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Great Design Plant: Wild Bergamot
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
it will grow: Hardy to -50 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2a to 8b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, meadows and savannas;
it will grow: Hardy to -50 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2a to 8b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, meadows and savannas;
drought tolerantSeasonal interest: Flowers from July until SeptemberWhen to plant: Spring or fall
Great Design Plant: Anise Hyssop - A Treat for Black Licorice Lovers
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
Great Design Plant: Anise Hyssop - A Treat for Black Licorice Lovers
it will grow: Hardy to -55 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 1b to 6b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, mountain slopes
Where it will grow: Hardy to -55 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 1b to 6b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges, mountain slopes
ht requirement: Full sun to partial sunShown: A cluster of anise hyssop plants growing in a prairie remnant in southern Minnesota
Lobularia maritima (Sweet alyssum)
When to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.
Full to part sun - all zones - plant in fall
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones can
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones can plant alyssum Water requirements: Average water needs, but do not overwater
Botanical name: Lobularia maritima Common name: Sweet alyssum USDA zones: All zones
Botanical name: Lobularia maritimaCommon name: Sweet alyssumUSDA zones: All zones can plant alyssumWater requirements: Average water needs, but do not ov
blooming in cooler climatesWhen to plant: If you live in a warm climate, plant in fall or winter; cooler climates, plant in spring.Photo courtesy of Wikimedia
Great Design Plant: Native Passionvine or Maypop
Ginny Stibolt
Great Design Plant: Native Passionvine or Maypop
it will grow: Hardy to -15 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7a to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Open hammocks, fencerows, roadsides and
it will grow: Hardy to -15 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 7a to 10b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Open hammocks, fencerows, roadsides and
20 feet or more in a season; the plant dies back to the ground each winter in most of its range, but in frost-free zones it grows continuouslyBenefits and
is their larval host plant; the fruit is edibleWhen to plant: Plant seeds in late fall, but plants or seedlings do best when planted in the early spring
Meadow blazingstar
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 7; find your zone); best planted if native to your area Water requirement: Medium to wet
Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 7; find your zone); best planted if native to your areaWater requirement: Medium to wet
native-plant nurseries that specialize in attracting and providing for wildlife. You'll certainly be doing yourself a favor if you find plants native to
seclusion or surprise, a textured landscape with various plants and flowers. Use native plants to support the local food chain of insects and birds, and
awareness for wildlife, you’ll start to see which insects prefer which nectar plants. I quickly learned that of the 200-plus species in my garden, Liatris l
Butterfly Milkweed
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edgesf
it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 10b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edges
it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 10b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Oak savannas, prairies and woodland edges
Smooth Beardtongue
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 9a; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges and field margins
it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3a to 9a; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Prairies, woodland edges and field marginsWater
glossy green foliage that remains attractive into the summer monthsWhen to plant: Spring or fall
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can be located in Zone Three and in this area too, consider any irrigation systems that may need to be used for Zone Three plantings.
Great Design Plant: New England Aster Ushers in Fall
Holm Design & Consulting LLC
Great Design Plant: New England Aster Ushers in Fall
it will grow: Hardy to -45 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 8b; find your zone) Typical plant communities: Prairies, meadows, savannas, riparian and
it will grow: Hardy to -45 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 2b to 8b; find your zone)Typical plant communities: Prairies, meadows, savannas, riparian and
Eupatorium perfoliatum
Where it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 8; find your zone); best planted if native to your area Water requirement: Moist to medium
it will grow: Hardy to -40 degrees Fahrenheit (USDA zones 3 to 8; find your zone); best planted if native to your areaWater requirement: Moist to medium
small yellow flowers during spring before most others are floweringWhen to plant: Spring to fall; seed in fall or winterPhoto by SB Johnny
Portola Valley Estate
Suzman Design Associates
What is the name of the purple flowered plant?
where hydrozones (watering zones) make the most sense. For example, a south-facing slope is an ideal place to group plants that prefer good drainage and
water requirements. A low-lying area that stays damp can be a separate zone for plants with moderate and higher water needs.
where hydrozones (watering zones) make the most sense. For example, a south-facing slope is an ideal place to group plants that prefer good drainage and
water requirements. A low-lying area that stays damp can be a separate zone for plants with moderate and higher water needs.
landscaping plants, like catmint, echium and wisteria.
Plant Mediterranean natives. Fall weather provides the perfect planting conditions for plants from
Kitsilano Front Garden
CYAN Horticulture
in Kitsilano, Vancouver, was replaced by a relax yet studied meadow-like planting of perennials, grasses and evergreen shrubs. Dave Demers
What are the plants used? Frothy and soft textures are so appealing.
Plant more grasses. Stop planting by hardiness zone and plant by ecological zone.
Plant more grasses. If you have a bed or border filled to the brim with mostly flowering perennials and annuals, you may be missing out on the wildlife
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