Aloe haworthioides - Haworthia-leaved Aloe. Scientific Name Aloe haworthioides Baker Common Names Haworthia-leaved Aloe Synonyms.
Heuchera Georgia Peach. Pronunciation: hew-ker-uh/ hew'ker-el-uh Panicles of pendant, bell-shaped flowers appear to float above the ground on long, thin stems.
In shades of pink, red, white, green, and purple, the flowers are beloved of hummingbirds and lovely in arrangements. Many varieties are grown mainly for their foliage; recent hybridizing efforts have expanded the available leaf colors from shades of green to silver, chartreuse, orange, and nearly black. We include x Heucherella here, which is a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we are limiting fall shipping of Heuchera and × Heucherella to Zones 6–9. Cotinus coggygria 'Ancot'
Photo/Illustration: Courtesy of Red Butte Garden and Arboretum (Cotinus coggygria 'Ancot') koe-TY-nus koe-GIG-ree-ah Synonyms: 'Golden Spirit'
Rosa 'Frau Dagmar Hastrup' Hedgehog rose (Rosa 'Frau Dagmar Hastrup') Synonyms: R. 'Fru Dagmar Hartropp' This choice rose has single, gently cupped light-pink flowers that exude an intense, clove-scented perfume.
Hakonechloa macra Aureola. Most varieties of ornamental grasses grow well in full sun and average garden soil.
Keep their foliage for winter effect, cutting back all except the evergreen varieties (Festuca) before new growth emerges in the spring. Refresh Festucas by "raking" out the dried and dead leaves with gloved fingers. Two varieties thrive in part or even full shade, expanding the possibilities for Grasses in the garden. Hakonechloa is suitable in part shade and Carex (Sedge) thrives in part to full shade. Both need soil that stays evenly moist. Transplant and divide in spring. Fertilize ornamental grasses in spring with a balanced fertilizer. Ornamental Grasses appear to be quite deer-resistant. Heucherella Alabama Sunrise. Pronunciation: hew-ker-uh/ hew'ker-el-uh Panicles of pendant, bell-shaped flowers appear to float above the ground on long, thin stems.
In shades of pink, red, white, green, and purple, the flowers are beloved of hummingbirds and lovely in arrangements. Many varieties are grown mainly for their foliage; recent hybridizing efforts have expanded the available leaf colors from shades of green to silver, chartreuse, orange, and nearly black. We include x Heucherella here, which is a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we are limiting fall shipping of Heuchera and × Heucherella to Zones 6–9. Light/Watering: These compact plants flower well in full sun to part shade in the North, but need at least afternoon shade in warmer climates. Fertilizer/Soil and pH: Fertile soils rich with organic matter will keep these plants at their best, but good drainage is essential, especially in winter. Great Plant Picks. Enkianthus perulatus. White enkianthus (Enkianthus perulatus) en-kee-AN-thus pair-oo-LAY-tus This is perhaps the most refined Enkianthus, bearing dainty, white pendulous bells in May.
It forms an elegant, rounded shrub to 6 feet with gracefully tiered branches and produces brilliant scarlet color in autumn. Anise 'Florida Sunshine' for the Woodland Garden - Deb's Garden - Deb's Garden Blog. Earlier this week I planted Illicium parviflorum 'Florida Sunshine' in the woodland garden.
It is a relatively rare form of anise with chartreuse gold foliage, and the leave color intensifies in the fall to provide the ultimate glow in the garden. Anise is a dependable broadleaf evergreen shrub. Upright to pyramidal in shape, 'Florida Sunshine' should grow 6 to 8 feet tall by 4 to 6 feet wide. Its golden leaves distinguish it from other types of anise. The foliage is gorgeous throughout the year, but it especially shines on dreary winter days. Mississippi State University Extension Service. By Norman Winter MSU Horticulturist Central Mississippi Research & Extension Center If someone told me I could only grow one plant, I would probably choose several night blooming jasmine, but not because of their beauty.
It is their fragrance that makes them a must-have in every landscape. Hosta 'Blueberry Waffles' from The Hosta Helper - Presented by PlantsGalore.Com. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Chapel View™ Japanese Cedar. Plant Introductions, Inc. Plants. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Daybreak Barberry. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Pink Frost Florida Anise Tree. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. BananAppeal Small Anise Tree. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Purple Sunset™ Pomegranate. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Spring Lace Viburnum.
Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Opening Day™ Doublefile Viburnum. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Endless Summer® Twist-n-Shout® Bigleaf Hydrangea. Lagerstroemia, Plant Introductions, Inc. Loropetalum chinense and var. rubrum Checklist. Plant Introductions, Inc. Plants. Astilbe 'Vision in Red' - Selected Perennials - The Plants - Plantsman's Corner. Actaea racemosa at Digging Dog Nursery. Actaea Black Snakeroot A botanical ‘Renaissance Man’, Actaea is at home in an informal garden, a refined border or in an arrangement for opening night at the Met.
Their ambrosial perfume ﬂoats through the air as they brighten their surroundings. Actaea is happiest in moist, humus-enriched soil and bright shade; otherwise it’s carefree and low maintenance. Actaea racemosa. INNER GARDENS / Nursery Reference. INNER GARDENS / Nursery Reference. Pieris japonica. American Beauties. Dutchman's Pipe Quickly provide dense cover for sun porchesUnusual yellow flowers bloom in May and JuneCan be used to quickly screen an area from viewGrows well in moist soilHost plant for pipevine swallowtail butterfly Characteristics of Aristolochia macrophylla: Habitat Collection:ButterflyExposure:SunFiltered ShadeSoil Moisture Preference:AverageMoist but well-drainedMoistSoil:Humus-richWell-drainedWide soil toleranceBloom Time:Late Spring / Early SummerSummerNative Habitat:ForestRiparian, wetlandUses:Climbing, trailingHedge, screenAttracts Wildlife:ButterfliesSongbirdsFoliage Color:GreenDark GreenPlan Main Group:Trees and ShrubsPlan Sub Group:VinesNative to:AlabamaConnecticutGeorgiaKentuckyMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganNew JerseyNew YorkNorth CarolinaPennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaTennesseeVermontVirginiaWest VirginiaAlaska Description:
Bluestone Perennials. Schizophragma Rose Sensation. Hydrangea serrata Blue Billow. Pronunciation: hye-dran'jee-uh This variable group is beloved for its delicate clusters of papery flowers, borne between July and September depending on the variety. Some types are shrubby while others are more treelike; all bring a stately, old-fashioned feel to the landscape. Most grow quite quickly under good culture, and are long-lived. Most Hydrangea macrophylla flowers on old wood, and so must carry its flower buds through the winter. Early or late freezes may damage flower buds, and these buds also have a low survival rate in colder climates. Climbing Hydrangea (H. anomala petiolaris) will grow and flower even in a northern exposure.
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Kindness is a birdbath Sometimes fresh, clean water is hard for a bird to find. You can make a bird's day simply by offering a drink and a bath. Parent birds will often bring their babies to the bath after they fledge and show them where it is. Like the baby robin getting its first bath. Ceramic Outdoor Birdbath Fountain - "Feather Spray" Bird Baths Fountains - DIY 1 of 4. Hudson fountain cistern. I placed this 19th century American cast iron fountain in a client’s existing terrace pool 6 years ago.
Last fall, she was ready for a change. A rectangular pool much larger than the original circular pool was installed, and a steel surround was built to finish that new pool. The overgrown boxwood was removed, and additional stone was added to the terrace. A picture frame opening was left in the stone, and planted this spring with isotoma fluvialitis. The steel surround was painted in much the same color as the original fountain. Working with color outdoors is challenging. A darker brown-black coat was applied over the blue, to tone it down. I sanded the entire surface of the fountain at this point, to bring some of the blue back up, remove some of the black, and expose some of the cream-white of the original color.
The sanded version has a lot of contrast-more contrast than what I wanted. The sanding brought color contrast to the surface. Over the gray wash, a darker, gray/brown wash. Bigleaf Magnolia. The Bigleaf Magnolia is a medium-size deciduous tree notable for its very large leaves and flowers. The giant leaves can grow up to 30 inches long and the flowers can be a foot wide. Such large sizes definitely make an impact, and a mature specimen is sure to command attention. Rebecca Clematis (Rebecca) at Wayside Gardens. Berms in landscaping design. Heritage Landscape Design – Quad Cities Landscape Design. Inthn. Korean Stewartia Tree. Vitex agnus-castus. Black Knight Butterfly Bush - Buddleia for Sale - Brighter Blooms Nursery. 'Amagi shigure' Acer palmatum (Acer palmatum Amagi Shigure) at Wayside Gardens. Illicium henryi. PlantFiles Pictures: Florida Anise, Red Magnolia 'Shady Lady' (Illicium floridanum) by davidmacmanus.
Vitex agnus-castus Shoal Creek Forestfarm. Grace smoke tree. Illicium simonsii < QuarryHill Botanical Garden. By William A. McNamara. Next Generation Pistachio Hydrangea (Hydrangea Next Generation Pistachio) at Wayside Gardens. A Tradition of Distinction Since its founding in 1920, Wayside Gardens has brought the rarest and highest-quality plants to the garden market. Wayside was founded in 1920 by two acclaimed growers who came together to pursue their shared vision of marketing all high-end plants for the serious garden enthusiast. Originally located in Mentor, Ohio, Wayside Gardens swiftly grew a reputation for the highest-quality plants and the most sophisticated clientele.
In 1975, Wayside was purchased by the Park Seed Company, and moved to Hodges, SC. The company has flourished since then, growing to become an undisputed leader in rare and unique plant growing. Unparalleled Selection. Evening Light Japanese Snowbell (Styrax japonicus Evening Light) at Wayside Gardens. Plant Profile for Sanguisorba officinalis ‘Tanna’ - Great Burnet Perennial. Purple Smoke Tree for Sale. Euphorbia marginata 'Summer Icicle' (from seed) Royal Velours Clematis (Clematis viticella Royal Velours) at Wayside Gardens.
Princess Diana Clematis (Clematis texensis Princess Diana) at Wayside Gardens. Sanguisorba officinalis at Digging Dog Nursery. Royal purple smoke tree. Chaste Tree Is Pure Delight. Perennial Results: Plant View - Amsonia hubrichtii. What's in Bloom Archives - Summer. Tall Bellflower. Tussock Bellflower. Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Moudry' Perennial Results: Plant View - Schizachyrium scoparium. Chinese Purple prarie grass. Andropogon gerardii 'Indian Warrior' or 'turkeys foot' PP24999/ to 6'; upright / green➡️to purrple (fall) Perennial Results: Plant View - Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet'