Less rain means less water for drinking and ... magenta-flowered hummingbird sage (Salvia spathacea) and purple pom-pom-bloomed Cleveland sage (Salvia clevelandii) are so fragrant that just ...
I am guilty of planting annual flowers too early then watching them “melt” when rain and cold weather ... First plant “Rockin’ Deep Purple” Salvia in the back of a bed, then “Diamond ...
Purple coneflowers grow up to 5 feet tall, but many cultivars only reach half that height, so read labels carefully. Tall perennials need a little extra care. Wind, rain or even the flower's own ...
When the rain stops falling and you don't want that ... Coneflowers attract bees, lots of bees, which are drawn to the flower’s purple color. 2. Catmint. This is another perennial that is ...
Choosing red as a main color might mean massing tulips in early spring, with summer-blooming shrub fuchsia and plumleaf azalea, and a front-walk border of annual red salvia. To accent with white ...
While native plants have become increasingly welcomed at Waukesha gardener Dee Selby’s yard over the past few years, her nonnative purple iris maintains its constant maternal presence.
When the rain stops falling and you don't want that ... Coneflowers attract bees, lots of bees, which are drawn to the flower for its purple color. It it blooms for mid summer to fall providing ...
Salvia grows in just about every climate imaginable. They bloom in red, blue, pink, purple or white ... like wind and rain. They prefer full sun to light shade, and they grow in zones 4 to ...