Agapanthus ‘Navy Blue’, perennial, sun loving, cold hardy, container gardening, landscaping, gardening

Agapanthus 'Navy Blue' (syn. 'Midnight Star')

A pretty row of Armeria edges the path of the Coastal Garden - rock/gravel garden ideas

ground cover next to wood fence A pretty row of Armeria edges the path of the Coastal Garden - rock/gravel garden ideas

Russian Sage 'PEEK-A-BLUE':  Usually, Perovskia is tall and gangly with a tendency to flop over. Here is a more compact Russian Sage that grows to 28 inches tall and wide. Another deer-proof plant that blooms from midsummer into early fall.

Must-Grow New Perennials for 2013

RUSSIAN SAGE: "PEEK-A-BLUE" a shorter version that grows just over 2 feet tall. The lacy, silvery leaves look lovely with the lavender blue flowers. blooms from midsummer into early fall. and also attract hummingbirds.

Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' (Sulphureum Fairy Wings) dry shade, spreads 4-6" yearly

Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum'

Epimedium versicolor Sulphureum (Sulphureum Fairy Wings) : Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' is one of the older hybrids (Epimedium grandiflorum x Epimedium pinnatum ssp.

Cyclamen Hederifolium - for a shady area. What a gorgeous flower!

Cyclamen Hederifolium - for a shady area. My favorite winter flower in Houston. Comes in many vibrant colors.

Black mondo grass - fun fact, one of the plants used at the haunted mansion in Disneyland

Black Mondo Grass - Ophiopogon Planiscapus Nigrescens is unique since it is one of the few black leaved ornamental grasses in the world. Black Mondo Grass is stunning when planted in mass or as an accent plant in the flower garden. Black Mondo Grass is a

Zauschneria 'Mattole Select' also known as California Fuchsia is a good long blooming perennial with silver/green foliage, wants sun and gritty soil  Google Image Result for http://www.dancingoaks.com/shop/images/ZauschneriaMattoleSelect0909pr.JPG

Zauschneria 'Mattole Select' also known as California Fuchsia is a good long blooming perennial with silver/green foliage, wants sun and gritty soil

Fushia magellanica 'Isis'- Hardy fushia (Fushia Magellanica) (Shrub) / ATTRACTS: Hummingbirds. Plant where you can see from your favorite window. Extremely ornamental. Mulch heavily in Winter.

Fuchsia magellanica the first fuchsia from Chile and now there are so many varieties found around the world


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