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Variegated Liriope - The most popular ground cover for landscape use in the South. The three most popular species grown in the Southeast are L. muscari (clumping), L. gigantea (giant) and L. spicata (spreading). - Getting the Most From Your Liriope Ground Cover eNewsletter

Getting the Most From Your Liriope Ground Cover

Ground covers continue to be popular landscape plants in the Southeastern United States. The most popular ground cover for landscape use in the South is liriope. The three most popular liriope species grown in the Southeast are L. muscari (clumping), L. gigantea (giant) and L. spicata (spreading). One question that is frequently raised is “how do you pronounce liriope?” Well, horticulturists that sell liriope say “li-ry-o-pee” is an expensive plant and “leer-ee-ope” is a cheap plant…

Garden path, Bide-A-Wee Cottage Garden, Northumberland, UK / curved pathway / ferns / bridge /

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Garden path winding through a mature garden. Photographed in the Bide-A-Wee Cottage Garden, in Northumberland, UK.

blue forget-me-not garden path along flagstone in the shade

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Amelanchier lamarckii - June Berry - Tree Shrub - Majestic Trees

Amelanchier lamarckii - Trees & Shrubs - Majestic Website

Amelanchier lamarckii - Trees & Shrubs Deciduous. A versatile small sized tree with a softly arching, sometimes spreading habit.

Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign' lungwort. Shade to part shade, green all year and flowers in spring, generally pest free

Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign' - lungwort

Buy Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign' lungwort: Bright blue flowers

Better Together: "Screaming Yellow" Baptisias, "Susanna Mitchell" marguerite (Anthemis)

Better Together: Baptisias

Until this year, baptisias (Baptisia), also known as false indigos, wouldn’t have made it onto my list of favorite perennials. They bloom only in late spring, and once they’re done, that’s pretty much it: the foliage isn’t all that exciting during the rest of the year. They’re bulky, too, hogging several square feet of prime garden space through the rest of the growing season. After enjoying every minute of their bloom season this past month, though, I have to say that I now wouldn’t be…

ASPLENIUM SCOLOPENDRIUM Harts tongue fern' a native evergreen. Glossy green strap like leathery undivided fronds reaching 30cm. Excellent in dappled or full shade. Prefers to be away from cutting winds. 2014

Buy Asplenium scolopendrium 2L

This fern is a native evergreen which produces glossy, green strap like leathery undivided fronds.

Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise'

Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise' - Dorset Perennials

Bee Friendly Potsize - 1L Anthemis tinctoria 'Sauce Hollandaise'. Late summer sees this perennial smothered in pale cream daisies with rich yellow centres Attractive evergreen ferny foliage. Paler than EC Buxton with greyer foliage and a slightly more open habit. Plant in sun. Cut back after flowering Discount of 25p per plant for quantities of 3 or over Links Anthemis Compared Anthemis in the Garden Botanical Style Photographs