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Rozanne cranesbill (Geranium x 'Rozanne'). Blooms from May through November and can easily cover an area 3 feet by 3 feet or be trimmed back partway through the season to keep it somewhat restrained.   USDA zones: 4 to 9  Average water requirement, but lower once established. Grows in full sun or partial shade. Mature size is 12" to 15" tall and spreads to 3 feet. Plant in spring or fall.

Rozanne cranesbill (Geranium x 'Rozanne'). Blooms from May through November and can easily cover an area 3 feet by 3 feet or be trimmed back partway through the season to keep it somewhat restrained. USDA zones: 4 to 9 Average water requirement, but lower once established. Grows in full sun or partial shade. Mature size is 12" to 15" tall and spreads to 3 feet. Plant in spring or fall.

Hartmut Rieger - Phlox: Powderpuff

Hartmut Rieger - Phlox: Powderpuff

Zone 5 Perennials Longest Blooms | Shimmer Mixed spiderwort seeds - 1.5 foot tall perennial with grassy ...

Zone 5 Perennials Longest Blooms | Shimmer Mixed spiderwort seeds - 1.5 foot tall perennial with grassy ...

Turtlehead ~ native of southeastern United States ~ it's ideal for that shady, wet spot in your garden where nothing else seems to grow ~ happiest in wetter conditions.

Turtlehead ~ native of southeastern United States ~ it's ideal for that shady, wet spot in your garden where nothing else seems to grow ~ happiest in wetter conditions.

Monrovia's Sunrosa™ Soft Pink Shrub Rose details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Monrovia's Sunrosa™ Soft Pink Shrub Rose details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Catnip (Nepata Cataria) - Edible parts: Young leaves can be eaten raw. Their mint-like flavour adds an aromatic flavouring in salads. Older leaves can be used as flavouring in cooked foods. Catnip leaves and flowers can be used fresh or dried to make a calming herbal tea. If making tea, it should be infused in a closed container in order to preserve the essential oils. Seeds and roots can also be used.

Catnip (Nepata Cataria) - Edible parts: Young leaves can be eaten raw. Their mint-like flavour adds an aromatic flavouring in salads. Older leaves can be used as flavouring in cooked foods. Catnip leaves and flowers can be used fresh or dried to make a calming herbal tea. If making tea, it should be infused in a closed container in order to preserve the essential oils. Seeds and roots can also be used.

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