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Beautiful Combos!  Liatris, black eyed susan, Joe Pye weed, russian sage, white phlox, red bee balm, variegated grass by "triciaf" on RMS

Things I don't have in this are: joepye weed, Russian sage, white phlox, red bee balm and variegated grass a


Itty Bitty things

Find Art and Art & Flea is upon us! We’ll have mini apothecary bottles, various airplants, and this handpainted/handbound book (a limited edition).



Create Repetition  Create drama and interest in your garden by planting spots of your favorite color. The recurring color will draw the eye through your landscape and give your yard a cohesive feel. Here, for example, clumps of bright red salvia pull attention from the front of the garden to the back.

Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden

If only I had a green thumb and could make our yard look like this! Master the Art of Using Color in the Garden. Create a bold, dramatic landscape with these tips for designing with colorful flowers and foliage.


FERN - Mother Nature is incredibly beautiful. Just look at this fern. This is a Fibonacci spiral, or ratios if you've heard about them. The pattern is throughout nature.

Plants That Flower in Winter: There's no need to wait till spring for outdoor flowers: grow a few of these winter-blooming perennials and shrubs in your backyard.

Plants That Flower in Winter

Some mahonias — leatherleaf mahonia (Mahonia bealei) and selected cultivars of M. x media — bloom in winter; these shrubs are hardy in USDA Zones to A close relative, Oregon grape holly (M. aquifolium) flowers in early spring and is hardy to USDA

cool plant tree

Good article on Coleus including care, how to take cuttings in the fall and grow indoors over the winter, shaping (love the coleus Tree!