Val Williams
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'The Vagabond’ Best for Long flowering The gorgeous cobalt blue of these very large flowers really stood out in the trial, and they still looked lovely even when they faded to a more washed-out pinky blue. The sheer flower power was also outstanding; at their peak the plants were almost completely cloaked in vibrant blooms. Bushy plants which didn’t attempt a getaway and silky, spidery seed heads also added to their charm. This was a fabulous plant from all angles. H x S 120cm x 70cm (47in…

'The Vagabond’ Best for Long flowering The gorgeous cobalt blue of these very large flowers really stood out in the trial, and they still looked lovely even when they faded to a more washed-out pinky blue. The sheer flower power was also outstanding;

Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta - Large green leaves with chartreuse margins adorn the Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta, which is a sport of August Moon Hosta. Great for shady borders as well as container plants. Hosta are easy to grow and add a burst of color to shady spots! Thsi variety is more sun tolerant than a lot of other Hosta varieties.

Large green leaves with chartreuse margins adorn the Abiqua Moonbeam Hosta, which is a sport of August Moon Hosta. Great for shady borders as well as container plants. Hosta are easy to grow and add a burst of color to shady spots! Thsi variety is more su

Repels mosquitoes...

Red Creeping Thyme - grows 3 inches tall so very neat, no mowing needed, beautiful fresh lemony scent, perennial. repels mosquitoes, can grow as entire lawn.

Stepables Top 10 plants, a grassy replacement for walkways and small areas - soft and cool to the touch, and the more they get stepped on, the more they thrive!

plat stepbales in walk way. Stepables Top 10 plants, a grassy replacement for walkways and small areas - soft and cool to the touch, and the more they get stepped on, the more they thrive!

I love planters. They're like moveable micro gardens. We can put them wherever we feel like a hit of green - and the best part is - they're easily relocated and we get to switch them up on a whim. The front door is a natural place to think of urns but don't neglect pool side, the deck and the dock. Think outside the box (or the planter as the case may be). Long grasses, palms, boxwood, rubber tree, banana leaf, ferns. Spring plantings like daffodils and tulips, while always so exciting as we…

Horsetail grass in modern planters.Fabulous idea for a privacy screen. a little like bamboo!