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Hardenbergia
Capsicum annuum
Salpioglossis, annual
Cobaea
Ipomea, annual
Verbena, annual
Buddleia
Daboecia
Osteospermum
Unknown plants
Loropetalum
Ranunculus
Ideas
Allium
Perennials 5
Annuals 2
Shrubs
Climbers 1
Shrubs 2
Annuals 1
Clematis 3
Clematis 2
Perennials 2
Clematis
Perennials 1

Hardenbergia

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Lilac vine - Inland Valley Garden Planner

The Lilac vine from Australia grows into a shrubby vine with woody and twining stems to 10-15 ft. long. Deep green leaves are long and lance-like in shape; showy clusters of intense purple pea-shaped flowers occur in late winter to early spring. The Lilac vine is a popular flowering evergreen vine choice for Inland Empire … Continue reading "Lilac vine"

Capsicum annuum

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Salpioglossis, annual

salpiglossis 'ultraviolet'

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Cobaea

Gardening 101: Cup-and-Saucer Vine - Gardenista

Cup-and-Saucer Vine, Cobaea scandens "An interesting and unusual plant which should find a place is Cobaea scandens, which sounds more attractive under its

Ipomea, annual

Ipomoea purpurea (common morning glory): tips and legends

Morning glories are decorative blooming vines that twine around fences, porch rails, and even other shrubs. Their prolific blooms announce the warmer weather of the summer months. It comes from subtropical South America and thus endures some cold; I...

Ipomoea ‘Sweet Georgia Deep Purple’

These ornamental sweet potatoes are fast growing, twining vines with palmately lobed leaves. Late in the season tubular, fairly large flowers appear which are similar to morning glories. Usually th…

Verbena, annual

Summer Flowering Plants

List of the best summer flowers: Summertime is the best time to garden as the summer blooming perennials are in full glory. Shop the best perennials that bloom all summer here at Plant Delights Nursery. Plants and Flowers that bloom all summer

Buddleia

Growing Butterfly Bushes - How To Plant & Grow This Big Blooming Shrub!

When it comes to attracting bees, birds and butterflies, nothing works better than growing butterfly bushes! See our top tips for planting and maintaining!

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Osteospermum

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Loropetalum

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Ideas

Purple and silver th... stock photo by Elke Borkowski, Image: 0186371

Purple and silver themed border of Stachys byzantina, Nepeta and Salvias. RHS ... Image:0186371 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography

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Allium

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Hayefield

Text and photos ©Nancy J. Ondra Purple foliage lends itself so well to high-contrast plant pairings that it seems almost a waste to try it in quieter combinations. In my garden, this usually happens only by accident: The purple foliage is there waiting for the bright flowers to do their thing, and it ends up…

Perennials 5

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Annuals 2

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Climbers 1

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Clematis 2

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Clematis

Clematis

Clematis are deciduous or evergreen shrubs or herbaceous perennials that add colour and height to any garden. They can be trained up fences, walls, pagodas and even against trees and shrubs. There are many varieties of clematis and if you pick the right one you can have them flowering all year round. Their flower forms are varied too with an abundance of colours to choose from.

Encyclopaedia - Clematis - Źródło Dobrych Pnączy

Bright purple red star-shaped flowers, 8-10 cm across, with a lighter central bar. Purple red anthers on creamy filaments. Blooms from June to August but only few flowers appear in July-August. It grows 1,2-1,8 m high and attaches itself to the support with leaf tendrils. Useful for growing on trellises, poles and other garden supports. It can climb up natural supports, e.g. deciduous and coniferous bushes or dwarf shrubs. Good for container growing.

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Lilac vine - Inland Valley Garden Planner

The Lilac vine from Australia grows into a shrubby vine with woody and twining stems to 10-15 ft. long. Deep green leaves are long and lance-like in shape; showy clusters of intense purple pea-shaped flowers occur in late winter to early spring. The Lilac vine is a popular flowering evergreen vine choice for Inland Empire … Continue reading "Lilac vine"

Blog - Rotary Botanical Gardens

Read our Rotary Botanical Gardens Horticulture Blog

Blog - Rotary Botanical Gardens

Read our Rotary Botanical Gardens Horticulture Blog

Ipomoea purpurea (common morning glory): tips and legends

Morning glories are decorative blooming vines that twine around fences, porch rails, and even other shrubs. Their prolific blooms announce the warmer weather of the summer months. It comes from subtropical South America and thus endures some cold; I...

Blog - Rotary Botanical Gardens

Read our Rotary Botanical Gardens Horticulture Blog

Clematis

Clematis are deciduous or evergreen shrubs or herbaceous perennials that add colour and height to any garden. They can be trained up fences, walls, pagodas and even against trees and shrubs. There are many varieties of clematis and if you pick the right one you can have them flowering all year round. Their flower forms are varied too with an abundance of colours to choose from.

salpiglossis 'ultraviolet'

Explore layniko's photos on Flickr. layniko has uploaded 1969 photos to Flickr.

Encyclopaedia - Clematis - Źródło Dobrych Pnączy

Bright purple red star-shaped flowers, 8-10 cm across, with a lighter central bar. Purple red anthers on creamy filaments. Blooms from June to August but only few flowers appear in July-August. It grows 1,2-1,8 m high and attaches itself to the support with leaf tendrils. Useful for growing on trellises, poles and other garden supports. It can climb up natural supports, e.g. deciduous and coniferous bushes or dwarf shrubs. Good for container growing.

Gardening 101: Cup-and-Saucer Vine - Gardenista

Cup-and-Saucer Vine, Cobaea scandens "An interesting and unusual plant which should find a place is Cobaea scandens, which sounds more attractive under its

Hesperis matronalis (Dame's Rocket): Minnesota Wildflowers

Photos and information about Minnesota flora - Dame's Rocket: clusters of 4-petaled pink, purple or white flowers ¾ to 1 inch across

Purple and silver th... stock photo by Elke Borkowski, Image: 0186371

Purple and silver themed border of Stachys byzantina, Nepeta and Salvias. RHS ... Image:0186371 - Stock photo from GAP Gardens, garden & plant photography

Gardening With What You Have

Improving your garden and how to do it

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Monrovia's Volcano® Purple With White Eye Garden Phlox details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Ipomoea ‘Sweet Georgia Deep Purple’

These ornamental sweet potatoes are fast growing, twining vines with palmately lobed leaves. Late in the season tubular, fairly large flowers appear which are similar to morning glories. Usually th…

Hayefield

Text and photos ©Nancy J. Ondra Purple foliage lends itself so well to high-contrast plant pairings that it seems almost a waste to try it in quieter combinations. In my garden, this usually happens only by accident: The purple foliage is there waiting for the bright flowers to do their thing, and it ends up…