Crocosmia, dig up before winter
Lobelia,dig up before winter
Haemanthus=red blood lily
Dahlia ’Arabian night’
Dahlias,dig up before winter
Hummingbird Mint - Awesome Agastache - Rotary Botanical Gardens
I’ve long admired the hummingbird mints (Agastache sp.) for their colorful and long lasting blooms throughout the summer. Directly above and below is the variety Kudos™ ‘Coral’ (z5) and further below is a wide array of these fun plants ideally suited for the drier, full sun garden. I haven’t included many of the blue selections … Continue reading "Hummingbird Mint – Awesome Agastache"
Deep crimson. Knautia Macedonica is a striking plant, producing a mass of pin cushion like flowers over the summer months. This excellent hardy perennial is attractive to pollinators with its nectar rich flowers. Ideal for the herbaceous border or prairie style plantings. Sold in 9 cm pot (P.9)
13 Terrific Midwest Native Plants
These plants and flowers call the Midwest their home. Learn how to add these native beauties to your garden with planting and growing advice from HGTV Gardens.
Papaver Turkenlouis -- Bluestone Perennials
Color, texture and contrast! Satiny, deeply-fringed, red-orange petals glow with striking color. Dark purple stamens surround the velvety black seed capsule center. Itâs no wonder Poppies are favorite subjects for artists. The foliage of Oriental Poppies forms a clump that persists over winter in small tufts. The fascinating attractive seedpods will add a nice touch to dried arrangements. The blossoms are a favorite for butterflies, hummingbirds and bees.
Poppy 'Danish Flag' - Papaver somniferum seeds
<div style="float: left; padding: 0px 5px 5px 5px;"><img src="/Images/circa1886.png"/></div>In gardens of Elizabethan times, opium poppies were found in many different colors and forms, many of great beauty, such as this single variety with scarlet petals fringed at the tips with a cross of pure white. The overlong name given at that time, "John Silver-pin, fair without and foul within," refers to its unpleasant aroma when smelled up close. Variety 'Danebrog' was described in an 1886 catalog…
Once in a while a kitchen experiment comes out so scrumptious it makes all of the flops worth it. And when the experiment turns out to be healthy too, seriously... you just have to blog about it. Y'all have got to try this! It's even kid and husband approved. Except that one kid. But I have enough kids, we're still at pretty good odds here! ;) And plus, that one kid was determined to be grumpy today anyways. Ha! Here you are: super normal ingredients and easy to make. Perfect for these…