Three Dogs in a Garden
There is a little bit of irony in the history of Echinacea. For one thing, it took Europeans to exploit the star potential of this North American native flower. The Germans began to make improvements on the species Echinacea purpurea in the 1960's. The flower's popularity continued to grow on through the 80's and the 90's. Then in 1989, Echinacea purpurea 'Mangus' was named Perennial Plant of the Year from the Perennial Plant Association and Echinacea became even more fashionable. Excitement…
Quão difícil é resumir em um único post material que dá pra escrever um livro? Muito provavelmente um Sedum dasyphyllum var.? "A natureza odeia espaços vazios, quando eles aparecem ela os preenche o mais rápido possível, nosso olhar muitas vezes entra em desacordo com suas escolhas, coitadas das ervinhas, cantos, buracos, fendas, espaços entre rochas, encostas... nada se salva. A solução é dar um salto a frente e colocar nesses espaços plantas que sejam mais atrativas, seja pela beleza das…
Sedum Sunsparkler Cherry Tart from Santa Rosa Gardens - Stonecrop
Sedum Sunsparkler Cherry Tart. Discover the beautiful perennials and graceful grasses grown by Santa Rosa Gardens. Plants and garden accessories available for mail-order throughout the United States.
‘High-breds’ or wanting weeds? What is a weed? A plant whose virtues have not yet been discovered.. RALPH WALDO EMERSON Gerhard Marx email@example.com I have much appreciation for people who enjoy Haworthia hybrids. It reveals the fact that they have a true admiration for the beauty of each individual plant. Our friends in the East seem to have a superior inherent ability for such focused visual appreciation. They appear to look through unspoilt eyes that had been educated to appreciate…
Sedum Angelina -- Bluestone Perennials
A new and exciting Sedum introduction with golden yellow, evergreen, needle-like leaves that are tipped in red/orange come fall. Yellow flowers in early summer provide a nice accent for perennials with darker foilage. Positively glows. Excellent plant for containers or cascading over rock walls. Sedum Angelina is perfect for troughs, stone walls, live roofs or a massed groundcover as it gently drapes over edges.