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Use late summer flowering shrubs to keep the August and September yard colorful. Here I offer my top 10 (with photos), with access to in-depth info.

10 Herbal Remedies that are also Culinary Herbs

10 herbal remedies and culinary herbs to grow from the same plants

The Skinny Gourmet: Ten Mistakes New Herb Gardeners Make (and How to Avoid Them!)

The Skinny Gourmet: Ten Mistakes New Herb Gardeners Make (and How to Avoid Them!) Good to know for when I start my indoor herb garden

Know and Grow your own tea blends. Many of the herbs shown here are perennial.This photo is so pretty and informative. It's by Wildcraft Vita who shares instructions for blending these herbs into tasty teas.

Grow your own tea blends. Many of the herbs shown here are perennial.This photo is so pretty and informative. It's by Wildcraft Vita who shares instructions for blending these herbs into tasty teas.

peony and iris border - "Neighbors down the street have an old stone wall out by the road. A border of pink peonies and various shades of purple and lilac irises grow in front of it. What a glorious sight it is each year."  Wish I lived on this street... sigh

Peony and Iris border: Neighbors down the street have an old stone wall out by the road. A border of pink peonies and various shades of purple and lilac irises grows in front of it. What a glorious sight it is each year.

One purpose of soil is to support roots, Lima says―if you create another way to hold them up, you could even plant shrubs. Along a 40-foot wall, she built a 7-foot frame fronted by marine plywood and corrugated plastic (ridoutplastics.com). She stapled on two layers of synthetic Tuf-Felt (sutherlandfelt.com), cutting slits in the outer layer, then slipped in and stapled down 400 plants.

How to Plant a Lush Living Wall

How to Plant a Living Wall - Sunset See how to create your own vertical garden inspired by a living wall in Paris designed by Patrick Blanc. This planting includes ferns, bromelaids, coral bells, spider plants, and elephant ears.

Spirea Reeves 5Hx6W Hedge and Screen Shrubs - this is also called wedding veil bush and is absolutely beautiful! We have two that we totally neglect, but the bloom and look magical every year.

Spirea Reeves -Hedge and Screen Shrubs - this is also called wedding veil bush and is absolutely beautiful! Also called Bridal wreath?

Flower Bed Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel, and Decor

Landscape Ideas for Front of House: Coolest Landscape for Your Inspirations: Landscape Design Ideas for Front Yards H-eich - Flower Beds and Gardens

Stunning EverLast dianthus blooms all season long. More new perennials: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/new-perennials/?socsrc=bhgpin051613everlastdianthus

Must-Grow New Perennials for 2013

EverLast series features double dianthus in several colors: White, Burgundy Blush, Lavender, Lilac, and Orchid. Name: Dianthus EverLast Series Growing Conditions: Full sun Size: To 12 inches tall and 14 inches wide Zones: Grow It With: Lambs'-ears

Put a couple of pennies in the soil with your hydrangeas to turn them blue

Put a couple of pennies in the soil with your hydrangeas to turn them blue.I remember Mother using nails. Don't remember her ever getting the hydrangeas to turn blue.

Pruning Hydrangeas

Pruning Hydrangeas - Fine Gardening Article, includes nice video link, mentions Oakleaf Hydrangea pruning too.

Limelight hydrangea        Flowers of Limelight hydrangea vary from pastel green in cool climates to creamy white in the South, or as summer heat progresses. In autumn the trusses may turn pink. It makes a dense, deer-resistant screen and requires no special care.        Name: Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'        Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade; moist well-drained soil        Size: To 8 feet tall; 4-6 feet wide        Zones: 4-9        Read more about hydrangeas.

Best Flowering Shrubs for Hedges

Peegee Hydrangea Name: Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight' Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade; moist well-drained soil Size: To 8 feet tall; feet wide Zones: Possibly along back of the house?

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