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DC Tropics: Winter doldrums

DC Tropics: Winter doldrums

Dwarf Japanese Cedar (Cryptomeria japonica 'Globosa Nana'). A superb selection that retains a neat, dense mound with little care. Enjoy as a single specimen or group as a filler. Fine-textured foliage breaks up the bold effects of large-leaved plants. Foliage becomes rusty red in winter. Evergreen. Slowly forms a dense dome 2 to 3 ft. tall, slightly wider; 4 to 8 ft. tall with age.

A superb selection that retains a natural, dense, dome shape with little care. The finely textured foliage breaks up the bold effects of large leaved plants. Foliage becomes rusty red in winter. Enjoy as a single specimen or group as a filler.

Begonia pedatifida

Begonia grandis , white-flowered form Many gardeners are familiar with Begonia grandis (a. discolor , B. evansiana , B.

Begonia formosana

Beyond Begonia grandis: new hardy begonias

Anemone hybrida 'Whirlwind'

Anemone hybrida 'Whirlwind'

Seemannia and other flowers blooming in my garden today.  Garden Bloggers Bloom Day: September 2014

Seemannia hybrid Bit by bit, the garden is recovering from a brutal winter.

DC Tropics: Beyond Begonia grandis: new hardy begonias

Begonia grandis , white-flowered form Many gardeners are familiar with Begonia grandis (a. discolor , B. evansiana , B.

Unique and unexpected use for old rain boots to hold flowers

Unique and Unexpected Ways to Display Flowers -

Try nailing your kids outgrown rubber rain boots to your wooden fence, then plant with some hearty marigolds or other colorful flowers. As if rain boots weren't cute enough on their own!

Bellevue Botanical Garden is a great place to spend a sunny afternoon.

Bellevue Botanical Garden is a great place to spend a sunny afternoon.

frost covered plants - from the book 'Winter Garden: Create a Garden that Shines Through the Forgotten Season' by Val Bourne

25 FLOWERS THAT MAKE AWESOME HANGING BASKETS

Winter Interest Plantings - most ornamental and native grasses dry beautifully in the winter, and many perennials yield stately seedheads that look stunning in the snow.

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