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Calibrachoa:  Good cool season trailing plant;  Available in many colors;  Plant in October, lasts through May;  Can easily be trimmed back if it gets too big;  No cold protection needed

Available in many colors; Plant in October, lasts through May; Can easily be trimmed back if it gets too big; No cold protection needed

Coreopsis Moonbeam - Coreopsis spread slowly but surely and can be used in a naturalized planting on a sunny bank or in the traditional border. Coreopsis Moonbeam is lovely paired with Echinacea or Campanula. Road salt tolerant. - See more at: https://www.bluestoneperennials.com/COMO.html#sthash.c7BZ1MIe.dpuf

Coreopsis Moonbeam (Threadleaf Coreopsis, Tickseed)

Coreopsis moonbeam Pale yellow, One of the best. Flowers long and profusely light yellow flowers, 18 tall. It is up in big garage garden, by delphinium.

My favorite flowers for a cutting garden!  Easy to start, blooms all season long, great for cutting and filling your garden with color! Dahlia, zinnia, sunflower, daisy, and other hardy, low-maintenance plants with LOTS of flowers.

Best flowers for all-summer color! LOTS of blooms, great for cutting, easy to start!

My favorite flowers for a cutting garden! Easy to start blooms all season long great for cutting and filling your garden with color! Dahlia zinnia sunflower daisy and other hardy low-maintenance plants with LOTS of flowers.

Coleus

This beauty is another variety of coleus. Sun-tolerant coleus with patterned veins is easy to grow. It is an annual foliage plant that thrives in warm weather with moist soil conditions.

Garden Fence Ideas

10+ Garden Fence Ideas That Truly Creative, Inspiring, and Low-cost

Such a beautiful garden gate! Raised Bed Vegetable & Herbs Garden Fenced Gate, stone pebble walkway, protection from pest animals, fruit trees at rear

Ipomoea+microdactyla. Florida Native Plant.

Man-in-the-ground (Ipomoea microdactyla), fantastically beautiful morning glory for southernmost Florida. From Florida Native Plant Society ~I found this growing wild in a field and dug some up for my yard, but it's not looking so hot.

13.8.2017

13.8.2017

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