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Kniphofia and Delphinium provide amazing contrast!

Kniphofia and Delphinium provide amazing contrast!

Fountaingrass  A beautiful, mounding plant, fountaingrass offers a beautiful shape -- as well as soft, feathery plumes that dance in the breeze.  Name: Pennisetum alopecuroides  Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil  Size: To 5 feet tall  Zones: 5-9  Plant This Grass Because: It offers a graceful, arching shape and beautiful plumes.

Fountaingrass A beautiful, mounding plant, fountaingrass offers a beautiful shape -- as well as soft, feathery plumes that dance in the breeze. Name: Pennisetum alopecuroides Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 5 feet tall Zones: 5-9 Plant This Grass Because: It offers a graceful, arching shape and beautiful plumes.

Helleborus/ Christmas rose. Very colorful for shade plants! Bloom in winter and early Spring. Frost-resistant and evergreen. The most popular hellebores for garden use are undoubtedly H. orientalis and its colourful hybrids (H. × hybridus).

Helleborus/ Christmas rose. Very colorful for shade plants! Bloom in winter and early Spring. Frost-resistant and evergreen. The most popular hellebores for garden use are undoubtedly H. orientalis and its colourful hybrids (H. × hybridus).

Pretty fence line. Floribunda roses, lavender, salvia, lady's mantle. click on the image.

Pretty fence line. Floribunda roses, lavender, salvia, lady's mantle. click on the image.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

Agapathus- Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy. They are fleshy-rooted plants that produce clumps of sword like foliage which dies back in winter to emerge again the following spring. Blooms lean toward the sun.

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