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Learn about the various types of annual wildflowers and how to successfully grow them with this gardening guide.

Learn about the various types of annual wildflowers and how to successfully grow them with this gardening guide.

Atlas Cedar Cedrus Atlantica Type: Evergreen Conifer Exposure: Full Sun Water: Regular  The Atlas in Atlas Cedar refers to the Atlas mountains in Northern Africa which is where todays plant originates. Growing to an ultimate height of 50ft (15m) with a spread of about half that the Atlas Cedar is often chosen for a specimen tree in larger landscape situations. Its prized for its colorful foliage which can run from green through silvery blue to blue; the bluer cultivars are labelled Glauca…

Atlas Cedar Cedrus Atlantica Type: Evergreen Conifer Exposure: Full Sun Water: Regular The Atlas in Atlas Cedar refers to the Atlas mountains in Northern Africa which is where todays plant originates. Growing to an ultimate height of 50ft (15m) with a spread of about half that the Atlas Cedar is often chosen for a specimen tree in larger landscape situations. Its prized for its colorful foliage which can run from green through silvery blue to blue; the bluer cultivars are labelled Glauca…

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Name this #flower! This flower blooms in spring & prefers living near trees! #gardening #landscape #landscaping #shrub #flowers #flowerstagram #flowersofinstagram #thursday #trivia #contest #name #namethatflower #product #plants #gardens #gardenparty #beautiful #beauty #red #pink #petals #petal #gorgeous #southern

Betty Magnolia : Deciduous shrub or small tree; 10 ft. height with 8 ft. spread; attractive accent for the smaller landscape or garden; upright, rounded form; large purple-red flowers with white interior open prior to the glossy green foliage; sun or partial shade; prefers loamy, moist, well-drained, acidic soil.

Betty Magnolia : Deciduous shrub or small tree; 10 ft. height with 8 ft. spread; attractive accent for the smaller landscape or garden; upright, rounded form; large purple-red flowers with white interior open prior to the glossy green foliage; sun or partial shade; prefers loamy, moist, well-drained, acidic soil.

Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' (Dwarf fountain grass) - Grass - Zones 5-9, Height 2 ft. This petite, compact cultivar is a landscape favorite, especially for those small garden areas! Tidy tufts of foliage are topped in late summer with fuzzy cream-colored blooms. A trouble-free and reliable garden plant. Dwarf fountaingrass prefers full sun in evenly moist, well-drained soils, but will adapt to poor soils with occasional drought.

Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Hameln' (Dwarf fountain grass) - Grass - Zones 5-9, Height 2 ft. This petite, compact cultivar is a landscape favorite, especially for those small garden areas! Tidy tufts of foliage are topped in late summer with fuzzy cream-colored blooms. A trouble-free and reliable garden plant. Dwarf fountaingrass prefers full sun in evenly moist, well-drained soils, but will adapt to poor soils with occasional drought.

Donkeytail Spurge Euphorbia myrsinites Type: Succulent Evergreen Perennial Exposure: Sun Water: Drought Tolerant  This interesting little plant features slightly fleshy bluish-green spiraling leaves lining sprawling curving stems. These stems will sprawl to about 14in (35cm) long each ending in chartreuse flower clusters that last through the spring months each getting about 4in (10cm) across. This plant prefers hot dry situations and may self-sow to the point of being invasive in these…

Donkeytail Spurge Euphorbia myrsinites Type: Succulent Evergreen Perennial Exposure: Sun Water: Drought Tolerant This interesting little plant features slightly fleshy bluish-green spiraling leaves lining sprawling curving stems. These stems will sprawl to about 14in (35cm) long each ending in chartreuse flower clusters that last through the spring months each getting about 4in (10cm) across. This plant prefers hot dry situations and may self-sow to the point of being invasive in these…

(Isolepis cernua) Grassy, threadlike stems are topped nearly all year with tiny brown flowers that give the plant its fiber-optic appearance. It grows 6 to 10 inches tall and prefers partial shade.

(Isolepis cernua) Grassy, threadlike stems are topped nearly all year with tiny brown flowers that give the plant its fiber-optic appearance. It grows 6 to 10 inches tall and prefers partial shade.

Hardy Verbena Easy-Care, No-Mow Carpet Weaves a thick, luxurious mat of foliage just 4 in. high; spreads rapidly. Absolutely loaded with royal purple flowers from early summer to frostprovides a full summer of color. Prefers full sun. Potted plants. Zones 5-9. This plant attracts butterflies.

Hardy Verbena Easy-Care, No-Mow Carpet Weaves a thick, luxurious mat of foliage just 4 in. high; spreads rapidly. Absolutely loaded with royal purple flowers from early summer to frostprovides a full summer of color. Prefers full sun. Potted plants. Zones 5-9. This plant attracts butterflies.

Planting notes. Soil should be moist and well drained; Pachysandra prefers acidic soils but can tolerate neutral and slightly alkaline soils. Edge the boundaries of the area where you are planting to prevent spreading. Place the plants about 8 inches apart. If you are anxious to get complete coverage right away, you may plant them closer together, but patience (that is, waiting a few years for them to get established) can save you a lot of money. Water the area and gently add a layer of…

Planting notes. Soil should be moist and well drained; Pachysandra prefers acidic soils but can tolerate neutral and slightly alkaline soils. Edge the boundaries of the area where you are planting to prevent spreading. Place the plants about 8 inches apart. If you are anxious to get complete coverage right away, you may plant them closer together, but patience (that is, waiting a few years for them to get established) can save you a lot of money. Water the area and gently add a layer of…

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