12 Drought Tolerant Flowers and Plants That'll Add Color to Your Garden
These drought-tolerant plants will add life and color to your garden, even if you live in a hot and dry desert environment.
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Cotton Candy Plant - Add a burst of color and texture to your garden with these lush ornamental grasses that flourish in hot, humid, dry or wet conditions. Enjoy light pink plumes in late summer with these wild, hardy plants. - Grows to approx. 20'' to 36'' H - Perennial - Bloom time: all summer - Full sun to partial shade - Hardy in zones 5 to 10
Wings of Beauty…. Butterflies
When I work from home, I sit in my office which has a large bay window. I often, when on the phone, turn my chair around and stare through the windows into the flower garden. What I love most abou…
Front Door Container Gardens That Will Impress Guests
First impressions matter. For most homes, the front door and porch reflect who you are and how guests, passerbys, and neighbors perceive you as a homeowner. Just as you wouldn’t neglect the décor on the inside of your home, it’s absolutely necessary to give the outside and front door the TLC and attention it deserves, too. To put your potting skills to good use, you don’t need to spend a lot of time or money. In fact, something as simple as a freshly painted front door can make a bold…
20 Flowers That Thrive in Full Sun
The Southern sun is no match for these bright beauties. Southern states are known for intense summer temperatures, and that weather forecast can be a challenge for gardeners. When it comes to cultivating flowers, we look for species that can stand up to the often blistering sun of Southern climates. Here, we've rounded up flowers that thrive in full sun. They look good in the summer, spring, or fall, as long as the sun is shining. Plant them as a part of a container, or put them in a…
15 DIY How to Make Your Backyard Awesome Ideas 11
If you live at such a house which has backyard or if you are the one who deals with the backyard of the building, then our gardening part is definately may be one of your favourite session. there, we will share the ideas how to use non-used materials for backyard decoration. We have many unsued materials that stand somewhere in the house we already forget about.
Buy Pink Cotton Candy Grass from K. van Bourgondien
Adds Textural Drama to the LandscapeIt's easy to see why home gardeners and landscapers adore Cotton Candy Grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris). This gorgeous ornamental grass, also known as Muhly Grass or sweetgrass, creates a pink cloud in the border in late summer. Cotton Candy Grass is easy to grow and has vibrant, pink airy flowers that add textural drama and movement to the garden. It looks spectacular when planted in groups in the garden or landscape. Tolerant of heat, humidity, drought…