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Butterfly garden. The stones allow the butterflies to bask in the sun. If you add a small fountain, they can also have a drink. Lovely! :)

Planting for Butterflies and Bees - Sunset Magazine

Full Shade Landscaping Ideas For Front Yard Ranch House - Bing Images

Sunny border for three seasons - Sunset Magazine

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Perennial Plant Information – What Is Definition Of Perennial Plant

The great lesson to be learned from Abraham’s faith in God is that he was prepared to do anything for God. - Oswald Chambers

A brick wall and structured lawn create a foundation for this gorgeous cottage-style planting bed. This would look absolutely FAB in the Pulte Millbrook house plan's yard. Must have French lavender in the flower beds!

It'sOnlyNatural by kathy — flowersgardenlove: Alliums and campanul.

Create a watercolor mix in your beds and borders by combining perennials with the same hues. In this photo, Veronica umbrosa, Allium schoenoprasum, Amsonia tabernaemontana, and iris create a melange of blues. Vary the heights of the plants, and choose varieties that bloom at the same time to get the best presentation.

How to Get Beautiful Texture in Your Garden

Mix Herbs and Flowers Create a colorful and fragrant spring garden by mixing flowering herbs and perennials that bloom together. In this border, chives and lavender bloom in front of Amsonia, bearded iris, and peony.

Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the plants. The key to success is knowing which varieties are right for your yard. Check out some of our favorites. by lea

Salvias, also called sages, are some of the most versatile plants around. Most varieties are wonderfully drought tolerant and feature beautiful flowers with pleasantly scented, attractive foliage. Plus, deer, bunnies, and other garden pests typically ignore the plants. The key to success is knowing which varieties are right for your yard. Check out some of our favorites. by lea

summer perennials for border flower beds:  black-eyed susans, zinnias, cosmos, and yarrow.

Landscape design, flower garden: summer perennials for border flower beds: black-eyed susans, zinnias, cosmos, and yarrow.

Long-lasting and low maintenance!

Achillea 'Terracotta', Salvia Nemorosa, salvia Caradon (catmint would also do), Russian sage. Waterwise and colorful.

Trailing Lobelia.  Always so pretty in the garden, and in pots too!  Good for shade/part shade.

PlantFiles Pictures: Edging Lobelia, Annual Lobelia, Trailing Lobelia 'Sapphire' (Lobelia erinus) by ladyannne

Nepeta Walkers Low, salvia, artemisia,  and autumn joy sedum could give you this look. Designer Plant Combinations: 105 Stunning Gardens Using Six Plants or Fewer : Scott Calhoun

For your front yard perennial garden. Nepeta Walkers Low, salvia, artemisia, and autumn joy sedum could give you this look. Designer Plant Combinations: 105 Stunning Gardens Using Six Plants or Fewer : Scott Calhoun

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Summer Dreams is a pre-planned garden that thrives on little water once established.black-eyed Susan, cone flower, goldenrod and more.

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