A Strategy for a Long Border | Fine Gardening

Concept for repeating plants along a shady, long border. Great for south side of house, along woods. Repeat hostas, astilbes and daylillies.

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A Strategy for a Long Border: Repeat colors. Variations of the color purple, both in foliage and in flowers, are used throughout the border to pull the design together. 1. Phlox paniculata cv. 2. Ageratum houstonianum ‘Blue Horizon’ 3. Astilbe ‘Purple Lance’ 4. Verbena X hybrida ‘Patio Blue’ 5. Monarda didyma ‘Violet Queen

Ageratum houstonianum ‘Blue Horizon’ Astilbe ‘Purple Lance’ Verbena X hybrida ‘Patio Blue’ Monarda didyma ‘Violet Queen’

Acanthus mollis: One of our favorite tough shade perennials for North Texas!

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Hosta 3"-48" Tall 3"-48" Wide Perennial Blooms In Mid-Summer numerous types and varieties Plant in Light Condition suited to the specific type in Fertile soil that is moist Growth rate is Rapid www.greenpringLED.com

Hosta REINFORCE NEARBY FOLIAGE -- Tucked under a tree, this planting extends the bed to the variegated shrub nearby. The mostly white variegated hostas reinforce the shrub's foliage colors.

A Strategy for a Long Border | Fine GardeningAnother gold-themed vignette includes golden hostas and Hakone grass.  Hosta ‘Jack of Diamonds’ Filipendula ulmaria ’Aurea’ Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola’ Hosta ‘Little Aurora

Another gold-themed vignette includes golden hostas and Hakone grass. Hosta ‘Jack of Diamonds’ Filipendula ulmaria ’Aurea’ Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola’ Hosta ‘Little Aurora’

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