Posts Tagged ‘drought tolerant plants’

Annual of the Year

Sedum mexicanum ‘Lemon Coral’   This is one dazzling workhorse of an annual – although it is a perennial for those of you in Zone 7 or warmer. The screaming yellow foliage never stops drawing attention. It is a terrific filler or spiller for containers, although I use it more as a weed-smothering mat around perennials…

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Plants that love sun and heat

The July weather in Maine was gorgeous – sunny and dry – just what the tourists love. But lawns are browning out and gardens are panting for water. As a garden designer, I like to work with plants that can endure stretches of inconsistent watering, although even drought tolerant plants need water at some point!…

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2018 Flower Gardening Webinars

Stepping into the New Year, I will be offering four exciting new Webinars; one per month from January through April. Each hour-long inspirational class is only $9 and can be watched wherever, whenever, and as many times as you wish, after the live broadcast. Register for all four and get a 10% discount. The kick-off…

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