Red Stonecrop (Sedum Spurium Schorbuser Blut) is a very attractive border plant that does not mind the shade and can be used as ground cover under trees and shrubs forming an expansive red carpet. Its star-shaped red flowers stand out from its beautiful dark green, slightly red leaves. Flowers absolutely anywhere. Another advantage of these plants is that they suppress the growth of weeds

Red Stonecrop (Sedum Spurium 'Schorbuser Blut') Zone: 3 to is a very attractive border plant that does not mind the shade and can be used as ground cover under trees and shrubs. Another advantage of these plants is that they suppress the growth of weeds.

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Like the way the boxwoods sit below the Annabelle hydrangea, boxwood, fig (Front corner maybe?

Bell-flower: Campanula [Family: Campanulaceae]

purple perennials that bloom all summer PC Campanula Purple Get Mee: The purple blooms on this perennial are .

Saucer Magnolia tree. Can't wait for mine to start blooming! We have one;we love it but it gets bigger than we thought. Make sure you have plenty of room for the base also.

This mighy be a pretty curb appeal option. Can't wait for mine to start blooming!we love it but it gets bigger than we thought. Make sure you have plenty of room for the base also.

Bobo - a perfectly charming dwarf panicle hydrangea. Blooms every year, even in zone 3, and reaches a very landscape-friendly 3-5' tall: http://emfl.us/OBHd

Bobo® - Panicle Hydrangea - Hydrangea paniculata

Even as the dog days of summer are nearing an end, Hydrangea Trees are adding a delightful splash of lush blossoms to the late summer landscape.  These small ornamental trees run from 5 to 10 feet tall, depending on how they are pruned, grow in a wide variety of soils and do well in light … Continue reading Hydrangea Trees →

Limelight Hydrangea tree is on the left and a Pinky Winky Hydrangea shrub to the right. Boulders, evergreen shrubs and shade perennials complete the bed which is so beautiful this time of year - Knecht's Nurseries & Landscaping

Purple Wisteria Tree Drought tolerant Pest & disease resistant, that means no spraying! Very fragrant. adapts to many soils & conditions, Zone 5  needs at least 6 hrs sun

Water-wine: Purple Wisteria Tree Drought tolerant Pest & disease resistant, that means no spraying! Very fragrant. adapts to many soils & conditions, Zone 5 needs at least 6 hrs sun

hydrangeas and boxwood

Adding a garden pathway is a great landscaping feature to add curb appeal to the front of your home or for your backyard garden. Check out these garden paths made from various materials such as brick, flagstone and pavers.

How to grow and care for your Limelight Hydrangea. A beautiful deciduous shrub for your garden which is very forgiving and easy to grow. via @HouseHawthornes #easygardenshrubs

How to grow and care for your Limelight Hydrangea. A beautiful deciduous shrub for your garden which is very forgiving and easy to grow. via @HouseHawthornes #easygardenshrubs

Growing Limelight Hydrangeas | Tips from a DIY gardener to get giant, abundant blooms. Advice on pruning and spacing.

Growing Limelight Hydrangeas

A. Bog sage (Salvia uliginosa). Upright perennial with sky blue flowers. Grows 4 to 6 feet tall and blooms late spring through fall. Sunset ...

Sunny border for three seasons

Great garden borders: Colorful border for three seasons Flowers that bloom over a long season and require only modest amounts of water or time. Choose the right plants and you can have vibrant borders from spring through fall.

Turkish speedwell (Veronica liwanensis) Fast growing, drought tolerant ground cover that likes full sun and reaches about 2" in height. Tolerant of poor soil and is cold hardy.

Landscape design, flower garden: Turkish speedwell (Veronica liwanensis) Fast growing, drought tolerant ground cover that likes full sun and reaches about in height. Tolerant of poor soil and is cold hardy.

Hydrangeas and Hostas.  Perfect for the shady spot in the yard.

French Hydrangea: A Perfect Pairing. "If you really want to make your borders sing, pair (hydrangeas) with hostas." Maybe plant hydrangea on the music room front?

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