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Bluebells - Mum loves bluebells. She has a number of bluebell wood paintings and loves to visit the local bluebell woods when they are in bloom.

She has a number of bluebell wood paintings and loves to visit the local bluebell woods when they are in bloom.

Hepatica; liverleaf; liverwort. These should be flowering here in NH any time now! Be prepared to did through those forest floor leaves to find the flowers! You can buy these as bulbs, totally worth it. They are a true periwinkle color!

These should be flowering here in NH any time now! Be prepared to did through those forest floor leaves to find the flowers! You can buy these as bulbs, totally worth it. They are a true periwinkle color!

Queen Anne's Lace

cow parsley/Queen Anne's lace/ wild carrots (second year--can achieve same by leaving garden carrots in ground for 2 yrs).

Agapanthus

Show Stopper in the Garden! Agapanthus requires full sun and a fertile soil which should be moist rather than dry, but not boggy.

These bright clustered bellflowers bloom in shades of blue, purple, and pink. More perennials: http://www.bhg.com/gardening/flowers/perennials/the-best-perennials-for-cutting/?socsrc=bhgpin070113bellflower=8

The Best Perennials for Cutting

sweet violet - love smelling them in spring/summer (and eating violtabletter as a substitute the rest of the year)

sweet violet - love smelling them in spring/summer (and eating violtabletter as a substitute the rest of the year)

Primula capitata ssp mooreana

Specializing in rare and unusual annual and perennial plants, including cottage garden heirlooms and hard to find California native wildflowers.

jardinage on jardine

Stepheny Houghtlin says: A beautiful path through a bejeweled garden of pinks, purples, white. I love this color combination.

Lily of the Valley 1. Poisonous if pets or children eat! 2. Can cause extreme allergies from fragrance 3. May Birthday Flower

Lily-of-the-valley Convallaria majalis Position: partial or full shade Soil: leafy, fertile, humus-rich, moist soil Rate of growth: fast-growing Flowering period: May Hardiness: fully hardy

Perennials to plant this year! Give your garden a boost of color with these gorgeous perennials to plant in the new year.

Top New Perennials for 2016

Single-petal blossoms unfurl in shades of melon orange and fade to raspberry pink. Plant Name: Echinacea 'Rainbow Marcella' Growing Conditions: full sun Size: 18 inches tall

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