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EUPHORBIA

You won’t find a better low-maintenance annual for your beds, borders, or containers than euphorbia. This tough plant offers outstanding heat and drought resistance. Instead of showy flower petals, euphorbia has modified leaves, called bracts. It’s a vigorous grower so it can quickly fill a garden space.

ECHINACEA

Echinacea are also known as ‘cone flowers’. They grow well in the home garden, when provided with the right conditions. Echinacea are great in any garden bed. You get to enjoy the gorgeous flowers, as well as the colorful wildlife they attract.

ASCLEPIAS

Asclepias is also known as ‘Milk Weed’. It is the main food source for the beloved monarch butterfly caterpillar. This tough perennial helps out monarchs, and the flowers are a great nectar source for many other pollinators. Milk weed is great for any butterfly garden and other areas that need to attract pollinators.

JUNCUS

Juncus grass is a great annual for any combo or landscape. Juncus grass can be planted in any landscape to create a nice textured look. Plant this with any other spring, summer or fall annuals to have a nice fresh look during the growing season.

SPIDER PLANT ‘Airplane Plant’

A vintage favorite in the houseplant world, spider plant has been enjoyed in Victorian parlors as much as in studio lofts a century later. They’re super-easy to grow, tolerate all levels of light, and they don’t mind if you miss a weekly watering. Spider plant, also called airplane plant, grows well in containers or hanging …

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ORIENTAL LILY ‘Asiatic Lily’

Oriental lilies are the classic “late bloomer.” These stunning flowering bulbs bloom after Asiatic lilies, continuing the lily parade in the landscape well into the season. Growing oriental lily plants is fairly easy provided you have a well prepared site for bulbs, plenty of sun and good drainage. Some of the most magnificent flowers in …

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BLUENOTE GRASS

A truly versatile perennial grass, bluenote grass has an eye-catching blue hue that lasts all year. With its clump-forming habit, bluenote grass forms uniform balls of foliage topped with feathery straw bloom stalks in the summer. It can be used as an accent plant, in mass plantings, containers, and crevices. Bluenote grass is also very …

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CALADIUM

Caladiums combine colorful arrowhead-shape leaves with easy growing requirements to star in containers and shade gardens from early summer until frost. Plant them in part shade or where they will receive filtered sun; bright sun can scorch their leaves. Pair caladiums with ferns, hostas, and other shade perennials in the landscape. They thrive in containers …

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SEDUM

A diverse group of plants, sedums come in a myriad of shapes, colors, and sizes. They often can tolerate very dry conditions, thanks to their succulent leaves and stems. With so many species and varieties available, sedums can be found in bloom three seasons a year. There are two main types of sedums: creeping or …

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ASIATIC JASMINE

Asiatic jasmine is not a true jasmine, but it is a popular, fast spreading, hardy groundcover. Jasmine is low a maintenance trailing foliage that does great in the sun or shade. Asiatic jasmine is an excellent addition to any warm weather garden. Keep reading to learn more about Asiatic jasmine care and how to grow …

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