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LOBULARIA

Lobularia is a wonderful cool-season annual that has been a long-time favorite because of its dainty blossoms on tidy mounds of foliage. These plants make excellent landscape edging plants in the garden and even in containers. Plant them in masses to create an abundance of its light honey fragrance. Lobularia also will draw all sorts …

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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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ASPIDISTRA ‘Cast Iron’

Shade tolerant and totally adaptable, Aspidistra offers abundant groundcover and grows well when planted under trees that cast shade. Basically, this plant is your solution to adding color back to your shaded areas. It’s thick, deep green foliage provides depth when added to flower gardens or grown indoors.

VINCA VINE

The vinca vine is an evergreen vine with a slender trailing stem, that usually does not exceed a height of 8 to 30 inches. However, it is a fast growing plant that can spread quite rapidly over the ground in a short period of time. This is the reason why it is enlisted as an …

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ALOHA LILY

Aloha Lilies are great for containers and in landscapes. They have a very unique bloom that resembles pineapples. This tropical looking plant is great for a conversation piece near a patio area. The blooms are large flower spikes that tower above the foliage of the plant. They range in colors from white, pink and purple. …

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VERONICA

Veronica graces the garden with spires of flowers that bloom spring through fall.  Veronica  come in beautiful shades of blue, pink, purple, and white. Veronica is a flower that does great in full sun and is low maintenance. Plant this anywhere you need a bunch of showy blooms for the growing season. Depending on the …

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RUELLIA ‘Mexican Petunia’

Thanks to their pretty blooms and easy culture, ruellias have made their way into lots of flower beds. Though most common in Texas, they’re quickly making inroads into the rest of the South, especially among gardeners who want lots of bloom with little fuss. The flowers resemble small, thin-textured petunias. These plants resist damage by …

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AGAPANTHUS ‘Lily of the Nile’

These wonderful plants are blooming machines, which you can think of as essentially the tropical equivalent of the daylily.  Agapanthus is a low-maintenance perennial that produces colorful clusters of blue or white trumpet-shape flowers in summer and fall. Agapanthus has strappy, green leaves add texture to beds, borders, and containers, too.

AJUGA

Ajuga has a deep colored foliage that makes a beautiful groundcover. The foliage is generally crinkled and very glossy as well. However, if you think this is just a foliage plant, you would get quite the surprise as spring eases into summer. Then, ajuga is covered in little spikes of bright blue, purple, pink or …

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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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