Creeping Thyme is the ideal groundcover for the gardener that wants it all – utility, color, and even a lemony fragrance! A diminutive flower that grows usually no more than ½ a foot tall, Creeping Thyme is the ultimate low-maintenance perennial.
From Monet's Garden at the New York Botanical Garden: Delphiniums, foxgloves, roses, hydrangeas, peonies, tulips, a sensuous abundance of flowers, colors, fragrances.
if only I had a green thumb
I love every beautiful things. Flowers and garden is one of most elegant beauty of the world.
pulled in and up.... have to climb this beautifully marked way..#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Ferns & Astilbe are a perfect mix for the shade garden, creating a soft and colorful display. While ferns are initially expensive, they are a hardy perennial and multiply rapidly. They are easily separated to be transplanted in new beds or given to friends. They stay green all summer and die back to a stub in winter for easy fall or spring cleanup.
Perennial, Shade, ground cover: Red Stonecrop *under trees in back? along deck on shady side? side of garage?