contemporary landscape by Bliss Garden Design - golden variegated sweet flag (Acorus gramineus 'Ogon')
Rain Gardens, Stormwater Management, and Drainage Solutions
Shade Garden Ideas
Rodgersias are extremely handsome plants primarily grown for their foliage. The woodland plants perform well in water gardens and shade gardens. Other plants that thrive at the edge of a shady pond include giant rhubarb (Gunnera manicata), sedge (Carex) and rush (Juncus effusus), which can tolerate standing water.
Fernbush: it's low water needs may be the real draw in summer
Baptisia Also called false indigo for its blue springtime flowers, baptisia is a native prairie plant with deep roots that push through the toughest clay soil. Other selections extend baptisia's color range to white, yellow, and purple. Name: Baptisia selections Zones: 3-9
Getting Rid of Moss in Your Lawn
This is a guide about getting rid of moss in your lawn. Your lawn's appearance and health can be compromised by an intrusion of moss. The fuzzy green plant can begin to replace your grass. There are methods you can use for successfully removing moss from your lawn.
Spaces Narrow Side Yard Design, Pictures, Remodel, Decor and Ideas - page 2
Sedge looks like an ornamental grass, but it isn't. This plant is good in nearly any condition, is perennial, 6-30 inches tall and wide, is slightly deer resistant, and will work well in my nasty wet clay soil.