For your front yard perennial garden. Nepeta Walkers Low, salvia, artemisia, and autumn joy sedum could give you this look. Designer Plant Combinations: 105 Stunning Gardens Using Six Plants or Fewer : Scott Calhoun
Ina Garten's SUMMER GARDEN This is a view down the path through the Annabelle hydrangeas (which unlike most hydrangeas don’t wilt in the sun!) and the arch covered with climbing purple Clematis “Jackmanii.” In the distance is the vegetable garden
Lavender is one of the trickier perennial herbs to grow. It likes to be dry and warm, in a Mediteranean climate. When you live in one of the hardier growing zones, you need to know a few tricks to get lavender to succeed. But with these tips you'll be
Garden Visit: A Green Palette at Christopher Bradley-Hole's Bury Court
Christopher Bradley-Hole's Bury Court: A planting of silvery Stachys ‘Big Ears’, the dark Sedum ‘Matrona’, phlox ‘Rosa Pastell’, with Echinops ritro ‘Veitch’s Blue’ to the rear (Left) and Agastache foeniculum (Right).