The Well Tended Perennial Garden

Author: Tracy DiSabato-Aust
Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604697873
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Although this may leave a hole in the garden earlier in the season, fresh low
foliage will return and is usually more appealing than the previous shaggy growth
. Keep plants moist after cutting back to ... 'Blue Hill' ('Blauh├╝gel') and 'Rose
Queen' both reach 20 in. and have distinctive sky-blue and rose-pink flowers,
respectively. 'Caradonna' has tall, strong, slim spikes of violet-blue flowers on
dark stems and is a favorite among many garden designers. 'East Friesland' ('
Ostfriesland') is a ...

Perennial All Stars

Author: Jeff Cox
Publisher: Rodale
ISBN: 9780875968896
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DWARF CHINESE ASTILBE ( Astilbe chinensfs var.pumila IT WAS ON MY FIRST
WALK with renowned perennial plantsman Fred McGourty, in his Connecticut
garden one August, that he pointed out a striking, spiky-looking, raspberry ...
These plants bloom late in the season, with flowers that resemble those of dwarf
Chinese astilbe and, like their parent, they tend to be more drought tolerant than
the more widely grown summer-flowering hybrid astilbes (A. x arendsii cultivars). '
Finale' ...

The Horticulture Gardener S Guides Perennials

Author: Andy McIndoe
Publisher: David & Charles
ISBN: 9781558707641
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Tiarella wherryi (zone 5-9) is a parent of many of the new hybrids. Its rounded
leaves have three sharp points and are light green flushed to varying degrees
with reddish maroon. The airy heads of white flowers often show a hint of pink. All
three species range in height from 8-20 in. (20 to 50 cm). Tiarella 'Iron Butterfly' (
zone 4-9) is one of many new selections; it has large, deeply divided medium
green leaves, with a striking dark red-black stripe on each segment, and flowers
similar to ...

The Flower Gardener S Bible

Author: Lewis Hill
Publisher: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603428070
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A Complete Guide to Colorful Blooms All Season Long: 400 Favorite Flowers,
Time-Tested Techniques, Creative Garden Designs, and a Lifetime of Gardening
Wisdom Lewis Hill, Nancy Hill ... companions: White phlox, snapdragons (
Antirrhinum majus), wormwoods (Artemisia) Propagation: Sow seed as soon as it
ripens; divide clumps; take cuttings Zones: Varies (see below) Sea hollies are
striking, thistlelike plants 2-4 feet tall with blue or white flowers and spiny blue-
gray foliage.

Perennials

Author: Fine Gardening
Publisher: Taunton Press
ISBN: 9781561580545
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From the time they leaf out in early spring until tall frost, their medium- to deep-
green, sometimes bronze-red compound leaves, which grow 12 in. to 15 in. tall,
complement the other perennials in my garden. Individual astilbe flowers are tiny,
but together they form a striking plumelike inflorescence, called a panicle. This
flower ... Each species or hybrid blooms for about a month, and by planting
successively blooming ones, I can enjoy astilbe flowers through September. If
you live in a ...

Essential Perennials

Author: Ruth Rogers Clausen
Publisher: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604696729
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Araceae arum, lords-and-ladies Perfect to add pizzazz to the off-season garden,
arums produce their often showy, undivided leaves (related Arisaema has
divided leaves) from tubers in fall and retain them all winter long; they are arrow
shaped and often decorated with contrasting marbling. Flowers typical of the
Araceae, composed of a hood-like spathe surrounding the erect spadix, appear
in spring. If pollinated, bright red berries (favorite food for wildlife) appear on the
spadix above ...

Gardening Step By Step

Author: DK
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 0756685281
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Acer shirasawanum 'Aureum' This slow-growing, compact plant is striking,
especially in late spring and early summer when its foliage is at its best. As the
golden leaves expand, they resemble little Chinese fans, seen to best effect in
shade where they stand out from other plantings. H: 5 ft (1.5 m) after 10 years, 5:
3 ft (1 m) fififllfif O O {9? Aquilegia McKana Group A cottage-garden favorite, this
perennial is a good choice for its spring flowers in a wide range of different colors
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The Villa Gardener

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soil, and if the season is dry, should be well watered. Stipa pennasa, or Feather
Grass, is one of the most beautiful of all Grasses. It is a perennial, growing from
18 to 20 inches high. The plumes are long, remarkably light, and flexible, and
have a strong resemblance to marabout feathers, and are used by the milliners
and artificial flower makers as imitations of them. CZalia japonica is a perennial
hardy species from Japan, with long, variegated leaves. The flower stems are
from 3 to 4 ...

The Garden

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Among the white-flowered Peach-leaved Bell- flowers the one known as
Campanula persicifolia Backhousei or C. p. alba grandiflora is perhaps the most
admired. One can see no difference between the plants sold under these two
names, so that I have not hesitated to write of them as one and the same. It is a
moot point if there is not some of the blood of C. latifolia in the fine plant first sent
out under this name, but whether this is so or not, it can hardly be left out of the
list of our best ...

The Garden

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It is a moot point if there is not some of the blood of C. latifolia in the fine plant first
sent out under this name, but whether this is so or not, it can hardly be left out of
the list of our best garden flowers. Fine as this is, it shows a flimsiness of petal
absent in some of the best seedlings, and it is doubtful if it will ever be more
admired than a good form of the variety known by the unwieldy name of C. J.
coronata alba, which has its corolla so doubled as to form what is familiarly
known as a ...