Crazy for Carex!

  Do you have a shady or part sun area that grass just won’t grow in? Carex, aka Sedge, just might be the answer. Sedge can take a variety of conditions from very dry shade to wet, boggy habitats. These plants work well as edging along a shady border, massed as a ground cover, and

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All About Daylilies!

The scientific name for daylily is Hemerocallis. The word Hemerocallis is derived from two Greek words meaning “beauty” and “day” referring to the fact that each flower lasts only one day. To make up for this, there are many flower buds on each daylily flower stalk, and many stalks in each clump of plants, so,

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Delightful Digitalis

The early summer bloom of foxglove can now be seen peeking out along the woodlands and among many cottage wild flower gardens. Easily grown in part to full sun, foxgloves are delightful additions to any garden. They make beautiful cut flowers which last for a very long time, plus they are deer and rabbit resistant

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