Cranebill geranium: One of the most reliable and longest blooming plants for the garden, cranebill geraniums add a burst of color that starts in spring and lasts until first frost. The small, cup-shaped blooms are available in blue, pink, rose and magenta. Select a site that has good drainage. Not related to the annual geranium used in planters. USDA Hardiness Zones: 5 to 9 (Pictured: ‘Johnson’s Blue’)
perennial garden, What an awesome natural fence this would make in the backyard!
perennial garden – varying heights
Perennial Flower Garden Design, Perennial Garden Plans, Perennials
In the southwest andn Rocky Mountain areas, water wise landscape designs come in all colors and shapes and incorporate a wide range of both nativespecies as well as appropriate adapted plants, ranging from succulents and cacti to endemic penstemons and traditional perennials. Laura and Time Spear have created a colorful perennial garden in their Colorado Springs compund.
BAPTISIA:The One Native Perennial Everyone Should Plant. Hardy in zones 4 – 8 | Midwest Living:
Red Lupine | Zone 4 perennial | Possible planting for back of side beds or near DeGroots Spire to add a bold splash of color among the purple and yellow.
Delphinium. These are beautiful. I want to make the back corner of my yard a perennial garden.
xeriscape small front yard | the xeriscape garden early summer 2010 wayne s vibrant lush xeriscape …
tough-as-nails perennial garden plan