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Deer Busters: The Top Deer-Resistant Plants for the Northeast
If deer treat your yard like a buffet line, try these plants. But keep in mind that deer in your neighborhood may have already developed a taste for some of these plants. Unfortunately, deer do not read lists.
Turtlehead Flowers – Information For Growing Turtlehead Chelone Plants
Turtlehead flowers resemble the head of a turtle, earning the plant this popular name. So what is turtlehead? Read this article to find out more about this plant and how to care for it in your garden.
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Hot Plants for Spring 2011
With Witchhazels in bloom and daffodil buds emerging, my spring fever is nearing its peak. I wanted to dedicate a few blogs to plants that I think will be hot this spring. I’ve spent time going through stacks of 2011 catalogues, going to nursery trade shows, and talking to designers and breeders, so I have narrowed down my finalists. Today’s pick for hot plants 2011: The Genius Geum Genus Geum 'Totally Tangerine' bred by Tim Crowther UK. Image from Bluestone Perennials. Try and say that…
Candy Mountain Foxglove
'Candy Mountain' ushers in a whole new color for foxgloves, with plants that grow to a maximum of 4 ft. Please note that our potted 'Candy Mountain' Foxglove plants will bloom for you in their first season; their seeds, however, produce true biennials that grow foliage the first year and bloom the second season of growth. By letting seeds form, new foxgloves will self-sow and produce future generations. These new plants can be moved in their first year when they are still small.As a…
Plant Profile for Geum ‘Flames of Passion’ - Geum Perennial
This repeat-blooming Geum (or Avens) is an exciting breakthrough. The plant bears a summer-long display of small, rounded semi-double scarlet flowers, held on wiry black stems above a low clump of dark-green leaves...
'Walker's Low' catmint - FineGardening
This mound of lavender-blue flowers and aromatic, grayish green leaves up to 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide is great as edging or in a border, herb, or rock garden.
Turtle head (Chelone oblique) Blooms late summer, shade plant. I have this plant in my garden and really love it! There is also a white flowered variety that is native to NY. A good source of late summer nectar for insects and humming birds