Butterfly Garden: A (3) Phlox paniculata ‘Eva Culum’ zones 4-8; B (1) Penstemon ‘Prairie Dusk’ zones 3-8; C (1) Bee balm Monarda ‘Petite Delight’ zones 4-8; D (1) Butterfly bush Buddleja davidii ‘Nanho Purple’ zones 5-9; E (3) Coreopsis auriculata ‘nana’ zones 4-9; F (1) Sedum ‘Brilliant’ zones 4-9; G (1) Daisy Leucanthemum ‘Becky’ zones 4-8 #gardendesigns
Butterfly Gardening In Zone 5: Hardy Plants That Attract Butterflies - If you love butterflies and want to attract more of them to your garden, consider planting a butterfly garden. Think plants for butterflies won’t survive in your cooler zone 5 region? Think again. This article will help get you started with zone 5 butterfly gardening.
Butterfly Garden, Zone 5-8, 13 varieties, 24 plants. Layout for 9×11 corner included. Height: 12-6, Blooms Early Summer to Fall. Full Sun to Mostly Sunny. Phlox Sherwood Purple 3, E Caryopteris Longwood Blue 1, H Echinacea Purpurea 3, K Origanum Rosenkuppel 1, B Aster September Ruby 2, F Lavandula Munstead 3, I Achillea Paprika 1, … Read More →
A Lifetime of Sweet, Juicy Apples The Dwarf Yellow Delicious Apple Tree produces tasty apples that are extra juicy, crisp, and extremely sweet! It is a great apple for cooking, baking lots of delicious desserts, and eating fresh. In fact, it's one of the country’s most popular apples, and always a fall favorite. Our trees produce heavily because we prune consistently over time, to promote more branching and a stronger structure. This takes more time, but produces a tree we are proud to offer. Th
Disease and Pest Resistant Pear Tree Grow delicious Kieffer Pears just about anywhere in the USA. These delicious, bright yellow pears are great for eating fresh, canning, in desserts, and for making preserves and honey! The Kieffer Pear Tree is pest and disease resistant, and adapts to many climates and soils, though it does best in full sun and well-drained soil. It is easy to grow organically in your own backyard since it does not require a lot of care and pesticides. The Kieffer Pear T
Dwarf Version of the Popular Limelight Hydrangea Watch Blooms Come Alive, Even in the Fall! The Hydrangea Little Lime (Hydrangea paniculata) is the perfect late season foliage shrub. The soft light green flowers burst with pink and burgundy colors in the late summer through fall. The dark green leaves create a perfect accent to the showy blooms. While other flowers dull past summer, the Little Lime comes to life with its lush hues. Your garden will capture the vibrancy of spring/early summer bed
The Most Blooms on a Weigela... Ever• amazing flurry of bright pink blooms covers the entire bush • reblooms, so you get flowers from May until frost • this plant takes care of itself- no need to deadhead spent blooms The Most Blooms Ever for a Weigela Shrub You get brilliant waves of vibrant pink flowers starting in May. But the show doesn't stop- it's a rebloomer, so the color keeps coming until the first frost of the year! It's the strongest reblooming weigela variety ever developed- you get
Stays Deep Green Anywhere - Even the Frigid North• grows further north than most boxwoods... thrives anywhere in the US! • resists "boxwood bronzing", where foliage turns color if exposed to extreme cold • looks great in southern climates as well • looks best when planted in groups of 5 or rows Because of their cold sensitivity, many boxwood shrubs turn an unsightly shade of brown during the winter '– it's called "boxwood bronzing." Titan Boxwood (Buxus microphylla 'Titan') is a superior ch