Pampas Grass Close up
Pampas Grass
  • Dwarf Pampas Grass blends into a desert or Mediterranean landscape well.
  • The ivory-colored plumes reach well above the foliage and offer an architectural look around patios and ponds.
  • Well suited as a visual barrier or hedge in the far reaches of the garden.
  • Plant with other bold forms like Agave and Yucca or keep it the standout plant amongst evergreen shrubs and perennials.
  • A beautiful landscape specimen prized for its handsome fall flowers.
  • The long stalks of dramatic, creamy white plumes are held above the dense clump of green foliage.
  • This perennial grass is wind and drought tolerant and provides a showy windbreak or screen.
  • The smaller dwarf form is well-suited to smaller gardens and landscapes.

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How To Grow Pampas Grass

Coneflower - Sombrero Sangrita
Sombrero Sangrita Coneflower
  • Vibrant scarlet-red blooms on upright burgundy-red stems top this sturdy, compact plant.
  • A fuss-free, cheerful choice for a sunny, easy-care low summer border.
  • Drought tolerant and hardy, with prolific flowering over an exceptionally long season.
  • An herbaceous perennial.

How to Grow Coneflower





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These Plants are the Perfect August Companions

Goldflame Honeysuckle
Goldflame Honeysuckle
  • An excellent vine to use as a cover for trellis, arbor, and fencing.
  • Also works well when pruned to form a dense shrub-like shape.
  • Purple to deep pink buds open to sweetly fragrant, golden yellow, tubular flowers throughout summer.
  • Semi-evergreen in milder climates; deciduous in colder areas.

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How to Grow Goldflame Honeysuckle

Raywood Ash in Fall Color
Raywood Ash
  • Raywood is a fine source of fall color and is also drought resistant.
  • A good street tree that, with age, provides considerable shade.
  • Plant as a single specimen, in a grove for more widespread shade or for seasonal shading on hotter south and west exposures.
  • The bold round-headed form is perfect to cast summer shade.
  • Dark green foliage turns attractive wine red in fall.
  • Resistant to the Ash blight.
  • Deciduous.

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How to Grow Raywood Ash 



Lacy Blue Russian Sage
Lacy Blue Russian Sage
  • Plant en masse to add a wonderful drift of color to the landscape.
  • A delightful alternative to lavender in cottage gardens or along fence lines of pickets or iron.
  • Shows well in traditional parterres or hedge-bound planters.
  • Casual character is equally suited for wild gardens amidst rocky outcroppings or landscape boulders.
  • Outstanding at edges of dry stream beds with wildflowers.
  • Excellent container specimen in unglazed clay pots.
  • This hardy, heat, and drought-tolerant selection has an improved, sturdy, compact form that does not flop over in the landscape!
  • Lavender-blue flower sprays enhance its aromatic, deer-resistant foliage.
  • A colorful, easy-care choice for an accent, border, or mass planting.
  • Deciduous.

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