Rosy Returns Daylily Hemerocallis ‘Rosy Returns’ Description: Will rebloom from June until frost in the midwest, with beautiful 4″ flowers that are a rose-pink blend with deeper eye zone and yellow throat, and a lovely fragrance. Zone: 3-9 Height: 14″ Width: 14-18″ Shape: Clump Foliage: Green Flower Color: Rose-Pink Bloom Time: June-October Click here [...]
Driving through your neighborhoods, you can see the daylilies in bloom now. Many of us have the ‘Stella D’ Oro’ variety which is a vibrant bright gold color. Don’t limit yourself to this stunning variety though. There are more than 35,000 varieties to choose from. The daylily is often called the perfect perennial. It possesses [...]
By Jay Powell Sweet Tea Foamy Bells Heucherella ‘Sweet Tea’ Description: Huge cinnamon stars are surrounded by the loveliest orange tea colored borders. A new, instant classic for containers and garden. Undeniably the most intensely colored Heucherella ever! The big, palmately cut leaves darken in the summer and lighten up again in the fall. [...]
Very attractive upright Sedum that produces clusters of raspberry-pink to peachy-gold flowers, reddish stems which make it very showy when in bloom, foliage starts off deep blue-green and turns to purple as the season progresses
This tall variety has a mounding silver cloud appearance. The leaves are twice as long as most other lamiums making this a good cover to mask drying bulb foliage.
Spectacular color and unique flower apprearance, the petals of these are yellow on top and orange-red on the bottom, the petals curl as they mature forming a unique tubular shape and a carnival of color.
Here are some suggestions: 1. Cut back Perennials after a hard freeze. 2. Remove any diseased plants & dispose in yard waste – not compost. 3. Clean up any leaves & debris. 4. Water until ground is frozen. 5. Mulch new plants after the ground freezes.
I bought 3 Table Mountain Ice Plants from Pahl’s back around May 12th. I kept them outside on my screened/covered porch for the first 2 weeks and planted Memorial weekend. The plants were still green and looking quite healthy when I planted them. I have been watering them regularly and fertilized as instructed upon my purchase. The plants continue to get smaller, brown, and are dying. What can I do to save them? These are the only plants I am encountering problems with. Please help!