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Carex elata 'Aurea' | Juncia de oro (Carex elata' Bowles Aurea ') KARE ex-ee-LAY-tah Sinónimos:C. stricta 'Aurea' Género:Carex Follaje vivo de este hermoso juncia añade color brillante para el jardín. El amarillo parece brillar en la sombra parcial. Utilice esta espectacular macizo de follaje cerca del agua o en aguas poco profundas, o en otro lugar húmedo. Cuidados: Proporcionar sol o sombra parcial completo y suelo fértil, húmedo o mojado. Propagación: Divida en primavera. Read more…

Bowles' golden sedge Latin name: Carex elata 'Aurea' Zone Great contrast with dark flowers and foliage. Plant with black mondo grass (Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens')

Pink Muhly Grass Pink Blooms Native to the by PerfectPlantsNursery

Pink Muhly Grass, Large Plant not a seed, Pink Blooms, Easy care, best in group plantings Size: 3 gallon

Japanese Silver Grass        Japanese silver grass and its cultivars are showy ornamental grasses useful as accent plants, hedges, or screens. They are warm-season grasses, so they green up in late spring or early summer and bloom in mid to late summer or fall. The flowers are attractive feather plumes in silver, tan, or reddish, becoming fluffy and white in winter. The flowers persist through the winter. In winter, the leaves take on a reddish or bronzy color.

26 Best Perennial Varieties for Your Garden

Miscanthus Miscanthus bears silvery seed heads that seem to glow in the late-summer and autumn sunshine. This ornamental grass grows near.

Trellis for peas, squashes, beans and gords

YES PLEASE, green bean teepees. This is amazing! What a great idea for some serious green bean growing. This would also work for strawberries, peas, grapes and possibly squash varieties. Basically, anything that can grow vertically!

Chelsea: an Irish garden of clipped evergreens

Two Great Flower Shows: A Comparison

Plant a path with sedum sarmentosum - spreads rapidly - good for poor soils.

Sedum sarmentosum - Spreads rapidly, almost invasive. Good for extremely poor soils. Idea for planting along ditch. Stringy stonecrop, Sedum sarmentosum, is probably the fastest-growing sedum around -- at least in the cold-hardy species.

stone, ferns, pergola, hostas, planters

Strutbräken Ostrich Ferns 'Matteuccia struthiopteris' Native zone 3 ~ Loamy Soil, Moist/Wet Soil The tightly wound immature fronds, fiddleheads, are also used as a cooked vegetable,

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