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Reaches standard mature height of 6 feet to 8 feet. Space plants approximately 24 in. to 36 in. apart for best results. Prefers well-drained, humus-enriched soil. Blooms late spring to fall. Due to restrictions this plant can not be shipped to customers in the states of Alaska or Hawaii. Spring Hill Nurseries Bare Root In Your Eyes Shrub Rose | 61456
Native goldenrod is a perfect perennial for fall gardens. Many fine species come from the Great Plains and a number of named selections are derived from them. Try 'Fireworks' for its excellent architecture, 'Laurin' for its compact habit, and 'Crown of Rays' for its multitude of flowers in early fall. Name: Solidago selections Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall, depending on variety ...
Large leaved cannas make a dramatic statement in any garden. These heat-loving plants are perennial in frost-free regions, but they must be dug and stored over the winter in the north. Available in standard types that can grow 6-8 feet tall and dwarfs that stay below 4 feet tall, cannas are easy to squeeze into the flower border. In this garden, a mass of red- and green-leaf cannas form a wall of color at the end of a long, serpentine perennial border.
The crowning glory of any landscape, flowering vines will quickly smother a fence or arbor in color. But left unchecked, some vines, such as trumpet vine or wisteria, may smother perennials growing nearby. Clematis, on the other hand, only grows 5-10 feet tall making it an ideal partner for perennial flowers. This sun-loving vine also comes in a wide variety of flower shapes and colors so you have plenty of options for any style of garden. In this border, 'Jackmanii' clematis and 'Harvest Mo...
You don't have to live in the tropics to enjoy the big, bold blooms of hibiscus. These tropical beauties have a variety of cold-hardy relatives that prefer life in the north. Hardy hibiscus is easy to care for, often growing 6 feet tall in one season and producing dinner-plate-size flowers in the late summer and fall. They'll die back to the ground each winter, but pop back up when the temperatures soar in the early summer. In this garden, 'Luna Red' hardy hibiscus and Delphinium elatum are ...
Give your flower garden a layered look by planting tall, vertical species in the back-of-the border. They act as a colorful focal point to draw the eye and give the garden visual balance. In this border, pink mallow, which can grow 4 feet tall, teams with 3-foot-tall yellow Asiatic lilies to provide a spectacular backdrop of bloom. Other tall perennials include garden phlox, heliopsis, Oriental lilies, delphinium, allium, and lupine.