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Plants That Thrive in Sandy Soil

Plants That Thrive in Sandy Soil

Maybe what I should use in front - How to Choose Groundcovers and Plants to Use As Lawn Alternatives : Home Improvement : DIY Network

How to Choose Groundcovers and Plants to Use As Lawn Alternatives

Tired of maintaining a grassy lawn? Prepare for spring and find inspiration to start replacing parts of your lawn with groundcovers.

Coneflower is an old favorite and can be completely neglected, they will grow anywhere in full sun.  Even in poor soil. They also spread nicely.

Coneflower/Echinacea is an old favorite and can be completely neglected, they will grow anywhere in full sun. Even in poor soil. They also spread nicely. Looks nicely when paired with Russian sage - blue and pink

High Desert Gardening - our three challenges: soil, climate, and water (that's all!)

High Desert Gardening Landscaping Services, Garden Centers and Florist in Northern Nevada, Reno and Sparks: Moana Nursery

Front yard shade garden inspiration - add piece of art like a bench or bird bath to creates a focal point in a shade garden

Showy Shade Gardens

In the Shade - Deep Shade Plants Thrive Beneath Tree Canopies A condition found in most gardens is deep shade. Canopy-loving plants like hostas and ferns thrive in these locations.

Ocotilla - This is a really cool neutral plant that adds a vertical element and height to the garden, yard, and landscape. It does well in the heat and harsh soil. Other than when it is in bloom the Ocotillo is a grayish neutral color that goes well in most any Southwest, desert, Arizona, or New Mexico landscaping.image by JustTooLazy, via Flickr

Ocotilla - This is a really cool neutral plant that adds a vertical element and height to the garden, yard, and landscape. Other than when it is in bloom the Ocotillo is a grayish neutral color that goes well in most any Southwest desert garden.

Oenothera speciosus Rosea - A heat loving plant that thrives in sunny, dry areas along baking south and west facing walls and pavement areas. Spreading rapidly on shallow roots when the hot summer weather arrives, give this beauty plenty of room to grow as it will overrun smaller, less vigorous plants.

Showy Pink Evening Primrose (Oenothera speciosus Rosea) is a heat loving plant that thrives in sunny, dry areas and spreads rapidly with sensational pink blooms

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