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Russian Sage Lacey Blue

Dwarf Russian Sage Lacey Blue, Perovskia atriplicifolia - Spring Perennials from American Meadows

Plant Profile for Ligularia ‘The Rocket’ - Ligularia Perennial. full sun or part shade. zone 4 alright. slugs may be a problem. I already transferred some to the meadow, in the roughly shaped diamond flowerbed. great so far. start transferring more to experimental garden. deer resistant. Likes moist to wet soil. lots of compost and perlite.

New Perennials for 2015

Salvia 'Pink Dawn' This heat-, drought-, rabbit-, and deer-resistant introduction will reward you with clouds of cotton candy pink flowers from late spring to early summer. It has pretty, fragrant foliage, and is compact enough to work as well in containers as it does in the border.

Honesty also called money plant, produces seedpods, about the size of large coins. Its sturdy stems, clothed with oval- or heart-shape leaves sometimes rimmed in white, are topped w/ clusters of white or reddish-purple flowers.Not fussy about soil, usually self-seeds. Part Sun, Sun Perennial 1 to 3' tall 1' wide Flower Color-Blue, White Sprng Bloom, Summer Bloom, Wntr Interest Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant Attracts Birds, Cut Flowers, Fragrant, Good for Containers, Low Maintenance Zones…

Sedum 'Angelina' Google Image Result for http://georgeweigel.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/gold.creeping.sedum_.jpg

May Night Salvia- Our most popular salvia. This Meadow Sage bears spires of dark blue-purple flowers all summer if deadheaded. Forms neat clumps 18 to 24 inches tall filled with grayish-green, aromatic foliage. Resists diseases and tolerates heat and drought.

Walkers Low Catmint. That looks like Huskers Red Penstemon flowering in back. This is a great plant to cover a large area and it blooms almost all summer (especially when cut back.) The hummingbirds love it. Walters Gardens, Inc.

Liatris Kobold (Blazing Star, Gayfeather, Button Snakeroot)

Liatris Kobold, 2-3', summer to fall, A native American wildflower excellent for border, meadow, or wild garden settings. Spikes of lavender flowers from summer into fall atop narrow ribbon foliage. Drought resistant, good for cut or dried flowers. Lavender flowers on multiple spikes seldom taller than 2 1/2'. One of the finest selections.