Chocolate Vine; 15' to 20' vine growth, zones 4-9, partial shade to full sun, lilac-purple flowers, large, edible seedpods ripen in early August and taste like tapioca pudding! Plant 2 varieties for pollination
They prefer to be located in full sun or partial shade in warmer climates. Calla lilies are typically planted in the spring. However, wait until the threat of frost has passed and the soil has warmed sufficiently before planting calla lilies. Calla lilies should be planted rather deep, about 4 inches for greater results, and spaced approximately a foot apart. Once planted, the area should be watered well. Calla lilies enjoy being kept moist and will also benefit from a monthly dose of…
Russian Sage This super-tough plant can grow to 6 feet tall, and is great for the back row of garden borders or along fences. It is heat and drought resistant, and most pests like deer and rabbits will stay away from it. The fragrant silver foliage is just as pretty as the purple blooms.
Hosta 'On Stage' Height 16-20”, Spread 27-35" Part Sun-Light Shade Wedge shape leaves emerge bright gold, change later to white, then to chartreuse late in the season. Margins are dark green, streaking towards the center leaf. If planted in morning sun, it holds its color better through the summer. Funnel-shaped, light-lavender flowers appear on 24" scapes in midsummer. Moderate growth rate. Not slug resistant. Reverse coloration of Hosta montana 'Aureomarginata'