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This year, I visited this little seacoast garden in August, which meant there were different varieties blooming against the same gorgeous background.
Many gardeners live in drought-prone areas where it is necessary to conserve water, which means a lot needs to go into the “planning and organizing” phase of gardening, even before the gloves come on. Other gardeners, in places like the Northeast, may not need to conserve water, but choose to plant drought resistant varieties to help save on their water bill or give themselves less work in the garden. Whatever your reason may be to go drought tolerant, we have several hardy, easy-to-grow perennial varieties that are perfect for almost any garden.
August 17, 2014
Â· Amanda Shepard Â· 2 Comments
Tags: daylily, drought-tolerant perennials, Echinacea, fall planting, Fern, Perennials, Salvia, Sedum Â· Posted in: Gardening in Fall, How-Tos, Perennials
Daylilies are one of the true cornerstones of any perennial garden. With some care, they grow in any soil type and multiply each year, making them one of the best garden investments. Many varieties are re-bloomers, putting on a colorful show twice in one season. These deer-resistant beauties are a must-have for any perennial garden and we are excited to be carrying seven new varieties for spring 2014.
November 15, 2013
Â· Amanda Shepard Â· Comments Closed
Tags: daylilies, daylily, Hemerocallis, New for 2014, New Plants, New Products, Unique Varieties Â· Posted in: Gardening in Spring and Summer, Perennials
In mid-July, my trusty hound Clover and I hopped in the American Meadows truck and headed to the local garden center to buy several bags of fresh compost for the project. Once we returned home, we removed existing vegetation, mixed in compost and planted several different bare root daylily varieties.
Each year we get dozens of calls from gardeners who are either looking for quick and easy pre-planned gardens or specialty collections for specific needs. Our gardening experts have designed eight different collections that will provide a unique purpose for each garden.
October 6, 2011
Â· Amanda Shepard Â· Comments Closed
Tags: all annual mix, bareroot plants, daffodils, daylily, fall bulbs, Hyacinth, planting, tulips Â· Posted in: Flower Bulbs, Gardening in Fall, Perennials, Wildflowers
Here’s the REAL Tiger Lily, even though millions of people call various other spotted orange ones by the same name.Â Want to get it straight?Â Well, this tough, easy-to-grow beauty is the real thing:Â With large, down-facing flowers & recurved petals, it’s theÂ big oneÂ on a tall stalk up to 5 ft.Â Â with glossy green leaves andÂ brown […]
Did you knowÂ there are over 20,000 hybrid daylilies in the world?Â Well, there are, and more and more arrive every year.Â Since we now have our perennials up for spring delivery, and they’re now selling in our Advance Sale at half price, I’ve been hard at work writing