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Monthly Archives: August 2010
Rudbeckia triloba It’s late summer, and gardens and roadsides are starting to display the many types of yellow-flowered perennials that seem to dominate into the fall. This is a particularly nice planting of Rudbeckia triloba, although a bit rangey since … Continue reading
Russian sage is one of the ultimate garden workhorses. It begins blooming in July and continues into September. Tall and airy, it looks spectacular in groups, but also looks stunning with grasses or perennials, especially white phlox or pink roses. Perovskia requires little care. … Continue reading