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 Liberty will win over a Hosta 'fence sitter' ?
       • Posted by: rouge21 5b on Thu, Nov 8, 12 at 14:37
              • 52 follow-ups, last one posted on Tue, Jun 3, 14 at 0:42
I feel I am a bit in the lions den with this my first post to this forum (now that I think of it maybe I have posted once or twice earlier?). Anyways I must come clean in that hostas are not really my 'thing'. But I do have a few scattered aro
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 Havana Blues?
       • Posted by: rouge21 5b on Mon, Jan 30, 12 at 16:06
              • 44 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, May 22, 14 at 21:40
I noticed this 'new' Cranesbill while surfing. I am not sure about its hardiness but it's colour and long bloom time are impressive. I then did a search and I see that coolplantsguy started a thread from January 2010 where only a very brief me
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 Longest blooming perennials
Suppose you want to make sure that there's always flowers blooming somewhere in your yard with limited space, you can plant at least a few
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 Bulbs in a planter
So this month's issue of
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 Combination pics
       • Posted by: miclino 5/6 MI on Wed, Jun 19, 13 at 23:00
              • 143 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Jul 6, 13 at 22:53
Would be great to see some pics of spring/early summer plant combinations, give the rest of us some new ideas. The only rules are, any pic has to have two or more perenials/shrubs. No flower closeups, there's enough of that on the internet :) I'll
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 Combination pics #2
       • Posted by: miclino 5 on Sat, Jul 6, 13 at 23:03
              • 96 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Sep 27, 13 at 8:44
Since the previous thread was getting too big, starting a new one. Same rules though, must be some combination of perennials, shrubs etc and not closeups of individual plants/flowers. Some fantastic pics in the other thread, thanks to all those wh
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 epimediums and columbines...compare and contrast
       • Posted by: rouge21 5b on Fri, Mar 15, 13 at 16:16
              • 42 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Jun 11, 14 at 20:10
I have several aquilegia but no epimediums (and maybe I have never seen one 'in action'). So why do I have it in my mind that these two plants are kind of similar? Specifically I am thinking they have somewhat like delicate spring flowers with no
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 Bobo is bodacious
I bet I was first on my block to have
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 Finally it is summer here
       • Posted by: rouge21 5 on Tue, Aug 26, 14 at 8:42
              • 46 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Aug 28, 14 at 20:37
Yesterday was the first day in *all* of July and August to reach 86 F. This is unheard of in our neck of the woods. All spring and so far all summer all of our garden water needs have been met by rain + our one rain barrel. This is unheard
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 Phlox paniculata
       • Posted by: aftermidnight Z7b V. Island B.C. on Tue, Aug 5, 14 at 13:30
              • 83 follow-ups, last one posted on Thu, Sep 4, 14 at 22:25
I know not favorites with some but I really like them :). I want to add a few more to the garden, so pictures please. I have 'Mt. Fujiyama', 'Blue Paradise' (we think) and 'Purple Kiss', I did have more but over the years as I changed my garde
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 1st year review of Anemone 'Wild Swan'
       • Posted by: christinmk z5b eastern WA on Thu, Aug 1, 13 at 14:17
              • 51 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Sep 17, 14 at 15:07
I know Doug wanted to be informed of its progress so I thought I would start a post on it... I'm loving it so far! It seems to be churning out the flowers faster than Ben & Jerry's churns out ice cream. Only things I have against it (and they
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 Do you have any of these Polygonatum in your garden?
I know these varieties may be somewhat rare but given the plant collectors that frequent this forum I thought that a plant or two of those listed below might be in one of your gardens! -
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 What do you know right now that you will plant next season?
       • Posted by: rouge21 4 on Sun, Nov 24, 13 at 2:54
              • 48 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Dec 16, 13 at 15:37
I look outside and winter has truly arrived as snow now covers everything and the temp is 10 F.. But it is too soon to curl up with any 2014 hard copies or even on-line catalogues. So I instead ponder my short list of must have perenn
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 Astrantia--recommendations?
       • Posted by: ginny12 z5 MA on Sat, Jun 8, 13 at 11:30
              • 39 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Jun 22, 14 at 15:48
I saw deep pink astrantias in someone's garden the other day. They were beautiful plants but she did not know the cultivar name. I have a lot of shade and have always meant to try these. Can anyone recommend some good pink astrantias with lots
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 Some mid-summer stars
       • Posted by: aachenelf z5 Mpls, MN on Sun, Jul 20, 14 at 10:32
              • 42 follow-ups, last one posted on Sat, Aug 2, 14 at 20:05
Lily Citronella strain About 4 feet tall. This is an old lily and probably goes back at least 50 years. The origins seem a bit obscure, so I'm not exactly sure what the parentage might be, but I really like it. The buds are particularly co
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 What's not to like about a Tiarella?
I have 3 of these (
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 Splendide in full sun
I have a Thalictrum
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 Jack Frost fine but King's Ransom yucky
       • Posted by: rouge21 5b on Wed, Jul 31, 13 at 15:42
              • 27 follow-ups, last one posted on Mon, Jul 14, 14 at 11:16
I have a very healthy JF Brunnera that looks just fine in the heat of mid summer. But I also have 4 KR are no Return to the Perennials Forum | Post a Follow-Up Jack Frost fine but King's Ransom yucky Posted by ro
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 Perennials that make you happy that you bought them
       • Posted by: flower-frenzy 8 on Fri, Aug 2, 13 at 13:07
              • 93 follow-ups, last one posted on Sun, Aug 25, 13 at 9:04
I have had very few disappointments this year in the way of perennials. However, I have some plants that have exceeded my expectations and I'm so happy I bought them. First up is echinacea 'Sombrero Salsa Red'. I've been very impressed with t
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 Unusual Perennials
       • Posted by: peaches20 6 PA on Thu, Oct 24, 13 at 14:59
              • 22 follow-ups, last one posted on Fri, Nov 1, 13 at 10:15
Hi, Looking for suggestions for unusual and weird looking plants. Suggestions welcome. Thanks, Peaches Follow-Up Postings: RE: Unusual Perennials Return to the Perennials Forum | Post a Follow-Up Un
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