Jackie Robson

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5 Terrific Garden Pathways That You Shouldn’t Miss

Top Dreamer has a fantastic post by Ellie about some terrific garden pathway ideas that you can’t miss! These are all gorgeous pathway ideas that [.

Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’

is a liner producer specializing in perennials, grasses, hosta, bulbs, tropical foliage & carnivorous plants.

Lamium White Nancy  --- Lamiums make fine groundcovers under trees, either deciduous or limbed-up evergreens like cedars. But they can struggle in hot, humid climates. The only two I've found to grow well are White Nancy & Orchid Frost.

Lamium White Nancy --- Lamiums make fine groundcovers under trees, either deciduous or limbed-up evergreens like cedars. But they can struggle in hot, humid climates. The only two I've found to grow well are White Nancy Orchid Frost.

Dark leafed Actaea simplex ‘Hillside Black Beauty’ with Japanese forest grass (Hakenochloa macra ‘Aureola’) and blue annual Nigella damascena

The perennial border has been enlivened with the gold-and-green striped foliage of Japanese forest grass (Hakenochloa macra contrasting with the nearly black foliage of Actaea simplex Black pale blue annual lov

Full size picture of Variegated Japanese Knotweed, Speckled Mexican Bamboo 'Variegata' (Fallopia japonica)

PlantFiles Pictures: Variegated Japanese Knotweed, Speckled Mexican Bamboo 'Variegata' (Fallopia japonica) by kniphofia

White Snowberry -- Symphoricarpos albus.  Also known as White Coralberry. An important food and shelter source for birds. White bell-shaped flowers begin to bloom in late spring, with attractive snow white berries appearing in late summer. Tolerates a variety of soil types and thrives in clay.

Also known as White Coralberry, White Snowberry is a popular hollow stemmed deciduous shrub with opposite toothed or irregularly lobed leaves. A good wildlife shrub for thickets or hedgerows.

Tiarella cordifolia

GW zone 3 gal says tiarella ninja blooms forever and always looks good, see bookmarks bar Future Plants by Randy Stewart: Tiarella & Heucherella