Really love this yarrow. It is a deep pink and salmon color.
Just planted this delphineum. I got it at a local grocery store where I have purchased some of my best plants. Last time I went there I had more flowers in my cart than food.
This echinacea is called "Tiki Torch." How appropriate.
1. Buy only what you love.
2. Plant alot of flowers as closely as possible.
3. Mulch, mulch, mulch.
4. Water often.
5. Try to keep dogs from digging out all the flowers. Hear that, Belle and Bonnie?
6. Sit back and enjoy.
If a Master gardener came into my garden he or she would probably have a heart attack because I don't follow any real rules of gardening. I don't amend my soil, I don't deadhead like I should, and sometimes except for watering and a little fertilizer once in a while, my flowers are left to their own devices. So far, my flowers have done really well. The only flower I have never had any luck with is astilbe. And last year practically all my hydrangeas died because I wasn't here to water them for five weeks when we went to Alaska.