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What we found for Sedum...

Sempervivum: Hens & Chicks Page

...Evergreen Sedum...

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Cascading Perennials Page

...t, consider later-blooming additions such as Parahebe olsenii, Origanum ‘Kent Beauty’ (Summer), Nepeta (Summer), Sedums or Helianthemum (May-June)....

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Deer Resistant Ornamentals Page

...eri - Matilija Poppy Rudbeckia spp. - Blackeyed Susan Ruta graveolens - Rue Santolina spp. - Cotton Lavender Sedum spp. - Stonecrop Sisyrinchium spp. - Blue-eyed Grass Thymus spp. - Thyme Trillium spp. - Wake Robin Tul...

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Pennisetum: Fountain Grass Page

...ulips. They also harmonize well with perennials and shrubs with contrasting leaf texture and flower color such as Rudbeckia, Sedum, Eryngium, Berberis, as well as most conifers and herbs. The flower racemes of Pennisetums resembl...

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Thymus: Thyme Page

...t for paths, hillsides and as a bark replacement in garden beds. ground cover thymes mix well with Herniaria 'Green Carpet', Sedum and Scleranthus 'Gnarled Cushion'. Wooly thyme offers a distinctive fuzzy, grey texture and color to t...

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Tricyrtis: Toad Lily Page

...Evergreen Sedum...

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Heuchera: Coral Bells Page

...Evergreen Sedum...

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Hardy Geranium: Cranesbill Page

...Evergreen Sedum...

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Narcissus: Daffodil Page

...Evergreen Sedum...

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Perovskia: Russian Sage Page

...arrangements or left on the plant for nice fall color. A good plant to combine with Perovskia would be Rudbeckia, Agastache, sedums or ornamental grasses. Perovskia atriplicifolia Lav...

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Add Spring color to your garden with Annuals

Annuals are planted every year and provide color summer till frost. Many annuals can be wintered over indoors or reseed outdoors providing extra value to their flower power!