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Cyclamen

Growing Cyclamen in your garden can be easy under the right conditions. Suited for shade or light shade in well drained soil. Mix with hardy perennials for a great fall/ winter garden. Only reaching a height of 8", plant near a shaded outdoor living area so they can be easily seen and enjoyed. Cyclamen also make a great container planting on decks and patios, with their bright colored flowers they will brighten up in garden or patio.

Fall Color

Along with the fall weather fall color is here! Alyssum with bright white flowers. Cyclamen with its dark green leaves and bright colored flowers in pink, purple, white and scarlet. Dianthus with its lacy blooms, pansies with their happy faces. Along with snapdragons and petunias. Enjoy the cooler weather and a pop of color in your flowerbeds.

White Cloud Muhly

White Cloud Muhly with masses of tall, delicate flowers create a white haze over the fine textured leaves. This muhly grass will be attractive through the winter months, making it a great addition to any landscape. Will work great as an accent plant are in large clumps that make a statement. Plant in full sun, water occasionally once established. Fast growing up to 4 feet tall with blooms and just as wide.

Midnight Marvel and Starry Starry Night Hibiscus

Two fresh new perennials that you do not want to overlook are the hardy hybrid hibiscus (say that three times fast!) Midnight Marvel and Starry Starry Night. These shrubs are bound to grab attention with their large blooms and dark purple foliage. Scarlet-red flowers open from round cups into plate-like blooms on the Midnight Marvel. In contrast, the Starry Starry Night bares light pink flowers with red veining, also blooming into flat discs. Unlike other hibiscus cultivars, flowers are produced from top to bottom of the shrub. Growing to be about 4 feet tall, these hibiscus will bloom continuously in full sun until the first frost.

Salvia

Salvia plants also known as sage, are long blooming, deer resistant and easy to care for. This garden perennial is essential for feeding honey bees and a favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies. Most salvias thrive in full sun but, will bloom in light shade. Salvia will grow in clay to sandy soil making them low maintenance. Heights from 12" to 3' with a spread of 2-4', will grow in zones 4-9. Trim back throughout the growing season to keep them under control and to increase blooming