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Dianella tasmanica - Flowers

Tasmanian Flax Lily (Dianella tasmanica)

Dianella tasmanica 'Tasred' [Flax Lily] part of the Liliaceae family with Blue & Yellow flowers flowering in Spring avaliable from Australian Native Plants located in Ventura, CA

Mealycup sage Salvia Cathedral™ series Type Tender perennial Blooms Deep violet, lavender or white flowers from spring to fall; cut spent center stem to leaf joint so side stems develop more quickly Light Full sun to part shade Size 18 to 24 in. tall, 13 to 16 in. wide Cold-hardy USDA zones 9 to 11 Heat-tolerant AHS zones 12 to 1

A colorful, low-maintenance bed

Salvia, Cathedral™ Deep Blue,Blooms quickly and displays rich color well into late summer

Cosmos Historians believe that the seeds of the flowers, originally from Mexico, were brought in with bags of feed for English horses during the war and today they flower in luminous marshmallow shades of pink and white from late summer to late autumn.

A Garden in the Mountains

This Colorado gardener didn't let cold temperatures, high elevation, or a small space stop her from creating a top-notch landscape.

Veltheimia Capensis. Grows to 45cm. Full sun to part shade.

Veltheimia Capensis (sand lily) - grows to a foot high - full sun to part shade - 25 to 30 degree minimum

Start a Chocolate Garden

Start a Chocolate Garden

Chocolate Cosmos Plants don't get much better than chocolate cosmos, which both looks and smells like chocolaty goodness! The burgundy-maroon flowers appear all summer long on tall stems and bear a rich scent. Name: Cosmos atrosanguineus

Imagine a garden with the fragrance of a freshly opened box of delicious chocolates!  It's not as crazy as it sounds. There are a handful of plants that have a distinct chocolate scent, reminiscent of milk chocolate with a dash of vanilla.   Delightful! Come browse the list and get started on your own chocolate-themed garden! #ad

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Imagine a garden with the fragrance of a freshly opened box of delicious chocolates! It's not as crazy as it sounds. There are a handful of plants that have a distinct chocolate scent, reminiscent of milk chocolate with a dash of vanilla.

Hosta

Hosta

Astilbe ‘Peach Blossom’ | From Gilbert H. Wild & Son

Delicate peach flowers with a hint of pink, its plumes are full and lend a frothy appearance to the clump.

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