types of perennials

Hot Springs National, AR

Can you tell me what perennials you used for this garden. I have an area very similiar to this that i have been trying to figure out what to do.

Milton, MA

Any pictures?

Manitoulin Island, Canada

Beautiful side bed, I really find it elegant. Would you be able to tell me what zone you are in Vancouver? I am in zone 4b. I would really appreaciate if you could provide me a list of the perennials you chose for this garden.

I am just starting to garden seriously.


I thank you,

Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

Sorry I didn't see this earlier ;o)

What you can see in this bed, from left-right:

A vareigated Caryopteris (you can barely see it)
Baptisia (grown from seed)
'Chocolate' Eupatorium (also from seed)
vareigated iris
'Mainacht' salvia
phlox (not yet in bloom)

Kalkaska, MI

This stands out even though it's a small garden. The colors, textures and composition all collaborate to give
the beholder a visual pleasure that is exceptional. Well done!

Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

Thanks for the kind words! I can't say it's the result of a master plan--I used some plants I already had, and then infilled with others that I liked ;o)

Rock Hill, SC

just gorgeous.thanks for posting pics

Murfreesboro, TN(Zone 7a)

You're very welcome...thanks for the feedback!

Defiance, OH

.....I am in need of info on the names of shade tolerant perrenials ?.....any help will be appreciated .....Parchaser2000 .....Defiance Ohio

Exeter, NH

here in NH, bleeding hearts do great

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