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Artemisia Silver Mound (Mugwort, Wormwood, Dusty Miller, Ghost Plant)

Artemisia schmidtiana Silver Mound Height: Short 10-14" / Plant 16" apart Bloom Time: Not Applicable Sun-Shade: Full Sun Zones: 4-8 Get Your Zone Soil Condition: Normal, Sandy Flower Color / Accent: Silver / Silver

Lavender: A Treat for the Senses - American Meadows Blog

Lavender Anouk a bright and fragrant variety of Lavender. Planted in painted ceramic pot. Perfect fr almost any space indoors or out. Perfect on patio or bay window. These plants would also make a beautiful addition to an outdoor garden.

Creeping Thyme. Plant in full sun to partial shade. Will tolerate all soil Zones…

Herbal Remedies Tips and Links

I walk in my gardens on a July evening, admiring the lush green that abounds in midsummer. The bee balm is chest high and near blooming, the lavender, catnip, and oregano are in full flower; the sage, rosemary, thyme, and basil are growing tender new leaves almost daily; and the peppermint and lemon balm are spreading prodigiously.

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Expert Picks for Colorful Fall Perennials

The aromatic blooms of Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia) start in midsummer and last through midfall with little water or upkeep. The habit of 'Denim 'n Lace' (shown) is perkier than those of other Russian sages, making it a nice fit behind shorter plants in a border. This sage grows up to 32 inches high and wide. Full sun; Zones 4–9

Potted Gardens: An easy way to create backyard appeal

This plant is nicknamed the Angel’s Trumpets due to the trumpet shape of its flowers. This plant grows quickly and can bloom many trumpets at once at a young age. The plant favors full sun and blooms in the spring, summer and fall.

Kent Beauty Oregano - Origanum rotundifolium 'Kent Beauty'

Composting for the Homeowner » compost, compost pile The Homestead Survival::

Composting for the Homeowner » compost, compost pile The Homestead Survival::