What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 085

Rock Purslane (Calandrinia grandiflora). This handsome, sturdy succulent will give a loud punch of color to your garden. The real ...
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What’s Growing at The Cottage No. 084

Achillea millefolium (variety rubra ‘Rosy Red’) commonly known as yarrow. Deer resistant, tolerant of drought, heat, and poor soil! Yarrow ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 083

Air plants (Tillandsia) that can grow - and thrive - without soil! These bromeliads get all of the water and ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 082

Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia) or Moneywort. This is an old European garden plant and in England, it was known as ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 081

Pink naked ladies (Amaryllis belladonna). This plant produces green, leafy growth that emerges in spring and dies back by mid-summer ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 080

Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost.' This hybrid (and it’s definitely a hybrid because it doesn’t look like a Euphorbia!) produces masses of ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 079

Mexican Heather (Cuphea hyssopifolia) are tidy plants with finely textured, glossy, bright green leaves with nonstop lavender blooms. It’s native ...
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What’s Growing at The Cottage No. 078

Penstemon or beardtongues. If you’ve ever gone hiking in areas of western North America from May to August, you will ...
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What’s Growing at The Cottage No. 077

Ornamental sweet potato vine (Ipomoea batatas). While it does produce edible potato tubers, it tastes nowhere near the commercial variety ...
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What’s Growing At The Cottage No. 076

Lilies. There are hundreds of varieties and I’m not sure of the one we have. Globally, they rank fourth among ...
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