Posts Tagged ‘Lavender’
(Tall Garden Phlox) The unexpected foliage of Phlox paniculata ‘Shockwave’PPAF will add a jolt to the garden landscape. The leaves of ‘Shockwave’PPAF emerge a deep green with prominent, yellow margins that lighten to creamy yellow as the season progresses. Large clusters of lavender pink flowers with white starburst centers are produced in summer through late summer. A unique, fragrant addition to any garden!
I am in love with the unique foliage of ‘Shockwave‘!
(Clematis) Clematis ‘Sugar Candy’ is a striking cultivar which is free flowering both in the spring and late summer. ‘Sugar Candy’ has large 6-7″ flowers with pinkish mauve pointed petals and a darker pink center bar. This is a great ‘Queen of the Vines’ as it blooms mostly all summer from May-September.
One of the first signs of Spring is the mass of color that Creeping Phlox Display. You see it on the hillsides, as borders, and planted hear and there in gardens.
Phlox colors range from snow white, candy striped, to shades of pink and lavender Phlox ushers in spring with a profusion of fabulous color.Creeping Phlox loves Full Sun and grows best in well drained soil. Phlox is a versatile, low-growing perennial that flowers in late spring and grows well in rocky or sloped areas.