Tuesday, June 15, 2010

in my Garden



Mealy Cup Sage (Propagate to inside, tender perennial)

A herbaceous perennial that is commonly grown as an annual in most cold winter areas. Blooms continuously in warm weather, and survives light freezes. Full Sun
Planting: Mealy cup sage can be started by seed, cuttings or divisions.

in my Garden
Laymium, Dead Nettle: Partial shade, well-drained acidic soil; cool site


Coral Bells (HEW ker ah) Heuchera: rich organic soil: moist and well-drained: shade to light shade. Deadhead after bloom to improve appearance and encourage a slight re-bloom. Mulch annualy to keep covered. May lift and replant with the crown just above the soil. Propagate: Divide in autumn


Definition: When a plant is called herbaceous, it means that the stems are soft or succulent and green, as opposed to brown and woody. Generally soft, green, herbaceous growth will die back to the ground in cold, winter climates. The roots of the perennial plant are alive and well and new growth will emerge in the spring.

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