LOOSESTRIFE, 'GYPSY BLOOD' (Lythrum salicaria) Perennial; Ht: 18"-24" Color: Purple Light: Sun to Part Shade; Spread: 15"-18" Bloom Period: Summer Soil: Moist Well Drained; Smaller than the Morden's Pink, produces purple-red flowers during summer and early fall. Good border plant. Does well in nearly any kind of soil. Can tolerate wet conditions.
Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound' ) Perennial Ht: Color: Silver-gray Light: Sun to Part Shade Spread: Bloom Period: Summer Soil: Poor Dry-Well Drained Makes silvery-gray mounds of soft foliage. Makes a good edging or border plant.
London Planetree Platanus x acerifolia Dense canopy great for reducing your energy bills or tree based energy conservation Medium to Fast Growing Brown flaking bark reveal cream color Grows to to with spread Zones 5 to 9
Thymus citriodorus 'Variegata'; Perennial; Ht: 6” Color: Lavender Light: Sun to Part Shade; Spread: 12”-18” Bloom Period: Spring Soil: Well Drained. Hardy evergreen perennial with small lemon scented leaves, which can be used for cooking. Excellent ground cover. Great in rock gardens. Tough, reliable and very cold/heat tolerant
COREOPSIS, 'EARLY SUNRISE' (Coreopsis grandiflora) Native Perennial; Ht: 18"-24" Color: Yellow Light: Sun to Part Shade. Spread: 10" Bloom Period: May to June Soil: Well Drained. Early blooming cultivar of the native Coreopsis. Bright yellow semi-double flowers cover this plant in spring. Easy to grow.
Coreopsis (coreopsis): Your plant is a perennial coreopsis. Coreopsis grows best in full sun and well drained soils. There are many that are very hardy; they bloom in mid-summer and some will, when chopped back in half after the first flush of flowers fade, continue to bloom into the fall. They are also native wildflowers that typically bloom late summer too.
SANTOLINA, GRAY (Santolina chamaecyparissus) Evergreen Perennial Shrub; Ht: 12"-18" Color: Yellow Light: Sun; Spread: 2' Bloom Period: Summer Soil: Poor Dry, well drained; Aromatic dense silver evergreen foliage makes this low spreading plant useful in many areas. Good in a rock garden. Flowers like bright yellow buttons in late spring. Loves heat.| Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Adding pavers around a standard concrete walkway can give your entrance a little something extra. And so much less expensive than redoing the whole thing. This would look great for our front walk way when we do finally get our sidewalk poured.