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Corn, Spinach and Bacon Muffins

Corn, Spinach and Bacon Muffins

A gallery of garden art balls created by Karen Weigert Enos | Seraphinas Artworks

A gallery of garden art balls created by Karen Weigert Enos | Seraphinas Artworks

Wine Cork and Mosaic Stone Bird House // Etsy Wednesday: 5 Eco-Friendly Accessories for Earth Day

Wine Cork and Mosaic Stone Bird House // Etsy Wednesday: 5 Eco-Friendly Accessories for Earth Day

Plant a path with sedum sarmentosum - spreads rapidly - good for poor soils.

Plant a path with sedum sarmentosum - spreads rapidly - good for poor soils.

Viola odorata White Czar  Sweet Violet  Type: Perennials,Groundcovers  Height: Short 6" (Plant 12" apart)  Bloom Time: Early Spring to Late Spring  Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Mostly Shady  Zones: 4-8   Find Your Zone  Soil Condition: Normal, Clay, Sandy, Acidic  Flower Color / Accent: White / White  Sparkling white. This old fashioned favorite does just fine in full sun as well as shade. Lush in growth with heart-shaped leaves that remain evergreen. Good for naturalizing.

Viola odorata White Czar Sweet Violet Type: Perennials,Groundcovers Height: Short 6" (Plant 12" apart) Bloom Time: Early Spring to Late Spring Sun-Shade: Full Sun to Mostly Shady Zones: 4-8 Find Your Zone Soil Condition: Normal, Clay, Sandy, Acidic Flower Color / Accent: White / White Sparkling white. This old fashioned favorite does just fine in full sun as well as shade. Lush in growth with heart-shaped leaves that remain evergreen. Good for naturalizing.

Mazus reptans: low growing ground cover,1 to 3" high, suitable for filling between stepping stones or in rock gardens.Stays semi-evergreen in the winter. Purplish-blue or white flowers appearing in late spring. Mazus grows in full sun to partial shade and prefers moist conditions. Being an herbaceous perennial, it can spread fast by its creeping stems which root at the nodes forming a thick mat. Mazus will take some foot traffic, has no disease or insect problems

Mazus reptans: low growing ground cover,1 to 3" high, suitable for filling between stepping stones or in rock gardens.Stays semi-evergreen in the winter. Purplish-blue or white flowers appearing in late spring. Mazus grows in full sun to partial shade and prefers moist conditions. Being an herbaceous perennial, it can spread fast by its creeping stems which root at the nodes forming a thick mat. Mazus will take some foot traffic, has no disease or insect problems

lithodora | File:Lithodora diffusa Heavenly Blue  Perennial spring to fall flowers  Ground cover - can spread 6'

lithodora | File:Lithodora diffusa Heavenly Blue Perennial spring to fall flowers Ground cover - can spread 6'