Most gardeners are familiar with classic perennials such as daylilies, peonies, hostas, and iris, but there's a whole host of lesser-known, underused perennials that can add color and interest to your garden. You may have to /

The 15 Most Underused Perennials

Baptisia - Enjoy towers of gorgeous blue, purple, yellow, or white flowers every spring with Baptisia, once commonly called False Indigo.

Shibori Indigo & Boro style Tote bags - Japanese Vintage Blue Homespun Shopping bag - Cotton Fabric - Natural hand dyed/ Plant dye - Tie dye

Shibori Indigo & Boro style Tote bags Japanese by Thealese …

'Over The Moon' Baby Shower - Inspired by This

Moon Themed Indigo Baby Shower

Frosty greens, deep mustard and creamy white blooms for a baby shower. // Moon Themed Indigo Baby Shower - Inspired By This

Love the contrast against the wall colour, and the way the hanging planters and draping plants add a vertical element to the room. (AMC)

How To Feng Shui Your Home For Better Balance

Love the contrast against the wall colour, and the way the hanging planters and draping plants add a vertical element to the room.

How good are these painted planters from Australian design duo Poppy Lane and Scott Gibson? Chic pots are not easy to find - especially sizable ones, big enough for large plants. So you can imagine my excitement upon discovering this colorful, graphic collection. The only foreseeable issue is

Popp & Scott

How good are these painted planters from Australian design duo Poppy Lane and Scott Gibson?

Before Indigo was used, "woad" was used.  "Woad is an old color. A conversation with history. A natural dye. An ugly plant. Locked in green leaves, compounds that break into pigments of blue."  -Curious Blue | HandEye

Before Indigo was used, "woad" was used. "Woad is an old color. A conversation with history. A natural dye. An ugly plant. Locked in green leaves, compounds that break into pigments of blue" - hand dye wool

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