Gemma McLeod
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Learn how to grow cucumbers vertically to get the most productive plant Growing cucumbers vertically also save lot of space

Learn how to grow cucumbers vertically to get the most productive plant. Growing cucumbers vertically also save lot of space, which is suitable for small gardens. - Garden Tips and Tricks

Perovskia Blue Spire - Russian Sage

Perovskia is a striking, small Himalayan shrub composed of subtle shades, also known as Russian Sage, Perovskia Blue Spire consists of aromatic leaves and upright spikes of violet-blue flowers.

Arcado Pink agastache flowers from seeds. First year flowering perennials.

Agastache seeds for sale. First year flowering perennial Agastache varieties with fragrant flowers and foliage.

Snow in Summer  An excellent groundcover for hot, sunny sites, snow in summer features fine-textured silver foliage topped by pure white star-shape flowers in late spring and early summer. It holds up to light foot traffic, too!  Name: Cerastium tomentosum  Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil  Plant Size: To 3 inches tall and several feet wide  Zones: 3-7Snow in Summer

Snow in Summer - An excellent groundcover for hot, sunny sites, snow in summer features fine-textured silver foliage topped by pure white star-shape flowers in late spring and early summer. It holds up to light foot traffic, too!

Nigella Damascena. Position: full sun Soil: any well-drained soil Rate of growth: fast growing Flowering period: July to September Flower colour: sky-blue Other features: excellent cut and dried flowers Hardiness: fully hardy annual

Position: full sun Soil: any well-drained soil Rate of growth: fast growing Flowering period: July to September Flower colour: sky-blue Other features: excellent cut and dried flowers Hardiness: fully hardy annual

Snail Vine for the cement walls of the yard. Grows fast and tolerates the desert... and I love the flowers!

Snail Vine for the fence or cement walls of the yard. Grows fast and tolerates the desert. and I love the flowers!

A planting of silvery Stachys ‘Big Ears’, the dark Sedum ‘Matrona’, phlox ‘Rosa Pastell’, with Echinops ritro ‘Veitch’s Blue’ to the rear (Left) and Agastache foeniculum (Right).

Why this works - Round purple Echinops, flat Sedum Matrona, pale pink Phlox, and Agastache spires contrasted with soft Stachys. All are drought-tolerant