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How pretty this would be framing a driveway Beautiful but I would not plant the lilies there....they multiply like crazy and will take over that bed in no time.

Landscaping 101: Different Types of Plants

Vines ~ Climbing plants allow you to take your garden to new heights when planted alongside a trellis, arbor, wall or fence. Most vines are perennials, coming back year after year to completely cover their supporting structure with blooms, fruit or leaves. Good choices are clematis bougainvillea, blackberry, gloriosa lily, honeysuckle, jasmine, mandevilla, trumpet vine and native wisteria. Find the best vines for your zone in our plant finder.

Tall Iris, 'Edith Wolford' is a herbaceous perennial that grows up to 48" tall. The beautiful yellow and blue flowers bloom mid spring. The plant is critter resistant and drought tolerant. Grows in sun to part shade. It is naturalizing and is used in mass plantings, borders, and beds. Zones 3-9

Lilyturf (Liriope), pretty ornamental grass that has long purple shoots as flowers. Grows well in Florida and I love this look along the path.

Arthropodium cirratum (Renga Renga) is a New Zealand native that can take dry shade and is hardy in zone 8 as long as it's in a fairly protected position. Just found some at Secret Garden Growers in Canby, OR.