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Opuntia cylindrica cristata ~"Brain Plant"~ Wanted this for Spring 2014.  Have perfect planters for ... dang, the luck!

Opuntia cylindrica cristata ~"Brain Plant"~ Wanted this for Spring 2014. Have perfect planters for ... dang, the luck!

Looking like it just rolled out of its garden bed, it's easy to see how Bad Hair Day Plant got its name. This very unique member of the cactus family is sure to add interest to your rock gardens and containers. This tropical is also drought tolerant and perfect for xeriscaping or use as an indoor plant.

Looking like it just rolled out of its garden bed, it's easy to see how Bad Hair Day Plant got its name. This very unique member of the cactus family is sure to add interest to your rock gardens and containers. This tropical is also drought tolerant and perfect for xeriscaping or use as an indoor plant.

Goldmound Spirea: An impressive garden shrub for colour effect, featuring light gold/bright green foliage which emerges bronze, turning red in fall, and flat-topped clusters of pink flowers in early summer; ideal size for garden detail use, forms a dense, compact ball, neat and tidy.-->MINI SUNGLO  Spirea is a smaller version of this.

Goldmound Spirea: An impressive garden shrub for colour effect, featuring light gold/bright green foliage which emerges bronze, turning red in fall, and flat-topped clusters of pink flowers in early summer; ideal size for garden detail use, forms a dense, compact ball, neat and tidy.-->MINI SUNGLO Spirea is a smaller version of this.

Creeping Jenny- hardy perennial plant that will thrive in full sun or shade. Purchase plants from nurseries in the spring and choose a site, in the shade or sun that drains well. Space these plants two feet apart, as they grow rapidly to fill in empty areas.

Creeping Jenny- hardy perennial plant that will thrive in full sun or shade. Purchase plants from nurseries in the spring and choose a site, in the shade or sun that drains well. Space these plants two feet apart, as they grow rapidly to fill in empty areas.

An elegant Japanese maple helps fill an empty spot on this backyard deck. Amy Mikkelsen of Your Southern Peach brought the maple in, along with many other potted plants and flowers to style her patio. See it on The Home Depot Blog.  || @yoursouthpeach

Potted Plants, Flowers Add Color to Patio Makeover

An elegant Japanese maple helps fill an empty spot on this backyard deck. Amy Mikkelsen of Your Southern Peach brought the maple in, along with many other potted plants and flowers to style her patio. See it on The Home Depot Blog. || @yoursouthpeach

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