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Image: Bluebells in Bigsweir Wood

Image: Bluebells in Bigsweir Wood

Genus: Hemerocallis varieties  Zones: 3 to 9 Cost: From $4  Expert says: "Daylilies are gorgeous and easy to divide. You can build a fine collection of colors and shapes by acquiring a few plants each year." —Barbara Damrosch, farmer and author, Harborside, Maine

Genus: Hemerocallis varieties Zones: 3 to 9 Cost: From $4 Expert says: "Daylilies are gorgeous and easy to divide. You can build a fine collection of colors and shapes by acquiring a few plants each year." —Barbara Damrosch, farmer and author, Harborside, Maine

Genus: Lavandula spp. Zones: 5 to 9 Cost: $6 to $10 Expert Says: "Lavender's practically indestructible, genuinely deer-resistant, and comes in beautiful hues." — Robert Kourik, garden designer, Sebastopol, California This story originally appeared on CountryLiving.com

Genus: Lavandula spp. Zones: 5 to 9 Cost: $6 to $10 Expert Says: "Lavender's practically indestructible, genuinely deer-resistant, and comes in beautiful hues." — Robert Kourik, garden designer, Sebastopol, California This story originally appeared on CountryLiving.com

In this photo, Veronica umbrosa, Allium schoenoprasum, Amsonia tabernaemontana, and iris create a melange of blues.

In this photo, Veronica umbrosa, Allium schoenoprasum, Amsonia tabernaemontana, and iris create a melange of blues.

beautiful mix of perennial flowers bloom in a wide range of blue, white, yellow, red, and purple colors against a brown, stone, wall

beautiful mix of perennial flowers bloom in a wide range of blue, white, yellow, red, and purple colors against a brown, stone, wall

John Creech Sedum. The spreading, low growing sedums are standards in rock gardens, where they spill over the stones & seem to require no care. They form tight mats that usually don’t get taller than 6″ & reach that height only when in bloom. Sedums will root along their stems, where they make contact with the ground. They can be a bit slick to walk on, but are nice between pavers & encircling patios.

John Creech Sedum. The spreading, low growing sedums are standards in rock gardens, where they spill over the stones & seem to require no care. They form tight mats that usually don’t get taller than 6″ & reach that height only when in bloom. Sedums will root along their stems, where they make contact with the ground. They can be a bit slick to walk on, but are nice between pavers & encircling patios.

Brighten up sheltered spots in your landscape with these easy-to-grow shade plants that come back year after year.

Brighten up sheltered spots in your landscape with these easy-to-grow shade plants that come back year after year.

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