Echeveria nodulosa Get the look: Its leaves contribute a pop of icy blue, in cooling contrast to the warm combo, while its swirled markings pick up the pink of the other plants’ leaves. Use three plants from 4-inch pots. Zones 8, 9, 12–24.
Jackmanii clematis. Yes, I'm obsessed with clematis. They are my favorite flowering vines. I will be planting my first Jackmanii this spring. It will be years before it ever looks like this--assuming I'm lucky enough mine becomes as beautiful and big as this one! by yolanda
I’m a big fan of good garden design, and architectural plants can go a long way towards curing any design flaws your garden is suffering from. Why? Because one of the major mistakes most gardeners make is lack of focus in the garden. When your beds start to look flat, or too busy, or not connected…chances are you really need some good focal points.
Tiger Flowers (also known as Mexican Shell Flower) are a must-plant for your mid-to late summer garden, with their eye-popping color and exotic patterns. While other flowers are fading, our Tigridia Mix will burst with a kaleidoscope of color and pattern. Hardy in zones 8-10, plant as annuals in cooler areas.