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Abies korena 'Hortsmann's Silberlocke' - slow growing.

Abies korena 'Hortsmann's Silberlocke' - slow growing.

Abies procera 'Glauca Prostrata'    Formerly Abies magnifica 'Prostrata'. A low spreading steely-blue conifer with prostrate branches .  A cultivar of the Noble Fir it grows slowly but would grow to 1.5m across in 10 years without pruning

Abies procera 'Glauca Prostrata' Formerly Abies magnifica 'Prostrata'. A low spreading steely-blue conifer with prostrate branches . A cultivar of the Noble Fir it grows slowly but would grow to 1.5m across in 10 years without pruning

A lovely front-yard plant, Dwarf Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris 'Nana') is a slow-growing evergreen with flaky red-brown or purple-gray bark with blue-green or yellow-green needles. Grows up to 12 feet tall and 22 feet wide in zones 3 to 7. | Photo: mobot.org | thisoldhouse.com

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A lovely front-yard plant, Dwarf Scots Pine (Pinus sylvestris 'Nana') is a slow-growing evergreen with flaky red-brown or purple-gray bark with blue-green or yellow-green needles. Grows up to 12 feet tall and 22 feet wide in zones 3 to 7. | Photo: mobot.org | thisoldhouse.com

Abies concolor Blue Cloak by KarlGercens.com, via Flickr

Abies concolor Blue Cloak by KarlGercens.com, via Flickr

Blanket Flower – Daisy-like flowers are red with yellow margins blooming in June through October. Plants grow 10 to 14 inches tall with gray-green, hairy leaves. Grows best in full sun in well-drained soil. Plants attract butterflies. Deer resistant. Photo shown: Gaillardia xgrandiflora ‘Kobold’.

Blanket Flower – Daisy-like flowers are red with yellow margins blooming in June through October. Plants grow 10 to 14 inches tall with gray-green, hairy leaves. Grows best in full sun in well-drained soil. Plants attract butterflies. Deer resistant. Photo shown: Gaillardia xgrandiflora ‘Kobold’.

wild columbine- In the woods behind my house each spring brings a new crop! Sometimes I cut the seed heads and scatter where I want them to grow! Shade, zone 5.

wild columbine- In the woods behind my house each spring brings a new crop! Sometimes I cut the seed heads and scatter where I want them to grow! Shade, zone 5.

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