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Rudbeckia laciniata 'Gold Ball', a favorite in Finland

winter-container-arrangement.jpg by Deborah Silver

One way to organize a creative winter garden expression is to decide on a center of interest, and design every other element to celebrate that one big idea.

Leave some room for the agastache!!! This perennial hyssop is a must have in the gardens....especially those with deserts. Colors range from deep purple to white with lots of red and oranges.  Most are winter hardy here and those that are not self seed well. For summer and fall it is the go to plant for our favorites....bees, hummers, and flutters.  Sanctuary Garden Design

La La Lavender and Purple- Echinacea purpurea 'After Midnight', Agastache 'Blackadder'

Agastaches and Echinaceas [Nice contrast in color and form.  Each sets off the other, and they both look good with the green foliage.]

Agastaches and Echinaceas in Early Morning Light. Such a pretty and hardy perennial combination 💜

Echinops Veitch's Blue, Perovskia Blue Spire, Agastache Black Adder at Pensthorpe

Echinops Veitch s Blue Perovskia Blue Spire Pensthorpe - Russian Sage

Allium Hollandicum with Ferns - Gardening Go

папоротники и луки! Allium Hollandicum with Ferns - Gardening Go

PINK ASTILBE (goat's beard): 1) Perennial 2) Shade loving with consistent moist soil 3) Foliage 8 in. tall, 1 to 2 ft. wide. Flower spikes 10 to 15 in. tall 4) Blooms mid-summer 5) attracts butterflies, deer resistant

Top 10 Flowers That Bloom all Year

PINK ASTILBE (goat's beard): Perennial Shade loving with consistent moist soil Foliage 8 in. tall, 1 to 2 ft. Flower spikes 10 to 15 in. Great landscaping tips!

Sammalleimu - Phlox subulata

Sammalleimu - Phlox subulata

AT HOME WITH JEMMA: The Christmas Sled #PicMonkey12 - 12 days of Christmas PicMonkey Challenge

The Christmas Sled

All sizes | ANDROSACE ALPINA (Androsace dei ghiacciai. Alpen-Mannsschild. Androsace des Alpes. Alpski oklep).Primulaceae via Flickr.

Would like to have a small rock garden somewhere in the yard (perhaps in the area of the swing since I'd like to have most of that area covered with small and medium-sized rocks)