Salvia Plant – New Dimensions Rose Plant number: 1.468.630 The Perennial Sages are invaluable for their rich display of spiky flowers in the early summer border. This Dutch strain is compact, with chubby spikes of bright rose-pink flowers. Agastache Plants – Heatwave Agastache ‘Pink Panther’ Agastache ‘Heatwave’ Agastache rugosa ‘Little Adder’ Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’ Agastache ‘Kudos Coral’ Agastache ‘Apricot Sunrise’ Agastache
decided to plant a hybrid crape myrtle, and have not had any regrets. This is a more robust tree than th.
Plant Description. A prolific bloomer, perfect for edging paths and borders, with aromatic foliage that perfumes the garden when brushed against. Soft lilac flowers appear above the fine silvery-green foliage. A wonderful addition to a sunny border or herb garden.
Tips for Growing and Tending Lilacs – Check out these tips from area gardeners and landscapers about growing and tending lilacs. • Easy to grow.
Trim liberally. "I trim back my lilac plants in the fall, or they get crazy," says Johnson.
Melissa Lilac is part of the Lavandula genus and is a Lavender variety. Its scientific name is Lavandula angustifolia ‘Melissa Lilac’ . Light pink and white flowers with wonderful fragrance, great for culinary use.
Washington Creek Lavender now grows Grosso, Buena Vista, Royal Blue, Gros Bleu, Edelweiss (white) and Melissa (pink) varieties. The Wilsons have added plants each spring/early summer and lost a few to.
The fragrant flowers and foliage make it a favourite for herb gardens and in the perennial border. Will also grow fine in tubs or containers, but in colder regions the plants may then need shelter for the winter. This strain has silver-green foliage with masses of large, powdery lilac flower spikes.
To my delight, lilacs lived up to their reputation. The gorgeous lavender clusters of blooms emitted the most charming fragrance I’d ever encountered. Now is the time to plant this heavenly flowering.
“I put a drop of lavender essential oil on my pillow before I go to sleep.” – Melissa Joan Hart I’ve.
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‘Melissa Lilac’ enjoys such a soft, powdery color that it looks almost edible, like a lilac marshmallow, when it is in bud! Compact, fragrant, its stunning, large flower spikes and broad silvery-green foliage are a delightful sight in the garden.