Sunday, February 15, 2009

Mountain Snow Pieris and Other Plants for Shady Areas Under Trees

Pieris Mountain Snow, Pieris japonica 'Planow', is an ornamental shrub with year-round interest. Use one as an elegant accent plant near your perennial bed, or group several together for a casual, naturalized affect in a lesser-used area of your yard. It’s drought resistant and also renowned for its shade tolerance, so you can even use it in areas where other plants might fail to thrive.

Periwinkle For shady areas beneath shrubs, and in other dim places, even where grass won't grow, you can have a 12-month carpet of thick abundant, evergreen Peri...

Sedum, Improved Golden One of the finest ground covers for sunny dry slopes and banks. The Improved Gold Sedum has masses of yellow star-shaped flowers that cover it in late...

Walk on Me Plant Walk-On-Me Plant is a creeping thyme that grows only 3" tall. (Also called Mother of Thyme). Plant around flagstones or for a decorative, dense-grow...

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