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This sedum has been identified as Sedum sarmentosum. (Please see comments.) ***See June 11, 2011 for more about this sedum. http://bethlehem-pa-gardening.blogspot.com/2011/06/creeping-sedum.html **** . I have been trying to identify this sedum for years. Susan Harris of Sustainable and Urban Gardening raised the question again. Sedum lineare 'Golden Teardrop' shown at Dave’s Garden or Sedum acre. Margaret Roach of A Way to Garden cited an article from W.J Beale Botanical Garden that makes a…
Getting the Front Yard Planted!
A blog about organizing made easy and fun through motivation and inspiration.
An alternative to lawns that uses less water
Imagine a feathery emerald green lawn that needs watering only once a week and requires just two mowings a year. It may sound futuristic, but ‘Rana Creek’ fescue (Festuca)–a variety of a California native perennial bunchgrass–is available now.Landscape designer Michelle Comeau discovered its charms on a field trip to Rana Creek Habitat Restoration, a Monterey-area …
EasyFlex™ No Dig Edging, 50'
Use this easy-to-install edging to create a tidy border on garden beds, tree rings and walkways. Keeps mulch and gravel contained. No-dig edging installs on the soil surface using the included spikes. Easy to bend into curves. 50' of edging, 16 spikes and two connectors.
Everything You Need to Know About the Amazing Comfrey Plant - Garden and Happy
Every garden needs a comfrey plant. From its role in attracting pollinators to soil replenishment, it's an invaluable plant ally.
Easy Ground Covers: 7 Varieties to Enhance Any Landscape
A great solution to those patchy parts of your landscape, ‘ground cover’ is a general term for perennials that are known for their ability to spread. Not only do they enhance the areas of your lawn where grass is difficult to sustain, but they often require less water than grass and are a great way […]