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www.larksperennials.com Mid-July SUN and SHADE Gardens

Lark
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This year in my Wisconsin zone 4-5 we had ALOT of rain. The gardens are really starting to bloom. Shade gardening is one of my favorite, challenging. Please come take a stroll through my yard. I hope you enjoy it.

Yard Categories: Garden Shade Garden

Comments / Q&A

On September 16,2009 Kim said:

"Wow! Stunning, beautiful yard. "

On January 31,2009 Coastal Gardener said:

"I have the perfect spot for this daylily with that deep, deep color and would love to add it to my garden. What's its name?"

On November 12,2008 Lark said:

"In my Wisconsin zone 4-5 landscape a few drought tolerant plants are: russian sage, nepeta, basket of gold allysum, sedums (a new variety-Blackjack or Purple Emperor), yucca, spurge, baptisia, meadow sage(Maynite) and veronica (Sunny Border Blue, Red Fox). I think if you stick with some of your native plants that are drought tolerant (google it) you should have good luck. Also most drought tolerant plants need regular watering UNTIL THEY ARE WELL ESTABLISHED. Thank you for strolling my gardens a"

On November 11,2008 millet said:

"AS always, you don't fail to provide us beautiful views of your yard. Could you name some of the drought tolerant plants. I am currently setting up my yard in Florida. Since I will not be there most of the time, I need plants that will flower with less watering"

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