Today we're focusing on blossoms with blue and lavender colors.
Vita Sackville-West and her husband Nigel Nicolson bought their home, Sissinghurst, in 1930 and gradually created one of the most famous gardens of all time.
A well-appointed garden needs not only flowers but also decorative foliage that is concurrently available to combine with the garden flowers in a vase.
There are many mounding plants, but they need to be interspersed in a garden with some vertical accents.
Color combinations can make plant neighbors “pop” and show us that more of the one thing is not always better.
Their flowers have two lips, a bit like snapdragon blooms, and there are approximately 250 species in the genus.
All meadow rues offer height in a shade garden.
This plant looks a bit like a stick figure with arms and a small mop of lavender blooms on top, mimicking hair.
The word derives from the Greek word xeros, which means dry.