Cat garden flowers


Cat garden flowers thrive in every style of garden, they are a crop of

ground-cover

plants that can bloom

from early

spring through fall

and provide a wealth

of beautiful color

and cheerful fragrance.

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For either native or non-native plants, new life-forms of shade

(petunias, impatiens and asters) are needed to make the most of large shade

trees. Of course, homeowners don’t have large shade trees to start with, but

in most locations, these evergreen plants can be trained onto a tree or

benched.

Click here for a list of shade perennials. The selection below focuses on

evergreens.

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plant

White Mallow

(Althaea spp.)

Komatsuna

(Brassica rapa var. japonica)

Peppermint

(Mentha x piperita)

Lobelius

(Lobelia cardinalis)

Mongolian

spruce (Picea

orientalis)

Myers'

Claytonia (Pritchardia

Myersi)

Black

Mexican lobelias (Lobelia

carrizoides)

New England

Pondweed (Potamogeton

distinctus)

Red

Grass (Claytonia

caroliniana)

Moss

(Hylocomium

maculatum)

Nun's

Creek

or Creeping hyacinth (Euphorbia

nunatia)

Chaparral

Pine (Pinus

lagunensis)

Periwinkle

(Vinca

maxima)

Gold

Filipendula (Narcissus

tazetta)

Ornamental

Geranium (Pelargonium)

Hydrangea

Scarlet

Runner Bean

Kudzu (Pueraria

phaseolosa)

Perennial

Japanese Knotweed (Fallopia

japonica)

Purple

Lantana (Lantana

amygdalina)

Alum Root

(Heuchera

carnea)

Alsike

Alyssum (Lobularia

ulmanii)

Click here

for a list of shade perennials.

Native

Perennials

Buckwheat

(Eriogonum

scabrum)

Gray

Lupine (Lupinus

umbellatus)

Nemophila

(Primula caerulea)

Butterfly

Bush (Buddleja

lucullata)

Desert

Salsola (Salsola

tragus)

Moon

Dew (Empetrum

hermaphroditum)

Arrowhead

(Sagittaria

latifolia)

Purple

Aster (Aster

amygdalina)

Mongolian

spruce (Picea

orientalis)

Lobelius

(Lobelia cardinalis)

Prickly

Lupine (Lupinus

paludosus)

Blue

Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium

angustifolium)

Orange

Spider-Lily (Calpidisca

foetida)

Click here

for a list of shade perennials.

A large number of options are available. After selecting a plant or

group, read the plant's application, care and maintenance needs before

purchasing it.

A selection of native perennials and annuals

is needed to take advantage of the landscape's native plant features. Since

color is the number one priority, annuals with colorful flowers are best. Of

course,

selected shade perennials are also

available.

Click here for a list of shade perennials.

All perennials

should be spaced at the desired height (based on the individual species'

growth rate). They will grow with the slope of the ground. For best color and

shape, perennials should be spaced at the desired height. This may require a

few adjustments to get the desired height. Take advantage of the shade

trees' protection. The shade trees will minimize the sunlight and make it

possible to position the plants so they do not receive too much sunlight.

Annual

seeds are available at all major nurseries and


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