Plants You Should Know!
Andropogon gerardii ‘Blackhawks’, Schizachryium scoparium ‘Twilight Zone’ (pictured on left), and Sporobolous airoides are the perfect grasses to interplant this time of year. They all perform best in full sun and bloom September-October. The black and purple foliage of the ‘Blackhawks’ and ‘Twilight Zone’ are striking next to the airy, fine texture of Sporobolous airoides.
Echinacea Sombrero® ‘Granada Gold’ is one of the newest editions to the lineup. It has the same sought-after qualities as the other Sombrero® Echinacea: outstanding winter hardiness, compact habit, and exceptional branching. With its endless profusion of luminous, golden blooms, it may be a new staple in your garden!
This fast growing sedum can withstand the intense summer heat and tolerates drought. The white star-shaped flowers turn light pink as they age. The blooms will stick around all summer, from June through September.
Lo & Behold® 'Pink Micro Chip' Butterfly Bush
Are you looking for a small, drought tolerant shrub that will flower all summer long? Look no further!