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El cultivo de gardenias en maceta es una buena solución cuando no dispones de un jardín o vives en un lugar donde los inviernos son fríos

El cultivo de gardenias en maceta es una buena solución cuando no dispones de un jardín o vives en un lugar donde los inviernos son fríos

Liriope muscari...how not to confuse clumping monkey grass with its evil twin, creeping monkey grass!!!

Liriope muscari...how not to confuse clumping monkey grass with its evil twin, creeping monkey grass!!!

(1347) A Front-Yard Garden in No Time by Tom Peace. This guy has talent! Also, a good list at the end re: good clumpers and fillers. | Pinterest

(1347) A Front-Yard Garden in No Time by Tom Peace. This guy has talent! Also, a good list at the end re: good clumpers and fillers. | Pinterest

When designing your rock garden, think of the space as a series of eye-catching vignettes that paint the overall landscape. Here, the orange blooms of Eriogonum umbellatum stand out against the gray-green foliage and pink blooms of Mojave sage (Salvia pachyphylla). Both plants are drought-tolerant and thrive with little maintenance./

When designing your rock garden, think of the space as a series of eye-catching vignettes that paint the overall landscape. Here, the orange blooms of Eriogonum umbellatum stand out against the gray-green foliage and pink blooms of Mojave sage (Salvia pachyphylla). Both plants are drought-tolerant and thrive with little maintenance./

Convallaria majalis   Lily-of-the-Valley (no fail perennial for the northeast) Size: To 9 inches tall and several feet across  Grow it with: Japanese painted fern, a slow-spreading fern that creates season-long interest thanks to its silver- and burgundy-touched fronds

Convallaria majalis Lily-of-the-Valley (no fail perennial for the northeast) Size: To 9 inches tall and several feet across Grow it with: Japanese painted fern, a slow-spreading fern that creates season-long interest thanks to its silver- and burgundy-touched fronds

Blue star creeper? I saw it integrate with grass really well too!

Blue star creeper? I saw it integrate with grass really well too!

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