Walkway - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Vicki Farrell
manchester, Te
Question by farrellvl05
May 25, 2009
My walkway starts at the bottom of my front stairs and curves around the house to my garage. Between the house and walk I have lined it with Daylillies. I want to line the outside of the walk with something that it colorful, somewhat low lying, yet easy care. The area is facing the south and I live in middle Tennessee.
Thanks, Vicki


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Answer from NGA
May 25, 2009

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There are several easy care plants to consider. Phlox tops the list, seconded by Georgia Blue Veronica. Taller plants include Peonies, Shasta Daisies, Poppies, Rudbeckia and Bellflower. Echinacea (Black-eyed Susans) grow taller, but love sunshine and are easy to grow. Best wishes with your garden!

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