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Anise Hyssop (Agastache 'Lilac Moon')
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Cool bicolored Hummingbird Mint that has masses of flowers that appear from orange buds which quickly change to luminous light lavender when open. To 30″ tall and forming a clump this very, very, long blooming perennial is delightful for hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. A soft pastel coloration that pairs wonderfully with light yellow flowers and even blue. Great in seasonal containers. Blooms non-stop from June to October. Do not remove flower spikes as new flowers will appear continuously from the same spike. Rich, WELL DRAINED soil with light, consistent summer water. Its best to water Agastaches consistently during their first year in the ground- to establish a large root system. Ideal on slopes- to assist in drainage in winter. Double dig soil to incorporate lots of oxygen in the soil. One of our favorite introductions. An amazing combination of flower colors on a single plant. Do not cut back until new growth has flushed out in spring and all threat of a hard freeze has passed.
 10:44 am. A very gentle, unassuming blossom, and an undemanding Marsh Mallow (Althaea officinalis)
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Acquired: 2015
Eliminated: 2019
Lovely border plant. Angelonia (Angelonia angustifolia)
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Annual - Laura's Front Flowerbed
Acquired: 2018
Started from small seedling Eastern Redbud (Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy')
Have
Acquired: 2018
Photo courtesy Joy Creek Nursery.  Used with permission. Clematis (Clematis cirrhosa 'Wisley Cream')
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Image Calamint (Clinopodium grandiflorum 'Variegata')
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Full sun. Height: 24". Water weekly during dry spells.
Trim faded flowers for extended bloom and to maintain a neat appearance.
Acquired: 2018 RIP: 2019 (Portland Back Garden)
credit: Captain-tucker Shrubby Cinquefoil (Dasiphora fruticosa 'McKay's White')
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Not sure if this is the correct species.
Did not thrive after being moved - 2019 (Hood River - Side Garden)
Image Larkspur (Delphinium elatum New Millennium™ Black Eyed Angels)
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Failure to thrive (Hood River - Side Garden)
Image Coneflower (Echinacea purpurea 'Doppelganger')
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Failure to thrive (Portland Back Garden)
Credit: Fleuroselect, used with permission Sea Holly (Eryngium planum 'Blue Glitter')
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Failure to thrive.
Acquired: 2018
Image Blanket Flower (Gaillardia Mesa™ Bright Bicolor)
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Annual - In a pot at Laura's
Acquired: 2018
Full sun Coral Bells (Heuchera 'Midnight Rose')
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Failure to thrive (Hood River - Front Garden)
Spring Stonecrop (Hylotelephium SunSparkler® Firecracker)
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Failure to thrive (Portland - Garden Pots)
Image Border Penstemon (Penstemon Firebird)
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Don't think I have this anymore. (Hood River - Side Garden)
Image Border Penstemon (Penstemon 'Thorn')
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Don't think I have this anymore. (Hood River - Side Garden)
#Pollination #Bee Russian Sage (Perovskia 'Little Spire')
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Failure to thrive (Hood River - Side Garden)
Image Russian Sage (Perovskia atriplicifolia)
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From seed started warm, then moved to refrigerator. Jacob's Ladder (Polemonium pulcherrimum)
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Spreader! (Hood River - Front Garden)
Image Polystichum setiferum 'Plumosum densum'
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Image Rose (Rosa 'Lyda Rose')
Want
From Larisa of PNW Plant Geeks: My new favorite rose, Lyda, is not merely shade tolerant, it has grown in one season from a 4" start to a 3' shrub, graced with these clusters of sweet, single blossoms over *impeccably clean foliage*, in bright shade, in a 3 gallon pot. The thorns are small and soft; I've had no problems walking past it in my gazebo doorway.
I also enjoy how the petals hang on after the business parts of the flower are done. I hadn't seen that in a rose, before.

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