Giana Miller
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Giana Miller left a comment for Giana Miller
"Just found out I am in zone 6b-7a. So really need some advise from anyone on perennials I can use mixed in with hostas, day lillies, and iris. I have planted Astilbe, Violet, Shadow Dancer marcia, Dahlia, Diamond frost Bacopa, and Columbine. I want…"
May 4, 2009
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Giana Miller left a comment for P Spohn
"Please share with us all the types of flowers in this picture. It is beautiful. I have divided two types of hostas over the last 10 years as well as day lillies. I also have two types of plants (don't know their names because I am new at this)…"
May 4, 2009
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Beginner
What kind of gardening do you like to do?
mixed with perreniials and annuals.
How much time do you spend a week on average in your garden when weather permits?
just a few hours watering and dead heading

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At 11:00pm on May 4, 2009, P Spohn said…
Hi. I like this site and I have had many responses. In my picture I have lillies, some roses, phlox, hibiscus, butterfly bush, crocosmia (color lucifer). I also throw in a lot of annuals. I love geraniums. The perennial crocosmia is absolutely carefree and so beautiful. I divided bulbs last yr and have many new ones this year. You would love this for August color. Hydrangea are also carefree. Lillies are carefree but need divided every 3-4 yrs. Shasta daisies are carefree but need deadheading. I hope this helps you.
At 9:23am on May 4, 2009, Giana Miller said…
Just found out I am in zone 6b-7a. So really need some advise from anyone on perennials I can use mixed in with hostas, day lillies, and iris. I have planted Astilbe, Violet, Shadow Dancer marcia, Dahlia, Diamond frost Bacopa, and Columbine. I want more color and flowering perennials 12-14 ". In the fall, I want to add some small shrubs. I am vacant in a few areas once all the perennials die doe the winter.
 
 
 

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