Rozanne’s at the Front Door

“Knock knock.” “Who’s there?” “Rozanne”. “Rozanne who?” “Geranium Rozanne-Facebook’s #1 flower personality!” Who wouldn’t want to let her, or her friends, into your garden? Check out our POP downloads for more details.

Region: Mid-Atlantic, MidWest, Northeast

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A Sunny Oasis for Pollinators to Visit

Pollinator plants are key part of today’s desired ecosystem. This design show plants that thrive in sunny locations to fill this important role. Check out our POP downloads for more details.

Region: MidWest, Northeast

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A Cool, Calm Corner

This corner garden design provides color spring to fall. Vivid blue flowers of Ajuga begin the show, followed by the lovely violet flowers of Rozanne, with soft, smokey purple plumes of Fountain Grass finishing out the season. Check out our POP downloads for more details.

Region: MidWest

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Seasonal Kaleidoscope of Color

What’s great about using perennials in the garden is the opportunity to have changing patterns of interest throughout the seasons. And just like the changing patterns of toy kaleidoscopes, this garden designs delivers changing patterns for our delight. Check out our POP downloads for more details.

Region: MidWest, Northeast

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Hot, Dry and Lovin’ It!

No SPF 50+ needed for these thick-skinned toughies! However, you should wear some doing garden maintenance—and you’ll need to drink more than they do! Hot? Dry? Bring it on—they love it! Check out our POP downloads for more details.

Region: MidWest

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A Fragrance Filled Retreat

Quickly—what’s the first thing you do when given a flowering plant or bunch of flowers? You take a whiff, right?. Not only is there visual stimulation, but also this extra sensory experience for our gardens and pleasure. So, sit back, relax, and smell the roses—er—these perennials! Check out our POP downloads for more details

Region: Mid-Atlantic, Northeast

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Pollinator Highway

Every good highway needs good diners along the way to provide rest and refreshment. This design shows how to use a fence line to create a pollinator highway complete with plenty of rest stops. Although chickens may have crossed the road to get there, we think this design shows egg-actly how to build a highway that bees, butterflies and birds will love to travel—even without the chickens! Check out our POP downloads for more info.

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