Plant of the Week

Dark Beard Spirea

  • Dark Beard SpireaIf you want butterflies, fragrant flowers, low water plants that take little maintenance then look at this dark blue wonder.

  • The dark bearded flowers only grow to knee high and the prefect replacement for aggressive Russian sage but equally as pretty, a big bold plant.

 

 

NOW $49.00




KEN LAIN
The Mountain Gardener
Featured columnist for Prescott eNews

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What is an Annual Flowering Plant??

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What is a herbaceous perennial plant?

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Get Real Men’s Expo moved to August 20th

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Heat Tolerant Greens and Lettuce

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