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What's Growing On


July


Cross Walk

  • Zinnia ‘White Star’ - annual; small daisy-like flowers form a mounding habit; blooms profusely
  • Lagerstroemia 'Natchez' (crapemyrtle) - undisputed queen of crapemyrtles according to the US National Arboretum; “warm, cinnamon brown bark, lovely white flowers”
  • Echinacea purpurea ‘Kim’s Knee High’ (coneflower) - heavily flowering perennial with an orange cone center and hot pink petals; a little shorter than the species


Four Seasons Garden/Damson Aquatic Garden

  • Rudbeckia maximillian - black-eyed Susan reaching up to six feet tall; attracts goldfinches; drought-tolerant, easy to grow perennial
  • Hemerocallis ‘Hyperion’ (daylily) - a summer favorite with large canary-yellow blooms; located in the Damson Aquatic Garden; other daylily varieties planted throughout the garden also in bloom
  • Zantedeschia x ‘Schwerzwalde’ (calla lily) -  beautiful lily with a glossy purple flower above spotted foliage
  • Kalimeris pinnatifida (Korean aster) - mounding perennial with small double, daisy-like blooms on fine, apple-green colored foliage

Children's Garden

    • Hibiscus syriacus ‘Blue Satin’ (Rose of Sharon) - unusual large blue flowers on a sturdy shrub; attractive to butterflies
    • Rocket Bed - perfect display of red, white and blue: red begonia, white gomphrena and blue salvia make up this patriotic display
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    Hibiscus syriacus ‘Blue Satin’
    (Rose of Sharon)


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