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As the tree grows, its outer bark delicately peels to reveal the inner bark, which starts out in pastel green and deepens into orange, red, pastel blue, and sunset pink hues. Our cheerfully decorated Turner Pavilion Teahouse offers a peaceful respite to warm your hands with a hot holiday beverage and delicious snack. Place plants 6 to 12 inches apart, depending on the variety. Loosen soil to a depth of 12 inches and mix in 2 to 4 inches of compost. Dig a hole twice the diameter of the root ball and place the plant in the hole so the top of the root ball is level with the soil.

This includes RBG’s Winter Wonders Experience for December 27-30, and January 2-3. Discover unique garden products curated by the Garden Design editors, plus items you can use to solve problems in your garden right now, and best sellers from around the web. Combine in a mixed border with other cottage-style plants such as cranesbill geranium, coral bells, iris, roses, columbine, artemisia, and lavender. Line a pathway with shorter varieties that bloom at different times for a season-long display of color. Place window boxes on a side of your house that receives full sun and plant dianthus in cheerful colors for a nostalgic, cottage-style effect. Plant alpine types in a rockery with other rock garden plants such as columbine, sedums, thyme, creeping phlox, and lamb’s ear. Edge the front of a border with low-growing perennial varieties.
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These bell-shaped blooms grow in both white and blue-purple varieties, but white is less common. Learn about the Hicks family, who built many of the park's historic structures, and the Avondale era, when mill employees came to Camp Helen with their families for summer vacations from the 1940s through the 1980s. The tour is sure to delight history buffs and curious visitors. Kincardine is steeped in Scottish heritage, culture & experience. Rhizomatous types need to be divided every 3-5 years, typically soon after bloom time. A reduction in blooming or rhizomes being pushed up out of the soil can be signs that it’s time to dig them up and divide. If this is a dividing year, don’t cut the foliage back - so you know where they are. Dig the rhizomes up carefully and divide them by pulling apart with your hands.
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Experience our beautiful botanic gardens and the most biodiverse place on Earth. Visit our world-leading botanic gardens and discover our science and conservation work. Sometimes called pincushions, this summer bloomer is fairly tolerant of drought and grows best in well-drained soil. These bold blue buds flower just three months after planting and can produce up to 20 flowers per bulb. Though beautiful, all parts of this flower (also known as wolf's bane) are poisonous if ingested or if its sap comes in contact with mucous membranes. Always take care to use gloves and wash hands after handling monkshood. Gentians make great ground covering but can be tricky to grow. For the best chance of success, purchase and plant them when they are about to bloom.

A perfect variety for late summer, fall or winter gardening, the bright red color becomes much darker when grown in the winter. (This variety may not do well if planted in the spring.) Long, tapered roots grow to 10 to 12 inches long. For reliable summer color, you can’t beat Asiatic lilies. These bright charmers are available in a cheerful variety of yellow, orange, red, white, cream, rose, purple, and bicolors. These lilies grow easily from bulbs planted in the spring or fall. Each year, these vigorous plants form bigger and better clumps, which you can dig and divide to share with friends or spread around your garden.