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Krauter Vasuvius Flowering Plum
Deodar Cedar, Calif. Christmas Tree
Judith Hybrid Daylily
Checkerbloom
Red Fringe Flower
Cecile Brunner Rose (polyantha)
Krauter Vasuvius Flowering Plum

Common name:Krauter Vasuvius Flowering Plum
Botanical name:Prunus cerasifera 'Krauter Vesuvius'

The 'Krauter Vesuvius' is a smaller growing, flowering plum that grows to 18' high by 12' wide. Its leaves are purple-black throughout the growing season, and the flowers have a light pink color.

Deodar Cedar, Calif. Christmas Tree

Common name:Deodar Cedar, Calif. Christmas Tree
Botanical name:Cedrus deodara

This fast-growing, coniferous evergreen is capable of reaching a size of 80' high by 40' wide. Its needle show a light, slilvery green color.

Judith Hybrid Daylily

Common name:Judith Hybrid Daylily
Botanical name:Hemerocallis 'Judith'

Coral pink with vivid rose eyezone. Our heaviest blooming pink. Up to 50 blooms per scape. -Greenwood Daylily Gardens

Checkerbloom

Common name:Checkerbloom
Botanical name:Sidalcea malviflora

This native perennial will grow about 2' tall and 2' wide. It has lobed, dark green leaves with pinkish purple flowers that bloom in early spring. Prefers limited water in summer; will come back with winter rains.

Red Fringe Flower

Common name:Red Fringe Flower
Botanical name:Loropetalum chinese 'Rubrum'

Red Fringe Flower is a 6-12' shrub with arching branches and light green and reddish leaves .

Cecile Brunner Rose (polyantha)

Common name:Cecile Brunner Rose (polyantha)
Botanical name:Rosa 'Cecile Brunner'

This climbing rose can grow as tall as 25 feet with support. It has become one of the most popular roses in cultivation because of its strong display in spring of lightly fragrant flowers that look like tiny, high centered hybrid tea roses. It is long-lived, disease resistant and tolerates everything from poor soil to partial shade.

Sustainable Landscaping Fundamentals

Sustainable landscaping is a term coined to mean sensible landscape practices that work within the limits of the Eco-system. This means within the limits of your local rainfall, soil conditions and sun patterns.

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Designer: Marsha Pouget

Mature Garden

Photographer: GardenSoft

Soils and Compost:

Incorporate compost 6" into your soil to retain water, reduce compaction, feed earthworms, and provide valuable nutrients to your plants.

Integrated Pest Management:

Attract, or buy beneficial insects such as ladybugs and lacewings to control pest outbreaks in your garden.