Top Eight Best Landscaping Plants
There’s no more beautiful view in the garden without the existence of flowers and plants. They will color your life and bright your days. That’s why on this occasion, we will give you top eight list of best landscaping plants for your garden.
Gallery of Best Landscaping Plants
Picture One: Euphorbia
Almost any and all are welcome to garden unless they seed SO prolifically that they take all the fun out of life. The particular cultivar above is certainly one of everyone absolute favorites, Euphorbia Myrsinites or Donkey Tail Spurge. It has personality for season after season of interest, and then some! When used as a ground cover or trailing over the edge of a pot, it’s frequently the plant that garners the most attention in many of anyone designs, spring summer, and fall.
Picture Two: Hardy Geraniums and Nepeta or Catmint
Hardy Geraniums and Nepeta or Catmint
The two go together like Peanut Butter and Jelly. Pictured here are ‘Magnificum’ for its fantastically large blue flowers that are uber showy. And not to be outdone, the large foliage on my favorite ‘Magnificum’ gets the most de-lish fall color! Plus, if you whack it back half way through the season, she just says “Bring it on!” And keeps flowering until frost while showing those fall jewel tones. Catmint, ‘Walker’s Low’ is just a no brainer. Silvery foliage that looks great well before it ever blooms, drought tolerant, blooms ALL season until frost and Deer won’t eat it! What more could you want?
Picture Three: Sedum.
Why do everyone love these? Let’s count the names. Angelina, Voodoo, Chocolate Ball, Neon, Autumn Joy, Autumn Charm, October, Blue Spruce, Vera Jamison, Black Jack, Bertram Anderson. It is really drought tolerant, tough and forgiving of bad soils. What we have to say more? OK, foliage color, winter color, bloom colors, texture.
Picture Four: Hosta
One of the most architecturally perfect plants you should know. If the seduction of the foliage and variety of colors and textures were not enough, the flowers of whites and lavender surely would be right? No? How about intoxicating fragrance as a cut flower in a vase? See, got ya!!!
Picture Five: Salvia Officianalis ‘Tri-Color
It is pretty much speaks on its own behalf here. But, we will say this, drought tolerant, excellent foliage interest, summer blooms, not interesting to deer. You should buy more of them every year.
Picture Six: Japanese Maple
Small ones, short ones, tall ones, fat leaves skinny leaves of red, yellow, green and orange, even coral! Cool and mild weather is perfect for them.
Picture Seven: Hydrangea Paniculata
This defines the perfect Tri-Fecta plant. It’s easy-going from sun to part shade, it has lovely foliage that never wavers with disease issues. It has a huge number of flower styles, sizes and colors to choose from. It blooms forever (almost) AND it gets tremendous fall color all while holding those magnificent blooms into winter.
Picture Eight: Heuchera
These plants are a small addictive issue. It flowers for over 5 straight months every year. Usually you don’t really get them for their spectacular blooms but for the striking foliage and texture.
With this list of best landscaping plants, you will have colorful and beautiful garden that will bright your days.