Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Perennial Leaves, Forming Perennial and more!

Drought? No Problem. These Plants Grow Naturally in Dry Environments --> http://www.hgtvgardens.com/photos/flowering-plants-photos/plants-for-dry-free-draining-soil?soc=pinterest

[ Tips: Growing Lavender ] It will thrive in a sunny, sheltered position in well-drained soil. The plants can tolerate poor, stony soils and very dry conditions once they are established, but will suffer if kept in damp soil for a long period. Watch it grow outdoors or indoors with a few handy tips. ~ from the HerbExpert.co.uk

Lychnis coronaria Atrosanguinea Bright magenta flowers over felty, silver foliage. Great for sunny, dry areas. Flowers for ages, but can be short lived in a wet, cold winter. To 1.2m Hardy. At a glance Common Name Rose campion Type Hardy perennial Height 90cm to 1.2m Colour Pink Spread Rate Slow Flowering Mid Summer Pollination Attractive to pollinators Soil Type Dry, poor soil preferred