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New Plants To Add To Your Garden

Gardening is a fun hobby that many people end up taking up as a way to help improve the look of their home. The right plants in the right places can create a beautiful visual display at different times of the year. It is largely a matter of figuring out what will grow where you live, when to grow it, and how to keep it alive in your climate. All of this is a learning process that can be quite frustrating early on. Those of us who garden eventually learn enough to take care of the traditional plants that we wanted to grow and start to get a bit more adventurous. Yes, a tulip or local wildflowers can be a particularly attractive addition to a garden, but there are plenty of plants out there to try. People keep breeding all new ones for aesthetics and resilience too. The plants offer beautiful new additions to your garden that might just be the element you’re looking for to complete a display.

Heuchera Forever Purple
Most of the time we tend to think of flower gardens as being about the blooms themselves rather than the plant, but the Forever Purple does a lot to counteract this with the leaves being a prominent part of the display as well. Their rich purple leaves have tasteful shine with them with the ruffled edges added depth to the color. Deeper veins add to the rich display and create a striking image that is capable of fitting in in gardens of various kinds. The plant is typically best used somewhere where its dense form will contribute to the look though and as a result, it tends to look best for dividing sections of a planter or bed. Forever Purples do flower and have small, bell flowers that look attractive in their own right, but they certainly aren’t the dominant features of this plant. Careful balancing of the bold colors of this plant with others is enough to create a tasteful display in many gardens, but it is worth noting that this plant favors cooler weather.

Poco Kniphofia

Poco Kniphofia
Finding the right color is what dictates what we put into our gardens. After all, there always seems to be that one flower that would look perfect, but it doesn’t necessarily match the color scheme we’re going for or the shape is wrong somehow. This set of cultivars is interesting in that people who bred it maintained the overall shape of the flower while creating several color options. The blooms of the flower are thin, hanging, bell-like cluster of blooms that create a thick mass around the stem that leads the flower to droop slightly. The look is striking and beautiful regardless of the color. Red, yellow, and orange cultivars are available and capable of fitting into a variety of floral arrangements. The plant itself is relatively hardy and capable of retaining water even through a drought. They do still need to be water relatively regularly to stay healthy and do best in relatively moderate weather but are capable of surviving hotter temperatures.

Heuchera Champagne
Interestingly enough, despite being of the same root plant as the Forever Purple, the Champagne actually looks quite different. This is largely down to the shift in colors. True to its name, the Champagne is of an overall lighter set of colors. Pale greens, reds, and golds all create a distinct yet beautiful look that feels less heavy than the Forever Purple. The only real evidence that they are related are the dark steps laced throughout the pale leaves. This plant is as thick as its counterpart, but the lighter colors make it a little bit more flexible in where you can plant it as it isn’t a visually anchoring. Additionally, the bell-like flowers of the champagne tend to stand out a little better from the plant and as a result, can add an even more tasteful appearance with their bright white blooms. The Champagne is a flexible version of the plant that is happy to grow in every season except winter.

Find interesting new plants to grow generally just involves checking larger nurseries. Many of them have their own pet projects where they try to create the perfect plant that they’ve always wanted. Even larger nurseries have greater resources for this sort of thing and regularly come up with new cultivators of particular plants all design to further the ability to turn a garden into one’s private world of beauty. That’s all many gardeners ever want.

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