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liriope companions

5 Great Liriope Companion Plants and What Not to Grow

Liriope (Liriope muscari) also known as big blue lilyturf, lily turf, border grass, and monkey grass, is a very beautiful perennial that produces grass-like foliage and beautiful purple flowers on tall spikes. These ornamental grasses are often used as border plants, filler plants, and hedges and they can create a very charming look when grown …

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creeping jenny plants

6 Best Creeping Jenny Companion Plants and What Not to Grow

There is absolutely nothing creepy about Creeping Jenny (Lysimachia nummularia). This gorgeous creeping plant with its delicate golden yellow foliage is very popular in ornamental gardens. The plant will add plenty of contrast to your garden and is very useful as ground covers to keep the soil cool and moist. When this foliage flowers it …

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landscaping karl foerster grass

5 Great Karl Foerster Grass Companion Plants and what Not to Grow

Karl Foerster grass (Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster‘), also known as feather reed grass is a type of ornamental grass that is frequently seen in all sorts of landscaping projects. In fact, these are probably the most popular ornamental grasses that are used in landscaping projects. In 2001, this grass variety was named the Plant …

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What Does Goldenrod Look Like?

Goldenrod (Solidago spp.) is often confused with ragweed, getting blamed for fall’s seasonal hay fever. Despite being part of the same family, these two plants look nothing alike, with goldenrod having a very distinctive appearance. Most goldenrod species are identifiable by their bright yellow flowers, made up of clusters of individual tiny flowers. Their leaves …

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