Cerastium Tomentosum – Snow in Summer

Cerastium Tomentosum Snow in Summer European native Considered a short-lived perennial, that is easy to propagate with cuttings and will easily reseed itself if not sheared after blooming. Size: 4-6″ (height x 15-18″ wide Growth rate, habit: slow, upright arching clump Foliage: Silvery gray wooly leaves, evergreen Flowers:   Small white blooms with yellow centers   […]

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How changing the gardens contents can change its vitality

The Going Native journey is not a statement. It’s not political, not artistic, not religious. It’s a journey by steps towards the best habitat I can create. It’s the new age ideal, ‘we are everything, and everything is us’, brought back to the physical.  It’s finding pure balance in the nature I create. But it’s […]

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Back Yard Plant List

The plants I track in my Colorado garden. Zone: 5 Light:  Mostly part-shade to deep shade.  Looking out my patio I face northwest and the majority of the yard is shaded by numerous trees throughout the day.  The most sunny spot is it the Northwest tip of the yard where I have my flower and […]

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