rockcress


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Hopkins) Rollins; Hairy Rockcress, Creamflower Rockcress; Slope woods in the new addition; Infrequent; C = 5; BSUH 16710.
A band of low-growing rockcress (Arabis caucasica 'Variegata') separates the two, while Helianthemum 'Wisley Primrose' adds a dash of bright yellow at the back.
Fungicides containing sulfur will repel flea beetles on rockcress and sweet alyssum.
Foliage plants in pots--variegated ivy and wall rockcress (Arabis caucasica)--provide a cooling counterpoint beside the table.
Sow seeds of hardy perennials such as columbine, coral bells, delphiniums, rockcress, and veronica directly in the ground.
Back in 1990, only about a dozen of the rockcress remained.
One rockcress grows at the base of a basalt outcropping dotted with orange and green lichens.
They include basket-of-gold, dead nettle, diascia, evergreen candytuft, most geraniums, nepeta, rockcress, Santa Barbara daisy, and Swan River daisy.
For the front of the border, consider variegated rockcress (Arabis ferdinandi-coburgii 'Variegata').
They include basket-of-gold (Aurinia saxatilis), dead nettle (Lamium maculatum), diascia, evergreen candytuft (Iberis sempervirens), geranium, nepeta, rockcress (Arabis), Santa Barbara daisy (Erigeron karvinskianus), Serbian bellflower (Campanula poscharskyana), and Swan River daisy (Brachycome multifida).
Sow seeds of frost-tolerant perennials such as columbine, coral bells, delphiniums, rockcress, and veronica directly in the ground.
February-March March-April Daffodils Ranunculus 'Golden Harvest' (yellow) Apricot Shades' with blue or |Pink Charm' (pink), Chinese forget-me-not with white wall rockcress (Cynoglossum amabile) (Arabis caucasica) Tulips 'Golden Harvest' or Mount 'Maureen' (white) with Hood' (white) with English 'Blue Bunting' columbine primrose (Primula polyantha) (Aquilegia) 'Mrs.
In late March, you'll see goldfields, mule ears, checker-bloom, sanicle, violets, and Douglas iris, among other species, followed through April and into early May by lupines, angelica, poppies, baby blue-eyes, owl's clover, rockcress, sun cups, tidy tips, and seathrift.
Rockcress (Arabis caucasica), white, pink, rose-purple; spring.