Paul's New Plants
Master gardener Paul James shares his new plants with us: what they are, if they are good for your zone and where in your garden they would be happiest to grow.
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Filed under: Ornamental Grass, Foliage Plants, Garden Zone 4, Garden Zone 5, Garden Zone 6, Garden Zone 7
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Many camellias, the trademark shrub of the south, don't like frosty temperatures. But this new cold-tolerant variety can be grown in USDA Zone 6 (Zone 5 with protection). 'Winter's Snowman' or 'Ice Angels' produce white blooms in the middle of winter. Ultimately, this evergreen will reach a height of about 12 feet, but will remain only 4 to 5 feet wide.
Create a long-lasting garden using plants adapted to various weather conditions.
Many ornamental grasses are graceful garden ornaments, and then there are others that you'll wish you'd never planted.
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