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Many tropical-looking plants aren't winter hardy below 15 to 20 degrees (USDA Zone 8). These beauties can go as low as Zone 6 or 7.
Karen creates separate zones and better flow in an open-concept lodge.
This sun-loving plant is a great source of color in summer.
Learn more about the goldenrain tree and its environment.
The japanese iris has the largest bloom of any iris and thrives in wet soil.
This shrubby perennial can be grown in masses and is great as a perennial border.
This short-lived perennial attracts butterflies and other wildlife.
This delicate perennnial with daisy-like blooms is great as a perennial border.
The chinese hibiscus attracts birds and butterflies and prefers a moist, well-drained soil.
This evergreen shrub goes great as a perennial border or as a bird or butterfly garden.
This showy native prairie plant can be grown in containers or be used in a perennial border.
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