This sun-loving trio of perennials is drought-tolerant and easy-care. Rich, dark daylily blooms, reminiscent of chocolate, echo the dark stems of its perennial partner, Sedum 'Matrona'. Wispy foliage of Mexican feather grass catches the light and the breeze, introducing movement to this vignette. This planting combination provides blooms over a long period starting in early summer, and the aging blooms of the sedum provide extended interest with attractive seed heads.
6, 7, 8, 9
Afternoon Sun, Full Sun, Sun
Style: Cottage, Naturalistic, Northwest Eclectic
Focus: Color Theme, Flower Fest, Hellstrip / Parking Strip, Low Maintenance, Saving Water, Seasonal Flow
Season of Interest: Spring, Late Spring, Summer, Fall, Pleasing Seasonal Changes
Features: Color Theme, Drought Tolerant, Flower Fest, Pollinator, Warm Colors
Average Maintenance, Deadheading, Divide Plants to Rejuvenate