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WANTED: wanted-plants or seeds for dry area

Posted by jessaroo OR (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 8, 05 at 11:21

I am looking for plants/seeds for an area of my garden that does not get rain. I am still really new with gardening and do not know what sorts of plants to look for.
I am also looking for more information about seed saving.

thanks,
jess


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RE: WANTED: wanted-plants or seeds for dry area

Stonecrop (sedum) is good for sunny dry areas. 'Autumn Joy' is particularly popular right now. Other good choices for dry areas are some of the ornamental grasses. Blue fescue is nice, as is mexican hair grass. Again, these like sun. Of course lavendar is the old stand by for a sunny dry area with poor soil. I'd be interested in what other people recommend, because I'm currently planting a garden that is dry, sunny for most of the day, and very hot because it's backed by a brick wall. Good luck Jessaroo


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RE: WANTED: wanted-plants or seeds for dry area

I have a hot dry sunny area under the south facing eave.

What is growing well there?

A climbing rose "Oranges and Lemons"
Feverfew (almost too well!!)
Hens and Chicks
Perennial Salvia
California Lilac
Chocolate Cosmos

For annuals I plant:
Godetia
Portulaca
Sunflowers


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