Ruth's Ohio Garden - FineGardening

Ruth’s Ohio Garden – FineGardening

At the moment’s images are by Ruth Barker.

I really like all flowers and vegetation, and I really like experimenting with new introductions with my present plantings.

I favor to have many pollinators. I additionally favor a extra pure and wild look. I dwell in Ohio, Zone 6a. This 12 months I shall be planting dahlias. I’ve planted small borders prior to now. This 12 months I’ll make a huge impact. I additionally ordered a number of new irises. I simply love all the things about gardening!!

Nothing packs fairly the punch like poppies! (papaver orientaleZones 3–8).

close-up of many purple Allium flowersNumerous decorative onions (Allium, Zones 4–8) fill the spring backyard with purple.

close-up of combination of plants with colorful foliageA lot coloration of the foliage! A red-leaved Japanese maple (maple palmatumZones 5–9) enhances the heuchera’s golden coloration (Heuchera hybrid, Zones 4-9) underneath it.

flowerbed next to the white fence with pink and purple flowersA double-flowered azalea (Rhododendron hybrid, Zones 5–9) blooms in spring.

small garden bed and potted plants around the front entrance of the housesThe Hanging Pot of Pink Geraniums (pelargonium hybrid, Zones 8–10 or annual) shines completely towards the white wall behind it.

close-up of large purple lupine spiersLupines (Lupinus hybrids, Zones 2–8) are powerful to beat with their tall, dense whorls of purple flowers.

girl feeding koi fish in garden pondCease on the pond to feed the fish

garden bed with a variety of pink flowersThis planting is all pink, from pink phlox (Phlox paniculataZones 4–8), echinacea (echinacea purpleZones 3–8) and a lily (lily hybrid, Zones 5–9).

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