Echeveria runyonii ‘Topsy Turvy’

Echeveria runyonii ‘Topsy Turvy’ This powdery blue-grey succulent has gained popularity with home gardeners in recent years and adds a pop of brightness to any succulent garden. The leaves form a rosette that is upwardly curved and inversely keeled. The tips of the leaves point inwards and the entire rosette has a somewhat curly look to it. Propagation of this unique Echeveria is from offsets that can be gently pulled away from the mother plant and planted elsewhere in the garden. Echeveria runyonii is native to Mexico and can be planted in full sun in coastal communities and part sun / afternoon shade inland. Its curly shape adds a unique texture to rock gardens, borders and containers and

Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia maritime)

Sweet Alyssum (Lobularia maritime) This lovely, fragrant ground cover has been a favorite flower of home gardeners for many generations. Alyssum is covered with dainty and very fragrant flowers from early spring through fall. It grows 4-10” tall and 10-12” wide. This plant does best if grown in full sun. Alyssum is often used as a border, in mass plantings, containers or hanging baskets, and creates a soft, billowy look as it trails over edges. However, Alyssum is also an excellent plant to be included in your vegetable garden. This sweet little flower attracts the “3 P’s” that every home gardener wants in their veggie garden: Pollinators such as honeybees help to fertilize flowers, therefor

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