If perennials are your preference in your landscape, then here is a dwarf options to strongly consider adding to your collection. Not everyone has the desire to add dwarf plants to their space but really it is something to consider and marvel at its beauty. All of this talk is about the Baby Pete Lily Of The Nile. This evergreen perennial meets both cottage and Mediterranean styles of landscapes.
With wide green leaves underneath its blooming blue buds it really is a quaint little bloomer. This <a href="http://www.villagenurseries.com/plant-library/first-category/agapanthus-orientalis-%27baby-pete%27-pp%2321705-%28baby-pete-lily-of-the-nile%29.html">Baby Pete Lily Of The Nile</a> is a water wise plant that needs watering once a week or more if you are located in or suffering extreme heat temperatures. So not only is it wise with your water but it is easy to care for. It does not produce buds and droppings--so this in turn means less work for you in your landscape to keep things tidy. It does the job for you! Since the flowers rarely set seed pods, there is then a longer season of color display from these handsome little things. As a way to keep up appearances though, you may want to pull dead flower stems. This will encourage new growth and delete the space from being deadened.
Now when we are talking about dwarf here, we are saying that it reaches to a maximum height of fifteen inches tall and twenty-four inches wide at most. The blooms come up about six to eight inches above the foliage. They are such a cute little set up this Baby Pete Lily Of The Nile. The color alone is showy and attractive. If you get a bunch of these all together it may look like a nice quaint flowerbed of them.
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