Plant this Southern Living Plant Combo for Shade
Let’s look at ‘Soft Caress’ Mahonia and ‘Lemon Lime’ Nandina to learn how to combine contrasting and harmonizing plant characteristics to stunning effect in the shade garden. #shadegarden #lemonlime #southernliving
Plant combinations: A Warm and Welcoming Entry
Street side plantings and entry gardens are always on duty. These high-profile front yard sites need visually striking landscape design and a palette of evergreen shrubs that never quit. Here's the plan! #companionplants #entrygarden #sidewalkgarden #boxwood #hellstrip
Landscape Design Idea from Southern Living
Pair boxwood and nandina and welcome guests with streetside plantings that merge function and style seamlessly. Take a look. #nandina #boxwood #southernliving #plantcombo
'Lemon Lime' Nandina - Super Low Maintenance Colorful Shrub
Jim Putman with HortTube explains why Lemon Lime Nandina is the perfect plant for a low maintenance landscape. #nandinas #compactnandina #lemonlimeplants #southernliving
Dynamic Duos from Southern Living - We love how Lemon Lime Nandina and Soft Caress Mahonia pair for effortless beauty. #gardendesign #plantcombos #companionplants #nandina #mahonia #slplants #southernlivingplants
Combine Lemon Lime Nandina and Soft Caress Mahonia for Easy-Care Beauty and Landscape Impact #gardendesign #plantcombos #companionplants #nandina #mahonia #slplants #southernlivingplants
Some Like it Hot! Plants designed to beat the heat
Southern Living®️️️️ Plant Collection Varieties Designated “FlameProof” By Dallas Arboretum. This year, Southern Living Plant Collection’s ‘Sunshine’ Ligustrum, Mood Ring™️ Podocarpus, and ‘Lemon Lime’ Nandina received the coveted FlameProof award. With evergreen foliage, these three heat-loving shrubs not only flourish through hot tropical summers, but look good all year long.
Have you ever visited a garden and been captivated by the dynamic plant combinations? Some plants are simply meant to grow together. Take, for example, the classic pairing of roses and clematis. Together they have more impact than when planted alone. The same is true of a hydrangea under-planted with ferns.