Rhythm & Blooms
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Rhythm & Blooms
101 Northwest 7Th Street
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Sep 14, 2016
Nursery owners reveal their favorite underused plants
It's easily shaped if you want to keep it smaller, round or prune into a hedge,” he says. “The more sun you put it in, the better.”
Anemone ‘Pocahontas' has double pink blossoms and gets only about 2 feet tall.
“It's an awesome-looking flower,” Bedner says. “It blooms later in the season. There aren't a lot of late-flowering perennials.”
It will thrive in sun or part shade and is drought-tolerant. Getting this plant and most others off on the right foot is critical to their success.
“When you first plant them, get them established well,” he says. “Give them water and a little TLC to start off with.”
One of the joys of his business is meeting with customers to create something special for their landscape.
“Getting them to know the different plants and options that they have, it's fun,” Bedner says. “You can actually teach them along the way. It's fun to help them succeed in what they want their house to look like.”
He's known may of those customers since childhood.
“You get to know them by their first name,” he says with a smile. “It's like a friend.”
Perennial euphorbia is another plant he guides his customers toward.
“It's one of my favorites,” he says. “They come in all different colors and heights; one in particular is ‘Tiny Tim.' The flower on it is amazing. It gets a cluster of flowers that almost look like buttercups in the spring.”
Pulmonaria is another favorite. “It's more of a shade-loving plant,” he says. “It has a very nice variegated leaf, then it gets a purple flower.”
Another shade or part-sun plant is heuchera.
“I like ‘Palace Purple',” he says. “It's one of the older varieties, but the color and the veining in the leaves is very nice.”
Bedner is also focusing on pollinator plants as part of the Million Pollinator Garden Challenge, a campaign to register a million public and private gardens and landscapes that support pollinators.
“One in three bites of food comes from a pollinator,” he says. “That is very important for our food supply.”
Ratibida columnifera, or Mexican hat plant, is a native that grows about 2 feet tall and has small flowers he describes as a cross between black-eyed Susans and coneflowers. “The birds, bees and butterflies all love it,” he says.
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