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I live in zone 7 and plant it anywhere in my yard. I use pineapple sage everywhere: in the sun and shade, and in pots. It grows great in just about any condition. If we have a mild winter it will com…More
I live in Walkerville in Gauteng, South Africa and have my plant growing against a fence in the sort of middle of my garden. It gets full sunlight through the morning and then the late afternoon shad…More
I live in zone 7; we have wild weather here. In the summer, the humidity is very high: Many plants suffer powdery mildew. Our lotus flowers are in a small pond in our front yard. They receive part su…More
I live in Val-Morin, Quebec, Canada, in the Laurentians, we are in a zone 4 area.The plant receives morning sun and shade for the rest of the day. I have ordinary good garden soil with compost added …More
We live in central Wisconsin, zone 4, the kiwi plant has approximately 4-6 hours of sunlight a day. It is planted on the northeast side of our yard. We have very heavy clay soil, which I try to amend…More
I live in north Georgia, zone 7. The peony is planted in a perennial bed in the front of my house with daylilies, irises and Autumn Joy sedum, among others. The soil is amended red clay. It has morni…More
Portland, Oregon - zone 8Growing in store container with original soil and in late spring it will be transferred into prepared, composted soil. Full sun for six hours per day. This trailing plant wil…More
Zone 5 Northeast Ohio; planted the blue clematis on the west side of our house that sits on a hill and gets a good bit of sun and on both sides of the arbor; well drained, rich soil. Lattice along t…More
London, England. My Dracunculus vulgaris gets early day sun and late day shade: it's on the east side of tall bush. I use normal bagged compost and water daily. While it was growing in the parking lo…More