Daylily: (Hermerocallis – Sunset)
Description: 36″ high perennial. It has a flower that is orange with a yellow-gold throat. Daylily is a highly adaptable plant. It will thrive in most soil conditions and will tolerate light shade. This plant is drought resistant, and almost disease free. Daylily also has an extensive root system that makes it an excellent plant for soil erosion areas.
Hosta – (Undulata Albo Marginata)
Description: 22″ high, spreading plant. It has a blue-green leaf color, and a funnel-shaped, lavender flower that appears in July. Hosta will tolerate sun, and grows best in well-drained soils. This plant has an extensive root system, which makes it excellent for erosion control. It is also disease resistant.
Description: 1′ trailing evergreen. Spikes of snowy flowers bloom in April. At it’s best in shade and acid soil. Good cover under trees & shrubs.