Plants in The Evening Garden

Enjoying the evening in the garden is a highlight of growing flowers.  In this post, I share some of my favorite plants I recommend for you to enjoy in the evening garden.

Flowers in The Evening Garden

Take a walk with me in my evening garden and enjoy the flowers here in NW Ohio.  I share the flowers in action and some growing tips you won’t want to miss.

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The Lighting

In this video is featured a new product in my garden.  Check out this review and get some for yourself because I highly recommend them.

Landscape Lighting
  • Naturally Friendly LED Lighting Set of 8


I purchased the Naturally Friendly LED lights in Spring 2018 early spring and ended up going back and buying 2 more sets. I love the lighting and mood these solar LED lights create in my garden. The material used in this product is holding up great and I can’t believe they didn’t cost more. The area protecting the bulb is glass – very nice! Once late Autumn comes I will put these away before it snows just to keep them fresh for next year. I hope you will take advantage of this link I provide and buy some for your garden with my Amazon affiliate link.

Plants List

Below are the flowers I mention in the video featured on this page.  Listed below are reasons you should consider them in your evening garden walk. Some of the plants mentioned in this post are:

  • White Pillar Rose of Sharon – pure white flower with a very narrow columnar shape that will take up 1/2 the space of the traditional rose of Sharon.  This shrub grows 10-16′ tall and 3-4′ wide.
  • Rudbeckia – Annual in my garden that usually reseeds itself each year.  There are many different varieites.
  • Daylily – Perennial in my garden.
  • Blue Russian Sage – the bees love the flower of the Russian sage.  Give the perennial room to grow. I love how this plant is drought resisted and the deer stay away.
  • Blonde Ambition Blue Grama Grass – The horizontal eyelash-like chartreuse flowers appear in mid-summer and will continue to bloom for more than 4 weeks. Easy to grow and loves full sun / dry landscape.

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