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Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week - Boa Agastache or Hummingbird Mint

In the Garden

Plant of the Week - Boa Agastache or Hummingbird Mint

Hummingbird Mint is an herbaceous perennial with violet-blue spikes of flowers.

Plant of the Week - Boa Agastache or Hummingbird Mint

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week - Dancing Flames Salvia Salvia

In the Garden

Plant of the Week - Dancing Flames Salvia Salvia

Bryce looks at gardening trends and revists projects in his home landscape.

Plant of the Week - Dancing Flames Salvia Salvia

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week- Friendship Sage

In the Garden

Plant of the Week- Friendship Sage

Amistad Salvia is a hybrid salvia that grows 3-4 feet tall, shorter than most salvias.

Plant of the Week- Friendship Sage

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week- Incense Passion Flower

In the Garden

Plant of the Week- Incense Passion Flower

Incense Passion Flower has 3-4 inch deep purple blooms. One of the hardiest passion vines.

Plant of the Week- Incense Passion Flower

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week- Sun King Aralia Aralia cordata ‘Sun

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Plant of the Week- Sun King Aralia Aralia cordata ‘Sun

This gold form of Aralia has big, bold leaves that are chartruese. Fast-growing plant.

Plant of the Week- Sun King Aralia Aralia cordata ‘Sun

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week-Ornamental Onion

In the Garden

Plant of the Week-Ornamental Onion

Ornamental Onion is a perennial with purple flowers that form ball clusters.

Plant of the Week-Ornamental Onion

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week-Korean Feather Reed Grass

In the Garden

Plant of the Week-Korean Feather Reed Grass

Korean Feather Reed Grass is an ornamental grass with pinkish tinged plumes in summer.

Plant of the Week-Korean Feather Reed Grass

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week-Double Purple Datura/ Jimson Weed

In the Garden

Plant of the Week-Double Purple Datura/ Jimson Weed

Double Purple Datura is an herbaceous annual with large purple to white flowers.

Plant of the Week-Double Purple Datura/ Jimson Weed

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Hearty Fig Ficus carica

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Hearty Fig Ficus carica

Many cultivars of fig grow well in North Carolina and the fruit is edible.

Plant of the Week: Hearty Fig Ficus carica

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Hearts of Gold Redbud Cercis canadensis

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Hearts of Gold Redbud Cercis canadensis

North Carolina State graduate, Jon Roethling discovered the 'Hearts of Gold' cultivar.

Plant of the Week: Hearts of Gold Redbud Cercis canadensis

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Sago Palm - Cycas revoluta

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Sago Palm - Cycas revoluta

Sago Palm has palm-like leaves but is not a true palm....

Plant of the Week: Sago Palm - Cycas revoluta

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Florist Cyclamen, Cyclamen persicum

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Florist Cyclamen, Cyclamen persicum

Florist Cyclamen is a great plant for the holidays as it typically flowers in winter.

Plant of the Week: Florist Cyclamen, Cyclamen persicum

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Jerusalem Cherry

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Jerusalem Cherry

NCDA&CS Regulatory Weed Program

Plant of the Week: Jerusalem Cherry

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Leopard Plant Farfugium japonicum

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Leopard Plant Farfugium japonicum

The leopard plant is an herbaceous perennial that has dark green leaves with yellow spots

Plant of the Week: Leopard Plant Farfugium japonicum

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Walker’s Low Catmint Nepeta x faassenii ‘

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Plant of the Week: Walker’s Low Catmint Nepeta x faassenii ‘

Walker’s Low Catmint is a fragrant herbaceous perennial that attracts bees, butterflies..

Plant of the Week: Walker’s Low Catmint Nepeta x faassenii ‘

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Redwing Heteropterys glabra

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Redwing Heteropterys glabra

Redwing is a woody vine that is now a part of the Choice Plants program at the JC Raulston

Plant of the Week: Redwing Heteropterys glabra

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week Firecracker Bush Bouvardia ternifolia

In the Garden

Plant of the Week Firecracker Bush Bouvardia ternifolia

Hummingbirds love the flowers as they provide nectar for feeding.

Plant of the Week Firecracker Bush Bouvardia ternifolia

Video thumbnail: In the Garden Plant of the Week: Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed

In the Garden

Plant of the Week: Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed

Asclepias is native to the Southeast region of the United States.

Plant of the Week: Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed