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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

    In the Garden

    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 ‘

    In the Garden

    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: 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