A New Yorker’s garden quandary is always a lack of light and poor soil! Fear not, the tough as nails Ajuga is the perfect plant to weather any condition thrown at it. Ajuga is a low growing ground cover that will spread in full sun to partial shade and stay attractive nearly year round.
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These cool weather easy to care for flowers are perfect for both starting and ending the gardening season. Plant Violas in full sun areas, but make sure to mulch and water during the height of the summer heat. If possible, try to provide shade or move to a shadier spot in your garden!
It can be tough to get a taste of nature in the city, but Aquilegias are the best wildflowers to attract hummingbirds! Their late-spring blooms do best in partial shade since they tend to dislike the hot, humid summer weather.