Entries for February 2008
English daisies look much like any other daisy-white outer petals with sunny yellow centers
False lupines are related to peas, true lupines, and baptisias.
While this plant's common name, fleabane, doesn't inspire thoughts of beauty, it is a lovely perennial.
Gerbera daisies are popular as indoor potted plants, cut flowers, and outdoor accents for beds and containers.
Clematis flowers provide an extravagant show of color.
Ground covers are a gardener's utility plants-we generally don't grow them unless we need them.
Dead nettle acquired its common name because its leaves resemble those on a stinging nettle.
Purple coneflowers are tough, attractive perennials.
Extremely vigorous ground cover with deep green leaves divided into three leaflets
Here are some of the more commonly available blue-flowered plants that are well suited to garden and landscape use.