Cheerful, colorful and charming, these baby snapdragons love cool springs.
Red currant fits into just about any landscape and provides delicious red fruit.
With its bright red flowers and fragrant foliage, pineapple sage provides a treat both for the eyes and the nose.
This lovely grandiflora rose is a 2012 All-America Rose Selections winner.
Boltonia is a native perennial known for its profuse flowering in late summer and early autumn.
Like rainbows, pink rain lilies provide a colorful treat after rainstorms.
If you love blue flowers, you don’t want to miss out on dwarf plumbago.
‘Bottle Rocket’ ligularia adds drama to moist, shady gardens.
Grow garden sorrel for its tangy, edible leaves.
Bergenias have spring flowers and evergreen leaves that turn color during the winter.