In the garden and on the table, this chard’s a star.
The vibrant hues of this petunia relative shine like stained glass in beds and bouquets.
This 2014 Perennial Plant of the Year prairie grass cultivar endures it all.
This pretty new beefsteak resists cracking and offers great taste, too!
Sempervivum tolerate hot, dry, rocky locations, even in Zone 4.
Think you’ve seen it all with snapdragons? Say hello to this new peach.
Its golden yellow flowers appear for several weeks in April or May.
Berry-producing shrubs provide garden beauty, fodder for bouquets, and they feed the birds.
This new zinnia is as carefree as it is colorful.
Bright green leaves—and blooms from summer to fall—accent this climber.