Butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees love the violet-blue flower spikes that bloom on anise hyssop from midsummer to early fall.
Vinca is a low-growing plant that tolerates sunny and shady spots.
A gem for shade gardens.
Houttuynia, despite its difficult name (it's named after a Dutch naturalist), is a good ground cover for troubled spots.
If you want last year's holiday cactus or poinsettia to bloom again...
Spider plants are wonderful garden perennials.
Trumpet vines are a favorite for their showy reddish, orangish, or yellowish flowers in summer and autumn.
A tropical tomato relative has dark purple flowers that fade to lavender-purple then white.
Ornamental grasses are becoming increasingly popular in gardens--and it's not tough to see why.
Painted daisy has gone through something of an identity crisis.