Yarrows (Achillea spp.) are summer-flowering perennials
The wax plant has fragrant clusters of star-shaped white blossoms that appear from late spring to fall.
The jaw-dropping beauty of this vine when it’s in full flower is unequaled.
Airy blooms on wispy, graceful stems cover white gaura all season.
What makes the toad lily a choice perennial?
Vining on an arbor, flouncing along a fence, or embellishing a tree trunk, the trumpet vine holds up in heat, humidity, and poor soil.
Blue flowers are much desired in the garden.
The fragrant, old-fashioned sweet pea is in the spotlight this year: The National Garden Bureau has designated 2005 as the Year of the Sweet Pea.
A grass that was part of the original Midwestern tallgrass prairie.
Provides hazy, soft color in the garden.