A June-to-frost annual, Madagascar periwinkle forms a nonstop mound of pink, lavender, red, and white flowers in the summer garden.
It may be the question most often asked by unhappy gardeners: "My yard is nothing but shade. I don't know what to do. Help!"
This ornamental grass has great features.
No one can resist rubbing the velvety soft, gray-green leaves of lambs' ears.
It's the 2005 Plant of the Year.
A profusion of purple flower spikes rises above the attractive green, wooly foliage of lilac sage.
A close look at the foliage of Jacob's ladder explains its common name.
You might mistake Japanese hydrangea vine for climbing hydrangea—the flower forms are similar.
Though the silver-frosted fronds of this gorgeous fern look delicate, Japanese painted fern is actually a pretty tough customer.
As a succulent, ice plant (Delosperma cooperi) prefers dry weather and dry soil.