Blooming for about 10 weeks in summer to early fall, blanket flower brings intense, showy color to sunny spots in the garden.
If you admire the rustle and sway of ornamental grasses, but don’t have the space for stalks 5 or 6 feet tall, consider blue grama grass.
In fall, Boston ivy (Parthenocissus tricuspidata) turns magnificent shades of scarlet, maroon, and purple.
Bee balm is a vital element in summer gardens.
Bethlehem sage (Pulmonaria saccharata) bears small pink buds that develop into delicate funnel-shaped blue or pink flowers.
Native to the eastern United States, this towering perennial makes a great addition to moist, shaded gardens.
The first thing that will catch your eye on balloon flowers (Platycodon grandiflorus) is the shape of the buds.
Bearded iris is a spectacular garden plant.
Add a shade of blue to your garden.
Pearly everlasting, related to asters and chrysanthemums, is a ground cover from Asia with slightly fuzzy, narrow, silvery-gray foliage and clusters of white or whitish flowers that resemble daisies.