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.
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.
Seeing a flash of banana yellow on a bright green stem in the early spring just makes you want to shout.
The list of plants that could be classified as blue is open to interpretation.