Moss rose is known for its showy flowers and heat and drought tolerance.
Grow garden sorrel for its tangy, edible leaves.
Bergenias have spring flowers and evergreen leaves that turn color during the winter.
This handsome evergreen shrub can also be grown in many regions.
If you want to give your salads a subtle kick, you’ll love arugula.
When mayapples start to poke above the soil in early spring, they look like green mushrooms.
Add a touch of spring with this fun and easy project!
With the striking shape and rich color of its flower, red trillium makes a dramatic addition to the woodland garden.
Yellow trout lily (Erythronium americanum) is a spring ephemeral, one of those wildflowers …
After a long winter, it’s nice to see any plant emerging from the ground, even if it’s a little smelly. Eastern skunk cabbage is one of the earliest native wildflowers to emerge and bloom in the late winter or very early spring.