From diminutive lingonberry plants to towering persimmon trees, native fruits are diverse and delectable.
This southeastern wildflower sizzles in the shadows with 2-inch-long, trumpet-shaped, fire-engine red flowers that open to yellow throats.
A vigorous climber with double, pale pink flowers.
A fungal parasite that affects only certain types of plants.
Named for the Spanish town Padrón, where they are popular as appetizers or tapas.
Ruby red, pendant-shaped flowers with scalloped edges drip from stems like scarlet teardrops onto blue-gray fernleaf foliage.
Heart-shaped leaves cover lateral branches that grow somewhat perpendicular to the ground.
Strong, dependable, and requiring very little maintenance, this North American native has a lot to offer gardeners from New Hampshire to Nebraska
Enjoy images from Clare Dohna’s beautiful mosaic garden.
Here are more options for expanding your garden upward.