Nodding flower clusters of montbretia dance on arching stems, bringing fiery hues of red and orange to late-summer gardens.
The spidery, tubular petals on mountain bluet.
The New England aster is a bushy perennial.
Instead of struggling with that weedy corner or that sad patch of sod, invite Adiantum pedatum into your garden.
This small yellow daisy perches at the top of a gray-green stalk so tall it nods over your head when you stop to take a look.
Mexican hat has drooping, mahogany-brushed, yellow petals.
Add hues of soft pink and rich lilac to your autumn garden with Michaelmas daisy.
This small native grass has a bluish tinge in spring and summer, which creates a beautiful background to summer perennials.
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!"