This ornamental grass has great features.
No one can resist rubbing the velvety soft, gray-green leaves of lambs' ears.
It's the 2005 Plant of the Year.
A profusion of purple flower spikes rises above the attractive green, wooly foliage of lilac sage.
A close look at the foliage of Jacob's ladder explains its common name.
You might mistake Japanese hydrangea vine for climbing hydrangea—the flower forms are similar.
Though the silver-frosted fronds of this gorgeous fern look delicate, Japanese painted fern is actually a pretty tough customer.
As a succulent, ice plant (Delosperma cooperi) prefers dry weather and dry soil.
This upright perennial grass was one of the most common plants in the tallgrass prairie ecosystem.
The experts at the National Arbor Day Foundation offer the following tips for planting a containerized tree.