These species tulips produce blooms with lilac-pink petals with a buttery yellow base, offering a splash of bright spring color. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.
These tulips produce blooms with deep red outer petals and bright, sunny yellow inner ones, offering a splash of bright spring color. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.
Gorgeous yellow and red flowers bloom atop soft green, grasslike leaves. These tulips require less cold than most, making them a wonderful addition to Southern gardens. These tulips make a lovely display in rock gardens and small group plantings and will naturalize easily.
This fragrant campernelle produces lovely, golden, long-lasting blooms with petals twisted like the fans of a pinwheel in late-February. Excellent for naturalizing. Sometimes confused with the sweet smelling jonquils, it has earned the nickname the “giant jonquil.”
An excellent grass for the landscape, as a screen or at water's edge. Broad, arching, apple green and deep yellow blades surround gold, feathery plumes that emerge on six foot stems in the fall. A striking complement to large-leaved plants or combined with berrying shrubs and evergreens.
'Golden Dawn' boasts pale yellow petals with gold cups and is a must have daffodil for every warm-climate garden. Two to three flower stalks emerge from each bulb, providing color and fragrance over an extended period of time.
Hundreds of small, starlike, yellow or sky blue flowers bloom throughout the season. Easy to grow and adaptable to containers, hanging baskets and mass planting in the garden. Fragrant, attractive foliage and excellent heat and drought tolerantce.
Deep purple-red foliage contrasts with small yellow flowers and makes a fantastic addition to container combinations. Also great planted at garden's edge or in rock gardens. May be cut back in fall and brought indoors to overwinter in a dark, cool location.
The huge blooms on this dinner plate dahlia will light up the back of the border from midsummer until frost. Also spectacular in containers, and flowers make long-lasting additions to summer bouquets. In cold climates, lift and store tubers indoors through winter.
Add a tropical flair to the perennial garden! Bold foliage plant grows as a tree in warm winter climates, and dies back to the ground in cold winter regions, re-emerging the following spring. Creamy torpedo-like flowers emerge from the top of the stem; fruit is not palatable.