Calendula ‘Ball’s Orange’ is an old-fashioned variety with large, fully double, orange flowers and grows to 24 inches tall. Suitable for cutting, beds and borders, and the pollinator garden. The flower petals are edible.
Fall Blooming Flowers, Summer
This mat-forming perennial grows 4 to 10 inches tall and has white, 4-petaled flowers. It is native to the mountains of Europe. Rockcress is a spring bloomer that makes an excellent ground ...
Bishop’s Flower is also known as False Queen Anne’s Lace or Laceflower. Plants grow to 30 inches tall and have finely divided leaves. It makes a terrific cut flower and is ...
Common Milkweed has pink flowers and grows to four feet tall. It is native to the Midwest and eastern U.S. It prefers full sun and loamy, mesic soil, but it can tolerate a wide variety of ...
This columbine is native from Nova Scotia to Florida and westward to Minnesota and Tennessee. It will generally be found in clearings, wood borders, riverbanks and thickets. The drooping, red and ...