Creeping Zinnia is native to Mexico and Guatemala. It has trailing branches and makes a good, annual ground cover. The yellow flowers have a black center and bloom all summer long. They are reminiscent of small, Black-Eyed Susans.
Fall Blooming Flowers, Summer
This perennial is native to most of the U.S. and Canada. Plants grow to 18 inches tall and have grass-like leaves and graceful, pink flower umbels that “nod” to one side. It adds ...
Cape Forget-Me-Not is a biennial that is native to South Africa. Our version is more dwarf than most, growing just 12-18 inches tall. It blooms the first year, and it’s true blue flowers are ...
Blue Columbine is the state flower of Colorado. It is found throughout the Rocky Mountains, typically in aspen and spruce-fir communities, or subalpine meadows. Sometimes, pure white flowers are...
Roman Chamomile is a creeping perennial from Europe with finely divided foliage and small, white, daisy-like flowers. It is ideal for use in flowering lawn mixtures or as a stand alone ground ...