Purplish red 2 3/4" blooms with a yellow throat and ruffled edge begin in early summer on this daylily with dense foliage and an abundance of reblooming flowers. A moderately compact semi-evergreen (in southern zones) daylily.
An evergreen, low-growing, cascading carpet-like spreader with a mossy appearance covered in a fusion of fuchsia blooms for 2-4 weeks in late-spring to early summer. Wonderful for erosion control. 4-6" tall.
Save 25% on this package of plants that offer an abundance of white flowers giving brightness and texture as well as elegant blooms to your shady to part-shade location in zones 5-8. Deer tend not to eat these!
Like overgrown buttercups, Chrysanthemum x rubellum 'Hillside Sheffield Pink' (AKA Dendranthema morifolium 'Sheffield' and and 'Single Apricot'), commonly known as Pink Daisy Mum, resembles an ocean of small butterscotches nestled ...