Pollinators adore the tiny blooms of sweet alyssum; you'll adore the honey-sweet scent.
What's sunnier than the bright, happy faces of daisies? These perennials are hardy souls
Cascading blooms of this annual will fill your planter in cool weather; newer types tolerate more heat, but still don’t bloom best when nighttime temps stay in the 70s.
Azaleas are a sure sign that spring has arrived They need mostly sun
So many peonies, so little time! This shrubby perennial plant with glossy, dark green foliage has lush scented flowers that rule all the others in the garden
Tons of teeny flowers that resemble baby snapdragons flourish from spring to fall without deadheading
Lily of the Valley Shrub
Need some early season color? Like its namesake, these shrubs have showy clusters
Old varieties of this annual required deadheading to keep blooming, but new hybrids bloom all season without any fussing on your part
Glossy green leaves and creamy white flowers highlight this pretty, old-fashioned garden favorite.
Come spring you can count on these bulbs to pop up in bloom with their trumpet shaped centers!
These shrubs really do attract pollinators, so you'll enjoy blooms and butterflies all at once!
There’s a reason these flowers are often used to decorate cakes and pastries!
Queen Anne’s It makes a great addition to any wildflower garden! The plant prefers sun to part shade.
Looking for a fragrant flower? These stunners are known for their natural perfume, and their beauty too
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