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Large blooms cover this vine in late spring into fall. Vivid pink petals with lavender edging will add color on a trellis or arbor in the garden or in a container on the patio.
Chosen for its flowers that are red in the center and yellow and orange on the ends. A taller shrub that blooms late fall when most things are going dormant.
One of the first to bloom in spring sometimes even blooming in winter. A great evergreen groundcover that is deer resistant. Dark green foliage is adorn with various orange peachy colored blooms with burgundy accents.
Definitely a unique looking native perennial. True flowers are green, yellow, or cream that typically have dark purple 'spots' on them. Showy bracts are pale pink to lavender in color. An awesome plant for pollinators.
This is a stunner! Yellow centers burst out from the dark red foliage looking straight up into the sky. Backed by dark green foliage for a wonderful contrast.
A native woodland staple. Three green leaves on a single stem produce a three petaled flower with yellow sepals. Petals are slightly wavy and usually 3-4 inches wide. A shade loving perennial.