Perfect for your rock garden or along the edge of a bed or border, rose thrift adds a punch of pink flowers atop a grassy mound of foliage. Name: Armeria maritima Rosea Growing Conditions: Full sun to part shade, and well-drained.
Maiden Pinks are easy-care perennials, ideal for the beginning gardener. Plants form a low, spreading mound of light green leaves, studded with small white flowers in late spring, then on and off through the summer.
Attractive sparkling blue foliage on dense, spreading branches. Creates a colorful contrast to purple and green foliage plants. Use in a rock garden or as a low border plant. Ideal for mass planting in minimal-care landscapes.
Raspberry Blast Supertunia Clear pink flowers with raspberry bursts along the edges cover this supertunia all season long. This heat loving plant is a low grower. Place it near the edges of containers or in the front of flower beds for greatest impact.
Primrose flowers are a true sign of spring, and they combine so beautifully with all kinds of flowering bulbs. The ‘Wanda’ types of English Primrose are vigorous and easy plants, smothered with flowers .