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Bloodroot This herbaceous perennial makes its appearance in March, shooting up white flowers that last until late spring. It's a good fit for either a shaded or woodland garden. Name: Sanguinaria canadensis Growing conditions: Shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 6 inches tall and 12 inches wide Zones: 3-9

Humming birds love Lupine. Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and wide Zones: 4-8 Grow it with: Daisies, for a long-blooming, cheery combination.

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  • Hazel Gasper

    Your flower pictures are so beautiful!

  • Harry Eppink

    Hi Hazel, thank you for those kind words and all the others on Pinterest who made it possible. Have a nice day.......

Campanula 'Iridescent Bells' Pale lavender bells cover this tall perennial. The 2-inch-long flowers grow in clusters. The buds are deep purple, then open to lighter lavender -- and the combination of buds and blooms on the plants gives a two-tone effect. Up to 30 blooms appear on each shoot from spring through summer. Plants don't self-seed, so you won't be digging up starts the following spring. Growing Conditions: Full sun Size: To 30 inches tall and 18 inches wide Zones: 5-8

Once found growing wild on the American prairie, coneflowers are now one of the most widely grown and hybridized perennials in the country:

Lamium Lamium is an excellent, easy-care groundcover. Most types bloom through the summer, producing clusters of pink or white flowers. Even when they're not blooming, they have great silver-marked foliage that brightens up shady corners. What a beautiful alternative to a struggling lawn! Name: Lamium maculatum Growing Conditions: Full shade and moist, well-drained soil Size: 8 inches tall Zones: 4-8