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Miniature Hollyhock Resembling its taller cousin, this miniature plant is beautiful in the middle of the border or as a cut flower. The blooms appear in shades of pink, red, and lavender. One of our favorite selections is 'Brilliant', a variety with lipstick-red flowers. Name: Sidalcea oregana Growing Conditions: Full sun and moist soil Size: To 3 feet tall Zones: 4-9

Chantilly Snapdragons:bronze,light pink and light salmon. by Erin Benzakein / Floret Flower Farm, via Flickr

Yellow Lily .............beautiful..........

Hollyhock is a host plant for Painted Lady butterflies.

Gayfeather. The purple or white flower spikes add a vertical element to the middle to back of the perennial border. Gayfeather tolerates dry, poor soils. USDA Zones 3 to 10

GROW IT! Little Devil™ Ninebark has lovely deep burgundy foliage through the season & offers small white/pink clusters of flowers in June! This low maintenance, disease & pest resistant ornamental shrub is a MUST have! BONUS: Attracts butterflies! Height: 3-4′/Width: 3-4′; Hardiness zone: 3-7 ✿✿✿

Joe-pye weed: A staple in butterfly gardens, joe-pye weed is known for its tall, stately habit, attractive foliage and oversized flower clusters that appear in midsummer and typically last until hard frost. Plant in moist soil. Varieties range from 2 to 6 feet tall. USDA Hardiness Zone: 3 to 10

Brilliant Pink Iceberg Rose