White Dragon Flower Ht. 24-36 inches. Full sun to partial shade.Unlike other Physostegias that tend to spread too rapidly, white does not run. This variety forms a clump, and is therefore perfect for the border and smaller gardens where it's 'good manners' can be appreciated and the long display of flowers on well branched stems.
Iris Pink Haze This choice selection, a beautiful shade of lavender-pink, has softly ruffled standards and a fine white margin on its broad falls. Recipient of the American Iris Society's highest award for Siberian Iris.
Geum Red Dragon Geum is an extremely hardy genus of about 50 species, mostly from north or south temperate zones and the Arctic. Both flowers and foliage are effective in the garden, and the plants are not particular about soil. They do best in sun and also thrive in light shade. The flowers appear early, but moisture and deadheading will bring more all season. Small Geums are splendid rock garden plants; give the larger varieties front-row positions in the perennial border. 16"
Orange Crow Imperial Strong 34- to 36-in. stems are topped with cascading flowers and a crown of emerald leaves. Blooms last 2-3 weeks in mid spring. Easy to grow in sun or shade. They even repel rodents! Massive 20+ cm bulbs. Zones 3-8.