purple irises Every gardener wants this perennial. Despite its divine origins, it is hardy, reliable, and easy to grow. Irises also attract butterflies and hummingbirds and make lovely cut flowers.
Pink Peony flowers perennials that come back every spring to take your breath away. The plants may live longer than you do—some have been known to thrive for 100 years.
Hiladelphus 'Snowbelle'(Common Name: mock orange) Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to light shade. Tolerates a wide range of soils except poorly-drained ones. Prefers moist, organically rich soils. Flowers appear on prior year’s growth, so prune as needed immediately after flowering. May be cut to the ground (also just after flowering) if shrub becomes scraggly, unkempt or otherwise in need of rejuvenation.
Rhododendrons and azaleas, both from the genus Rhododendron, have long been mainstays of late spring because of their spectacular clusters of showy blooms—plus, large green leaves that often stay green through winter.
I found them in Edwards Garden, Beautiful! The tulip tree is a large, up to 35 meters tall with a trunk up to 160 centimeters in diameter. the tulip tree produces beautiful yellow-green flowers that are about 5 centimeters long. They have 6 petals and are shaped like tulip flowers and bloom in the spring. with 4 lobes beneath. They are light green and turn yellow in the fall. The tulip tree's bark is smooth and dark green when the tree is young, then turns brown and ridged.