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Trollius x cultorum "Pritchards' Giant" (Globeflower)....large golden orange globe shaped flowers; up to 3 feet high; blooms late spring/early summer and again in late summer.

Flax - one hearty plant that come up year after year - and the deer won't eat it! Sun/Part Sun, Zones 5-9, Perennial, 2 x 2 feet. Blooms late summer....will grow in zone 3 or 4 as well.

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 Learm more about lamium.

Echinacea 'Milkshake' Flower

Window box...like the colour combo

flowers....daisies, california poppies, salvia....fun colour palette

Snapdragon 'Double Azalea Apricot'...not usually a snapdragon fan, but love these colours!

secret garden edible chives and purple flowers, perennial bed cranesbill hardy geranium

fritillaria meleagris - fairy umbrellas.

Prinses Irene...pretty tulip which is hardy in zone 4. Orange with purple.

deep purple ranunculus...inspiration

✭ Clematis "Little Mermaid"

Chamomile

There is also a space in my heart dedicated to tulips. Thankfully I did not live during the era of tulipmania, when people actually went into debt for tulips, but strangely I kind of get it.

Nasturtium with Lobelia, spilling from a pot...like the colour combo

herbarium. by emily dickinson.