WHITE, GROUNDCOVER - Few ground covers rival the flower power of spring blooming Iberis. Tahoe, a more compact selection produces mounds of evergreen foliage that becomes smothered with masses of large white clusters of flowers in spring.
Dianthus Fireworks easy to grow Drought Tolerant Ground Cover In late spring, hundreds of shocking magenta pink flowers contrast against evergreen silvery blue foliage. Flowers will often repeat again later in the summer when the weather turns cool.
Bush Sage (Salvia 'Raspberry Delight') Tough, grows well in a range of conditions. 'Raspberry Delight' offers red flowers over a long season: late spring to early fall. Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall Zones:
Coneflower/Echinacea is an old favorite and can be completely neglected, they will grow anywhere in full sun. Even in poor soil. They also spread nicely. Looks nicely when paired with Russian sage - blue and pink
Ruby Chalice Clarkia - long blooming, drought tolerant and exuberant, quickly reaches x displaying a profusion of cherry centered lavender-pink blooms beginning in May and lasting till midsummer and even Fall (with some water).
Make your rock garden sparkle with a generous helping of soapwort. During Colonial times the sap of this pretty plant was once boiled to form a lathery soap that was used to launder clothes. Today, however, soapwort is prized for it’s fragrant pink flower