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These are so cool- often called truffula flowers inspired by Dr. Seuss- easy to grow too!(allium gladiator - temperate climates)

A Smoke Bush with foliage that is red in spring, purple in summer, and golden-orange in fall, plus purple blooms.

Burning bush -- dark green in summer & red in fall, easy to grow & minimal care, full sun/part shade, 5 ft high, cold & drought hardy, disease resistant, fast growing

Plumbago - so pretty & cheerful - thrives in the hot Texas summer. Disease- pest- and deer-resistant. Can grow into a large bush, and also can be trained to grow on a trellis.

Persian Shield. Easily multiplied by simply breaking off and sticking in potting soil. You can have all you want and save money too

from Southern Living

AzaleaEssential Southern Plant

Azalea Bush

from In My Own Style

How to Turn Hydrangeas Pink or Blue

Enjoy a colorful array of hydrangeas this summer using color-changing tips and tricks.

from Southern Living

How To Change Hydrangea Color

How to change the color of hydrangeas.

Dalmatian Bellflower produces beautiful mounds of purple bell-shaped flowers from late spring through summer. Low-growing plant is perfect for adding color in front of other perennials. Grows only 6-9" tall. Spreads 12". Prefers full sun to partial shade. Deer resistant.

from Better Homes and Gardens

Top Plants that Thrive in Clay

Perennial Geranium Also called cranesbill for the shape of its seedpods, perennial geranium makes a great groundcover on sites with clay soil. It grows in full sun to part shade, and blooms profusely in spring. Some varieties continue to bloom throughout the summer. Many develop wonderful fall color to boot. Name: Geranium selections Zones: 3-9

Smoke bush: red/purple in spring, deep purple in summer, red/orange in fall. Drought tolerant.

from Better Homes and Gardens

The Best Fragrant Flowers for Your Garden

Lily of the Valley - a low maintenance ground cover with a wonderful smell & is one of my favorite flowers.

Diascia is a wonderful plant for adding mass color to desert, xeric, and low water use gardens and landscapes. Adding pink or red tones and shades to the landscape creates a different atmosphere and contrast than the commonly overused purple, yellow, and neutral plant combinations.

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.