Aquilegia Dorothy Rose.....Granny's Bonnet. Unique flowers display serveral dangling tubes of rose-pink in each bloom. These unique flowers are held well above blue-gray foliage - dark stems add to the appeal. Very nice for naturalizing or as a specimen plant; some welcome self-sowing will occur if seed heads are allowed to mature. Very attractive as a cut flower. Granny's Bonnets have been around for centuries, but this lovely lady was introduced at Chelsea Gardens in 1999.
Hyacinth-best in smell -For early spring perfume in the garden, nothing beats hyacinths. Plant them in fall in well-drained soil to enjoy their powerful scent the following spring. Flower colors range from purple to pink, red, white, and yellow