Delightful Shasta Daisy my fav!

1998: 'Magnus' Purple Coneflower

The fragrant Snowdrop Anemone works well in a slightly shaded spring garden. Learn more here:

YELLOW, PURPLE and PINK: Osteospermum and petunias

Osteospermum 'Akila Mix'

Leucanthemum 'Aglaia' Shasta Daisy: Full Sun, perennial, blooms all summer if deadheaded, divide every 2-3 years. So fluffy & pretty!

Pink Astilbe - Easy Care Perennial in large quantities? (I know the deer won't eat astilbe)

11 plants that repel mosquitos


Rozanne Reblooming Perennial Geranium

SHASTA DAISY: 1) Perennial 2) Blooms summer - fall 3) Blooms in clumps from 2 to 3 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide 4) Full Sun

'Moonbeam' Coreopsis

Bee Balm -- Perennial Hummingbird delight

Angelonia -It's easy to grow and flowers profusely, great plant for our dry spells and heat. Not fussy about soil either. Butterflies love it!

perennial garden

This delicate Toad Lily is an editor favorite for perennails to grow in shade. See the rest of their picks here:

Name: Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' Size: To 2 feet tall and wide Zones: 3-7 Plant it with: Lungwort, white daffodils, and bleeding heart

Soapwort - Saponaria officinalis A cinch to grow. Features clusters of phlox-like pink, purple, or white flowers in summer and fall. Full sun and well-drained soil. To 2 feet tall and wide. Grow with Yarrow; both are low-care, sun-loving perennials. Zones 3-9

Pine-Leaf Penstemon. This semi-evergreen penstemon bursts into bloom each summer producing masses of bright scarlet-red flowers that BUTTERFLIES and HUMMINGBIRDS will love as much as you do. It's a cinch to grow in any sunny spot.

Shasta Daisy:Shasta daisy's simple cheery flowers, with a sunny yellow center surrounded by crisp white petals, are perfect for creating a ton of garden charm. We love it because it's more than just pretty; it's a great cut flower and it attracts butterflies all summer long. Plant Name: Leucanthemum x superbum Growing Conditions: Full sun or part shade and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and 1 foot wide

As a horticulturist, I often find myself recommending plants to people. I feel bad when I get asked for the impossible plants; something like an evergreen that flowers all year long, is hardy in Zone 3, loves deep shade, and deer won’t eat it. There is one incredible flower that I frequently recommend, though, because [...]