Rothmannia capensis, Wild gardenia, Common Rothmannia Wild Gardenia
Golden Irish / Golden Scotch Moss (LT) Sagina subulata aurea Neat, dense, self-rooting, cushion-like groundcover with golden green leaves. Originating from northern temperate zones. Propagate by division. Tiny white star flowers in late spring to summer. Great for filling spaces between paving, rock gardens and edges of garden beds. Around rocks edging a pond. Container plant.
Goldenrod-Fall-Fall wouldn't be fall without the cheery yellow flowers of goldenrod. It's a tough, beautiful plant that looks good despite summer heat and drought. Note: Goldenrod isn't typically a source of allergies; this is a common misperception