Clematis varieties that bloom in spring Clematis alpina or fall C. Clematis bloom in virtually every color There are evergreen varieties C. armandii for mild-winter climates. Climbs feet, depending on type Zones depending on type
Dog-Tooth Violet (deer and rabbit won't eat). A charming woodland plant, dog-tooth violet bears lily-shaped flowers in shades of white, cream, yellow, and pink. Many selections also offer speckled foliage.
Blanketflower - Blanketflower is a heat- and drought-tolerant wildflower that provides long-lasting color in a sunny border with poor soil. Its red and yellow daisy-like, wide, single or double flowers bloom through the summer and into the fall.
Like lobelia, violas are cool-season plants that can take full sun in early spring and fall, but they'll bloom a bit later into the summer if you grow them in the shade, especially in the South. Violas bear flowers in a dizz
Just Joey-hybrid tea rose's rich, warm color -- it's a beautiful blend of rich apricot and glowing orange. While 'Just Joey' appeals to the eye, it's really the way the rose appeals to your nose that makes it a garden favorite