~ incredible angel white lilac, beautiful~I I used to love our lilacs trees in my backyard.
Coneflower/Echinacea is an old favorite and can be completely neglected, they will grow anywhere in full sun. Even in poor soil. They also spread nicely. Looks nicely when paired with Russian sage - blue and pink
Shade perennials, Tiarella (aka/Foam Flower) has unique foliage.
I love this stuff! Candytuft is a low growing border plant that spreads nicely. It is an evergreen all winter long : ) I planted 5 of them last summer.
[Shade-loving Fern Ostrich is an elegant ground cover for moist areas. Great native plant grows up to 6 feet tall!] - I'd like to fill an under-tree area with this wonderful tall fern.
Strutbräken Ostrich Ferns 'Matteuccia struthiopteris' Native zone 3 ~ Loamy Soil, Moist/Wet Soil The tightly wound immature fronds, fiddleheads, are also used as a cooked vegetable,
PlantFiles Pictures: Foxglove, Common Foxglove, Purple Foxglove, Lady's Glove 'Camelot Cream' (Digitalis purpurea) by green orchid to tall bloom May/June
Aruncus dioicus - Goatsbeard is a large, showy native good for fencelines or borders. tall by wide, with blooms in late May or June. Creamy white, long-lasting flowers are handsome into winter if allowed to dry on th
Add interest to your fall garden. Here are 8 not-so-common autumn stunners!
The Best Flowers for Wet Soil
Ostrich Fern is a tough perennial that loves moist, shady spots. Try more of our favorite flowers for wet soil