Clumps of grassy, strap-like leaves grow to 2 to 3 feet and are topped by clusters of large white flowers with feathery blue stamens during early- to mid-summer. The flowers open in the morning and dissolve away in the afternoon leaving no mess.
Revered for its delicate flowers in shades of rose, pink, and white, this vine will bloom prolifically from early summer to early fall. The flowers are very similar in appearance to the annual sweet pea, though they lack fragrance.
Beginning in late summer, white, orchid-like flowers heavily spotted with purple appear all along the stems. Wonderfully arching, hairy stems support the green, lance shaped leaves which are arranged in a ladder like fashion.
Green, lance shaped leaves edged in creamy yellow. Gracefully arching stems support the small, white, orchid like flowers heavily spotted and streaked with purple. A unique perennial for the shade that provides late season interest.
Lustrous, deeper green foliage, topped in August and September with rose pink turtle head shaped flowers. Red stems that persist most of the season. Bronze green early season growth is another distinctive feature.
Plants form an upright, bushy mound of green foliage, bearing upright stems of large bright-pink hooded flowers beginning in late summer. Terrific at the waterside. Excellent for cutting. Showy and long lived. Attractive to butterflies.
Plants form an upright, bushy mound of green foliage, bearing upright stems of large white hooded flowers beginning in late summer. Especially beautiful when planted next to the more common pink Chelone. Terrific at the waterside. Excellent for cutting. Showy and long lived. Attractive to butterflies.
Masses of violet-blue spikes dart up above the compact, upright, deep green foliage of 'Royal Candles' all summer long. Butterflies love to drink their sweet nectar. Unlike some other veronicas, the bottom foliage of this variety does not die out.
This plant is a large strawberry-like herb. The evergreen leaves are bright green and three lobed. Flowering occurs in spring, and the delicate flowers are five petaled and colored an attractive deep pink. The fruit is ornamental and edible.