Also known as Avens, this offers a flash of hot colour for the early summer border. Plants form a low clump of coarse green leaves, with branching stems held above bearing medium-sized rounded flowers. Remove faded flowers regularly to encourage more buds. Height 12-16 inches, width 18-24 inches. Clumps should be divided every 3 to 4 years in spring or fall. Evergreen. Sold individually in 4 inch pots.
Euphorbias are easy to grow perennial plants that are tough and have few problems. Popular for their richly coloured leaves and unusual flowers, euphorbias are an excellent addition to borders, rock gardens, meadows and more!
If you're looking for low maintenance, drought-tolerant, long-blooming and cheerful plants for a flower border or a filler, coreopses are a perfect choice! Native American prairie and woodland plants, their ruggedness and profuse blooms have made them popular with plant breeders. Even so, birds love to snack on the seeds during fall and winter. Bees and butterflies are drawn to them, too. Their daisy-like flower forms upright clumps and have a moderate growth rate. Plant them any time from early spring to fall; most varieties will start blooming in early summer and repeat bloom periodically through fall.