Oxeye Daisy:Add cheer and charm to your yard with oxeye daisy. This easy-growing, fast-spreading plant blooms in late spring and early summer and is perfect for holding down a sunny slope or for cutting and using in a simple vase. Plant Name: Leucanthemum vulgare Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide
Sandia coralbells (Heuchera pulchella) is a miniature, extra cute version of the well-known coralbells with a tidy evergreen tussock of ruffled fresh green leaves. Spikes of petite rose-pink bells emerge in late spring, attracting hummingbirds and bees. Native to high elevation sites in New Mexico, full sun to shade. Foliage stays low (~3 inches tall by 6-10 inches wide) while flower spikes grow up to 8 inches tall. Zones 4-7.
'Big Blue' Sea Holly for sunny garden, deer-, rabbit-, and drought-resistant perennial shows off silvery foliage and iridescent silvery-blue flowers in midsummer...wonderful cut flower and prime choice for butterfly gardens. Name: Eryngium 'Big Blue' Full sun well-drained soil Size: To 30 inches tall and wide Zones: 4-9