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Image of Geranium robertianum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Death-Comes-Quickly, Herb Robert)

Ornately lobed lush green leaves and small pink-toned flowers are the assets of herb Robert cranesbill. This clumping herbaceous biennial or annual is native to the highland meadows of central Chile. It produces lots of seeds and perpetuates itself once established in a landscape. Depending on climate, it may be semi-evergreen or germinate and grow during a frost-free, moist winter.

Borne on upright stems from spring to midsummer, the cup-shaped flowers are usually held in pairs. Each is hairy...

Image of Hesperis matronalis photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Dame's Rocket)

Dame’s rocket is a biennial or short-lived perennial that is native from Europe to Asia. It develops a rosette of toothy, hairy leaves that produces tall, leafy stems topped with four-petaled, phlox-like clusters of tubular white to pale lilac flowers from late spring to summer. The flowers are very attractive to insects and fragrant at night.

This easy to grow ornamental flowers best in full sun. Use Dame’s rocket in a mixed border or a wild garden. Double flowered cultivars, such as ‘Alba Plena’,...

Image of Lunaria annua photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Honesty, Moneyplant)

Money plant, also called honesty, is one of those garden flowers folks know without knowing it. Its enormous round, flat seedpods are popular everlastings when dried and sold at florist's shops and craft stores. They look like stems of shimmering coins. The generic name, Lunaria, refers first to its round, moon-like seedpods but the specific epithet, annua, is misleading because this Eurasian native is actually a biennial.

In the first year, money plant produces a basal rosette...

Image of Lunaria annua ssp. pachyrhiza photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Honesty, Moneyplant)

Money plant, also called honesty, is one of those garden flowers folks know without knowing it. Its enormous round, flat seedpods are popular everlastings when dried and sold at florist's shops and craft stores. They look like stems of shimmering coins. The generic name, Lunaria, refers first to its round, moon-like seedpods but the specific epithet, annua, is misleading because this Eurasian native is actually a biennial.

In the first year, money plant produces a basal rosette...

(Mountain Forget-Me-Not)

Often short-lived, woodland forget-me-not is an herbaceous perennial of European origin. The cultivar 'Bluesylva' bears an abundance of luminous sky-blue flowers on compact stems. In spring plants form small clumps of small hairy leaves from which rise branched flower stems with curled flower spikes (helicoid cymes) dotted with tiny blue five-petaled flowers with white and yellow centers. These fairyland flowers have an airy, ephemeral appearance and can bloom from spring into summer.

To keep...

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Yoder Brothers

(Mountain Forget-Me-Not)

Often short-lived, mountain forget-me-not is an herbaceous perennial of European origin. The cultivar 'Bobo Blue' bears an abundance of bright sky-blue flowers on compact stems. In spring plants form small clumps of small hairy gray-green leaves from which rise branched flower stems with curled flower spikes (helicoid cymes) dotted with tiny blue five-petaled flowers with white and yellow centers. These fairyland flowers have an airy, ephemeral appearance and can bloom from spring into summer.

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mountain Forget-Me-Not)

Often short-lived, mountain forget-me-not is an herbaceous perennial of European origin often regarded as a biennial. The very early flowering and compact cultivar 'Miro' bears an abundance of medium blue flowers on upright stems. In early to mid-spring plants form dense clumps of small hairy leaves from which rise branched flower stems with curled flower spikes (helicoid cymes). They open to tiny medium blue, five-petaled flowers with contrasting yellowish centers that are lightly scented at night....

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Mountain Forget-Me-Not)

Often short-lived, mountain forget-me-not is an herbaceous perennial of European origin. The cultivar 'Rosylva' bears an abundance of vivid pink flowers on relatively tall erect stems. In spring plants form dense clumps of small hairy leaves from which rise branched flower stems with curled flower spikes (helicoid cymes) dotted with blue buds. They open to tiny bright pink five-petaled flowers with smartly contrasting yellow centers. These fairyland flowers have an airy, ephemeral appearance and...

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Jessie Keith

(Blue Bird Forget-Me-Not, Woodland Forget-Me-Not)

Often short-lived, woodland forget-me-not is an herbaceous perennial of European origin. In spring plants form small clumps of small hairy gray-green leaves from which rise branched flower stems with curled flower spikes (helicoid cymes) dotted with tiny, tubular five-petaled flowers with white and yellow centers. These fairyland flowers have an airy, ephemeral appearance and can bloom from spring to summer.

There are many cultivars, differing in size and flower color, including white, pink,...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Woodland Forget-Me-Not)

Woodland forget-me-not is a biennial or short-lived perennial of European origin. The cultivar 'Bluesylva' bears an abundance of bright sky-blue flowers on low spreading plants. In spring plants form dense clumps of small hairy leaves from which rise branched flower stems with curled flower spikes (helicoid cymes) dotted with tiny yellow-eyed blooms. These fairyland flowers have an airy, ephemeral appearance and can bloom from spring into summer.

To keep the plants healthy and happy, give them...