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(Hybrid Lobelia, Russian Princess Lobelia)

Vividly colored for late summer garden excitement, 'Russian Princess' is an upright plant that bears spikes of magenta flowers. A short-lived perennial that is cold hardy, it is the result of complex crosses. The foliage is also bronzed.

The thick, burgundy upright stems are lined with bronzy green, pointed oval leaves. From late summer to early autumn, the tops of the stems are a blend of tiny leaves and scores of tubular, two-lipped flowers that are vibrant magenta, attracting bees and hummingbirds....

Image of Lobelia x speciosa (COMPLIMENT SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Hybrid Lobelia, Kompliment Lobelia)

Members of the Compliment Series are waist-high plants developed by Ernst Benary, Inc. of Germany. They are good garden performers that produce flowers in shades of blue, deep red, purple, light pink, rose, scarlet and deep red shades. These tall bedding plants are perfect for cutting and will continue to bloom through summer with regular deadheading.

The adaptable and showy Lobelia x speciosa is an upright herbaceous bedding plant with spikes if red, pink, white or mauve-blue...

Image of Luzula nivea photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Snowy Woodrush)

Pretty, chives-like white flowers top the grass-like foliage of snowy woodrush in early and midsummer. An evergreen, tufted perennial from southern Europe, it is fast growing but only slowly spreads its underground stems (rhizomes).

The grassy leaves are thin, flat, grooved and rise in tufted basal clumps. On the leaf edges are tiny, criss-crossing white hairs. In summer, tall stems rise above the clump of foliage and display loose clusters of many small, shiny white flowers. The overall visual...

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Kieft-Pro-Seeds

(Snowy Woodrush)

Pretty, chives-like white flowers top the white hair-edged, grass-like foliage of Lucius snowy woodrush in early and midsummer. An evergreen, tufted perennial from the mountains of southern Europe, it is fast growing but only slowly spreads its underground stems (rhizomes).

The grassy leaves are thin, flat and grooved and rise in tufted basal clumps. On the leaf edges are tiny, criss-crossing white hairs tha make the leaf blade look strongly edged in a band of white. In summer, tall stem rise...

Image of Lychnis flos-cuculi photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Ragged Robin)

Loving moisture and having a humorous name, ragged robin bears frilly flowers in late spring and summer that are pink. A tufted perennial with basal leaves that sends up tall, slender and leaved stems, it is native to the moist meadows of Europe.

The leaves are dark green, but have a blue-green cast. They are slender and oblong and are concentrated near the base of the somewhat spreading stem. From late spring to early summer, slender stems rise upward with clusters of pretty flower buds - each...

(Ragged Robin, White Ragged Robin)

Loving moisture and having a humorous name, white ragged robin bears frilly flowers in late spring and summer that are snow white. A tufted perennial with basal leaves that sends up tall, slender and leaved stems, it is native to the moist meadows of Europe.

The leaves are dark green, but have a blue-green cast. They are slender and oblong and are concentrated near the base of the somewhat spreading stem. From late spring to early summer, slender stems rise upward with clusters of pretty flower...

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James H. Schutte

(Jenny Ragged Robin, Ragged Robin)

This moisture-loving lychnis, Jenny Ragged Robin ('Lychjen'), bears wispy flowers in late spring and summer that are a soft, lavender-pink. A tufted perennial with basal leaves that sends up tall, slender, leafy flower stems, it is native to the moist meadows of Europe.

The leaves are dark green, but have a blue-green cast. They are slender and oblong and are concentrated near the base of the plant. From late spring to early summer, slender stems rise upward with clusters of pretty flower buds,...

Image of Lyonia ligustrina photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(He-huckleberry, Male Blueberry, Maleberry)

Maleberry's small white flowers and frosty split dried fruits find this small shrub one of the most ornamental choices for wet sandy soils. This semi-evergreen shrub has a dense, irregular but overall rounded habit and is native to southeastern North American from Quebec southward to Oklahoma and Florida. It grows from heavily branching rhizomes, or underground swollen stems, possibly forming thickets.

Simple, dark green oval leaves with tapered points and hairy undersides fill the shrub from...

Image of Lysichiton americanus photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(American Skunkcabbage, Swamp Lantern, Yellow Skunkcabbage)

In early spring the foul-smelling wetland wildflower, American skunkcabbage, puts forth yellow aroid flowers followed by enormous ornamental clumps of large elliptical leaves that remain into summer. This herbaceous perennial grows from deep-rooted rhizomes, which are edible and helped sustain Native Americans in winter months. The foetid flowers actually emanate heat when they open in earliest spring and have been known to melt snow. This species is native to northwestern North America, from southern...

Image of Lysichiton camtschatcensis photo by: Alpsdake, Wikimedia Commons Contributor

Alpsdake, Wikimedia Commons Contributor

(Asian Skunkcabbage, White Skunkcabbage)

A beautiful, curious-looking and foul-smelling wetland wildflower, the Asian skunkcabbage blooms in spring, but remains ornamental with its large foliage until the autumn. This herbaceous perennial grows from underground rhizomes (stem-like storage organs) and becomes quite deep rooted. Asian skunkcabbage is native to northeastern Asia, from northern Japan into the Kamchatka Peninsula of Siberia. It becomes a clustered clump of upright leaves.

In mid-spring, the flowers emerge from the naked...