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Image of Diervilla lonicera photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Bush Honeysuckle, Dwarf Bush Honeysuckle, Northern Bush Honeysuckle)

A compact, adaptable plant for many dry garden applications, the tiny yellow-orange fragrant blossoms and the yellowish fall foliage display of the northern bush honeysuckle are pleasing. A mounding deciduous shrub, it's native to drier woodlands from southern Canada to North Carolina and Iowa in the United States. It is rather short-lived shrub and grows from spreading rhizomes (underground stems), often naturally rejuvenating after fires in pine woodlands.

The oval lance-like leaves emerge...

Image of Digitalis grandiflora photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Large Yellow Foxglove, Yellow Foxglove)

Yellow foxglove is native to southern Europe, Siberia and Turkey. It is a biennial or short-lived perennial loved for its spring to summer tall flower spikes of pendulous pale yellow flowers which are tubular and marked with brown on the inside. Tall narrow-leaved stems arise from a clump-forming mound of medium green foliage. The leaves are oval to lance-shaped, soft and alternate on the flower stems. Both stems and leaves are softly fuzzy. The fruit is a capsule filled with seeds. Yellow foxglove...

Image of Digitalis grandiflora

James H. Schutte

(Carillion Yellow Foxglove, Yellow Foxglove)

Yellow foxglove is native to southern Europe, Siberia and Turkey. The cultivar ‘Carillion’ is a biennial or short-lived perennial dwarf selection loved for its spring to summer flower spikes of pendulous pale yellow flowers which are tubular and marked with brown on the inside. Narrow-leaved stems rise above the mound of medium green foliage. The leaves are oval to lance-shaped, soft and alternate on the flower stems. Both stems and leaves are softly fuzzy. The fruit is a capsule filled with seeds....

Image of Digitalis grandiflora

Jesse Saylor

(Temple Bells Foxglove, Yellow Foxglove)

Yellow foxglove is native to southern Europe, Siberia and Turkey. It is a biennial or short-lived perennial loved for its spring to summer tall flower spikes of pendulous pale yellow flowers which are tubular and marked with brown on the inside. Tall narrow-leaved stems arise from a clump-forming mound of medium green foliage. The leaves are oval to lance-shaped, soft and alternate on the flower stems. Both stems and leaves are softly fuzzy. The fruit is a capsule filled with seeds. Yellow foxglove...

(Strawberry Foxglove, Summer King Summer Foxglove)

The vigorous strawberry foxglove 'Summer King' is a more compact selection with neat spikes of huge strawberry-rose bells. This is a naturally occurring cross between the yellow-flowered Digitalis grandiflora and lavender-rose-flowered D. purpurea. It is a vigorous hardy short-lived perennial that will make any early season garden shine.

This tall clump-forming plant puts forth a neat rosette of soft deep green leaves early in the season. From late spring to early summer it...

Image of Dodecatheon pulchellum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Darkthroat Shooting Star)

The variable and lovely darkthroat shooting star is native across a wide expanse of western North America from Alaska down to California and New Mexico. It even extends into northwestern Mexico. Different variants favor dissimilar growing conditions in the wild. Some forms thrive in moist, scrubby lowlands and wetlands while others can be found growing in seasonally arid meadows or at high elevations. Physical differences exist between plants growing in the different environments and most have been...

(Cusick's Shooting Star)

The variable and lovely darkthroat shooting star is native across a wide expanse of western North America from Alaska down to California and New Mexico. It even extends into northwestern Mexico. Different variants favor dissimilar growing conditions in the wild. Some forms thrive in moist, scrubby lowlands and wetlands while others can be found growing in seasonally arid meadows or at high elevations. Physical differences exist between plants growing in the different environments and most have been...

Image of Dodecatheon pulchellum ssp. cusickii

Jesse Saylor

(Cusick's Shooting Star)

The variable and lovely darkthroat shooting star is native across a wide expanse of western North America from Alaska down to California and New Mexico. It even extends into northwestern Mexico. Different variants favor dissimilar growing conditions in the wild. Some forms thrive in moist, scrubby lowlands and wetlands while others can be found growing in seasonally arid meadows or at high elevations. Physical differences exist between plants growing in the different environments and most have been...

(Roundleaf Sundew)

The most widespread of North American sundews, roundleaf sundew exists in piney, sandy, acid bogs and swamps from Alaska and the northernmost provinces of Canada down to California and Georgia. It also exists across the whole of northern Eurasia. This amazingly hardy, insectivorous perennial has rounded foliage dotted with hairs tipped with deadly, resinous "dew" that draws, traps and digests insect prey. In summer it produces a delicate scape topped with pinkish white flowers.

During winter...

(Leatherwood Fern, Narrow Buckler Fern, Toothed Wood Fern)

A delicate fern for woodland gardens and shaded dells, the toothed wood fern offers finely divided, light green to yellow-green fronds with distinctive stems covered with soft, brown scales. This deciduous perennial is native to the northernmost reaches of Europe and Asia. It is clump-forming and slowly spreads via creeping rhizomes (underground stems). In summer, its fertile fronds develop round, brown, spore-bearing “sori” that dot the undersides of the leaves in two rows along the pinnae, or leaflets....