(Screamin' Yellow Baptisia, Yellow False Indigo, Yellow Wild Indigo)
A prized selection of wild indigo, 'Screamin' Yellow' is a large perennial noted for its yellow pea-like flowers and yellow-green leaves. Descended from a native perennial of the southern United States, 'Screamin' Yellow' flowers in the springtime on tall, unbranched, leafy stems. A mature plant can send up dozens of stems, each topped by ten or more flowers, one above the other. Various butterflies visit the flowers. The tan or brown seedpods that follow the flowers are also an ornamental feature....
Looking like wild mustard or wild radish, the garden yellowrocket bears small cross-shaped yellow flowers from early spring to early summer. This biennial or very short-lived perennial typically grows in the cooler months, from autumn to spring, becoming dormant in the heat of summer.
The long taproot supports a rosette of medium green leaves that are elongated with lobes. The flower stem arises from the center of this rosettes and branches many times to support scores of tiny lemon yellow blossoms...
A spreading tuberous begonia, hardy begonia bears elegant, pendulous clusters of fragrant pink or white flowers above olive or mid-green leaves with pinkish undersides. This form is known for its paler leaves and stems and used to be called Begonia grandis ssp. evansiana, a subspecies that is no longer botanically recognized.
Hardy begonia is a subtropical species that survives in regions with prolonged sub-freezing winter temperatures. It is native to southeastern China, where...
(Blackberry Lily, Leopard Flower)
The fruits and flowers of this charming, but heavily self-sowing, perennial add appeal to the summer garden. Blackberry lily is an old fashioned flower that originates from Russia, China and India. It forms upright clumps of stiff, sword-like leaves of medium green. In summer, tall, airy, branched stems appear topped with orange lily-like flowers with red and yellow markings. These are followed by clusters of small, round, glossy black fruits that look much like blackberries.
James H. Schutte
(Hello Yellow Dwarf Blackberry Lily, Yellow Leopard Flower)
The black fruits and yellow flowers of the charming, shorter-growing 'Hello Yellow' add beauty to the summer garden. Blackberry lily is an old-fashioned perennial that originates from Russia, China and India. It forms upright clumps of stiff, sword-like leaves of medium green or bluish gray-green. In summer, the tall, airy, branched stems appear on 'Hello Yellow' with light lemony yellow blossoms. These are followed by clusters of small, round, glossy black fruits that look much like blackberries....
Gerald L. Klingaman
The long cultivated English daisy is a charming, small, short-lived perennial. It is a cool season plant that originates from the European grasslands and forest margins as far east as Turkey but is most commonly associated with England where it is favored as a garden ornamental. It is very easy to grow if given cool temperate summers.
The colorful English daisies appear above ground-hugging clumps of bright green foliage. The semi-evergreen clumps slowly spread over time by rhizomes. The pretty...
(Bellisima Red English Daisy, English Daisy)
English daisy is a cool season perennial that is native throughout much of Europe. The cultivar ‘Bellisima Red’ produces small basal clumps of semi-evergreen foliage and bears many large, double, cushion-like daisies of red. These appear on upright, green leafless stems and may bloom from late winter to summer and sporadically into mid-fall.
English daisy struggles in extreme heat, so where summers are hot it is best to plant it in part shade. Otherwise, it can be planted in full sun and should...
(Bright Carpet Mix English Daisy, English Daisy)
English daisies are small, charming, short-lived perennials. Those in this mix offer ground hugging clumps of bright green foliage studded with colorful daisies. The plants are native to European grasslands and forest margins as Far East as Turkey, but are most commonly associated with England where they are favored. They grow best where summers are temperate and wane in high heat and humidity.
These plants produce small basal clumps of semi-evergreen foliage that may slowly spread by rhizomes....