Featured Flowers on HGTV Gardens

We've featured these flowers (and plants) on HGTV Gardens because of their beauty and usefulness. Some are favored for their foliage. Others attract birds, bees and other wildlife to your garden.

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Sea Holly

Sea holly (Eryngium x tripartitum) can grow to a height of 32 inches and spread 20 inches. This perennial prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Its cone-like purple bloom heads appear in mid to late summer and attract butterflies. Consider for your rock garden or as a specimen plant.

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