Plumbago: Our Favorite Flowers
Cover the ground with this blue-flowered shrub.
The deciduous groundcover plumbago, Ceratostigma plumbaginoides, offers blue flowers in late summer then russet-red leaves in the fall. Plant this woody based perennial in full sun to light shade.
Take off with these rocket-shaped flowers.
Add color and versatility to your summer garden container.
Learn where to grow the very popular azalea, a stalwart of spring, from HGTV.
This edible annual is known for its fast-growing habit.
Scent up your garden with these fragrant flowers.
These bright daisy-like blooms are the stars of the late summer and fall garden.
Learn how to discover which plants underscore and help define a specific garden design style.
Butterflies (and hummingbirds!) love to visit this vigorous flowering shrub.