Who wouldn't want a bright red, season long flower with yellow tips? This tiny but mighty perennial is native and hardy. This beautiful plant has it's wildlife benefits to in that it makes a great pollinator. Mature growth is around 12" high with a spread of around 18". This striking plant will be a show stopper in any full sun, sandy - loam garden.
Taxus evergreens are known for their dense foliage, and Densiformis is no exception to that. A spreading cultivar, it typically grows in a mound 3-4’ tall and wide. These work well in the landscape as a hedge or foundation plant. These have wonderful winter interest holding their green color. They resist rabbits, heavy shade and drought.
Cheyenne Spirit Coneflower
Looking for a random rainbow of colors? Perfect! Cheyenne Spirit is the one for you. Each stem in this variety will vary in color from white, red, yellow, orange, etc. This is a sturdy coneflower that was the 2013 All-America Selections® award for garden performance. It flowers the first year and grows to be around 2.5’ tall x 2’ wide. These look beautiful in open woodland gardens or as an attractive accent plant in the landscape.
Upright, compact and striking dark purple leaves allow this perennial to stand out in the garden. The sturdy stems support pink flowers. The tubular shaped flowers will attract hummingbirds and other pollinators. Mass these sun loving plants in sunny borders or pollinator gardens.