Tolerates dry or humid areas. Grow them in windy areas to reduce the risk of mildew and other fungus related diseases.
Easy to grow, it prefers poor soil conditions. In a rich soil, it will tend to produce more leaves than flowers. Prolific flowerer.
Big cutleaf foliage will surely attract looks to this coneflower. Prefers a humid and well drained soil.
One of the nicest spring native plant. A clump of bloodroot can flower for two weeks. Needs a rich and fresh soil.
Long and narrow grass-like leaves. The flower of the Blue-eyed Grass is small and delicate, violet blue with a yellow heart. Prefers a moist soil.
Interesting undergrowth plant. In summer, it bears a multitude of star-shaped white flowers. Needs a rich soil.
Cutleaf foliage like that of the columbine. Large perennial with a light, vaporous aspect. Prefers a loose and deep soil.
In a light and rich soil, it grows rapidly into a dense rug. Light, delicate flowers appears well above foliage.
Native plant with stems bearing three heart-shaped leaves and a deep red flower on top. Summer dormant. Needs a rich, humid and well drained soil.
Grows in a well drained soil in full sun.