Bell-shaped yellow flowers appear in both terminal and upper leaf axillary clusters from late summer to early autumn.
Typically summer snowflake produces 2 to 5 white, nodding, bell-shaped flowers that appear at the top of a naked hollow flower scape.
This is a tough, but graceful, spring flowering, upright deciduous shrub that typically reaches a height of 8 to 10 feet.
This is a 15 foot evergreen shrub; flowers appear in white to pinkish terminal clusters (6 inches across), typically covering the shrub in late May to June.
Clump-forming, dwarf cultivar of feverfew which typically grows only 8 to 12 inches in height and features small daisy-like flowers.
Fragrant, tiny white flowers borne in cylindrical, drooping racemes (3 to 6 inches in length) cover this shrub with blooms from May to June.
Its popularity comes from its July to September bloom of saucer-shaped, white to pink flowers (to 2 to 3 inches across) that appear singly.
The lavender flowers and foliage are popular additions to any landscape or garden. English lavender varieties are more often used for culinary purposes.
Whorls of small, two-lipped, yellow flowers that appear on axillary stalks (about ¾ inch in length) and you will first see them in late spring.
Pea-like yellow flowers in racemes (about 15 inches in length) appear in a profuse, often spectacular, late spring bloom.