Curcuma longa is an easy to grow, rhizomatous, herbaceous perennial plant in the ginger family that has a huge following for it’s medicinal properties.
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This is a clump-forming perennial which features light to dark blue, tubular, 2-lipped flowers that bloom July to September.
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.
A very popular, large grass that forms dense, substantial clumps featuring eye catching, huge, feathery, silvery white plumes.
St. John’s wort features large yellow flowers (2 to 3 inches across) having numerous, bushy stamens with reddish anthers.
Hyacinth is a spring (April) flowering bulb that produces spikes of flowers noted for their intense, often overpowering, fragrance.
Perennial that produces hanging, bell-shaped flowers held on upright racemes from April to early May.
An easy-to-grow ornamental plant that can be grown on a variety of support structures in your garden, or landscape.
Racemes of funnel-shaped, lavender flowers appear in summer on scapes rising well above the variegated foliage.
Galanthus Elwesii is a first of spring flower blooming in the February to March time frame, sometimes pushing up through the snow.