Ajuga is a garden favorite. It's also called snow on the mountain. It has very deep hues of burgandy purple leaves and blooms in the summmer nice lavender blooms. It's a perennial groundcover.
The Hepatica is a small deep purple low growing perennial that prefers shade to sun. It's a hardy species and loves to be in moist zones of 4-9.
Buttercups, also known as daffodils are one of the first perennials to flower in early spring. In fact, old folks often says it will always snow on buttercups before spring and surprisingly, it usually does. They surely get in a rush to bloom the old timer's say:
Purple Coneflowers make a bold statement in a garden. They reach heights of 3 feet and stay bloomed for week in the mid summer months. Hummingbirds, butterflies and bees love the nectar in these beauties. They do well in zones 3-9 and are hardy and reseed themselves.This meaning they multiply and make more plants each year but are never invasive.
The Orange Day Lillies are a very unique yet delicate flower. Lillies are often the closest love next to roses for women of finer likings. Lillies are very subtle and often are used in the place of roses in weddings.
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