Succulent perennial with pale green leaves and large clusters of bright pink flowers in summer. A great rock garden plant. Attracts butterflies.
Makes a wide clump of 3-lobed shamrock-like bright purple leaves that look great all summer. The clumps are topped in fall with light lavender flowers.
Flowering perennial with single white flowers that have a bold yellow eye and stand tall on strong stems. Holds up well to heat and humidity. Flowers are good for cutting.
Unique selection has large flowers consisting of layers of white fluffy petals surrounding a yellow button center over attractive dark green toothed foliage.
Low growing with a profusion of deep violet blooms on compact spikes throughout summer. Thrives in heat and dry conditions. Great for rock gardens or as a low border edging.
Sun-loving, heat and drought tolerant perennial that blooms constantly from early summer to fall. Blooms are deep pink, held against a dense carpet of foliage.
Narrow, gray-green leaves have a strong, garlic scent. Lilac-pink flowers rise above the foliage from summer to fall. Flowers and leaves are edible.