Tall erect stems and deeply cut leaves topped with creamy white flowers describe tall thimbleweed. The fun thing about this plant is its long bloom season, from spring to early fall. Click here for some tips on how to grow thimbleweed and enjoy them in your garden.
By growing Grecian windflowers, you can add a pretty new perennial to your garden. This spring bulb comes in range of colors, providing low clumps of blooms that easily fit into a variety of garden types and climates. Learn more in this article.
Japanese anemone is a tall, stately perennial that produces glossy foliage and big, saucer-shaped flowers. They are a cinch to grow and adaptable to most growing conditions. Click the article that follows to learn more about growing a Japanese anemone in your garden.
A member of the buttercup family, anemone, often known as windflower, is a diverse group of plants available in a range of sizes, forms and colors. Click this article to learn more about tuberous and non-tuberous types of anemone plants.
Also known as windflower, wood anemone plants are low-growing wildflowers that produce dainty, waxy blooms rising above attractive, bright green foliage in spring and summer. Find out how to grow wood anemone plants in this article.
Anemone plants have low-clumping foliage and colorful blooms. Oftentimes referred to as windflowers, these carefree plants are commonly found dotting the landscapes of many home gardens. Click here for more.