Trumpet vines are a favorite for their showy reddish, orangish, or yellowish flowers in summer and autumn.
A tropical tomato relative has dark purple flowers that fade to lavender-purple then white.
Ornamental grasses are becoming increasingly popular in gardens--and it's not tough to see why.
Painted daisy has gone through something of an identity crisis.
Sea hollies slightly resemble globe thistles.
A first-class ground cover, mondo grass looks like a lush grass.
Many monkshoods look similar to delphiniums.
Mulleins, like the related foxglove, bear spikes of colorful flowers.
The obedient plant is an easy-care native perennial that's perfect for informal or naturalized gardens.
Omphalodes is related to lungworts and forget-me-nots.