A profusion of purple flower spikes rises above the attractive green, wooly foliage of lilac sage.
A close look at the foliage of Jacob's ladder explains its common name.
You might mistake Japanese hydrangea vine for climbing hydrangea—the flower forms are similar.
Though the silver-frosted fronds of this gorgeous fern look delicate, Japanese painted fern is actually a pretty tough customer.
As a succulent, ice plant (Delosperma cooperi) prefers dry weather and dry soil.
This upright perennial grass was one of the most common plants in the tallgrass prairie ecosystem.
The sun-loving hyacinth bean (Lablab purpureus) is an annual vine that easily climbs trellises, heavy netting, a wire fence, or strong twine.
In summer, dainty, deep pink flowers float above foliage on the bloody cranesbill.
If you're looking for a perennial with all-summer display, consider globe thistle.
An easy-care plant full of golden yellow to creamy yellow flowers.