If the standard purple coneflower is what comes to mind when you think of Echinacea, just wait until you see these outstanding new colors and flower forms.
A perennial with vivid red and orange flowers, which blooms June through October.
A perennial vine with greenish-white to yellow flowers that become large, gorgeous fruits that split in autumn to reveal red seeds inside orange husks.
Enjoy colorful bouquets before the snow flies.
These hardy perennials pass the test for low-maintenance and good looks.
A gentle giant in the garden with bright yellow blooms.
A new cultivar for 2010 that will keep your garden bright with eye-popping yellow.
A classic beauty that blooms all summer long.
Penstemons are a staple in Western gardens—and for good reason. Certain types of these native plants thrive on heat and drought. They prefer poor soils and, once established, require little water.
This southeastern wildflower sizzles in the shadows with 2-inch-long, trumpet-shaped, fire-engine red flowers that open to yellow throats.