Beautiful silver foliage provides a wonderful background for the bright white flowers that appear late spring. Snow-in-summer is a short-lived mat-forming perennial that is useful as an edging, groundcover, or for trailing over rocks and containers. Must be provided with excellent drainage and a little bit of shade in the hot summer months.
Features semi-double to double flowers with wavy petals of maroon, pink, and white. Attractive chocolate-colored buds. The showy flowers bloom in spring and early summer on dark stems atop greenish-blue foliage. Plants perform best in well-drained soil.
Large, 3", wine-red flowers bloom on long stems throughout summer and into fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting and use in fresh arrangements. An excellent choice for constant color in the garden. Plants require little care once established and can be short-lived but do self-seed. Excellent winter drainage required.
Large, 3", bright-yellow petals surround a butter-colored center. A very heavy bloomer that provides loads of color to the garden from summer through fall. Great for attracting butterflies to the garden and providing color to fresh flower arrangements. Plants require little care once established. Excellent winter drainage required.