Queen Anne's Lace - Queen Anne's Lace This easy-growing cut flower offers umbrella-shaped clusters of lacy blooms in mid to late summer. A relative of the carrot, it has a taproot and doesn't transplant well, but it reseeds gregariously. Plant Name: Daucus carota Growing Conditions: Full sun and well-drained soil Size: To 4 feet tall and 1 foot wide Zones: Biennial in Zones 4-8
‘Betty Cummins’ pink swamp azalea, Rhododendron viscosum, is a rare deep pink flowered form of our native swamp azalea. Swamp azalea grows wild from Maine to Florida, and this particular form was found in New Jersey. It blooms in early summer and has a wonderful spicy, clove-like scent. The deciduous, lustrous deep green leaves turn an attractive orange to maroon in fall.
Shrub Rose: Rosa 'Cardinal Hume'
Trillium - 1st yr
Every perennial gardener must have coneflowers in their garden. They are easy to care for, absolutely beautiful, and, again, easy to divide. And, they don't just come in pink - they can be in many beautiful colors.