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.
This colorful ornamental grass creates a sweet, pink cloud in the back of a sunny border or as a stand-alone specimen in a perennial bed. Blooms appear in late summer. A dependable variety, Cotton Candy Grass tolerates h
Confederate Jasmine: this stuff smells nice and grows like crazy. My mother used it to cover bare fence. I have some in front yard & it took over my tree all the way to the top. But it smells so heavenly sitting on the front porch!