The color of the flowers, the bloom time and the overall garden design are all a big part of this but, perhaps, the most important thing to consider is the amount of sun the garden plant needs. - My Cottage Garden
Tulipa tarda: This unique dwarf tulip produces yellow petals with broad tips that look as if theyve been dipped in farm-fresh cream. A wild-type tulip, it is a true perennial and is perfect for borders and rock gardens. Name: Tulipa tarda
Plant an all white flower garden and the flowers glow in the moonlight. Dressed in White White forget-me-nots, tulips, daisies and money plant combine with hostas and silvery astelia foliage in this spring garden.