Hyacinthus are spring-blooming bulbous perennials. Hyacinths are fragrant Asparagaceae, Scilloideae flowers.


Hibiscus is a Malvaceae flower genus. Several hundred species are native to warm temperate, subtropical, and tropical climates worldwide.


Dahlias are bushy, herbaceous perennials from Mexico and Central America. The sunflower, daisy, chrysanthemum, and zinnia are its dicotyledonous Compositae relatives.


These trumpet-shaped bulbs bloom in spring.  Between shrubs, in a woodland garden border, or in a vast grove. Sun or shade, daffodils grow.


These plants attract pollinators, bringing blooms and butterflies. This plant's height appears on the label. Noninvasive variations are small. Butterflies require sun.

Butterfly Bush

Angelonia is a Plantaginaceae genus with 30 species from Mexico to Argentina. Herbaceous plants found in arid and semi-arid regions.


Several to eight feet tall, these shrubs. Softball- or bowling-ball-sized flowers bloom. Many have month-long white blossoms. Sunlight blooms hydrangeas.


This old-fashioned garden staple has green leaves and white blossoms. This plant blooms late spring to early summer. Scent patios and walkways with them. Gardenias need shade.


This traditional plant features green leaves and white flowers. Late spring to early summer for this shrub. Aromatize patios and sidewalks. They need shade.


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