Clumps of finely cut, shiny dark green leaves put up 2–3-ft.-tall stems terminating in yellow to orange flowers typically shaped like globes or rounded cups. Deadhead to prolong bloom. Excellent cut flowers. Cannot take drought, heat; constantly damp area near a pond or stream is an ideal planting site. If growing globeflowers in a regular garden bed, liberally amend soil with organic matter and keep well watered. Divide clumps only when they thin out in center.
Native to China, Siberia. Grows 3 ft. tall, 1/2 ft. wide. Light orange-yellow, 2-in. flowers with open bowl shape; summer bloom.
This is a dwarf (to 3 ft. high and wide) holly with larger red fruit.
Native to western Canada and mountainous parts of western U.S. To 15–20 ft. tall, spreading by r...
Plants offered under this name may actually belong to other species. From eastern North America. Grows...