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.
Native to Eastern North America. Unlike most kinds of holly, this will thrive in boggy soils, although...
Eastern U.S. native grows 4 to 10 ft. tall and wide; spreads slowly by suckers. Thin, strong branches ...
This is a dwarf (to 3 ft. high and wide) holly with larger red fruit.