Old-fashioned cottage garden plant from central and southern Europe; naturalized in North America. Free-branching growth to 3 ft. high and wide. From late spring into summer, bears rounded clusters of 1/2-in., four-petaled lilac to purple flowers similar to those of stock (Matthiola); blossoms are fragrant at night. Grows readily from seed and often self-sows. When plants get old and woody, replace them with young seedlings. White- and double-flowered forms exist.
Native from Europe to western Asia, these clumping or trailing perennials are vigorous growers with op...
Graceful, open tree with strongly weeping branches, deeply cut leaves. Sunburns in hot, dry weather.
Deciduous shrub. Native to inland regions of the West. Erect growth to 3–6 ft. tall and wide. Li...