A perennial of great elegance, yellow waxbells grows 2–4 ft. tall, 2–2 1/2 ft. wide, with dark purplish stems carrying deeply lobed and toothed leaves. Pale yellow flower clusters appear in joints of upper leaves and at tops of stalks in late summer and early autumn. Blossoms are drooping and narrowly bell-shaped, 1 1/2 in. long. Lovely in partially shaded border or woodland garden. Needs ample organic matter in soil. Native to Japan, Korea.
From China. Loose, spikelike clusters of 1 1/2 to 2-in. white flowers open from a profusion of buds re...
Onion relative from the Mediterranean region and western Asia that creates an attractive silhouette. S...
Has whiteflowers with 25 or more segments,each with a longitudinalpink stripe.