These clump-forming perennials have square stems and paired leaves. Long, tubular flowers flare out into two lips, the upper one narrow and hooded, the lower one broad. Blossoms are clustered in roundish or elongated inflorescences. Easy to grow with good drainage.Scutellaria baicalensis
Native to Siberia, China, and Japan. Stems first spread, then grow upright, forming a clump 1 1/2 ft. tall and wide. Narrowly ovate, medium green leaves. Dense, one-sided clusters of blue-purple, inch-long flowers in summer and fall.
Leaves emerge dusky red and mature through apricot tones to golden yellow.
Native to 2,000–12,000-ft. elevations from western Nebraska and the Dakotas into the Sierra Neva...
Native from Maine to Minnesota, south to Florida, Arizona, and Mexico. Light green leaves form a compa...