The unique feathery petals of the Hollyhock flower atop tall stalks make this a striking option for the flower garden.
The buttercup yellow flowers of the Evening Primrose are hard to resist. The blooms appear in late summer or early fall and are prolific.
These striking odd-looking flowers get their name because the white stamens stick straight up out of the fluffy center of the flower.
With its dense swarming white flowers, this low-lying shrub-like plant is ideal for low borders, walkways, and along fences.
A wispy, delicate plant with graceful star-shaped flowers, Gaura adds a sweet elegance to the garden.
The foliage and flowers of Meadowsweet are equally attractive, adding tons of interest and dimension to the garden.
A plant with few equals, Torch Lily or Red Hot Poker produces cascades of vibrant tubular flowers on 2-5-foot stalks
The stunning upright tubular flower clusters of Indian Pink are super popular with hummingbirds and are quickly growing in popularity as a landscape option.
The striking and brightly colored flowers are enormous and grow singularly on tall stalks above the low-growing green foliage.