We all want brilliant splashes of color in our flower beds with minimal maintenance. The Browns’ garden features these popular native plants for bursts of seasonal color.
The perfect border flower, coreopsis blooms most of the summer and is generally easy to grow.
Latium Purple Dragon features silver leaves with green edges. Clusters of deep purple flowers bloom in the spring and continue off and on until autumn.
Hostas are perfect for shade gardens and offer trumpet-like flowers in white, pale blue or lavender.
Rudbeckia—also known as black-eyed susans—come in a rich array of yellow and gold hues. Other than deadheading, they require little maintenance.
This sunny border plant, Stokesia Blue Danube features eye-catching dark sky blue flowers with white centers. Deadheading encourages additional blooms throughout the season.
Impatiens come in a wide variety of beautiful colors—including pink. These annuals thrive in shade gardens and, while they need to be well watered, they are easy to grow.