|This Partridge Pea reached about 3' in height. They can look gangly |
in a manicured garden, but fit well into a naturalistic setting.
|The seedpods of Partridge Pea curl up when they release the seeds. These could look nice in a flower arrangement.|
|The American Pennyroyal forms dense low border 9-12" tall. |
There is a little Selfheal (Prunella vulgaris) mixed in.
|These Amercan Bellflowers are at the back of a garden, an appropriate location.|
They can get 5-6' tall in a sunny site.
|The narrow foliage of Plains Coreopsis allows to mix well |
with other plantings without blocking the view.
|The bright yellow flowers of this Yellow Sneezeweed do not need to be deadheaded. |
Just as well, I hope to get some reseeding from these.
|The tubular flowers of this Salvia did attract our hummingbirds earlier in the season. |
At 24-30" it shows up well among other garden plants.