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Gazania (African Daisy) brings a bright carpet of delightful, daisy-shaped flowers to the garden in early to late spring. This tough, low-growing plant is a native of South Africa, tolerates heat extremely well and is drought resistant.
The Agapanthus or Star of Bethlehem is one of those flowers you just can't get wrong. Beautiful blue - A. africanus (Star of Bethlehem). The Agapanthus plant is a perennial. It is an extremely tough, drought hardy plant, coming from South Africa. There are about 10 different species.
Lady’s mantle (Alchemilla mollis or Alchemilla vulgaris) is an attractive perennial plant. Its soft gray-green foliage is semi-round with scalloped-shaped leaves. In late spring and early summer, the plant produces nearly inconspicuous chartreuse (yellow-green) blooms.
Allium roseum (Rosy Garlic) Rosy Garlic, Rosy-Flowered Garlic, Ornamental Onion, Spring Bulbs, Spring Flowers Allium roseum (Rosy Garlic) is a beautiful sight with its elegant, exquisitely-scented clusters of pale to rich pink, star-shaped flowers forming umbels up to 3 in. wide (7 cm).
About Alstroemeria. ALSTROEMERIA PERUVIAN LILY. All are outstanding cut flowers and like a well drained, fertile soil. Mulching, especially the first winter, can make them hardy in colder zones than stated. Hint for Alstroe fanatics: Check out Bomerea salsilla, the climbing Alstroemeria.
Sweet alyssum is a groundcover plant with tiny white, pink, cream, or purple flowers. It is classically found in coastal areas, but will grow in most zones during the growing season. Technically a perennial, it is usually grown as an annual in most regions of the United States.