Experience the Victorian charm of these beautiful and fragrant blossoms.
Their daisy flowers have red, yellow, orange and maroon shades that remind us of the rich colors of the blankets woven by the Native Americans.
Sage and lavender are used extensively in perennial borders but there is another, hyssop, that deserves more attention than it currently receives.
They are a good perennial for gardens visited by deer, who tend to avoid the aromatic plants.
There are about 40 Eupatarium species of native North American wildflowers available and they like room to romp and form large clumps.
A farmer may still refer to asters as weeds. However, the explorers who came to this country about two centuries ago, recognized their horticultural value.