Description: Hardy Perennial. Masses of bright yellow flower clustered mounds with silver gray foliage appear in early spring and begin blooming very early; often with forsythia and tulips. Taller and more spreading than sweet Alyssum.
Description: Hardy Annual. An All-American Selection because of its low height and spreading growth. Delightfully fragrant flowers bloom all summer long. Their deep purple color contrasts pleasingly with Alyssum, Carpet of Snow. Easy to grow.
Description: Hardy Annual. Masses of tiny white blossoms, with their honey-like fragrance, quickly shape themselves into low, lacy mounds of flowers and foliage, with clumps measuring about 8 inches wide. Easy to grow
Description: Grow this drought tolerant daisy as a ground cover, border or filler between low-growing shrubs. Flowers are 2 to 3 inches across in shades of yellow, orange, salmon and white with contrasting dark centers. Blooms in summer.