Violet With their edible and fragrant blooms, violets are among the most charming flowers for the cottage garden. These cool-weather lovers start in spring and often bloom again in fall. Name: Viola varieties Growing conditions: Partial to full shade and well-drained soil Height: To 1 foot tall Zones: 4-8, depending on variety
Zebra Cactus - This plant will grow well in full sun and it requires very little water. Plants are 6" tall and will grow babies around the base of the mother plant. They produce small white flowers with purple pin stripes on a long outreaching stem.
This deep purple/black double tulip is very similar to the ever popular Queen of Night Tulip, except it has double the petals! The deep blooms will put on a show in Late Spring, and look best when planted with contrasting blooms such as Stainless Daffodils, Super Parrot Tulips, and Pink Diamond Single Late Tulips.