Liriope spicata(Lily Turf). Clump-forming ground cover with strappy leaves and spikes of lavender-colored flowers in July-Aug. Fast spreading. Works well as a ground cover. Good for erosion control. Ht.12-15in. Zone 4 Evergreen.
Oklahoma designated Indian Blanket (Gaillardia pulchella) as the official state wildflower in 1986. Also called firewheel, the Indian blanket flower is a symbol of Oklahoma's scenic beauty as well as the state's Indian heritage.
Sea Lavender (Limonium ‘Perezii Blue’) is an evergreen perennial Sea Lavender prefers to grow in a sunny position, in well-drained, sandy soil. Its tolerance to sea spray and low rainfall make it an excellent choice for seaside and low-maintenance gardens, rockeries and perennial borders.