Grow Echinacea, A Native American Favorite

Coneflowers are easy to grow, native American wildflowers that do well in many conditions | GardenersPath.com

If you’d like to add a slice of Americana to your garden, consider echinacea, the plains native favored by American Indians for medicinal uses. Coneflowers come in purple as well as a whole range of eye-popping hues. Find out how easy they are to grow now at Gardener’s Path.

Anise Hyssop is a Honey of an Herb in Border Gardens

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Are you looking for a perennial native flower to naturalize in your yard? Anise hyssop is the answer for sun-filled border gardens, where its lavender spikes create a showy swath of color throughout the summer months. Learn about this easy-to-grow, deer-resistant plant right here on Gardener’s Path.

Plant a Classic: Perennial Peony

A close up photo of two pink herbaceous peony blooms.

Perennial peony is a garden classic. Choose from herbaceous, tree, and intersectional varieties with single, double, and semi-double blossoms in a host of striking colors. Learn the secrets to success and enjoy this spring-to-summer stunner in your beds and borders for years to come. It’s all here, on Gardener’s Path.

How to Grow Black-Eyed Susans, a Garden Favorite

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For a cheery splash of daisy-like flowers that attract butterflies and bees, consider adding black-eyed susan to your landscape. You’ll be rewarded with masses of blooms that do well in a variety of soils and conditions. Pollinators love it, and you’ll find plenty of other benefits to this lovely flower in our feature.