Bright yellow 4-petaled flowers bloom continuously from mid-summer through early fall, attracting bees, butterflies and birds.
Bright red textured fruit capsules split open in the fall revealing 4 glossy orange-red seeds, eaten by birds.
Clusters of perky yellow flowers bloom in late summer on tall stems.
Pink flowers clustered at the tips of square stems begin to bloom in late summer.
Loose clusters of delicate, blue or purple, bell-shaped flowers bloom intermittently atop slender stems from summer through fall.
Violet-colored flowers resembling snapdragon blooms appear in June-July.
Colonies of Partridge Berry produce a groundcover of evergreen leaves on organically-rich sandy soil.
Clusters of small yellow flowers appear August-September, and are attractive to bees and butterflies.
Tiny pink-purple flowers whorl around the tips of each stem and tucked within each pair of leaves, taking turns to bloom.
Individual spikes house whorls of small yellow 5-petaled flowers that tower over the foliage.