Woody-base perennial from Southern Europe used mainly as a culinary herb with elliptic green leaves that are highly aromatic .

Hardy and fast growing member of the mint family that is native to Europe, but abundant in the states.

Popular perennial shrub that demands a lot of sunlight in exchange for fragrant leaves, which are popular for a multitude of uses.

The leaves of this popular perennial are very common culinary herbs, and can be grown in a wide range of sunny regions.

This dense tree is native to the Southeastern U.S. and is a relatively hardy, great spring time flowering tree.

Spawling plant with blue, star-shaped flowers possessing edible leaves native to the Mediterrean.

Parlin’s Pussytoes is a small, silvery-gray perennial wildflower found in the northeastern regions of North America, with tiny, velvety leaves and inconspicuous white to pale pink flowers.

Wild Senna is a wildflower native to North America that boasts bright yellow flowers and plays a crucial role in supporting local pollinators.

Amsonia illustris offers unique blue star-shaped flowers and a low-maintenance charm to enhance the beauty of garden landscapes across the state.

Threadleaf Bluestar is a perennial plant cherished for its fine, feathery foliage and clusters of striking blue flowers.