Day Lillies and Black Eyed Susan. Trumpet-shape daylilies come in colors such as pink, red and orange that complement classic orange-yellow black-eyed Susans. Both bloom midsummer; black-eyed Susan flowers last until midautumn.
Meadowsweet looks like a supersized astilbe with its cotton-candy blooms of fluffy pink borne on stems. The plant is also known as queen-of-the-prairie, a fitting name for this Midwest native. It grows best in full sun, but it tolerates some shade.
Crinum This is one of the toughest plants you can grow. Sometimes called bog lily because it loves moist soil, crinum offers bold clusters of pink, purple, or white fragrant flowers from spring to fall.
Euphorbia thrives in the difficult conditions commonly found under big trees.Upright spikes of lime green flowers emerge in spring and persist through early summer. The bright flowers show up well above the dark glossy foliage. In better conditions it mak
Swamp Milkweed Milkweeds are butterfly favorites. Showy pink flowers appear in mid-summer and attract monarch butterflies. Growing Conditions: Full sun, moist to average soils Size: To 5 feet tall Zones:
Turn low-lying damp spots in your landscape into a colorful flower border by selecting perennials that thrive in wet soil. Here are some of the best perennials you can grow in soggy situations. This is creeping jenny