Violet With their edible and fragrant blooms, violets are among the most charming flowers for the cottage garden. These cool-weather lovers start in spring and often bloom again in fall. Name: Viola varieties Growing conditions: Partial to full shade and well-drained soil Height: To 1 foot tall Zones: 4-8, depending on variety
Corydalis solida--Fumewort. This 1930s Scandinavian woodland tuber has delicate, light pink-purple tubular flowers and gray-green foliage. Moisture-tolerant, it needs rich, well-draining soil in partial shade. Deer-proof.
Fritillaria meleagris - Fritillaria - Fall 2014 Flower Bulbs