Top Plants That Thrive in Clay- false indigo for its blue springtime flowers, baptisia is a native prairie plant with deep roots that push through the toughest clay soil. Other selections extend baptisia's color range to white, yellow, and purple.
Top Plants That Thrive in Clay. A favorite in the shade garden for its attractive foliage, many hostas also produce pretty spikes of white or lavender blooms. 'Patriot' hosta, pictured, has blue-green leaves dramatically edged in pure white.
Silk phalaenopsis orchid in a clay pot. Product: Faux floral arrangementConstruction Material: Clay and silkColor: Green and whiteFeatures: Faux phalaenopsis orchid flowersSimple yet elegant Dimensions: 21 H x Diameter
Coral Bells 'Paris' coral bells produces a frothy sea of pink blooms floating above silvery green foliage, so even when this perennial flower is not in bloom, it looks great. Other varieties are grown strictly for their attractive foliage colors, with sh
Golden black-eyed Susan is a summer staple for sunny borders. 'Goldsturm' is the most commonly grown variety. It spreads quickly, but not invasively, to fill a planting bed with long-lasting color. Name: Rudbeckia 'Goldstrum' Zones: