Echinacea, 'Warm Summer' variety. Exceptional first-year flowering coneflowers, in a bright palette of lush, warm colors from June through August. Single flowers in shades of orange, yellow, scarlet red, rose, purple and cream. Reaches 26-30" tall on upright plants, 18"wide. The long, strong stems are lovely in a vase, fresh or dried. Zones 4-9. Full sun, water when dry just to get established. Resistant to Cold, Deer, Drought, Heat, Rabbits!!
Sold as 'Crazy Pink' coneflower, 'Adam Saul' is a prolific bloomer with flower power to spare. Expect a one-year-old plant to pump out over 100 blooms. This is definitely the right coneflower to include in a cutting garden. Pink petals dangle beneath an orange cone; flowers are fragrant. Plants grow to 30 inches tall and are hardy in zones 4 to 9.
Coreopsis Big Bang™ Star Cluster. Creamy white petals with deep purple patches surround a honey-colored eye during the cooler days of early summer and fall. Because the plants never set seed, they just keep on flowering.
Vanilla Strawberry (Hydrangea paniculata 'Renhy') has cone-shaped flowers that can show three colors at once during its bloom time, which can last into late fall. Vanilla Strawberry starts the season blooming creamy white before flower heads turn pink, then red or a darker burgundy. Grows up to 8 feet high and 5 feet wide. Zones 3-8; White Flower Farm