The dwarf serviceberry is a deciduous shrub that typically grows between three and five feet tall. They are fairly easy to care for and can adapt to various soils. However, they prefer well-drained, acidic soils in areas with full sun to partial shade.

The sweetshrub plant is a deciduous shrub that can grow between six and 12 feet tall and wide. These plants grow at a medium rate and can be found naturally in areas with ample shade.

The red-barked dogwood can be grown as a shrub or a small tree. It can grow between eight and 10 feet tall and wide. You should plant red-barked dogwood in well-drained soil that receives full to partial sunlight.

English Lilac

The English lilac is grown as a shrub or small tree. These plants have highly fragrant blooms in the spring, typically in May. These blooms are typically seen in purple. However, there are also blue, cream, pink, and white flowers. The flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds, bees, and moths.

Wild garlic plants are bulbous perennials that form grass-like clumps of leaves with star-shaped flowers. These plants can grow up to 18 inches are are considered weedy. They are frequently found in disturbed areas, meadows, thickets, fields, forests, and lawns.

Butterfly weeds are herbaceous perennial wildflowers. They grow between one and two feet tall and have an erect habit. These plants are ideal for borders, mass plantings, and small groups.

Eastern ox-eyes are perennial wildflowers with clumping and erect habits. These sunflowers look best when used in a mass planting. They can grow up to six feet tall and four feet wide. You can easily grow them in locations with well-drained soil in full sun.

Common Pear

The common pear is a fruit tree with an erect and spreading habit. It typically grows between 40 and 50 feet tall and spreads between 25 and 35 feet. You should grow the common pear in areas with full sun and in well-drained, loamy soil. However, it is tolerant of clay soil.

Morning Glory

Morning glories are a perennial, deciduous vine that can grow as high as 30 feet. These plants do well in various soil textures. However, they prefer full sun to partial shade and well-drained soil. Once established, the morning glory is resistant to dry soil.

Cliff Rose

The cliff rose is a herbaceous perennial with a clumping and spreading habit. These plants can grow up to a foot tall. You can find cliff roses naturally along the coastline. They are resistant to salt spray and dry soil.