“Our Heavenly Father is aware of our needs and will help us as we call upon him for assistance. I believe that no concern of ours is too small or insignificant. The Lord is in the details of our lives” –Thomas S Monson
chamomile, so pretty and smell heavenly in the herb garden; they're easy to grow from seed and naturalize well if you leave the second batch of flowers (after harvesting for tea, etc) to wilt and go to seed
Filipendula Rubra 'Venusta', Queen of the Prairie 'is splendid herbaceous perennial with large, elegant sprays of small deep pink flowers borned on leafy stems well above the follage from early to mid summer. Pleasantly fragant, the graceful blossoms mature to pale pink over time and are nicely complemented by deeply cut, bright green leaves that are equally fragante. Tough ,long-lasting , this u.s native perennial is valued for both its leaves and its flowers
Linaria purpurea ‘Cannon Went’ or “Pink Toadflax” - Easy to grow! Lovely pink, small, snapdragon-like flowers over thin grayish leaves. To 2' tall. Blooms June-Sept. Reseeds. Sun to part shade. Drought tolerant and deer resistant. Perennial zones 5-10.