1: The Moutain Laurel PA's state flower. It is used for wreaths, furniture, bowls and other household items.
2: ROSES | There are over 100 species. Flowers vary in size and shape and are usually large and showy.
3: SNAPDRAGONS Their Latin name, "Antirrhinum major," Available in dwarf, medium and tall varieties that grow from 6 to 48 inches in height,
4: Achillea | A genus of about 85 flowering plants These flowers can be white, yellow, orange, pink or red.
5: Alstroemeria They are all native to South America. Commonly called the Peruvian lily or Lily of the Incas
6: Canna Is a genus of 19 species of flowering plants The name Canna originates from the Celtic word for a cane or reed
7: Camellia They are found in eastern and southern Asia. There are 100–250 described species.
8: Amaryllis A native of the Western Cape region of South Africa. Color variations of white, cream, peach, magenta and nearly red hues.
9: Pansy Viola May grow to nine inches in height. The name pansy which is a French word. It is spelled pensée in French ,which means"thought", and was imported into Late Middle English as a name of viola in the mid 15th century
10: Carnation They are 2 to 3 inches wide on 1- to 2-foot stems. Colors can be white, yellow, pink, red, salmon, fuchsia, deep purple, light green and bi-colors.
11: Tulips Tulips are spring-blooming perennials that grow from bulbs. tulip plants are between 4 inches and 28 inches high.