MADISON (WKOW) -- Add color to your spring garden with a variety of plants.
Spring bulbs, combined with early blooming perennials look great with the blossoms of a Betty magnolia.
Spring perennials like a long blooming hellebore have evergreen leaves, interesting blooms and are usually overlooked by the deer.
The delicate blue flowers of Brunnera make a great filler in the garden bed. The variegated leaves of many cultivars like Jack Frost brighten the shade throughout the season.
Lungwort's funnel-shaped flowers are favorites of hummingbirds and can be found in white, reddish-pink or pink fading to blue. The hairy leaves tend to discourage the deer and the variegated varieties lighten the shade.
The fine texture of the fern-leaf peony is the perfect backdrop for single or double red flowers. Though the leaves fade in late summer their unique appearance has earned them a spot in many gardens.