These beauties love my garden as they spread like crazy and pop up everywhere. I'm always digging up clumps or pulling seedlings. They are good for sharing with friends, family and neighbors and for gardening on a budget. You could plant them in great drifts for drama. Pictured clockwise from the top left: Sedum, eryngium (sea holly), good ole daisy and purple coneflower (aka echinacea - native to this region). Butterflies love all of these plants. So they would also be great for a child's butterfly garden.