"I have these in two places and enjoy them immensely. They look good all through the summer and give beautiful blooms at the end of the year. Leave the flowers on all winter and in spring you'll have dried flowers to cut off and use in crafts. It's a no-fail perennial!"
- NSGardner in NY
Perennials for the Water-Wise Gardener
Our drought tolerant plants love hot, sunny spots and once established can thrive with very little supplemental water. If you live in a drought-prone area or simply want to reduce your water bills, these drought resistant plants are the perfect choice for your garden.
This fragrant free-flowering English Lavender has cool lavender-blue spikes that provide a carpet of color and add a finishing touch to bouquets, both fresh and dried. (Lavandula angustifolia) More Details
This spectacular groundcover is tough, drought-tolerant and will thrive in shady areas. Silver Gem’s elegant, light purple blooms are long-lasting and make a sweet statement in the late spring to fall. (Viola walteri) More Details
Purple Beauty is a true gem in the spring garden with gorgeous, bright purple blooms that are sweetly fragrant. This Creeping Phlox is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant, making very versatile in the sunny garden. (Phlox subulata) More Details
This Wild Larkspur’s gorgeous, deep purple blooms are uniquely-shaped and will make a stunning statement in the garden. It is a shorter variety, making it perfect for a border or small-space garden. (Delphinium tricorne) More Details
White Feather is the famous, tall-plumed grass that will create a dramatic effect wherever planted. This Pampas Grass is extremely easy to grow and can reach heights of eight feet or taller. (Cortaderia selloana) More Details
Perfect for a border, container, or rock garden, this shorter variety of Lavender grows to be about 10-12” tall. The fragrant blooms attract butterflies and are deer resistant. (Lavandula angustifolia) More Details
This true Blue Fescue’s colorful foliage forms graceful clumps, making its own proper statement in the garden all season long. We recommend planting this easy-care beauty in the border of your bed or in a rock garden. Once established, Beyond Blue is drought tolerant and extremely easy to grow, resistant critters and other garden nuisances. A hearty spreader, we recommend cutting this Ornamental Grass back each fall and dividing every few seasons. A wonderful investment for the avid gardener! More Details
This 2013 introduction is a must-have for any lavender fanatic! Broad green, variegated leaves boast the same sweet fragrance we’ve all grown to love from Lavender. Platinum Blonde is a compact variety, growing to be 16-24” tall, making it perfect for a small space or container garden. Deer resistant and highly fragrant, this Lavender makes for amazing fresh and dried bouquets, sachets, and more. Once established, Platinum Blonde is low-maintenance and drought-tolerant, making it a great fit for almost any garden. More Details
This unique Thyme gets its name from the thick carpet of hairy foliage that lines the garden floor throughout the season. Woolly does not have any flavor and is not used for culinary purposes. (Thymus) More Details
This Fountain Grass boasts elegant plumes with a pink/reddish hue, getting its name “Rubrum” from the word meaning red. It will put on a lovely, decorative show in the garden and is a wonderful accent grass. (Pennisetum setaceum) More Details
Looking for bold, fiery color all season long? Arizona Sun’s bold red blooms are edged in bright yellow, making a fun and bright statement from early summer to fall. This easy-to-grow perennial attracts goldfinches, butterflies, and other pollinators to the garden. It won the All-American Selections Award in 2005 and we aren’t surprised! This hardy perennial is deer resistant, drought tolerant, and thrives in almost any growing condition. Once established, this perennial requires little care and maintenance to come back year after year. Arizona Sun’s bright blooms also make for spectacular bouquets! More Details
Who doesn’t love the ever-changing colors and texture that Ornamental Grasses bring to the garden? Big Bluestem is no exception, creating a fiery red statement with its fall foliage colors. Growing to be about 6 feet, this variety makes a striking statement planted in the back of a perennial garden. We recommend planting this Bluestem grass in almost any sunny spot with well-draining soil. Deer tend to stay away and this grass will quickly become one of the focal points in your late season garden. More Details
What garden is complete without Bee Balm? This Eastern variety boasts unique, tubular pink blooms with light purple spots. This native perennial is sure to be a conversation-starter in almost any garden and attracts an abundance of pollinators to the spring and summer garden. The delightful blooms make for fun, cheerful bouquets and this smaller variety is perfect for a border or small space garden. More Details
With a little deadheading, Arizona Red Shades will bloom all summer long, providing vibrant color to almost any perennial garden. Like all Gaillardia, this variety thrives in full sun and tolerates most soil types. It is unappealing to deer and rabbits, but attracts pollinators to the garden all season long. A dwarf variety, Arizona Red Shades grows to be only 12” tall and makes for the perfect border plant, container perennial, or small space staple. We love Gaillardia because it is so easy to grow and works really well in hard-to-maintain areas of our gardens. More Details
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