"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.
Magnum Coral Bell produces dark purple burgundy leaves the size of 8-10”. Magnum blooms small white bell shaped flowers that grow from the base of the plant. Add this plant for added texture and colored foliage to any shade to part shade garden. Coral bells look great planted in a container or as a border in a garden. (Coral Bells Magnum USPPAF) (Heurchera villosa) More Details
This Coreopsis’ large, deep yellow blooms are offset by maroon centers, flowering from late spring into the fall, creating a long-lasting burst of color in any sunny spot. Corey Yellow is deer resistant and makes for gorgeous bouquets. (Coreopsis) PP#20023 More Details
This hardy variety withstands extreme temperatures and is long-blooming, igniting the garden with bright orange/red flowers from early summer to fall. Sunset Strip is drought tolerant and prefers full sun. PPAF (Coreopsis verticillata) More Details
Liatris spicata also known as Blazing Star is a beautiful purple perennial. Its grass like foliage and tall blooming spikes attract butterflies, birds and bees. Liatris is a great cut flower and is deer resistant. Plant with Bee Balm and Black Eyed Susan’s for a vibrant garden. (Liatris spicata) More Details
Echinacea Purpurea or purple coneflower produces long lasting mauve pink to purple daisy like flowers. Coneflower is one of the finest native perennials, attracting all types of butterflies, birds and bees to your garden. This easy to grow coneflower is tough, being able to withstand drought, and cold. (Echinacea purpurea) More Details
Black Eyed Susan or Rudbeckia produce golden yellow flowers with a black center, similar to a daisy. They are one of the most popular wildflowers grown and can be found in gardens and meadows. Butterflies, bees and other pollinators are attracted to Black Eyed Susans for their sweet nectar. They bloom from midsummer to fall. (Rudbeckia hirta) More Details
Beautiful, native perennial that produces clusters of fragrant pink flowers in late summer. It's a great addition to your garden and is very popular with pollinators. (Asclepias incarnata) More Details
Salvia Sensation Rose is a compact perennial that produces spiky pink flowers. This beauty blooms in summer and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Saliva is deer resistant and is an excellent cut flower. (Sage)
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
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