Guardian Blue Delphinium produces tall dark blue, purple spike blossoms. Part of the Guardian series which were bred for uniform flowers and early blossoms. These re-bloomers will bloom in early to mid-summer and continue if the growing season is long enough and they have been trimmed back in time to grow again. Plant in the back of the garden and stake if not protected from the wind for best results. Guardian blue Delphinium make an excellent cutting flower because of their thick stems and are deer resistant. (Delphinium) Learn More →
Also known as Tickseed, Coreopsis is a fabulous perennial Wildflower boasts long-lasting blooms that create a spectacular show in the late spring until fall. Part of the Big Bang Series, Polaris’ pure white blooms reflect the moonlight in the evening hours and are perfect for a moon or sensory garden. The long-lasting, neutral blooms look amazing planted with almost any other perennial and become the true backbone of any formal or wild garden. Like all Coreopsis, this variety is deer resistant, attracts pollinators, and makes for amazing cut flowers. Try planting with another Coreopsis variety, one that has bold, bright color; You’ll love the contrasting look in your garden all season long. USPPAF Learn More →
Oriental Firebolt Lily has a sweet fragrance that emanates from its large deep pinkish red flowers. This beauty is tall and statuesque. Growing up to 36” and producing an abundance of blossoms. It can take over 100 days for it to bloom, but when Firebolt opens up, it is a show worth waiting for. (Lillium) Learn More →
From its slender stocks, Asiatic Black Eye produces unique blossoms with white tips and dark purple, black centers. It’s a real eye catching lily, perfect for cut flower bouquets. Plant as a border, or as pop of color in a sunny location. (Lilium) Learn More →
Pristine white blooms are heavily streaked with purple, with a golden glow in the center. The foliage forms a pretty clump and the flowers are perfect in bouquets. (Iris ensata) Learn More →
Leichtlinii is a wild lily that resembles tiger lilies, especially the variety maximowiczii which is orange. It produces yellow flowers that have burgundy purple spots from its purple stems. Its flowers are smaller than the traditional tiger lily and do not create bulbils (seeds). Plant in full sun and watch the butterflies come to visit! (Lilium auratum) Learn More →
Tiny Sensations Asiatic Lily, is powerful despite its size. Its blossoms are a reddish orange with yellow speckled tips. This dwarf variety is great for containers, and borders. Plant in full sun and watch the butterflies visit this beauty. (Lillium) Learn More →
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