"I purchased these as the very first thing I had ever gotten from American Meadows and I was not disappointed! They are huge now and I have gotten even more from this grower and will continue! Great price, quality and super communicative. I would highly recommend again and again :)"
- Garden Lady in NJ
A little bit of everything!
If it's not a large perennial group like Daylilies or Hostas you'll find it here. And just because these plants don't fall into a category doesn't mean that they don't belong in your garden — there are some real beauties in this group!
This dwarf Aster grows to be about 8-22”, making it perfect for a border or container garden. Peachie’s Pick’s vibrant blue blooms illuminate the late season garden and are drought-tolerant. (Stokesia leavis) More Details
Looking for something unique this year? Plant this drought-tolerant perennial beauty for years of textured blooms, illuminating the early summer garden. This Bachelor Button makes great cut flowers and attracts birds and butterflies to the garden. (Centaurea montana) PP#20781 More Details
White, tubular petals radiate from a royal purple center, offset by silvery-green foliage that forms a dense, compact plant. Amethyst in Snow is sure to be a conversation-starter in your summer garden year after year. (Centaurea montana) PP#18284 More Details
Hubrichtii is the perennial of the year for 2011. Pale blue star shaped flowers appear is late spring to early summer over fine, feathery foliage. Excellent golden yellow fall color. (Amsonia) More Details
This fragrant, unique beauty boasts dark, coppery purple foliage and long, stout-flowering spikes with white blossoms. It thrives in partial shade and is a great addition to your woodland garden. (Actaea simplex) More Details
This unique perennial illuminates the late spring garden with large, golden-orange blooms that are shaped like buttercups. Orange Princess makes for elegant cut bouquets. (Trollius cultorum) More Details
This easy-to-grow perennial adds bold color to the summer garden with yellow petals edged in bright red, offset by deep-brown cones. Helenium is deer resistant and can be planted both in the garden and in containers. (Helenium) PP#15124 More Details
Looking to attract butterflies to your garden but don’t have a lot of space? Try this dwarf Joe Pye Weed variety, growing to be about 2-3’ tall. Baby Joe’s gorgeous, purple blooms add sweet fragrance to the late-season garden. (Eupatorium dubium) PP#20320 More Details
This mixture of large, vibrant daisies will range from white, to pink, to red. The stunning blooms are perfect for cutting and will provide a cheery show in late spring to summer. (Pyrethrum or Tanacetum) More Details
Wonderful spikes of deep blue flowers bloom from mid-summer all the way into early fall, providing extended interest with fragrant, grey foliage. This tough, drought-resistant perennial is great for border gardens or containers. PP#20845 (Perovskia atriplicifolia) More Details
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