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Perennial Planting Guide
Step by step instructions on how to plant your bare root or potted perennials when they arrive.
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'Phenomenal' Lavender has it all: exceptionally tolerant of both high heat and harsh winter, this easy-to-grow lavender even shows resistance to the effects of humidity. Highly fragr...
The Long Blooming Lavender Collection includes 5 tried & true lavender plants that bring a graceful bouquet of aroma to sunny areas. Includes fragrant 'Munstead,' flower-packed 'Sup...
'Goodwin Creek Grey’ Lavender's silver foliage contrasts beautifully with its deep purple blooms. This French Lavender flowers from early summer through fall (and winter in mild zo...
With its pleasant scent and delicate flowers, Lavender has grown into a much-loved perennial in garden beds throughout the country. Choose varieties that will work for your climate and growing conditions and you’ll be rewarded with long-lasting blooms on mature, mounding plants. Spanish lavenders with their two-toned blooms are perfect for containers, while some aromatic English lavenders can survive a tough northern winter. French lavenders, with their showy foliage, add just the right touch of grace to ornamental flower gardens. Lavenders do prefer full sun, low humidity, and gritty soil, but many can - and do - grow them with ease.