Milkweed, also known as Asclepias, is one of the best native wildflowers for attracting pollinators to the garden and is the sole host plant for the Monarch butterfly to breed. Learn how easy it is to plant Milkweed seeds in the fall for years of effortless blooms that attract a parade of pollinator… Read More →
Can’t decide what to plant? We have put together a collection of our most asked-for and popular perennials. These perennials have proven their success with our customers and we wanted to put them all in one place for you to find.
All of our perennials come in a huge range of flower and foliage colors, heights and shapes, giving you an endless opportunity to express your creativity.
More drought tolerant than other Astilbes, chinensis Visions performs superbly in dry spots. While this deep magenta-pink beauty turns heads by looks alone, you'll likely find yourself drawn to its ability to thrive in the mid-summer garden. (Astilbe chinensis) Learn More →
Pinnacle is a show-stopping, bi-color poppy with striking orange and white blooms. The unique, colorful blooms create a bold statement both in the garden and cut for bouquets. (Papaver orientale) Learn More →
Purple Coneflower Magnus has showy pink flowers that attracts pollinators to your garden. Leave the dead stems and flower heads over winter and birds will eat the seeds. Easy to grow and great for beginner and experienced gardeners. (Echinacea purpurea) Learn More →
Reblooming Magical Encounter Bearded Iris has blush pink petals and bright coral-pink beards. Magical Encounter doesn’t fade in the sunlight and is deer and rabbit resistant. Enjoy these intense pink flowers in late spring and again in early to mid fall with 7-14 blooms per stalk. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
Oriental Lily Stargazer is famous for its vibrant pink spotted flowers. This hybrid’s 6-8” wide, upward-facing, fragrant flowers are easy to grow and do not need staking. Amazing in the garden and as cut flowers for bouquets. (Lilium) Learn More →
Bearded Iris Vicar has ruffled Iridescent, violet-purple flowers. These large blooms have a slightly darker purple beard creating a bit of contrast to the lighter petals. Enjoy 8 to 10 buds per stalk with this deer and rabbit resistant iris. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
Old Fashioned Pink Bleeding Heart is a popular shade perennial with arching stems of lovely, heart-shaped flowers. A timeless classic, this plant inspires nostalgia whenever it's noticed! (Dicentra spectabilis) Learn More →
Goldsturm Black-eyed Susan is a burst of showy yellow color. The blooms are a gorgeous golden color with brown cones that make for beautiful cut flower bouquets. Goldsturm is deer resistant and is an ideal border plant. (Rudbeckia fulgida) Learn More →
One of springs earliest woodland wildflowers, and always considered one of the most beautiful, Hepatica is quite common in eastern woodlands. The blooms vary dramatically in color, and range from lavender to white to (rarely) pink. (Hepatica acutiloba) Learn More →
Plant this gorgeous mixture for a rainbow of color in the early summer. The variety of colorful blooms is gorgeous in the garden, perfect for bouquets, and extremely easy to grow! (Lilium) Learn More →
Bearded Iris Grand Canyon Sunset is gorgeous with hues of warm apricot and soft violet. Grand Canyon Sunset offers rich, gold-ruffled standards and beautiful pale lavender-edged dark-apricot falls (lower petals) set against tangerine beards. Plant in a sunny garden. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
Create bold, fragrant color in your summer garden with this Oriental Lily Bulb Mixture. Includes Oriental Lilies of all different colors, making it perfect for harvesting enough extras to build gorgeous, fragrant bouquets! (Lilium) Learn More →
Hosta Royal Standard produces heavily-ribbed, light-green leaves that form an attractive mound. Fragrant white flowers shoot up tall and proud, attracting many pollinators. A perfect backdrop plant to fill in the shade garden. Learn More →
Lavender Platinum Blonde offers broad gray-green and cream variegated leaves that boast a sweet fragrance and purple-blue flowers. This English Lavender has a compact growth habit well suited to growing in containers. Prefers full sun and well-draining soils. (Lavendula angustifolia) Learn More →
Turkenlouis is a ruffled poppy, boasting fiery red, fringed petals that ignite brilliant color in the late spring garden. A wonderfully-unique look both in the garden and cut for bouquets. (Papaver orientale) Learn More →
Butterfly Weed is the iconic, bright orange staple for every butterfly garden. This showy native wildflower is easy to grow and does well in poor, dry soils. Blooms from June through August, providing long lasting color in your sunny garden. The flowers are an important nectar source for Monarchs, and the leaves provide essential food for caterpillars. (Asclepias tuberosa) Learn More →
This Butterfly Bush’s deep purple blooms create a stunning contrast with its dark green foliage. Black Knight attracts beautiful wildlife to your garden and is perfect for planting outside a window for a delightful show of butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant this Butterfly Bush alone or pair it with another color. (Buddleia davidii) Learn More →
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