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 →
Looking for a unique addition to your garden? We are excited to be carrying over 50 new perennials for Fall of 2017. Wow your neighbors with something completely different, or try a twist on one of the classic favorites. We make it easy – select from all of our new perennials below.
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.
Daylily ‘Double Dream’ pops with color just as spring flowers fade, making it a must-have for the summer garden. Cheery double blooms in luscious apricot-peach make this sweetly-scented daylily the perfect complement to the blues and violets of summer flowers – it even re-blooms in early fall! (Hemerocallis ‘Double Dream’)
This raspberry-colored beauty boats a striking green throat and stays open in the evening hours, unlike many Daylily varieties. Mary Reed is extremely easy to grow and spreads each year, making it a great addition to any perennial garden! Learn More →
Think pink! This bright-pink Astilbe variety adds bold color and texture to the early summer garden and is also sweetly fragrant, making Rheinland a must-have for any shade garden! (Astilbe japonica) Learn More →
Plump and Plentiful Amethyst Beautyberry delivers on its name. Starting in September, the plant is covered in large clusters of bright-purple berries that persist from late fall into early winter. Branches are excellent for cut flower arrangements. Delicate pinkish-purple flowers line the branches in summer. Great as garden specimens, foundation plantings, and in island beds. (Callicarpa)
Hosta ‘Minuteman’ sports deep green leaves edged in pure white. Made for the shade, ‘Minuteman’s’ bold contrasting foliage makes it a standout - it almost twinkles in the dappled light of a woodland garden or shady spot. Great in containers too. Pale lavender flowers appear in July, attracting hummingbirds. (Hosta x ‘Minuteman’)
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