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Over 75 choices that will bloom in the second year and for years to come.
Over 110 choices for fast color, such as poppies, cosmos, sunflowers, zinnia, and many more.
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Step by step instructions on how to plant your bare root or potted perennials when they arrive.
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'Lacy Doily' Reblooming Daylily's unique, double peach flowers are a must-have for any perennial garden. This super bloomer will provide 500 fragrant flowers after several seasons in...
This native elderberry is a spreading shrub grows to be about 8-10 feet and boasts creamy-white flowers in mid-summer, giving way to loose clusters of delicious black fruits that are...
This Elderberry not only delights with beautiful blooms and delicious berries, but provides multi-seasonal interest with foliage that changes to red-orange in the fall months. Attrac...
'Butter and Sugar' Siberian Iris produce creamy yellow-and-white flowers borne on long stems above elegant clumps of green, sword-like leaves. Easy to grow and adaptable to a wide ra...
Creeping Thyme Coccineus is one of the very best flowering groundcovers. 4 to 6 inches tall in sun or partial shade. (Thymus praecox)...
Easy to grow from tiny roots called pips, Lily of the Valley is a much-loved, old-fashioned groundcover for shade. Enjoy the richly scented blossoms. (Convallaria majalis)...
Siberian Iris Caesar's Brother blooms in blue and gold above clumps of tall, graceful, sword-like leaves. Beautiful, vigorous and super hardy. (Iris sibirica)...
Low growing and tough, this Thyme is perfect planted in a rock path or as a lawn alternative. Lavender-pink flowers emerge in early summer and attract pollinators to the garden. (Thy...
Deer and rabbit proof Morning Light is a versatile ornamental Maiden Grass loved by birds. Fine textured white variegated foliage. (Miscanthus sinensis)...
Plant a perennial once and be rewarded with blooms that return year after year! As they mature and become established in your garden, they’ll also become more self-sufficient, needing less watering and care than annual flowers. Best of all, perennials deliver an increasing number of blooms with each passing year, making them a truly great garden investment.
Often hard to find, woodland wildflowers can be colorful, showy, and unique additions to the landscape. Use them to add unexpected charm, or to create a full and lush carpet of green underneath a canopy of trees.
With long-lasting flowers that attract birds, butterflies, and bees, Echinacea is easy to grow and makes excellent cut flowers. For years before it was a favorite of the herbal medicine industry, it was always one of the loveliest wildflowers on the plains.
With its pleasant scent and delicate flowers, Lavender has grown into a much-loved perennial in garden beds throughout the country. While lavender does have many cosmetic and culinary uses, it's also an outstanding perennial flower and a great plant to attract butterflies and bees to your garden.
Milkweed (sometimes called Butterfly Weed) is the native wildflower responsible for the biggest, cooperative pollinator rescue effort North America has ever seen.
A special thanks to gardeners everywhere who have joined in to help save the Monarch Butterfly by planting milkweed!
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Our selection of perennial flowers represents the most tried and true varieties we know of. Whether it’s a classic flower that added color and beauty to your grandmother's garden or a smartly-bred plant with improved disease resistance, you can be sure that we've paid special attention to its overall ease of care.