Gallon Size Perennials
Sky blue flower spikes are borne profusely on upright plants. Medium green, fragrant foliage smells like black licorice when crushed. Plants bloom for an extended period in summer and fall when many other plants have finished flowering. Great plant for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Well drained soil is a must!
Large rose-purple flowers bloom over dark green foliage in the summer. This lovely onion is valued for its ornamental beauty in the landscape. Grows best in average, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant once established.
Spires of apricot-pink flowers bloom in early summer on bright-red stems that are held atop mounds of lacy blue-green leaves. A great choice for fresh cut flower arrangements! Beautiful when planted in large groups. Plants perform best when planted in consistently moist soil.
One of the longest blooming Astilbe, 'Key Largo' features airy, bright, raspberry-pink flowers that have a mild fragrance. The flowers bloom on red stems and appear from mid to late summer above glossy green leaves which darken as they age. Plants form compact mounds that look nice even when not in flower. A seedling of Astilbe 'Sprite'.
A compact heavy blooming cultivar with red flowers that bloom midsummer atop pubescent bronze-green foliage. The flowers are excellent for cutting. A nice and popular clump forming selection that will slowly spread to form a nice colony. Plants perform best when planted in consistently moist soil.
A compact heavy blooming cultivar with dense raspberry-purple flowers that bloom midsummer atop pubescent bronze-green foliage. The flowers are excellent for cutting. A nice and popular clump forming selection that will slowly spread to form a nice colony. Plants perform best when planted in consistently moist soil.
A nice and petite Baptisia that features pastel yellow buds that open to creamy vanilla flowers. The flowers appear on ten inch long spikes from late spring to early summer. Easy to grow and requires little maintenance, but does require patience as Baptisia take a couple of years to really establish themselves in the landscape.
Indigo-blue, pea-like flowers are held atop erect shrub-like plants with gray-green leaves. The flowers give way to large inflated seed pods which turn charcoal black and add ornamental interest to the garden. The flowers and seed pods are great in fresh and dried arrangements. A bit of a slow grower but well worth the wait. Easily grown in low-fertility...
Semi-double, pink flowers reminiscent of cherry blossoms bloom on compact plants. Green foliage features rich plum tones in the winter. Evergreen in many climates, it is a perfect choice for placing along walkways. Great for containers, mass plantings, small spaces, and rock gardens.
Very showy spikes of light and dark pink flowers rise above scalloped, deep-green foliage in summer. The foliage of this easy-to-grow, low-maintenance selection stays clean throughout the year. A favorite of bees! Plants perform best in well-drained soil of moderate fertility.
The foliage and flowers of Viette's Little Suzy are similar to those of other black-eyed-susans, however this cultivar is a dwarf by comparison! The flowers bloom from mid-summer into fall, and re-bloom often occurs if spent flowers are removed. A lovely plant for the mixed border.