Gallon Size Perennials
An old-fashioned garden favorite with pink, heart-shaped blooms that droop from delicate arching stems above large, soft-green leaves. Plants grow best in moist, rich soil and will go dormant in the summer, so plant other perennials in close proximity to fill the gap!
A newer variety of the old-fashioned garden favorite with deep red, heart-shaped blooms. The flowers droop from delicate, burgundy, arching stems above large, soft-green leaves. Plants grow best in moist, rich soil and will go dormant in the summer, so plant other perennials in close proximity to fill the gap!
A lush mound of heavily lobed, minty green foliage with a lacy silver overlay that creates enchanting texture in a border or container, topped by breathtaking towers of long-lasting, deep rose-pink flower sprays. Blooms continuously from spring through summer.
Bright magenta-pink blooms have a wonderful clove-like scent and bloom in huge masses in late spring and early summer atop tidy mats of blue-gray foliage. An excellent low growing variety that will sporadically re-bloom throughout the summer. Plants prefer well-drained soil.
Fire Star has fire-red blooms with a deeper crimson eye that really stand out against the backdrop of gray-blue foliage. The fragrant flowers bloom heaviest in spring with some bloom through fall. Plants perform best in well-drained soil.
One of the most popular ferns because of its metallic foliage! Olive-green fronds have silver-gray overtones and purple-red veins and stems. Best foliage color is obtained when plants are exposed to some sun. Deciduous. Plants perform best in moist, humus rich soil.
A wonderful perennial geranium with violet-blue flowers that have purple veins and small white centers. The flowers bloom continuously from late spring until frost! Plants are nice for patio containers and grow well in average garden soil.