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...
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.
Lavender Cupcake' features light lavender flowers on panicles that can reach up to 12" long! Blooming begins midsummer and lasts until early fall. The Humdinger™ series features varieties that have a compact habit, shorter stature, and bloom a week earlier than those in the MONARCH® Collection.
Pure white flowers bloom on panicles that can reach 10-12” long! Although the best flower show occurs in its initial bloom in mid to late summer, secondary blooms will extend the flowering season. The Humdinger™ series features varieties that have a compact habit, shorter stature, and bloom a week earlier than those in the MONARCH® Collection.
Fragrant lavender-blue flowers appear in summer and bloom until frost. Nanho Blue has narrow. silver-green. willow-like foliage on plants that are a bit more compact than other selections. Great for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Plants benefit from a late-winter pruning. Often slow to break dormancy in spring.
An abundance of light purple flower clusters bloom from summer into fall on this deciduous woody shrub. The flowers are mildly fragrant and great for cut flower arrangements as well as attracting butterflies to the garden. Gray-green willow-like foliage. Plants benefit from a late-winter pruning. Often slow to break dormancy in spring.
A wonderful and hassle free plant with long lasting orange blooms followed by green fruit in late summer. The flowers are wonderful for attracting butterflies to your garden and they also produce abundant food for bees and beneficial insects. Excellent for fresh cut or dried flower arrangements. Drought tolerant. Deer resistant.
A unique and fun plant with golden yellow flowers that have fluted petals! This floriferous cultivar has wiry stems that hold the flowers above the foliage. Bright green, lance-shaped foliage is fast growing and spreads to form nice clumps. Plants bloom from early to midsummer and grow best in well-drained soil, especially necessary in winter.
Beautiful white flowers have a vibrant raspberry center. When temperatures cool down, the raspberry color covers most of the petal surface. The flowers appear in midsummer and bloom through early fall without needing deadheaded. Plants are drought tolerant and native to the US. Attracts birds and butterflies.