Varieties for 2015

Choose perennials if you want plants that come back year after year. For maximum variety in color, height and bloom time, perennials are your best bet. Best of all, perennials can be divided after a few years, giving you double plants for the buck! Perennials can be grown in containers, either alone or with annuals or other perennials. They also look great in the landscape. There are plenty of varieties to choose from, whether you need sun or shade, or have wet or dry beds.

Our stock is constantly changing. We cannot guarantee the availability of any plant. If you are looking for a particular plant, please call to make sure we have it in stock. Sorry, we can not hold plants.

 

AchilleaAchillea Summer Berries – Sun – Excellent for cut flowers and for drying.  Aromatic foliage.  Attracts butterflies.

  • Cerise Queen
  • Summer Berries (shown)
  • Moonshine

 

Aconitum arendsiiAconitum (Monkshood)- Sun/Part Sun – Old fashioned late summer/fall bloomer.  Prefers moist soil.  Deer resistant.  Attracts butterflies.

 

 

AgastacheAgastache Bolero (Hyssop) - Sun – Fragrant flowers are edible and fun to sprinkle into salads or use as a garnish.  Deer resistant.  Drought resistant.  Attract both butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Blue Boa
  • Bolero  (shown)
  • Raspberry Daquiri

 

Alyssum Gold Dust Alyssum montana luna- Sun – Popular rock garden plant for spring blooms.  Drought tolerant.  Fragrant.  Deer resistant.

 

 

 

Asclepias (Butterfly Weed) Asclepias tuberosa – Sun – A native North American wildflower, this is the primary source of food for the both the adult and juvenile Monarch Butterfly.  Deer resistant

  • incarnata
  • tuberosa

 

Asteraster woods purple Woods Purple (Michaelmas Daisy) – Sun – Also known as fall asters.  Great for border color in the fall.  Attracts butterflies.  Moist soil.

 

 

BaptisiaBaptisia Lunar Eclipse (False Indigo) - Sun – Makes an excellent cut-flower, and is also attractive to butterflies. Drought tolerant.  Attracts butterflies.  Deer resistant.

  • Luna Eclipse (shown)
  • Royal Purple

 

Centaurea montana (Bachelor’s Button) Centaurea montana- Sun/Part Sun  – Also known as perennial cornflower.  Great border plant with lots of shaggy flowers.  Deer resistant.  Moist soil.

 

 

Ceratostigma Ceratotigma(Plumbago) – Sun/Part Sun – Often grown as a groundcover or edging plant along the front of a border.  As summer turns to fall, the whole plant begins to turn shades of bright scarlet and finally maroon red.  Attracts butterflies.  Deer resistant.

 

Convalleria Convallaria(Lily of Valley) - Shade/Part Shade – One of the most common of old-fashioned perennials, and a favorite for growing as a groundcover in shady areas.  Deer resistant.  Very fragrant and great for cut flowers.  Attracts butterflies.

 

 

CoreopsisCoreopsis Cruzin Broad Street – Sun/Part Sun – Daisy-like flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Good for cut flowers. Continuous blooms until frost. Deer resistant and drought tolerant.

  • Cruzin’ Broad Street (shown)
  • Cruzin’ Route 66
  • Cosmic Evolution
  • Cruzin’ Sunset Strip
  • Early  Sunrise
  • Electric Avenue
  • Moonbeam
  • Sienna Sunset

 

Crocosmia LuciferCrocosmia – Sun – Cousin to the gladiola.  Outstanding cut flower.  Deer resistant.  Attracts butterflies.

 

 

 

DelospermaDelosperma Jewel (Ice Plant) – Sun – Great ground cover.  Drought tolerant.  Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds.  Deer resistant.

 

 

 

 

Digitalis Digitalis Foxy(Foxglove) – Sun/Part Sun – Large stately blooms.  Needs moist soil.  Deer resistant and drought tolerant.  Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds.

  • Foxy (shown)
  • Dwarf Red

 

 

Echinaceaechinacea cheyenne spirit (Coneflower) – Sun – Attracts butterflies. Excellent cut flower. Blooms until frost. Drought tolerant once established.  Deer Resistant.

  • Cheyenne Spirit (shown)
  • Magnus
  • PowWow White
  • PowWow Wild Berry
  • Solar Flare

 

Epimedium (Barrenwort) Epimedium x rubrum 'Sweetheart'- Part Shade/Shade – Superb shade plants, excellent for edging or groundcover.  Deer resistant & drought tolerant.  Attracts butterflies.

  • rubrum (shown)
  • warleyense

 

 

Euphorbia euphorbia polychromapolychroma (Cushion Spurge) – Sun/Part Sun – Popular perennial for spring color.  Unusual for cutting.  Displays good fall color.  Deer resistant.  Attracts butterflies.  Drought tolerant.

 

 

 

FernFern Painted – Shade/Part Shade – Thrives in moist soil.  Deer resistant.  Great ground cover.

  • Branford Beauty
  • Christmas
  • Cinnaomn
  • Japanese Painted (shown)
  • Lady
  • Maiden Hair
  • Ostrich
  • Tassel

 

Gaillardia (Blanket Flower)Gaillardia Mesa Yellow – Sun – Blooms until frost. Good cut flowers. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds.  Deer resistant and drought tolerant.

  • Mesa Bright BiColor
  • Mesa Peach
  • Mesa Yellow (shown)

 

GeraniumGeranium Rozanne (Cranesbill) – Sun/Part Sun – Excellent plant for the front of the border. Deer and rabbit resistant.

  • Crystal Rose
  • Rozanne (shown)
  • sanguineum

 

Hemerocallis (DHemerocallis Mauna Loaaylily) – Sun/Part Sun – Dry or moist soil.  Drought tolerant.  Good cut flower.

  • Mauna Loa (shown)
  • Pardon Me
  • Stella D’Oro

 

HeucheraHeuchera Snow Angel (Coral Bells) – Sun/Part Sun/Shade – Great hummingbird magnet. Use to put a pop of color in your shade garden. Excellent cut flowers. Great in containers.  Keeps its color all winter long.

  • Caramel
  • Snow Angel (shown)

 

HostaHosta Brim Cup – Sun/Part Sun/Shade (depending on variety) -Hardy and easy to grow. Attracts hummingbirds.

  • Blue Angel
  • Brim Cup (shown)
  • Fire & Ice
  • First Frost
  • Guacamole

 

Iberis (Candytuft)Iberis Absolutely Amethyst - Sun/Part Sun – Spring blooming favorite, often seen cascading over rocks and walls, or used for edging.  Drought tolerant.  Deer resistant.

  • Absolutely Amethyst (shown)
  • Tahoe

 

 

Isotoma (Blue Star Creeper) - Sun/Part Sun – Excellent low growing groundcover. Tiny blue flowers.  Moist soil.

 

 

Lavendula (Lavender) Lavender Munstead- Sun/Part Sun -  Edible flowers are great for drying and for cutting.  Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.  Deer resistant & drought tolerant.

  • Hidcote
  • Ellegance
  • Provence
  • Munstead (shown)

 

Leptinella Platt’s Black (Brass Buttons)Sun/Part Sun – Tiny fern shaped leaves make a good groundcover. Moist soil.

 

 

 

Leucanthemum Leucanthemum brightside (Shasta Daisy) – Sun/Part Sun – Excellent cut flowers. Mid to late season bloom. Attracts butterflies. Easy to grow.

  • Brightside – NEW (shown)
  • Becky
  • Snow Lady

 

Liatris spicata (Gayfeather)Liatris Kobold – Sun – Also known as Blazing Star.  Dry or moist soil.  Attracts hummingbirds & butterflies.  Great cut flower.  Deer resistant.

 

 

Linum (Blue Flax)Linum Blue Sapphire – Sun – Great for front of the border.  Good cut flower.  Deer resistant & drought tolerant.

 

 

 

Liriope Liriope var variegated (Lilyturf) – Sun/Part Sun/Shade – Favorite groundcover and edging plant  of landscapers.  Deer resistant & drought tolerant.

 

 

 

Lobelia Lobelia Fan BurgundyFan Burgundy – Sun/Part Sun – Excellent for boggy areas.  Good cut flower.  Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds.

 

 

Lonicera Lonicera Major WheelerMajor Wheeler (Trumpet Honeysuckle) – Sun/Part Sun – Vine that is  very attractive to hummingbirds.  Moist soil.  Deer resistant.

 

 

 

Lythrum lythrum(Loosestrife) – Sun/Part Sun – Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.  Great cut flower.

 

 

MonardaMonarda Cranberry Lace (Beebalm) – Sun/Part Sun – Traditional favorite for the border.  Edible flowers attract butterflies & hummingbirds.  Good cut flower.  Deer resistant.

  • Cranberry Lace (shown)
  • Fireball
  • Jacob Cline
  • Pardon My Purple
  • Petite Delight

Oenothera macrocarpa (Ozark Sundrops) Oenothera miss- Sun – Great choice for rock gardens or edging.  Drought tolerant.

 

 

 

Papaver (Oriental Poppy)Papaver Brilliant – Sun – Good cut flower.  Deer resistant.  Great middle of the border plant.

  • Brilliant (shown)
  • Coral Reef

 

 

PaeoniaPeony Sarah Bernhardt (Peony) – Sun – Fragrant flowers are great for cutting.  Deer resistant.  Easy to grow.

  • Rosenfeld
  • Sarah Bernhart (shown)

 

Perovskia Little SpirePerovskia (Russian Sage) – Sun – Provides interest in the front of the border from spring through fall.  Drought tolerant.  Great cut flower.  Deer resistant.

 

 

Phlox paniculataPhlox Blue Paradise (Summer Phlox) – Sun – Large fragrant flowers are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.  Deer resistant.

  • David
  • David Lavender
  • Blue Paradise (shown)
  • Party Punch

 

Platycodon Sent Blue

Platycodon Sentimental Blue (Balloon Flower) – Sun/Part Sun – Good cut flowers.  Unusual buds resemble balloons.  Easy to grow.

 

 

Rudbeckia Goldstrum Rudbeckia Goldsturm(Black Eyed Susan) – Sun/Part Sun – One of the best perennial flowers ever.  Native wildflower.  Good cut flower.  Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds.  Deer resistant.

 

 

SalviaSalvia May Night (Perennial Sage) – Sun – Excellent for cutting.  Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.  Deer resistant.  Dry or moist soil.

  • Lyrical Rose
  • May Night (shown)

 

 

Sedum – Sun – Drought tolerant and easy to grow.  Grows well in poor soil. Use low growing varieties in fairy gardens and green roofs or as a groundcover. All varieties work well in rock gardens and in containers.

  • Sedum TriColorChocolate Ball
  • Coral Carpet
  • Harvest Moon
  • sexangulare
  • Blue Carpet
  • Carl
  • Flaming Carpet – NEW
  • Mr. Goodbud
  • Neon
  • John Creech
  • TriColor (shown)

 

 

Sempervivum (Hens and Chicks)Sun – Old-fashioned rosettes. They grow just about any where the soil is well drained. Drought tolerant.

 

Silene Druett’s Variegated (Catchfly) - Sun/Part Sun – Also known as Rock Campion.  Variegated leaves with tiny white flowers. Only 2″ tall.  Great for edging or in containers.

 

 

StokesiaStokesia Honeysong Purple (Stoke’s Aster) – Sun – Large shaggy flowers attract butterflies.  Great cut flower.  Deer resistant.

  • Colorwheel
  • Honeysong Purple (shown)

 

Tricyrtis hirta Tricyrtis hirta(Toadlily) – Shade/Part Shade – Easy to grow.  Moist soil.  Good cut flower.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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