Perennials

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  • Asiatic Lillies

    $6.25$6.50
    Everyone loves lilies! With large, showy blooms, lilies add striking elegance to the yard and garden from early to midsummer. Grown from bulbs, lilies are perennial flowers that will return year after year and require minimal care, provided that you plant them in the right place. Asiatic lilies bloom first in early summer (in May or June), right after peonies. They are not fussy as long as they are grown in well-draining soil. They are the shortest type of lily (about 2 to 3 feet tall) and come in many colors, from pastel to tropical. They don’t have much of a fragrance, but they do add bright color to the garden.
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  • Campanula- Champion Series

    $4.95
    Highly recommended as a first year blooming biennial cut flower. Attractive bell shaped flowers do not have saucers, and last for 15 days after cutting. Strong multi stem branching plant. Sold individually in a 4 inch pot.
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  • Coreposis

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    If you're looking for low maintenance, drought-tolerant, long-blooming and cheerful plants for a flower border or a filler, coreopses are a perfect choice! Native American prairie and woodland plants, their ruggedness and profuse blooms have made them popular with plant breeders. Even so, birds love to snack on the seeds during fall and winter. Bees and butterflies are drawn to them, too. Their daisy-like flower forms upright clumps and have a moderate growth rate. Plant them any time from early spring to fall; most varieties will start blooming in early summer and repeat bloom periodically through fall.
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  • Euphorbia (perennial)

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    Euphorbias are easy to grow perennial plants that are tough and have few problems. Popular for their richly coloured leaves and unusual flowers, euphorbias are an excellent addition to borders, rock gardens, meadows and more!
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  • Geum

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    Also known as Avens, this offers a flash of hot colour for the early summer border. Plants form a low clump of coarse green leaves, with branching stems held above bearing medium-sized rounded flowers. Remove faded flowers regularly to encourage more buds. Height 12-16 inches, width 18-24 inches. Clumps should be divided every 3 to 4 years in spring or fall. Evergreen. Sold individually in 4 inch pots.
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  • Hosta- Shadowland

    $25.95
    This showy hosta forms a large mound of attractive tricolor leaves of heavy substance. The wide, bright blue margin, apple green jetting, and creamy white center will set this variety apart all season long! The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours).
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  • Lambs Ear

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    Clump-forming habit with big, broad leaves and velvety-soft, greenish-silver foliage. Great for edging, border gardens and containers.
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  • Lithodora Grace Ward

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    Stunning true blue flowers complement silvery foliage. Its low-growing habit makes it ideal at garden’s edge, as a ground cover, in rock gardens and cascading over stone walls.
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  • Oenothera- Youngii

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    ‘Youngii’ produces clear yellow flowers. Leaves turns bright red in autumn. An upright perennial or biennial with lance-shaped green leaves 1 to 4 1/2 inches long. These bright yellow primroses open during the day. Best planted in spring among other full sun plants.  Evening Primroses are excellent perennials for weekend gardeners, since they are simple to grow, with almost no pests or problems. Height 12 inches, width 12 inches.
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  • Perennial Geranium

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  • Platycodon (Balloon Flower)

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    Balloon flowers (Platycodon grandiflorus) are often grown for their whimsical flower buds, but this plant is one tough cookie! The balloon flower is part of the easy growing Bellflower/Campanula family, and you will notice the resemblance right away. The botanical name means "broad bell," but the open flower is really more of a star shape. However, it's the puffy bud that intrigues gardeners and entices them to grow this plant and that gives it its common name of "balloon flower.”
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  • Rudbeckia

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    Common Name: Black-Eyed Susan Blooming Season: Summer, Autumn Plant Habit: Mounded, Upright Characteristics: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Winter Interest (regional), Heat Tolerant, Shade Tolerant Water: Heavy Fertilize: Once a month Spacing: 14 - 18" (36 - 46cm) Height: 24 - 28" (61 - 71cm) Width: 14 - 18" (36 - 46cm) Exposure: Sun
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  • Saponaria-Rock Soapwort

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    Saponaria is a sprawling plant which forms a nice carpet of semi-evergreen foliage. Small sprays of pink flowers appear prolifically in early summer. It works well in a rock garden, as a groundcover, or between stepping stones on a path. Sold individually in a 4 inch pot.
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  • Saxifraga-Rocco Red

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    Spring-flowering plant produces masses of bright red blooms. Compact and mounded evergreen plants are low-maintenance. Good rock garden plant.
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  • Snow in Summer

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    A very useful groundcover perennial, often grown in dry, sunny areas with poor soil. Plants form a low, fast-spreading mat of silvery-grey leaves, studded with tiny white star flowers in late spring and early summer. An indestructible choice for difficult sites, but be sure to plant this where its spreading habit will not become a problem. Beautiful spilling over rock walls or on steep sunny slopes, used as a lawn substitute. Also grows well in tubs or mixed containers. Easily divided in spring or fall. Plants should be clipped hard or mowed (to 2 inches) after blooming to maintain a tidy habit.
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  • Tanacetum- Robinson’s Dark Crimson

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    'Robinson's Red' produces scarlet-red flowers which measure 2½" wide and are daisy-like with a bright yellow center. Tanacetum has interesting ferny foliage much like that of yarrow. Plant it in large groupings for plenty of cut flowers and for greatest impact in the landscape. Height 24-30 inches, width 18-24 inches. Sold individually in a 4 inch pot.
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Find your long term favorite plants here! Perennials are flowers that bloom from year to year. These perennials here have been tried in our gardens and we’re very pleased with how they perform!