Native to Africa, this perennial develops many blade-like green leaves wth large globes of violet-blue funnel-shaped flowers on sturdy stems that are perfect for cutting. Beautiful as a container plant or when planted in mass. Good choice for coastal regions and urban gardens.
Showy rose-purple globes bloom in July and August, held on strong upright stems above dense flat bladed foliage. Attracts butterflies and honeybees. Resistant to deer and rabbits. Beautiful as a cut flower and dries nicely. Drought tolerant once established.
Striking white flowers bloom in the summer above bright green fern-like foliage. Flowers have a long bloom season and stand out in woodland gardens and shady beds. Bridal Veil is tolerant of heavy shade and is deer and rabbit resistant. Herbaceous perennial.
Spikes of bright, fluffy, fuchsia pink blooms over lush, fern like foliage will add wonderful color and texture to your shady beds or borders. This prolific bloomer provides flowers from late spring into mid summer. A nice container plant or looks great when planted in clusters in woodland gardens. Beautiful in cut and dried arrangements. Herbaceous perennial.
A beautiful and showy shade lover, this Astilbe has fluffy lavender-pink blooms from May to August. Foliage is lacy and fern-like. Lovely in shady beds, borders, woodland settings and containers. Nice in fresh cut and dried arrangements. Herbaceous perennial.
A dense, compact Brunnera with silvery-white frosting on heart shaped green leaves. Small, profuse blue flowers bloom in the spring and are beautiful in cut arrangements. Makes a wonderful ground cover or accent in shady beds.
A wonderful addition to your landscape, Miss Pearl is a semi-dwarf, continuous/rebloomer with bright white, honey scented flowers summer through fall. This seedless, non-invasive selection is heat tolerant and deer resistant. Great for screening, borders, mass plantings, containers and cut arrangements. Blooms on new wood and prefers well drained soil. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Miss Violet is a non-invasive Butterfly Bush with an abundance of bright, violet-purple flower spikes from summer into fall. With it's smaller size, it will fit into many landscape situations; background borders, containers, single specimen, airy informal hedge or a beautiful addition to your cutting garden. Good heat tolerance and attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds. Blooms on new wood and needs well drained soil.
An upright, arching, deciduous shrub with lavender flowers in the summer, followed by a profusion of violet-purple fruit clusters in the fall. New growth is bronze-purple, summer foliage is dark green, turning purplish pink in the fall.
New hybrid coreopsis with fluted, golden yellow petals and a compact habit. The unusual flowers are on 18" stems above the green foliage. This long blooming perennial attracts butterflies and works well in a rock garden or perennial border. Deer resistant.
Yellow flowers have bright red centers and a long bloom season between summer and fall, very showy against the dark green, thread like foliage. Sterile flowers will not self seed and are beautiful in cut arrangements. Perfect for any sunny spot in the landscape or containers.
This amazing, large, yellow Tickseed is bright and cheery in your sunny beds. Double the Sun is an early and long blooming perennial that blooms from early to late summer, dead-heading spent blooms will encourge more blooms. A good cut flower for beautiful arrangements. Heat and drought tolerant once established.