Perennials and annuals are different types of plants.  Perennials live for more than two years, outliving their annual cousins. The rootstock - the root system that sustains a perennials life - is essential for surviving cold winters and harsh conditions for these plants. And some plants are known to survive for ten consecutive years or more! This lifestyle allows perennials to set root in the ground, making them excellent candidates for landscapes demanding erosion protection.  For this reason, perennials are also superb weed blockers and reducers.  A well maintained perennial garden will become easier and easier for weed pulling as your perennial plants grow and stretch out their roots - beating out the competition. 

 

  • Achillea Yarrow Desert Eve Red

    Achillea Millefolium Desert Eve Red Easy to grow, drought tolerant plant with pungent odor.  Fern-like foliage bears flowers grown in clusters.  Good as cut flowers, fresh or dried.  Makes good...
  • Achillea Yarrow Desert Eve Terracotta

    Achillea Millefolium Desert Eve Terracotta Yarrow New 2023 Easy to grow, drought tolerant plant with pungent odor.  Fern-like foliage bears flowers grown in clusters.  Good as cut flowers, fresh or...
  • Anemone - Queen Charlotte

    DESCRIPTION: Queen Charlotte Anemone has masses of beautiful pink daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from mid spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings....
  • Anemone - Whirlwind

    DESCRIPTION: Whirlwind Anemone has masses of beautiful white daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from mid spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted...
  • Aquilegia Columbine - Black Barlow

    DESCRIPTION: Exotic, dark purple (nearly-black) double flowers, the small spurless flowers are pompom shaped and resemble a small dahlia; this plant doesn't like to be disturbed so try spreading seed instead...
  • Aquilegia Columbine - Ruby Port

    DESCRIPTION: Beautiful wine-red double flowers on long, graceful stems, flowers are dahlia-like; foliage is also attractive as it emerges wine-tinged then eventually turns blue-green. BOTANICAL NAME: Aquilegia vulgaris 'Blue Barlow'OTHER...
  • Aster - Ball Florist Mix

    DESCRIPTION: Compact, spreading habit; profusion of double flowers in mixed shades and attractive lance-like green leaves. Water regularly to encourage more blooms; long lasting flowers. BOTANICAL NAME: Aster alpinus 'Ball Florist Mix'AVERAGE MATURE HEIGHT: 25...
  • Aster - Novi-Belgii Alert

    DESCRIPTION: The Novi-Belgii Alert is very compact and ideal for pots or smaller gardens yet is very tough and hardy too. The eye-catching flowers bloom for a very long period...
  • Aster - Wood's Blue

    DESCRIPTION: Wood's Blue Aster has masses of beautiful blue daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late fall, which are most effective when planted...
  • Aster - Wood's Pink

    DESCRIPTION: Wood's Pink Aster has masses of beautiful pink daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late fall, which are most effective when planted...
  • Astilbe - Chinese Little Vision in Pink

    DESCRIPTION: Showy, velvety, upright, pink flower spikes over divided, dark green and chocolate brown to reddish foliage; perfect in a shady spot with dappled light; prefers moisture so water regularly for abundant...
  • Astilbe - Chocolate Shogun

    DESCRIPTION: Lovely bright pink tipped plumes rising above glossy chocolate brown leaves that emerge coppery-orange in spring; perfect in a shady spot with dappled light; prefers moisture so water regularly for...
  • Astilbe - Moccachino

    DESCRIPTION: NEW 2023! Lovely bright white tipped plumes rising above glossy green/brown leaves. Perfect in a shady spot with dappled light; prefers moisture so water regularly for abundant flowers and nice foliage. BOTANICAL NAME: Astilbe 'Moccochino'OTHER...
  • Astilbe - Ostrich Plume

    DESCRIPTION: Ostrich Plume Astilbe has masses of beautiful plumes of pink flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in...
  • Astilbe - Purple

    DESCRIPTION: This variety produces showy purple plumes, rising above deep green leaves; dense, upright form; perfect in a shady spot with dappled light; prefers moisture so water regularly for abundant flowers...
  • Bee Balm - Balmy Purple

    DESCRIPTION: A petite form of bee balm that produces multitudes of striking purple-pink flowers in late spring through summer; this very compact form is mildew resistant as well; great for...
  • Bee Balm - Balmy Rose

    DESCRIPTION: A petite form of bee balm that produces multitudes of striking rose flowers in late spring through summer; this very compact form is mildew resistant as well; great for...
  • Bellflower - Emerald

    DESCRIPTION: Emerald Bellflower is an adorable, compact mound covered with white cups; perfect in rock, screen and wall gardens, a butterfly magnet; prefers consistent moisture, but not wet soil. BOTANICAL NAME: Campanula glomerata...
  • Bellflower - Rapido Blue

    DESCRIPTION: Adorable, compact mound, covered with violet-blue cups; perfect in rock, scree and wall gardens, a butterfly magnet; prefers consistent moisture, but not wet soil BOTANICAL NAME: Campanula carpatica 'Rapido Blue'AVERAGE MATURE...
  • Bergenia - Bressingham White

    DESCRIPTION: Bressingham White Bergenia features unusual spikes of white flowers rising above the foliage from early to mid spring. Its attractive large succulent round leaves emerge burgundy in spring, turning...
  • Bergenia Cordifolis - Heartleaf

    DESCRIPTION: A popular coarse groundcover plant with large, succulent leaves which develop hints of color in fall; showy pink flowers in spring; best where its large foliage can be put to...
  • Blanket Flower - Arizona Sun

    DESCRIPTION: Arizona Sun Blanket Flower has masses of beautiful tomato-orange daisy flowers with red eyes and yellow tips at the ends of the stems from early summer to mid fall, which...
  • Blanket Flower Arizona Red Shades

    DESCRIPTION: Arizona Red Shades Blanket Flower has masses of beautiful tomato-orange daisy flowers with red eyes and yellow tips at the ends of the stems from early summer to mid fall, which...
  • Brunnera Bugloss - Jack Frost

    DESCRIPTION: Jack Frost Bugloss features airy cymes of sky blue flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late spring. The flowers are excellent for cutting....
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