Perennials

This is a search-able list of plants that we grow or may have available at the garden center. This list is not a list of what we currently have is stock as it changes daily. Please call the garden center or send an email to: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to get a quote.

Russian Sage

  • Showy in back of a perennial border or looks nice as a stand alone plant
  • Very fragrant
  • Drought tolerant
  • Deer and rabbit resistant

Salvia 'Maraschino'

  • Used as an accent plant in back of perennial borders
  • Mass plant in a butterfly garden
  • Hummingbirds love this plant

Scabiosa 'Pink Mist'

  • Great in a grouping or mass planting
  • Dwarf habit works well as a border plant
  • Showy flowers attract butterflies

Sea Holly 'Jade Frost'

  • Excellent selection for a sunbaked landscape
  • Tolerates poor soils
  • Good for dried or cut flower arrangements

Sedum 'Angelina'

  • Excellent groundcover. Will naturalize
  • Effective in hanging baskets since it will trail
  • Good plant for sunny, dry locations
  • Nice fall color

Sedum 'Dragon's Blood'

  • Good groundcover for a sunny, dry location
  • Evergreen with striking red flowers
  • Has nice fall foliage

Sedum 'Hot Stuff'

  • Great plant for any hot, dry location
  • Evergreen
  • Looks great in rock gardens

Shasta Daisy

  • Mainstay of a perennial border
  • Good for cut flowers
  • Attracts butterflies
  • Deer and rabbit resistant

Sheffield Pink Mum

  • Perennial mum
  • Great look when massed
  • Showy in containers
  • Attracts butterflies

Silvermound

  • Good choice for poor, dry soils
  • Nice and mounded like a small shrub
  • The silver- green color makes a nice contrast to any evergreen planting

Spiderwort

  • For use in native gardens, woodlands, and shade gardens
  • Long blooming, tri-petaled flower
  • Great for naturalized areas

Turtlehead

  • Likes wet soils and can tolerate clay
  • Excellent choice for rain gardens and boggy areas
  • Pretty flowers resemble little turtleheads

Veronica, Speedwell

  • Perfect for a cottage garden
  • Easy to grow perennial with long flower spikes of blue, purple, pink or white
  • Attracts butterflies and birds

Wisteria 'Amethyst Falls'

'Amethyst Falls,' like other Wisteria, is a strong grower, reaching 30 feet or more. It is, however, not invasive like its Asian cousins. This native variety is less vigorous and easier to manage. 'Amethyst Falls' will bloom its first season with fragrant, vivid, blue flowers that appear in spring and repeat all summer. The many attributes of 'Amethyst Falls' include its deer and drought tolerance. This vine is a perfect choice for pergolas, trellises, fences, and arbors attracting butterflies to your garden all summer long.

Wisteria 'Longissima Alba'

  • Vigorous grower with fragrant white flowers
  • Beautiful focal point on a trellis or archway
  • Vigor can be controlled by regular pruning

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