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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 in stock as it changes daily. Please call the garden center or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get a quote.
Agastache

Agastache

  • A must have in an herb garden
  • Leaves have an anise-like fragrance
  • Attracts butterflies
Ajuga

Ajuga

  • Mass plant as a colorful groundcover
  • Great for erosion control on banks and slopes
  • Plant in shady areas of lawns where grass is difficult to grow
Anemone

Anemone

  • Good choice for wildflower or native gardens
  • Can tolerate medium to wet soil so will work well in a rain garden
  • A pretty cut flower
Angyo Star

Angyo Star 'Tree Ivy'

Leaves, shaped like a Sweet Gum leaf, are green with a creamy white border. This evergreen vine has a slow growth habit and makes a nice accent in a shade garden.

Armeria

  • Great in containers
  • Use in rock gardens or as an edging plant for border fronts
  • Drought tolerant
Aster

Aster

  • Nice cutting flower
  • Attracts butterflies
  • North American Native selection
Astilbe

Astilbe

  • Great for a shade garden
  • Plant near ponds or streams
  • Deer and rabbit resistant
Balloon Flower

Balloon Flower

  • Easy to grow heavy bloomer makes this a good cut flower
  • A cottage garden standard
  • A colorful border front for a perennial garden
Bamboo

Bamboo 'Rufa'

This non-invasive, clumping bamboo makes an attractive specimen, hedge or screen. Best when planted where it can get some shade during the hottest part of the day. Evergreen

Baptisia

Baptisia

  • Native, bush-like perennial
  • Plant to prevent soil erosion
  • Attracts butterflies with its pea-like flowers
Bleeding Heart

Bleeding Heart

  • Great choice for shaded borders
  • Showy flowers with attractive foliage
  • Rabbit resistant
Butterfly Weed

Butterfly Weed

  • Great for rain gardens and erosion control
  • Will naturalize
  • Flowers are nectar for many butterflies.
  • The leaves are a food source for the Monarch caterpillars
Campanula

Campanula

  • Perfect for naturalization in open woodland areas
  • Beautiful when grouped or massed at the rear of borders
  • Deer resistant
Candytuft

Candytuft

  • Pure white flowers bloom early spring
  • Excellent groundcover. Will naturalize
  • Nice edging plant for paths and walkways
Catmint

Catmint

  • Beautiful when mass planted
  • Has a minty fragrance
  • Drought tolerant and deer resistant
Columbine

Columbine

Columbine is a late spring wildflower which you can find in rocky woods, slopes, ledges and open areas. Features drooping, bell-like, 1-2", flowers. Flowers are quite attractive to hummingbirds and will naturalize. A deer resistant native and a must for a shady garden.
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