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Perennials

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Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed 'Baby Joe'

This little known dwarf species of the taller Joe Pye is native in moist soils from Maine south to South Carolina. In appearance, it is similar to Joe Pye, but more tolerant of light shade. The 4' tall stems of green leaves and displaying dome-shaped heads of lavender flowers, in mid-summer. A real find for keeping butterflies at eye level. Prefers moist soil.

Lamb

Lamb's Ear

  • Pretty velvet-like, silver/blue foilage
  • Good groundcover. Will naturalize
  • Deer and rabbit resistant

 

Lavender

Lavender

  • Highly fragrant flowers. The French variety, 'provence' is commercially grown for the perfume industry.The English varieties, munstead and hidcote are more popular in residential gardens.
  • Use as a small hedge in a scented garden
  • Tolerates poor soil and is drought, deer and rabbit resistant
Lobelia

Lobelia

  • Tolerates wet soil
  • Great for a rain garden or near ponds and streams
  • Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
Mediterranean Heather

Mediterranean Heather

Nice evergreen shrub blooming white or vibrant pink in the summer. Heather thrives in poor soil if properly drained. Beautiful when mass planted. Works well as a small shrub border or massed on a slope.

Montauk or Nippon Daisy

Montauk or Nippon Daisy

  • Excellent for mid to back of borders
  • Good for cut flowers
  • Attracts butterflies and is drought tolerant
Penstemon

Penstemon

  • Looks great when planted at the back of a flower bed
  • Makes nice cut flowers
  • Attracts hummingbirds
Phlox  (sublata)

Phlox (sublata)

  • Also called creeping phlox. Excellent for spilling over retainer walls
  • Good for edging pathways
  • Very pretty in containers
Plumbago (hardy)

Plumbago (hardy)

  • Long blooming plant makes an excellent groundcover for sunny to partly shaded areas of the landscape
  • Great for bulb interplanting, as foliage emerges when bulbs are dying back
  • Also good as an underplanting for shrubs
Red Hot Poker

Red Hot Poker

  • Unique looking perennial used as a specimen or planted in small groups
  • Bi-color flower of red and yellow
Rosemary

Rosemary 'Arp'

Fragrant, winter hardy evergreen. Grows in herb gardens, borders or foundations. Great in containers for a patio or deck where the fragrance can be enjoyed. Rosemary is known as symbol of remembrance and friendship. Snip and enjoy throught the growing season!

Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia

  • Best known of all wildflowers
  • Used in cut flower arrangements
  • Attracts butterflies and is deer resistant
Russian Sage

Russian Sage

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

Scabiosa 'Pink Mist'

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

Sedum

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

Sedum 'Angelina'

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