This species of hellebore is an evergreen perennial that appreciated by serious gardeners for its striking winter effect in the shade garden. The foliage is deeply divided dark green and leaves are deeply lobed narrow lance-shaped to elliptic usually-toothed segments.
Light crimson buds gradually open to reveal very deep velvety crimson blooms with lighter colored outer petals. The flowers are large cups at first becoming shallowly cupped with time. There is a strong Old Rose scent. The bushy spreading growth
Ultra large 2.5″ flowers cover profusely neat vigorous spreading plants. Young leaves are yellowish-green adding extra flair to this new hardy geranium.
Boasting vibrant deep golden-yellow double flowers with ruffled edges this ever-popular daylily creates a shimmering blaze of color you can admire from a distance. Re-blooming beauty starts flowering in early mid-season producing a continuing show of countless 6-petalled 4? golden
Gorgeous colorful mix of wildly floriferous dwarf columbines. From spring to early summer upfacing “winking” flowers come in dreamy color combos: red-white purple-white blue-white rose-rose. Blooms are superb cut flowers. Grow in rock gardens and special nooks. Expect hovering hummingbirds.
Tubular salvia blossoms are spectacular in hot magenta pink against dark green foliage and maroon stems. Upright clumps are in full glorious display from May to October oblivious of heat and drought. Provide well-drained soil and full sun. U.S. Plant
Radiant double flowers in red bloom repeatedly on top of nice 24 inch wide plants! Helleborus Red Sapphire grows to a 14 inch tall and 24 inch wide clump of glossy and neat dark green evergreen foliage. The 12″ tall
Three favorite heucheras include Dale’s Strain Citronelle and Blackout. Green silvery marbled leaves lime green and almost black foliage add a dramatic flair in containers and shady garden beds. Planted in groups this trio lends color to small spaces and
Add brilliant color and vertical interest to your summer garden. Spectacular in the cutting garden or as a backdrop for the perennial border. You get three plants one each of: Blue Paradise;the best blue available! David’s Lavender;Clear deep lavender bloom
Strong healthy plants blooming earlier and producing vivid hot coral flowers on top of healthy green foliage. Low water needs deer and rabbit resistant these hardy plants attract butterflies and hummingbirds in prairie style gardens. Excellent plant for vertical focal
Superb blend of color plus fragrance. This mix of pink pure white and bicolor’s will bloom profusely in early summer. Large booms and strong stems make this selection a real treasure in the garden.
Growing to almost 3′ this rainbow of mixed colors provides vertical accents to nearly every garden that needs a natural flair to enhance its architecture. The lilies vibrant flower heads show various flower forms some star shaped others rounded but
Lady of Shalott is a robust and hardy rose that’s highly resistant to disease and that will bloom continuously throughout the season. It may be the ideal rose for the inexperienced grower. The young buds are a deep orange-red and
Sapphire Indigo is a cross between a bush clematis and a large flowered vining clematis yielding the best of both: a compact shrub with large showy flowers blooming from early summer through to fall. The flowers are a rich shade
Turn problem spots in the garden into beds of sparkling salmon blue-green and yellow. These dense-growing sedums carry rosettes of small spongy leaves that can stand up to deer drought and direct sun. Use in well-drained containers as fillers in
An attractive pure white beautifully rounded blooms with light apple fragrance. The growth is vigorous bushy and upright gradually curving outwards at the top to provide us with an excellent garden shrub. It can be used for bedding but is
Summer Storm’s huge pink 8-10″ flowers seduce the eye with their color refined details and luscious dark wine-purple foliage. The outsized flowers with delicate rose veins radiating from the deep red eye burst into bloom in mid-summer and flower continuously
A wonderful compact form of the classic orange-scarlet Oriental poppy. With very stiff stems it has the same big silky blossoms that everyone loves in the old varieties but it’s in better scale with today’s more compact perennials. A terrific
The ruffled lavender 5 1/2″ blooms appear on tall 26″ scapes above clumps of fountain-like leaves. This fragrant midsummer re-bloomer is a favorite with butterflies.
Purple blaze! Whether in or out of bloom this larger-than-life variegated bearded Japanese iris is ever so alluring. From early- to midsummer 18-24 cultivar puts on a showy display of large bright royal-purple flowers with a small yellow signal complemented