We would guess you have never seen a fern such as this and we think it’s time you do. The color is unique in the realm of Japanese painted ferns with striking bright red stalks and delicate lacy fronds. In
This exquisite selection is the most sought after Oriental poppy. Ruffled plum-purple blooms are up to 6″ wide with central blotches in shades of blackberry jelly to lavender-grey.
Olivia Rose Austin forms a rounded compact shrub with typical shiny Leander-type foliage. A vigorous and extremely versatile rose; it is ideal for growing in traditional rose borders mixed borders and large pots or containers. It is also suitable for
A superb ground cover that quickly takes over empty spaces with its shiny flat chocolate-purple leaves. Plants are small but grow densely in thick mats somewhat naturalizing especially in damp areas in dappled shade. Combines well with ferns hostas dicentras
A much-prized fern for drifts in shady gardens. Fronds with their metallic silver sheen seem to glow with maroon midribs adding accents in the shade. Upright clumps spread slowly and blends well with small low-growing perennials. Easy to grow in
Beautiful bicolor blooms are truly a work of art. Large white double blooms are touched with red speckles facing upward and can be seen from far in the shady border. Helleborus Painted Doubles grows to a 14 inch tall and
A fast grower in full sun or part shade. This panicle hydrangea has 8″ long flower heads that taper roundly towards the tip. Florets open creamy white turning papery and pinkish with age. Very cold hardy and vigorous this shrub
The full double blooms are intensely purplish-black. Matched with burgundy-rose Kingston Cardinal and pink spotted Phoebe the trio of double-flowered hellebores will make a stunning show. Glossy foliage deep green to purplish-black emerge in spring and keep very attractive through
Astilbes are renowned for their magical impact in shady borders and woodland settings. This is the finest red astilbe we astilbe-aficionados have come across. Unleashes a long-running spectacular of tiny scarlet-red flowers held in arcing pluming lacy panicles. Blooming from
Sarah Bernhardt has superb globe-shaped double flowers that turn pale pink to blush. Of added interest are the light speckling with carmine overtones. Once planted peonies resent root disturbance. Tops die back in the fall.
Large blooms in deep burgundy-maroon almost black color appear in late summer to add more pizzazz in the perennial garden. Blooms are 10 inches wide glossy with black center veined with bright yellow pollen for contrast. Plants are 4 feet
Remarkable red yarrow shines bright in the garden and as a cut flower too. The large flower heads open bright pink and turn cherry red as they mature. Remove spent flowers for a late summer rebloom.
Beautiful foliage keep plants attractive even when not in bloom. A later midseason bloomer that fills your calendar for fresh-cut bouquets.
A Burpee Exclusive of a hosta that thrives in the shady garden with incredible thick leaves that holds the crisp colors of the white center with dark blue-green margins better than any similar types. As prolific a grower as its
Lily of the valley is one of the most popular flowers in the spring. Very fragrant the plants are ideal for use as ground cover in shady areas around the tree line. The Bordeaux strain was selected for the size
Blooms abound on stems that wave in the slightest breeze. Excellent for use in containers and the garden and superb for cutting. In warm climates zones these poppies can be planted in the fall and will bloom the following spring;
The seeds in this hybrid mix will produce hardy butterfly bushes that bloom their year in purple white lavender or pink. Also called “summer lilacs” these butterfly bushes have a long blooming season (August into September) need little care and
The absolute standard to compare all others for mildew-resistance Blue Paradise rewards you with loads of true-blue flower heads all summer. The choice for creating a sea of calming color in the back border.
A single hydrangea plant can transform a landscape bringing it to life with shape substance handsome foliage and prodigious flowering. Now add a serene blast of colorful bloomsin shades of blue pink and everything in-between. Hardy 60 plant is a
Blue Heaven is aptly named. Look forward to a serene commotion of majestic blue flowerheads in the sun-splashed border. Arising on 18-48 stems with lance-shaped green foliage the bevvy of rich-blue blooms appears midsummer then reappear in early fall. Sensational