Flowers form on new wood, so pruning is recommended in late winter to early spring if needed. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies and bees. ‘Double Play Pink' was selected for its dark red foliage in spring and bold, intense pure-pink flowers.
Grow 36-39'' tall. Potted plants sent. We have chosen this Iris variety because it has been the most consistent rebloomer we've seen. How much they rebloom depends on your local climatic and soil conditions as well as planting location.
A fast growing, low maintenance, colorful, evergreen groundcover. Thrives just about anywhere! Grows in sun or shade. Performs well in moist/wet areas where other groundcovers can Forms a dense, low mat of butter yellow leaves that bear bright yellow...
Reaching only 12-18'' tall, they make colorful border plants and thrive in rock garden settings. One of the most adaptable of all the hardy geraniums. Plant 8-12'' apart in ordinary soil in sun or shade.
An easy to grow perennial that blooms for weeks during a long early to mid summer blooming period, Firecracker has brilliant red buds that open to glowing golden yellow flowers. Compact plants grow 15-18'' tall and wide in sunny garden areas.
Spacing: 10-12". Blooms: Late Spring-Early Summer. Pink Skyrocket is a versatile shade loving plant that adds color and a lovely scent as a groundcover or in a container. The plants unique explosive heads of shrimp pink blooms also make a wonderful colorful...
A magnificent, multi-colored hosta! With red stems and variegated green, yellow and white leaves, this hosta is a standout. Add to this the raspberry red flower stalks and buds that turn into lavender blooms and you can see why this hosta is getting all...
You get one of each: Crimson Red #5952 Bright Eyes #5652 Royal Purple #5177 Orange #5953 A carnival of color and these big blossoms stay beautiful right through summer's heat. With nearly 1,000,000 plants in bloom, we selected these to make this outstanding...
Apparently there is a small amount of nitrates that fall with the rain which signals the plants to flower. A wonderful and easy bulbous perennial, the Pink Rainlily or Brazilian Copper Lily flowers on and off from mid spring to fall and the flowers are...
SHIPS IN FALL The small green heart accents the near white fluted and ruffled petals of the Ice Carnival Daylily. JC '67, HM '70, AM '74. This reliable re-bloomer has very fragrant 6'' blooms that stay crisp even in the hottest sun.
Hardy to zone 6. Winter protection and lots of water is often necessary, although they do become more drought tolerant with age. Life span of 400 years! Tasmanian Tree Ferns have been grown for years because of their ease of cultivation, great beauty,...
Order early - limited supply available! The Black Iris flowers in June on 24-inch stems. This is a truly black iris that is as velvety ebony as a moonless midnight in summer. Imported from Holland, this outstanding iris has rigid spreading standards with...
Grows 24'' tall. Say hello to butterflies in your garden with this golden-yellow strain of butterfly plant! Produces clusters of golden-yellow flowers beginning in late spring and continues throughout summer.
In zone 8B and 9 a breathable protective mulch and a well-drained soil will help to ensure winter survival. It can be grown in a shady garden where hardy or it makes an easy, low maintenance container plant for shaded porches and patios.
Autumn Joy Sedum is a durable drought and deer resistant clump forming perennial. This ever popular and reliable Sedum produces large dense clusters that start out pink and deepen to a deep rosy red as fall progresses.
Soil & Moisture: Well-draining, dry to average moist soils. Moderately drought resistant once well-established.
Images courtesy of North Creek Nurseries. It is also reminiscent of another rare but popular Arkansas native Arkansas Bluestar, Amsonia hubrichtii . A nice tightly clump forming perennial from the works of Dr. Allen Armitage and the UGA horticulture program.
Deer Resistance: Not Likely to Be Bothered
pH Range: Acidic, Mildy Acidic, Neutral
Native To / Origin: US Gardens - Allen Armitage, UGA
In frost free zones this tough little perennial can become shrub-like in the northern parts of its hardiness range it may freeze to the ground but will readily return in spring. Purple Showers Mexican Petunia is sterile and so it can spend more energy...
Images courtesy of Sunsparkler Sedums. With a compact habit and huge, 9" wide, dark rosy pink flower heads this still new Sedum is sure to be a hit in the garden or in containers. The thick blue-gray succulent foliage of Dazzleberry Sedum is often tinged...
Container Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
Deer Resistance: Not Normally Bothered
Native To / Origin: US Gardens - Chris Hansen, 2012
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 4,5,6,7,8,9
Soil & Moisture: Well-draining, dry to average moist soils.
These plants do all exhibit the rhizomatous nature and look of H. Tolerant of periodic drought once well-established though it will keep better foliage and likely produce more and larger flowers on taller plants if kept at least average moist.
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Mostly sun
Native To / Origin: US - LA, AR, MS, FL, with reports from TX, AL, and GA
Deer Resistance: Sometimes Bothered - spring mainly
Container Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
Soil & Moisture: Prefers a rich, moist to moderately wet soil. Does fine in average moist and clay soils. Tolerant of periodic drought once established.
Thrives in good moisture retentive soil that does not dry out too much. Perennial Plant of the Year for 2012! This breathtaking perennial for shade has silvery green foliage that is beautiful all season.
Clusters of 2" deep reddish orange upward facing tubular blooms are born from summer to fall, making this a choice plant for fall migrating Hummingbirds. Typically freezes to the ground in winter but readily returns in spring.
The first foxglove to have upward reaching flowers! Beautiful rose colored flowers are speckled inside and make quite the show when they bloom in late spring to early summer. Recommended for planting in partial-shade, but can take more sun in the north.