Densely flowering 4-6 ft. Deer-resistant, easily managed shrubs prefer sunny locations with moist, well-drained soil. Shrubs produce an explosion of fragrant deep lavender-purple flowers in spring, and a steady show of blooms right up till frost.
This is one of the easiest plants to have in the garden. Extremely hardy, crocus is perfect for low maintenance landscapes in combinations with snowdrops. Once planted, it multiplies quickly and comes back every spring.
Nothing is more fragrant in early spring than Hyacinths, they are easy to plant, requite very little maintenance and come in wide range of colors. Excellent for showy cutting displays, as well as a sweet, room-filling fragrance.
Surely one of the most distinctive and beguiling of all crocuses, ‘Pickwick' boasts bright lavender petals finely detailed with purple stripes. A fine choice for the border, wooded areas and the property edge.
Lovely for borders and cutting. Very large, long-spurred blooms in wide color range flower in late spring on graceful plants. In late fall, cover with straw or evergreen branches to protect where winters are severe.
Tulip Angelique is the best pink of the double late group. Bulb size: 12 cm. Creamy background is brushed with soft pink. Outstanding variety to plant in front of tall single late varieties like Clear Water and Dordogne, or create garden design with early...
This cheerful mix has unstoppable color, is easy to grow and comes back year after year. Fosteriana tulips, also called Emperor tulips, are native to mountainous Central Asia. They all have great form and bright colors in their large, wide petals.
Plants are well adapted with excellent disease resistance. Petal tips are lightly frosted white, giving a two-tone effect. This is a low maintenance plant that does not need deadheading and is a magnet for butterflies and honeybees.
Gorgeous, double-flowered hellebore superstar from the ‘Wedding Party' Series, known for notably vigorous plants with large numbers of big, showy blossoms in rich hues. Plants mingle harmoniously with other perennials in containers.
These double early tulips are ideal for use in garden beds. They begin in April and continue for at least 6 weeks. Combine them with Giant Crocus Mix and Single Late Tulip Mix and Allium rosenbachianum for a never-ending blend of colors from late February...
Fully double blooms create great displays in the spring. They can be used in flower bed arrangements with other spring blooming perennial bulbs for long lasting color and forced in containers indoor as well.
Take time in the spring to smell the hyacinth in your garden. They are easy to plant, require little maintenance and come in a range of colors. This flower is full of sweet aroma when there is very little else in flower in the garden.
They are low growing plants often used in front of the border and as ascent plant in containers. As the name suggests, Heuchera Grape Expectations captures our attention with vibrant grape-purple foliage topped with white flowers airborne from long purple...
A compact selection, growing only to 6-8 feet. Give plants a good hard cut in late winter to early spring. 'Pink Fantasy' adds a soft touch with its 4-6" pale pink flowers, rendered more appealing with deep pink bars and stamens.
An award-winning classic! With enormous flowers up to 6" across, 'Magnus' is a favorite for the back of the perennial border and beautiful in fresh arrangements. An exceptionally hardy perennial that is heat and drought tolerant.
Try something different! These delicate-looking beauties are some of the best tulips for naturalizing. This tulip tends to be less appetizing to deer than others. Graceful vase-shaped flowers are held atop slender stems above narrow leaves.
Group with other prairie plants such as echinacea, monarda and rudbeckia, to create your own modern meadow. Chosen especially for its “un-floppable” habit, this little bluestem adds some blue tones to the landscape along with fantastic native grass...
Awarded 2007 Perennial Plant of the Year by the Perennial Plant Association. This low-maintenance catmint keeps its blue-green, aromatic leaves neat through the summer. Violet-blue spikes top this low grower, lending a soft, muted feel to the garden.
* Something like a 6" wide daisy, with this difference: it is stemless, growing prostrate on the ground; blooms in May or June; coarse, deeply lobed leaves; likes a scree soil; a rock garden plant or curiosity native to the Mediterranean.
Jennie Butchart is one of the brightest red, lily flowering tulips. Blooms mid to late spring. The color's so bright you've got to wear shades. We suggest planting it with tulip Don Quichotte or tulip Ad Rem.