Sweet William blooms in early summer with flowers that have a sassy, spicy fragrance. Sweet William is a popular favorite because this perennial has large clusters of small blooms that come in striking colors of red, pink, white, and bi-colors.
Simply dead head old blooms to encourage reblooming. Josee can rebloom up to four times in a season with the most spectacular show in late spring. Its compact size of only 6' tall makes it perfect for a hedge or specimen planting.
Profusion of blooms from June through September. Extremely hardy, they thrive in any garden with little care. An excellent source for cut flowers. Rose of Sharon grows 5-10' tall. You'll enjoy this old-fashioned favorite that bears an abundance of large,...
One plant covers four square feet. Sub-zero hardy to 40 degrees below, drought resistant, disease and insect free. Grows 12-24'' tall. Lacy, fern-like, deep green foliage compliments the beautiful pink and white blooms that start in June and bloom continually...
However it is commonly cultivated in gardens away from its native range. * This is the red flowered form. * Primula denticulata , commonly known as Drumstick primrose or the Himalayan Primrose is a species of primrose that is native to moist alpine regions...
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However it is commonly cultivated in gardens away from its native range. * Primula denticulata , commonly known as Drumstick primrose or the Himalayan Primrose is a species of primrose that is native to moist alpine regions and Afghanistan to China .
Grow 12-16'' tall. Attracts butterflies. Plant 10'' apart in full to part sun. Ideal for cut-flowers. Deer resistant. Highly drought tolerant. Blooms from early summer into fall! Enjoy masses of 3'' orange-red blooms tipped with yellow.
It is used in a number of proprietary medicines for treating skin, circulatory and kidney disorders. The species is commonly known as Virginia snakeroot and is native to eastern North America, from Connecticut to southern Michigan and south to Texas and...
Crop Year: 2017
Collection Locale: Russia
Minimum Hardiness Zone: 5
Common Name: Virginia Snake Root, Virginia Snakeroot
It is an easy to grow perennial that spreads fast. Giant Alaska Shasta Daisies make excellent cut flowers. They grow well in sun or light shade. Enjoy astonishing numbers of snowy, gold-centered blooms every June and July.
Charming 5'' purple daisy-like blooms with orange-brown raised centers. Purple Coneflowers are practically indestructible because they are sub-zero hardy and withstand heat, grow in dry locations and love poor soil.
It has been known to spread by rhizomes but under most conditions stays neatly where it's put and where hardy will return year after year. It flowers earlier and is a more vigorous plant overall growing slightly larger and has thick deep green quilted...
USDA Cold Hardiness Zones: 8,9,10
Container Size: 3.5 inch / 16 fl.oz. / 473 ml
Indoor Light: ,
pH Range: Mildly Acidic, Neutral, Mildly Alkaline
Native To / Origin: US Gardens - Scott Trees, Ball Horticulture, 2015
Once again we should all thank Greg Grant for another excellent selection! This tough little sage was found growing in a cemetery along with Henry Duelberg. For more about the story about the discovery of Henry Duelberg and Augusta Duelberg mealycup sages...
A good choice for the back of the border. The sweetly scented foliage gives it its common name. A vigorous clump forming perennial common to stream banks and moist areas but will do fine in average garden soils.
* Cupressus forbesii has proven to be a successful specimen tree, tolerant of the California Coastal climate and its cool temperatures and humidity, where other inland-growing cypress species such as Cupressus macnabiana have done poorly in these conditions.
Picked when first opened, the flowers are fermented with waterand sugar to make a very pleasant and intoxicating wine. Flowers- raw or cooked. Both the flowers and the leaves canbe made into a syrup or a tea.
Moonbeam Coreopsis may slowly spread by rhizomes. Deadheading will help ensure a fall repeat. 1992 Perennial Plant of the Year. 2" primrose yellow daisies top the fine-textured blue-green foliage of this durable native perennial from late spring to late...
In mild winter climates, like zone 9 and 10, they can remain evergreen and will flower for most of the year. Here in zone 8B they freeze to the ground in most winters and we plant them atop winter growing bulbs like Spanish Bluebells that take their place...
Blooms late summer to early fall. It is native to Europe and western Asia . * Unusual perennials with 2" spherical blue flowers in mid to late summer; the plant itself is rather rough and thistly with dark green leaves; good for middle or back of border;...
On a recent trip to west Texas we saw a Coral Vine that must have had 50 or more butterflies on one plant! Rose of Montana is considered invasive in some regions, please check with your local county extension office before planting.
Cincinata , Inspiration Passionvine is a triploid and appears to rarely produce fruit which may or may not be of any reliable quality. Inspiration Passionflower is a vigorous climbing, evergreen to perennial vine, with medium to dark green foliage.
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade
Container Size: Quart / 30 fl.oz. / 887 ml
Native To / Origin: German Gardens - Roland Fisher
Provide a well-drained soil and a full to mostly sunny position for the best results. This easy to grow perennial native vine can grow to 15-18' each year if given a suitable support but it is also happy to clamber along a fence, trellis, or any other...
In midsummer it produces the fragrant, nectar rich yellow flowers atop sturdy 2-3' high stems. The Ozark, Bush's, or simply the Yellow Coneflower is a native of the Ozark regions of northern Arkansas and central Missouri.
Fertilizing: Spring - midsummer.
Outdoor Light: Full sun, Part sun, Part shade
Soil & Moisture: Well-drained, moderately dry to average moist soils.
Deer Resistance: Rarely Bothered
Native To / Origin: US - Mainly S Central Missouri and N Arkansas
It produces a spike of zygomorphic flowers in the late summer. Growing up to a meter tall, it lives in zones 4 to 9 in moist to wet soils. * It was believed by some native North American Indian tribes that if the finely ground roots were secretly added...
Height: 2-3 feet
Quantity: 0.11 lb
Common Name: White Lobelia, Great White Blue Lobelia, White Cardinal Flower
Privets are fast growers and do well as long as they are planted in well-drained soil. * A bluish-green dye is obtained from the berries, it is more permanent than most greens. Ligustrum vulgare are hardy plants and tolerate temperatures down to 20 degrees...