Perennials

A perennial flower lives for three or more seasons. It may or may not be mature enough to bloom the first year from seed. Perennials will need periodic rejuvenation and/or replacement, typically every three to five years. Most perennials bloom for only a short period -- a week or two or three -- once a year.
 

Disclaimer:

This list is a sampling of the product we carry. We receive deliveries of new items on a daily basis, please call for specific availability.


  • Achillea-Yarrow
  • Agastache-Hyssop
  • Ajuga-Bugleweed
  • Anemone-Windflower
  • Aquilegia-Columbine
  • Armeria-Thrift
  • Artemsia
  • Astilbe
  • Buddleia-Butterfly
  • Campunla-Bellflower
  • Centaurea-Bachelor
  • Chrysogonum
  • Coreopsis-Tickseed
  • Delospermum
  • Delphiniums
  • Dianthus
  • Dicentra-Bleeding
  • Digitalis-Foxglove
  • Echinacea-Coneflower
  • Euphorbia
  • Ferns
  • Gaillardia-Blanket Flower
  • Galium-Sweet Woodruff
  • Gaura-Wand Flower
  • Geranium-Cranesbill
  • Grass-Festuca
  • Hemerocallis-Daylily
  • Heuchera-Coral
  • Hosta    
  • Iris     
  • Lamium-Deadnettle
  • Lavender     
  • Leucanthemum-Shasta
  • Liatris-Gayfeather
  • Liriope-Lilyturf
  • Lupines    
  • Lysmachia-Loosetrife
  • Monarda-Bee Balm
  • Myosotis-Forget Me Not
  • Nepeta-Catmint
  • Penstemon – Bearded Tongue
  • Phlox
  • Phlox-Mountain Pinks
  • Polemonium-Jacob’s Ladder
  • Rudbeckia-Blackeyed Susan
  • Salvia-Meadow Sage
  • Scabiosa-Pincushion Flower
  • Sedum
  • Sempervivums–Hens & Chicks
  • Stachy’s-Lamb’s Ear
  • Tiarella
  • Veronica-Speedwell