Astilbe Arendsii are all perennial, herbaceous plants with flowers in various shades from white to purplish red.
Rudbeckia hirta, commonly called black-eyed-susan, is a North American species of flowering plants in the sunflower family, native to the Eastern and Central North America and naturalized in the Western part of the continent as well as in China.
Catnip is an erect perennial best known for the minty odor emitted by its leaves and stems when they are crushed or wilted. The odor is very attractive to cats, and flowers between June and October.
Our Coral Bells varieties sport clouds of tiny, bell-shaped red or purples flowers in late spring or early summer. Foliage height ranges from 6 to 18 inches; flower spikes can reach 24 inches tall.
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Daylilies are one of the easiest to grow landscape perennials. They survive under a wide range of conditions, are practically trouble-free, and sport a wide variety of colored blooms.
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Hemlock trees can be used as a specimen, screen, or group planting, and can be sheared over time into a formal evergreen hedge. Grows well in most soil types.
Hosta varieties favor a wide variety of growing conditions. Some varieties prefer partial to full shade, while other prefer full sun exposures. All varieties have white to green leaves and produce blooms in early to mid summer.
Our Japanese Maples are exotic, beautifully flowering trees, with cascading varieties of red foliage. Most varieties prefer partial shade, and are often planted as a landscaping focal point.
Phlox are hardy perennials with delicate flowers. They tolerate most soils and require minimal to no care. Most varieties flower throughout the summer.
Hardy perennials with thick, dark green foliage. Deep blue-purple blooms flower throughout the summer.
Shastas mix effortlessly with other perennials and produces large white flowers. It thrives in most well drained soil types, and requires full sun. Good drainage is essential for this plant!