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Bold, pink blooms appear in early summer on the Ballerina Pink Salvia.
This collection of Perennial Salvia represents the cutting edge of perennial fashion, with big, bold blooms in an array of chic and stylish colors.
Fragrant soft pink blooms that are larger and more refined.
Attracts pollinators and is deer and rabbit resistant.
Soft pink flowers are held by dark mauve pink calyxes.
Perfect early bloomer collection includes beautiful in purple. This collection contains the following varieties Hyacinth Fondant(3), Muscari Armeiacum(27), Tulip Purple Prince(5)
Winter stretches on for months in many areas of the country, and a touch of color is very appreciated when spring finally arrives.
Perfect for borders and naturalizing—gorgeous, perfumed bouquets are an additional benefit. Not to mention loads of visiting butterflies.
Grows 3-12″ tall
Blooms Early to Mid Spring
Hardy in Zones 3-8
This tulip has maroon red flames on a white fringed flower. Strikingly beautiful!!
Tulips are an incredible source of inexpensive color for the garden.
Grows 16-24″ tall
Blooms Mid Spring
These Lilies have a beautiful fragrance and showy white flowers that make this perfect for both the gardens and cut summer bouquets.
Huge, trumpet-shaped blooms are an white with double petals and are pollen free.
Grows 24-36″ tall
Blooms Mid Summer
Persian Blue Allium are sure to please with round Purple-blue florets. Allium sphere heads are comprised of clusters of close-knit flowers. Hundreds of tiny star like flowers make up each sphere head.
15-20 blooms cover each stem of this daffodil. Creates a stunning display in containers and borders
‘Blue Mouse Ears’ Hosta has such a cute name! That’s because it’s such a cute hosta – almost too cute to describe!
Easily grown in evenly moist, organically rich, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade.
Best in part shade (some morning sun or sun dappled conditions).
A symmetrical mound of small, heart-shaped foliage with a slight curl that resemble mouse ears.
The soft blue-gray leaves have a faint white edge in early spring.
Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today’s gardens due to their versatility in the landscape.