Aquilegia plants, often referred to as columbine are a cherished part of any garden known for their incredible uniform growth and extended flowering habits, these columbine are also prized for dwarf stature, only reaching 12″-16″ tall. This plant is smothered in nodding blue bell-shaped flowers with white overtones and blue spurs at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. Excellent showy flower for the mixed border, cutting gardens, and woodland settings. Attracts Hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden. Remove flowering stems after bloom to encourage additional bloom. Mildew tolerant.
This deer-resistant peony is a prolific bloomer with 50 flowers per plant at times. The magenta-speckled petals are a customer favorite, and the fact that they are very low maintenance helps matters, too! Full sun to light shade is best for these beauties. They definitely make you want to sing and dance! Height 36″.
Few plants produce such impressive flowers as the peony. These gorgeous perennials are famous for their spectacular blooms, beautiful greenery and rich fragrance. The great thing about the peony is that there are more than a thousand varieties, in all sorts of colours and shapes. Some have double sets of flowers or a single row of petals; some are pink, red, yellow, or white. Height 36″.