Anemone St. Brigid mix provides a colorful double petaled continual bloom through the summer. Add Anemone along borders where you need a splash of color, and is a perfect flower for your cutting garden for a stunning addition to your flowering bouquets.
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.
‘Autumn Joy’ Sedum produces delicate bright-pink flowers on large heads that age into a beautiful copper color as fall approaches. ‘Autumn Joy’ is a stout, spreading plant with succulent foliage that pairs well with ornamental grasses and against the deep-green leaves of summer perennials.
Easy to care for, very adaptable, and a popular stand-in for shrubs, this sedum lasts and lasts when other plants begin to wane.
Sedums, like Hostas and have become staples in American perennial gardens in recent years.
And this one, Autumn Joy, is the one responsible. This incredible plant is now at or near the top of everyone’s list of the best perennial flowers of them all. Nothing beats it for late color in the border.
Bleeding Hearts are an all time favorite for any ornamental garden. These beautiful plants have soft green foliage and long rose pink and white heart-shaped flowers for several weeks in spring. Plants can form clumps 3 feet across and almost as tall. Foliage generally goes dormant in summer. Bleeding hearts are beautiful when grouped along borders. Bleeding hearts also make great additions to cut flower arrangements.
Bleeding hearts are excellent when planted in rows for a color border.
Bleeding hearts have heart shaped flowers that several weeks in the spring.
Plant 24-48 in. apart
Bleeding hearts also make great additions to cut flower arrangements
The plants you receive may range from having leaves and actively growing, to being in a dormant (resting) state and showing few if any signs of life. However, you can be assured that plants are ready to spring to life once they’re planted.
Open-faced flowers perched like butterflies on tall stems best describes this delightful mix of Butterfly Daisies. Flowers have domed spiny centers of yellowish brown to reddish brown, surrounded by sometimes drooping petals called rays in vibrant carmine-red, deep golden-yellow, light purple, or dazzling white. You’ll enjoy this sensational display in your garden from summer through early fall.
Long lasting blooms in cut-flower arrangements or dried-flower displays
Bloom in summer through first early frosts
Adaptable and tolerant of drought, heat, humidity, and poor soil
Crocosmia Lucifer delights both gardeners and professional flower arrangers. Hardy and easy to maintain, the plants are deer and drought resistant. Stiff, arching stems bear sprays of funnel-shaped, fire-engine-red blooms amid mounding sword-shape foliage. Florists frequently use Crocosmia to add sparks of color and graceful curves to cut-flower arrangements. Gardeners plant them in groups for a colorful border. They’re so easy to grow, you’ll find yourself cutting some and bringing them indoors to add a bit of drama to your own flower arrangements.
Favorites of hummingbirds and butterflies. Long vase life.
Intense red color adds to a home’s curb appeal. Will multiply and spread once established.
Tall and stately, Hollyhocks bring a romantic cottage-garden atmosphere to just about any garden setting. Wavy or fringed flowers that resemble hibiscus are surrounded by round, fuzzy green leaves. In shades of yellow, pink, red, and white, the flowers bloom from the bottom to the top of rigid spikes. Use to add height to borders and beds, or plant in clumps near porches and doorways, and along garden paths.
Great backdrop for low-growing perennials
Add interest and color when planted along walls and fences
“The Pearl,” is loved by gardeners for its pristine white flowers and heavenly scent. Makes an excellent cut flower. Fragrant white flowers and stunning statement it makes either in the garden or cut in bouquets. The double, white blooms will fill your garden with a lovely fragrance and provide a lovely show in the late summer.
Johnson’s Blue Geranium is the standard by which any blue or bluish geranium hybrids are judged. This hardy geraniums are compact plants with beautiful flowers and a long season of bloom. Geraniums are wonderful as edging in the front of a border, and equally impressive as mounded specimen plants anywhere. Considered a perennial in Zones 3-8 which blooms early to late summer.
A vigorous and virus-free dwarf canna that’ll add a pop of deep red to your landscape. It’s a fast-growing variety you’ll love at the front of a border, or even in a water garden. Especially low maintenance, too and its self-cleaning blooms will give you a summer-long display you won’t have to fuss over. Height 20″
Phlox Nicky has dramatic dark violet trusses of beautiful fragrant blooms! Plant them in borders close to paths and patios where you can catch their inviting scent on warm summer evenings. Phlox flowers make wonderful cut flower so you can enjoy them indoors too! Phlox Nicky attracts bees and butterflies. Considered a perennial in Zones 3-8; dig bulbs and store indoors in colder areas.
Poppy Prince of Orange has huge tangerine blooms with a satiny texture and long-lasting garden flair. Despite their delicate appearance, oriental poppies are extremely hardy. The Oriental Poppy ‘Prince of Orange’, Papaver orientale, has double orange flowers with black centers and bred for charm and style. Poppies love the sun but are not averse to light shade, so they are a great addition to borders and beds in any area of the garden. Plant them this year and you will enjoy their blooms for many seasons to come!