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Perennials

Quality perennials grown in 32 and 72 cell plugs in our state of the art facilities to assure your growing success.  Shipped year round via our fleet of rail gate equipped, temperature controlled trucks.  (smaller orders shipped by air/ground freight)



Pinkish-salmon flowers are highly fragrant. Compact,gray-green foliage.

Double white flowers over gray-green foliage. Vigorous enough for landscape.


Early to bloom and continues throughout the season. Extra large, double, raspberry flowers that sit neatly on top of the gray-green foliage.

Pinkish-red blooms go on and on all season. Tight habit works well in containers, rock gardens, green roofs and along walkways.


Early bloomer. Extra large, double, white flowers that sit neatly on top of the gray-green foliage. Season long blooms.

Crimson blooms atop ground-hugging mat of rich green foliage.


Small rose-red flowers with dark green foliage.

Deep blue-green foliage with magenta-pink blooms.


Masses of tiny rose-pink flowers blanket the plant in spring.

Deep red blooms with creamy-white blotches on silvery foliage makes a delightful display. Flowers are nicely scented. Very tidy habit. Perfect for borders and rock gardens.


Long-blooming, fragrant, east-to-grow variety with semi-double, pink blooms.

Dark burgundy, almost black, flowers with lacy white edges.


A true perennial variety with yellow flowers.

Lovely perennial, unique strawberry pink blooms with a bronze sheen.


Horizontal facing lavender flowers with purple spotted throats.

Horizontal facing pastel rose flowers with purple spotted throats.


Perennial foxglove with a sturdy growth habit. Pink-peach flowers on strong stems mature to a light peach with spotted throats.

Perennial foxglove with a sturdy growth habit. Rose colored, tubular flowers on strong stems. Attracts hummingbirds. Deer and rabbit resistant.


White bell-shaped flowers with dark purple spots. Deep green, textured foliage is a great contrast to the blooms. An old-fashioned favorite.

Old-fashioned, mixed colors, noted for its ability to produce flowers the first year.