Perennials

Perennials are one of the most popular categories of plants today. Most perennials flower in spring or summer and grow each year from their roots. Perennials can last many years and are normally categorized as either shade or sun loving.

A selection from New Zealand, the New Millennium series outperforms all other tall types of delphiniums. Blue Lace produces tall spikes of sky blue flowers with a pinkish tinge held above a medium-sized bushy mound of deeply cut leaves. Toxic if eaten.

A selection from New Zealand, the New Millennium series outperforms all other tall types of delphiniums. Double Innocence produces tall spikes of frilly, double creamy white flowers that are held above a medium-sized bushy mound of deeply cut leaves. Toxic if eaten.

A selection from New Zealand, the New Millennium series outperforms other tall types of delphiniums. Dusky Maidens produces tall spikes of flowers in shades of pink with a contrasting bee held above medium-sized bushy mound of deeply cut leaves. Toxic if eaten.

Graceful perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and tall wiry stems with spikes of double white blossoms in summer and into the fall. Great accent for the back of the border, good cutflowers. Toxic if eaten.

A popular old fashioned favorite with sword-like leaves and dainty, fragrant white bell-shaped flowers that bloom in spring. Great groundcover in the woodland borders and difficult areas. A good cutflower. Easy to grow and becomes more vigorous with age. Caution: Toxic if eaten.

Graceful perennial with deeply lobed leaves and tall wiry stems with spikes of double lavender pink blossoms with dark centers in summer. Great accent for the back of the border, good cut flowers. A tall old fashioned garden classic from the Pacific Giant series. Toxic if eaten.

A graceful upright perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and tall wiry stems with spikes of dark purple blossoms with a black bee through summer into fall. Great accent for the back of the border, good cut flowers. A tall old fashioned garden classic from the Pacific Giant series. Toxic if eaten.

A bushy perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and profuse spikes of mixed colour flowers in summer and fall. Great accent for the middle of the woodland border, good cut flowers. An old fashioned garden classic, a dwarf series with more compact growth. Toxic if eaten.

A bushy perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and profuse spikes of pale blue flowers with white centres in summer and fall. Great accent for the middle of the woodland border, good cutflowers. An old fashioned garden classic. Toxic if eaten.

A bushy perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and profuse spikes of white flowers with dark blue centres in summer and fall. Great accent for the middle of the woodland border, good cutflowers. An old fashioned garden classic. Toxic if eaten.

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