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.

This first year flowering perennial is known for its strong growth habit and floridity. The basal foliage forms a compact clump that produces deep lavender purple flowers with heavily spotted maroon throats in early summer. Great for the back of the border. Toxic if eaten.

New Millennium Stars is a mix of all the New Millenium Hybrid Delphiniums, including 'Blue Lace', Blushing Brides', 'Green Twist', Double Innocence', 'Misty Mauves',  'Morning Lights', Pagan Purples', 'Purple Passoin', 'Royal Aspirations' and 'Sunny Skies'. Therefore, the flowers will range in color from white to pink to purple and will range in height from 3 to 6 feet.

These hybrid have excellent form, strong stems and vigorous growth habit. They were selected for their improved tolerance of heat, while retaining their cold hardiness. Toxic if eaten.

A short bushy mounded perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and large blue flower spikes all summer and fall. Great accent for the front of the woodland border or in Container. A good cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds. Remove old flowers to promote new blooms. Toxic if eaten.

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

A bushy perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and profuse spikes of dark 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, a dwarfer series with more compact growth. Toxic if eaten.

A bushy perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and profuse spikes of mixed coloured flowers in summer and fall. Great accent for the middle of the woodland border, good cut flowers. Toxic if eaten.

A bushy perennial with deeply lobed green leaves and profuse spikes of soft pink blossoms from summer into fall. Great accent for the middle of the woodland border, good cut flowers. An old fashioned garden classic; a dwarfed series with more compact growth. Toxic if eaten.

Evergreen woody vine. Small glossy green lobed leaves with creamy veins. Purple winter color. Use as a groundcover or allow to climb on fences, trellises or arbors. Spread will depend on how much it is pruned back. A hardier selection of English Ivy. The leaves and berries are poisonous.

A vigorous climbing or spreading, clinging woody evergreen vine with glossy bright green lobed new leaves turning darker green with age. A good groundcover for large areas or along borders. Will climb anything. Size depends on how much it is pruned back. The leaves and berries are poisonous.

Dalmatian White Foxglove will nearly always flower in its first year. The pure-white flowers that form on the upright branching stems, have a pretty freckling of plum coloured markings in their throat, and if cut back promptly, there may well be a second flush of flowers later in the year. Toxic if eaten.

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