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 easy-to-grow perennial displays showy, large white flowers with maroon throats and spots in summer. Tall flower stalks provide height to the border and cottage garden. Useful in front of dark backgrounds. Toxic if eaten.

An excellent new perennial variety with clusters of dark purple with reddish eye flowers in summer. Blooms have a wonderful fragrance. A colorful addition to mixed borders or Container. A great cut flower. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Drought tolerant once established.

An excellent new perennial variety with clusters of lilac-blue flowers which bloom in summer. Blooms have a wonderful fragrance. A colourful addition to mixed borders or Container. A great cut flower. Attracts butterflies. Good resistance to disease. Drought tolerant once established.

Stella Supreme produces showy clusters of rich lemon yellow blooms. Flower petals are slightly curved giving a bell-shaped appearance. Fragrant 3" blooms appear from early summer to first frost. Grass-like green leaves. Excellent for massing, mixed beds or container.Drought tolerant once established. Attracts butterflies.

Upright perennial with long strap like leaves that grow in a fan shape. Peachy pink ruffled flowers bloom on strong stems in spring, several blooms per stem. Great for cut flowers. Tall Iris are a true perennial favorite for all borders.

A popular garden perennial favourite with blue green deeply lobed leaves and sturdy spikes of mixed coloured flowers that bloom in summer. Great colour for the mixed borders and as a cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds. Remove old blooms to promote strong new foliage.

Not a weedy thistle at all. Striking perennial with spiny foliage. Round clusters of silvery white ball shaped flowers in late summer to fall head high with red stems. Plant at the back of borders. Excellent cut flower for fresh or dried arrangements. Attract butterflies.

A selection from New Zealand, the New Millennium series outperforms all other tall types of delphiniums. Sweetheart produces tall spikes of frilly flowers in mixed shades of pink held above a medium-sized bushy mound of deeply cut leaves. Attracts hummingbirds. Toxic if eaten.

Ground hugging perennial with green toothed, heart-shaped leaves and dainty nodding, bell-shaped flowers. Clear white flowers bloom in summer. Good in rock gardens, edging the border and in Container. Great between pavers or stone in pathways.

Clump forming perennial with spoon-shaped, medium green leaves and single rose pink flowers with yellow centres from early to midsummer. Excellent for rock gardens or the front of borders. Drought tolerant once established. A good cut flower.

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