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 spreading perennial with rounded gray green succulent leaves. Red star-shaped flowers appear in early fall, blooms opening to purplish pink as the mature. A well behaved ground cover in rock gardens, Container, slopes or edging the border. Drought tolerant once established.

A creeping perennial with green succulent foliage forms a dense mat. Clusters of starry white flowers are produced in the summer. Good in rock gardens, on slopes, around flagstones, edging the border and in Container. Drought tolerant once established.

This wonderful textural grass-like plant forms a compact mound of narrow green, hairlike foliage with an arching habit. White flowers form at the tips, giving the effect of fibre optic lights. Prefers an evenly moist soil.

2000 Perennial of the Year. A very popular perennial with narrow deeply cut leaves and lovely blue, tight daisy-like flowers that bloom all summer and fall. Pretty accent for window boxes and Container, mass planted or edging the border. Great cut flower. Attracts butterflies.

Foliage is larger and more succulent than other mossy saxifrage. Compact, spreading evergreen perennial with light pink flowers which bloom in late spring. Flowers age to ivory white. Great along walkways, mixed into rock gardens or in Container.

A compact, spreading perennial with light pink flowers which bloom in late spring. Evergreen leaves formed in rosettes have a yellow variegation. Great along walkways, mixed into the rock gardens, in Container or as a ground cover.

A low growing, spreading evergreen perennial with dark green foliage. Covered in a profusion of white cup-shaped flowers in the late spring. Great choice for a rock garden, edging the border, walls and crevices or in Container.

A low growing, spreading evergreen perennial with dark green foliage. Covered in a profusion of reddish purple cup-shaped flowers in the late spring. Great for the rock garden, edging the border, walls and crevices or in Container.

A low growing, spreading evergreen perennial with dark green foliage. Covered in a profusion of pink cup-shaped flowers in the late spring. Great choice for a rock garden, edging the border, walls and crevices or in Container.

A mat forming perennial with low growing clusters of narrow gray green leaves. Numerous clusters of creamy white flowers bloom in summer. A specimen for the rock garden, border and edging plant. Drought tolerant once established.

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