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 low growing perennial that forms an evergreen mat with small spiky intense blue-green succulent foliage that resembles a blue spruce. Yellow flowers appear in summer. Useful in rock gardens, edging along borders or in Container. Drought tolerant once established.

A low growing perennial that forms an evergreen mat with small spiky bright yellow succulent foliage. Yellow flowers appear in summer. Useful in rock gardens, edging along borders or in Container. Drought tolerant once established.

Late blooming upright perennial with clumping habit. Grayish blue coloured, succulent foliage with deep red fall flowers. Drought tolerant once established.

An improved Rose Carpet sedum whose low habit is unbeatable in the rockery. Rose pink blooms with small oval leaves that turn purple in summer. Drought tolerant once established.

Wonderful dark, almost black foliage clothes the compact purple-black stems and gives way to reddish-pink flowers for a nice contrast in late summer and early fall. Very hardy and drought tolerant once established. Attracts butterflies.

Rosettes of silvery-green succulent leaves form a dense mat that resembles saxifrage-like foliage. Small starry silvery pink flowers in summer. A unique plant grown in Container, rock gardens, over walls or edging the border. Drought tolerant once established.

Green succulent foliage forms a creeping habit to make a good ground cover for banks or hillsides. Can be used in Container. Showy, starry yellow flowers appear in spring and summer for added ornamental value. Drought tolerant once established.

Green succulent foliage has a white edge forming a creeping habit to make a good ground cover for banks or hillsides. Can be used in Container. Showy orange-yellow flowers appear in spring and summer for added ornamental value. Drought tolerant once established.

Xenox produces small heads of dusty pink flowers held over a mound of purple foliage. Flowers appear in late summer or early fall. This fairly compact perennial makes a great addition to the front of the border or in Container. Attracts butterflies. Drought tolerant once established.

A low growing perennial with dense, blue green succulent leaves and trailing stems. Purple flowers bloom in the summer. Excellent in Container, borders, rock gardens, around flagstones or in walls and crevices. Drought tolerant once established.

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