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Pinelands Princess Dahlia is a very show, strong and reliable bloomer! Fringed pink petals have orange and yellow accents. It looks stunning when planted with Mrs. Eileen Dinnerplate Dahlia, Patriot Dahlia and Kelvin Floodlight Dahlia. Plant in full sun, and well drained soil for best results. Prior to sprouting dahlia tubers do not need regular water, once you see sprouts you may water the plants on a regular basis.
Butterflies and Flowers- what else do you need? You can double or triple this collection for more instant butterfly attraction! These flowers all perennialize and naturalize bringing more blooms and more butterflies each year! Contains the following individually packed and labeled varieties: 1 pkg. (1 root/pkg.) Black Eyed Susan (#27163)1 pkg. (10 bulbs/pkg.) Liatris Spicita (Gayfeather) (#27130)1 pkg. (1 root/pkg.) Magnus Purple Coneflower (#27161)1 pkg. (3 roots/pkg.) Mixed McKana Hybrid...
This peony will tell you tales of beauty, fragrance and late spring blooms! Expect soft pink blooms with coral and white tones throughout from the Do Tell Peony in late spring. Do Tell Peony is a herbaceous peony. Herbaceous peonies have a leafy and bushy habit during the growing season, and go dormant in winter. This peony does well in northern and southern climates, making it an excellent choice for most gardeners. Once established peonies live for decades and are generally very low...
Enjoy the bright yellow, purples, whites, and reds of this full sun perennial collection. These plants are all proven to come back year after year with little fuss. Most of them can be used for beautiful floral arrangements with a "country flair". They are also quite drought tolerant so make wonderful choices for planting on hillsides and larger areas. Contains the following individually packed and labeled varieties: 1 pkg. (10 bulbs/pkg.) Liatris Spicita Alba- White Liatris (#27129)1 pkg. (10...
The star of your summer garden has arrived. Star Mix Cactus Dahlias are a bright and sunny mix of yellow, orange, white and peach dahlias. Cactus dahlias are some of our favorite cut flowers. Plant this bright mix in your border or large containers. Pointed blooms up to 7" across when planted in full sun, with adequate water and fertilizer.
It's a bloom, it's a flower, it's an Optic Illusion Dahlia. Stunning multi-color decorative dahlia has blooms of pink/purple and white. Optic Illusion Dahlia will produce 4-6" blooms in mid-Summer through your first frost in fall. Plant in full sun for best results.
Veitch's Blue Globe Thistle is an exquisite sun and drought tolerant perennial. The blooms of the Veitch's Blue add new dimension to your perennial garden. Globe Thistle makes a unique cut flower to add to your fresh flower bouquets. The blooms are 1-2" globe shaped iridescent blue and are very showy. Globe Thistle is best grown in full sun. Globe Thistle tolerates poor, dry and rocky soils, and requires adequate drainage for the best results.
You'll love this double petaled tall phlox with bright pink blossoms. Cleopatra Tall Phlox is a real stunner in the perennial garden. This clump forming perennial blooms late in the season, is fragrant and does best when planted in full sun. Phlox paniculata 'Cleopatra'
A late summer blooming garden gem! Toad Lilies are shade and moisture tolerant perennials, with the most unique blooms you will find in the shade garden. Empress Toadlily will grow in as an upright clump in your shade garden. Moist, rich well drained soil is necessary for toadlilies to thrive in the garden. Empress Toadlily starts blooming in August and September, and has showy speckled white and purple 1.5" blooms. Tricyrtis x 'Empress' ...
When My Sweetheart Returns....and they will over and over again with this re-blooming day lily. When My Sweetheart Returns is a strong re-blooming variety that will produce blooms daily for 3 months in summer, starting in late June to mid July depending on your location. When My Sweetheart Returns is a long blooming day lily, and also produces an abundance of blooms per stem. The 4" lemon yellow blooms have a rosy pink throat, we think they are very sweet. When My Sweetheart Returns does best...
Rosy Returns Daylily is a long blooming variety with 4" rose pink blooms that are fragrant. Daylilies are adaptive perennials that thrive in tough conditions. Rosy Returns will produce several showy blooms per stem, and once Rosy starts blooming in early summer she doesn't stop until frost. If you are looking for an easy to grow perennial for full sun that is low maintenance and will provide plenty of color in your summer garden the Rosy Returns is the perennial you need. Rosy Returns can be...
Fragrant Returns Daylily is similar to the popular Happy Returns Daylily in nearly every way. It boasts a long bloom time of lemon yellow blooms just like Happy Returns, but it is also fragrant! This easy to grow long blooming perennial has a place in every sunny garden. The slightly ruffled 3" blooms will appear early summer and last until frost. Fragrant Returns Daylily can be planted in borders, mass planting areas, slopes as well as containers.
Ruby Clare Mims Daylily is one of our favorite re-blooming daylilies. The strong flowering habit, re-blooming nature and bright pink blooms, makes this daylily a winner for your summer garden. Daylilies are easy to grow, and great perennials for beginner gardens. Ruby Clare Mims has deep raspberry pink blooms, with a yellow and white throat. Best planted in borders or mass plantings, these daylilies thrive in any sunny location.
Night Beacon is a long re-blooming perennial daylily. Deep crimson maroon blooms are showy in the garden and accented with sunny yellow throats. Daylilies are easy to grow perennials, and do best when grown in full sun. You may want to remove the spent flowers to maintain a neat and tidy appearance, although it is not necessary.
Buckeye Belle Peony is a true crimson red semi-double blooming peony. Peony are long lived perennials that can live in one location for 75+ years. One of the best features of peony plants is their excellent cut flower, Buckeye Belle makes for a dramatic red cut flower for your spring garden bouquets. Peony should be planted in full sun and in a location they can stay in as they do not like being transplanted. Plant peony roots no more than 2" below the soil surface.
Honorine Jobert Anemone is a mound shaped perennial that holds a compact form. The 2-3" diameter blooms on the Honorine Jobert are pure white with a yellow center. This late blooming perennial will start blooming in August and continue through September. Honorine Jobert can grow 3-4' tall and fits well in the back of the perennial border or any location you need to add blooms late in the season. Grow Honorine Jobert Anemone in full sun to part shade, in moisture rich soil that has a good...
Mmmmm Scrumdiddlyumptious are the blooms on this peony. Scrummdiddlyumptious Peony is an Itoh peony, which are hybrid varieties between tree peonies and herbaceous peonies. The large showy blooms are creamy yellow with blush pink edges. Scrummdiddlyumptious is a strong bloomer and could produce up to 50 blooms each season when mature.
Mom's Special Dahlia is a dinnerplate dahlias with delicate white blooms that have highlights if violet in them. The large blooms featured slightly twisted petals and will sure to become Mom's Special Dahlia in her garden this year.
Anemone coronaria 'Mr. Fokker' is probably better known as a charming cut flower than as a bulb, but it definitely deserves a place in the garden. Just choose a warm and dry spot and the bulbs will already reward you with beautiful true blue flowers in 6 to 10 weeks after planting.
Bowl of Beauty Peony will bring you a bowl of beautiful large pink blooms in late Spring. Peonies are revered for their delightful fragrance and large showy blooms. These long lived perennials are easy to care for once established, and should be planted in a location that they will not need to be moved. When your Bowl of Beauty Peony blooms in late Spring expect show bright lipstick pink blooms that have a lemon yellow center of petals. Bowl of Beauty Peony has been acclaimed by many as one of...
Iris Pallida Albo Variegata is sure to turn heads in your garden! This sun loving plant has creamy yellow sword like leaves which turn silvery white during the season. Towards early summer, you will see fragrant lilac blue blooms emerge.
Iris Pallida Aureo Variegata is sure to turn heads in your garden! This sun loving plant forms golden yellow and grey green striped leaves. Towards early summer, you will see fragrant lavendar blue blooms emerge.
Giant Allium (Allium giganteum) is the tallest of the large flowering allium with 4"-6"; diameter ball-shaped flowers. The Giant Allium adds a wonderful element to a garden and will even catch the eye of the non-gardeners! These huge flowers blossom the size of softballs with a gorgeous pink color and sway atop sturdy stems in late spring. These add great texture and look great when planted amongst other shorter plants.
Foxtail lilies also known as Desert Candles are perfect for cut flower gardens. This mixture of perenial bulbs includes orange, yellow, and cream. Each pack offers a different combination of color. Don't miss out on these early summer blooms!Best when planted in full sun and very well drained soil. Plant in raised beds, or improve soil quality with organic matter.
Robustus Foxtail lily (Eremerus robustus) has soft pink spires of blooms. These showy perennials will bloom in early summer, and prefer well drained soil. Not only do the blooms make great cut flowers, Foxtail Lily are deer, rabbit and rodent resistant. Well drained soil is critical to the survival of the foxtail lilies, but once they are established in an area they will live for a long time.
Cleopatra Foxtail Lily is one of the most popular and well known varieties of foxtail lilies. Glowing orange blooms have a hint of rosy salmon in the small petals that are in the tall spikes of blooms. Foxtail lily do best when planted in full sun, and require very well draining soil to grow.
Purple Rain Salvia is a low maintenance perennial best for sunny locations. Purple Rain salvia is upright in habit, maturing at 24-30". Purple spires of blooms can be seen early summer through late summer on Purple Rain Salvia. Removing spent flowers, helps to encourage a longer bloom season. This perennial root will return and remain in your garden for many years. Salvia plants do well in dry soil, and once established are drought tolerant, be sure the soil they are planted in drains well....
Happy Spirit Astilbe is a very new perennial from Holland. This shade tolerant perennial has fluffy white flowers in mid summer. When Happy Spirit is not blooming the finely dissected leaves are a deep forest green, highlighted by deep red stems. The foliage adds contrast to other shade perennials in your garden. Astilbe prefer evenly moist soil and do not tolerate dry conditions. When establishing your astilbe roots do not allow the plant to dry out, especially in hot summer conditions. Plant...
Pink Stripes Daylily is a reblooming daylily with bursts of pink and orange throughout. Daylilies are easy to grow perennials that thrive in sun and tolerate drought once establishes. Blooms on the Pink Stripe Daylily can grow up to 7" diameter! The pink blooms are striped, streaked and spotted with shades of pink, accented with an orange throat. Plant daylilies of groupings of 3-5 for best results. Pink Stripes can be mixed with other daylilies to create a colorful and eye catching garden...
Exquisite and showy pink and white blooms appear in late spring to early summer on the Painted Woman Siberian Iris. The falls of this siberian iris are rosy red mixed with golden accents, they stand out against the white standards. Siberian Iris are great for cut flowers, and tolerate moist soils once established. Painted Woman Iris works well in perennial borders.
Also called Spike Gayfeather and Blazing Star. The white liatris is a classic bulb that has been growing in European and American borders for centuries. The wooly flower spikes gives the liatris spicita alba an architectural caracter and combined with other border perennials such as the liatris Gayfeather for a real showy garden. Long blooming and long vase life!
This is a classic bulb that has been growing in European and American borders for centuries. The wooly flower spikes give this plant an architectural caracter. Combine with other flowering plants of equal decorative value. Long bloomer and long vase life!
The Hardy Gloxinia is a favorite in old English gardens and add a lilac to purple flowers, almost tropical-looking accent to any garden! The deeply divided leaves form low clumps and produce 12-24" trumpet flower stems, completely void of leaves. The flowers emit a slight fragrant and are quite attractive to butterflies, birds, and bees alike. Remove faded flowers to encourage more. Protect in winter.
The Purple Magnus Coneflower (Echinacea) will make a home in your garden all summer long, and for many years to come. This drought-resistant wildflower makes an attractive addition to borders, informal or natural and rock gardens. The large, colorful flowers will attract butterflies and look great as cut flowers. Try planting with other Rudbeckias, Liatris, and Phlox.Tip: Promptly deadhead by cutting spent blooms to prolong blooming!
The Mixed McKana Hybrid Columbine (Aquilegia) is a favorite among the midwest as it's nectar-filled tips attracts many hummingbirds and butterflies! Columbine produce large, bi-color blooms of yellow, white, pink, purple and blue. Bring color to your shady rock, natural or woodland gardens with these naturalizing, showy blooms.Tip: Columbines planted close to each other may produce new hybrids as they cross-bread easily. This will bring new and exciting colors to your garden!
This newly popular perennial, the Tojen Toad Lily, will create an excellent finale to your summer garden as you head into fall. These are often referred to as Hardy Japanese Lilies. Its delicate star shaped blooms form in August and September and will bloom white with a purple glaze on the edges. Plant in a shaded area with moist and well-drained soil.
The Blue Paradise Tall Garden Phlox is a classic among perennial gardens. The 6 inch clusters consist of violet bloom blooms all 1 inch each, which will bloom in July and August. This Perennial will be a striking additon to your border garden when planted in the middle or towards the back. Fragrant vanilla clove scent, on this mildew resistant variety.
Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris are a must have for the sunny perennial garden. Caesar's Brother Iris are easy to grow, have violet to purple blooms in early Summer and their grassy foliage remains attractive once they are done blooming. Caesar's Brother Iris do best when planted in full sun, once established they are tolerant of moist soils, and look nice when planted near water's edge.
Enjoy this unique blue Siberian iris with white striations through the petals. Siberian Iris are an easy to grow perennial, suited best for sunny areas, and adaptable to moist soils once established. The grassy foliage remains attractive all season, and looks best planted in mass, in the border or near waters edge.
This Siberian Iris, bears creamy white and yellow blooms early Summer! Plant with Caesar's Brother or Flight of Butterflies Iris for a great impact in the early Summer garden. Siberian Iris are easy to grow perennials, that do best when planted in full sun, in moist but well draining soil, once established they will tolerate fairly moist soil. Plant in clumps of 3 in the mixed border garden, or near waters edge.
Great for naturalizing and use in woodland or cottage gardens, the Ruby Cloud Astrantia (or Masterwort) is a wonderful natural-looking perennial. This plant bears beautiful star-like delicate flowers on green stems in late spring. Flowers last quite a while on the plant and also make a long-lasting cut-flower! Grow in partial shade for best results or in full sun if adequate water can be provided.
If you want to attract lots of butterflies, (monarchs specifically) to your garden Gay Butterflies Butterfly Weed (Asclepias tuberosa 'Gay Butterflies') is a must have. Plant these perennials in a sunny location amongst other butterfly attracting plants such as Purple Cone Flower and Black Eyed Susan!
This shade loving perennial will grow 3' tall and does well in moist soils, that are well draining. Expect flowers to appear in late summer, in shades of vibrant violet. This deer resistant perennial, tolerates shade and may attract hummingbirds!
Flowers start as lacy red buds, and open to fluffy pink plumes which make a remarkable statement in the shade border or mixed in with hosta. The dissected foliage is also attractive blue green, that turns a lovely burgundy shade in fall. This astilbe is a mid-size grower, 24-36" tall with a 24" spread. Astilbe prefer moist soils, especially when getting established, in dry hot climates or summers, make sure to provide plenty of water.
This truly sensational early Summer blooming perennial is compact and full of pink blooms in early Summer. If the initial blooms are removed once they are spent, you will see another flush of blooms later in the season. This hardy perennial is great for a low border plant, as well as any garden that you want to attract butterflies and hummingbirds to. Sensation Rose Salvia will grow about 10-12" and has a nice vertical clump forming habit.
Allium Albopilosum, Christophii or Star of Persia is an excellent cut flower either in living or dried condition. Its 8-10" bloom is amethyst-violet color and loose umbel. This variety is considered as the most beautiful allium and has very dense flowers in each of its blooms. 25 bulbs covers 16 square feet.
This variety is the result of crossing Allium aflatunense and Allium macleanii. The 4-5" bloom is compact, round, and bigger than Allium aflatunense. Very good cut flower, but shorter than Allium giganteum.
Allium Globemaster usually gets a 8-10" bloom giant purple globe of flowers, is a crossing result between Allium macleanii and Allium christophii. Globemaster allium blooms starting from June and lasts long afterwards. Globemaster is a great cut-flower, it can be a shorter replacement for Allium giganteum.
Aflatunense Or Purple Sensation gets up to 4-5" diameter blooms! With its large dense heads with dark purple flowers it attracts bees and bumblebees. Also an excellent cut flower which will last for at least three weeks if cut early.
Without a doubt one of the most striking ornamental onions: a small rounded flowerhead develops into a second, much larger and more transparent flowerhead. A real beauty which can be easily dried and will last for years in this state.
Also called drumsticks as this is what the shape of the flowers of these ornamental onions look like. Both purple-red flowers and chives-like leaves are very decorative and good companions to perennials like Astrantia, Geranium and lavender.
Let the spherical; white blooms of this hard to find White Allium adorn the back of your border late Spring. This is a relatively new hybrid that grows 3' tall with 4-6" diameter blooms. They combine well with other tall growing Allium such as Gladiator or Globemaster. Like other Allium this will make a great cut flower, resistant to deer, squirrels and other pests, and return for several years!
This pack includes: Moly, Neapolitanum, Ostrowskianum, Caeruleum allium. Also known as persian onions or mountain bells! Alliums make excellent plants for the middle or back of borders. Alliums also make excellent cut flowers and are long lasting in water. This mixed assortment will add beautiful color and height to your garden. Allium are rodent and deer resistant.