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These early blooming lilies will provide a sweet aroma in your garden all summer long. These profuse blooming, star shaped white flower with hot pink ends will certainly stand out. For best results plant in well drained soil. Asiatic lilies will naturalize, plant in beds that allow for growth. Birth month flower for MAY! Used for 30th Wedding Anniversaries! A symbol of purity, refined beauty and nurturing.
Oriental lilies will bloom in mid to late summer filling your garden with a burst of color and fragrance. These petals are mostly bright pink that the edges fade out to white with speckels of darker pink toward center of flower. A "softer" version of the Stargazer. These hardy plants can be planted in the spring and will tolerate the winter and bloom beautifully for many years. A symbol of purity, refined beauty and nurturing. Birth Month Flower for MAY! Used for 30th Wedding Anniversaries. ...
Oriental lilies will bloom in mid to late summer filling your garden with a burst of color and fragrance. These have deep pink petals that fade out to white on the edges with speckles of deeper pink. A brighter & bolder version of the Mona Lisa. These hardy plants can be planted in the spring and will tolerate the winter and bloom beautifully for many years. A symbol of purity, refined beauty and nurturing. Birth Month Flower for MAY! Used for 30th Wedding Anniversaries.
Oriental lilies will bloom in mid to late summer filling your garden with a burst of color and fragrance. These hardy plants have white with orange speckled petals and can be planted in the spring. They will tolerate the winter and bloom beautifully for many years. A symbol of purity, refined beauty and nurturing. Birth Month Flower for MAY! Used for 30th Wedding Anniversaries.
Casablanca Oriental Lilies area timeless classic! The large blossoms are pure white and fragrant blooming in Mid-Summer. This white and fragrant lily combines well with all other oriental lilies, and is especially nice when planted with Stargazer Oriental Lily, and Muscadet Oriental Lily. The Casablanca Lily is often called the White Stargazer Lily.
Oriental lilies will bloom with a burst of color and fragrance. These have deep pink petals that fade out to white on the edges with speckles of deeper pink. A brighter & bolder version of the Mona Lisa. These hardy plants can be planted in the spring and will tolerate the winter and bloom beautifully for many years. A symbol of purity, refined beauty and nurturing. Birth Month Flower for MAY! Used for 30th Wedding Anniversaries.
Cyclamen is a hardy plant that thrives inside or outside. Lovely green foliage produces unique purple flowers in mid-summer. Keep plant cool and water when soil is dry. Be cautious when planting cyclamen for they are poisonous, keep out of reach of children and animals.
Also known as: Orange Candleflower, Cuckoo pint and Italian Lords & Ladies. Arum italicum is a year-round plant which is at its best in winter and early spring when the arrow shaped mottled white leaves are very striking. They create dream-like atmospheres when combined with early flowering white narcissi. The whitish inconspicuous blooms in summer are followed by brightly orange colored berries in autumn. Attractive foliage ends out the season on this unique beauty. Interplant near Hosta...
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.
This mix of oriental lilies is sure to bring a splash of color and fragrance to your sunny summer garden! Oriental lilies are grown for their large fragrant blooms and carefree nature!
Save big with our value bags. Each bag includes top quality bulbs for red, orange, white and pink flowers, which will create a unique summer garden. Use multiple bags of one variety of a consistent look, or combine our value bags with an assortment of our other bulbs to add your own creative touch.
Stargazer lilies are the definitive Oriental lily and represent the best qualities of oriental lilies. These classic fragrant pink flowers are a must have in your lily garden, perennial garden and mixed border. Plant in mass (36 bulbs or more) for a visual impact of color! Don't forget the sweet fragrance, the more you plant the more powerful the scent will be in your yard and garden. We suggest planting in groups of 3-5 bulbs per planting area, so they form a nice clump. ...
Yellow blooms all summer long (Prolific!) when you grow our Stella D'oro daylily. While the blooms only last a few days, you will find that it will re-bloom many times during the summer. For best results plant in well drained soil with full sun. Clump grows larger every year and may be divided to add to other areas of garden or to share with friends!
Hosta Albomarginata with 4 Plants per pack. These low maintenance plants are ideal for beginners. Not only will you be able to enjoy their lush green foliage, but also delicate purple blossoms in mid to late summer. Plant in full shade to half shade with semi-wet soil for best results. Clump grows larger every year and may be divided in fall to add to other areas of garden or to share with friends!
Add some color and texture to the shadier spots of your property with this Hosta Super Pack. Easy to grow perennial will return year after year in most climates. Mixed varieties included in this super pack will give you a mix of all the wonderful features Hosta's have to offer. Clump grows larger every year and may be divided in fall to add to other areas of garden or to share with friends!
Daylilies are adorned by most gardeners young or old, experienced or novice. They provide a cheery bloom, and are easy to grow and keeps a nice bushy- full green leaved clump all summer until frost. This Daylily super pack has mixed colors that will brighten up your garden mid-summer. Clump grows larger every year and may be divided to add to other areas of garden or to share with friends!
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!
The Black-Eyed Susan Coneflower (Rudbeckia Goldstrum) are well-known for their big, bright long-lasting golden blooms. These flowers returning year after year look best when planted in mass for late summer color. Try planting with other perennials, such as Liatris, and Sedum. Also, Rudbeckia look great in floral arrangements.Tip: Black-Eyed Susans love the sun. The more sun, the better the bloom!
Pink Bleeding Hearts (Dicentra Spectabilis) are one of the best easy-to-grow perennials for shady areas of the garden. Returning year after year, their heart shaped blooms along with their blue-green foliage are the perfect addition to a moist woodland garden.Tip: Try planting them next to a pond or stream with Columbine.
Daylilies are the most popular perennial! The Pardon Me Daylily (Hemerocallis) will grow best and produce the most blooms with ample amounts of sunlight. This specific variety has branched flowering stemps and narrow grassy-like foliage. It will produce abundant rich, red flowers with green throats. They naturalize best in woodland or meadow gardens.Tip: Plant daylilies alone or group them in borders, banks, or ditches to control erosion.
The Guacamole Hosta (planaginea) with its' gold to chartreuse colored leaves is a sun-tolerant hosta that can grow to 12-22 inches. Its' tall lavendar blooms are large and fragrant and will appear in late summer. This low maintenance plant is ideal for the beginner gardener. Try planting in a woodland area or a border - and try mixing in some ferns. Also, their large leaves help suppress weed growth!Tip: Hosta leaves develop best if plants are left undivided for a few years. After that, divide...
The Blue Angel Hosta (Sieboldiana) produces heart-shaped, wavy, blue-green leaves that will continue to grow all summer long. This hosta can grow up to 18-30 inches tall and 3-4 feet wide. Its' tall white flowers will appear in mid-summer. This low maintenance plant is ideal for the beginner gardener. Try planting in a woodland area or as a border plant. Also, try planting with other hostas and green plants. Tip: Their giant leaves help to suppress weed growth!
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.
This traditional favorite, the White Peony, will adorn your garden for many many years with ruffled blooms with shurb-like foliage. These sweetly scented blooms will appear at the beginning of summer and the foliage will last all through the fall. Plant them in a sunny area with well-drained soil for best results.
Most people remember peonies at their grandmother's home - and that is why this is such a loved perennial. Perennials are known to last for many years, usually outliving their owner. This vibrant pink Peony will recreate those childhood memories in your own garden this time. Enjoy the blooms in the early summer, but the foliage adds depth all summer long. Tip: Plant fall bulbs underneath, so that when the foliage and blooms of the bulbs fade and die, the peonies foliage covers it. ...
This easy-to-grow and tough-as-nails perennial is among the longest lived perennial. This Red Peony will create shrub-like foliage and red ruffled blooms will emerge in early Summer. Make sure they get ample amounts of sunlight to produce the best blooms. These gorgeous blooms look great as cut flowers or work well planted as a border plant.
Can't get enough Peonies? Try the mixed Peonies where you will have gorgeous ruffled blooms of Pink, Red, and White. These easy-to-grow Perennials bloom in the Early Summer and will leave you with shrub-like foliage to last until frost. Plant as a border in a sunny area. Tip: Peonies make great cut flowers, so you can enjoy them indoors as well!
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.
The Black Prince Purple Daylily (Hemerocallis) offers wildy exquisite, deep purple blooms which appear almost black and are accented with a bright yellow "eye" in the center. This fast and easy to grow plant comes as a bare root ready to plant in your garden to enjoy for many years to come as it is fully perennial in most zones and can handle quite a bit of abuse. Plant this unique plant in full sun to partial shade. Tip: Try planting this Daylily amidst other bright yellow blooms to make the...
Have a shady border that needs some color? Or need to fill in some spots in the shade garden? Then this Mixed Astilbe Value Bag is the perfect choice for you! Astilbe are best planted in shade to part shade locations with adequate moisture. Once they are established they are very easy to maintain.
This dwarf oriental lily has all the features of an Oriental lily, except it is compact in size. Growing only 2' tall at mature height, let this lily be the party in your container or border garden this summer. Star shaped blooms are striped with yellow in the center of the petals, and then splashed with red-pink speckles throughout the entire bloom-how fun!
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.
The Winky Series Columbine, were developed in Holland for their compact and uniform habit. Growing only 10-12" tall with their two toned pink/white, blue/white, mauve/white and purple/white blooms these are a welcome addition to the spring garden. Columbine also known by their scientific name as Aquilegia, prefer a partially shaded location, or a location that receives filtered sunlight, in moist but well draining soil.
White bleeding hearts, are a true classic Spring bloomer,they invoke a feeling of nostalgia for many when they are blooming in the Spring garden! Bleeding Hearts are great shade plants, that thrive in full to partial shade, and moist-well draining soils. Please note bleeding hearts go dormant in the heat of summer, and it is often recommended to plant something to take their place in summer in the garden.
Wild horses won't be able to tear you away from this stunning daylily! Multiple cream colored flowers are decorated with deep purple highlights. Blooms begin in early summer and then will blooming on and off throughout the remainder of the summer! Wild Horses Daylily is a real stand out plant, the large nicely ruffled 5" diameter flowers sit atop 30-36" grass like foliage.
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.
One of the most popular spring flowers and with good reason, the scent and stature of the Lily of the Valley is unmatched in the garden. The Bordeaux Lily of the Valley is superior to the standard old fashioned Lily of the Valley, the flowers are larger, more abundant and even the base of the stems is accented bright pinkish/red color. Extremely delicate, the flowers are held above the foliage for better viewing, which is another reason the Bordeaux Lily of the Valley is a great improvement to...
If you really want to see beautiful and majestic blooms this Summer, be sure to plant Londrina Asiatic Lilies. This strong bloomer is compact, and typically grows 18-24" tall.
This border lily is cute and compact, and works great in border planting as well as in containers. Inuvik Lily will bloom in mid-Summer with white blossoms, that are accented with brown freckles near the center of the flower.
This dwarf phlox boasts bright pink clusters of blooms in late summer. The compact habit of this perennial makes it a great choice for border plantings.
Blue Valley Monkshood is a tall perennial that is best for cut flowers, and woodland gardens. It prefers soils to be moist, and need ample water but also need good drainage. They do best in part shade, and we suggest adding mulch to the planting area to ensure the roots are kept moist. Do not plant near vegetable gardens as all parts of this plant are poisonous if ingested.
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. Blooms may vary between shades of orange, red and yellow. 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 tall astilbe is a smart choice for the back of your shade garden border, or any part to full shade location that needs a little but not too much height. White graceful flowers will appear in the middle to end of Summer, they make great cut flowers; dried or fresh! Be sure to provide plenty of moisture when plants are first establishing themselves in the garden.
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.
Dizzy Oriental Lily has fragrant outward facing blooms in Mid Summer. The blooms are white with a raspberry magenta stripe on the center of each petal, and speckles and dots surrounding each petal as well. Plant in full sun to part shade, grows 2-3' tall.
Deep and sultry maroon blooms adorn the Dimension Asiatic lily in the beginning of Summer. Looks sharp when planted with contrasting white or light pink blooms.
You will be proud to show off this beautiful Asiatic lily, with upward facing bi-color blooms. This lily will flower in early Summer, with creamy blooms, that have deep purple centers, surrounded by speckled marks throughout the petals.
This eye catching hosta has wavy leaves up to 10" long. The wavy leaves are blue green with gold margins. Wolverine hosta has a nice mounding habbit, which makes it great for the front of the border, and for a neat and tidy appearance. Plant in partial to full shade.
A classic garden hosta for the shade. Patriot hosta has bold white margins on green leaves, this shade loving perennial will provide a classic look to your garden. Patriot hosta has a nice mound forming habit, growing 14" tall and slightly wider at maturity.