Medium blue blossoms great for the spring border. Slender dark green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall adding another season of interest.
Most hardy and vigorous anemone, midsummer bloom. Forms attractive clumps with single pink flowers.
Wonderfully fragrant licorice-scented foliage, exceptionally long bloom time and violet flowers. Attracts butterflies.
Finely-dissected variegated leaves are lemon yellow splashed with green. Leaves are aromatic when brushed. Needs well drained soils.Can be invasive.
Gray silver leaves are finely cut on this compact mounding perennial. Thrives in full sun with well-drained soils.
A sensational low dome of lacy silver leaves throughout the Summer. An outstanding perennial for sunny borders or rock gardens. Drought tolerant.
Tall stems with neon rose-pink flowers, blooms late summer into early fall. Excellent cut flower that butterflies love.
Lavender flowers from late summer into fall.
Light blue flowers late summer into fall. Attractive rust resistant foliage with compact form.
Deep red flower plumes cover the dark green leaves of this hardy perennial to "fire up" the spring garden.
Beautiful spikes of carmine-pink flowers in June. Showy perennial for rich summer color in shady areas.
Delicate pink arching flower plumes cover the dark lacy leaves of this small perennial in mid-summer. The 1994 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Fluffy spikes of color during June and July. Elegant and lacy foliage. Excellent ground cover and works well in arrangements.
Numerous long lasting double white flowers in summer. Cut back after flowering to promote rebloom. Likes to be left undisturbed after planting.
Wonderful new dwarf balloon flower with fully double periwinkle blue flowers. Colorful buds and thick petals result in long lasting blooms.
Tolerates heavy shade and once established, will do well under trees. Dainty star-shaped red spring flowers with reddish-bronze spring foliage.
Drought tolerant plant with yellow fragrant flowers. Spreading horizontal habit.
Very large bright red flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Blooms from mid summer to fall. One of the most mildew resistant varieties.
Very compact and upright variety from Canada. blooms from mid to late summer. Attracts scores of butterflies and hummingbirds.
Forms perfect medium-sized clumps with bright fuchsia-purple flowers. Attractive dark green foliage exhibits very good mildew resistance. An introduction from Canada.
Fragrant leaves are used to make tea and potpourri mixtures. Attracts bees and hummingbirds.
The first in a series of dwarf monarda selections from the Morden Research Station in Canada. 'Petite Delight' blooms in midsummer with lavender-rose flowers atop a mound of dark green, crinkled and highly mildew resistant foliage. The very compact form is excellent for the front of the perennial border. Moist, well-drained soils are best.
'Petite Wonder' is the second in a series of dwarf monardas developed at the Morden Research Station in Canada. Slightly smaller in stature than 'Petite Delight', it reaches a mature height of 9-12" and spreads to approximately 18" in width. With lovely clear pink flowers in July atop very compact, dark green foliage that has good disease resistance, 'Petite Wonder' prefers full sun and moist, well-drained soils.