Selected for its dark raspberry-red flowers very strong stems and dark green foliage. Good cut flower and deer resistant.
This coneflower has bountiful pure white flowers that begin in mid-summer and continue into fall. An excellent perennial for cut flowers.
Silver-green pubescent foliage is carpeted with ¾" velvety purple in spring. Ideal near front of border or in rock gardens.
Prefers cool moist areas. Large purplish leaves with golden yellow flowers.
Shrub-type perennial with erect woody stems and rather informal growth habit with lavender blue flowers.
Shorter and more compact variety of Russian Sage with lavender-blue flowers. Attractive whitish stems with aromatic silver-green foliage.
This plant not only attracts butterflies, but is extremely reliable and seldom eaten by deer. Very hardy.
Indigo-blue flower spikes bloom in late spring to summer above the ruffled dark green leaves of this perennial. The 1997 Perennial Plant of the Year.
This is a neat and compact plant that will retain its shape if the spent blooms are cut back.
It forms a mound of fuzzy, serrated leaves rather low to the ground, and blooms in July through September with spikes of smoky-purple flowers that rise above the mound of foliage. If kept deadheaded it will bloom continuously right through autumn. Use as a single specimen in the garden, or use in mass plantings. Plant in average well-drained soils.
Pink flowers in spring and summer, suitable for cut flowers.
Low growing groundcover sedum with bright golden-yellow needle-like leaves. Cool fall weather begins to turn the tips of the leaves reddish-orange.
Rose-pink flowers turn a deep red and then to bronze as the plant ages. One of the most hardy perennials and will bloom until frost.
Blood red flowers bloom in mid-summer above the bronze-red leaves of this low-growing groundcover. Looks great in rock gardens.
Pink and white summer blooms into fall. Variegated foliage. Good drought tolerance.
Compact low mounds of tightly grouped blue-gray foliage, rounded fleshy leaves with tinged purple along the edges. Starry-pink flowers change to carmine-red as they mature.
Excellent foliage where a purple contrast is desired. Good drought tolerance. Fall blooms.
Low spreading with orange-yellow flowers in early summer followed by russet-orange seed capsules.
Compact plants with large 3"-4" daisy flowers very floriferous with long lasting blooms.
2003 Perennial Plant of the Year chosen for its bright white flowers. Long bloom period.
Large 2"-3" yellow orange flowers with copper highlights. Plants bloom all summer.
Can be grown in full shade to full sun. A vigorous groundcover with attractive foliage.
Masses of yellow cluster blooms appear in August and September. Great as a rock garden plant or border edge.
Slow clumping woodland plant with arching stems. Pendulous white flowers dangle under the leaves.