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Pre-Order Your 2013 Perennial Plants Now!

Dianthus and Sedum and Echinacea…OH MY!

Upgrade Your Yard This Season

Perennials are the foundation for your decorative landscape. Once planted, your perennial plants will bloom for 3 to 5 years in the Zones where they are hardy; and then, although the original plants may eventually fade, your perennial flower beds will continue to regenerate for years, through reseeding, multiplication, or new growth.

Our Selection is Endless…

We have almost 300 varieties to choose from, such as our: Tuberosa Asclepias plant

Tuberosa Asclepias plant. This Butterfly Weed with its brilliant colors and sweet fragrance will attract the hummingbirds and butterflies in droves.

Scent First Coconut Surprise Dianthus plant. This Sweet William is all the sweeter for its stronger-than-average fragrance and showy double blossoms.

Pow Wow Wild Berry Echinacea plantPow Wow Wild Berry Echinacea plant. You can choose from more than 40 echinacea varieties, but this is one of our favorites and well worth a look.

Arizona Sun Gaillardia plant. The Blanket Flower got its alternate name from the fact it grew “like a blanket” across our nation’s prairies. This variety is aptly named, its blossoms radiating the brilliant colors of the sizzling Arizona sun.

Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia plant. This is the first- ever red Black-Eyed Susan hybrid that will re-sow, true-to-form, from seed. And its appearance is so very striking!Cherry Brandy Rudbeckia plant

Dragon’s Blood Sedum plant. You might know it as Stonecrop. This cultivar bears brilliant red blossoms, but the dragon’s-blood-red foliage in the fall has everyone talking!

So, grab a mug of coffee or tea and browse our perennial plant department. Then, take a walk in your yard and imagine the beauty our perennial plants will provide. Picture them growing alongside your favorite annuals. Imagine them coming back year after year, the foundation on which to build your seasonal palette. Plan with the future in mind. Paint your yard with your favorite colors in blossoms and foliage. Be bold; be imaginative.

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