Perennial plants return year after year and continue growing until they reach maturity, which varies by plant but averages three to five years. Some plants that…
The first-ever groundcover Shasta Daisy as well as the first-ever AAS Winner from this breeder! Green Fuse Botanicals’ First Light Perennials is a program of first-year flowering perennials that are daylength neutral meaning earlier blooms that continue all season long. Large 3-inch flowers boast a second inner frilly bloom adding to the unique look of Carpet Angel. Growing only to a height of 6 inches, this unique Leucanthemum can act as a groundcover spreading up to 20 inches wide.
Artisan Yellow Ombre is a great plant for anyone wanting vibrant color all season long in their perennial garden, or to use as a cut flower. This is the first F1 hybrid echinacea series that comes in individual colors. This winner, with an intense golden yellow bloom along with graduated colors of yellow, is a gem in the garden. Pollinators will flock to this echinacea, and gardeners will love this low-maintenance, long-blooming beauty. Hardy in zones 4a to 10b.
Colorful sunshine yellow blooms with three distinct layers of bold yellow petals, colorfast with no color phasing. Blooms have a golden yellow center and are carried on strong stems. A robust drought resistant perennial once established. Wind resistant. Great for picking. Trim back after summer blooming to encourage new growth & repeat fall blooming.
Now this is Love 😍! Celebrate Perennial Month with Phlox! Sweet Summer™ Sensation Garden Phlox is an upright, mid-season bloomer that has big clusters of large, fragrant, sweet pink flowers with hot pink centers. The robust, disease (powdery mildew) resistant foliage looks great even when not in bloom. Hardy zone 4-8. Find out more about the #YearofthePhlox at
Supersize Your Containers with New Hens & Chicks SUPERSEMP® Collection! Supersized 8 inch rosettes are ideal for adding impact to summer pots and containers. This collection has three cool colors new for 2021! SUPERSEMP® Onyx is the first with dark ebony foliage. All are hardy to zone 4. You'll love the color and texture this will add to any bed or container
Fall is for planting perennials! It's the perfect time to plant AAS Winner Rudbeckia American Gold Rush. Fall may be a better time to plant perennials than spring. Like spring, fall has cooler, rainier weather that is more conducive to helping plants establish. Unlike spring, fall doesn’t subject freshly planted perennials to the stress of summer heat and the dry spells this can cause.
Monarda fistulosa, or wild Bergamot, is one species commonly used for medicinal purposes. Being highly aromatic with showy lavender-pink flowers, it is also used as a honey plant. Native to most of North America, it is a familiar component of prairie and savanna communities on all but the wettest of soils. #yearofthemonarda