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Perennials
Post Flood Perennial Update

Post Flood Perennial Update

The flood waters carried away or buried much of our extensive perennial collection this past fall. We salvaged what we could but the flood definitely impacted us in this area. We always start many of our perennials fresh in the spring and this spring we are starting even more. Check back for more updates as...
Tiger Lilies in Bloom!

Tiger Lilies in Bloom!

Botanical Name: Lilium tigrinum Common Name: Tiger Lily Native Range: Unknown Sun Exposure: Sun; protect from hot afternoon sun Description: Multiple pendulant orange colored flowers spotted with black appear in mid-summer. Thrives best in full sun; provide protection from hot afternoon sun so flowers will last longer. Grows 3.5 to 4 feet tall and 2.5′ feet wide at maturity. Deadhead...
Perennial Selection

Perennial Selection

We challenge you to find a better selection of perennials! Choose from our wide and varied collection of deer-resistant, rabbit-resistant, high-altitude, drought-tolerant…et cetera, et cetera, et cetera! With hundreds and hundreds of different varieties to choose from, we no doubt have the right plant for your needs.
Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow'

Euphorbia x martinii ‘Ascot Rainbow’

Ascot Rainbow Spurge | An easy-care, vibrant plant for your garden. Green and lime leaves are accented by colorful lime flower bracts in spring. With cooler temperatures, the leaves take on red, pink and orange hues.
2012 Peony Varieties

2012 Peony Varieties

Peonies are a relatively low-maintenance and rewarding perennial to grow in your yard. Each year in late spring/early summer they will reward you with gorgeous blooms. Many are also strongly fragrant. Make sure you select a sight that gets several hours of full sun or your peony won’t thrive (or bloom). Give them regular, deep...
2012 German Iris Varieties

2012 German Iris Varieties

German Irises aptly named for a Greek Goddess whose footprints on earth left flowers in rainbows of colors in their wake, are a wonderful addition to a sunny, dry spot in your garden. They are low-maintenance, easy care and reward you with fantastic blooms in late spring/early summer. There are many cultivars to choose from...

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