A Sensual Delight For Green Thumbs Everywhere!
May
Alpine Aster

Alpine Aster

Daisy-like blossoms in colors ranging from blue, purple, pink to white are produced above a low growing (6-12"), clumping perennial in mid-spring and occasionally in mid-summer.
Helenium hoopesii

Helenium hoopesii

An attractive late spring blooming (late May through June) perennial that grows 2-3 feet tall bearing 3" wide golden yellow-orange playfully droopy daisy-like flowers above distinctive gray green strap-like foliage.
Baptisia australis

Baptisia australis

This herbaceous perennial in the pea family grows into an attractive 3 x 2ft bush and produces indigo pea-like flower in late spring to early summer. Its deep root system allows it to withstand periods of drought.
Mountain Sandwort

Mountain Sandwort

Botanical Name: Arenaria montana Common Name: Mountain Sandwort Native Range: Mountains of Southwestern Europe Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Part Sun, Part Shade Description: A largely underutilized rock garden plant that blooms prolifically in late spring to early summer. Plant in well-drained soil and provide even moisture during the growing season.
Lupine

Lupine

Botanical Name: Lupinus ‘The Governor’ Common Name: The Governor Lupine Native Region: US Native Sun Exposure: Full Sun Description: Produces pea-like flowers in spires that tower 2-3′ above an attractive clump of leaves composed of leaflets. Prefers the cool season, is deer resistant and can grow up to an elevation of 8500′ making it an...
Pink Pussytoes

Pink Pussytoes

A semi-evergreen groundcover of gray-green leaves that produce pink flowers that rise 4-6" above the ground in late spring. An excellent rock garden perennial perfect for a cottage or rustic garden. It can withstand light traffic, thrives in the sun and is drought tolerant once established. Additionally, it can survive up to an elevation of 10,000′ making...

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