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Perennials

Low maintenance and consistent beauty.

  • All Fired Up Daylily

    Bright peachy-orange flowers are highlighted with a large reddish-bronze eye and hold their color well. Twice as Nice® daylilies all have an extremely large number of flowers per stem, vibrant colors, vigorous growth, pest-resistant foliage and the ability to rebloom in warmer zones.

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  • Apricot Delight Yarrow

    Apricot Delight' is part of the Tutti Frutti series which are known for their sturdy, compact growth habit, long bloom period, and interesting flowers. 'Apricot Delight' produces a chameleon-like range of pinks from pale apricot to near red. Full sun intensifies the hues. Wonderful in fresh or dried arrangements. Attracts butterflies. Drought tolerant once established. Introduced by the Blooms of Bressingham® program.

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  • Arizona Apricot Blanketflower

    Gaillardia 'Arizona Apricot' offers a new and unique apricot color for this class. Daisy-like blooms offer a new and unique color with yellow edges that deepen to a rich apricot in the center. Compact plants with bright green foliage and a tidy uniform habit bloom from early summer into autumn. Best viewed when planted to the front of the flower bed.

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  • Arizona Red Shades Blanket Flower

    Blooming from early summer into early fall, this new Gaillardia is loaded with masses of large, crimson red flowers that will sometimes have a tiny bit of yellow at the tip of the flower petal. Heat tolerant and poor soil tolerant, they are easy to grow and are deer resistant.

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  • Arizona Sun Gaillardia

    From the early summer on, very showy banded flowers 'Å“blanket" this plant. The ends of the petals have a torn, ruffled appearance. Butterflies are drawn to it. Remove spent blooms to keep new ones coming all summer.

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  • Ascot Rainbow Euphorbia

    In spring, the unique variegated foliage is gray-green with a striking yellow edge topped by clusters of variegated cream, lime and green flower bracts. The cooler autumn season will intensify foliage colors with shades of red, pink and orange. Can be grown in full sun sites, highly heat and drought tolerant.

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  • Bachelor's Button

    Blue feathery flowers for some six weeks in early summer with some rebloom in late summer. Color is vivid and plant has a wide tolerance to soil and moisture conditions. Full sun.

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  • Baja Daylily

    The large 6" flowers of 'Baja' are a velvety red, with a green throat. An early midseason bloomer with some reblooming capability. Semi-evergreen, but acts as a dormant here in the Midwest. Tetraploid.

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  • Becky Shasta Daisy

    A Shasta daisy introduction from Decatur, GA. The large single white flowers are on strong sturdy stems that hold up in the wind and rain. The foliage is a deep lustrous green and really holds up well in heat and humidity. After testing for a number of years, we feel confident it is hardy in zone 4. An excellent cut flower. Full sun and well drained soils are best. 2003 Perennial Plant of the Year.

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  • Berry Smoothie Coral Bells

    With H. villosa in its parentage, 'Berry Smoothie' is extremely heat tolerant and holds up well during hot summer months. The leaves are extra large and a beautiful shade of metallic rose-purple. Long flower stems in mid summer sport light pink bell-shaped flowers, great for cuts.

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  • Bewitched Dianthus

    This sport of Firewitch has light pink flowers with a magenta ring and that distinctive carnation fragrance. It has a long bloom period starting in early summer and if sheared will often rebloom in autumn. Has a spreading habit and blue tinged foliage. Great for the front of the border, creeping over walls, in the rock garden or as an edging plant.

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  • Big Bluestem

    A native North American prairie grass forming a large clump of silvery-blue foliage from 4-7' in height. The purplish flower spikes emerge in August and September. Clump forming.

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  • Big Ears Lamb's Ears

    This excellent cultivar is a tremendous improvement over the species. The leaves are twice as big as the species and it rarely blooms. It is a clump former, and quickly will grow to cover a 3' wide area. The fuzzy silver leaves are an excellent contrast and its low habit make it a great plant for the front of the perennial border. Holds up very well in hot humid summers. Best in full sun with well-drained soils.

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