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Perennials

Perennials weave the thread of reliability and beauty in the cottage garden. Our choices are based on an abundance of blooms, the ease of growing, and their traditional value in the cottage garden. We find that most will bloom the very first year. We've also added general bloom times for each plant genre. The bloom categories are as follows: Spring, Late Spring/ Early summer, Summer, Summer/Fall. Actual bloom times can vary depending on your zone and seasonal conditions and many plants continue to bloom sporadically through the season. All plants are grown in packs of four with each plant costing as little as $2.65 each!

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Achillea or Yarrow

Sun, Zone 3-8, EASY (to grow), SummerThe easiest of all perennials to grow, they are also most versatile. Their colorful umbels bloom over a long period, tolerate drought, and can be cut for fresh or dried bouquets. They are fragrant, attract birds, and repel deer. It's everything we want in a garden plant.

Achillea Flower Burst Red
240. Achillea Flower Burst Red

A wonderful new blend of vibrant reds, pinks, and violet shades. Achillea is reliable, easy and long blooming; it will brighten most anyone's garden regardless of experience. Plants grow about 2 1/2ft. tall with 2-4 inch umbels and soft foliage. Perennials. 

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Alchemilla or Lady's Mantle

Shade or Part Sun, Zones 4-7 EASY, Summer. This lovely plant produces sprays of chartreuse flowers that make excellent filler in bouquets. A nice foliage plant, you can't help but notice the way the fan shaped leaves collect the morning dewdrops.

Alchemilla Irish Silk
251. Alchemilla Irish Silk

The vibrant spring green color of this plant will make the shady spots in your garden shine. This plant does well in either shade or sun forming neat 18" mounds of velvety leaves. The flower sprays rise up like a cloud over the foliage in June and July. The stems are strong for cutting. Perennials.  

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Alcea or Hollyhocks

Sun, Zone 3-7, EASY, Summer/fall. We see them everywhere in the American landscape; towering clusters of flowers standing alongside barns and homes in the country and city. They are easy to grow and self sustaining, bringing much needed color late in the season. In 1888, Dreers garden catalog said this: "It is not surprising that this old-fashioned favorite should again become popular. They are a marvel of beauty and elegance."

Hollyhock Antwerp - NEW!
259. Hollyhock Antwerp - NEW!

There were a few things that made me excited about this new offering. First, the flowers have the most exquisite colors! They are beautiful antique cottage garden shades of copper, gold, pink, red and every color in between. They are cold hardy and perennial to zone 2 and yet they usually bloom the first year.

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Hollyhocks Graceful Gardens Mix
270. Hollyhocks Graceful Gardens Mix

We've saved the seeds from our old fashioned single and occasional double flowered hollyhocks choosing from the most vibrant colors of pink, red, yellow and deep dark purple. Their long bloom period and prominent stature created a spectacular display next to our home. Perennials.   

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Hollyhocks Halo Cerise
280. Hollyhocks Halo Cerise

These Spectacular new Hollyhocks have large 5 inch single flowers with deep dark cherry centers and bright rose outer petals. They bloom all summer long even in hot dry conditions and survive the cold of zone 3 winters. Like all the Hollyhocks, they attract hummingbirds and butterflies. They even bloom the first year! Perennial.  

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Aquilegia or Columbine

Sun or Shade, Zone 3-8, EASY, Spring. Delicate and intricate in design, these exquisite springtime blooms dance high above their mounds of lacy foliage. They are an easy way to bring color to the shady parts of the garden and can bloom well into summer. While deer pass them by, the hummingbirds hover ready to perform their pollinating job.

Aquilegia Dragonfly
325. Aquilegia Dragonfly

A classic columbine with long graceful spurs, its abundance of flowers keep the hummingbirds coming over its long bloom period. The flowers are extra large and come in a multiple of sumptuous colors. The plants are of medium height and grow to about 2 ft. Perennials.

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Aquilegia McKana Giant Mix
330. Aquilegia McKana Giant Mix

An ornate, long spurred, jewel of a flower in a festive mix of pink, blue, maroon, red, yellow, rose, and white with contrasting centers. The plants reach 30" tall. Perennials.  

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Aquilegia Nora Barlow Mix
340. Aquilegia Nora Barlow Mix

These traditional cottage garden columbines now come in a new mix of colors including rose, blue, white, and purple. The plants grow to 2 1/2 ft. bearing fully double spurless flowers with fine clover-like foliage. Perennials.  

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Campanula

Sun or Part Shade, Zone 3-8, Late Spring/Early Summer, Summer. The versatility of this genus is astounding. The large and small dangling or sometimes upright bells come in shades of blue, pink, and pure white with foliage in a variety of habits. Each species provides something special to our garden. Campanula bloom in the heat of summer, add splashes of color for the rest of the season, and are often the mainstay of the English cottage garden.

Campanula Bellringers
350. Campanula Bellringers

Clusters of nodding bells in a range of shades from pale pink to a rich burgundy. They bloom profusely all season even in late October with flurries in the air. The pendulous bells have maroon spotted interiors. Grow to 2ft. tall. Perennials.  

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Campanula Carpatica Blue Clips
370. Campanula Carpatica Blue Clips

The "clip" series are marvelous and durable plants. Their upright 1 1/2" blue bells inundate the mounded 8" tall foliage. The Clips are also excellent to edge paths and driveways and bloom the first year. Perennials.  

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Campanula Carpatica Uniform Blue - NEW!
372. Campanula Carpatica Uniform Blue - NEW!

Another adorable mounding campanula for edging or pots. It's beautiful blue flowers have a long bloom period, continuing into the fall. It's flowers attract butterflies. It grows 8" and spreads 14".

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Campanula Carpatica White Clips
380. Campanula Carpatica White Clips

Same as the blue clips but in pure white. The best part about Clips is they bloom all summer! Perennials.  

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Campanula Chimney Bellflower
385. Campanula Chimney Bellflower

The beautiful blue bells of these Campanulas cluster around the 5 foot tall stalks giving them almost a pyramid like shape and a Latin name Campanula pyramidalis to go with it. They are another easy to grow Campanula with a long bloom time and a no-fuss habit in the garden. Put them anywhere in the back of the border and just let them do their thing!   

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Campanula Glomerata
390. Campanula Glomerata

Dense clusters of spectacular violet blue flowers adorn the tips of the 15-18" tall stems. They bloom June through July spreading 1 1/2-- 2 ft. Very easy self sufficient plants, blooming the first year. Perennials.  

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Campanula Persicifolia Blue
400. Campanula Persicifolia Blue

Large, starry, bell-shaped flowers on 2 1/2 ft. stems over neat and low growing foliage. Long lived and easy to grow, they also make an excellent cut flower. Perennials.  

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Campanula Persicifolia White
410. Campanula Persicifolia White

Pure luminescent white star shaped bells on sturdy stems with the same tidy foliage as the above blue. Perennials.  

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Centaurea

Sun, Zone 3-8, EASY, Late Spring/Early summer. These frilly and flamboyant blue flowers of this perennial cornflower are effortless to grow and are known to repel deer. Sheer them back after the first flush of blooms and be rewarded with more blooms all season.

Centaurea Montana
420. Centaurea Montana

Growing 12" tall and wide with huge corn flower blue blooms. These perennial "bachelor buttons" like sun and good drainage. Perennials.

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Cerastium

Sun, Zones 3-7, Summer. Low trailing plants growing to about 6-8 inches high. Their silver foliage and white blossoms can cover banks or grow neatly around the edge of your garden.
 
Cerastium Silver Carpet
430. Cerastium Silver Carpet

We saw a beautiful example of these plants at our neighbors home where the path to their house was lined on both sides by Cerastium with a backdrop of blue Lavender plants. Both enjoy sun and well drained soil. Perennials.  

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Coreopsis

Sun, Zone 3-9, EASY, Late Spring/Early summer. These cheery, yellow daisy-like flowers bloom in profusion well above their neat mounds of foliage. So reliable, they are a favorite in our daughter Esperanza's garden.

Coreopsis Sunfire
450. Coreopsis Sunfire

A large flowered coreopsis with single petals and a dark center. Blooms early and in the first year while withstanding the heat of summer. Perennials.  

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Coreopsis Early Sunrise
460. Coreopsis Early Sunrise

Early and long blooming, 18" high plants with 2" semi-double, bright yellow daisies. After the first flush they bloom lightly all summer. Perennials.  

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Dianthus

Sun or Part Shade, Zone 3-9, Late Spring/Early summer; Amazing in their diversity, these old fashioned "Pinks" produce a wealth of flowers with a spicy fragrance.

Dianthus Ideal
470. Dianthus Ideal

These traditional cottage pinks dapple the garden with just the right amount of color. Painted on delicate fringed petals, their vibrant mix of colors includes carmine, crimson, deep violet, pink, raspberry, rose, violet, cherry, and cherry and violet picotee. They bloom early and continuously all summer and withstand hot spells. These are very beautiful and carefree plants. Grow to about a foot high. Perennials.

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Dianthus Sweet William
480. Dianthus Sweet William

The best cut flower we've ever grown, lasting weeks. Enchanting and old-fashioned, we've had many people remembering this one from their grandmother's garden! A rich variety of color, these flowers are beautifully marked with pink and red, bicolored and white; appearing in clusters at the end of a 2' stem. They are especially beautiful in combination with Lupines! Perennials.  

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Dianthus Velvet and Lace – New!
485. Dianthus Velvet and Lace – New!

The gorgeous china pink flowers of dark maroon velvet are fringed in white and emit the sweetest clove-like fragrance. They are long lived in the garden and bloom all summer. They grow to about 12” tall so do well in pots as well especially since they smell so good!

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Digitalis or Foxglove

Sun or Shade, Zone 4-8, EASY, Late Spring/Early Summer. Dramatic and old-fashioned, these tall majestic plants are the heart and soul of cottage gardens.

Digitalis Camelot
500. Digitalis Camelot

Huge tubular bells with speckled throats form lavender rose or cream colored spikes that bloom the first year. Perennial. 

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Digitalis Candy Mountain
510. Digitalis Candy Mountain

The upward facing bells allow a clear view deep inside the speckled pink bells. The stems are extra sturdy and packed with florets that often bloom the first year. Perennials.  

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Digitalis Excelsior
520. Digitalis Excelsior

This is the traditional Foxglove seen surrounding the thatched cottages of England. Four ft. tall with densely clustered bells in shades of pink with highly visible intricate interior bell markings. Perennials.

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Digitalis Primrose Carousal
560. Digitalis Primrose Carousal

We are happy to grow again an old favorite. This moonlight yellow foxglove is a true perennial, lasting years and years in the garden. It's neat mound of foliage sends up stalks of clustered bells for the late spring garden. Perennials.

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Digitalis Silver Fox
563. Digitalis Silver Fox

Another beautiful foxglove with an added bonus: gorgeous silver downy foliage! They are wonderfully reliable and hardy. The palest of pink bells (almost white) with speckled interiors adorn 2 ½ ft stems. They are perfect for your cottage garden. Perennials.

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Digitalis Sugar Plum - NEW!
564. Digitalis Sugar Plum - NEW!

The bells of this new foxglove look as if they are dripping with juices of plums with their deep purple and burgundy throats covered by pink bells. The hummingbirds love them. The foliage is a velvety spring green growing in a rosette.

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Echinacea

Sun, Zone 3-9, Summer/fall. A known herbal cold remedy, Echinacea is also a beautiful pink or white daisy over 4" wide with a dark cone shaped center. The long bloom season is undisturbed by summer's heat and the deer ignore it. After the petals fade, the remaining cone continues to offer an attractive accent to the garden and also serves as food for songbirds.

Echinacea Doubled Decker -
565. Echinacea Doubled Decker -

This new Echinacea "Double Decker" reminds me of the queen wearing a new feathered hat. How and why the new petals come out of the top of the cone as well, I don't understand, but it looks radiant! They withstand hot dry conditions and the deer stay away. They are a long lived perennial with more double blooms the second year.

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Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit-NEW!
566. Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit-NEW!

This summer at the Cornell Botanical Gardens, we were astounded by the vast array of Echinacea in bloom. At last, there were cone flowers in a blazing color mix! Cheyenne Spirit comes in shades of yellow, orange, red, scarlet, cream and white. Plants are extra floriferous, long lasting and drought tolerant. You will want to grace your garden with these exciting new colors that seem to fit in anywhere.

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Echinacea Primadonna
570. Echinacea Primadonna

This prairie beauty was made for the hot dry conditions of summer. Large 5-6" deep colored rosy flowers blossom midsummer to fall. Growing to about 3 ft. tall, they develop long lived dense clumps creating a backbone to the cottage garden. Perennials.  

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Echinacea White Swan
580. Echinacea White Swan

The pure white petals of the bloom are fragrant and attract butterflies and finches very late into the season. Perennials. 

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Echinops

Zones 3-8, Sun, Summer. A cultivated and unique ornamental thistle, having masses of steel blue globular flowers. The blooms attract butterflies and are excellent cut flowers. They grow to 4 ft. tall with each flower on a long stem.

Echinops Blue Glow
610. Echinops Blue Glow

An improved selection with a more intense strong blue color and more compact habit. The deer have shown no interest in this plant. Excellent color choice for mid to late summer. Perennials.  

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Gaillardia

Zones 3-9, Sun, Easy, Summer/fall. The bright gold and burgundy flowers are excellent garden performers through the height of summer. These easy to grow perennials do just as their common name implies: blanket your garden with vibrant color.

Gaillardia Arizona Sun
620. Gaillardia Arizona Sun

Award winning, thanks to the abundant and huge flowers on a compact plant. Put this in the garden bed or patio pot for vibrant yellow and red all summer through fall. 12" tall. Perennials.  

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Gaillardia Arizona Sun Apricot
622. Gaillardia Arizona Sun Apricot

I love the color of the new Arizona Sun "Apricot". The 3" blooms have soft yellow edges that deepen to a rich apricot center. They are super hardy, drought tolerant, profuse bloomers and lovely with their mother plant "Arizona Sun". Perennial.  

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Geum

Sun or Part shade, Zone 4-8, EASY, Summer. A charming small plant with rose like blossoms as they are in the rose family. Their foliage stays low in neat mounds. Flowering stems are sent up during June and July in our garden.

Geum Mrs. Bradshaw
650. Geum Mrs. Bradshaw

A traditional cottage garden plant with semi-double and double 2" glowing red flowers. They grow 1-1/2 ft tall in our garden. Perennials.

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Gypsophila

Sun, Zone 3-8, Summer. A cloud of tiny star white flowers bring a delicate balance of soft and bright to the garden or fresh bouquet. They bloom in July over a long period; stems can be picked in their prime and hung to dry for later use. "Once planted and known, no garden will be without this graceful elegant, and above all beautiful pure white flower. Try it and it will win your love forever." -Salzers garden catalog of 1890.

Gypsophilia Snowflake - NEW!
660. Gypsophilia Snowflake - NEW!

I had to bring back this old favorite after I saw my friend Dawn’s Snowflake that she had received from Graceful Gardens (See the picture). I need one in my garden again! People think of Baby’s Breath as just a cut flower but its so much more. In the garden, it adds a cloud of white so delicate that you can’t help but be drawn to it. At the same time, it brings out the bright colors of all your other flowers. I can’t wait! Perennials.   

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Heliopsis

Sun, Zone 3-9, EASY, Summer/fall. These perennial sunflowers will provide you with copious amounts of blooms in the garden and for your vase. The yellow double daisy-like flowers grow 3-4 ft. tall on strong stems throughout the summer.
Heliopsis Summer Sun
680. Heliopsis Summer Sun
These yellow daisies are 3" across and will bloom the first year. Easy to grow giving a strong show throughout the summer. Perennials.

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Heuchera or Coral Bells

Sun or Shade, Zone 3-9, Late Spring-Summer. The favorite of hummingbirds, they will spend hours going from one tiny bell to the next. Beautiful plants that are simple to grow with attractive foliage appearing in tidy mounds. Bloom heavily in June and July, and keep sending a few flower stalks up most of the summer.

Heuchera Firefly
690. Heuchera Firefly

Vibrant pink-red flowers 20" above evergreen foliage. Perennials.  

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Heuchera Palace Purple
700. Heuchera Palace Purple

Large ivy shaped leaves that are mahogany red above, And beet red below. Beautiful for their foliage as well as the sprays of white flowers 12" above. Perennials. 

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Lavender

Sun, Zone 5-7, Summer. Who can resist the beautiful perfume of lavender? Their small blue spikes reach high above the foliage. They can be picked and dried in bunches for a fragrant decoration. A well drained sunny location will make them thrive and keep the deer at bay.

Lavender Ellagance
735. Lavender Ellagance

This heavenly fragrant lavender comes from the Royal Horticultural Society and is a Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner.  An early first year bloomer, it has uniform size of about a foot and is delightfully fragrant with bright blue/purple blooms. (Zones 5-9) Perennials.  

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Lavender Hidcote
740. Lavender Hidcote

Midnight blue flowers reaching 1-11/2 ft. tall with a delightful fragrance. Perennials.

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Lavender Munstead
750. Lavender Munstead

A spray of fragrant lilac flowers, 1 ft. high. Excellent for sachets. Perennials.  

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Liatris

Sun, Zone 3-9, Summer. These beautiful feathery spikes make wonderful cut flowers and provide the garden with lots of color from midsummer to late in the season.

Liatris Kobold - NEW!
761. Liatris Kobold - NEW!

I've always love the long lasting feathery blooms of liatris in my garden but this year I wanted a shorter and neater version that would stay put! Growing in a perfect clump of about two feet tall, the Kobold variety accomplished just that.  

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Lobelia

Zones 5-9, Shade or Sun, Easy, Summer/fall. The long tubular blossoms make a hummingbird's delight. Never have we seen such pure vibrant reds and blues as these. Lobelia can tolerate wet conditions and while canoeing we saw many growing wild around a nearby lake and the hummingbirds were feasting.

Lobelia Red Cardinal Flower - NEW!
769. Lobelia Red Cardinal Flower - NEW!

I was first awed by this plant while canoeing at a nearby lake where it was growing by the shore and yes, there was even a hummingbird on it! (I wished I had my camera but I have learned the hard way to never bring it canoeing!) This native plant needed a place in my garden and it is a perfect fit. It tolerates gardens with conditions like poor drainage and shade, spreads in a good way and blooms just when you need the color later in the summer.  

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Lobelia Fan Blue
770. Lobelia Fan Blue

A vigorous bloomer with blue tubular flowers growing 2 feet or so tall with a summer long bloom season. A fleuroselect gold medal winner. Zones 6-10. Perennials.

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Lobelia Great Blue
780. Lobelia Great Blue

For late summer blue blooms these are the ones to choose. The stems are 2-3 ft. tall and clustered with deep throated flowers that humming- birds love. Grow easily and are adaptable to moist shady areas. Perennials.

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Lupines

Sun, Zone 4-7, EASY, Late Spring/Early summer. A stunning display of torch-shaped blooms give the cottage garden its spirited appearance. Very dependable in our garden, coming up year after year. The deer ignore them while the butterflies and hummingbirds seek them out. The gallery series offers 2ft tall sturdy plants with densely packed spikes.
 
Lupines Gallery Blue
800. Lupines Gallery Blue

Shades of blue often with a touch of white. Perennials.

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Lupines Gallery Pink
810. Lupines Gallery Pink

A nice shade of pink often with a dash of white. Perennials.  

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Lupines Gallery Red
820. Lupines Gallery Red

A vivid red that always brings compliments in our garden. Perennials

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Lupines Gallery Mix
830. Lupines Gallery Mix

A random mix of colors. Perennials.  

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Lychnis

Sun, Zone 4-9, Easy, Summer. These Victorian plants sparkle with magenta flowers and complimentary silvery leaves. Their easy carefree habit encompasses the essence of cottage gardening.

Lychnis Coronaria
840. Lychnis Coronaria

Rosettes of velvety silver leaves give way to the rising 2 ft. flower stalks that bear simple but vibrant magenta flowers. Perennials. 

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Monarda

Shade or Sun, Zone 4-9, EASY, Summer. This mint family plant puts out a spectacular display of flowers July through August and is absolutely irresistible to hummingbirds.

Monarda Panorama Mix
870. Monarda Panorama Mix

Shades of scarlet, red, pink, and salmon with highly fragrant foliage. Perennials. 

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Poppies

Sun, Zone 3-7, Spring through Late Spring/Early summer. Stunning in size and brilliance of color, poppies will provide a lifetime of enjoyment. Tuck in the back of the border as the foliage will temporarily disappear in summer.

Poppy Fruit Punch
909. Poppy Fruit Punch

Silky ruffled blooms 5 inches across in wild shades of red, hot pink, orange, and plum, all with black centers. They can stand up to all kinds of weather. Perennials. 

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Poppy Great Red
910. Poppy Great Red

Spectacular classic red Poppies that display 8 inch flowers with black centers and tissue paper petals. They stand 4 ft. tall. Perennials.  

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Poppy Pizzicato
920. Poppy Pizzicato

The best new semi dwarf variety and winner of the 1995 Fleuroselect Gold Medal. Flowers range from 6-8" across on sturdy 2 ft. stems that hold up even in windy conditions. Prolific with a color range that includes pale pink to rose, salmon, and scarlet; all with black centers. Perennials.  

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Poppy Plum Pudding - NEW
921. Poppy Plum Pudding - NEW

Here is a beauty we are trying this year! It has lots of great attributes besides this incredible shade of deep pink. For starters, It’s color doesn’t fade and it has extra strong stems There is also a good chance for a second bloom later in the season plus it reseeds.  Perennials   

 
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Penstemon

Sun or Part Shade, Zone 4-8. These colorful snapdragon-like flowers bloom all summer with the greatest profusion in June. Vaughns garden catalog of 1891 says, "Perhaps no class of plants are so valuable for producing a mass of bloom during the summer months as these. So grand are they in fact, when massed in beds and border that no words can adequately express their magnificence." They attract hummingbirds and songbirds, help repel deer, and make a great cut flower.

Penstemon Mystica
940. Penstemon Mystica

Deep maroon leaves highlight this plant while sprays of white flowers emerge from thin slender stalks in the middle. Perennials.  

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Penstemon Rondo
950. Penstemon Rondo

At 15" keep these plants close to the front of the border where you can enjoy their many wonderful shades of pink, purple, carmine, and rose bells. Perennials.   

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Perovskia or Russian Sage

Sun, Zones 5-9. There is no tougher plant out there with the beauty to match. With scented leaves and airy blue flowers, the provide a long season of bloom in the hottest time of the summer.

Perovskia Russian Sage
960. Perovskia Russian Sage

Plant as a group or border in the hot spots of your flower patch and keep the garden color coming. The light blue spikes work well with all the colors of your garden. They grow to about 3 feet and a spread of 2 feet. They are drought tolerant and deer resistant. Perennials. 

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Physotegia

Sun, Zone 2-9, 2-3 ft. tall, EASY, Summer/fall. Excellent perennials for late summer/fall color. Their appearance is neat and blooms are much like the snapdragon in the way they cluster up the stem.

Physotegia Rose Queen
970. Physotegia Rose Queen

A nice clear, deep rose color, exceptionally easy to grow, spreading without being invasive. They love full sun, a well drained site and repel deer. Perennials.  

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Platycodon

Full Sun and Light Shade, Zone 3-8, Summer. Such easy flowers to grow, giving the gardener a lifetime of blooms throughout the height of midsummer.

Platycodon Hakone Double Blue
980. Platycodon Hakone Double Blue

A deep blue color with buds resembling small inflated balloons. They blossom into five pointed star shaped bells. Grow 16" tall. Perennials.

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Polemonium

Part sun or shade, zones 4-7, Spring. Our Jacobs Ladder has been growing happily in our shade garden for over 15 years. It is a testament to its ease of growth. We have not done anything special to it in all those years and yet it rewards us with clear blue flowers and fernlike foliage.

Polemonium Pearl Blue
990. Polemonium Pearl Blue

Azure blue blossoms for the shady side of the garden. Grow to 16". The pretty green alternating leaflets form a ladder-like pattern. Trim them back and they will bloom again later in the season. Perennials.

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Potentilla

Sun, Zones 5-8, Summer. Potentillas are easy perennials that love sunny, dry locations. Trim them back each spring to promote new growth and more blooms.

Potentilla Monarch's Velvet
991. Potentilla Monarch's Velvet

This is the perfect quick filler for your garden. They are 24" mounded plants with leaves like a strawberry plant. The following year and thereafter it is full of deep wine red flowers with a crimson velvet center throughout the summer. Perennials.  

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Primula

Part Sun or Shade, Zone 5-8, Spring. Blooming in early spring with an amazing array of colors, they beckon the beginning of the warm season to come. Grown in shade, they will bloom all summer and into early winter here in the North.

Primula Supernova
1011. Primula Supernova

These English Primroses love the sun and shade, blooming early and profusely in both! They are a cheerful, colorful and fragrant start to the gardening season and will multiply throughout the years. Their height in bloom is about 10" and the deer never touch them in our garden. Perennial.   

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Pyrethrum

Sun, Zone 4-9, Late Spring/Early summer. These charming daisies come in cheerful colors of red and pink, bloom early in the season, and do best in a well drained site.

Pyrethrum Double Sensation - NEW!
1029. Pyrethrum Double Sensation - NEW!

These old fashion daisies are much showier with their many double flower heads in colors of dark red, red, soft pink, pink, and white. Sturdier, too, with a height of about 2 ft. and they are deer resistant. The plants have natural insecticidal qualities making them less attractive to pests.   

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Rudbeckia

Sun, Zone 3-9, EASY, Summer/fall. The classic American flower, familiar to all. Beautiful in mass or in small clumps through the garden.

Rudbeckia Cappuccino
1050. Rudbeckia Cappuccino

Vivid yellow blooms with mahogany center rings shower the garden with color all season long. Zone 4. Perennials.  

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Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy –NEW!
1051. Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy –NEW!

In the height of summer, we are treated to vast displays of yellow daisies everywhere. Now along with our traditional yellows comes this wonderful cherry red daisy with a distinctive dark cone. Cherry Brandy will catch your attention in the middle of the border standing about two feet in height or will take your breath away as a mass planting along the garden path. Plants are heat and drought tolerant and will grow in just about any sunny location.  

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Rudbeckia Goldsturm
1060. Rudbeckia Goldsturm

Giant 4"flowers on 2 ft. plants that bloom all season long. Long-lived and hassle-free plants. Favorites for mid to late season color. Perennials.  

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Rudbeckia Indian Summer
1070. Rudbeckia Indian Summer

Enormous 6-9" yellow semi- double and single blooms on 3' tall plants, yet require no staking. Excellent for cutting. Perennials. 

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Salvia

Sun or Light Shade, Zone 4-9, EASY, Early Summer-Summer. These deep blue spikes provide a sweep of blue early in the garden season and continue to do so over a long period. They are hardy, long lived, and very easy to grow.

Salvia New Dimension Blue
1095. Salvia New Dimension Blue

I've never seen a more vibrant violet blue salvia than this one in my garden. What makes the New Dimension variety extra special is, it doubles as a ground cover, tolerates drought and the deer stay away. For a second bloom season cut it back after the first blooms are done. Perennial.  

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Salvia New Dimension Rose
1097. Salvia New Dimension Rose

This beautiful new meadow sage has long lasting spikes of vibrant rose flowers. They bloom the first year with a compact habit of about 10". They have all the same wonderful habits as the above New Dimension Blue variety. Perennial.  

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Shasta Daisy

Sun, Zone 5-8, EASY, Summer. These simple and classic daisies fit into everyone's garden. Their big and bold white petals compliment all the other flowers.

Shasta Daisy Bright Side
1100. Shasta Daisy Bright Side

The tall white oxford daisy with extra large flowers has everything you look for in a flower: beauty, a great cut flower, hummingbirds and butterflies love them, and they are tough! Perennials.  

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Shasta Daisy Silver Princess - NEW!
1111. Shasta Daisy Silver Princess - NEW!

If you are looking for the shorter version of Brightside, this is the one. They grow to 15-20” tall and keep that cottage garden look but only smaller. It’s a cheery plant that blooms all summer long.  

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Thymus

Sun, Zone 4-8, EASY, Early Summer. The sweet scented foliage smothered in purple flowers, creeps along the edge of your garden and between stones and walkways.

Mother of Thyme
1140. Mother of Thyme

The sweet aromatic leaves form dense mats for the hot dry places along your garden path and banks. Perennials.  

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Veronica

Sun, Zone 4-8, EASY, Summer. These genteel plants provide a profusion of blue or pink spikes creating a truly Victorian ambiance in your garden. The blooms make a sweet cut flower.

Veronica Blue Spires
1155. Veronica Blue Spires

Simply said they are plants after my own heart.  With pinnacles of gentian blue flowers, they grow in the best and worse soils, in hot and cold climates and in wet or dry years. It should be a beautiful weed but instead it stays nicely situated forever in the garden. You will enjoy it during the summer months. Grows to 2 ft. Perennial.  

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Violas

The mere mention of violets conjures up images of innocent romantic notions from days of old. The sweet faces painted on the petals cheer the heart with hope. 

Viola Sorbet lemon Blueberry – NEW!
1187. Viola Sorbet lemon Blueberry – NEW!

A perfect blend of blue and yellow. Learn all about them here.

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Viola Penny Lane
1190. Viola Penny Lane

This hardy little viola has the sweetest mix of colors ranging from the deepest purples to azure blue to orchid frost.  Learn all about them here.

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We sell plants in trays of 8 packs. Every pack has 4 plants.

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