perennial

Verveine

Verbena

Incredibly floriferous! Princess Blush is covered by pink flowers from spring until fall without bald spots or breaking apart. Will spread up to four feet, making it an outstanding ground cover, or use in large containers. Tough and extremely heat tolerant.

Verveine

Verbena

Incredibly floriferous! Princess Dark Lavender is covered by pale purple flowers from spring until fall without bald spots or breaking apart. Will spread up to four feet, making it an outstanding ground cover, or use in large containers. Tough and extremely heat tolerant.

Roseau de Chine

Miscanthus

An excellent grass for the landscape, as a screen or at water's edge. Broad, arching, apple green and deep yellow blades surround gold, feathery plumes that emerge on six foot stems in the fall. A striking complement to large-leaved plants or combined with berrying shrubs and evergreens.

Liriope

Lilyturf

Spikes of purple flowers bloom in summer over tall, dark green foliage followed by small black berry-like fruits in the fall and winter. A lovely addition to borders, pathways, shady areas and slopes. Readily self-sows. Shear or mow back in fall or early spring to encourage fresh growth.

Colocasia

Dwarf Elephant Ear

Stunning, wide, deep purple leaves on equally purple stems. This charming, compact accent plant is highly adaptable. Try in a water garden for a tropical look. Small size also makes this plant ideal in containers!

Agapanthe

Lily of the Nile

Striking large white and purple flower heads bloom over mounds of strap-like foliage. Flowers are long-lasting in the garden or as a cut flower. Excellent in perennial gardens, borders or containers. May need to be over-wintered indoors in cooler climates.

Heliotrope

Heliotrope

Lavender flower clusters bloom from spring to fall on this low-growing, spreading plant and bring a splash of color to containers and also is wonderful as a ground cover or at garden's edge. Heat tolerance and deer resistance make this a great, low maintenance selection!

Tricyrtis

Tricyrtis

Intricate, orchid-like blooms are often spotted, and come in shades of blue or purple, white and occasionally yellow. A true gem for the woodland garden, ideally sited close to garden's edge where the flower detail can be seen and appreciated. Plants emerge late in spring.

Molène

Molène

Tall flower spires attract butterflies. Choose from a wide range of colors, including shades of pink, rose, coral, yellow and white. Foliage forms low rosettes of green or silver. Stately plants are ideal both at the center of the garden and near the edge where other plants can be seen through its open form.

Tiarelle cordifoliée

Tiarelle cordifoliée

Beautiful, frothy flower stalks complement heart-leaf foliage. This native wildflower species spreads slowly and makes an excellent ground cover for shaded sites. Many hybrids are available with beautifully marked foliage, expanded range of flower colors, and a non-spreading growth habit.

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