Looking for a ground cover that has double purple flowers and brilliant red fall color? Look no further than the Birch Double Hardy Cransebill! Dainty deep blue/purple flowers adorn this mat forming ground cover type plant that is great for beds, borders and rock gardens. Blooms begin on the Birch Double Cransebill in late spring and continue sporadically throughout the summer until fall. After first flush of flowers has faded shear the ...
Exquisite deep purple double flowering nodding columbine blooms will adorn your shady locations when you plant the Black Barlow Columbine. The blooms are so dark purple they almost look black and will really look divine when planted with white,yellow,orange and or pale pink blossoms of other late spring blooming perennials. Plant in a naturalized garden in part shade for best results.
This Columbine (often called Granney's Bonnet) has 2 inch royal blue (purple-blue) blooms. It prefers morning sun and afternoon shade. A perfect perennial for all gardens: attracts hummingbirds and butterflies and it is resistant to deer and rabbits! Try cutting the bloom for long lasting color in your home. This Columbine will also self sow.
Guinea Fowl Goatsbeard is a wonderful perennial for the shade garden. This spring blooming gem is floriferous and can produce over 100 flower stalks per plant. We find this shade loving perennial to be the perfect height maturing at 24" tall. Grows best in moist, rich well drained soil.
Honorine Jobert Anemone has large white blooms with yellow centers in late summer (August/September). Honorine Jobert Anemone often called Windflower do best when planted in partial shade, or protected from hot afternoon sun. In climates with cold winters it is best to apply a layer of mulch before winter. These perennials may be slow to establish but will naturalize and form a colony.
This easy-to-grow perennial is not only loved be most gardeners, but also by the hummingbirds, butterfiles, and bees as their flowers contain lots of nectar. Columbine produce large, showy blooms of single and bicolor patterns on delicate plants from late spring to early summer. These colors range from shades of yellow, white, pink, blue, and purple. Hummingbirds like these! Great for your shady, natural gardens!
Want to fill your summer garden full of various hues of Columbine Aquilegia? Try this mixed package to bring delight in shades of blues, reds, pinks and whites - an instant hit for the neighbors and hummingbirds and butterflies with its nectar filled tips. Plant this long lasting blooming plant so it receives morning sun and afternoon shade.
An exquisite mix of toadlilies that will bloom in late summer. This mixed package of shade loving toadlilies will have unique speckled blooms in shades of blue, purple and pink. Plant in a partially shaded to shaded location protected from the wind in moist well drained soil. The soil needs to be kept moist, but not soggy.
Pink and White Double blooms adorn this Barlow series Columbine. Performs best if planted in part sun, and well drained soil. Combines well with other spring blooming perennials that prefer a bit of shade such as, White and Black Barlow Columbine, Thriller Ladies Mantle, and White Bleeding Hearts. Also great for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
Late blooming Rose Turtleheads are beautiful plants! Pink flowers in the shape of a turtlehead emerge late in the summer. Plant in part shade for best results. If planted in a full sun location make sure they are provided enough water. This plant is Native to the Eastern United States.
The deep ruby red hues of the Ruby Port Columbine (Aquilegia) will make a great addition to your summer perennial garden. Use this plant to attract hummingbirds and butterflies. This Perennial (often called Granny's Bonnet) prefers morning sun and afternoon shade. Don't worry about deer and pests, because they leave this long lasting bloom alone!
The White Barlow Columbine (Aquilegia) features beautiful double, white blooms. This summertime favorite prefers morning sun and a bit of afternoon shade. The Columbine Aquilegia is a perfect perennial for all gardeners, it is easy to grow, multiplies and is deer and pest resistant.