Large, rosy-purple flowers bloom all summer. Good for borders, massing, cut flowers, butterfly gardens and natural gardens. A staple of the perennial garden.
Farfugium japonicum ‘Aureomaculatum’
Interesting perennial with rounded, shiny green leaves that are splashed with bright yellow markings. Yellow, daisy-like flowers on branched stems late summer into fall. Adds great texture to partly shaded areas of the landscape.
Finely divided fronds up to 2 feet long are reddish when unfurling, later turning deep green. Erect, spreading evergreen fern that can be used as an accent, border or ground cover in the landscape. Drought tolerant and hardy variety.
Asparagus densiflorus ‘Myers’
Long, plume-like stems hold soft, needle-like leaves. A popular choice for containers but works equally well when planted in mass or used as an edging plant. Adds a nice texture to the garden.
An erect, durable fern with very showy fronds, having glossy holly-like leaves. This shade loving fern is perfect for mass planting or as an accent in shady areas. Really nice beneath trees and shrubs. Evergreen.
Athyrium niponicum ‘Pictum’
Colorful, shade-loving fern with dark blue-green fronds that are accented with silvery variegation. Non-aggressive, spreading habit. Great in woodland settings or in shady borders.
Robust tropical fern with stout creeping rhizomes and lacy, lustrous, olive green fronds. Adds a nice texture to the landscape. Useful in shady gardens and tropical settings.
Produces light green upright fronds on an open fountain shaped plant. Slowly spreads by rhizomes to eventually form a nice cover. Great in naturalized or woodland settings or well-suited beneath large shade trees. Perennial.
Showy, two-toned flowers highlight this perennial in an array of colours and shades. Coarse, gray-green foliage contrasts well with blooms. Excellent in rock gardens and sunny borders.
Gaura ‘Siskiyou Pink’
Tough and durable perennial that tolerates heat, humidity and drought. Red tinted green foliage. Deep pink flowers appear over a long period atop wiry stems that sway with the breeze. Blooms continually spring to frost.