Perennial

Perennial plants are our specialty.  Living over from season to season, perennial plants can be a gardener's best friend.  We are proud to offer an extensive collection of perennials that includes many rare and unusual varieties as well as the traditional favorites.  We hope you enjoy browsing through our catalog!

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Dianthus x allwoodii 'Frosty Fire'
Common Name: Pinks

Fragrant, double blooms of brilliant red glow above grassy blue green foliage. Blooms in spring with repeat blooms if deadheaded. Evergreen. COPF


Dicentra eximia 'Stuart Boothman'
Common Name: Fringed Bleeding Heart

Compact plants with ferny, gray-green foliage have fine stems of nodding, deep pink hearts in late spring and summer. This woodland plant is a nice spreader.


Dicentra spectabilis
Common Name: Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart

Dark green foliage with graceful racemes of pink heart-shaped flowers in April and May. More robust than the white form. Deciduous. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba'
Common Name: Old-fashioned Bleeding Heart

Bright green foliage with graceful racemes of white heart-shaped flowers. Slightly less robust than the species. Deciduous. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart'
Common Name: Bleeding Heart

A new twist on an old favorite. Bright gold foliage with graceful racemes of heart-shaped pink flowers in April and May.  Attractive to butterflies & hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Dicentra spectabilis 'Valentine'
Common Name: Bleeding Hearts

Beautiful true red blooms with white drops dangle from arching deep red stems. Dark plum-green foliage completes the dramatic look. Attractive to butterflies & hummingbirds. Plant patented.


Dicentra x 'King of Hearts'
Common Name: Bleeding Heart

The largest and darkest rose flowers on a "fern leaf" Dicentra. Its lacy dissected foliage appears icy-blue. Blooms May to September. Choice. Deciduous. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Dicentra x eximia 'Luxuriant'
Common Name: Bleeding Heart

Lovely old-fashioned shade garden plant with ferny, gray-green foliage and sprays of reddish-pink, heart-shaped flowers from May to September. Deciduous. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Digitalis grandiflora (ambigua)
Common Name: Foxglove

Spikes of creamy yellow flowers are held above evergreen foliage. Cut back after flowering to encourage reblooming. A true perennial, it also self-sows. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis lutea
Common Name: Foxglove

Spikes of small ivory to lemon-yellow flowers. True perennial if frequently divided. Self sows. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Apricot'
Common Name: Foxglove

Sturdy spikes of pastel apricot flowers with some spotting in the throat. Biennial, but self sows. Cut back after flowering to encourage reblooming. Deer resistant. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot Mix'
Common Name: Foxglove

Spikes of white, rose, lavender or pink thimble-shaped bells appear above green foliage in first season. Plants are biennial, but self-sow readily. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot Rose'
Common Name: Foxglove

Spikes of rose pink flowers are tightly packed on the stem and often have speckled throats. Biennial but self sows. Excellent, old-fashioned shade garden plant. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot White'
Common Name: Foxglove

Spikes of white flowers are tightly packed on the stem and usually have speckled throats. Biennial but self sows. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmation Purple'
Common Name: Foxglove

Thimble-shaped, lavender-purple blooms with maroon spotted throats flower on upright stalks. May act as a biennial, so allow a few blooms to go to seed. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Excellent, old-fashioned shade garden plant.


Digitalis purpurea 'Excelsior'
Common Name: Foxglove

Rose, pink, lilac, white, slamon, or yellow flowers are tightly packed and non-drooping. Excellent, old-fashioned shade garden plant. Biennial, but self sows. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Foxy'
Common Name: Foxglove

Spikes of flowers in a mix of white, cream, pink, lavender, or rose each displaying interesting spotted markings. colors are similar to Excelsior, but plants are shorter. Excellent, old-fashioned shade garden plant. Biennial, but self sows. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis purpurea 'Snow Thimble'
Common Name: Foxgloves

Rosettes of light green, fuzzy evergreen foliage send up tall spires of pure white, thimble shaped blooms that lack interior spotting.  Biennial, but self seeds. Caution: All parts of plant may be toxic.


Digitalis purpurea 'Sugar Plum'
Common Name: Foxglove

Tall spikes of bright pink thimble flowers with deep purple throats and speckles are produced in late spring over rosettes of downy green leaves. BIENNIAL, but self sows. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Digitalis x mertonensis
Common Name: Strawberry foxglove

Spikes of rosy-pink to strawberry-pink flowers with darker spots. True perennial if frequently divided. Excellent, old-fashioned shade garden plant. CAUTION: All parts of this plant are toxic & may be fatal if ingested.


Disporopsis pernyi
Common Name: Evergreen Solomon's Seal

Fronds of glossy, dark green foliage have pendulous lemon-scented white flowers in early summer. Looks very similar to "Solomon's Seal" except it is not variegated and the flowers are much larger. Forms a nice clump fairly quickly. Evergreen.


Dryopteris celsa
Common Name: Log Fern

This erect native fern naturally occurs on decaying logs and in rich soils in wet woods. Green pinnate, oblong foliage is bold and showy, especially when massed. Semi-evergreen. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris championii 'Champion's Wood'
Common Name: Champion's Wood Fern

Evergreen, arching fronds on short creeping rhizomes. The shiny dark green fronds are leathery and hold their color well, remaining erect throughout the winter. New fronds are a pretty apple green.


Dryopteris cycadina
Common Name: Shaggy Shield Fern

Erect, dense leathery fronds of medium to dark green are heavily textured.  Semi-evergreen to evergreen. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'
Common Name: Brilliance Autumn Fern

A more "brilliant" form of Autumn Fern. This variety's young fronds emerge a wonderful lustrous orange color and the mature green fronds maintain some of their orange coloration and shine. Deer resistant. Evergreen. A Beautiful Garden variety, this one is a favorite of landscapers and gardeners alike for its easy culture and ability to stay pretty throughout most of the winter. Will gradually spread via spores.


Dryopteris filix-mas
Common Name: Male Fern

Outstanding plants have upright, elegantly arching, broad, lance-shaped medium-green fronds. Semi-evergreen. Native. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris goldiana
Common Name: Goldie's Giant Wood Fern

Short creeping rhizomes form large stands of broad arching fronds. The tallest native wood fern. Deciduous. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris intermedia
Common Name: Fancy Fern

Fronds are oval to narrowly triangular and deeply dissected. A favorite Eastern American native that is a strong grower in moist, semi-shaded areas, forming an attractive crown. Good for cutting. Evergreen.


Dryopteris marginalis
Common Name: Leatherwood Fern, Marginal Fern, Eastern Wood Fern

Also known as Eastern Wood Fern, this fern has attractive, dusty blue-green fronds.  It grows well in partial shade, eventually forming a large clump. Evergreen. Native.


Dryopteris pseudo-filix-mas
Common Name: Mexican Male Fern

Slightly arching, rich green fronds are produced continually throughout the season, giving it a "fresh" look. It has a distinctly upright, vase-shaped habit. Large and showy! Evergreen. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris pulcherrima 'Beautiful Wood'
Common Name: Wood Fern

Broad, evergreen fronds form upright clumps of medium green. Although native to high elevations in Tibet and China, it is a very heat tolerant variety that flourishes in hot southern summers.


Dryopteris remota
Common Name: Remote Wood Fern

This strong grower has impressive-looking overlapping fronds that arise directly from its spreading rhizomes to form erect crowns. The fronds are finely cut and the stems are shaggy with golden scales. Very strong grower. Semi-evergreen.


Dryopteris tokyoensis
Common Name: Tokyo Wood Fern

This hardy fern has an erect, vase-shaped habit with wide fronds up to 6" across. Resembles the more common Christmas fern. A somewhat slow but strong grower, it is easily established. Deciduous. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris x australis
Common Name: Dixie Wood Fern

Wonderful, coarse, upright fern with dark green fronds. Excellent and highly recommended, this is a naturally occurring hybrid of two natives. Evergreen. Deer resistant.


Dryopteris x complexa 'Robusta'
Common Name: Robust Male Fern

Strong clumps of dark-green fronds arch gracefully to form a great specimen. It also works well with other plants such as hostas. Semi-evergreen, trim old fronds in spring.

 
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