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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Heuchera x villosa 'Berry Smoothie'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Big rose pink leaves in spring darken to plum purple as the season progresses. Creamy white blooms in late spring. Very heat and humidity tolerant. Villosa / americana hybrid. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Blackout'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Nearly charcoal-black, shiny leaves with maroon undersides maintain their dark color most of the year. Creamy blooms appear June to July above the compact mounds of round-lobed leaves. A slow but strong grower. Plant Patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Bronze Wave'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Vigorous clumps of large, hairy, purple-bronze leaves (8" wide"), which have a very shiny appearance and a wavy margin. Three foot spikes of small creamy flowers appear in September and October. Native.


Heuchera x villosa 'Caramel'
Common Name: Coral Bells

A wonderful heuchera for hot, humid climates. Its caramel-orange glow, soft texture, mounding form and rugged nature make it a must-have for southern gardens. Delicate 18" sprays of pinkish white flowers appear in mid to late summer. Plant Patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Circus'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Stunning! Spring foliage is a warm peach color that matures to chartreuse with bright red veins. Veins fade in heat of summer but reappear in fall. Drak wiry stems of hot pink blooms are held well above the foliage. Good heat and humidity tolerance.


Heuchera x villosa 'Citronelle'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Wonderful citrus green to chartreuse leaves; creamy white blooms in late summer. Another great new introduction having the hardy H. villosa in its heritage, it is both heat and drought tolerant. A Sandy's Favorite! Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Electric Lime'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Same habit and huge leaves as 'Southern Comfort' in a chartreuse lime green. Red veins in cool weather and attractive stems of densely packed white blooms. Very heat and humidity tolerant. Villosa / americana hybrid. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Forever Purple'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Purple leaves with darker veins are very glossy and sport fluted edges. Vigorous plants produce short spikes of purple-pink blooms in summer. Leaves maintain good purple color all year. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Frosted Violet'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Velvety purple leaves with a touch of silver and darker veins are topped with spikes of pale pink flowers. This variety is extra vigorous as it has our native H. villosa as a parent! Plant Patented. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Heuchera x villosa 'Glitter'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Mirror-bright silver foliage with almost black veins is truly showy. Leaf reverse is violet, blooms are fuchsia-pink. Mounding plants bloom most of summer. H. villosa in parentage lends southern hardiness.


Heuchera x villosa 'Kassandra'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Mounds of large, hairy caramel to orange leaves have wavy margins. Color gradually darkens over the season to a lovely chestnut color. White blooms appear above the foliage in July. Another tough plant with the H. villosa heritage. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Mega Caramel'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Huge caramel colored leaves have purple pink undersides. Wiry stems of cream colored little bells appear in mid-summer to early fall. Similar to 'Caramel' just much bigger. Plant patent applied for.


Heuchera x villosa 'Pinot Gris'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Leaves with gently rounded lobes emerge ginger pink with a light silver overlay, maturing to pale lime green with a smoky silver overlay and deep purple undersides. Tall scapes of creamy white bells in mid-late summer. Heat and humidity tolerant.


Heuchera x villosa 'Southern Comfort'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Large, vigorous mounds of huge cinnamon orange leaves turn to burnished copper as the weather cools. Wands of creamy white blooms appear in late summer. Another villosa hybrid with outstanding heat and humidity tolerance. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Sugar Plum'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Plum purple leaves are frosted with silver. Lush mounds of evergreen foliage set off silvery pink flower spikes that rise high above it. Frequent rebloom. H. villosa in parentage adds southern vigour. Plant patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Tiramisu'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Large round-lobed leaves emerge chartreuse with red centers. In spring and fall the red becomes stronger, while the veins stand out in lime green. In summer the leaves are lighter with a delicate silver overlay. Pink summer blooms. Outstanding color on plants that defy heat and humidity. Plant Patented.


Heuchera x villosa 'Zipper'
Common Name: Coral Bells

Brightly colored leaves change from orange in spring and fall to golden amber in summer and winter. Heavy ruffling reveals their magenta undersides year-round. White spring blooms. H. villosa in parentage. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Blue Ridge'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Lovely, large, silvery blue-green leaves have deep red veins. New foliage emerges a contrasting chartreuse. Clean white blooms in early spring. Great heat and humidity tolerance. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Brass Lantern'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Large plants with brassy colored spring leaves and red brown summer color. White flowers on 28" stems. Winter leaf colors are olive and brown. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Buttered Rum'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Deeply cut, maple shaped leaves are caramelized chartreuse gold in summer, becoming deep orange to burnt red in cool weather. Compact plants produce short spikes of white blooms in early summer. Tighter growth habit than 'Sweet Tea' or 'Brass Lantern'. ​Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Pink Revolution'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Bred for heavy blooming, this one produces a huge quantity of bubblegum pink blooms in late spring. Incised leaves of bright green have burgundy veins all summer. Great for massing, edging and cutting. 


Heucherella x 'Redstone Falls'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Wonderful mounding plants produce loads of trailing stems setting new plants to create excellent groundcovers. Leaves are warm tones of orange, brown, bronze and green with slightly darker centers. Heat & humidity tolerance. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Solar Eclipse'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Maple-shaped leaves of red-brown are rimmed with lime green. Unlike other Heucherella, this one retains its color year round. Plants form vigorous mounds with dense crowns. White blooms in spring. Deer resistant. Clumping forming. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Solar Power'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Mounded plants sport yellow-gold to lime-green, lobed leaves  that are splotched and splattered with deep red. Leaves keep their color even in partial sun. Heat tolerant! Plants grown in shade retain more lime-green color. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Sweet Tea'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Orangey peach to amber tones characterize huge, star-shaped leaves. Leaves darken in summer and lighten again in fall. H. villosa heritage accounts for its big, bold habit and heat / humidity tolerance. Fast grower. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Heucherella x 'Yellowstone Falls'
Common Name: Foamy Bells

Lovely, chartreuse to yellow, lobed leaves with deep crimson markings. Stems can trail 3 feet making it great for hanging baskets or as ground cover. Deer resistant. Plant patented.


Hibiscus coccineus
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Red blooms on tall upright plants. Red tinted maple-like leaves on reddish stems. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Native.


Hibiscus militaris
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

This moisture-loving native that has showy crimson-eyed, pale pink or white blooms similar to H. moscheutos but more trumpet-shaped. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.


Hibiscus moscheutos
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Lovely soft pink to white blooms, many with deep pink centers, are 4"-5" across. This long-blooming east coast native is great for wet locations and water side, but will tolerate dry spells. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Ballet Slippers'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Huge, 7" white blooms have a deep red eye and ruffled edges blushed with pink. The overlapping petals create a pinwheel effect. Upright plants have bright green, lightly serrated leaves and extremely high bud counts. Flowers late summer to fall. PPAF


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Blue River II'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large, long-lasting clear white blooms with no eye. Exceptional. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Native cultivar.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Bordeaux'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Compact, upright plants with dark green foliage produce huge, outward facing blooms of pinkish red. Well-sized for smaller gardens. Plant patented.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Cherry Choco Latte''
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large (8"-9") blooms with heavy substance are swirled with light and dark pink and have a deep red center. They are borne on compact, but airy clumps of deep olive green foliage that really makes the blooms sparkle. Proven Winner variety.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Cranberry Crush'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Deep scarlet, almost blood red flowers with wide, shiny petals that overlap and are slightly ruffled open from near black buds over a long period. The leathery foliage is dark green with purple overtones. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. A Proven Winner variety. Plant patented.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Disco Belle Mix'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large 9" showy flowers in a mixture of red, white, or pink, many with red eyes. Dwarf plants. Native. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Disco Belle Pink'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large 9" flowers are blush-pink, usually with a deeper pink eye and darker margins. Dwarf plants. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Native.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Disco Belle Red'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large 9" flowers are solid red. Dwarf plants. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Native.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Disco Belle White'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large 9" flowers are white with a red eye. Dwarf plants. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.  Native.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Fantasia'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Lavender blooms up to 9" across are very ruffled. Green maple-like leaves on compact, lush plants. Prolific bloomer! ​Plant patented.


Hibiscus moscheutos 'Kopper King'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Maple-like leaves are copper-red with orangish-red undersides. Light pink flowers have a bright red eye which streaks into the petals. Flowers are up to 10" across and have some ruffling and overlapping. Deer resistant. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant Patented.


Hibiscus moscheutos x coccineus 'Plum Crazy'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

10" plum-colored blooms are borne against striking dark purple, maple-cut leaves. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Late to break dormancy in spring. Plant patented.


Hibiscus x moscheutos 'Holy Grail'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Huge, brilliant red blooms are set off by very dark, almost black foliage. Bright green calyxes look like little stars against the dark leaves. Proven Winner variety. Plant patent applied for.


Hibiscus x moscheutos 'Lady Baltimore'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Large pink , bell-shaped flowers with a distinct red eye. Foliage resembles maple leaves. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Native cultivar.


Hibiscus x moscheutos 'Lord Baltimore'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Slightly ruffled, deep red 10" blooms. Mahogany stems with dark green leaves. Very slow to break dormancy in spring. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Native cultivar.


Hibiscus x moscheutos 'Midnight Marvel'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Dark purple, maple-like foliage sets off brilliant red blooms that can get 8"-9" wide. Flowers for 3 months or more starting in late June/early July. Leaves turn intense shades of orange in early fall while blooming continues. Heat tolerant. Awesome!


Hibiscus x moscheutos 'Peppermint Schnapps'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

8" peppermint pink blooms have red centers and streaks of deep pink. Forms large clumps of big, maple-leaf shaped green foliage. One of Sandy's favorites. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Plant Patented.


Hibiscus x moscheutos 'Summer in Paradise'
Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus

Brilliant cerise red flowers open very wide (7"-8") displaying their nicely ruffled petals and deep red center. Dark green leaves create a dense mound on which the flowers are displayed from top to bottom. Plant patented.


Hieracium maculatum 'Leopard'
Common Name: Spotted Hawkweed

Bluish-green leaves with red-brown marbling and yellow flowers. Evergreen, it is grown primarily for its attractively spotted foliage. Very decorative. Deadhead to prevent self seeding.


Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'
Common Name: Plantain Lily

Deep blue-green leaves are heavily cupped and corrugated. Foliage is so cupped that when it rains, they often hold water in their leaves. An excellent specimen hosta. Near white flowers in July. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Hosta 'Aphrodite'
Common Name: Plantain Lily

Huge (3.5”), fragrant, double white blooms appear above mounds of glossy green foliage from late July to September. One of the most fragrant hostas available! Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


 
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