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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Juncus effusus
Common Name: Common Rush

Upright to arching, round green stems characterize this wetland native. Plants form clumps that spread by creeping rhizome and seeds. Usually evergreen in Zone 7. Use for water's edge or rain gardens.


Juncus inflexus 'Blue Arrow'
Common Name: Bog Rush

This attractive rush is excellent for wet or boggy areas, forming clumps of stiff, slender, upright, blue green blades. Good for containers. Evergreen. Cut back in late winter.


Knautia macedonica
Common Name: Knautia

Long lasting 1" purple-red pincushion-like flowers are borne on wiry stems over gray-green foliage. Great in a perennial border or wildflower garden. Makes a nice cut or dried flower. May be short-lived, but will self sow.


Kniphofia hirsuta 'Fire Dance'
Common Name: Red Hot Poker

Low-growing clumps of grassy blue-green foliage produce spikes of tubular blooms that turn from coral-red to yellow in summer to early fall. Good for smaller gardens. Deer resistant. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Kniphofia uvaria 'Border Ballet'
Common Name: Red Hot Poker

Spikes of red, pink, yellow, orange, or creamy pastel tubular blooms. Bold, arching clumps of long, narrow, evergreen foliage. Deer resistant. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Kniphofia uvaria 'Flamenco'
Common Name: Red Hot Poker

Spikes of tubular flowers that may be yellow, red, or orange. Bold, arching clumps of long, narrow, evergreen foliage. Deer resistant. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Kniphofia uvaria 'Pfitzer Hybrids'
Common Name: Red Hot Poker

Stout stems topped with tubular flowers in shades of red, orange, and yellow over thick green foliage. Deer resistant. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.


Kniphofia x 'Poco Orange'
Common Name: Red Hot Poker

Compact plants have grassy foliage and bright, burnished-orange bloom clusters tipped in red. This deciduous variety is very long-blooming. Award winner. Good plant for the deep South.


Kniphofia x 'Poco Red'
Common Name: Red Hot Poker

Compact plants have grassy foliage and bright, coral-red bloom clusters loved by hummingbirds. This deciduous variety is very long-blooming. Award winner. Good plant for the deep South.


Kosteletzkya virginica
Common Name: Seashore Mallow

Well-branched plants have hairy stems and leaves. Red stems carry soft pink, 2"-3" blooms, each with a long central column of yellow stamens, similar to hibiscus. Native.


Lamiastrum galeobdolon 'Florentinum'
Common Name: Golden Dead Nettle "Archangel"

Rapidly growing, evergreen groundcover with a trailing habit. Silver centered leaves with light green edges. Attractive, hooded yellow flowers. One of the few plants that will grow under trees and in very dry areas. Deer resistant.


Lamiastrum galeobdolon 'Herman's Pride'
Common Name: Golden Dead Nettle

1 1/4" leaves are heavily streaked with silver. Forms clumps or mounds that are not invasive. Good for edging. Attractive hooded yellow flowers. One of the few plants that will grow under trees and in very dry areas. Deer resistant.


Lamium maculatum 'Chequers'
Common Name: Spotted Dead Nettle

Heart-shaped green foliage with small silver markings in the center. Hooded lavender-purple flowers. Best Lamium for humid areas. Deer resistant. Cool season plant.


Lamium maculatum 'Purple Dragon'
Common Name: Dead Nettle

Whorls of hooded, large true purple flowers stand out against silver foliage edged in green. Makes a great groundcover for shade. Deer resistant. Cool season plant. Plant patented.


Lamium maculatum 'Red Nancy'
Common Name: Spotted Dead Nettle

Silvery white heart-shaped foliage is edged and backed with green. Whorls of hooded, lavender-rose flowers. Makes a great groundcover for shade. Deer resistant. Cool season plant.


Lamium maculatum 'Shell Pink'
Common Name: Spotted Dead Nettle

Beautiful green heart-shaped leaves with a white diamond in the center. Pale pink flowers from April until frost. Makes a great groundcover for shade. Deer resistant. Cool season plant.


Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy'
Common Name: Spotted Dead Nettle

Handsome silver heart-shaped foliage is edged in green and boasts long lasting white flowers. Makes a great groundcover for shade. Deer resistant. Cool season plant.


Lantana camara 'Ham and Eggs'
Common Name: Lantana

A sterile cultivar that has clusters of deep pink flowers with a central pattern of soft yellow blooms with a darker yellow eye. This hardy heirloom variety has been passed along for generations in the Southeast and survives in at least zone 7b.


Lantana camara 'Miss Huff'
Common Name: Lantana

Showy orange, yellow and pink flowerheads are borne in profusion throughout the summer up until frost. Reliably hardy Lantana that lights up the summer garden. Choose its site wisely as 'Miss Huff' can reach up to 10' across where happy!


Lantana x camara 'Chapel Hill Yellow'
Common Name: Lantana

Clusters of showy, bright yellow blooms appear all summer. Dark green, leathery foliage forms layered, broad, low mounds. Introduced by Mike Dirr (of woody plants fame), in honor of his daughter, Susy, who died of cystic fibrosis in 2008. Patented.


Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'
Common Name: English Lavender

Old fashioned fragrant shrubby plant has silvery-gray leaves and erect spikes of lavender flowers. Attractive to butterflies. Evergreen. Deer resistant. Long blooming.


Lavandula x intermedia 'Dilly Dilly'
Common Name: Lavender

Compact, silver-gray foliage with extremely fragrant, violet-blue flower spikes. Attractive to butterflies. Evergreen. Deer resistant. Long blooming.


Lavandula x intermedia 'Grosso'
Common Name: Lavender

Relatively compact plants with strong stems of deep violet blooms in midsummer. Vigorous and disease resistant plants hold up well in summer heat and humidity. Heavy oil producer. Attractive to butterflies. Evergreen. Deer resistant. Long blooming.


Lavandula x intermedia 'Hidcote Superior'
Common Name: Lavender

Selected for its deep violet flowers and compact silvery-gray foliage. Attractive to butterflies. Evergreen. Deer resistant. Long blooming.


Lavandula x intermedia 'Phenomenal'
Common Name: Lavender

Uniform plants have remarkable fragrance and bright purple flowers over silvery green foliage. Exceptional winter hardiness! Great in the garden and wonderful for cutting, for oils, and cooking. Plant patented.


Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence'
Common Name: Lavender

Tall variety with gray-green leaves and light purple flowers. Better humidity tolerance than other cultivars. Evergreen. Deer resistant. Attractive to butterflies. Long blooming.


Leptinella gruveri
Common Name: Miniature Brass Button

Tiny serrated leaves send out runners to form a rugged carpet of soft green. Plants spread indefinitely by rhizomes/runners. Excellent between pavers. This plant is so dense that it can withstand car traffic 1-2 times a day. Heavy foot traffic. Space on 8" centers.


Leptinella potentillina
Common Name: Brass Buttons

Looking like clumps of miniature ferns, the pewter-tinted green 1/1/2"-2" long leaves make a cute, quickly spreading groundcover. The tiny yellow blooms are usually unnoticed. Takes moderate foot traffic. Space on 8" centers.


Leptinella squalida
Common Name: New Zealand Brass Buttons

Gray-green, ferny creeper that sports small yellow button flowers in summer. Leaves turn bronze in autumn. Nice between pavers and great for bonsai soil cover. Moderate foot traffic. Space on 8" centers.


Leptinella squalida 'Platt's Black'
Common Name: Black Brass Buttons

Beautiful bronze/black, fern-like foliage creeps to form a soft, fuzzy mat. Small yellow flowers go unnoticed. Great look for entryways, courtyards, pathways or as a lawn substitute. Adaptable to most soil. Moderate foot traffic. Space on 8" centers.


Leucanthemum maximum 'Cher'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Playful white blooms have shaggy petals and bright yellow centers. Sturdy stems and profuse bloom make it great for cutting as well as containers and the border. Sweet Daisy series. Plant patent applied for.


Leucanthemum vulgare 'Filagran'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Pure white, 2" flowers are borne on sturdy stems that start blooming in April. The earliest Leucanthemum to bloom. Unusual feathery foliage. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers.


Leucanthemum vulgare 'May Queen'
Common Name: Oxeye Daisy

3" single white daisies are borne on sturdy stems. Vigorous grower and early bloomer. Reblooms if cut back. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Becky'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Shiny green leaves that hold up well in heat and humidity. Large, single white daisies in summer are held on sturdy stems. PPA "Plant of the Year" 2003. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Brightside'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Selected from 'Becky', this cultivar is reputed to retain its lower leaves better than some other varieties. Pure white single flowers appear in summer over disease resistant foliage. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Crazy Daisy'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Double, 2" white blooms that have a fluffy appearance are borne on sturdy stems. Some flowers may be single. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Freak'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Blooms have fluffy white petals that surround large, yellow button centers. Deep green foliage. Deadheading will keep this one blooming for a long season. Award winner. Plant patented.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Goldfinch'
Common Name: Daisy
The "yellowest flowering Shasta daisy ever" with lemon yellow petals and golden yellow centers. The frilly, semi-double blooms are darker and longer lasting than 'Banana Cream'. Blooms slowly age to creamy ivory. Plant patented.

Leucanthemum x superbum 'Silver Spoons'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Award winning variety that sports novel, spoon-like, pure white petals. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Snow Lady'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Single 2 1/2" white flowers are borne on sturdy stems. Dwarf variety. Long blooming, especially if kept deadheaded. Attractive to butterflies. Great cut flowers. Compact form holds up better to adverse weather. than do tall varieties.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'Snowcap'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Loads of snow-white single shasta daisies on compact mounds of dark green spoon-shaped foliage. These hold up well to wind and rain due to their compact form.


Leucanthemum x superbum 'White Magic'
Common Name: Shasta Daisy

Large white, semi-double daisies with golden yellow centers appear from late spring through summer. Great for cutting. Deadhead for best appearance.


Liatris aspera
Common Name: Gayfeather

Flower spikes in late summer sport 1" lavender tassel-like flowers. Coarser texture than Liatris spicata. Seeds are a real treat for goldfinches. Native plants, they are drought tolerant and attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant.


Liatris ligulistylis
Common Name: Large-headed Gayfeather

Large purple flowers surround the tall, upright spike with the terminal flower being the largest. Blooms July to September. Drought tolerant and attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Long blooming and will rebloom if cut back. Plants will stay shorter in poorer, drier soils.


Liatris microcephala
Common Name: Gayfeather / Grassy Blazing Star

Fine, shiny, deep green grassy foliage sends up numerous spikes of rosy purple flowers in late summer. Native plants that are drought tolerant and attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Long blooming and may rebloom if cut back.


Liatris microcephala 'White Sprite'
Common Name: Gayfeather

Multiple stems of fine, feathery, shiny leaves are heavily sprinkled with starry white bloom tufts in late summer to early fall. Attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Long blooming and may rebloom if cut back.


Liatris punctata
Common Name: Dotted Gayfeather

Light purple spikes of fluffy blooms attract butterflies galore. A short-grass prairie native, it is deep-rooted and long-lived and very drought-tolerant. Grassy leaves are covered with tiny dots of resin, hence the name.


Liatris pycnostachya
Common Name: Prairie Blazing Star
Plants are upright and clump-forming. Rounded, fluffy flower heads up to 3/4" across are dark rose-purple. Narrow, strap-like leaves form a tuft at the base with smaller leaves up the stems. A favorite of butterflies, bees, hummingbirds and finches.

Liatris spicata
Common Name: Dense Blazing Star

Attractive rosy lavender flower spikes make excellent vertical accents in the garden. Native plants, they are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Long blooming and will rebloom if cut back.


Liatris spicata 'Floristan White'
Common Name: Gayfeather / Blazing Star

Creamy white flowers. Nice selection for southern gardens. Native plants, they are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Long blooming and will rebloom if cut back.


 
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