What's In Bloom

We still have some wonderful Annual performers but Late-summer Perennials really steal the show!

There are weeks to go before a killing frost. Add a few new annuals at a savings to fill holes from spent perennials. When you have a variety of flower types and colors for your perennial borders, you attract and support the broadest range of beneficial insects and birds in your gardens. So, pick up some new perennials now while the selection is still good.

Annuals for Full Sun

These annuals will provide color until frost when receiving more than 6 hours of direct sunlight.

All of these are now 50% off!

Click to see a selection of plants still available.

This hyssop isn't quite hardy enough for our Zone 5 winters.  Great for the pollinators until frost though.

This hyssop isn't quite hardy enough for our Zone 5 winters. Great for the pollinators until frost though.

Perennials for August-September

The beauty of perennials is they grow into their space over several seasons. Most do not bloom 'all summer' so plant some with different bloom times as well as interesting foliage to be a 'back-up singer' to later stars. Some will expand through trailing rhizomes or spreading roots while others spread from the center into ever larger clumps. When they've gone beyond your 'boundaries' you can divide them and put them elsewhere in your garden or off to a friend's.
Click to see some of our perennials that look great now through September.

Native Agastache buzzes with bees all day long.

Native Agastache buzzes with bees all day long.

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