Perennials return every year to provide spectacular color and texture, which will fill your borders
and garden beds. Once established they are low maintenance and most can be divided, so you can share with
This year we will have some outstanding new perennials such as hibiscus "Turn of the Century" (bottom right),
tree peonies (middle left), and a hollyhock which is a true perennial not a biennial. So why not add a new perennial
to your garden.
We also carry the traditional ironclad perennials such as coneflower, salvia, black-eye susan, hosta, grasses, etc.