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Lots of Colorful Annuals and Perennials in store now!  
Come look at all the colorful 
Annuals we have left!
Impatiens
 
Marigolds
Petunias
Begonias

 

There is a perfect perennial for every site in your garden. The difficult task is to narrow down the choices. Please note that this is just a sampling of the many perennials we carry. For help with your selection, please ask our qualified personnel for assistance. 
Perennial Butterfly Garden 
The most important consideration in laying out a butterfly garden is the knowledge that butterflies will only visit flowers that grow in full sun. Butterflies prefer flowers that point upward with heads of small clumped flowers or flowers with broad petals on which they can land to rest.

Bee Balm * Black-eyed Susan * Blanket Flower * Cardinal Flower * Coneflower * Tickseed * Liatris * Joe Pye Weed * Phlox * Salvia * Veronica
Deer Resistant Perennials 
Deer will eat any vegetation when hungry, but there are certain plants that are less susceptible to deer damage.

Black-eyed Susan * Bleeding Heart * Coneflower * Dead Nettle * Euphorbia * Foxglove * Lamb's Ear * Lavender * Russian Sage * Salvia * Yarrow
Shade Perennials
 
It is important to consider the amount of light available during the growing season. Full shade is considered as less than 2 hours of direct sun. Buildings and tree growth prevent anything but dappled light from reaching the ground.

Astilbe * Bleeding Heart * Bugleweed * Columbine * Coral Bells * Hosta * Rose Mallow * Virginia Bluebells
Perennials for Dry Areas
 
Although all plants need water when developing their root systems and during periods of extended drought, these plants are drought tolerant once they are established.

Black-eyed Susan * Blanket Flower * Coneflower * Daylily * Lamb's Ear * Lavender * Russian Sage * Tickseed * Yarrow
Perennials for Wet Areas
 
One of the biggest challenges is poorly drained soil. Poor drainage is often responsible for plants not thriving or even dying. Growing conditions should be improved before planting anything, but these plants will tolerate wet conditions.

Astilbe * Balloon Flower * Bellflower * Cardinal Flower * Rose Mallow * Spiderwort
For more information on perennials for your garden, visit our Tips & Info page.

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