Perennials

Perennials

Perennials reach maturity in as little as two seasons. A well-chosen selection rapidly forms a fine tableau of textures and colors, both foliage and flowers providing visual interest for months. They can be featured as specimen plants, massed in a traditional herbaceous border, or interspersed with shrubs, annuals, and biennials in a mixed border. For variety, they can be cultivated in containers or window boxes, or grown among fruit and vegetables in a kitchen garden.

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 Evergreen Wisteria
An attractive Asian vine that does resemble Wisteria (but is not in fact a Wisteria) and has dark purple-red flower clusters that are held above the foliage. A good fast-growing vine for the large arbor, pergola, or chain link fence.  ..
$35.00
Agapanthus (Lily of the Nile)
An evergreen perennial forming a clamp of arching strap-like leaves to 18"-24" high. Deep ocean blue flower clusters rise 2' above foliage in summer. Excellent in containers.  ..
$6.00
Asparagus Fern (Sprengeri)
A very popular evergreen with delicate, bright green or yellow green, needle-like leaves. Tiny thorns present despite soft appearance of plant. Small waxy white flowers are scattered throughout plant. ..
$1.99
Azalea - Coral Bell
Free-flowering, evergreen dwarf azalea (Ku) with small leaves. In midseason, bears small trusses of hose-in-hose, deep pink flowers, 1½ inch across, shaded a delicate silvery rose-pink. ..
$8.99
Azalea - Delaware Valley White
Upright, open, evergreen shrub with medium, elliptic, olive-green leaves. In midseason, bears loose trusses of open funnel-shaped, fragrant, cream to pale yellow flowers, 3in across, with light pink shading. ..
$8.99
Azalea - Purple Formosa
In spring, this Azalea blooms a rich purple flower. This emerald evergreen has a vigorously upright growth habit reaching heights of 6 -8 feet, but often trimmed at 4 feet. Formosa Azalea can be useful in the landscape along woodland borders, in mass plantings, in foundation plantings, as a buffer or screen, as a background, in shrub borders, ar..
$8.99
Azalea - Red Formosa
In spring, this Azalea blooms a rich red flower. This emerald evergreen has a vigorously upright growth habit reaching heights of 6 -8 feet, but often trimmed at 4 feet. It is ideally used as a screen, accent, hedge, and highlight areas. ..
$8.99
Burning Bush (Dwarf)
A compact, slow-growing, and deciduous shrub. It forms a dense, twiggy, and flat-topped mound. the dark green leaves turn a brilliant rose-red in fall. Excellent as a background, screen, or accent against darker evergreens.  ..
$12.99
Butterfly Bush
Hardy, deciduous, summer-blooming shrub 5'-10' tall. It bears an exciting array of spectacular flower spikes. may have some die-back in Northern areas.  ..
$10.99
Cast-Iron
A tough and popular foliage plant for foundation plannings or interior use. Evergreen leaves to 2 feet tall and 4 inch wide arise from underground stems.  ..
$10.00
Chrysanthemum
Chrysanthemum or mums liven up the fading fall garden with handsome flowers of nearly all shades and colors. Some varieties have daisy blooms; others may be rounded globes, flat, fringed, quill shape, or spoon shape. They work exceptionally well in container plantings and pots. ..
$4.00
Cleyera - Japanese (Sakaki)
Cleyera japonica (Sakaki) is an upright evergreen shrub with small, delightfully fragrant, creamy, white flowers in mid summer, often followed by small round black fruits. Plant in cool full sun to light shade with well-drained soil and give regular irrigation. In the Shinto religion this tree is particularly sacred and given the name sakaki.&nb..
$8.99
Crape Myrtle - Natches White
Natchez crape myrtle trees grow quickly to over 20' at maturity with leaves that change to red-orange in the Fall. Natchez crape myrtle makes a great ornamental shrub with its dark exfoliating bark and huge pure white flowers that last up to 4 months. The leaves turn red-orange during the Fall and the blooms are a beautiful white color. The whit..
$15.00
Euonymus - Golden
Moderate to rapid growing, compact, and well-branched shrub. It has shiny green leaves with wide, irregular, and bright gold margins. Extremely showy as individual specimen or formal hedges.  ..
$12.99
Fig - Celeste
The Celeste fig is small, brown to purple in color and adapted to most southern states. The tree is large, vigorous and very productive. Celeste usually does not have a Breba crop; the main crop ripens in mid-June before the main crop of other fig varieties. Celeste fruit has a tightly closed eye which inhibits the entry of the dried fruit beetl..
$12.99