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Perennial Flowers

Coming back, year after year, perennials are a wonderful way to grow a beautiful, easy care yard. They only get more full and beautiful with time.

  • Mexican Hat - Red Midget

    Mexican Hat - Red Midget

    Ratibida Columnaris Red Midget. Also known as prairie coneflower, this beautiful wildflower can be seen along the roadsides in the American southwest.  It naturalizes easily and is a heavy bloomer with hundreds of flowers on a well established plant...

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  • Bee Balm

    Bee Balm

    Also known as Monarda or Bergamot, Bee Balm is an aromatic herb native to eastern North America.  Used to treat rashes, wounds, indigestion and nausea.  It is best grown in full sun, but can tolerate some shade.  It is an excellent flower...

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  • Gaillardia - Perennial

    Gaillardia - Perennial

    Gaillardia blooms in mid to late summer with beautiful daisy-like flowers.  They are easy to grow.   30 inches tall.  Hardy to zone 3.   Minimum of 50 seeds per packet.

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  • Dianthus, Sweet William Single Mix

    Dianthus, Sweet William Single Mix

    Also known as cottage pinks or carnations, these delightful perennial flowers have a wonderful fragrance and are very attractive to bees, butterflies and birds.    14 inches tall.  Hardy to zone 4.   Minimum of 75 seeds per packet.

    $2.75
  • Four O'Clock

    Four O'Clock

    Also known as Marvel of Peru, these are wonderful little flowers that were thought to have been exported from the Andes in 1540.  They open up in the late afternoon and have a wonderful fragrance.  The flowers are unique in that several colors...

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  • Hollyhock, Queenie Series Mix

    Hollyhock, Queenie Series Mix

    Alcea rosea Queenie Series Mix.  Hollyhocks are beautiful, old fashioned, flowering biennials.  Queenie Series Mix stays fairly short, only 24 inches tall, with a central stem and lots of large flowers on it.   Hardy to zone 4, 24 inches...

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  • Hollyhock, Indian Spring Hollyhock, Indian Spring

    Hollyhock, Indian Spring

    Alcea rosea Indian Spring.  Hollyhocks are beautiful, old fashioned, flowering biennials.  Indian Spring grows to about 50 inches tall, with a central stem with numerous large flowers on it.  What a wonderful backdrop to a summer flower...

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  • Shasta Daisy, Alaska

    Shasta Daisy, Alaska

    Leucanthemum superbum alaska.  Bright and cheerful, Shasta daisies are hardy perennials that form densce groups once established.  They prefer full sun to partial shade and bloom in June and July. They make for a wonderful cut flower as well...

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  • Chamomile, Roman

    Chamomile, Roman

    Chamaemelum nobile. 6 inches. Also known as 'lawn chamomile', this has beautiful, small, white, daisy-like flowers that can be used as a fragrant ground cover.  Minimum of 200 seeds per packet.

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