These scarlet red lavender flowers are produced upon a lush, wide spreading carpet of bluish green. The flowers, which may almost entirely cover the foliage appear late spring to summer and have an attractive fragrance.
A colorful carpet of dainty flowers in shades of cherry, rose, deep red and white.
The velvety blood red flowers with a white eye perfume the landscape with a delicious, clove scent.
Fragrant, magenta pink blossoms are produced prolifically over low, silvery blue mats of evergreen foliage. Often reblooms in the fall.
Am amazingly cold hardy plant with fragrant flowers from spring to frost. The tall 15" spikes of flowers emerge white, change to light pink, and then to dark pink. Incredibly easy to grow in a wide range of conditions. Foliage looks good in the winter.
A low spreading mound of bronzy green leaves that produces bright ruby red flowers in late spring.
20 in. double hardy garden carnations with large flowers on long stiff stems. Good for cutting or background planting. Will attract hummingbirds.
Scented flowers of the richest, deepest crimson atop dark green leaves tinged with purple.
Large fringed and deeply divided lacy petals perfume the landscape with a sweet fragrance. Blooms range in colors of red, carmine-pink, white and lavender, each with deep rose colored centers and outlined in white. Flowers contrast beautifully with the blue-green foliage.
Brilliant, tiny, double pink flowers are borne above a charming cushion of 1" foliage. A perfect dwarf plant or groundcover for a sunny area, or tucked into nooks and crannies.
Sweetly, clove scented flowers have a velvety or satiny sheen. Continuous yellow flowers bloom from mid June to August on 1 foot tall plants.
Useful for adding broad swathes of color to the landscape, this selection produces a blanket of vibrant deep rose red blossoms in early summer. Dark green, evergreen foliage forms a dense clump and takes on purplish tones in the winter.
Useful for adding broad swathes of color to the landscape, this selection produces a blanket of bright, salmon pink flowers in early summer. Dark green, evergreen foliage takes on a purple tone in winter.
Yellowish-white flowers surrounded by stars of flannel-textured, gray-white bracts.
Profuse, button-like flowers with rose-pink ray petals, bloom in late spring to early summer. Forms a colorful, low-growing carpet.
English Daisies are one of spring's delightful perennial flowers for the garden. Mouthwatering, dwarf compact, plants smothered with deep pink pom-pom flower heads, changing to white as they open.
Evening Spice is an HGTV exclusive perennial. Evening Spice has clumps of large leaves in the color of orange. In spring, shades of apricot orange with burgundy center blotches. When the weather starts to get warmer, foliage darkens. Summer and fall colors are coppery orange.
Showy indigo-blue flowers are carried on spikes atop dense, bushy mounds of attractive soft blue-green foliage. Flowers are followed by black seed pods which remain attractive well into winter. Lovely cut flower.
Elegant spikes of creamy yellow blooms grace tidy blue green foliage in early summer. Long-blooming and tough, a dazzling addition to the native plant palette.
Strongly upright, charcoal grey stems support the grey-green foliage and smoky violet flower spikes. Blooms from mid to late spring.
Bright golden yellow, daisy-like flowers with a mahogany eye, atop dark purple-red stems add a cheery presence to your garden in midsummer. The mature flowers are all-yellow, contrasting nicely against the green foliage with a purple-red tinge.
A beautiful, carefree perennial. 'Summer Sun' puts on a show of semi-double, 2-3 inch wide, bright gold flowers all summer long.
This selection is rapidly becoming one of the most popular garden ferns. Lustrous orange, newly emerging fronds seem to glow against the backdrop of the shiny, dark green, mature fronds. The sori, which are produced in fall, are bright red.
Cinnamon fern is a regal, upright, vase-shaped fern with lustrous green fronds. Showy, spore-bearing, stiff, fertile fronds appear in early spring and turn quickly bright cinnamon-brown, hence its common name.
Frosted apple green fronds emit a ghostly white light in the shade. Dark purple stems hold the fronds rigidly upright. This selection is taller than many other Athyriums.
One of the most colorful ferns for the garden, the Japanese Painted Fern has silvery-gray fronds which are dusty purple towards the center. They are set off by the purplish-red veins and stems. Low, mounding habit.
Dark green, lacy, upright fronds surround the burgundy red stems. New fronds arise gracefully from the crown all season long, keeping the plants looking fresh all season long.
A pretty and delicate fern. Wiry purple-brown petioles and feathery, circular fronds that grown outward in a flat, fan-like position.
One of the largest and most popular ferns in cultivation today. The dark green, pinnate fronds are shaped like ostrich plumes, being much wider at the top and tapering down to a bare stipe.
Festival Star offers clouds of small white flowers floating above densely branched plants from May through October. Compact form. Good used as a cut or dried flower.
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