Native to open, hot plains, this drought tolerant and adaptable wildflower boasts beautiful bright red daisy-like flowers with bronze-to-yellow colored tips that are up to three inches in diameter. Thrives in heat and provides a continual supply of bright and cheerful cut flowers throughout the summer.
Deep rose-pink buds open to reveal pale pink, heart-shaped blooms which dance charmingly above the ferny, gray-green foliage. This selection is everblooming, flowering most freely in spring and continuing throughout the summer and into fall.
Cherry red, heart-shaped blooms dance charmingly above spreading mounds of ferny, blue-green foliage. This selection is everblooming, flowering most freely in spring and continuing throughout the summer and into fall.
A classic charmer! One of the oldest but still irreplaceable perennials in cultivation. Old-fashioned Bleeding Hearts form large, bushy clumps of powdery-green foliage comprised of cut or lobed leaves on fleshy stems. In late spring, chains of puffy heart-shaped flowers with rose-pink petals and white tips dangle beneath the arching, leafless stems.
Valentine Bleeding Heart is one of the few Bleeding Hearts that is actually red in color. The plant is spectacular with red heart shaped flowers dangling from long arching stems. These flowers are great for attracting hummingbirds in the garden.
Gorgeous, plump, navy-blue buds open to vivid, periwinkle blue, star shaped flowers in late spring. Flowers are borne in clusters at the end of each stem. Bright green, compact, clumping foliage forms the perfect background for the delightful blossoms and then turns a rich shade of yellow in fall.
A sight to behold! The leaves of 'Jack Frost' are intricately detailed with a crackle-like finish. Though the leaves are dark green, they have a heavily frosted overlay which allows only the green veining to show through. From mid to late spring, baby blue, forget-me-not type blossoms are held in clusters several inches above the shimmering foliage. The effect is breathtaking.
The first Buddleia ever to offer two completely different colors on the same inflorescence! Fragrant, lavender and butterscotch yellow flowers blend together for a fascinating bi-color effect. Panicles grow up to 10 inches long and show up well against the clean gray-green foliage. Compact growth habit.
A classic Buddleia. This variety has long been treasured for its showy panicles of very dark violet to dark purple flowers which appear over a long period from late summer into fall. The long, gray-green leaves and tall, upright stems form a large shrub which can grow up to 10' tall. 'Black Knight' has proven to be a vigorous grower and a very hardy selection.
Reddish-purple flower spikes strike your garden with spectacular summer color! The variegated creamy golden and green foliage is an added splash of color behind these vibrant flowers. The terrific fragrance attracts butterflies.
Silvery, willow-like foliage and a compact habit are the signature qualities of the Nanho group. If you are looking for a smaller, less wild-looking Buddleia, this is the one for you. The silvery leaves provide the perfect backdrop for the soft lavender-blue flower panicles. Though the blooms are slightly smaller than other Buddleias, the shear numbers in which they are produced more than compensate for this.
Eye-catching royal purple-red flower panicles are deliciously fragrant and average 6-12 inches long. This variety is noted for being full of vigor and very floriferous. It has a compact, upright habit.
One of the most commonly requested butterfly bushes is the royal red. The royal red butterfly bush, instead of red as one would expect, has brilliant violet flowers that bloom from mid-summer. The royal red butterfly bush is hardy in zones five through nine, and is widely adaptable as far as soil goes.
A lovely rosy-pink blooming Butterfly Bush! You will enjoy large, conical, fragrant trusses that make gorgeous cut flowers. This beauty is fast growing, yet compact with gently curving branches. Blooms June through early October .
Large flower cones of medium to dark purple, bloom profusely from June to September. A deciduous open branching shrub bearing dark green leaves with silvery undersides. Blossoms are a vital butterfly nectar source and slightly fragrant.
A virtually hassle-free perennial, offering three months of vanilla-scented, rose-pink flowers in large, compact clusters from midsummer to early fall. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.
Hello Yellow Butterfly Flower produces many golden yellow, flat-topped flower clusters in early June. Flowering goes on for many weeks. Green pods full of seeds with silky white hairs follow the flowers. This is an essential plant if you want to attract a variety of butterflies to your property, especially monarchs.
Lovely, creamy white flowers make this a real eye catcher for a butterfly's eyes! This beautiful native prairie plant produces tight clusters of fragrant flowers in midsummer. This attractive milkweed also makes an excellent, long lived cut flower.
A virtually hassle free perennial! The tangerine blooms (sometimes in shades of red or yellow) appear early summer and last through to late summer. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, Monarch butterflies, bees and other beneficial insects.