The brilliant red and bright pink umbels of this Achillea are so easy to grow.
Deer Resistant Perennials
With frilly chartreuse flowers, Alchemilla will light up your shadiest garden
Delicate and intricate in design, Aquilegia Heavenly Blue’s color is true to name.
With long tails, Aquilegia McKana Giant is a Hummingbird favorite.
The low growing Campanula Carpatica Blue is perfect for garden edging.
The upward facing bells of Campanula Carpatica White bloom continuously.
Tiny purple bells sit on top of the stems of Campanula Glomerata.
These porcelain blue flowers of the Campanula Persicifolia cover the long stems.
Pure luminescent white star shaped bells are on sturdy stems with tidy foliage.
These frilly blue flowers of the perennial Centaurea cornflower are easy to grow.
The silver foliage and white blossoms of Cerastium makes a pretty ground cover.
Here’s a cheery flowered Coreopsis with single petals and a deep red center.
Yellow rays of sunshine, this Coreopsis has showy, large, double petal flowers.
A colorful edging plant, Dianthus Alpinus blooms on low spreading leaves.
Traditional cottage pinks, Dianthus Ideal dapple the garden with a flurry of color.
A traditional cottage garden flower, Sweet William is also a great cut flower.
The huge pink tubular bells of Digitalis Camelot will bloom the first year.
With upward facing bells, Digitalis Candy Mountain allows an easy view inside.
The earliest blooming, Digitalis Dalmatian comes in a great mix of colors.
The traditional Foxglove, Excelsior is the one we see around old cottages.
The moonlight yellow foxglove of Digitalis Primrose Carousel is a true perennial.
With silvery foliage and white bells, Silver Fox Digitalis is a garden jewel.
The Digitalis Sugar Plum bells were bred with the deepest colored throats of all.
A vibrant mix of colors, Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit brings your garden to life.
Echinacea Pow Wow has the boldest pink you'll ever find in the Echinacea family.
A prairie beauty, Echinacea Feeling Pink was made for the hot dry conditions.
The pure white petals of Echinacea Primadonna White bloom all summer.
With steel blue globular flowers, Echinops Blue Glow attracts the butterflies.
The blue glittering flowers Eryngium Blue Glitter is one of the best cut flowers.
The Gaillardia Mesa Bicolors are excellent garden performers all summer long.
In a pretty peach, Gaillardia Mesa Peach blankets your garden in color.
With red hot colors Gaillardia Mesa Red perks up the garden where you need it.
Heuchera is a favorite of Hummingbirds. They love to feed on the tiny bells.
With beautiful foliage, Heuchera Palace Purple grows in deep dark shade.
Who can resist the beautiful perfume of lavender? Try Lavender Ellagance!
You can pick and dry bunches of Lavender Hidcote for a fragrant decoration.
Abundantly fragrant, Lavender Lavance will hold its color through the season.
The vibrant red flowers of Lobelia Red Cardinal are irresistible to Hummingbirds.
The summer blooms of Lobelia Great Blue attract butterflies and loves shade.
The torch-like blooms of Lupine Gallery Blue is a choice cottage garden flower.
You can count on the Lupine Gallery Red to be a Hummingbird magnet.
The Lupine Gallery Yellow makes your garden bright and songbirds happy.
Here’s a colorful mix of your Lupine colors for you and the butterflies to enjoy.
A victorian plant, Lychnis sparkles with magenta flowers and silvery leaves.
Monarda’s spectacular display of flowers is irresistible to Hummingbirds.
You’ll love the colors of Poppy Fruit Punch when it bursts open in the spring.
Spectacular classic red Poppies that display 8-inch flowers with black centers.
A shorter and stronger version of a Poppy, Pizzicato comes in lovely colors.
Your most traditional Poppy is the Prince of Orange and it’s the easiest to grow.
With scented leaves and blue flowers, Perovskia provides a long season of bloom.
A wonderful cut flower, Physotegia Rose Queen also can fill in a hard to grow area.
Resembling inflated balloons, Platycodon blossom into five pointed stars.
Blooming early, Primrose beckons the beginning of the warm season.
Shower your garden with color all season long with Rudbeckia Cappuccino.
Here’s cherry red version of Rudbeckia, the classic American flower.
The best way to fill up a garden area quickly is with lovely Rudbeckia Goldsturm.
The flowers are enormous and Rudbeckia Indian Summer is great for cutting.
Salvia New Dimension Blue is a really hard worker but you don’t have to do any of it!
Salvia New Dimension Rose takes the heat and the hummingbirds love the them.
The Shasta Daisy is simple and classic and easily fit into everyone's garden.