Perennials

Graceful Gardens Perennials
 

About Our Perennials

Perennials bloom year after year It's what we love about perennials! With planning and garden preparation you can create a blooming perennial landscape for years to come. There is no need to replant a perennial. In the spring, you'll see the perennials green growth coming back each in their own time. And like it's green growth, each perennial has its own bloom time and many perennials bloom all summer long. With planning, you will have a constant succession of perennial blooms to enjoy from early spring through late autumn. We've picked the perennials that are easy to grow and fill your garden with an abundance of blooms fast. Most of our perennials will bloom the very first year. Perennials can be mixed with your Delphinium and Annual plant packs in your tray. 

Growing Perennials

Because the idea behind growing perennials is to have a garden that comes back every year and does not need to be replanted, it is important to prepare your soil well the first time. It is worth the initial effort to give your perennials a good start so that it will be an everlasting one. Your perennial plant should be grown in a rich organic matter for the best drainage and nutrients. Always dig a more than accommodating hole for your perennials. Cover the perennials rootball and press it firmly in. Keep the perennials watered until they are established but don't overdue it. It's a small but worthwhile effort!

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Our Perennial Plants​ For Sale

Achillea Flower Burst Red Shades
240.

The brilliant red and bright pink umbels of this Achillea are so easy to grow.

Alchemilla “Thriller”
250.

With frilly chartreuse flowers, Alchemilla will light up your shadiest garden

Aquilegia Heavenly Blue
328.

Delicate and intricate in design, Aquilegia Heavenly Blue’s color is true to name.

Aquilegia McKana Giant Mix
330.

With long tails, Aquilegia McKana Giant is a Hummingbird favorite. 

Campanula Carpatica Blue
372.

The low growing Campanula Carpatica Blue is perfect for garden edging.

Campanula Carpatica White Clips
380.

The upward facing bells of Campanula Carpatica White bloom continuously.

Campanula Glomerata "Clustered Bell Flower"
390.

Tiny purple bells sit on top of the stems of Campanula Glomerata.

Campanula Persicifolia Blue
400.

These porcelain blue flowers of the Campanula Persicifolia cover the long stems.

Campanula Persicifolia White
410.

Pure luminescent white star shaped bells are on sturdy stems with tidy foliage. 

Centaurea Montana
420.

These frilly blue flowers of the perennial Centaurea cornflower are easy to grow.

Cerastium Silver Carpet
430.

The silver foliage and white blossoms of Cerastium makes a pretty ground cover.

Coreopsis Sunfire
450.

Here’s a cheery flowered Coreopsis with single petals and a deep red center. 

Coreopsis Early Sunrise
460.

Yellow rays of sunshine, this Coreopsis has showy, large, double petal flowers.

Dianthus Alpinus
468.

A colorful edging plant, Dianthus Alpinus blooms on low spreading leaves.

Dianthus Ideal
470.

Traditional cottage pinks, Dianthus Ideal dapple the garden with a flurry of color.

Dianthus Sweet William Hollandia
472.

A traditional cottage garden flower, Sweet William is also a great cut flower.

Digitalis Camelot
500.

The huge pink tubular bells of Digitalis Camelot will bloom the first year.

Digitalis Candy Mountain
510.

With upward facing bells, Digitalis Candy Mountain allows an easy view inside.

Digitalis Dalmatian Mix
511.

The earliest blooming, Digitalis Dalmatian comes in a great mix of colors.

Digitalis Excelsior
520.

The traditional Foxglove, Excelsior is the one we see around old cottages.

About Digitalis Primrose Carousal
560.

The moonlight yellow foxglove of Digitalis Primrose Carousel is a true perennial.

Digitalis Silver Fox
563.

With silvery foliage and white bells, Silver Fox Digitalis is a garden jewel.

Digitalis Sugar Plum
564.

The Digitalis Sugar Plum bells were bred with the deepest colored throats of all.

Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit
566.

A vibrant mix of colors, Echinacea Cheyenne Spirit brings your garden to life.

Echinacea Pow Wow Wild Berry
567.

Echinacea Pow Wow has the boldest pink you'll ever find in the Echinacea family.

Echinacea Feeling Pink
568.

A prairie beauty, Echinacea Feeling Pink was made for the hot dry conditions. 

Echinacea Primadonna White
581.

The pure white petals of Echinacea Primadonna White bloom all summer.

Echinops Blue Glow
610.

With steel blue globular flowers, Echinops Blue Glow attracts the butterflies.

Eryngium Bue Glitter
615.

The blue glittering flowers Eryngium Blue Glitter is one of the best cut flowers.

Gaillardia Mesa Bright Bicolor
623.

The Gaillardia Mesa Bicolors are excellent garden performers all summer long.

Gaillardia Mesa Peach
624.

In a pretty peach, Gaillardia Mesa Peach blankets your garden in color.

Gaillardia Mesa Red
625.

With red hot colors Gaillardia Mesa Red perks up the garden where you need it.

Heliopsis Sunburst
681.

A perennial sunflower, Heliopsis Sunburst provides copious amounts of blooms.

Heuchera Coral Forest
691.

Heuchera is a favorite of Hummingbirds. They love to feed on the tiny bells.

Heuchera Palace Purple Flower
700.

With beautiful foliage, Heuchera Palace Purple grows in deep dark shade.

Hollyhock Chaters Double
721.

A classic cottage garden flower, Hollyhock Chaters Double is simple to grow.

Hollyhock Halo Candy
723.

The old fashioned Hollyhock Halo Candy will bloom in your garden the first year.

Lavender Ellagance
735.

Who can resist the beautiful perfume of lavender? Try Lavender Ellagance!

Lavender Hidcote
740.

You can pick and dry bunches of Lavender Hidcote for a fragrant decoration.

Lavender Lavance Deep Purple
741.

Abundantly fragrant, Lavender Lavance will hold its color through the season.

Lobelia Red Cardinal Flower
769.

The vibrant red flowers of Lobelia Red Cardinal are irresistible to Hummingbirds.

Lobelia Great Blue
780.

The summer blooms of Lobelia Great Blue attract butterflies and loves shade.

Lupines Gallery Blue
800.

The torch-like blooms of Lupine Gallery Blue is a choice cottage garden flower.

Lupines Gallery Red
820.

You can count on the Lupine Gallery Red to be a Hummingbird magnet.

Lupine Gallery Yellow
822.

The Lupine Gallery Yellow makes your garden bright and songbirds happy.

Lupines Gallery Mix
830.

Here’s a colorful mix of your Lupine colors for you and the butterflies to enjoy.

Lychnis Coronaria
840.

A victorian plant, Lychnis sparkles with magenta flowers and silvery leaves.

Monarda Panorama Mix
870.

Monarda’s spectacular display of flowers is irresistible to Hummingbirds.

Poppy Fruit Punch
909.

You’ll love the colors of Poppy Fruit Punch when it bursts open in the spring.

Poppy Great Red
910.

Spectacular classic red Poppies that display 8-inch flowers with black centers. 

Poppy Pizzicato
920.

A shorter and stronger version of a Poppy, Pizzicato comes in lovely colors.

Poppy Prince of Orange
922.

Your most traditional Poppy is the Prince of Orange and it’s the easiest to grow.

Graceful Gardens Penstemon Rondo
950.

The Hummingbirds will love the long and tubular flowers on Penstemon Rondo.

Penstemon Twizzle
951.

Like a perennial Snapdragon, Penstemon Twizzle blooms all summer long.

Perovskia Blue Steel
961.

With scented leaves and blue flowers, Perovskia provides a long season of bloom. 

Physotegia Rose Queen
970.

A wonderful cut flower, Physotegia Rose Queen also can fill in a hard to grow area.

Platycodon Hakone Double Blue
980.

Resembling inflated balloons, Platycodon blossom into five pointed stars.

Primula Supernova
1011.

Blooming early, Primrose beckons the beginning of the warm season. 

Pyrethrum Robinson Giant Crimson
1030.

Pyrethrum Giant Crimson’s charming daisies are large and cheerful.

Rudbeckia Cappuccino
1050.

Shower your garden with color all season long with Rudbeckia Cappuccino.

Rudbeckia Cherry Brandy
1051.

Here’s cherry red version of Rudbeckia, the classic American flower.

Rudbeckia Goldsturm
1060.

The best way to fill up a garden area quickly is with lovely Rudbeckia Goldsturm.

Rudbeckia Indian Summer
1070.

The flowers are enormous and Rudbeckia Indian Summer is great for cutting.

Salvia New Dimension Blue
1095.

Salvia New Dimension Blue is a really hard worker but you don’t have to do any of it!

Salvia New Dimension Rose
1097.

Salvia New Dimension Rose takes the heat and the hummingbirds love the them.

Shasta Daisy Bright Side
1100.

The Shasta Daisy is simple and classic and easily fit into everyone's garden. 

Mother of Thyme
1140.

The sweet scented foliage of Thyme creeps along the edge of your garden and paths.

Veronica Blue Shades
1158.

A genteel plant, Veronica creates a truly Victorian ambiance in your garden

Viola Penny Lane
1190.

The sweet faces painted on the petals of Viola Penny Lane cheer the heart with hope. 

Viola Sorbet Mix
1193.

Violets, like Sorbet conjures up images of innocent romantic notions from days of old.