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Yarrow
Achillea millefolium
Sunlight: Full Sun
Flowers: June - September
  • Low maintenance perennial producing clusters of flowers in mid-late summer. Heat and drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies.
Varieties:
  • Apricot Delight, Saucy seduction, Strawberry seduction, Sunny seduction, Red velvet

 

Aralia
Aradlia cordata
Sunlight: Part shade – shade
Flowers: August – September
  • Fast grower reaching 30"-36" H x 30-36" W. Chartreuse foliage makes a stunning addition to shade gardens. White flowers in mid-late summer attract honeybees.

 

Aster
Aster spp.
Sunlight: Full sun
Flowers: August – October
  • Late blooming perennial offering late season color in a variety of shades. Attracts butterflies.
Varieties:
  • Vibrant Dome New England Aster
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Astilbe
Astilbe spp.
Sunlight: Full sun – shade
Flowers: July – August
  • Hardy, dependable perennials that perform best in part shade with moist soil. Available in a variety of pinks, reds, and whites.
Varieties:
  • Color flash, Fanal, Rheinland, Delft Lace, Visions in Red, Visions in White
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Campanula
Campanula carpatica
Sunlight: Full sun – part shade
Flowers: June – September
  • Long-blooming perennials that grow in a compact, mounded habit. Perform best in moist, well-drained soil.
Varieties:
  • Rapido Blue, Rapido White

 

Coreopsis
Coeopsis verticillate
Sunlight: Full sun
Flowers: June – October
  • Fine textured foliage bearing long blooming, bright yellow flowers.
Varieties:
  • Moonbeam threadleaf, Zagreb

 

Bleeding Heart
Dicentra spp.
Sunlight: Part shade – shade
Flowers: May – June
  • Elegant, arching foliage bearing strands of pink and white heart-like flowers.
Varieties:
  • Gold Heart, Valentine
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Lenten Rose
Helleborus x
Sunlight: Part shade – Shade
Flowers: April – May
  • Palmate, glossy leaves reaching 18"-24" tall, bearing showy flowers in early spring. Performs best in protected areas of part shade.
Varieties:
  • Jewels Black, Jewels Peppermint Ice

 

Daylily
Hemerocallis x
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade
Flowers: June – July
  • Extremely reliable and easy to grow, daylilies are a high performing perennial in a variety of sizes and colors.
Varieties:
  • EveryDaylily Cream, EveryDaylily Yellow Punch, Going Bananas, Happy Returns, Little Business, Little Grapette, Purple de Oro, Rosy Returns, Stella de Oro
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Coral Bells
Heuchera x
Sunlight: Full Sun to Shade
Flowers: June – July
  • A showy foliage plant with maple-like leaves ranging from dark purple, to bright red, to chartreuse. Makes an excellent border or mass planting.
Varieties:
  • Berry Smoothie, Black Beauty, Caramel, Frosted Violet, Green Spice, Midnight Rose, Obsidian

 

Hosta / Plantain Lily
Hosta x
Sunlight: Part shade to Full shade
Flowers: July
  • The quintessential shade plant, hostas can be found in shades of green, blue, white, and even accents of red. Varieties may be only inches wide, or up to several feet. Reliable and easy to grow.
Varieties:
  • Blue Mammoth, Blue Mouse Ears, Cherry Berry, Curly Fries, Empress Wu, Enterprise, Earth Angel, Enterprise, Eola Sapphire, Fire and Ice, Fire Island, First Frost, Fragrant Bouquet, Frost Ribbons, Ginkgo Craig, Hadspen, June, Krossa Regal, Liberty, Minuteman, Montana aureomarginata, Patriot, Paul's Glory, Paradigm, Praying Hands, Rainforest Sunrise, Razor's Edge, Regal Splendor, Ripple Effect, Rosedale Golden Goose, Stained Glass, So Sweet, Spring Morning, Striptease, Victory, Wide Brim

 

Dwarf Poker, Fire Dance Dwarf Poker
Kniphofia hirsuta
Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Flowers: June – August
Low-growing, tough, arching foliage bears coral red and yellow flower spikes. Deer and rabbit resistant. Attracts hummingbirds.

 

Peony
Paeonia
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: May – June
  • Elegant and hardy, peonies require little care and will tolerate clay soil. Large flowers come in a variety of colors including white, yellow, purple, and red.
Varieties:
  • Kansas Red, Karl Rosenfield, Sea Shell, Shirley Temple, Beautiful Blossom
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Russian Sage
Perovskia atriplicifolia
Sunlight: Full Sun
Flowers: July – September
  • Unique, silvery-gray foliage produces spikes of lavender-blue flowers in late summer. Thrives in hot, dry conditions.
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Salvia / Meadow Sage
Salvia
Sunlight: Full Sun
Flowers: May – June
  • Fragrant, easy-to-grow, and reliable perennials with spikes of blue flowers. Grow best in well-drained soil with constant moisture, will tolerate clay.
Varieties:
  • Caradonna, Blue Marvel, Marcus, Sallyrosa, Purple Rain
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Stonecrop / Sedum
Sedum x
Sunlight: Full Sun
Flowers: July – August
  • Succulent foliage bearing a range of white, yellow, pink, or red blooms late in the summer. Varieties range from groundcover types to upright habit up to 24" in height. Reliable, requiring only good drainage.
Varieties:
  • Autumn Charm, Sparkler Blue, Sparkler Cherry Tart, Sparkler Dazzleberry, Sparkler Firecracker, Sparkler Lime Zinger, Mr. Goodbud
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Globe Flower
Trollius
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: July – August
  • Yellow, buttercup-like flowers. Easy to grow, prefers moist soil.

 

Speedwell
Veronica
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: May – June
  • Dependable perennial producing spikes of purple, white, or blue flowers. Requires adequate drainage.

 

Hen & Chicks
Sempervivum
Sunlight: Full sun
Flowers: July – September
  • Spreading succulent that grow in rosettes. Useful in rock gardens, edging, or ground cover. Easy to grow, preferring good drainage.
Varieties:
  • Ruby Hearts, Black Hen and Chickens
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Ferns
Sunlight: Part shade to full shade
Grow best in shaded areas with plenty of moisture. Varieties grow in clumps or spread.
Varieties: Maidenhair, Lady in Red, Ghost Japanese Painted Fern, Burgundy Lace Japanese Painted Fern, Autumn Wood Fern, Cinnamon Fern, Ostrich Fern, Japanese Beach Fern