Unlike the annuals, perennials return year after year, growing in size until they reach their full maturity. The term “perennial”, in some cases, also refers to woody plants like trees and shrubs. For our categorization, we have separated them. Our “perennials” are herbaceous plants; meaning that they are plants that have leaves and stems that die down at the end of the growing season to the soil level leaving no persistent woody stem above ground. Perennials grown and bloom over the spring and summer and then die back every autumn and winter.
There are thousands of varieties of perennials! We have categorized the most popular and most hardy for our area;
|Aster||Foamy Bells||Russian Sage|
|Bee Balm||Hens & Chicks||Sea Thrift|
|Black Eyed Susan||Hollyhock||Shasta Daisy|
|Blanket Flower||Honeysuckle Vine||Silvermound|
|Columbine||Lady’s Mantle||Trumpet Vine|
(Please note; the varieties listed on these pages are the most popular and hardy for our area. For the most up-to-date quantities, prices, and new introductions, please contact the Garden Center.)