A compact mound of grey-green foliage with bright violet-blue flowers that will bloom for 4-6 weeks in late spring to early summer and may re-bloom in the fall. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies!
Sturdy upright flower stems top the bushy mound of deeply-cut green foliage, supporting large, deep blue & white upward-facing flowers. Blooms are nearly twice the size of the average columbine. Excellent for mixed borders and rock gardens.
Sturdy upright flower stems top the bushy mound of deeply-cut green foliage, supporting large, vibrant red & white upward-facing flowers. Blooms are nearly twice the size of the average columbine. Excellent for mixed borders and rock gardens.
A classy little alpine plant that can be used as a rock garden plant or as a ground cover.
A dwarf, vigorous groundcover that makes a striking impact with bright silver foliage and soft yellow flowers.
A low mounding plant with huge, wide, golden yellow flowers with burgundy red centres. Bears many upright stems of single daisy flowers from June to August.
A small uniformed groundcover with red star shaped flowers and yellow centres makes for a perfect border or rock garden addition. Plants form a low mound of dark green leaves bearing short stems of upfacing flowers in late spring.
A magnet for butterflies! Great for containers. Foliage smells like black licorice when crushed.
Is the host plant for monarch butterflies and native. Plant blooms for many weeks.
It forms an upright mound of green foliage, bearing taller spikes of scarlet-red flowers in mid to late summer. Attractive to both hummingbirds and butterflies. Does well in moist areas.