This yarrow mix produces beautiful blooms in a range of colours including orange, red and pink. It’s ideal for growing at the back of a mixed border, where the flat, colourful flowerheads will attract a huge range of pollinators.
This selection forms a perfect mound of mint-scented leaves, absolutely smothered by small, pale lilac flowers from mid-summer until frost. An excellent edging or rock garden plant with an extremely long season of interest.
Plants form a low mound of deeply-cut green foliage, bearing tall spikes of electric-blue flowers with purple highlights. Removing faded spikes at the base will encourage repeat blooming in fall.
A recent selection of a native wildflower that forms a tall, upright clump of long green leaves, bearing clusters of rosy-pink, vanilla-scented flowers in mid-summer that are a magnet to butterflies!
Compact foliage is adorned with blue buds that are fragrant and attractive to a variety of pollinators. Plants should get a hardy, spring pruning in regions that have harsh winters.
Vibrant orange blooms with bold, peachy pink centres. A shorter, upright version with sturdy stems. Great for a summer border and pollinators.
The leaves are dark purple, nearly black, and are accented with white blooms. This plant can stand up to hot and cold temperatures.
Extremely ruffled, cream coloured margins extend from the tip of each green leaf all the way down the petiole to the crown. The leaves of this medium sized hosta are of excellent substance. Light lavender flowers appear atop purple scapes in midsummer.
This selection features hot pink, fully double flowers on short stems held above the attractive grey-green foliage. Great for borders, containers and rock gardens. Flowers have a good fragrance, making them ideal for using in indoor flower arrangements.
Masses of dark crimson-red, carnation-like flowers are held above attractive, silver-grey foliage. Very fragrant flowers bloom from late spring until late autumn. Excellent for cutting.