• Campanula's are popular for a reason-they nicely fill the front of the border without spreading, and their bold colours brighten up the garden when they are in bloom. Just like the Delftware pottery that originated in the Netherlands, this petite perennial has bicolour flowers of blue and white. Although the size of the plant is small, the Bicolored blue and white flowers are very large for its size. Use in rock gardens, along pathways and patios, or in combination perennial containers.
  • 'Violet Teacups' stands out from other C. carpatica types with its intense violet purple flowers-darker than anything you've seen! Bell-shaped flowers cover its round, compact habit. Use in rock gardens, along pathways and patios, or in combination perennial containers.
  • It's electric! That's what you might think when you look at the fabulous colour of this new interspecific hybrid of Bee Balm. Intense, dark neon pink flowers are produced above an upright mound of glossy, dark green foliage. The large, 5,5 cm flowers practically glow, lightening slightly for a two-tone effect. Look for more bright and intense colours in the future!
  • The popular Purrsian Blue changed the way we thought of catmint by giving a solid performance in a cute little package. If that wasn't small enough for you, you'll love Kitten Around! Even more compact and petite than its predecessor, this plant forms a tight, round mound of aromatic foliage. Bright rosy purple calyxes hold periwinkle blue flowers. The perfect size for containers, edging the sunny border or filling in small spaces in the garden. When Nepeta's stems are broken, they release an aroma into the air that tends to attract cats, thus its common name, Catmint.
  • Common Name: Hybrid Phlox A hybrid Phlox that behaves like Minnie Pearl. Light amethyst pink flowers with a white eye are produced in loose, rounded panicles in early summer and reblooms again in early fall. Glossy, bright green foliage stays clean all season. Like Minnie Pearl, it spreads slowly by rhizomes.
  • Common Name: Perennial Salvia, Garden Sage A dazzling new addition to the COLOR SPIRES® Perennial Salvia Collection! Azure Snow brings incredible refinement to the intriguing bicolour category of Salvia. Azure Snow produces a refined, compact clump of deep violet blue and white bicolour flowers with attractive dark green foliage. Flowers are evenly and closely spaced on the stem for a full, polished look.
  • The darkest pink colour in the COLOR SPIRES® Perennial Salvia Collection! Back to the Fuchsia produces a refined, compact clump of deep fuchsia pink flowers on dark stems. Flowers are evenly and closely spaced on the stem for a full, and will re-bloom is old flowers are trimmed back
  • Salvia is a staple item for every sunny garden. It asks little more than sunshine and a little drink every once in a while, in return for producing a bountiful mass of colourful flower spires from late spring into early summer. It forms a dense, rounded clump of aromatic, rugose grey-green foliage that looks nice all season long and is not enjoyed by rabbits or deer. Crystal Blue’ Salvia is the first of its kind—an incredibly unique light sky blue (most perennial Salvias are darker purple), a cool shade perfectly fitting for a perennial that blooms relatively early in the season.
  • Introducing the darkest colour of the COLOR SPIRES® Series, with flowers so rich and vibrant, they glow! Indigo blue flowers are held in dark calyxes and are produced on top of a vigorous, bushy mound of foliage. Indiglo Girl is intermediate between S. nemorosa and S. pratensis and has the best of both worlds: large, brightly coloured flowers with the excellent foliar canopy. This fabulous variety matches the bloom times as the rest of the series, so you can display all the colours at once. This will rebloom later in the season if deadheaded.
  • Pink Dawn Salvia produces a cloud of sizable, cotton candy pink blossoms which pop open from fuchsia buds held on purplish stems from late spring into early summer. Compared to other pink Salvias, it is a bit longer blooming due to its well-branched flower stems.
  • Violet Riot does what it says and produces a real riot of deep violet blue flowers with deep purple calyxes. A denser habit than Maynight with a more concentrated colour make it a great variety for pot growing
  • Common Name: Perennial Salvia, Garden Sage The word Fashionista is often used to describe someone who is constantly on the cutting edge of beauty, representing current fashion trends. Likewise, this new collection of Perennial Salvia from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizing represents the cutting edge of perennial fashion, with big, bold blooms in an array of chic and stylish colours. All the varieties in this collection are Salvia pratensis hybrids, so you know you can expect excellent garden performance. Striking violet blue flowers are produced in a round, dense clump. An improvement over other blue Salvia on the market.

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