• If you're not familiar with Achillea ptarmica, this species is unique from what you'd expect from the classic A. millefolium types. 'Peter Cottontail' has a look that's reminiscent of Baby's Breath, with large, ivory white flowers that are produced over a low, mounding habit of green foliage. Compared to A. millefolium types, the flower clusters on this perennial are more singular and well-spaced-great for adding texture to the garden! Compared to other A. ptarmica types on the market, this perennial has larger individual flowers and a more polished habit. Although this perennial is named after a fictional rabbit, 'Peter Cottontail', it is mostly unbothered by both deer and rabbits.
  • New collection of Yarrow. Due to each member's taller, more substantial presence than other Achillea on the market. Although they have a taller height, all members have sturdy flower stems it's bloom will look great throughout the season. Huge flower heads of bright, sunny yellow blooms, early bloom time, the first of the collection to bloom.
  • New collection of Yarrow due to each member's taller, more substantial presence than other Achillea on the market. Although they have a taller height, all members have sturdy flower stems that will look great throughout the season of its bloom. One of the tallest varieties of the collection. Dark red flowers with a white eye are produced on top of an upright, round habit of silvery green leaves.
  • New collection of Yarrow due to each member's taller, more substantial presence than other Achillea on the market. Although they have a taller height, all members have sturdy flower stems that will look great throughout the season of its bloom. Bright golden yellow flowers contrast with broad, intense silvery foliage.
  • New collection of Yarrow due to each member's taller, more substantial presence than other Achillea on the market. Although they have a taller height, all members have sturdy flower stems that will look great throughout the season of its bloom. Large flower heads of dark orange blooms that mature to yellow. A taller variety matching 'Sassy Summer Sangria' in height.
  • New collection of Yarrow due to each member's taller, more substantial presence than other Achillea on the market. Although they have a taller height, all members have sturdy flower stems that will look great throughout the season of its bloom. Dark salmon pink flowers are produced on a dense, upright habit. As the flowers age, the colour lightens to peachy pink.
  • 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.
  • The habit and performance of this red and white Coreopsis are almost too hot to handle! 2.5-4 cm wide, cream flowers have a dark red central eye and form a domed, rounded habit. As the flower ages, the eye gets bigger until it comprises most of the flower. The flowers will cover the grey-green, thread leaf foliage for a showy midsummer display.
  • mounds of finely cut dark green foliage are covered through out the summer with flowers that have exceptionally large petals with a two tone effect, deep pink at the base to light pink or white at the tips, surrounding a yellow eye
  • The habit and performance of this red and white Coreopsis are almost too hot to handle! 2.5-4 cm wide, cream flowers have a dark red central eye and form a domed, rounded habit. As the flower ages, the eye gets bigger until it comprises most of the flower. The flowers will cover the grey-green, thread leaf foliage for a showy midsummer display.
  • This brazen perennial demands attention during the summer with its cheery and bright yellow colour. 2.5-4 cm wide, lemon yellow flowers have deep maroon, nearly black centres. The flowers will cover the grey-green, thread leaf foliage for a showy midsummer display. This is a bright, sunny yellow versus the golden yellow colour of Curry Up

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