Category Archives: Perennials

Sedum at Sunset

I've heard sedum referred to as the workhorse of the garden. They are described as hardy and low maintenance, attractive to butterflies, easy to grow, long lived, and tolerant of heat, drought, salt, and poor soils. The good news is, it's all true! Add … Continue Reading ››

Echinacea, Coneflower

Echinacea Pixie Meadowbrite™ 18-20" Tall x 24" Wide
When I talk about Coneflower or Echinacea, you might envision a dark, cone-centered flower with purple pink petals.  This hardy, North American native is popular planted en masse in a variety of settings.  Continue Reading ››

Stargazing with Oriental Lilies

Oriental Lily, Lilium 'Hotline'
This time each summer, our midnight sky is streaked with the illuminant beauty of the Perseid meteor shower. Coincidentally, the aptly named Stargazer Lily also reaches its peak. Its large, extremely fragrant, fuchsia pink and white flowers come into … Continue Reading ››