Category Archives: Perennials

Baptisia, False Indigo

Baptisia australis, False Indigo
Photo courtesy of Bailey Nurseries, Inc.
The baptisia, or false indigo, has come into bloom and they're stopping people in their tracks! I have to admit, baptisia has been on my list of top ten favorite perennials … Continue Reading ››

Perennial Salvia ‘Blue Marvel’

There's a new perennial salvia on the bench at Knecht's, and it came to represent!  Salvia 'Blue Marvel' is a compact selection with the classic, long lasting, bright violet-blue flower spikes. What sets Blue Marvel apart from all the rest, is its amazingly large flowers. In fact, … Continue Reading ››

Bleeding Hearts

 
Pink Bleeding Heart
Could any name more accurately describe the beauty of the bleeding heart?  Each spring, this classic large scale perennial graces shaded beds, borders and woodland gardens with their unique and prolific bloom. Their arching branches will span 2-3' tall and … Continue Reading ››

Blooming Scilla Bulbs and Ajuga

Scilla, Siberian Squill
The blue floral carpet of Scilla, also known as Siberian Squill, is in full bloom right now. Its azure blue flowers are a hot topic at the nursery and online this week.  Everyone wonders what they are and where they came … Continue Reading ››