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Ajuga Reptans

Ajuga Reptans

Ajuga Reptans is a fast-growing member of the mint family, plants that are known to spread quick enough via runners to become invasive in some areas. In fact, the reptans part of its Latin name means "to creep." It is a naturalized North American plant that was introduced from several places in Europe and Asia. The Plants Care And Maintenance The plants grow well in Hardiness Zones 3 through 10. They are susceptible of most any dirt kind, though they prefer slightly acidic. Fully grown plants generally stand 6" to 8" high; flower stalks can grow to 12". Each plant may extend up to 12", they quickly form mats, especially in shaded areas beneath other trees and shrubs. The plant is hardy enough to grow beneath black walnut trees. Where To Plant The Perennial The growth speed of the plant can be controlled by where they are planted. Plants in shadier areas tend to grow faster than those in sunnier areas. The plant is best planted in rock gardens, containers, edged beds, or in wide-open areas that need ground cover fast. They lend themselves well to erosion control. At home, they should not be planted near any less hardy flowers as they may choke them out. Dividing Ajuga Reptans They should be periodically divided and thinned, at minimum every third year. They flower through the spring and summer, generally beginning in May or June. Pinching off runners helps with this, too. The flowers are blue, purple, or white, though there is at least one cultivar with pink flowers. Other cultivar strains have leaves that are multi-colored or variegated. Beyond thinning, the Ajuga Reptans is relatively low-maintenance. It needs no extra fertilizer and is worry-free against most garden pests. In areas of high humidity, however, care should be taken to ensure properly drained soil to prevent southern rot. It is deer and rabbit-resistant. Shop Today At Garden Plant Nursery

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Annual Phlox

Annual Phlox

Annual Phlox is closely related to the carnation. It is native to southern Europe and some parts of Asia. When the plants grow to maturity, it has a cluster of approximately 30 flowers, at the height of the stem. The flowers have five petals. The wild plants have red flowers, which are white at the rim. It has hundreds of hybrid plants that come in various colors like pink, white, and purple. Some hybrid plants, also come in a variety of patterns. Annual Phlox Is An Attractive Addition to Any Garden It is a very attractive plant that is a compliment to any garden. They come in a vast assortment of colors and patterns. The plant blossoms have attractively fringed edges, which adds to their beauty. It also has a spicy aroma, which makes it a great addition to your garden. The spicy aroma, also makes it ideal for cut flower arrangements. Origins Of The Plant It grows for two years, and it blooms in the second year. The plants origins are found in the mountains of southern Europe, northeastern China, Korea, and southeastern Russia. It is now grown all over the United States of America. These hybrid plants bloom in the spring and produce pink, white, purple, and other various color petals. The Annuals Are Excellent for Containers and Pots Annual Phlox plants not only look good in gardens, but they also look great in pots and containers. The plants are compact enough to look great in flower beds, vertical planters, and window sills. The plants can make any area more attractive. They come in an array of colors and patterns so they will enhance your garden, or they look great as a potted plant. This plant will brighten up any area. Get Yours At Garden Plant Nursery

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Baneberry

Baneberry

Baneberry is a relatively large species of flowering plant, which are native to North America, including the Midwestern and Eastern regions of the United States, as well as Eastern Canada. Like the name implies, this flowering plant grows from 1½ to 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide and its white and black berries closely resemble the appearance of eyes. This plant is also known by a variety of alternate names, including necklace weed and white cohosh. Its berries, which ripen in summer, contain cardiogenic toxins that are harmless to birds, but both plant and berries are poisonous to humans if consumed. The Beauty Of Baneberry This plant is of the genus Actaea and of the family Ranunculaceae. It prefers clay-like soil and is typically found in deciduous, wooded areas. They are an herbaceous perennial, with compound, toothed, bipinnate leaves which grow to lengths of up to 16 in long and up to 12 cm in width. Its stems are thick and reddish in color, with white flowers atop them, which bloom into a dense raceme in spring time and grow to about 10 cm in length. Growing This Perennial Baneberry is easy to grow and is typically cultivated for use in both wildflower and more traditional gardens as an ornamental flowering plant. To cultivate this plant yourself, be sure to plant it in rich, loamy soil, providing water regularly with adequate drainage consistent with its natural environment. They require full shade and are best cultivated in USDA plant zones. If you wish to grow them from seeds, you should wait until late autumn if planting outdoors or in late winter if planting indoors. It requires minimal care once the plant is established. You may also be able to find this species of plant available for sale in garden centers that are experts in native plants or wildflowers. Shop Today At Garden Plant Nursery

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Bearded Iris

Bearded Iris

The Bearded Iris bulbs are easy to plant and they can spread rather quickly. These perennials are hardy in US Zones 3-9, needing a freeze so they can go dormant. Planting Bearded Iris They need to be planted in late summer or early fall. The Iris like a sunny spot with at least six hours of full sun to help to keep the rhizomes dry. They grow best in a neutral soil and only need granular fertilizer a couple times a year. The best times to feed them is in the early spring and after they bloom. It's best to plant them about 16-18 inches apart for good air circulation. They do not need mulching because constant moisture will rot the rhizomes. To preserve the energy of the plant, remove the seed pod that forms after they have bloomed. To ensure a healthier plant, prune back the foliage in the fall. Caring For This Stunning Perennial It should be divided every three to four years if they are thickly clustered. Dividing should be done in late summer. Rhizomes, their root structure, can die off as new ones form to cause crowding and slow the blooms from forming. Dividing them will give the plants new ground for growth. Find It At Garden Plant Nursery Today To divide Bearded Iris, use a garden spade or fork, carefully lifting them out of the soil trying to avoid damaging the rhizomes. Slowly pull the plants apart using your hands while examining them for dead or damaged rhizomes. Use a knife to separate baby rhizomes from the parent, making sure the knife has been sanitized with ten percent bleach water between cuts. Discard any damaged or diseased plant parts. Replant, fanning the roots, and leaving a portion of the rhizome exposed. Put the plants about 12 to 18 inches separated, clipping the tops down to 4-6 inches.

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Bird's Foot Violet

Bird's Foot Violet

The Bird's Foot Violet grows well in zones 4 to 8 but can grow in zones that are just outside of these ranges. These zones include states that are along the norther border of the country, such as Montana and North Dakota. The zones also include states that are located in the center of the country including Colorado and Missouri. Bird's Foot Violet Bloom Season Although the plants typically grow in the spring months, they can also be seen blooming in early fall. However, the brightest blooms are seen in March and April with brighter colors seen in areas where there is more rain. Blooms on the plant can be different colors, but most are in shades of blue and purple. The top portion of the petals is usually a darker shade than what is seen on the bottom with many lower areas being light blue or white. With few leaves on the plant, other colors that are typically seen are the brown shades of the stems. The Perennial's Height at Maturity It is a small plant. Our flowers usually grow close to three inches in height when they reach maturity. They tend to spread along the ground instead of growing vertically. The Plant's Soil Type Preferred Dry or sandy soil is preferred by the plant. It can sometimes be a bit difficult to get the plant started because it grows better in dry conditions. However, once the roots begin to spread in the soil, the plant tends to grow rather quickly. Get Yours Today At Garden Plant Nursery Growing along the ground, the Bird's Foot Violet is a plant that enjoys plants of the same kind. It can also be seen growing in clumps instead of sparsely on the ground. Blooms on the plant are broad and are usually shades of purple and blue.

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Bishop Weed

Bishop Weed

Bishop Weed has hardy leaves that are rich green in color, with white markings. The white markings are on the border of the leaves, which are toothed. Some leaves on the plant are lobed into three sections, while others are complete. The leaves grow three to a stem. The flowers are white or blue in color. It's Appearance The plant grows well over 1 ft tall, usually about 14 in. in height. The flowering portion of the plant consists of many, countless tiny flowers that make up a fluffy bunch. The flowers do not have a particular fragrance, but they are notable for their beautiful appearance. They begin blooming blue or white blossoms in late Spring. Caring for The Perennial This plant flourishes nicely in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 9. It requires soil that drains well. The soil can be of almost any pH and it can be rocky, sandy or rich in organic matter. The plant is very adaptable when it comes to the ground it is grown in. The foliage takes over, so you don't have to worry about weeding because the leaves will block out any tiny weeds from growing beneath. Bishop Weed Landscaping Uses You can grow the plant in receptacles or straight in the soil. You can plant this plant in an area of landscaping that doesn't get too much sun, because it is very adaptable. If for some reason you need to plan to in an area that gets a lot of direct sun, you can do this too. The value of the plant in landscaping is that it is versatile so it can fill in gaps where other plants would have more specific needs. Garden Plant Nursery Has A Variety Of Companion Plants You may choose to plant Bishop Weed as the centerpiece of your garden, as the flowers are breathtaking. You may also use it as a border plant, planting many of them in a row next to one another so that they grow tall to create a privacy hedge. The uses for this plant in landscaping are versatile and you will find that it adapts well to nearly any garden.

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Black Cohosh Plant

Black Cohosh Plant

Black Cohosh is known as Actaea racemosa is part of the daffodil and buttercup family and is a native North American plant. It's a fast-growing plant that can thrive in a variety of well-drained soil types. It's a beautiful flower that can adorn gardens and natural areas around your home. They do best in zones 4-9 and are fairly drought tolerant. Black Cohosh's Flowers The flower can grow anywhere between 12-24 inches tall. It blossoms during the months of June, July, and August, and last for three weeks. Its flowers don't have petals, instead, they look like a cluster white pearls. They also, resemble a large candle that stands out nicely among summers blooms. They hold their color longer than other shade plants. Its stem is narrow and smooth and divides into three parts as it grows. Its flowers have an unusual smell that some might say is unpleasant. It repels insects like bees, gnats, and flies. In the past the root was used to treat snakebites. It's also a pollinator and deer resistant. The Perennial's Appearance One stalk can contain dozens of these peal like flowers. As it grows it takes on a shade of green that gives it a unique appearance, though they tend to fall off shortly after the flowers bloom. Black cohosh is usually found in shaded to partially shaded areas, but it can grow in full sun as well. Shop Garden Plant Nursery  This plant not only looks great in the yard but can be used medicinally as well. The extract of this unique plant is believed to help with inflammation and work as a sedative. Women have been known to use it to help with painful menstrual symptoms and relax the muscles of the uterus. It can also be used to lessen cough spasms that come with bronchitis and pneumonia.

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Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan

Black-eyed Susan, scientifically known as Rudbeckia hirta, is a vibrant and popular flowering plant native to North America. It belongs to the Asteraceae family and is renowned for its striking golden-yellow petals with a dark brown to black central cone. This distinctive appearance has earned it the common name "Black-eyed Susan." These beautiful wildflowers are aesthetically pleasing and hold cultural significance and ecological importance. The Growth Of The Perennial They typically grow as perennial wildflowers in their native habitat, which stretches from the eastern United States to the Midwest. However, they are often cultivated as annuals or perennials in gardens and landscapes due to their long-lasting and robust nature. These hardy plants can thrive in various soil types and are drought-tolerant, making them a popular choice for low-maintenance gardens. One of their most attractive features is their ability to attract pollinators such as bees and butterflies. These insects are drawn to the bright flowers, aiding pollination and supporting local ecosystems. Furthermore, these flowers are known for their versatility, as they can be used in various landscaping settings, from wildflower meadows and cottage gardens to formal flower beds and borders. Black-eyed Susan Symbolism In terms of symbolism, black-eyed Susan's is often associated with encouragement and motivation, symbolizing the strength and determination needed to overcome challenges. They have also found their way into various folk traditions, with some Native American tribes using them for many purposes. In conclusion, black-eyed Susan is a visually stunning and ecologically valuable wildflower with a rich cultural history. Its bright, cheery appearance, adaptability, and role in supporting pollinators make it a favorite among gardeners and nature enthusiasts alike. Whether you encounter them in the wild or cultivate them in your garden, they are a delightful addition to any landscape, adding beauty and ecological benefits to their surroundings. Buy Yours At Garden Plant Nursery

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Blackberry Lily

Blackberry Lily

Blackberry Lily, also known as the belamcanda chinensis, are from the Iris family and have clusters of black fruit that grow after flowering. The fruit is very similar to that of blackberries and the flowers are shaped like stars with six petals each. They measure about 2 inches across. The lilies are pale orange or yellow in color on the "flabellata" and the petals are spotted. This is why they are sometimes quite often referred to as the Leopard Flower. Using Blackberry Lily In Your Landscape The plant is a perennial that is normally grown for its unique black berries that form in clusters when its seedpods slip open. This usually occurs in the fall. They are quite fascinating and make great arrangements for your home. The plant has an orange flower color and has a chartreuse/gold foliage. The plant provides a very colorful fall foliage, blooms in the summer and is a winter interest. It is very tolerant of drought conditions, does quite well in containers, and is very low maintenance. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery Today Blackberry Lily are actually grown from bulbs, or tubers, and these bulbs can be planted anytime of the year, as long as the ground is not frozen. It is best to plant these gorgeous lilies in a sunny or lightly shaded area with well-draining soil for the best results. It's also best to keep the soil moist. The flowers of the plant last one day, but they are continually blooming during their bloom season. A dry cluster of black fruits will form after the blooms are gone. The blooms will close at night in a twisting form and their foliage is similar to that of the Iris plant, and can reach up to three feet tall. Attributes Of This Perennial  Climate Zone: 5-10 Mature Height: From 1 to 8 Feet Mature Width: 15-20 Inches Wide Sunlight: Part Sun, Sun Soil Conditions: Well-Draining Soil Botanical Name: Belamcanda Chinensis

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Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower

Blanket Flower, scientifically known as Gaillardia, is a striking and colorful perennial plant known for its vibrant daisy-like flowers and ability to attract pollinators to gardens. Native to North and South America, this plant is a popular choice among garden enthusiasts for its low maintenance requirements and stunning appearance. The most distinctive feature of the flower is its blossoms, which typically measure 2 to 3 inches in diameter. They have a prominent central disk surrounded by brightly colored ray petals that can be found in various shades of red, orange, yellow, and sometimes even bi-color combinations. The vibrant hues make it a standout in any garden, and its warm colors are often associated with summer and fall landscapes. Where To Grow Blanket Flower Blanket flowers do well in dry soil and full sun, making them an excellent choice for sunny borders, rock gardens, or even xeriscape gardens. They are known for their drought tolerance, making them a perfect option for regions with hot, dry summers. Once established, these hardy perennials require minimal care and are resistant to pests and diseases. One of the appealing aspects of them is their capability to attract pollinators. The nectar-rich flowers serve as a valuable food source for these insects, contributing to the overall health of the garden ecosystem. Additionally, their long blooming period, which often spans from late spring through early fall, ensures a steady supply of nectar. Splitting The Perennial Gardeners can propagate them through seeds or the division of established clumps. Regular deadheading, the removal of spent flowers, can prolong the blooming period and encourage continuous flower production. However, allowing some seed heads to mature can attract finches to the garden. Blanket flower is a visually striking, low-maintenance perennial plant prized for its vivid, daisy-like flowers. Its adaptability to various garden conditions, drought tolerance, and role in attracting pollinators make it a popular choice for gardens across North and South America. Whether you're a seasoned gardener or a beginner, the plant can add color and life to your outdoor space. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery

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Blazing Star

Blazing Star

Picture a Blazing Star Plant at the water's edge of a pond, then color that cattail a vibrant purple, and transform the plant from the water to the prairie, or in your case, your garden, and you've got a great sense of the Blazing Star Plant. Capable of reaching heights of up to 4 feet in height, the plants are very majestic, and many people love to cut them and put them into a vase in the house. Where To Plant Blazing Star The plants grow ideally in a half shade, half sunrise environment. Since they grow up so tall, the plants are frequently used at the back of gardens to define the back edge. Exceedingly hardy plants, they do well in almost any type of soil as long as there is adequate drainage. The Perennial's Bloom Time The bloom time of this colorful plant is from July to August, which makes it ideal because many spring and early summer bloomers tend to look quite drab after their early blooming period. One ideal thing about the plants is that they are pretty much impervious to all common plant diseases. Get Yours Today At Garden Plant Nursery The plants tend to be magnets for bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds, so they are a great asset to your garden. Most people who purchase the plants buy tubers from a garden shop, although they can be propagated with seeds. The plants can be spaced as close as 6 inches to one another, and many people love to grow three or four in a decorative pot. In fact, a great garden idea is to make a complete path of the plants in your backyard using decorative pots. Another advantage to the plants is that if you have a lot of deer around, they tend not to be interested in eating these plants.

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Blood Root

Blood Root

Bloodroot, specifically known as Sanguinaria canadensis, is a paradoxical little flower. It is also called redroot, bloodwort, red puccoon, Indian red paint, sang-dragon, snakebite, and a dozen other based on minute variations of region. It is found in eastern North America, and is the only species in its genus. Its closest relative? Snow poppies, found only in China. The species appears with a wide variety of different shapes in both its leaves and its white, yellow-centered flowers, but its juice is always bright scarlet, hence its name. Yet it's this same property that means sanguinaria is being investigated as a cancer treatment. Investigations are inconclusive so far, but it's been used in alternative medicine for a long history. The red juice means it can be used as a paint or dye, and even today it's actually a commercially used food additive. Bloodroot's Seeds This plant is also prized in certain capacities by gardeners. Double-flowered mutations are especially showy, and last longer than the few days normal for sanguinaria flowers. They're considered nice shade plants, which bloom in spring and look at home in woodland-like gardens and landscapes. Though their bloom time is short, the plants are fairly easy to collect seeds from, making them fun and easy to propagate, and they'll flower for years with little care. It needs to be handled carefully in the garden, however, due to the properties of the juice of its leaves and roots. Uses Of The Perennial Bloodroot is surprisingly renowned as an experimental homeopathic cancer treatment, despite very little studying having been applied to its efficacy. It's most commonly associated with treating skin tumors, harkening back to its history of being used to treat skin conditions. When it comes to treating serious conditions, however, this plant is likely best left off the table in favor of proven remedies. As an odd treatment for moles and skin tags, though, it seems unlikely to vacate the pages of herbalists' books any time soon. Buy At Garden Plant Nursery

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Blue Cohosh

Blue Cohosh

Native to Missouri, the Blue Cohosh plant can grow to a height of between one and three feet. Its upright, purplish, waxy stems showcase Foliage at their midsections, which start out as a smoky blue hue during the spring and transition to a bluish-green hue when they fully mature. Blue Cohosh Has Unique Foliage Leaf clusters will develop near the apex of the stems. These clusters are typically comprised of three compound leaflets, and each leaflet is further divided into nine subleaflets for maximum Foliage. Each leaflet grows to about two and one-half inches in length and width. These leaves are hairless and toothless, which makes them the perfect background foliage for this plant's flowers and fruit. The Perennial Has Small Sweet Flowers Alongside the unique Foliage of the plant, it will be ornamented in the springtime with flowers. These are around half of an inch in diameter with six-pointed sepals that appear in a brownish-green to yellowish-green hue. Each flower features six yellow inner stamens, complete with a green ring in the center. When the summer heats up, these flowers will concede to beautifully attractive green berry-like seeds. These seeds are the most visibly desirable part of this plant, and they sit starkly above the leaf canopy. All seeds take on a rich blue color and develop a fleshy outer coating in the late summer. Many viewers will state that the seeds remind them of small grapes. As this perennial experiences a thinning in its Foliage later in the year, these seeds provide a necessary ornament for any garden. Shop Today At Garden Plant Nursery The Blue Cohosh plant can be referred to as Caulophyllum Thalictroides, Squaw-Root, Caulophylle Faux-Pigamon, and Papoose-Root. It's a member of the Berberidaceae family and is well-known to grow into a mature, bushy perennial. Its root system is fibrous and rhizomatous, which makes this plant perfect for growing in a variety of conditions. The sweet nectar in this plant attracts honeybees, its plethora of Foliage attracts caterpillars, and its berries attract woodland birds. This plant is naturally deer and rabbit-resistant.

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Blue Flag Iris

Blue Flag Iris

Blue Flag Iris blooms several violet-blue flowers with yellow veined sepals. It has a USDA hardiness zone of 3–9. Sturdy stalks support the plant, and sword-like leaves from a basal cluster frame the plants. The shade of violet-blue can vary. A small amount of white may be seen around the yellow veins as well. Attract Wildlife With Blue Flag Iris It grows to about two or three feet tall, and the flowers bloom from May through August. Out in nature, it is commonly found in meadows, by streams, by marshes and by swamps. Butterflies and hummingbirds love pollinating the flowers. People who add these plants to their garden like placing them in either partial shade or full sun. Utilizing Garden Plant Nursery Plants In human history, irises have represented power. The three parts of the flower have stood for wisdom, courage and faith. People have used the flowers for medical purposes in the past. Some tribes also made twine out of the outermost fibers of the leaves. Another use of the iris plant throughout history is creating powdered iris root. People would add this to perfumes and potpourri because it gives off a violet scent. Where To Plant This Perennial Plant Blue Flag Iris is a marginal aquatic plant, which means that it can sit in standing water up to four inches. They enjoy environments near a water source, such as a pond or lake. Some people like to add this type of plant to their pond area because it assists in water filtration. The flowers on are typically lighter in color. Western Flag flowers also have a color variation of sky blue and white. The hardiness zones and heights of these two plants are also different from Northern Flag. Southern Flag, hardiness of 5–9, reaches a height of 2–2.5 feet. Western Flag, hardiness of 3–8, is usually 1–1.4 feet tall.

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Blue Lobelia

Blue Lobelia

The Blue Lobelia Plant, also known as Lobelia siphilitica or Blue Cardinal Flower is a plant that blooms pale purple-bluish flowers with tiny white streaks accenting the blossom. This plant is Native to the Eastern United States area and is from the Campanulacae family. The category of plants it is a member of is called the Herbaceous perennial group. Lobelia siphilitica prefers dark, rich and moist soils and will sprout effectively in either full sun or part shade rotation. For full sun, a Northern cooler climate works best to balance the plant's temperature requirements. Blue Lobelia Requirements If growing with a Central Coast or Southern Climate, part shade is ideal for health. This plant requires consistent watering- moisture should always be present. In its native environment, they grow alongside streams and swamps, this serves as an indication of how much moisture it requires. The bloom time of this plant occurs between July and September- perfect for beginning gardeners, the maintenance level is low for this species. Identifying the blooms by looking for dark tubular flowers with three lobes. The scientific name of this species bears homage to Matthias de l’Obel, a French Botanist. This plant is not known to be susceptible to chronic insect or disease afflictions. It is capable of withstanding pest invasions as well as deer, although snails and slugs have been known to occasionally take a bite. Uses Of This Perennial Common uses for Blue Lobelia include wild gardens or anywhere near running water or large pools of water. It is known for having the ability to self-seed, attracts bees and hummingbirds, and is extremely sensitive to drought. It is commercially available and has a collection date in the Northern US starting in autumn. Hardy Planting Zones- 4-9 Sun or Shade – Sun and Part Shade Mature Height - 24-36" Mature Width- 12-16" Bloom Season – Summer (July to September) Gardener Status- Beginner Soil Type- Loam/Sand/Clay Buy At Garden Plant Nursery

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Brown Eyed Susan

Brown Eyed Susan

Brown-Eyed Susans are North American native plants that thrive in the US Department of Agriculture zones 4-9. Their bright flowers bloom from mid to late summer for up to two months. Brown Eyed Susan's Colors Brown-Eyed Susan’s flowerheads consist of 6 to 12 floret rays that bloom a bright yellow. The yellow petals surround a smaller circle of florets that are brown and black in color. This plant typically grows to be up to 5 feet tall. Its leaves are 4 inches long and 2 inches wide. Flowerheads grow to be ½ to 2 inches across. Growing Conditions Of The Perennial They prefer mesic growing conditions. Although they grow well in loamy soil, they also do well in a combination of gravel and clay soil types. All Your Landscape Needs At Garden Plant Nursery It desires full to partial sun but can stay in full bloom longer when planted in moderate shade. They have an average resistance to drought and tend to wilt like other flowers. Not to be confused with its younger sister, the Black-Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia triloba, or better known as the Brown-Eyed Susan, is a short-lived perennial common to the Illinois area. It is widely associated with different parts of North America, as well. They typically grow wild in many prairies, meadows, fields, and roadsides. This biennial is taller and bushier than the Black-Eyed Susan and has many branches that extend from leaf axils. Many dark red stems of the Brown-Eyed Susan grow, giving this plant its bushy look. Its leaves are ovate and rough to the touch. 1 to 2 flower heads grow on the upper stems of the plant. Flowers do not have a very pronounced smell. They are self pollinators, but also attract many bee varieties seeking nectar and pollen.

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Bugleweed Plant

Bugleweed Plant

The Bugleweed is a herb-type herbaceous plant with colorful leaves that work great as a groundcover. It is a low maintenance, perennial plant many gardeners prefer to use as a groundcover as they also provide a splash of color with their profuse blue flower spikes. The spikes shoot out approximately six inches during the spring.  The Beauty Of Bugleweed The plant will produce its flowers throughout the summer and into the fall but are the most stunning during the spring when they have been planted in mass. There are some varieties of the plant that feature variegated foliage and produce blooms in pink, white or rose. These plants will grow from six to nine inches in height and will also achieve a diameter of about the same. Utilizing The Perennial These plants make terrific borders and look incredible when mixed with other perennial flowers along an edge. Some gardeners have enjoyed the eye-pleasing effect of it when planted along stepping stones or inside rock gardens. They make a great companion to the creeping jenny in a shady part of a lawn. Where To Plant Your Garden Plant Nursery Plants It will grow well in moist, fertile, well-drained soil but are able to tolerate clay and other less nutrient soils. The plant does have a creeping tendency and should not be planted near areas it will not be allowed to spread. Edging placed along a border where the plant should not go does well to stop the creeping. When the blooms have reached a deadhead stage, a lawn mower works well to remove them. The plant will propagate through its cuttings, by being divided, and its seeds. The division can be performed any time of the season and should be done about every two years, so it does not become overcrowded. The Bugleweed is a hardy plant and not susceptible to disease or pests. It may suffer from crown rot if grown in a hot and humid environment. It also does not do well in areas with poor air circulation.

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Butterfly Milkweed

Butterfly Milkweed

The Butterfly Milkweed plant is certainly one of the most beautiful of the wildflowers of North America. Its beauty not only comes from its appearance but also its fragrance. The plant that most people think of is A.Syriaca or the common plant. The Bloom Of Butterfly Milkweed The plant blooms out in a sort of star-spangled banner type display. At the top of the stem, there is a myriad of tiny flowers colored in a watercolor-like light purple. They also bloom in most other colors of the spectrum. You can find the plant blooming in yellow, orange, green, and pink. To propagate themselves, these plants develop a seed pod that drys and then in the fall splits open to spread hundreds of seeds. Benefits Of Planting The Perennial Depending on the type of plant, it can grow from 2-5 feet in height. It grows in zones 3 -9. This plant attracts the usual pollinating insects such as bees, hummingbirds, and especially Monarch butterflies. Monarch butterflies love this plant because it is their main food source and also it supplies a secure place for the female to spread her eggs, mostly on the underside of the leaves. Caring For The Plant These plants are fast spreading so give them plenty of room in your garden. They like from 6 to 8 hours of sunshine. A good place in the garden is where they are somewhat protected from the wind so that you can control the spread of the seeds. This helps prevent the plant from taking over your garden. This also provides a safe haven for the Monarchs. Buy From Garden Plant Nursery Most Butterfly Milkweed plants do well in just about any soil. The exception is the Swamp weed, it requires soil that is moist and humus. Plant them in a well-cultivated flowerbed that has been worked to a fine mix. Add the recommended amount of fertilizer for an average soil mix. There is no real special care to the soil. Sow the seeds and tamp the soil. Water the flower bed and wait.

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California Poppy

California Poppy

The California Poppy is a beautiful plant native to the United States and Mexico which also has the nicknames of California sunlight and cup of gold. This ornamental flower can be used medicinally and in cooking and is actually the state flower of California. It can reach a mature growth height of anywhere from 5 to 60 inches. The Charming Foliage Of California Poppy The foliage is a blue green color with long stems and leaves that are segmented into round lobes. The flowers grow each on one stem and have four petals to every flower. The petals grows 2 to 6 cm and differ in color from yellow to orange to red. They flower for most of the year from spring all the way through fall. The petals also close up each night and reopen in the morning when the sun comes out. If it is a cloudy day the petals may remain closed. Growing The Perennial The plant can usually survive winters and come back in the spring except in the harshest of cold climates it will typically die. This is why it is considered a perennial in warmer areas and an annual in freezing areas. This flower can actually grow in all planting zones from 3 to 9. It is usually fast growing, but again, it depends on the habitat with the amount of sunlight it receives being the biggest factor. Optimal soil temperature is quite high at 60 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Fertilizer has a negative effect on the production of flowers. The plant prefers nutrient poor and well-drained soils. Using Garden Plant Nursery Plants In Landscaping Used in landscaping they will grow well in an elevated rock garden with boulders and a very sandy soil mixture. This will ensure plenty of drainage and keep most of the moisture away from the plants. Grown right, the California Poppy will provide a beautifully vibrant pop of color to any landscape.

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Chicory Plant

Chicory Plant

Cichorium intybus, commonly known as chicory, boasts a rich agricultural heritage and is an incredibly versatile plant. This hardy and adaptable herbaceous perennial has numerous positive attributes that make it a valuable addition to gardens and agriculture. It Is A Hardy And Sun Loving Perennial One of the most distinctive features of it is its attractive foliage. The plant produces deeply lobed, lance-shaped leaves that are usually a vibrant green. These leaves are not only visually appealing but also nutritious, often used as a leafy green vegetable in salads or as a cooked green in various cuisines. It is valued for its versatility in cultivation. It can thrive in various conditions, including sun and shade, making it suitable for different garden settings. Its adaptability to different soil types, including well-drained sandy soils and clayey substrates, further enhances its versatility and ease of cultivation. Chicory Plant Has Beautiful Flowers Chicory is also appreciated for its ability to produce colorful and attractive flowers. The plant bears bright blue to lavender-blue daisy-like flowers on tall, slender stems. These blooms provide a cheerful display in gardens and are an important nectar source for pollinators like bees and butterflies. In addition to its ornamental uses, it has been historically cultivated for its role in forage and livestock feed. The leaves and roots of certain chicory varieties are highly nutritious and palatable to livestock, making them a valuable component of pasture and forage mixtures. In summary, chicory is a versatile and valuable plant known for its attractive foliage, adaptability to various growing conditions, culinary uses, coffee substitute production, ornamental qualities, and contribution to forage and livestock feed. Whether grown for its greens or cosmetic appeal, it is a plant with a rich history and a wide range of positive attributes that continue to make it a cherished addition to gardens and agricultural landscapes. Buy This At Garden Plants Nursery

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Columbine Plant

Columbine Plant

Aquilegia canadensis, columbine plant is a herbaceous perennial plant of the family Ranunculaceae. It is commonly found along the Eastern side of the United States of America. It has a zoning scale that ranges from a 3 to an 8. Aquilegia Canadensis typically grows to a mature height of 2.00 feet to 3.00 feet with a spread of approximately 1.00 to 1.50 feet. Columbine Plant Has Stunning Blooms This plant usually blooms in the months of April through May which would classify it has a spring time bloomer. Aquilegia canadensis has a gorgeous drooping flower that has colors to match its spring time season bloom. It typically contains various shades of pink, yellow, and red. These colors come in varying amounts on each plant. This Perennial Does Well Almost Anywhere When it comes to the sun, this plant requires part shade but, in some cases, can be full sun. It requires a medium supply of water in order to survive which is easy to do. With the varying amount of sunlight required and the moderate amount of water needed to stay alive, the plant has a medium maintenance level. It Is A Garden Plants Nursery Favorite If you also enjoy the wildlife in your local area, the columbine plant is well known for attracting hummingbirds due to its high nectar content. The plant can tolerate droughts, dry soil, and a few animals, such as deer and rabbits. Overall, this plant is good for anyone who likes a little bit of a challenge with their gardening and who enjoys seeing some lighter colors in their landscape. Mature Plant Height: 2.00 to 3.00 feet Mature Plant Spread: 1.00 to 1.50 feet Blooming Season: April to May (Spring) Blooming Colors: Pink, red, and yellow Water Required: Medium levels required Sunlight Needed: Full to partial shade Zone level: 3 to 8 Tolerates: Drought, dry soil, some animals Experience Level: Medium level of experience

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Creeping Buttercup

Creeping Buttercup

Ranunculus Repens, or Creeping Buttercup Plant, is a beautiful herbaceous perennial that can be enjoyed year after year with very little maintenance, providing good ground cover. This low maintenance flower is perfect for flower beds, lawns, and borders. For a seasonal flower patch, the plant is hearty enough to withstand regular mowing during the off season when the flowers are dormant. This Perennial's Growth Each plant will expand to a height of approximately 18 inches. Gorgeous yellow flowers will crown the thin stems for up to a full 4 months. The leaves of the plant are a luscious green with 3 hairy lobes. The plants will bloom in late spring and continue through summer from May to August, making them the perfect compliment to both early and late bloomers to ensure beautiful flowers all year long. Creeping Buttercup Has A Stunning Appearance The Flowers are a vivid yellow, borne in small clusters. Each flower will have 5 shiny overlapping petals, and open to a diameter of roughly 1 inch. They are very aromatic, which makes them a great addition to a bouquet and a terrific attractant to pollinators. Bees make for a healthy garden, which the plant will attract in droves! Keeping the plants healthy requires little effort. They prefer full to partial sun. Though they do best in moist loamy soil, they have been known to take root in almost any soil condition. From loam to heavy clay, they are prolific colonizers. each fast growing plant will spread to a diameter of roughly 3 feet. Given proper care they will propagate naturally to fill whatever space the gardener desires. A wide range of habitats will allow this plant to thrive, doing well in USDA hardiness zones 3-8. Garden Plants Nursery Loves This Hardy Plant Perhaps best of all, Creeping Buttercup has natural pest repellent properties. They are avoided by mammalian herbivores, but critters (such as pets) that make the mistake of consuming the plant will only experience stomach discomfort, and no lasting poisonous effects.

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Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

The Creeping Phlox is a perennial that is native to the eastern portion of the United States. Also known as Phlox Stolonifera, Moss Phlox, Mountain Phlox, Star Rock Phlox, and Phlox Subulata, this mat-forming plant can be found in a variety of vibrant colors. These include variations of white, blue, red, and even purple. It blooms between the months of April and September each year. The Appearance Of Creeping Phlox A member of the Polemoniaceae botanical family, it is a semi-evergreen favorite of many landscaping professionals. It provides a uniquely colored ground cover that brings a sense of boldness to any area. This plant is comprised of creeping stems that can grow up to two feet long. Its needle-like foliage is a dark green color and is commonly referred to as being mossy. The Bloom Of This Perennial This herbaceous perennial has a sweet cannabis aroma when in full bloom during the summer and fall months. Each of its flowers will have five flat petals and reach a maximum width of around one inch. Each flower will sport rounded lobes that have distinctive notches. Its flowers tend to grow in clusters. This plant offers a stunning sweep of bright colors that resemble a moss-like carpet. This is a very hardy and low-maintenance plant breed. It's salt, drought, and even deer resistant. Shop Garden Plants Nursery For Healthy Plants This attractive perennial is perfectly suited for bordering fronts, draping rock walls, and providing erosion control for disturbed slopes. It isn't prone to any severe disease or pest infestation problems. Each mat of them will reach a height of between four and six inches tall. When in full bloom, this plant will attract an array of butterflies and bees.With an average growth rate, Creeping Phlox can quickly add a field of vibrant color to any garden. In fact, placing multiple color variations next to one another will provide a sea of varying colors for any landscape. This truly unique plant will grow out to drape over any surface, and it will take root even between the cracks in a rock wall. It's very versatile and can tolerate all different types of growing conditions.

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Creeping Phlox

Creeping Phlox

Phlox subulata, commonly known as creeping phlox or moss phlox, is a low-growing perennial plant native to North America. This beautiful and hardy ground cover is a favorite among gardeners for its stunning carpet-like display of colorful flowers and its ability to thrive in various garden settings. They Love Lime And Sunshine They typically reach only 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm) and spread horizontally to form a dense mat of evergreen foliage. The leaves are small and needle-like and remain green throughout the year, providing an attractive ground cover even when the plant is not blooming. One of their most striking features is its profusion of star-shaped flowers that appear in spring. These flowers come in various vibrant colors, including pink, purple, blue, and white, creating a carpet of color that can be pretty breathtaking. The bloom can last several weeks, making it a standout in early spring gardens. Creeping Phlox Is A Very Versatile Plant The phlox is a versatile plant that can thrive in various garden conditions. It likes full sun to partisan shade and well-drained soil. It is drought-tolerant once established, making it a suitable choice for xeriscaping or rock gardens. This plant is also relatively low-maintenance and requires minimal pruning or deadheading. Gardeners often use them as a ground cover to prevent soil erosion on slopes or to fill in gaps between rocks in rock gardens. Its low spreading habit makes it an excellent choice for edging along pathways or flower borders. In summary, Phlox subulata, or creeping phlox, is a charming and versatile perennial plant known for its vibrant springtime display of colorful flowers, evergreen foliage, and ability to thrive in various garden settings. Whether used as a ground cover, edging, or in rock gardens, this low-maintenance plant is a popular choice among garden enthusiasts for its beauty and adaptability. Buy This Perennial At Garden Plants Nursery

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Daffodils

Daffodils

The Daffodil, scientifically known as Narcissus, is a popular spring-flowering perennial plant celebrated for its cheerful and vibrant blooms. It belongs to the Amaryllidaceae family and is native to Europe and North Africa, though it has been widely grown and naturalized in many parts of the world. They are cherished for their striking beauty and are common in gardens, parks, and floral arrangements. This Perennial Is Long-Lived Daffodils are characterized by their distinctive trumpet-shaped flowers, which typically feature six petal-like tepals arranged in two layers. The central trumpet-like structure, known as the corona, surrounds a cluster of stamens and contrasts in color with the surrounding tepals. The most common color is bright yellow, but it can also be found in shades of white, cream, orange, and even pink. Daffodils Are Extremely Versatile One of their remarkable attributes is their ability to thrive in different conditions and soil types. They are typically rugged and simple to grow, making them an ideal option for beginner and professional gardeners. The bulbs are usually planted in the fall, allowing them to establish roots before producing stunning blooms in the spring. They are often used to create colorful borders, naturalize woodland areas, or add vibrant accents to flower beds. Beyond their aesthetic appeal, they hold cultural and symbolic significance. In many cultures, daffodils symbolize renewal, hope, and the arrival of spring. They are also associated with the celebration of Easter in some regions. They are a true herald of spring, bringing joy and a sense of renewal with their bright and cheerful blossoms. Their ease of cultivation and versatility in landscaping have made them a beloved flower in gardens worldwide, and their timeless beauty continues to captivate people of all ages. Shop Today At Wholesale Nursery Co

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Daisy

Daisy

Daisy plant is a classic flowering perineal that grows the best in hardiness zones 4 to 9. It is best planted in the early to mid-spring to allow the roots time to establish themselves. They have narrow, serrated leaves and flower blooms that come in various colors, including whites, pinks, purples, and yellows. The Daisy Plants Are Very Hardy They will begin blooming in the summer, and its cold tolerance allows it to continue into fall. As the flowers die off, trim them at the bloom's base to extend the growing season. These plants can grow from 10 inches to several feet tall and must be planted in an area that will be protected from high winds, lest they get blown over. They like soil that's well-drained with a sandy consistency. This Perennial Doesn't Like A Lot Of Water Soil that has too much water will cause fungal diseases and weaken the plant. They are drought tolerant once they start growing but must be watered regularly in their first few seasons. The plants require full sun for optimum growth, and while it will tolerate occasional partial shade, this could stunt the plant's growth. The flower head will start to wither in the fall, signaling an end to its blooming season. At this time, the Daisy can be pruned down to about an inch or two above the soil line. They reproduce by their root system, and after about 2 to 3 years, they will need to be divided out to prevent overcrowding. It is best to divide the plant in early spring before the flowers begin blooming or in late fall after the blooming season is over. Shop Garden Plants Nursery Hardy Planting Zone - Grows best in zones 4 to 9 Bloom Season (if any) - Summer and fall Bloom Color - Whites, pinks, purples, and yellows Height at Maturity - From 10 inches to several feet tall Soil Type Preferred - Well-drained, sandy soil Sun or Shade - Full sun is required

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Dianthus Sweet William

Dianthus Sweet William

Dianthus Sweet William is a popular ornamental plant aboriginal to southern Europe and some regions of Asia. It’s an herbaceous biennial that can grow up to 3 feet tall. In some areas, the plant may be a short-lived perennial instead. The Stunning Flowers Of Dianthus Sweet William Prized for its beautiful flowers, it produces a dense cluster of blooms at the top of its stems – up to 30 in one cluster. The flowers are small, only about 2-3 cm in diameter, and consist of five petals with serrated edges. In the wild, the flowers are a gorgeous combination of red and white. Cultivars can be white, pink, red, purple, or variegated. The flowers have a spicy scent similar to the scent of cloves. It’s unknown exactly how the plant acquired the common name. Legend has it that the flower was named to honor Prince William, Duke of Cumberland, after his victory at the Battle of Culloden in the 18th century. But of course, this can’t be verified. It’s also rumored to be named after William the Conqueror or Saint William of York. This Perennial Is A Great Addition To Any Landscape No matter where it got its name, it is a beloved flower amongst gardeners in the United States and the UK. It makes a beautiful addition to a butterfly garden, pollinator garden, or any area of the landscape where you want to attract butterflies, bees, and birds. The cut flowers make beautiful bouquets and are often used in bridal bouquets. Shop Garden Plants Nursery Today Dianthus Sweet William prefers to be planted in full sun to partial shade, in an area with slightly alkaline, loamy and well-drained soil. Seed directly into the garden or indoors for later transplanting. Deadheading will encourage more flowers. This plant doesn’t need a lot of care. Keep it watered, mulched, and fertilized, and it will thrive in almost any garden.

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Dutchmas Breeches

Dutchmas Breeches

Dutchman’s Breeches, also known as Dicentra cucullaira, is a perennial wildflower that is native to the Eastern portion of the United States; though more rarely, the plant can also be found in the wooded areas of the Pacific Northwest. It blooms in the spring from March to April and goes dormant by mid-summer. The delicate looking flowers on this plant range in color from white to a very light pink and are light yellow at the tip. Dutchman's Breeches Flowers The flowers on them resemble a pair of pants that are hanging upside down, with the ankle on top. The small flowers, about ¾ in., appear in rows on leafless stems that protrude up through the foliage. The leaves on them are roughly 4 inches long and resemble those on a fern, are deeply cut, and are greyish-green in color. These plants are smaller in size at just one foot tall and one foot wide. They thrive best with an average amount of moisture, in well-drained and humus soil, and in part to fully shaded areas. Pollinators Love This Perennial Typically, they are pollinated by bumblebees who have the ability, with their long proboscis, to tap the nectar. Honeybees can also pollinate them but not as easily because they only have the ability to collect the pollen with their front feet. Try This Plant Today Shop Garden Plants Nursery Dutchman’s Breeches are best left in nature. However, if they are found in a garden because they go dormant by summer, they aren’t typically used as a border. If these plants are being used in a garden, they should be planted in the October or very early spring. It should be noted, that they grow from underground tubers, therefore, if they are planted in the right conditions they spread rapidly. They can be tamed by digging up and either removing or replanting the tubers.

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Dwarf Crested Iris

Dwarf Crested Iris

The Dwarf Crested Iris is always the star performer in your rock garden, classic beds, or front borders. Additionally, it's a beauty that demands attention wherever it blooms, and it always exceeds any of your expectations. Awesome is the description for this rare goddess of flowers. Dwarf Crested Iris Has Stunning Color Flowers If a future flower display that grows more beautiful over time is your goal, then this six-inch-high perennial will make all your dreams come true. Shades of blue-violet or white two-inch-wide flowers bloom in orchidlike sprays of profusion on the plant. The falls exhibit fuzzy, yellow crests similar to the tall bearded type. Furthermore, the dense foliage gracefully frames the blossoms in narrow jade-green leaves. This Perennial Loves Rock Gardens The early spring months of March, April, and May release an explosion of plant pastels that can be used to paint any landscape. Rocky slopes and shade-dappled woodlands, bluffs, road banks, and various habitats in zones 5 to 7 are welcome spots for the plant. Acidic, loose, loamy soil provides the foundation for a proliferation of flowers. Add rich compost into the amended, well-drained ground to promote an excellent head start. Just like the planting instructions for the tall bearded iris, this one also requires partial exposure of the rhizome to light. If you cover all of this root, it delays bloom time until this part performs a miracle of nature and works the rhizome up and into the light. Extra care in the first planting stages helps to ensure a mass of bloom. Try Garden Plants Nursery Today A vigorous deer-resistant, low-grower, it provides a tightly-woven root system that locks soil in place to combat erosion. Moreover, the blossom fragrance is sweet enough to use in aromatherapy calming lotions and essential oils to enhance a relaxed, healing atmosphere anywhere and anytime. Enjoy a show of iridescent hummingbirds and golden butterflies as they nestle among the blossoms, sipping the natural nectar. Making a decision to include Dwarf Crested Iris for native birds further activates your landscape and brings it to life with changing colors and movement.

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European Ginger

European Ginger

European Ginger from the Asarum species, belongs to the Birthwort family. It’s common in deciduous and coniferous forests in North America and Europe. Most species of it are evergreens but a few are deciduous. Ginger should be planted in shady areas or in shade gardens and thrive in moist, rich, well-drained soil. European Ginger's Bloom Season and Color Depending on your variety of Wild Ginter, you will see flowers bloom in early spring to summer, although some species stop producing flowers as early as May. Variations of flower color range from deep maroon, brown, to fleshy white trumpets. The flowers are almost invisible because they grow underneath a dense layer of leaves. This Perennials Height at Maturity Most species of it will reach about 6 inches in size and grow in a cluster 6 to 12 inches wide. This plant likes to form a symbiotic relationship with fungi. Garden Plants Nursery Will Help You With Your Gardening Needs It will need rich, moist, loamy soil. It must maintain a temperature of 65 to 70 degrees until it germinates in 2 to 4 weeks. When the seedlings get large enough, they can be moved into pots for their first year before planting in soil. It needs to grow in partial or complete shade. Mature plants should be planted in the garden in late winter, a month before the last killing frost. Seeds can be started indoors before spring but have to be placed in the freezer for 3 weeks prior to planting in flats or pots. European Ginger needs to be watered regularly and can be planted in shade gardens or among trees in foresty areas. Most species have heart-shaped leaves and hairy stems. Ginger grows in dense, dull-green mats six to eight inches in height.

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Evening Primrose

Evening Primrose

The Evening Primrose is a very showy flower whose blooming habits are truly one-of-a-kind. While yellow is its most common variety, it also comes in tones of pink and white. Also known as Oenothera Biennis, Fever Plant, or Suncups, this heat-loving plant is very drought-resistant and low-maintenance. Evening Primrose Blooms In The Evening Reaching over two feet tall with a two foot spread at maturity, this flower derives its name from its unusual blooming habits. This biennial plant will open its flowers around sunset and close them around noon the next day. A member of the Onagraceae family, this plant's roots penetrate deep into the soil. The Perennial's Growth Native to North America, this plant has a rosette leaf style at its base. Tall, hairy stems will shoot up and play host to lance-shaped leaves. These stalks will take on a purple hue as they grow. At the stem's apex, you'll find four-petaled cone-shaped flowers that love to bloom in clusters between the months of May and September. Even better, they each emit a gentle, lemony aroma that is pleasant for any home gardener. This herbaceous plant is fast-growing, making it the perfect addition to any open landscape area that you're looking to fill. Its ability to grow in poor soils will also make it the ideal choice for hard-to-grow spots in any garden. This hardy plant is self-seeding and isn't prone to any serious diseases or pest infestations. It's deer-resistant and will attract bees, butterflies, and a wide variety of birds. This Plant Is Garden Plants Nursery's Favorite This wildflower will transition from flowers to fruit pods in late July. These pods will be filled with close to 1,000 seeds that will be spread around via the wind to repropagate the Evening Primrose. They are typically about one and a quarter of an inch in size and appear much thicker at their base than at their tip.

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Fan Clubmoss

Fan Clubmoss

The aesthetically pleasing fan clubmoss is a great addition to any lawn or garden. It is the perfect ground cover and it is also environmentally friendly because it absorbs toxins. Hardy planting zone from 4-9 provide the best growth potential. The Evergreen Appearance Of Fan Clubmoss Also known by its scientific name Diphasiastrum digitatum, it is part of the Lycopodiaceae family. This moss is thick and boasts a rich green appearance. It grows really well in most any environment and only needs minimal sunlight. Sprouting usually occurs between July and October. This moss can be traced back over 410 million years and is known as one of the first identified vascular plants. It is found in eastern North America and Canada then as far south as Florida. This Perennial's Uses It was used for a variety of purposes, according to Native Americans and early European settlers. People who use parts of it should be aware that the spores are also highly flammable due to the oil content. Spores should be handled with great care. Growing It With Garden Plants Nursery It shoots straight up with horizontal stems that range from 3-8 inches in length. The fan-shaped moss releases spores as opposed to seeds. Because it has no flowers, pollination is not required. Maintenance is pretty easy. This moss needs very little to survive and thrive. It is also tolerant to drought, heat, and cold. It is great for preventing the spread of grass and other invasive weeds. So it can mix in other plants with no problem. This type of moss only needs to be planted once. Even in the worst conditions, they manage to grow back every year. They also keep your other plants in the garden safe and healthy by removing toxins in the soil. Another great use for it is the prevention of soil erosion. Specifically in mining areas, the moss has worked wonders in extracting toxins and pollutants from the soil. The plant can also absorb about 10 times its own weight making it ideal for flood zones. Fan Clubmoss is not cultivation-friendly. Attempts to transplant it from one area to another has proven highly unsuccessful. This is likely due to the slow spore growth, which can take up to 20 years.

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Fleabane Daisy

Fleabane Daisy

Fleabane Daisy is a member of the aster family has an erect, hairy stem that bears flowerheads full of white or pale pink ray flowers near the top of the plant. These flowers surround a yellow disk near and are held up by green sepals. The fragrance is mild but noticeable. In this the plant is much like its cousin the oxeye daisy though the rays, which can number 50 to 120, are short compared to the diameter of the disk. It may also be mistaken for an aster, but it blooms much earlier in the season. The toothed, slender, lance-shaped, hairy leaves are up to 5 inches in length and the plant increases from 1 to 5 feet tall. It gets its name from the belief that the flowers, when dried, would chase the fleas out of a house. Benefits Of Fleabane Daisy Some botanists believe that the plant is an annual or a biannual, which means it only lives for one season or two seasons. Others believe it is a perennial. Even if the plant is an annual, it self-seeds so abundantly many gardeners treat it like a perennial. When To Plant This Perennial It is best for hardiness zones 3 to 8 and flowers from June to October, though there maybe a pause in blooming during the hottest part of the summer. The flowers lead to achenes which have tufts that allow the wind to blow them away. Us At Garden Plants Nursery Love This Plant Fleabane daisy prefers well-drained loam and full sun, though it can do well in partial sun and is not particular about the kind of soil as long as it drains well. Some gardeners find that it flourishes in gravelly, clayey, alkaline soil. Seedlings should be thinned to about 18 inches apart, and the plants can be divided in spring. It is a wonderful plant for a meadow garden and attracts a host of pollinators.

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Foam Flower

Foam Flower

The Foam Flower, also known by its scientific name, Tiarella cordifolia, is a wildflower known for forming tall clumps with heart-shaped lobed leaves. The species is found growing wild in a variety of places such as North America, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, Georgia, Maine, Tennessee, Ohio, Minnesota, and Kentucky. Where To Plant Foam Flower It thrives in the wild in areas such as white cedar forests, hemlock, stream banks, and deciduous woodlands. It can commonly be seen growing wild near creeks and streams. During spring, the foliage features starry white and pink toned florets covering the ground. It’s perfect for shade gardens and woodlands that have soil that is moist and well-drained. This Perennial Is An Evergreen The semi-evergreen and glossy leaves have long petioles that come directly from the runners. The florets have long stamens that create a feathery or foamy appearance. The lopsided capsule is small and separates into two segments with a black shiny seed. The plant grows with an equal spread that measures 1’ tall and forms small colonies of dense clumps. Garden Plants Nursery Loves This Plant For A Ground Cover They provide good ground cover that is ideal for shade gardens and wildlife gardens. It attracts butterflies and is often used as a nectar plant or as part of a mass or group planting. These delicate flowers look beautiful in rock gardens, cottage gardens, and perennial borders. They also make an excellent addition to any landscaping design. Foam Flower are easy to care for and look great planted alone or with a group of other plants. It adds a pop of color, brightness, texture, and fullness to any garden, yard, or landscape. Hardy Planting Zone – USDA 4 through 9 Bloom Season – Spring and fall Bloom Color – White or pink Height at Maturity – 6” to 12” inches Soil Type Preferred – Average soil, fertile soil, moisture retentive Sun or Shade – Part sun, shade

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Geranium Maculatum

Geranium Maculatum

Geranium maculatum, or wild geranium, is a perennial plant; these lovely plants are hardy in zones 3-8. It is also known by the names cranesbill geranium, alum root, spotted geranium, and wood geranium. It typically grows in the woods and spreads easily, although it does well in full sun. This hardy plant consists of unbranched stems and blooms in spring to early summer. The blooms are usually pink to purplish and the blooms attract butterflies and bees. The petals have darker colored lines that attract insects for pollinating. Wild geranium is a terrific plant for native bees. The blooms are 1 to 1½ inches across with 5 petals and 10 stems with yellow tips. The average height of the plant is 24 inches, and it has a width of 12-18 inches. Shop Garden Plants Nursery Today It is most commonly found in woods, thickets, and roadside areas, which are shaded throughout the state of Missouri. The plant blooms into delicate-looking, saucer-shaped flowers that are pink to lilac in color. These , therefore, are very attractive, and therefore, it is commonly used as a garden plant even in regions where it does not grow naturally. Geranium Maculatum Has Seeds The seeds are packed into pods and attached to a structure that resembles a cranes bill. When it dries, it catapults the seeds away from the host plant. The seeds then use their small tail-like structure that curves and motions in reaction to shifts in humidity. This process helps the seeds anchor to the soil to germinate. Planting This Perennial Enjoy the geranium maculatum in the woods or in your own garden. The wild geranium prefers moist soil with lots of organic matter. It is a delicate looking plant, but looks are deceiving as this little beauty is also very hardy. Botanical Name - Wild Geranium - Geranium maculatum Hardy Planting Zones - 3-8 Mature Height - 18-24" Mature Width - 12-18" Bloom Season - Late Spring to Early Summer Gardener Status - Beginner Soil Type - Humusy soil with lots of organic materia

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Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Plant

Goat's Beard Aruncus dioicus, also known as Bride's Feathers or False Spirea, is perennial flowering plant that belongs to the Rosaceae family. This striking and ornamental plant is native to North America, Europe, and Asia and is prized for its feathery, plume-like white or cream-colored flower clusters, which resemble a goat's beard, hence the common name. Goat's Beard Plant Is A Perfect Border Plant The plant typically reaches 3 to 6 feet (90 to 180 cm) and spreads to form dense clumps. Its compound, pinnate leaves are dark green and finely serrated, adding to its attractiveness. In late spring to early summer, tall, erect stems rise from the foliage, bearing the impressive, creamy-white or pale yellowish flowers in large, pyramid-shaped panicles. Each flower cluster can measure 6 to 12 inches long and has numerous tiny, star-shaped blossoms. These flowers' delicate, airy appearance makes them a favorite in garden settings. The plant is dioecious, meaning that individual plants are male or female. The male plants typically produce more significant and more numerous flower clusters, while the female plants develop inconspicuous, greenish flowers. This plant thrives in moist, well-draining soil and likes partisan shade, making it a perfect option for woodland gardens or shaded areas. It's relatively low-maintenance and can tolerate a range of soil types. Garden Plants Nursery Loves To Support Pollinators In addition to its aesthetic appeal, the goat's beard also provides valuable habitat and food for pollinators like bees and butterflies. It's a great addition to wildlife-friendly gardens. In conclusion, goats beard is a beautiful and versatile perennial plant known for its feathery, white, cream-colored flowers and lush foliage. It adds elegance and charm to shaded gardens, attracts pollinators, and is relatively low-maintenance. It is popular among gardeners looking to enhance their outdoor spaces with a touch of natural beauty. Buy This Perennial Today

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Golden Rod

Golden Rod

The Golden Rod Plant is a herbaceous perennial that is defined by its bright yet small and dense clusters of yellow flowers. These beautiful blooms sit atop the tall green stems from July all the way through September. Native to North America, Mexico, and Eurasia, these plants are commonly found in woodlands, meadows, prairies, swamps, and gardens. The Benefits Of Planting Golden Rod This perennial is simple to grow and will flourish in a variety of different conditions. It's drought-tolerant, and it possesses attractive nectar alongside tasty seeds that will be sure to bring in an array of curious bees, butterflies, and birds. Part of the Aster botanical family, this plant is resistant to deer. It's also not prone to any serious diseases or insect problems. The Growth Of This Perennial The Plant will extend up to a size of between three and seven feet and a width of six to eight feet. Depending on the specific species, this plant may have one or multiple wooden stems erecting from its roots. The stems tend to be very rigid and smooth to the touch. Along its stems, there are alternating dark green leaves that reach between two and a half and three and a half inches long by one-half to one inch wide. These are typically serrated and can be smooth or hairy. This herbaceous plant gives off a light anise or licorice aroma. Garden Plants Nursery Offers Stunning Flowers At its apex, this plant will produce clusters of flowers throughout the summer and fall months. Each specific bloom will have five ray flowers that calculate less than a quarter of an inch in length. These disk flowers have a total width of around one-third of an inch, making them relatively minuscule.The Golden rod Plant loves to grow in clusters. This makes it the perfect plant for bordering gardens, walkways, and so much more. Its invigorating yellow burst of color can provide a great contrast against dark green foliage. Due to its height, this herbaceous plant is commonly chosen by homeowners as an attractive backdrop for household gardens. With its lovely sweet scent, it can also make the perfect potted patio plant.

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Goldenseal Plant

Goldenseal Plant

Goldenseal, also known as orangeroot and yellow puccoon, it was used by indigenous peoples in parts of North America for thousands of years, and remains popular with herbalists and natural healers today. You may have seen it in the woods nestled in deep shade. The name “goldenseal” comes from the rhizome’s yellow color and sap, traditionally used as a dye. The Growth Of Goldenseal In botanical terms, Hydrastis canadensis L. is described as a forb: a broadleaf (non-grass, characterized by wide leaves rather than needles) herbaceous (never developing wood) perennial flowering plant. It has an underground rhizome system, sometimes referred to as a creeping rootstock, meaning that its stem grows horizontally underground and produces branching roots in the same way as iris. The Appearance Of This Perennial Goldenseal is a pretty little plant with a distinct appearance unlikely to be confused with that of any other plant. In the spring, dark green, slightly wrinkled, multi-lobed leaves appear on forked stems. The leaves usually span 3-12 inches. On the top leaves will appear a single small white flower without petals, eventually turning into a raspberry-like fruit later in the summer. Each fruit yields up to 30 black seeds. Garden Plants Nursery Offers This Plant And So Much More Although the natural range of goldenseal used to extend from Quebec southward to Georgia and from the Atlantic coast to the Mississippi River basin, today the plant is considered endangered in the wild due to overharvesting. It is a naturally resistant plant with few pests or diseases in its ideal environment. The rhizome grows and spreads horizontally outward year after year. Hardiness Zone: 3-7 Mature Height: 8-15 inches Soil Preferences: Loamy, rich in organic matter, pH 5.5-6.5; add lime to increase growth if soil is too acidic; responds well to top-dressing and mulching Water: Moist but well-drained; does well on slopes and raised beds Light: Partial to full shade Flowering Habit: Single white flower April-May, followed by a red berry-like fruit in midsummer Growth Type: Perennial Propagation: Best results from rhizome pieces over ½ inch with attached roots and at least one bud

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Great White Trillium

Great White Trillium

The Great White Trillium, also commonly referred to as the trinity plant for it's grouping of three leaves, three petals, and three sepals, are a gorgeous addition to any garden. The blooms are a pure white color, though can begin to turn pale pink as they age. The leaves of the plant are a veined dark green, with no mottling. The flowering season may differ, depending on the environment, but most plants begin to flower in mid to late Spring. Adding Great White Trillium To Your Landscape Rated for zones 4 to 8, it is great for smaller spaces. Reaching an average height between twelve and fourteen inches, an average width between eight to twelve inches, and the beautiful white blooms themselves can reach four to five inches across. While other species of them tend to be stand alone plants, the Great White tend to form large drifts in the wild, making a spectacular sight - perhaps why they have always been a favorite of wildflower gardeners. Where To Plant This Perennial Planting is best done in late fall when the plants are dormant, and partial to full shade is recommended. Native primarily to North America, the plant thrives in evenly moist, well draining soil, and usually requires little maintenance once planted. So long as the soil is kept damp but not soggy, they tend to take care of themselves. The plants also have the added benefit of being deer resistant, meaning that your hard work won't be eaten before you can enjoy the pristine flowers. This Plant Is Garden Plants Nursery's Top Seller  Great White Trilliums can be a little stubborn, if starting from scratch. Planting the seeds will yield beautiful flowers, but patience is key as it can take a few years to see them bloom. Growing from a cutting can often require the same patience, as well as more maintenance. However, many gardeners have had great success will transplanting the Great White.

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Hairy Buttercup

Hairy Buttercup

Hairy Buttercup Plant, is a beautiful herbaceous perennial that can be enjoyed year after year with very little maintenance, providing good ground cover. This low maintenance flower is perfect for flower beds, lawns, and borders. For a seasonal flower patch, the plant is hearty enough to withstand regular mowing during the off season when the flowers are dormant. Hairy Buttercup's Growth Each plant will grow to a height of approximately 18 inches. Gorgeous yellow flowers will crown the thin stems for up to a full 4 months. The leaves of the plant are a luscious green with 3 hairy lobes. The plants will bloom in late spring and continue through summer from May to August, making them the perfect compliment to both early and late bloomers to ensure beautiful flowers all year long. The Perennial's Flowers The Flowers are a vivid yellow, borne in small clusters. Each flower will have 5 shiny overlapping petals, and open to a diameter of roughly 1 inch. They are very aromatic, which makes them a great addition to a bouquet and a terrific attractant to pollinators. Bees make for a healthy garden, which the plant will attract in droves. The Plant Has Low Maintenance Needs Keeping the plants healthy requires little effort. They prefer full to partial sun. Though they do best in moist loamy soil, they have been known to take root in almost any soil condition. From loam to heavy clay, they are prolific colonizers. each fast growing plant will spread to a diameter of roughly 3 feet. Given proper care they will propagate naturally to fill whatever space the gardener desires. A wide range of habitats will allow this plant to thrive, doing well in USDA hardiness zones 3-8. Find Companion Plants At Garden Plant Nursery Perhaps best of all, The Hairy Buttercup Plant has natural pest repellent properties. They are avoided by mammalian herbivores, but critters (such as pets) that make the mistake of consuming the plant will only experience stomach discomfort, and no lasting poisonous effects.

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Hepatica Plant

Hepatica Plant

Hepatica plants, more commonly referred to as liverwort, are members of the buttercup family and are native to North America, Europe, and Asia. Heptica’s common name is a reference to how its leaves resemble the human liver. When buds begin to blossom in the spring, it is one of the more recognizable and is considered to be a signature wildflower. The Gorgeous Flowers Of Hepatica Plant Each flower grows from one individual stem and can contain anywhere from 6 to 20 petals, depending on the plant variety. Flowers are usually lavender color, sometimes pink. White variations of the flower are usually seen in the southern United States. When blooming, it gives of a pleasant scent which is described as being very reminiscent of spring. In terms of leaves, they are typically a dark green color and possess tiny little hairs which are soft to the touch. During winter, it leaves begin to turn much darker. As it is mostly seen in damp, heavily forested areas in the wild, similar conditions are best when growing them in a garden setting. It can be transplanted rather easily, but it's best to leave it relatively undisturbed in a shady spot under trees, where the soil is rich with nutrients. Slightly acidic soil with proper drainage is preferable, although it is well-known for its ability to withstand overly-wet conditions better than most plants. Attract Wildlife With This Perennial  Hepatica plants are self-pollinating perennials. Even though it might not be needed, the flowers are a great way to attract common pollinators like butterflies and bees to a garden setting as well as other animal life. Find It At Garden Plant Nursery Today Hardy Planting Zone: Zones 4,5,6,7,8, and 9 Bloom Season: Spring Bloom Color: Usually lavender or white, sometimes pink Height at Maturity: 4 to 6 in. Soil Type Preferred: Well-drained, moist, acidic soil Sun or Shade: Partial to full shade

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Indian Pink Plant

Indian Pink Plant

Indian Pink Plant is a perennial, meaning that the same plant comes back every year. It has a bloom that is striking an appearance. The flower appears from a deep red bud, which blossoms into a neon green five petaled flower. From this flower, extends a long bright yellow stamen. Indian Pink Plant's Stunning Flowers The flower appears in its full glory in late June. It can produce up to 2 ft tall. The leaves are quite large in comparison with the flower, and they are a deep green in color. They grow all the way up the stem and just beneath the flower. Caring for the Plant The plant actually prefers partial to full shade. Placing it in partial shade, rather than full shade, will make it so that it is more abundant and the flowers are more ample. The soil should be moist and well draining, so you should water it on at least a weekly basis. You can add to the plant's hardiness by mixing in a scoop full of compost when you plant it in the ground. This will make the blooms enhance in color and the foliage more lush. Its Uses in Landscaping You can plant this plant anywhere where you are looking for a rich ground cover that also boasts beautiful flowers. You can even use it as the focal point of an area in your landscaping, because its blooms are maroon and bright green that attract much attention. You should give it a lot of space to grow when you plant it with other plants. Indian Pink Plant is used in landscaping when you need to take up a lot of space. It may be used alongside large flowering shrubs, in order to populate the dirt below with greenery. It may also be used as the center of a circular bed, framed by a stone border or brick border. You can use it to border an area of your garden, as well when planted close together, but in only one row. Shop Perennials Today At Garden Plant Nursery

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Iris Cristata

Iris Cristata

Iris Cristata can be planted along streams, rocky ground, or woodland soil. They can grow up to a full stature of 4-9 inches and spread evenly to form a groundcover. Indeed, the authenticity of the plant allows it to endure a bright sun or a partial shade for growth. Do you desire a highlighted blossom bed? Then it is exactly what you are looking for. Because of its rare crested blue-purple flower which is smaller in size but very pleasing to the eye.  Importance of Choosing Iris Cristata The main thing you should know about it is that as much as it is a wild plant, it blends well with the ecosystem of fertile, woody, or rocky grounds. If there is enough moisture and sunlight or shade, then that is what it needs to grow. The Plant's Color  The unique color of the plant allure in hummingbirds, gives the garden a balanced wildlife appearance. Imagine this, you step out to your garden and have a classic view of your flower beds with hummingbirds flying over and singing their tunes, sounds magical right? That is why it is a perfect fit for a fascinating scene.  The Growth Rate Of The Perennial Also, Iris Cristata is known for its growth rate into different shapes that act as a good cover plant in the garden. Indeed, this feature is important because it gives the soil a uniform landscape, controls soil erosion, reduces weed growth, and acts as a grass shade. Shop At Garden Plant Nursery Today

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Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit

Jack In The Pulpit is an herbaceous perennial plant also known as the Indian Turnip, Brown Dragon, bog onion, Wild Turnip and American Wake Robin. It gets its name from the shape of the blossoms which have a cuplike hooded top showing off a variety of colors from cream to green and burgundy to brown. The hood or the spathe showcases a spike or spadix that could be mistaken for a man standing in the pulpit is covered with tiny male and female flowers of a wide variety of colors: white, red, pink and green. It is framed by basal leaves in sets of three. Jack In The Pulpit's Requirements It is native to the Midwest and grows hardily in zones 2-7. It thrives in soils that are damp and acidic. It also likes rich humus forest soils. This is an excellent plant for extremely boggy areas of your garden or lawn. Growth Of The Perennial Plant The plant reaches 6 inches to 3 feet at full growth. They grow well in partial shade and full shade. From mid to late summer it will produce red berries in a clustered cone that takes the place of the spike. Eventually, the hood dies and the berries in their full rich glory are displayed. The plant can be found growing wildly in rich moist woods growing from New Brunswick, Canada all the way to Florida. This plant is an exceptional addition to bog or rain gardens and its very tolerant of poorly drained soils. Grow them from the berries' seeds planted in the fall in 6 inches of slightly acidic soil with lots of organic matter. These make a good addition to shade gardens and outliners around the edges of woodlands. The Plant's Appearance Jack in the Pulpit is very easy to grow and care for. Blooms appear in mid to late spring covering the spadix and by the end of the summer the spadix disappears and the cluster of green, then ripe red berries appears, so for months your garden is decorated with color. Get Yours Today At Garden Plant Nursery

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Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder

Jacobs Ladder, scientifically known as Polemonium caeruleum, is a delightful perennial herbaceous plant that belongs to the Polemoniaceae family. This charming herb is native to Europe and grows in various parts of North America. Its common name is inspired by the arrangement of its pinnately compound leaves, which resemble the rungs of a ladder. It is a hardy plant that typically reaches 12 to 24 inches. It produces attractive, fern-like foliage with numerous leaflets arranged alternately along the stem. The leaves generally are split into smaller leaflets, giving them a delicate and graceful appearance. The leaflets are typically lance-shaped and have a lush green color.   Jacobs Ladder Has A Gorgeous Bloom   One of the most striking features is its delicate, bell-shaped flowers that appear in clusters at the tips of slender stems. These flowers can be deep blue, violet, or white, with a unique spiral pattern inside, adding to their visual appeal. Cultivating it in your garden is relatively straightforward. It thrives in well-draining soil and prefers partial to full shade, making it an excellent choice for woodland gardens or shaded areas. This plant is known for its adaptability to various soil conditions but prefers a slightly acidic to neutral pH. Uses Of The Perennial Plant Gardeners often use it as an ornamental addition to their landscapes due to its graceful foliage and eye-catching flowers. Moreover, the Jacob Ladder requires minimal maintenance, making it a favorite choice for gardeners seeking low-maintenance yet elegant plants. In conclusion, Jacobs Ladder is a charming perennial plant appreciated for its distinctive foliage and lovely bell-shaped flowers. It is relatively easy to cultivate and adds a touch of elegance to shaded garden spaces, making it a cherished choice among garden enthusiasts. Whether for its visual appeal or historical significance, it is a captivating plant with much to offer to those who choose to cultivate it. Buy Today At Garden Plant Nursery

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Perennials are plants with a long life span, often living for several years

Easy Perennial Choices in Gardens When adding perennial plants to your garden, it is essential to choose wisely. We will discuss some of the most accessible perennial choices that you can make for your garden. These plants will be low maintenance and easy to keep alive.

Daffodils grow well in most soils and climates, requiring very little maintenance. Just make sure to plant them in a spot where they will get plenty of sun, and you will be able to enjoy their cheerful blooms for many years to come.

Buttercups grow well in both sun and shade, and they require very little water once they are established. They also come in a variety of colors, shapes, and sizes.

Solomans Seal Soloman’s seal is an excellent choice because it offers beautiful leaves in addition to spectacular blooms. It grows well in partial shade, so if you have a spot that gets sun but not direct sunlight all day long, then Solomon’s seal could be the perfect plant for you.

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Dutchman’s breeches are another shade-loving perennial that is easy to care for. They produce beautiful bell-shaped flowers in the spring, and they will continue to bloom until late summer. Dutchman breeches also grow well in most soils, so you don’t have to worry about them not adapting.

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Orange daylily is an easy-to-grow perennial bloom in the early summer and provides bright orange flowers to liven up any garden. Daylilies only need partial shade, so they are a great choice if you have a spot in your yard that gets some sun but not all day long. Conclusion When choosing perennials for your garden, it is essential to select low-maintenance plants and easy to care for. These five plants are perfect examples of perennials that will thrive with little effort from you. So go ahead and add them to your garden this year – you won’t regret it.