Long Blooming Garden

Gardeners want perennials that bloom “all year.” Some perennials bloom for a fleeting few weeks. We have sought out long blooming perennials – those that flower for 6 weeks or more, weather permitting. A few bloom all summer and fall.

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  • Large Long blooming Heirloom Garden

    39 square feet, 33 plants total, blooming for months

    $263.03/ea

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    Long Blooming Garden
    Large – 39 square feet
    3  Agastache foeniculum       Anise hyssop
    5 Callirhoe involucrata        Prairie poppy mallow
    3 Coreopsis verticillata       Thread-leaved tickseed
    1 Buddleja davidii       Butterfly bush
    3 Calamintha nepeta ssp nepeta  Lesser calamint
    3 Platycodon grandiflorum  Balloon flower
    3 Rudbeckia triloba            Brown-eyed susan
    3  Ruellia humilis               Prairie petunia
    3 Salvia nemorosa             Meadow sage  $9.25
    3 Scabiosa ochroleuca        Cream pincushion flower

    30 plants covering 39 sq. ft. for only $263.03. Would be $298.90 if purchased separately.  You save $35.87.

  • Long blooming Heirloom Garden

    11 square feet, 11 plants total - flowers for months

    $93.59/ea

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    Long Blooming Garden
    2  Agastache foeniculum       Anise hyssop
    1 Callirhoe involucrata         Prairie poppy mallow
    1 Calamintha nepeta ssp. nepeta     Lesser calamint
    2 Kalimeris incisa                False aster
    1 Dianthus carthusianorum   Clusterhead pink
    3 Scabiosa ochroleuca           Cream Pincushion
    1 Rudbeckia triloba             Brown-eyed susan

    11 plants covering 14 sq. ft. for only $93.59. Would be $106.35 if purchased separately, saving $12.76.

  • Viola corsica Corsican violet Z 4-8

    Rare species violet. Clouds of blue violets with veined heart leading to tiny yellow centers

    $7.95/4" pot

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    Viola corsica   Corsican violet  Z 4-8
    Rare species violet. Clouds of blue violets with veined heart leading to tiny yellow centers from late spring thru fall-blooms its head off. Reliably perennial. More heat tolerant than pansies.

    Size: 5-7” x 8-10”
    Care: sun to part shade in moist well-drained soil.
    Native: Corsica

    1st described by Swedish botanist Carl Fredrik Nyman before 1893.