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Garden Center Perennials for 2014

 

Perennials available for the 2014 Season:

The following perennials are grown in individual 4 ½” deep quart pots, in flats of 12 pots.  Western New York is newly rated Zone 6 for Plant Hardiness.  Lower numbers indicate greater hardiness; higher numbers indicate more tender plants.  Other factors (altitude, soil types, exposure, amount of moisture, etc.) can affect plant hardiness for any given locale.  We list the Hardiness Zones for each plant as a general guideline.

 
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Genus Common Name Details

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Achillea millefolium Summer Pastels Yarrow 24” tall; flat flower clusters in mix of pink, red, rose, apricot, cream, beige, lavender, purple, white; blooms June to July; requires good drainage; full sun.
3 Alcea rosea Chater’s Prize Mix Hollyhock

4-6’ tall spikes; double 4” blooms in crimson, pink, rose, yellow, white; blooms July to September; full sun; likes good drainage.

3 Alcea rosea Charter’s Maroon Hollyhock 4-6’ tall spikes; double 4” blooms in a deep maroon-purple shade; blooms July to September; full sun; likes good drainage.
3 Aquilegia McKana’s Giants Columbine 30” plants; mixed colors, solid and bicolor; blooms May-June; early sun, afternoon shade.
3 Aquilegia Biedermeier Columbine 18”; low plants; mixed colors;  blooms late spring to early summer; full sun to partial shade.
3 Arabis caucasica Snow Cap Rock Cress

6”; white flowers; blooms early April to June; sun to afternoon shade.

4 Bellis Tasso Mix English Daisy 4-6” plants; extra-double 1” flowers in white, rose, pink and red; blooms May to mid-June; prefers cool summers; sun to shade
4 Aster Alpine Mix   12” plants; 3” flowers in white, lilac and blue; blooms late May-June; sun or partial shade.
4 Bellis Tasso Mix English Daisy 4-6” plants; extra-double 1” flowers in white, rose, pink and red; blooms May to mid-June; prefers cool summers; sun to shade.
2 Campanula Poscharskyana Serbian Bellflower 4-6”; dwarf species; small green leaves; lavender-blue flowers; blooms late spring; full sun to partial shade
4 Catananche Amor Blue Cupid’s Dart

18-27”; low clump of narrow grey-green leaves, bright blue flowers on upright stems in summer; excellent cut flower; full sun

3 Centaurea Dealbata
Cornflower / Bachelor Button

18-29” bushy clump of grey-green divided leaves, with rosy-purple flowers; blooms early to mid summer; full sun

2 Chryanthemum Robinson’s Mix Painted Daisy 18-29”; bright green, ferny foliage;  upright stems bearing loads of single yellow-eyed daisies, in shades of white, pink or crimson red; blooms early to mid summer; full sun.
4 Coreopsis Rising Sun   20-368”; double yellow flowers; blooms June to September; full sun.
6 Delosperma cooperii Table Mountain Ice Plant 6”; succulent foliage; cushion habit; vibrant purple-red flowers; blooms in summer; needs dry, sandy soil; full sun.
3 Delphinium Magic Fountain Dark Blue with Dark Bee Larkspur

24-36”; blooms in early to midsummer, attracts humming birds. part shade to full sun

3 Delphinium Magic Fountain Dark Blue with White Bee Larkspur

24-36”; blooms in early to midsummer, attracts humming birds. part shade to full sun

3 Delphinium Magic Fountain Lavender Larkspur

24-36”; blooms in early to midsummer, attracts humming birds. part shade to full sun

3 Delphinium Magic Fountain Sky Blue Larkspur 24-36”; blooms in early to midsummer, part shade to full sun.
4 Delphinium Summer Cloud Blue Larkspur 10-12”; blooms in early to midsummer, part shade to full sun
3 Dianthus Double Midget Mix Sweet Williams

6-12”; blooms all summer, plant in full summer

3 Dianthus Deltoides Brilliant Maiden Pinks

6-12”; dense mat of velvety green; red flowers; blooms June to September; full sun.

4 Digitalis Purpurea Foxy Foxglove 24”-36”; mix of white, cream, yellow, pink, lavender, magenta, purple; blooms in June; prefers partial shade; biennial.
2 Doronicum Little Leo Leopard’s Bane 36-48”; Densely clothed stems of Guernsey cream bells remain in flower June- August. Part shade to full sun.
4 Echinacea Cheyenne Spirt Cone Flower 24”; 2013 AAS Flower Award Winner. First-year flowering, blooms in June – fall; full sun to part shade
3 Echinacea Magnus Coneflower 24-30”; large rose-purple flowers; petals lie flatter than other cultivars; tolerates heat, drought and windy conditions; blooms mid-summer to frost; full sun to part shade.
4 Echinacea Pow Wow Wild Berry Coneflower

24-30”; 2010 All-America Selection (AAS) Award white flowers with yellow centers; heat and drought tolerant; blooms mid-summer to frost; full sun to part shade.

4 Festuca glauca Blue Fescue Grass

6-18”; ornamental grass with blue/green foliage; part shade to full sun

3 Gaillardia x grandiflora Arizona Red Shades Blanket Flower

8-12”; Dwarf hybrid has large brick red daisy-like flowers with black-red center with some petals tipped in gold ,uniform, compact, mounded habit; performs well under a wide range of conditions; blooms from early summer until frost, full sun.

3 Gaillardia x grandiflora Arizona Sun Blanket Flower 12”; uniform, compact, mounded habit; performs well under a wide range of conditions; blooms from early summer until frost. (yellow and red); full sun
3 Gaillardia x grandiflora Arizona Apricot Blanket Flower 12”; uniform, compact, mounded habit; performs well under a wide range of conditions; blooms from early summer until frost. (2011 All-America Selections winner; yellow edges with apricot center) full sun.
5 Gaura Lindheimeri ‘The Bride’ The Bride

32-40”; loose sprays of white flowers; drought tolerant; full sun to partial shade

4 Hieracium Maculatum “Leopard” Spotted Hawkweed

6-10”; blue-green leaves, flecked with maroon purple; bright yellow flowers appear in early summer; full sun to partial shade

4 Heuchera micrantha Palace Purple Coral Bells 12”; mahogany-red foliage; small white flowers from May to July; sun to part shade.
3 Iberis Sempervirens Snowflake Candytuft

8-10”; Cascading, evergreen foliage with white flowers; drought tolerant;full sun to partial shade.

5 Lavender   24” Fresh flowers can be crystallized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and sachets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. Full sun.
3 Lewisia Cotyledon Elise   Bitterroot

) 6-8”; deep green leaves; large, pink, star shaped flowers; blooms late spring- early summer; full sun to partial shade

2 Linum perenne blue sapphire blue flax 10-12”; bushy mound of small, ferny green leaves, bearing loads of small sky-blue flowers; excellent for edging; full sun
3 Lobelia Queen Victoria   - 24-36” Spectacular perennial with almost black, luxurious foliage, purple red stems and late summer spikes of brilliant red flowers. Full sun, Partial shade.
4 Lupine Camelot Mix  

18-20”; mixed colors of red, white, rose, blue and yellow; blooms late spring to early summer; full sun.

4 Myosotis Victoria Blue Forget-Me-Not 6-8”; blue flowers; compact mounded habit; blooms May to June; sun to shade; prefers moist shaded conditions.
4 Myosotis Victoria Rose Forget-Me-Not 6-8”; flowers in shades of pink and rose; compact mounded habit; blooms May to June; prefers moist shaded conditions.
3 Oenothera Macrocarpa Ozark Sundrops 6-12”; sun-loving plant produces large yellow, crepe-textured flowers all summer long; drought tolerant; full sun.
3 Poppy Iceland Wonderland Mix  

10-12”; large bright flowers on compact stems; day-length neutral; produces multiple flower stems at one time; blooms April to May; full sun.

3 Poppy Iceland Moondance Yellow  

12-18”;buutery yellow flowers; blooms in Spring; full sun.

3 Poppy Oriental Allegro  

16”; large bright flowers with dark eyes; blooms May-June; sun to part shade.

4 Primula-Supernova Mix   8" plants with extra large 2" blooms on multiple flower stems. Blooms early to late spring (April-May)
3 Prunella grandiflora Self Heal

6-8”; Dense, mounded plants with light green foliage and blue flowers; blooms late spring through late summer; full sun

4 Rudbeckia fulgida Goldsturm Black-eyed Susan, Orange Coneflower 24”; deep yellow daisy-like flowers with black center; blooms July-September; trouble-free and long-lived; full or part sun.
4 Rudbeckia Indian Summer Black-eyed Susan 18”; semi-double and double gold flowers with dark centers; blooms July to frost; sun.
4 Sagina subulata Scotch Moss 2-4”; creeping, moss-like, evergreen groundcover;; tiny white flowers late spring to midsummer; prefers more sun than most mosses; sun to part sun.
4 Salvia Rose Queen Wood Sage

15-24”; rose pink flower spikes; blooms early-late summer; full sun

3 Sempervivum Hens and Chicks; Houseleek 4-6”; grow well in a wide variety of soils; need good drainage; several different types and colors of rosettes; sun.
4 Shasta Daisy Crazy Daisy   24-28”; 2 1/2” white blooms with yellow eyes, with a high percentage of them fully double; petals are quilled giving a fluffy look; blooms June to August; full sun.
2 Silene acaulis Moss Campion about 2”;long-lived Arctic plant; ground hugging, densely matted cushion bearing single pink flowers; blooms June – August; sandy soil; full sun
5 Sisyrinchium californicum Yellow Stone

6-12”;Bright yellow, star-like flowers appear at the tips     of the grassy foliage from spring through early summer; attracts hummingbirds and butterflies; full sun to partial shade       

3 Tanacetum niveum ‘Jackpot’ Snow Daisy 12-18”;forms a mound of finely cut silvery-grey foliage, loaded with small white, yellow-eyed daisies; blooms early summer through late fall drought tolerant; attracts butterflies; full sun
4 Veronica Sightseeing Mix Speedwell 28”; mix of white, pink and blue flowers on long spikes; blooms June-July; sun to partial shade.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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