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White Flower Farm
$119.00

We learned a long time ago that butterflies love color almost as much as they love sweetness. Our collection of butterfly favorite...s covers approximately 35 sq ft and includes a total of 10 plants. Quantity of each plant is shown in parentheses below. Phlox paniculata 'David' (2) Liatris spicata 'Kobold' (3) Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (2) Agastache 'Blue Fortune' (1) Achillea millefolium Colorado Mixture (2) Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July June October September Spacing:12-18" Height:2-4' Ships as:BAREROOT OR POT GROWN read more

White Flower Farm
$39.00

Add texture and color to a dark corner of the garden with these shade lovers. With their flowing forms and harmonious coloring, th...ey make a natural and carefree combination from spring to frost. Includes two Athyrium niponicum dictum and one Hakonechloa macro 'Aureola.' Three plants total.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August Spacing:12-18" Height:12-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$29.95

This mixture of large-flowered hybrids replaces the Singles strain we offered for many years because the hybrids are substantially... more perennial. They owe their durability to one of their parents, A. ficifolia, a long-lived Siberian species with Fig-like foliage. In all other respects, these are the traditional Hollyhocks, whose towering spikes of huge (4–5″) blooms are one of summer's greatest pleasures. Colors run from white to pale yellow to pink and burgundy, and plants reach heights of 6–8′. Hollyhocks will never outlive Peonies, but the plants from this Perennial Mixture carry on long after their biennial cousins are gone. Use multiple plants for a full range of color. The common Hollyhock is one of the most desirable garden plants nature ever invented. Alcea should be planted in full sun and, if placed in a protected location, might not need to be staked. Flowering begins in June here and continues into August. Rust, a fungus that appears as orange-brown spotting on the leaves, can sometimes be a problem, but seems to have little effect on the vigor of the plant. This can be avoided or diminished by providing ample air circulation around the plants. If necessary, treat with applications of Neem Oil or sulfur starting early in the season.For more information on growing Alcea, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:18-24" Height:6-8' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

Burpee
$9.95

Spring Green is one of the best Viridiflora Tulip cultivars. It s an outstanding choice for cut flower arrangements. We suggest pl...anting it in groups of 10 in concert with scarlet Darwin Hybrids such as Ad Rem. Blooms mid to late spring. read more

White Flower Farm
$54.00

Send winter on its way with the exquisite blooms of Hellebore, which appear in our garden as early as March. As spring takes hold,... they’ll be joined by the graceful, sweetly scented white blossoms of Narcissus 'Thalia' for a lovely and carefree collaboration. We include 3 Hellebore plants (our choice of variety) plus 12 bulbs of 'Thalia.' Labeled.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:April March May Spacing:12-18" Height:18" Ships as:BAREROOT OR POT GROWN read more

White Flower Farm
$13.95

The flowers are wine red and irresistible to hummingbirds. Plants bloom long and hard and show excellent resistance to powdery mil...dew. A White Flower Farm introduction in 1992. This North American genus has several species, all of which share tartly fragrant foliage and the square stems that typify members of the Mint family. The late-summer flower heads are hemispheres of tubular blooms in brilliant colors. Plants thrive in full sun or partial shade and evenly moist soil. Under these conditions, they are vigorous to the point of invasiveness, perhaps past it. Hummingbirds are drawn to the flowers.  For more information on the growing and care of Monarda, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:15-18" Height:30-42" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$19.95

Looking for an impressive and unusual specimen? This tribute to the only female emperor in Chinese history certainly fits the bill.... One of the largest Hostas available, dark green 'Empress Wu' matures to a height of 4′ in about 5 years. Flower scapes with light lavender blooms stick their noses just above the foliage. A Proven Winners variety. PP 20,774 This genus of shade lovers has 70 species, all of them from China and Japan, and hybridizers have produced hundreds of exciting crosses. Hostas have many handsome leaf colorations and lavender or white Lily-like flowers on graceful stalks. Plants prefer a moist location, but we've had a mass planting thrive for more than 30 years under a row of Sugar Maples. (In the South and West, evenly moist soil is required.) Because Hostas are grown primarily for their foliage, we give the height of the leaves, not the flowers. For more information on growing Hostas, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July Spacing:4' Height:3-4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$13.95

There are few plants that can rival Oriental Poppies for sheer impact in the garden, and 'Türkenlouis' is one of the showiest of t...he lot. Its huge, orange-red blooms, with their frilly, fingered petals, glow like hot coals, igniting the landscape as spring turns to summer. When you want to introduce excitement into the June border, consider Oriental Poppies, for their ruffled and shimmering petals pack more pigment than you can imagine. Plant Poppies in groups in a sunny, well-drained position and match them with summer bloomers or annuals that spread out and will conceal their early dormancy. Poppies also make stunning cut flowers if you sear the ends of freshly cut stems with a match. Our plants are shipped early for fall planting, to allow them time to settle in and make a good start in your garden. Winter Protection for Zones 3–6: In the fall, leave new foliage on your plants and mulch with a loose material, such as evergreen boughs or pine needles, after the soil has frozen to a depth of 1″. For more information on growing Oriental Poppies, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:June Spacing:15-18" Height:30-40" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

Design your hot border around this fantastic Daylily from the noted hybridizer Curt Hanson. The plant, with its 7½″ flowers of scr...eaming tangerine and orange on 34″ stems, has won more awards than we can list here. It’s officially described as an Unusual Form (crispate-cascade), and blooms over several weeks, midseason to late. A Proven Winners variety.Daylilies (properly, Hemerocallis) are the plants every gardener dreams of. They offer glorious flowers in every shade except blue, a long season of bloom (though individual flowers last but a day), and a robust disposition that makes them easy to transplant, easy to maintain, quick to multiply, and resistant to pests. They make a carefree and colorful ground cover.We ship plants that usually bloom the first year. They will outperform lesser grades offered elsewhere. Except as noted, all are dormant varieties, which means their leaves are deciduous.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:18-24" Height:34" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$55.00

Hardy Ferns are the most ornamental of foliage plants, and their near infinite diversity guarantees that every garden can make goo...d use of them. Ferns require little care and will thrive in many locations that would discourage fussier plants. Most prefer slightly acidy, woodsy soil and partial to full shade. Regular moisture is also necessary, which mulch helps preserve. We select one each of 6 varieties of Ferns for semishady, moist, woodsy locations. They'll provide a variety of lacy greens for your shade garden at a very reasonable price. Each labeled.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Height:1-6' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

From July to September, this old-time favorite for summer gardens becomes a living bouquet of huge (4″) daisies that stand 3–4′ ta...ll. Even at this height, staking isn't required, and its long, strong stems are excellent for cutting. 'Becky' originated in the Atlanta area and is an excellent Shasta Daisy for the South, although it thrives in New England as well. Shasta Daisies (Leucanthemum x superbum) are the same plants known by many under the genus Chrysanthemum, but as longtime gardeners, we've become used to having plant names change. What hasn't changed is the plants themselves, which are some of the showiest and most reliable perennials for the summer garden. At peak bloom, they produce a mass of daisies so clean and bright they compete in brilliance with the sun. All they require is good, rich soil and lots of sun. When you want Daisies, this is where to look.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:24-36" Height:3-4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$17.95

This member of the Butterfly Coneflower series produces sturdy, well-branched stems and an abundance of bold, rosy purple blossoms... on shorter plants. The petal tips shift to lighter pink as the flowers mature. Just right for small gardens or the front of flower beds, these bushy perennials are guaranteed to attract pollinators. PP 24,459 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. Deer resistant. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:15-18" Height:15-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$17.95

This small-leaved beauty overflows containers with mounds of trailing foliage in shades of warm copper blushed with rose. Plants w...ork equally well as ground covers, sending out 2-2½′ stems that weave their way through their neighbors. Panicles of creamy white blooms appear in midsummer, and the lovely foliage holds its color all year. PP 25,722 Heuchera (Coral Bells) has metamorphosed from an obscure genus of North American wildflowers to one of the great horticultural success stories of the last generation. Plant breeders have also crossed new varieties of Heuchera with its close relative, Tiarella (Foam Flower). The resulting hybrids are called x Heucherella (Foamy Bells) and have lobed leaves and tiny, bell-shaped flowers on wand-like stems. The plants thrive in moist but well-drained, organic-enriched soils. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of x Heucherella in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on growing Heuchera or Heucherella, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:24-30" Height:6-8" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$16.95

The long, narrow, heart-shaped leaves are the largest of any Asarum we’ve seen (4in by 6) and are marked with showy bands of silve...r that bring light to the woodland garden.Wild Gingers are among the great foliage plants for shade. Their shapely leaves come in a variety of rich greens. Some are shiny, others have exquisite texture, and a few carry striking silvery patterns. All Wild Gingers love rich, slightly acid, organic soil with plenty of moisture, under which conditions most will spread to form distinctive ground covers of varying density. The curious, bell-shaped flowers are insignificant.Hardiness Zone:6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:May Spacing:12-15" Height:12-15" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$13.95

Rosy pink flowers encircle the tall, straight stems of this delectable Foxglove. The individual bell-shaped blooms of 'Candy Mount...ain' face upwards, showing charming speckled throats irresistible to hummingbirds and gardeners alike. These large flower spikes are supported by thick stems that defy wind and rain. The genus Digitalis comes from southern Europe and has some 20 species, mostly perennials. They grow either in sun or partial shade, which makes them ideal plants for woodland gardens. Some are biennial, and even the perennial forms tend to be short-lived, but their extravagant flowering more than compensates for this, and many will reseed themselves. Foxgloves are of easy culture and make excellent cut flowers if picked when the blooms are half open. But their real strength is as dramatic and richly colored vertical accents, a look that is impossible to duplicate with another genus. For more information on Digitalis care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:July June Spacing:18-24" Height:3-4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$13.95

We're pleased to add royal purple to our palette of garden Phlox. This mildew-resistant variety produces huge clusters of blooms w...ith white eyes. A fine selection from the Minsk Botanical Gardens. P. paniculata is the species that earned Phlox its reputation as an indispensable garden plant, and it's worth your while to have as many as possible to enliven your garden in late summer. Glorious in the border, sublime for cutting, of easiest culture, and as sweet smelling as can be. This important genus of valuable garden plants includes reliable and colorful species that bloom both early and late, in sun and shade, and in a range of rich colors that is equaled by few other genera. These glorious summer bloomers often have a spicy vanilla-clove perfume that is perfectly enchanting. We are, therefore, distressed to see Phlox falling out of favor for reasons that we suspect relate to problems with powdery mildew, which is much less common in modern varieties, or if plants are sited where there is good air movement and grown in soil that doesn't dry out. They can be backbone plants for any sunny border. Good companions include Shasta Daisies, Echinacea, Lilies, and ornamental Grasses. For more information on growing Phlox, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:18" Height:36" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$99.00

A double row of ruffled, deep pink petals frames the golden, jewel-like centers of this sweetly fragrant beauty. She carries her e...legant blossoms just above the rich green foliage on vigorous plants that bloom early. A good choice for gardens in warmer climates. Early.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3-5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade. Please note: Our Peonies are shipped for fall planting.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:26-28" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

Yellow Foxglove (also known as Digitalis ambigua) is the longest-lived perennial in this popular genus. The soft yellow flowers ap...pear in June and, if cut back after the initial show, they will flower again in September. This shade blends with both hot colors and cool. The genus Digitalis comes from southern Europe and has some 20 species, mostly perennials. They grow either in sun or partial shade, which makes them ideal plants for woodland gardens. Some are biennial, and even the perennial forms tend to be short-lived, but their extravagant flowering more than compensates for this, and many will reseed themselves. Foxgloves are of easy culture and make excellent cut flowers if picked when the blooms are half open. But their real strength is as dramatic and richly colored vertical accents, a look that is impossible to duplicate with another genus. For more information on Digitalis care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July June Spacing:12-15" Height:30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$16.95

Introduced in 1981, 'Coral Sunset' still stands as one of the best in this uncommon shade for flowers. Its ruffled, semidouble blo...oms are an intense coral with an overlay of rose, and you'll enjoy their moderate fragrance in bouquets. Early.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3—5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:32" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$12.95

The blossoms on this award winner are perfectly formed, with nonfading coral-pink petals and a bright salmon-pink beard. The falls... are flaring and lightly ruffled. Plan on a floriferous display with 4 sturdy branches, each bearing 7–14 of these magnificent blooms. Iris are among the best-known and best-loved garden plants. Say the word, Iris, and visions of brilliant June flowers come to mind. This huge genus contains upwards of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. The chosen habitats of Iris range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. For more information on growing Bearded Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June Spacing:18-24" Height:30-32" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

'Clarence', one of the loveliest light-blue Tall Bearded Iris we know of, has won prizes worldwide since it was introduced in 1991.... Its moderately sized flowers have creamy white centers and beards and a slight fragrance. They appear early in the season and again later.Iris are among the best-known and best-loved garden plants. Say the word, Iris, and visions of brilliant June flowers come to mind. This huge genus contains upwards of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant. Tall Bearded Iris we offer in fall only. The chosen habitats of Iris range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success.Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms.Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August. We start shipping bareroot plants in early September, continue to late October for warmer zones. For Zones 3–4 (yes, they are hardy in Zone 3), we recommend early orders, which we will fill in early to mid-September.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18-24" Height:35" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$16.95

Ruffled petals of deep velvety red are set off with fiery gold beards. These non-fading blooms appear in abundance on tall stems w...ith 4 branches, which often produce up to 13 flowers. AIS Honorable Mention award winner. Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. For spring-shipped potted Iris, plant the rhizome at the same soil level as in the pot. The top of the rhizome should be exposed, or just below the surface in hot summer climates. For fall-shipped bareroot Iris, plant the rhizome horizontally with the top exposed, or just below the surface of the soil in hotter climates. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August. We start shipping bareroot plants in early September, continue to late October for warmer zones. For Zones 3–4 (yes, they are hardy in Zone 3), we recommend early orders, which we will fill in early to mid-September.  For more information on growing Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June Spacing:18-24" Height:37" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$12.95

Sixty-three years of patient breeding culminated in this near-black Iris that’s as extravagantly ruffled and shimmering as a satin... gown. But the best part may be the generous, floriferous nature of this beauty, which produces 8–12 buds on each stem. Iris are among the best-known and best-loved garden plants. Say the word, Iris, and visions of brilliant June flowers come to mind. This huge genus contains upwards of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. The chosen habitats of Iris range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. For more information on growing Bearded Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June Spacing:18-24" Height:39" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

This sensational ground cover is the result of an ingenious cross between Lamium and Stachys. Fuss-free and long-blooming, it prod...uces a carpet of lavender flowers that add color to borders and patio pots from spring to fall. ‘Wesstalifa’ PPAF Stachys is a large and diverse genus in the Mint family that includes many valuable garden plants. They prefer full sun and well-drained soil, but will tolerate drought and get by in a bit of shade. For more information on growing Stachys, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:18-20" Height:8-12" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$12.95

Low maintenance and high performance, this purple-flowering member of the Kickin series produces a compact mound of foliage that b...ecomes a one-plant flower show from late summer into fall. No pruning or deadheading is required to keep plants tidy. A late-season asset and pollinator magnet for the front of the border. PPAF We count Asters among the great garden plants, because many of them hold off blooming until late summer and fall, when most garden plants are spent. Plants grow and flower best in full sun and evenly moist soil; they do not like drought. For more information on the growing and care of Asters, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August September Spacing:24" Height:18-30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$85.00

There are a number of Bearded Iris that have the tendency to bloom gloriously in June, then flower again in late summer and into f...all. All they require is a light dose of fertilizer once the first bloom is complete, and regular watering when things get hot and dry. Our sampler offers an excellent introduction to this worthy group. One each of 6 Bearded Iris, individually labeled: 'Best Bet' 'Immortality' 'Clarence' 'Pagan Dance' 'Pink Attraction' and 'Pure As Gold.' Covers 13 sq ft. Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms. Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August. We start shipping bareroot plants in early September, continue to late October for warmer zones. For Zones 3–4 (yes, they are hardy in Zone 3), we recommend early orders, which we will fill in early to mid-September.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18" Height:2-3' Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$10.95

The classic, glossy deep green foliage of 'Fanal' is the perfect foil for its bright red plumes of fluffy flowers. A good ground c...over in moist situations and a superb cut flower, fresh or dried. It makes a dazzling combination with yellow-green leaves of Hakonechloa macro 'All Gold.' Winner of the RHS Award of Garden Merit. These rugged and beautiful shade lovers throw long and colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them for ground cover. Bloom varies by variety from mid-June to the end of August; with careful selection, the display can be sustained through most of summer. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome—everything a good garden plant should be. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. Astilbe blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open. For more information on the growing and care of Astilbe, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:12-18" Height:24-30" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$12.95

A small genus of about 20 species native to the Northern Hemisphere. The ornamental species hail from the southeastern United Stat...es, but many are as enduring in Litchfield's bone-chilling winters as they are in Atlanta's sultry summers. Our variety, which a member of our staff spotted while walking through a greenhouse full of A. tabernaemontana, is a very compact plant with clusters of star-shaped flowers of a deep lavender-blue shade—much richer than the steel blue for which the species is known. This low grower makes an ideal edging plant, for it has no down time. Blue flowers in May and June, golden yellow fall color, and shiny, willow-shaped leaves all season long mean it deserves a place at center stage. In full sun or partial shade and evenly moist, slightly acidic soil, it brings a soothing presence to the front of the border year after year and asks little in return. It's a first-rate garden plant. For information on the growing and care of Amsonia, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June May Spacing:18-24" Height:15-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

We're partial, of course, to our own selection of the Purple Coneflower, but we find real value in this popular variety, whose pet...als are an especially vibrant carmine-rose shade and are held almost horizontally, making a more open face than the shuttlecock shape of the species. Lovely with the blue wands of Perovskia, another stalwart of the late-summer garden. Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear in late June and keep coming into September. Plants thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions, shrug off cold, and are equally at home in full sun or partial shade. Blooms last well as cut or dried flowers, and the large cone at the heart of the flower head turns black as the seeds mature, adding further interest and providing nourishment for goldfinches. We offer three excellent strains of Purple Coneflower, E. purpurea, a rugged species that is native from Iowa and Ohio south to Louisiana and Georgia, and is a great garden plant everywhere in between. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For information on the growing and care of Echinacea, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:18" Height:40" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$49.00

The partners in this duet put on a brilliant show all season long, with the elegantly striped leaves of Iris pallida 'Variegata' a...nd the deep blue blooms of Salvia x sylvestris 'May Night.' They hold center stage in the Lloyd Border, where they receive rave reviews from visitors to our nursery. Includes 3 plants of the Iris and one Salvia, 4 plants total.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July June May Spacing:15-24" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT OR POT GROWN read more

Burpee
$9.95

Known as Persian Buttercups, Ranunculus asiaticus is tuberous-rooted plant native to southeastern Europe and Asia Minor. Plants ha...ve fine-cut foliage and produce vibrant flowers with fine papery petals that resemble poppies. read more

Burpee
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Dordogne is a late spring bloomer with blossoms of sunset pink to orange and a tangerine colored center. Dordogne is a good choice... for the vase and perfect for planting in concert with Viridiflora tulips such as Flaming Spring Green. Bulb size: 12 cm. read more

Burpee
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Tulip Maureen is the largest white tulip, and blooms late in the spring. Blooming with classic single blooms in pure white we reco...mmend Maureen planted with Tulip Clear Water for continuous blooming of white, or in combination with any other color. Plant them in front of the early blooming varieties. As they emerge late from the ground they hide the spent blooms from early blooming varieties, and provide color in the garden for more than a month. Single late tulip. Bulb size: 12 cm. read more

Burpee
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Siberica grow well as woodland plant, but its vivid blue and contrasting stems make it a natural for a formal full sun garden bed.... Readily naturalizes. read more

Burpee
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Lily Flowering tulips were often used in colonial landscapes; they thus represent the heritage and beauty of horticulture past. Im...agine these tulips as cornerstones in your landscape, as gardeners have done throughout time. read more

White Flower Farm
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Milkweed plant - The sunny yellow flower clusters of 'Hello Yellow' look smart in the mixed border but will live just as happily i...n your meadow among the butterflies. This upscale variety of a favorite American wildflower will thrive in all soils (except clay) and does not mind drought. Flower-arrangers covet the seedpods. Of the 200 species in the genus Asclepias, the best known are North American wildflowers. They have small, curiously shaped blooms that appear in dense clusters and are irresistible to butterflies.For information on growing Asclepias, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:15-18" Height:2-3' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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Sparkling, creamy white petals with deep purple patches surround a honey-colored eye during the cooler days of early summer and fa...ll. Because the plants never set seed, they just keep on flowering. An easy-care variety that pairs well with purple Coneflowers. PP 23,035A genus of Daisy-like plants, Coreopsis is excellent for the border. Most species are native to the southeastern United States and Mexico. They are not the least fussy about soil but require full sun. Cut stems back after the first flush of flowers fade to promote a repeat bloom.For more information on Coreopsis care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June October September Spacing:24" Height:24-30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

We love the snap of bright color Candy Store Phlox bring to the summer border. From the Netherlands, this hardy series was bred sp...ecifically for their compact habit, attractive leaf and flower coloration, and good disease resistance.Candy Store Bubblegum Pink is indeed hot pink, with white touches and darker centers. Upright flower clusters filled with fragrant blossoms stand on sturdy stems with clean leaves, thanks to strong mildew resistance. 'Ditomfra' PP 21,171Phlox is a genus best known for garden perennials, but it includes showy, long-blooming annuals worth growing. Newer varieties produce even more flowers and tolerate summer heat. Provide average, well-drained soil and fertilize regularly.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:12-18" Height:18-24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

You simply can’t lose with the delightful pale blue standards and deep blue falls of this Iris. Highly floriferous, this award win...ner produces several stems topped with large flowers in June, and again in late summer. Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms. Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. For spring-shipped potted Iris, plant the rhizome at the same soil level as in the pot. The top of the rhizome should be exposed, or just below the surface in hot summer climates. For fall-shipped bareroot Iris, plant the rhizome horizontally with the top exposed, or just below the surface of the soil in hotter climates. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August. We start shipping bareroot plants in early September, continue to late October for warmer zones. For Zones 3–4 (yes, they are hardy in Zone 3), we recommend early orders, which we will fill in early to mid-September.  For more information on growing Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18-24" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

Plants have dark purple stems with long-lasting flowers that open reddish purple and are set off by the lush, dark green leaves. P...P 11,965 These rugged and beautiful shade lovers throw long and colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them for ground cover. Bloom varies by variety from mid-June to the end of August; with careful selection, the display can be sustained through most of summer. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome—everything a good garden plant should be. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. Astilbe blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open. For more information on the growing and care of Astilbe, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July Spacing:12-18" Height:15-18" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$65.00

Introduced in 1999, semidouble 'Green Halo' stands out with its unusual, yet classic combination of white and chartreuse. The oute...rmost petals (called the guard petals) have a light green base and enclose a full center of pure white petals. These beautiful blossoms measure about 4½″ across, are slightly fragrant, and have good substance. Early midseason.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3—5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.For more information on growing Peonies, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:30" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$16.95

A lively combination of vibrant red-orange, coral, and pink petals surrounding a bronzy orange cone. The 3–4" fragrant flower head...s last up to two weeks and make excellent cut flowers. Rated among the top ten perennials in trials at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. PP 23,172 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. Deer resistant. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:24-30" Height:20-28" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$29.95

This seed strain offers a diverse color range, running from red and pink through apricot, chrome yellow, pale yellow, cream, beige..., and even a few pure whites. Plants are upright and sturdy, and bloom starts for us in early summer, persists into September. Lacy foliage of a cool green sets off this long-running display that can carry a border through the summer on its own. Also a fine match with Malva, Alcea, and a wide range of Daisies. A superb cut or dried flower and very hardy, to boot.These valuable garden plants from the North Temperate Zone are widely grown for the masses of flowers they bear throughout much of the summer. Their flattened flower heads introduce a fresh shape into the perennial border. Yarrows thrive in full sun and well-drained soil, and are drought tolerant. They flower from June to September. The best new varieties bloom longer and harder than their predecessors, making a good genus even more valuable. Yarrows also make excellent cut flowers for both fresh and dried arrangements.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:12-18" Height:24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$9.95

Possibly the most important color break in Siberian Iris breeding. This Currier McEwen cross offers falls of bright butter yellow ...between neat white standards. The large, shapely flowers are carried on 28″ stems, and in our gardens we find that the colors blend superbly with every other Siberian Iris. 'Butter and Sugar' is an easy choice. Siberian Irises combine easy care with grace and beauty. Group them together or scatter them throughout a perennial border or foundation planting. Their flowers rise above sturdy stems and slender leaves, and feature intricate, arching standards and ruffled falls. They make stunning cut flowers. Iris breeders are dramatically changing the range of colors, heights, and bloom times available in this group. Siberian Iris often begin to flower in late May, but the peak of bloom here is in the first half of June. Their thick roots drive down deeply, which makes them drought resistant (though they also thrive in damp soil) and great plants for holding steep banks in place. Each clump becomes huge, and when a group of them grows together, weeds can't grow in between. After bloom, the grassy leaves stand erect and green through the growing season. Siberian Iris struggle in the desert Southwest. Irises are among the best known and best loved of garden plants. This huge genus contains upward of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. Their preferred habitats range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. For more information on growing Siberian Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:June Spacing:18-24" Height:28" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

A genus of about 30 species, mostly natives of the mountains of Europe, Asia, and North America. The leaves are kidney shaped, and... flowers are frothy clusters of greenish yellow that appear in early summer. A. mollis, the most widely grown of the genus, is available in an improved form that is neater and more upright than the species. The long-lasting blooms are a soft, sensuous shade that blends remarkably well with a range of colors. Lovely with hardy Geraniums, Japanese Iris of every hue, and Nepetas, and any of our summer-blooming Azaleas. It also looks sensational massed on its own, creating an effect that can be sunny or demure depending on the light and surroundings. Alchemilla mollis generally prefers partial shade, but will grow happily in full sun in the North provided the soil remains evenly moist. It labors in the heat and humidity of the South and the dry heat of the desert Southwest. For more information on the growing and care of Alchemilla, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:15-18" Height:18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$45.00

Each year, the American Peony Society awards plants with outstanding excellence and performance. We've gathered three award winner...s from our list of favorites that are appreciated for their exceptional beauty as much today as they were in the years they received their gold medals. Our trio includes one each of bright red 'Kansas' (1957), coral-peach 'Coral Charm' (1986), and blushed white 'Moonstone' (1959). Covers 12 sq ft. Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud. We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade. Please note: Our Peonies are shipped for fall planting. For more information on the growing and care of Peonies, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-36" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$16.95

An award winner with large, 4½″ non-fading blossoms held on strong stems that don’t require staking. Perfect for the middle of bed...s and border, and for fresh-cut bouquets. PP 23,526 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. Deer resistant. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July October September Spacing:24-36" Height:36" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$39.95

The dreamy, silvery coral pink petals of this voluptuous double are irresistible. Strong stems and a lovely fragrance add to the p...erfection of this beauty. APS Gold Medal winner. Early to midseason.We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade. Bare root.There isn't a more rewarding garden flower than the herbaceous Peony, and a garden without these plants is a sorry thing indeed. Peony flowers range from exquisitely delicate singles to large and lush doubles, and come in shades ranging from pure white to the deepest, darkest red.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.For more information on growing Paeonia, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$175.00

This rainbow of carefree color includes pink, purple, orange, yellow, and white Daylilies, 50 different named varieties (although ...plants are not labeled individually), selected by us from award-winning, reblooming, and fragrant varieties. These vigorous, hardy perennials will settle in quickly and prosper in average, well-drained soil with at least a half day of sun. The show runs from July into September with no effort on your part. Our collection is the easiest and most economical way to buy Daylilies in mixed colors. Each collection contains 50 different Daylilies, which will cover about 150 sq ft. A White Flower Farm Exclusive.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:18-24" Height:24-40" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

The vivid crimson flowers are borne on exceptionally strong stems. The show is glorious in the garden or in a vase. This old varie...ty has been around since 1940 and it's still widely considered the very best double red Peony. Pretenders to the title come and go, but 'Kansas' still reigns. Early. Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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