Perennial plants are all plants that return year after year. They range from herbaceous (die back to the ground in colder areas) to plants with foliage that stays green during the winter.
Daylilies belong to the genus Hemerocallis and are not true lilies. This Greek word
is made up of two parts: hemera meaning day and kallos meaning beauty.
The name is appropriate, since each flower lasts only one day and
adds beauty and charm to any outdoor space.
Bright and carefree blooms, drought resistant and colors to make a rainbow jealous,
what more can one ask for in a plant? There are thousands of
iris varieties: short, tall, rebloomers; one thing they all have in common is a
desire for a sunny spot in your garden to show off their magnificent blooms.
There's nothing like picking your own tasty produce, fresh from your garden - healthy for you and your family!
Take a look at these exciting varieties and imagine how lovely they will look in your garden.
Structure for the Garden
Our favorite selections for all things shady.
These plants grow in areas which do not routinely see hard frosts or snow. In colder climates, they must be protected from freezes during the winter.
No longer just rock garden plants, there's a succulent that's perfect for just about any occasion.
Living wreaths, green roofs, dish gardens, cracks and crevices; even a pair of old shoes can be repurposed and come to life when filled with an assortment of sedum, hens and chicks and what-have-you's!