Perennial Flowers & Plants

Our selection of perennials is unrivaled, we focus on carrying unique Michigan hardy perennials.

Simply put, a perennial is a plant that just keeps on growing, year after year.  These persistent plants usually die from the top down during the winter months, only to regrow from their previous root system.  We carry a very large and varied selection of perennials all year round. On this page is a sample of the perennial varieties we carry – stop in to see all of them, or see what’s in stock, there’s always hundreds available.

‘Carmine Red’

Aster Carmine Red

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This variant of Aster features a full, bushy habit of finely textured foliage that is completely covered in flowers from late-summer through fall.  Due to their compact habit, they look fabulous in containers or near the front of borders.

‘Lilac Blue’

Aster Lilac Blue

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This variant of Aster features a full, bushy habit of finely textured foliage that is completely covered in flowers from late-summer through fall.  Due to their compact habit, they look fabulous in containers or near the front of borders.

‘Cranberry Crush’

Hibiscus cranberry crush

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We guarantee you will fall in love with this variant of Hibiscus with its deep red color. The Cranberry Crush is short, but has a full, compact habit.

‘Berry Awesome’

Hibiscus Berry Awesome

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The flowers on this Hibiscus variant are huge! Measuring 7-8″ wide, earning its nickname the “dinner plate Hibiscus”. Berry Awesome has lavender pink flowers with a red eye on contrasting dark green foliage.

‘Airbrush Effect’

Hibiscus Airbrush Effect

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The beautiful color effect of these Hibiscus looks like they have been spray painted and is sure to give your garden a truly unique look. Overlapping petals create a three dimensional look with dark green foliage that contrasts the bright pinks.

‘Blue Jean Baby’

Russian Sage1

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This variant of Russian Sage is shorter and more manageable than most, but is still just as vigorous in your garden.  Lavender blue flowers are held in purple calyxes that exten all the way through fall.

‘Denim ‘n Lace’

Russian Sage

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Many gardeners have loved Russian Sage for its feathery texture and its ability to blend into any bed. This variant won’t get too tall and has stronger stems to prevent tipping.  Drought tolerant.

‘Autumn Joy’

Sedum Autumn Joy

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The ‘Autumn Joy’ Sedum is one of the most popular perennials.  They are hardy with an upright habit with deep rose flowers that age to a fabulous bronze in the fall. Their sturdy stems support the huge flower heads that develop in summer and bloom in the fall.  If left in the winter, they provide food for birds.

‘Firecracker’ Sedum

Sedum

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The ‘Firecracker’ Sedum is one of the most popular perennials.  They are hardy with an upright habit with deep burgundy flowers. Their sturdy stems support the huge flower heads that develop in summer and bloom in the fall.  If left in the winter, they provide food for birds.

‘Curtain Call’ Anemone

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This fall blooming flowering plant is a great final performer for the growing season.  In late summer, this perennial produces fabulous dark rose pink flowers around a small mound of green foliage.

Goldenrod

GoldenRod

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Goldenrod is a robust, easy-care plant with emerald green foliage and vibrant yellow flowers that are perfect for adding a sunny color to your garden.

Toad Lily

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Fabulous arching, hairy stems support the lance-like leaves that are arrangede in a ladder fashion. Blooming in late summer, white, orchid-like flowers that are spotted with purple appear and last through fall.

‘Cheyenne Spirit’

Echinacea

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This dynamic strain of echinacea is a mix of rich shades, from deep red to white, and every warm color in between.  Perfect for fall!  Though the height of each version varies slightly, they are perfectly bushy plants that fill a pot nicely.

‘Coral Craze’

Echinacea

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This variant of echinacea is a single flowering variety that come in bold colors and are fairly compact. Large 5″ coral pink flowers age to a lavender pink with near black stems.  Be sure to leave some old blooms on the plants during the winter because their seeds provide food for birds.

‘Purple Emperor’

Echinacea

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This variant of echinacea produces large, fragrant, magenta purple flowers on sturdy branches that are held in perfect proportion to its deep green foliage.  As the flowers age, the tips of the petals turn a lighter pink.

Gaillardia Aristata

Gaillardia

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Also known as the the Arizona Sun Blanket flower, this plant features bold, fiery-red flowers edged with a ring of yellow. This plant is both compact and heat and drought tolerant.

‘Red Satin’

Coreopsis

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The ‘Red Satin’ Coreopsis is a superior selection with great tolerance for poor soil, humidity, sun and heat. Deep wine colored flowers emerge from sturdy stems and bloom all summer and into the winter.

‘Enchanted Eve’

Coreopsis

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The variant of Coreopsis forms a broad and compact mound of green foliage with a shower of butter yellow flowers with bright red eyes from early summer through fall. Since the flowers are sterile, they keep blooming all season long.

‘Berry Chiffon’

Coreopsis

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This variant of Coreopsis form a sturdy, upright clump of threadleaf foliage topped with white flowers with a raspberry red eye. The first appear in midsummer and can continue through early fall.

‘Firefly Amethyst’

Yarrow

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Yarrow is a wonderful plant that absulutely lights up any summer garden. This variant differs from other yarrow due to their taller nature without sacrificing sturdiness.

‘Firefly Peach Sky’

Yarrow

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Yarrow is a wonderful plant that absulutely lights up any summer garden. This variant differs from other yarrow due to their taller nature without sacrificing sturdiness.

‘Sassy Summer Sunset’

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Yarrow is a wonderful plant that absulutely lights up any summer garden. This variant differs from other yarrow due to their taller nature without sacrificing sturdiness.

 ‘American Gold Rush’

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Want a Rudbeckia thats resistant to the Septoria Leaf Spot? Look no further than the American Gold Rush. Thanks to the thinner, hairier leaves, this hybrid wont show any signs of fungus in wet or humid conditions. It has a dome-like habit of golden flowers with black centers that bloom from July to September.

‘Walker’s Low’

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Aromatic gray-green foliages holds a numerous amount of soft lavender blue flowers that are produced over a long period in the summer.  This variant of Cat Mint grows stems that are 2-3 feet long if it is staked.

‘Cat’s Meow’

Cat Mint

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Like the name suggests, this Cat Mint is the Cat’s Meow!  This variant of Cat Mint keeps a tidy, dense, rounded shape all the way through early fall. It is low maintenance, drought tolerant, deer resistant and long blooming.

 ‘Cat’s Pajamas’

Cat Mint

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If you like the Cat’s Meow but prefer a smaller plant, look no further than the Cat’s Pajamas! in addition to being about half the height, this variant blooms about 2-3 weeks earlier with long dark stems and indigo blue flowers.

Butter Weed

Butter Weed

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Butter Weed is a hassle-free, long lived perennial that is known for attracting hummingbirds, monarch butterflies, bees and other pollinators. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate a second bloom cycle after about a month.

‘Blue Knight’

Butterfly Bush

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This butterfly bush variant forms a dense cluster of mint-green leaves with 10-12” flower panicles with light lavender purple flowers that age to blue-purple. These hardy plants give their first blooms in late summer and continue through the fall and are an absolute delight to many native pollinators.

 ‘Grand Cascade’

Butterfly Bush

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Unlike the typical butterfly bush, the panicles on this flowering shrub cascade downward.  Light lavender flowers are gigantic, measuring at 12-14” long and 4” thick.

‘Lavender Cupcake’

Butterfly bush

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This butterfly bush features long, 12” light lavender flowers in a rounded, compact habit.  The Lavender Cupcake variant will bloom as early as midsummer with good flower coverage all the way through fall.

‘Blue Skywalker’

Veronica

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The ‘Blue Skywalker’ Veronica features lavender blue flower spikes that cover the top half of a fabulously vibrant habit of emerald green leaves.  Though taller than most Veronica’s, it still features a dense, full habit.

 ‘Lavender Lightsaber’

Veronica

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Much like the Blue Skywalker, this variant of Veronica has soft, lavender-pink flowers covering the top half of dense upright habit.  Try this perennial in smaller spaces that need a little bit of height.

‘Pink Potion’

Veronica

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This variety of Veronica produces baby pink flowers around dense, dark-green foliage that forms around a short, dense habit. Growers will certainly love the vigorous growth rate of this Veronica.

‘Indiglo Girl’

Salvia

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This variant of Salvia and features large, bright flowers with excellent foliar canopy. Salvia is a staple for every sunny garden and forms an upright habit of aromatic green foiliage that looks stunning all season long.

 ‘Ballerina Pink’

Salvia

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This variant of Salvia has soft pink flowers that are held together by deep mauve calyxes and produces large, refined flowers. A true fashionista in the garden with its big, bold blooms and excellenct performance.

‘Azure Snow’

Salvia

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This bicolored Salvia produces a compact clump of deep violet and white flowers with emerald green foliage. Flowers are evenly spaced on the stem for a wonderfully polished look.