Perennials

update 5/15/19
Plants are in no particular order. Most quarts are $3, and most gallons are $6.

*aquilegia canadensis (eastern columbine)
rose campion
mixed bearded iris
verbena bonariensis
verbena ‘homestead’
beebalm/monarda didyama, 3 varieties
rudbeckia fulgens
‘cassis’ yarrow
‘silver king’ artemsia
‘dark blue moody blues’ veronica
carolina jessamine, gelsemium sempervirens
coral honeysuckle
blue passionflower & maypops
pineapple lilies
turk’s cap lilies
manettia
amsonia tabernaemontana (blue star)
black & blue salvia
aromatic aster
mexican petunia
malvaviscus drummondii (turk’s cap hibiscus)
saponaria (bouncing bet)
lathyrus latifolium (perennial sweet pea)
dwarf siberian iris, dark purple
chrysanthemum, single – deep fuchsia, yellow, ‘country girl’
four o’clocks/marvel of peru
indian spring hollyhock (biannual)
chaters double hollyhock (biannual)

dianthus arctic fire
echinacea purpurea
painted daisies
dianthus brilliancy
chinese lanterns
sunset agastache
platycodon (balloon flower)
gentian sage
knipfofia red hot pokers
*nicotiana sylvestris
*nicotiana ‘scentsation mix’
*rudbeckia triloba
*white wood aster
*zigzag goldenrod
*sedum kamatchianum
*sedum acre
*sedum tectractinum
*hosta ventricosa
*strawberry begonia
*hellebore hybridus
*tovaria (painter’s palette)
*river oats
*variegated solomon’s seal
*liriope
*euphorbia oblongata (spurge)
*tinanantia (speckled wandering jew)
+aristolochia clematitus
+passiflora caerulea
+asclepia incarnata
+ honeyvine
+ asclepias tuberosa
from seed this year (smaller & later):
liatris mix (shooting star)
+ butterfly food source
* can tolerate or need shade
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