Currently in Bloom
Aster novi-belgii 'Professor Anton Kippenburg' (aka Symphytotrichum)
Soft, lavender-blue, semi-double flowers add color to the late summer and fall garden. A butterfly favorite and nice for cut bouquets.
Fuchsia magellanica 'Pat's Dream'
This shrubby, hardy cultivar has pendulous bright pink sepals and purple corollas that appear early summer to frost.
Gaura lindheimeri 'So White'
Profuse, pure white flowers bloom along 18" stems summer to fall, creating an effect that is bright, light, clean and airy. Butterflies love Gauras! Disease resistant variety.
This vigorous grower has yellow-gold foliage with smooth dark green margins. Fragrant, nearly-white flowers appear in summer
Panicum virgatum 'Dallas Blues'
This robust grower has incredible blue foliage! Lofty plum colored panicles emerge in late summer or early fall and can grow to over 22" long! Good winter color.
Smoky-blue flowers on stiff silver stems from summer through fall are lovely in flower arrangements. A stunning addition to the late season border. Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year; "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest
Scabiosa columbaria 'Butterfly Blue'
Loads of lavender-blue flowers bloom spring through fall on this compact plant. A rewarding garden performer, it was chosen as a Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year.
Veronica 'Darwin's Blue'
Violet-blue spikes bloom June to August. Carefree and easy to grow, it always looks tidy and clean throughout the season.
Shiny foliage is markedly darker green than other Penstemons. It produces a generous display of medium-sized tubular, purple flowers from June through September.
Heuchera 'Blackberry Crisp'
The ruffled purple foliage has distinctly crinkled and crisped margins. It has a tight mounding habit with leaves that change from deep burgundy in the spring to deep purple-black in summer. Short white flowers in spring add to this appealing gem.
Fuchsia 'DebRon's Black Cherry'
A standout Fuchsia bloom with rich maroon sepals that juxtapose deep purple petals, late spring-frost. Small purple black berries form after the blooms have passed. This is a staple for the traditional hanging basket or container planting.
Achillea New Vintage Violet*
Reddish-violet flowers hold their color well. Blooms late spring through summer and repeats if deadheaded.