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Perennials 2019 Availability Page

Nepeta With Bee Hemerocallis/Daylily Heliopsis 'Sunstruck'
As an incentive for you familiarize yourself with our plants, by looking through the Shrubs and Perennials Availability Pages, I'll take 15% off the price of those that make it to your wish-list when you shop on Fabulous Fridays and continue through May to offer daily discounts on full trays of perennials. Customers liked that we had grouped together full trays of perennials for full sun, part-shade, and full shade into combo-trays, so we will continue to offer those again this season to include a wider range of varieties and available for that wish-list. Perennials are removed from this page as they sell out.

Colten's Pic Of Deer In The Shade

Deer move freely through our landscape. We both have that same "What are you doing in my yard?" expression when we see each other. 
If you face a similar situation, look for the NO DEER symbol to minimize frustration.

A plant's growth is dependent on its genetic characteristics, cultural practices, and regional climate. Descriptions include; the plant's mature height (HT) and spread/spacing (SP); to figure out numbers needed.  

Upright; the plant will be taller than it is wide. Best to use towards the back or center. 

Mounding; the plant will be about as wide as it is tall. These plants work well towards the center or front.

Sprawling; spreading out from basal stems. Allow plenty of room for these plants as they mature.

Groundcover; spreading to infinity and beyond. Many groundcovers also have viable seeds adding additional spread.

Regional bloom time; for continuous color throughout the changing seasons.

Thanks go to Walters Gardens and Ball Hort for providing pictures for us to use on this website. 

Ladybug with Eggs Ladybug Larvae Adult Ladybug

Ladybugs (eggs to larvae to adult) thrive in healthy gardens. You can buy them and release them, but it's the plants that naturally induce, sustain, and keep them in the gardens. Several years ago I stopped spraying pesticides in and around the gardens. It struck me as being slightly psychotic to plant a landscape that attracts birds, bees, and beneficials into my landscape and then turn around and use chemicals that harm them.

Garden designs have moved from foundation to curb since they are often viewed from inside the home. Mixed gardens that include shrubs, perennials, and annuals provide a screen from roadways and allows us to enjoy the gardens from inside looking out as well as from a deck or patio and give homeowners a sense of privacy. After all, wouldn't you rather look at a colorful garden than a roadway?

View From Window

Achillea 'Sassy Summer Taffy'

Achillea/Yarrow 'Sassy Summer Taffy' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies Attracts Bees Water-wise/Xeric
HT:30" SP:36" Upright; Blooms Mid-Late Summer

This non-invasive yarrow has flat-topped, salmon-pink flower clusters offset with fern-like, highly fragrant foliage. Forms a large, clump quickly that fits well into a xeric, naturalized setting. Avoid planting in shady areas and over-watering.

Highly deer-resistant. Flowers can be used for dried arrangements.

Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow'

Ajuga 'Burgundy Glow' 

Full Sun Part-Shade Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies Attracts Bees 
HT:6" Groundcover; Blooms Mid-Late Spring

Tough plant that spreads quickly with runners/plantlets, much like strawberries, that root where they land. Mildly invasive, so not suggested for planting near lawn areas, though it can be easily mowed. Beautiful foliage that stays nice through the heat of summer if adequately watered.

Allium 'Millenium'

Allium 'Millenium' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies Attracts Bees 
HT:20" SP:20" Upright Clump; Blooms Mid-Late Summer

AKA Ornamental Onion, the plant produces a profusion of 2" round, bright rosy-purple flower clusters on strong stems. Compact, upright clump of glossy green, strappy leaves. 

Perennial Plant Association 'Plant of the Year' for 2018.  

Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

Full Sun Part-Shade Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies 
HT:36" SP:24" Mounding; Blooms Late Summer-Fall

Classic cottage garden perennial with large, pure white blooms that stand out above the dark green foliage. Selected for its long bloom time extending well into the fall season. The lightly fragrant flowers make a nice addition to cut flower arrangements.

Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year for 2016.


Aquilegia/Columbine; 3 Varieties this season

Full Sun Part-Shade Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies Attracts Ladybugs
HT:30" SP:18" Upright; Blooms Spring-Early Summer

Columbines are among the easiest of perennials to grow. Our selections have taller habits making them beautiful in both, the gardens as well as cut flower arrangements. Popular with novice and experienced gardeners since they tolerate full to part shade and a range of soils.

Attract ladybug larvae keeping aphids in check, naturally.



Full Sun Deer-Resistant Water-wise/Xeric
HT:12" SP:12" Mounding; Grown for attractive foliage

Finely textured silver leaves are soft to the touch. Habit can be kept in a compact mound by trimming back blooms as they appear. Xeric plant that thrives in sandy soils with water-efficient drip irrigation rather than overhead sprinklers that tend to weigh down the foliage.

Fragrant foliage is highly deer-resistant.

Aster 'Purple Dome'

Aster 'Purple Dome'

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies Attracts Bees
HT:18" SP:24" Mounding; Blooms Late Summer-Fall

Forms a solid, rounded mound of royal purple flowers. A sought-after variety that provides color through late summer and well into fall and selected for its long bloom time. Beneficials, including migrating Monarch butterflies, seek out fall flowers for needed nectar and pollen, and this variety stays compact from start to finish.



Full Sun Attracts Bees Attracts Butterflies Deer-Resistant Water-wise/Xeric
HT:30" SP:24" Upright; Blooms Late Spring-Summer

An outstanding plant for our climate since the plants thrive through hot, dry summers and -30 degree winters. Prefers full sun, sandy soil, and drip irrigation at the soil level rather than overhead watering. Will bloom again later if deadheaded; otherwise, the spent blooms will drop viable seeds.

Highly deer-resistant and easy to grow.

Clematis/Large flowering vine

Clematis Vine; 6 Varieties this season

Typically take 3-5 years to establish.

Available in large and small flowering varieties so you're sure to find one that suits your landscaping needs. Hardy to this area, the varieties we offer are a reliable vine when given the right growing conditions.

Plant in well-drained, amended soil with the foliage in full sun and the roots shaded by a groundcover or mulch. Provide ample water and regular fertilizing. Prune large flowering vines to dieback (green buds) in late spring only to rejuvenate or control growth.

Coreopsis 'Sunkiss'

Coreopsis 'SunKiss' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Butterfly Attracts Bees
HT:12" SP:24" Mounding; Blooms Through Summer

Bright yellow flower with large, burgundy-red centers. Long bloom season. Very heat-tolerant and compact foliage.

Prolific bloomer; plants will continue to bloom through 2-3 cycles if sheared after each bloom cycle (deadheaded).

Delphinium Delphina 'Sky Blue'

Delphinium 'Delphina'; 2 Varieties this season NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Butterfly Attracts Bees
HT:18" SP:20" Upright; Blooms In Early Summer

Genetically dwarf eletum type so it does not require staking. Blooms form on well-branched plant on sturdy stocks.

Delphiniums make excellent cut flowers adding a verticle element to arrangements. A personal favorite, and even more so now that breeders are concentrating on making the plants perform well over several years.


Dianthus 'Firewitch' (shown) and 3 Other Varieties

Full Sun Part-shade Butterfly Attracts Bees
6" Silver Foliage, Mounding; Blooms Spring-Fall

Plants form tufts of blue-green foliage that spread quickly and stay nice through the changing seasons. Charming flowers are wonderfully fragrant and will continue if sheared after each bloom cycle. Butterfly magnet, so plant where you can enjoy watching them flutter nearby (flutterby).

'Firewitch' is the PPA Plant of the Year for 2006.

Dicentra 'Luxuriant'

Dicentra/Bleeding Heart 'Luxuriant' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Part-Shade Full Shade Attracts Hummingbirds Deer-Resistant

HT:12"-15" SP:15" Blooms through spring into early summer

This selection produces dark reddish pink, heart-shaped blossoms for many months beginning in spring. Sun and heat tolerant, so foliage does not go dormant when adequate moisture is supplied, even if planted in full sun. All parts of the plant are poisonous so be aware.


Echinacea/Coneflower 'Kismet Series'; in 4 varieties NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Butterfly Attracts Bees Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant
HT:18" SP:14" Upright; Blooms Late Summer-Fall

Available in four colors this season, so you can have an echinacea rainbow in your sunny fall garden! Pollinators love them, songbirds flock to the seed heads, and they make gorgeous cut flowers. Slow-growing, but reliable, Echinacea attract butterflies and are a wonderful addition to the xeric, full sun perennial garden.

Gaillardia/Blanket Flower

Gaillardia; 'Mesa Bright Bicolor' (shown) and 'Arizona Apricot'

Full Sun Attracts Bees Attracts Butterflies Deer-Resistant Water-wise/Xeric
HT:12" SP:12" Mounding; Blooms Summer-Fall

Often included in with other easy-to-grow perennials in wildflower mixes. Gaillardias have a long bloom time that can be extended with deadheading. Blooms attract bees and butterflies so a nice companion planting with Catmints, Salvia, and other perennials that thrive in full sun in and around the vegetable garden.

Geranium 'Rozanne'

Geranium 'Rozanne' (shown) and 'Cloud Nine' NEW FOR 2019     

Full Sun Attracts Bees Attracts Butterflies  
HT:12" Low-growing, sprawling habit, blooms summer-fall

Perennial Geraniums are a must have for full sun perennial gardens.
The flowers alone are enough to make this plant worth growing, but the foliage is great too. Plants bloom through the season with shearing between bloom cycles. Easy to grow in a to a wide range of soils.

'Rozanne' is the PPA Plant of the Year for 2008. 

Heuchera/Coral Bells

Heuchera 'Forever Red' (shown, NEW), 'Forever Purple', and 'Peach Flambe'

Part-Shade Attracts Butterflies Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Honeybees
HT:12" SP:20" Blooms Mid-Summer

Heucheras are available in such a wide range of colors it's hard to choose just one. 'Forever Red' is new for us and should prove to be just as stunning in the part-shade gardens as the other two which we have offered in the past. Grown primarily for foliage color, Heuchers also offer blooms on wiry stems that attract honeybees and hummingbirds.

Heliopsis 'Sunstruck'

Heliopsis 'Sunstruck' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Attracts Bees Attracts Butterflies  
HT:30" SP:30" Upright; Blooms Mid-Late Summer

Variegated white with dark green veining offset with bright yellow flowers on sturdy stems. Hardy and easy to grow providing unique foliage coloration through summer and into fall. Doesn't like being crowded, so avoid planting too close to other perennials or shubs.

Provide long-lasting cut flowers.


Hemerocallis/Daylilies; 9 Varieties this season

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Butterflies  
HT:30" SP:30" Upright; Blooms Mid-Summer

One of the easiest plants to grow, Daylilies are long-lived and adaptable to a range of soil types. Our mix includes colors that work well together and in combination with other perennials. New varieties are less aggressive and will not require dividing for many years. Breeders have provided varieties with increased plant vigor with outstanding bloom size.

Hosta 'Krossa Regal'

Hosta 'Krossa Regal' (shown) and 'Fortunei'

Full Shade Part-Shade Hummingbird
'Krossa Regal' HT:40" SP:60"
'Fortunei' HT:20" SP:24" (not ready)

Hostas brighten otherwise shady areas of the landscape and will tolerate part-shade conditions when provided with ample water and planted in amended soils. The plants bloom later in the season with delicate, light purple flowers on tall scapes.


Iris; 4 Varieties this season including 'Varigata' (shown)

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant
Tall bearded Iris are a beautiful, low-maintenance addition to any full sun, xeric landscape. A long-time favorite of novice and advanced gardeners over the years since they are available in stunning colors and a welcome site as we move from winter into spring. Best when planted so that the top half of the rhizome is visible at soil level; otherwise root rot occurs.

Highly Deer-Resistant. Excellent as a cut flower with long lasting, mildly fragrant blooms.

Lamium 'Orchid Frost'

Lamium 'Orchid Frost' 

Part-Shade Full Shade Deer-Resistant Butterfly
HT:6" Groundcover; Blooms through early summer

We have offered 'Orchid Frost' for several years as a groundcover for part-to full shade garden areas. Also lovely in container gardens that share a shady space with me through the heat of summer.

This delicate looking plant is remarkably tough and will even tolerate full sun when planted in amended soils.

Lavender 'Munstead'

Lavender 'Munstead' 

 Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant Butterfly Attracts Honeybees
HT:18" SP:24" Blooms through summer

Unmatched in the herb garden for fragrance, Lavender is the most popular herb we offer. Sandy soil with excellent drainage is a must for these plants to succeed over winter and into spring. 

Best when harvested just before the buds open. Shear spent blooms and stems in late summer, but leave woody stems over winter. 

Leucanthemum/Shasta Daisy

Leucanthemum/Shasta Daisy 

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Butterfly 
'Snowcap' and 'Sweet Daisy' HT:15" SP:15"  

Shasta Daisies are a charming addition to the perennial garden and a long-time personal favorite. The varieties for this season are compact plants with a mass of clear white flowers.

The plants will re-bloom if spent blooms are deadheaded. 

Lupine 'Westcountry Persian Slipper'

Lupine 'Westcountry' Series in 2 varieties NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Part-Shade Deer-Resistant Butterfly
HT:30" SP:36" Upright; Late Spring-Early Summer

Westcountry' is a new series for us this season and one we are looking forward to trying. Breeders have come a long way with Lupines, concentrating on bloom color, size, and on extending overall plant life-span. 'Persian Slipper', shown on left, demonstrates the impact of bi-color blooms found within this series. Foliage tends to hold up better in part-shade and with amended soil.

Monarda 'Jacob Cline'

Monarda 'Jacob Cline' 

Full Sun Part-Shade Butterfly Attracts Hummingbirds
HT:36" SP:30" Upright; Blooms Mid-Late Summer

Monarda is well-known for attracting hummingbirds into the gardens since their tubular flowers are suited to the bird's feeding habits, so be sure to plant where you can sit and watch them as they move from bloom to bloom. The foliage is wonderfully mint scented.
Overall, an excellent, long-lived perennial for the part-shade garden.

Monarda 'Balmy Lilac'

Monarda 'Balmy Lilac' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Part-Shade Butterfly Attracts Hummingbirds
HT:10" SP:12" Blooms Mid-Late Summer

Monarda is well-known for attracting hummingbirds into the gardens since their tubular flowers are suited to the bird's feeding habits, so be sure to plant where you can sit and watch them as they move from bloom to bloom. The foliage is wonderfully mint scented.
Overall, an excellent, long-lived perennial for the part-shade garden.


Nepeta/Catmint; Available in 3 Varieties this season

Full Sun Attracts Honeybees Butterfly Attracts Hummingbirds Deer-Resistant
'Walker's Low' (shown) HT:36" SP:36"
'Junior Walker' and 'Purrsian Blue' HT:16" SP:24"
Upright; Blooms Mid-Late Summer

Nepetas are highly deer-resistant and great plants for areas where they can be allowed to spread out. Honeybee and bumblebee magnets; a characteristic to consider if you're allergic or (cringe) just don't like honeybees. 'Walker's Low' is the PPA Plant of the Year for 2007.


Papaver/Orientale Poppy 'Princess Louise' (shown) and 'Allegro'

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant  
'Princess Louise' HT:24" SP:20"
'Allegro' HT:12" SP:18" Bright Orange Blooms
Both bloom through early spring 

Large, intensely bright, papery blooms measuring a full 4-5 inches across. Prefer to be watered at soil level using soaker hoses/drip system so the foliage and flowers stay dry and don't drop their petals. To enjoy as cut flowers, singe the bottom of the stem with a candle and the blooms hold up for weeks.
We cut them back in later in summer as their foliage begins to die back.

Penstemon rostriflotus

Penstemon 'Red Rocks' and rostriflorus 'Bridges' shown, NEW For 2019 

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric  Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies Attracts Bees Attracts Hummingbirds
'Red Rocks' HT:18" SP:24" Early-Late Summer
'Bridges' HT:30" SP:36" Early-Late Summer

Penstemons (named for having 5 stamens) are well known for attracting hummingbirds, butterflies, bumblebees, and honeybees into the gardens. Upright habit and long bloom time allows them to fit nicely into the xeric landscape. Best when placed nearby to enjoy the beneficials as they move from bloom to bloom.


Peony; 6 Varieties this season including 2 New For 2019

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies  
HT:36" SP:36"; Mid-Late Spring Blooms 

Peonies are a long-lived perennial and a traditional favorite. The beautiful, fragrant flowers can be enjoyed in the gardens and as cut flowers for a late spring bouquet. The foliage stays lush through the summer, then turns to deep shades of burgundy through fall. Prefers amended garden soil. Plant just deep enough to cover the crown 2-3 inches and allow 3-4 years to become established.

Perovskia/Russian Sage

Perovskia/Russian Sage Available in 3 Varieties this season

Full Sun Deer-Resistant Attracts Honeybees 
atriplicifolia HT:36" SP:48"
'Rocketman' HT:30" SP:36" New For 2019
'Blue Jean Baby' HT:24" SP:34" All Bloom Late Summer-Fall

Masses of small flowers form on multi-branched, aromatic stems from August-frost. Highly deer-resistant. Prefers xeric landscape conditions so avoid overwatering through summer and waterlogged soil in winter.
We prune these woody perennials back to green in late spring. 

Phlox paniculata 'Delilah'

Phlox paniculata 'Delilah'

Full Sun Part-Shade Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Honeybees
HT:18" SP:14" Upright, Blooms Late-Spring to Early Summer

Phlox are popular, long-lived plants for the full sun to part-shade garden. Prefer amended soils and ample water at the base rather than overhead so flowers don't "shatter" and drop prematurely.

The flowers are highly fragrant and make elegant bouquets. We use a candle to "singe" the stem cut so blooms stay fresh longer in a vase.

Phlox Subulata Blue

Phlox subulata 'Spring Blue'

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant
HT:6" Groundcover; Blooms Early-Late Spring

Provides a thick blanket of emerald green foliage topped with a full flush of outstanding colorful blooms soon after winter. Long-lived and a wonderful addition to rock gardens, border edges, and anywhere a reliable groundcover is needed.
Foliage stays semi-evergreen through winter.

Polemonium 'Brise d'Anjou'

Polemonium 'Brise d'Anjou'

Full Sun Part-Shade Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Honeybees
HT:24" SP:18" Upright, Blooms Early-Mid Spring

A long-time fan of Polemoniums, variegated foliage varieties continue to catch my eye. The blooms are fragrant, so plant where you can enjoy the scent, delicate blooms, and showy foliage, in ground, or in container gardens so they too can enjoy a cool, shady area through the heat of summer.


Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm'

Full Sun Attracts Butterflies Water-wise/Xeric
HT:24" SP:20" Upright; Blooms Late Summer-Fall

Hardy Rudbeckia provides a profusion of flowers on sturdy, multi-branching stems. Good as a cut flower and a dependable perennial on its own in mass/drifts or in the mixed garden. Compact plant so it shows best when planted in the front-mid section of the garden.

Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year for 1999.

Salvia 'Bumbleblue'

Salvia 'Bumbleblue' (shown), 'Bumblesky', 'Bumbleberry', 'Midnight Model' NEW FOR 2019, and 'May Night'

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant Attracts Hummingbirds Attracts Honeybees
Bumble Series; HT:14" and 'Midnight Model' and 'May Night' HT:22"
All Bloom Late Spring-Early Summer
Salvias are amongst the easiest of perennials to grow. Their dense spikes of dark purple or fuchsia (depending on variety) flowers on sturdy stems rise above the foliage. Well-known for not just deer resistance, but to actually repel them so excellent choice for planting at the base of shrubs or in front of less deer-resistant plants.
'May Night' is the PPA Plant of the Year for 1997



Full Sun Part-Shade Water-wise/Xeric Deer-Resistant Attracts Butterflies
HT:10" Groundcover; Blooms Late Spring-Early Summer

Saponaria is a long-time favorite since it's easy to grow, fragrant, and attracts butterflies into the gardens. The clear pink flowers rise above the foliage which spreads by forming large clumps and the seeds are also viable. Excellent as a rock garden plant and to soften straight edges.

Spills over garden wall edges.

Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue'

Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue'

Full Sun Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
HT:12" SP:18"; Blooms Spring-Fall

Lavender-blue flowers rise above the basal foliage on wiry stems. Attractive foliage that remains nice through the changing seasons. Unique flowers that resemble pincushions as they open. As with most perennials, they benefit from deadheading. Butterfly magnets, so plant where you can enjoy the show. Foliage color changes to burgundy through fall.
Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year for 2000

Sedum Sunsparkler

Sedum Sunsparkler Series; 'Firecracker' (shown) and 'Dazzleberry'

also, Sedum sieboldii NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
HT:6" Groundcover, Blooms late Summer-Fall
Sedum's succulent foliage is perfect for our hot, dry summers. Prefers xeric conditions, so avoid overwatering. Adds distinct foliage texture and color to rock gardens, at the garden's edge, and in container gardens.

Foliage color intensifies with the onset of fall and through winter.
Vibrant flowers are an added bonus through late summer.

Stachys/Lamb's Ear

Stachys byzantina/Lamb's Ear

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
HT:18" Groundcover, Foliage Spring-Frost

Fuzzy gray leaves form the base of this vigorous spreader. Not intended for small garden areas, but rather the larger landscape design where the plant can thrive and spread.
As late summer approaches, the plants produce upright spikes of magenta flowers that are honey and bumblebee magnets. Produces viable seeds, adding another layer to its vigorous growth.

Stachys monieri 'Hummelo

Stachys monieri 'Hummelo' NEW FOR 2019

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
HT:18" SP:18" Blooms Early-Mid Summer

Introduced by German grower Ernst Pagels, 'Hummel' means bumblebee in German. Related to Stachys byzantina (lamb's ear) but with basal rosettes of glossy, bright green leaves. Valued for its crinkled foliage and long display of prolific flower spikes.

Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year for 2019. 

Thymus/Thyme Pink Chintz

Thymus 'Pink Chintz' (shown) and 'Mother of Thyme'

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
'Pink Chintz' HT:2" and 'Mother of Thyme' HT:6"
Groundcover/Herb; Both Bloom Late Spring

Wooly, deep-olive foliage is covered with an abundance of salmon-pink flowers. Great choice as paver fillers, to soften garden edges, and as a ground cover between other full sun, xeric perennials and shrubs.

Like many herbs, 'Mother of Thyme' deters deer when planted in front of less-resistant perennials since deer seldom step to reach behind plants they don't like.

Veronica 'First Glory'

Veronica 'First Glory' 

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
HT:16" SP:24" Blooms Summer-Early Fall

Compact plant with spikes of deep violet-blue flowers though late summer after many perennials have finished for the season. Excellent as a cut flower since it will last for several weeks in a vase.

Offered too late last season for those early shoppers who missed its beautiful blue spikes of color through late summer.

Veronica liwanensis

Veronica liwanensis

Full Sun Water-wise/Xeric Attracts Honeybees Attracts Butterflies
HT:1" Groundcover, Blooms Early Spring

Liwanensis is a personal favorite that I have enjoyed as a perennial groundcover for decades. Offered every once in awhile, this prolific bloomer is stunning through early spring with bright true-blue flowers.

Vigorous spreader that spills over walls and can take light foot traffic making it an excellent choice for between pavers and walkway edges.