Achillea is a genus of about 85 flowering plants, in the family Asteraceae, commonly referred to as yarrow. They occur in Europe and temperate areas of Asia. A few grow...Read More
While most Agastache (Anise Hyssop) come from the American Southwest and Northern Mexico, this hails from Korea, Japan and China. Butterflies, honeybees and hummingbirds...Read More
Aquilegia (Columbine; from Latin columba "dove") is a genus of about 60-70 species of perennials that are found in...Read More
Bergenia ( /bərˈɡɛniə/) is a genus of ten species of flowering plants in the family Saxifragaceae, native to central Asia, from Afghanistan to China and the Himalayan region.
We have phased this out in favor of more appealing natives that have a more prominent ecological role and are less rangy and unkempt.
Buddleja is a genus of about 100...Read More
The Carpathian harebell (Campanula carpatica) originated in the Carpathian Mountains and bears blue, white or violet flowers.
Campanula persicifolia or Peach-leaved Bellflower can be almost one meter high. Its flowers are cup-shaped and can be either lilac-blue or white. It's a very attractive...Read More
Campanula punctata (Spotted Bellflower) is an herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the bellflower family. It has leaves and stems which fall down at the end of the...Read More
Clematis stans is a variable species, and though its flowers differ over a narrow range they are not all alike. In different forms they may vary in shape from slender to...Read More
The yellow foxglove (Digitalis lutea) is found growing wild from central Europe to Italy and in North-West Africa. This choice foxglove produces slender stems of pale...Read More
A fascinating perennial that forms a compact clump to 4 inches tall by 6 to 8 inches wide tall with hairy, lanced shaped leaves and flower spikes to 14 inches tall bearing red flowers in a spike...Read More
Farfugium japonicum, formerly known as Ligularia tussilaginea and Ligularia kaempferi, is a clump-forming perennial that is grown in gardens more for its attractive...Read More
Gentiana scabra, or rough gentian is fairly easy to grow, by Gentian standards. It does well in bright light (partial shade is fine), and well drained organic soil. Like...Read More