Seed grown red coneflower, bred in the Midwest. An excellent choice where a smaller sized plant is required.
‘Touch of Class’ is a unique perennial with white and green variegated foliage. Plant differs from ‘Stairway to Heaven’ by it’s lack of pink in the foliage. Outstanding variety for the shade garden.
‘Color Guard’ is a gold-centered variegated form. It features leaves with green margins and striking creamy gold centers. Long filamentous curly white threads are found along the leaf margins.
Dark, midnight blue flower spikes over medium green foliage. Plants stay very clean and do not get the black spot that plagues other varieties.
Bright yellow flowers in umbels. Flowers in early spring and offers food for early insects. Can handle a good amount of moisture. Native plant.
Bright clear pink flower spikes rise above clean green foliage. Compact selection to be considered an improvement over ‘Giles Van Hees’ and ‘Red Fox’
Strap-like foliage arches over like spider legs. Bright purple flowers in early spring and if cut back hard, can return in fall. Foliage can be unsightly if not maintained.
Beautiful variegation along the edges of this upright, taller shade perennial. Bright yellow margins on green foliage. White flowers with purple speckles all over it.
Green shiny foliage stays upright with interesting purple flowers with white edges. Great plant for the shade. Needs to be protected from rabbits.
Fine textured foliage, similar to an Amsonia hubrichtii with purple flowers in late summer, early fall. Creates a very attractive mound of foliage even when not in bloom. Great for late season pollinators.