Perennials

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Compact form of speedwell with blue-purple flower spikes in late spring. Plants prefer not to have overhead irrigation or they may develop black spots.

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A beautiful tall plant for the back of the border. Flowers are tri-colored with white, pink and purple. Candelabras shoot for the sky in summer, dancing above the foliage with the slightest breeze.

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Furry silver foliage blankets the ground. An absolute delight for children of all ages. It’s irresistable.

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Magenta pink flower spikes over scalloped foliage. A favorite of Painted Lady butterflies. PPA Perennial Plant of the Year 2019. Introduced and made popular by Piet Oudolf

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Chicago Botanic Garden introduction through Chicagoland Grows. Bicolored flowers, light pink and darker pink emerge in late May. Foliage is clean and attractive all growing season.

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Deeply cut foliage with burgundy inlays. Forms slowly spreading clumps, eventually forming dense mats.

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Deeply cut foliage with dark near-black markings. Pink flower spikes in late spring are beautifully shown above the mat-forming perennial. Can handle more sun than others and produces bronze fall color with sun.

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Deep cut foliage with a maple-like appearance. Dark red veination in the centers of the foliage. White flowers with maroon stems shoot up above the foliage like fairy wands and mid to late spring.

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Dark, bluish purple foliage hugs the ground. The more sun the darker the color. Drought tolerant. Mauve-pink flowers in late summer, early fall. A great ground cover to mix into the perennial border.

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Creamy white flower buds change to light pink flowers cover the top of the succulent foliage like clouds over the plains. Prefers a well drained location.