Salvia patens ‘Patio Dark Blue’ & ‘Patio Sky Blue’

Salvia patens ‘Patio Dark Blue’ & ‘Patio Sky Blue’ (Gentian Sage) These stunning upright sages are one of the most striking of all flowering plants with their truest of blue color. Their elegant, large, eye-catching blooms rise above bright green foliage on 6-15” stems. The arrow shaped leaves are serrated and have a soft hair covering them. They are one of the less fragrant salvias but have the typical herbaceous scent when the leaves are crushed. These pest free, low maintenance beauties will attract butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds to your garden in beds, borders, path edging, or even containers. They will bloom mid-summer through fall if fertilized and dead headed after initial b

Polygonum capitatum ‘Pink Pin Heads’

Polygonum capitatum ‘Pink Pin Heads Synonymous name: Persicaria capitata. Common names: “Pink’Knotweed”, “Pink Pin Heads”, “Pink Head Smartweed”. This easy to grow perennial groundcover will provide a lovely burgundy and pink display to the garden. It is low growing and spreading, and is ideal to fill in neglected areas of a landscape (that unused side yard perhaps?). Because Polygonum capitatum is not picky about being grown in either sun or shade it is the perfect plant when you want a smooth transition from a sunny area to a shady one. It is also a good choice for containers, hanging baskets, or window boxes, where the attractive foliage can spill over the sides. It provides a nice clean

Agastache rugosa ‘Little Adder’  (AKA Hummingbird Mint, Korean Mint, Anise Hyssop)

Agastache rugosa ‘Little Adder’ (AKA Hummingbird Mint, Korean Mint, Anise Hyssop) If you are interested in a late summer, early fall bloom in your garden, Agastache rugosa ‘Little Adder’ is the plant for you. This heat loving and dependable perennial will add profuse purple color to herb gardens, flower borders, and rock gardens. It tolerates full to part sun, and prefers average to well-drained soil. It is deer and rabbit resistant, and attracts a bounty of pollinators including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. With deep green anise scented foliage, this plant will grow to be 22-24 inches wide, and twice as tall, showing off its loaded whorls of deep lavender-purple flower spikes. T

Tibouchina urvilleana ‘Princess Flower’

Tibouchina urvilleana ‘Princess Flower’ The family Melastomatacea is one of the largest flowering plant families containing 170 genera and 5000 species, occurring widely throughout the tropical and subtropical world. Native to Brazil and included in this family is the lovely Tibouchina urvilleana with its brilliant and exotic looking royal-purple, velvety flower rising on long stems. The leaves are veined and dark green, often edged in red. They grow openly on long stems that can range from 5-18 feet tall, and 3-10 feet wide. In the right conditions, at maturity, this evergreen shrub can grow to be a small tree. Tibouchina need regular watering and partial shade in very hot conditions.

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