Trifolium Purpurascens -- Bluestone Perennials
Trifolium are ornamental shamrocks that are now being grown for the garden. Many four-leaf clovers to find in this versatile groundcover. Lively mounding foliage is chocolate brown with an edging of light green. In summer, dainty creamy-white flowers emerge. Our plant spacing recommendations are based on how quickly these plants will spread in their first season of growth.
Hosta Old Glory -- Bluestone Perennials
Hosta Old Glory - Common name:Funkia, Plantain Lily - From the prestigious Designer Hostaâ¢ Series, a group of the finest Hosta available today. Chosen for its exemplary garden presence and performance. Heart-shaped golden yellow centers sport irregular dark green margins. Lavender flowers wave above the attractive foliage in mid-summer.Hosta thrive in shade, even in competition with tree roots, hurray! It is hard to find a garden that wonât benefit from incorporating some Hosta.
Coreopsis Moonbeam -- Bluestone Perennials
Coreopsis Moonbeam - Common name:Threadleaf Coreopsis, Tickseed - 1993 Perennial Plant Association's Plant of the Year. Freely produced soft yellow flowers are a charming addition to your sunny garden. Flowers appear singly on short stalks continuously blooming from early summer right into fall. The dainty, finely-cut foliage adds texture and an interesting contrast to surrounding perennials.Coreopsis spread slowly but surely and can be used in a naturalized planting on a sunny bank or in…
Lysimachia Aurea -- Bluestone Perennials
Excellent, fast spreading groundcover, Lysimachia Aurea forms a leafy mat only 3 tall. Foliage will be bright yellow in full sun. Penny-sized gold leaves freely root at the nodes. Tolerates limited foot traffic. Quite suitable for a moist area where fast spreading is needed, perfect for a rain garden or even submerged as a water plant. Profuse buttercup yellow flowers in summer. Provides a perfect blanket of color beneath shrubs. Our plant spacing recommendations are based on how quickly…
Carex Flaccosperma -- Bluestone Perennials
Carex Flaccosperma is an easy to grow native sedge. In spring, new growth emerges green and ages to an eye-catching powder blue. Plant with purple-leaved Heuchera for a pleasing combination. Evergreen in warmer zones. Line a path or walkway with this charming Sedge. Most at home in a moist, woodland setting; it is perfectly suited for stream or pond borders.
Calycanthus Venus -- Bluestone Perennials
Large, magnolia-like white flowers with yellow and purple central markings are delightfully fragrant in early summer and appear intermittently thru the season. Glossy green foliage matures to a golden yellow in autumn. An exciting new introduction in Sweetshrubs. An underused beauty.
Hosta Blue Mouse Ears -- Bluestone Perennials
The name says it all tidy, perfectly proportioned tiny mounds of thick, almost rubbery grey-green to blue-green leaves. Flower buds are held horizontally and swell like balloons before opening to lavender bell-shaped flowers in mid-summer. Blue Mouse Ears is an adorable miniature to add to your Hosta collection. Hosta thrive in shade, even in competition with tree roots, hurray! It is hard to find a garden that won't benefit from incorporating some Hosta.
Pachysandra Green Carpet -- Bluestone Perennials
A strong classic for shade featuring compact, rich evergreen foliage in whorls of waxy leaves. Tiny white flowers in spring are not showy, but are interesting upon inspection. Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit Winner 2002. Our plant spacing recommendations are based on how quickly these plants will spread in their first season of growth.
Lamium Aureum -- Bluestone Perennials
Lamium is one of the best choices for a tough yet showy perennial. Citrus yellow leaves with a white slash down the center of each leaf. Rose purple flowers start in spring and bloom through the whole season. Bright foliage of Lamium Aureum enlivens a shady area. Our plant spacing recommendations are based on how quickly these plants will spread in their first season of growth.
Dianthus Everlast White -- Bluestone Perennials
Dianthus Everlast White - Common name:Pinks, Carnations - Glistening snow white blossoms with a berry-pink eye sparkle on fringed double blossoms providing a soft counterpoint to bold colors. Sweetly captivating edger catches ambient light in a moonlit garden.Who can resist Dianthus? The more the flowers are cut, the more they bloom. Blossoms sparkle against compact silvery blue-green foliage.
Heucherella Alabama Sunrise -- Bluestone Perennials
Heucherella Alabama Sunrise - Common name:Foamy Bells - "Each season brings a new look! Early foliage is golden green with deep red veining. Leaves of Alabama Sunrise are deeply incised and large. Late summer leaves are deeper green with red veins, and finally, fall foliage turns to glowing orange-pink. The H. villosa parentage makes this a vigorous, heat and drought tolerant steamy-summer-loving selection. White flowering."
Scilla peruviana -- Bluestone Perennials
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Carex Blue Zinger -- Bluestone Perennials
Carex Blue Zinger - Common name:Blue Sedge, Sedge - Taller and bluer than the straight species, the drifts of steel blue clumps make a spectacular display in the shade. The softly cascading foliage of Carex Blue Zinger will create a pleasing addition to your garden as it bends and sways with the warm summer breezes. A nice edger.
Hemerocallis Joan Senior -- Bluestone Perennials
One of the most popular white Hemerocallis with large white 6" blossoms. Petals are ruffled and slighlty recurved. Pale yellow watermark with a soft lime-green eye. Blooms June through July. Reblooms. Foliage is evergreen too! This long-time favorite Daylily has received numerous awards from the American Hemerocallis Society - to name a few: The Junior Citation for best new seedling in 1977, an Honorable Mention in 1981, Award of Merit in 1984, and the Lenington All-American Award (only one…