Whether you’re planting a wildflower meadow or a formal garden, perennial varieties require much less maintenance than annuals. You can expect to spend less time and effort feeding, watering, and otherwise tending to your plants. Perennials can be plant in the fall or spring. Water and weed regularly in the first season, but don’t be alarmed if you don’t see blooms the first year – in their first season, perennial plants work to establish strong root systems. Perennial wildflowers and most perennial plants only show green growth in their first growing season. In their second and successive years to come, you’ll enjoy colorful blooms with little maintenance!

Below are our top 3 picks of Perennials



fringed lavender or French lavender, is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae, native to the Mediterranean, the Atlantic islands and the Arabian peninsula. Growing to 60 cm tall, it has gray-green, linear or lance-shaped leaves with toothed edges and a lightly woolly texture.The long-lasting, narrow spikes of purple flowers, topped with pale violet bracts, first appear in late spring. The whole plant is strongly aromatic with the typical lavender fragrance.

From R38



and commonly known as Lindheimer’s beeblossom, white gaura, pink gaura, Lindheimer’s clockweed, and Indian feather, is a species of Oenothera.

From R27



or commonly called, daylilies are well-suited to many different uses in the garden and landscape. The shorter, more compact varieties work well planted directly into perennial borders, where their blooms provide a welcome mid-summer boost. In groups of 3 or 5, daylilies are ideal for landscape plantings.

From R49

We stock a wide variety of perennials, please pop in for a visit or gives us a call to find out more about the various species of perennials we have on offer.

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