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Perennial Flowers
Perennial Flowers
Whether you’re establishing a cutting garden, a pollinator habitat, or growing for edible blooms, never underestimate the value of perennial flowers. They can offer diversity (both in color and bloom time) to your garden plan, as well as lay the groundwork for a design concept. As the backbone of the garden, they often gain in size and strength each year, and accent colorful, longer-blooming annuals. Choose from our perennial flower seed varieties, all chosen for their excellent performance as cut flowers.
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An excellent alternative to vegetative varieties.
An excellent alternative to vegetative varieties.
100 - 110 Days
Long-lasting and unique textural accent featuring brilliant 1" globes.
Long-lasting and unique textural accent flower.
110 - 120 Days
Long-lasting perennial with a long vase life for fresh cuts.
Long-lasting perennial.
120 - 130 Days
Provide bee forage all season long with this low-maintenance mix.
Provide bee forage all season long.
Varies
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Cherokee Sunset Mix Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan)
Large double flowers that bloom all summer long in a range of colors.
Large, double flowers in a range of colors.
100 - 120 Days
Attract butterflies and hummingbirds from spring through fall.
Attract butterflies and hummingbirds from spring through fall.
Varies
Attract a wide array of beneficial insects that prey upon pests.
Attract beneficial insects.
Varies
Best eucalyptus variety for fresh or dried bouquets.
Best variety for bouquets.
120 - 150 Days
Uniform plants with 5-8", dense spikes that bloom summer to frost.
5-8", dense spikes bloom summer to frost.
125 - 130 Days
Edible, bright-lavender blooms with a spicy scent, a nectar plant.
Bright-lavender blooms with a spicy scent.
365 Days
Popular, multi-purpose perennial with semidouble blooms.
Popular, multi-purpose perennial.
300 - 365 Days
Attracts and supports beneficial insects.
Attracts and supports beneficial insects.
50 - 60 Days
Common purple coneflower, the easiest echinacea to grow.
Common purple coneflower.
300 - 365 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Cheyenne Spirit Echinacea
First-year flowering perennial in a stunning mix of colors.
First-year flowering perennial in a stunning mix of colors.
126 - 165 Days
Heat tolerant.
Heat tolerant.
90 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Indian Summer Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan)
Gigantic golden flowers, still a favorite variety.
Gigantic golden flowers.
90 - 105 Days
Brighten woodland edges and softly shaded areas with this colorful mix.
Brighten shaded areas with this colorful mix.
Varies
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Prairie Sun Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan)
Unique bicolor, blooms freely on vigorous plants.
Unique bicolor.
90 - 105 Days
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