Featured Perennial Seeds & Plants
Perennial Seeds & Plants
Perennial Seeds & Plants
A perennial plant is one that survives for more than two years. As such, perennials can provide the groundwork for a garden or permaculture design. The following years can be spent filling in the empty space, either with more perennial seeds and plants or with annual varieties. Choose from Johnny’s perennial herbs, vegetables, berries, and flowers for quality that lasts.
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Rudbeckia triloba Rudbeckia (Black-Eyed Susan)
Densely branched, productive filler, low maintenance once established.
Now available organic! Densely branched, productive filler.
90 - 100 Days
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Dream Touch Tulips
Unique and elegant.
New! Unique and elegant.
Late Spring
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Sensual Touch Tulips
Exceptionally large, fully double flowers.
New! Exceptionally large, fully double flowers.
Late Spring
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Palmyra Tulips
Early, velvety, dark double blooms.
New! Early, velvety, dark double blooms.
Mid-Late Spring
Long-lasting perennial with a long vase life for fresh cuts.
Long-lasting perennial.
120 - 130 Days
A true Greek oregano with strong aroma and flavor.
A true Greek oregano.
80 - 90 Days
An excellent alternative to vegetative varieties.
An excellent alternative to vegetative varieties.
100 - 110 Days
A zesty, versatile herb.
A zesty, versatile herb.
70 - 80 Days
The standard winter-hardy thyme with good flavor and yields.
The standard winter-hardy thyme with good flavor and yield.
90 - 95 Days
Uniform, slender leaves ideal for fresh use.
Uniform, slender leaves for fresh use.
75 - 85 Days
A staple of the herb garden.
A staple of the herb garden.
80 - 90 Days
Edible bright lavender blooms with a spicy scent, a nectar plant.
Bright lavender blooms with a spicy scent.
365 Days
Distinct lemon flavor for teas and salads, flowers attracts bees.
Distinct lemon flavor.
70 Days
Specialty culinary herb, tastes like celery with a hint of anise.
Specialty culinary herb.
90 Days
Heaviest leaf for processing and freezing.
Heaviest leaf for processing and freezing.
75 - 85 Days
Sturdy aromatic ground cover, drought tolerant once established.
Sturdy aromatic ground cover.
90 - 95 Days
Common purple coneflower, the easiest echinacea to grow.
Common purple coneflower.
300 - 365 Days
Thin, flat leaves, delicate garlic flavor, and attractive flowers.
Thin, flat leaves with delicate garlic flavor.
90 Days
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