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Early Blooming Perennials

Growing Zones: 4-9
Sugg. Price: $25.95
Our Price: $12.98

 
Growing Zones: 4-9
Sugg. Price: $99.95
Our Price: $49.98

   

After a long season of frosty temperatures, having a garden full of early blooming perennials lifts away the winter gloom, welcoming the start of warmer weather.

If low-growing decorative groundcover is what you're looking for, we have several options from which to choose. Chocolate Chip Ajuga sports frothy blue blossoms that are rich and vibrant. It's durable, hardy and low maintenance, and it is perfectly suited not just to your average flower bed, but to rock gardens or even a water garden or pond area.

Brilliant yellow, Angelina Sedum and Blue Spruce Sedum are two more low-growing perennials that are hardy, easy to grow and look fabulous. Both bloom in early summer, and are versatile enough to be used in a variety of ways, including decorating rocky slopes and cascading out of containers for patio accent and d├ęcor.

For the mid-range height level in your planter bed, we offer a stunning selection of early-blooming perennials, all reaching heights of about 2-3 feet. Lilies are among the most popular of all our garden perennials and adored for their color, easy-going nature and elegant sense of style.

Lily of the Nile is available in blue, purple and white colors, and is exquisite in all three shades. Try them in a mixed bed to create an exotic smoldering mood.

If bolder colors strike your fancy, take a look at our Premium Mixed Daylily package. Stunning lilies at rock bottom prices, and there's a surprise in every blooming bouquet as you anticipate what colors you've planted.

Two of our more unique perennials grow tall like spikes, and are both bright purple and quite dramatic. Kobold Liatris is soft and feathery, lending a playful tone to any outdoor space. Caradonna Salvia is more formal and stately, flaunting aromatic blooms and foliage from June to October.

Check out our entire inventory of perennials online. Let our experts help guide you through your next landscaping project.

 
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