Prolific Bloomer with Bi-Colored Flowers Cosmic Eye is a garden perennial that possesses prolific, bi-colored flowers and a hardy nature. Planted en masse in your garden border it will provide you with a carefree source of color from summer and into fall. Your Cosmic Eye is a variety of coreopsis with spectacular color that begins in early summer and lasts into autumn. Its 2-inch sunny blossoms present a daisy-like appearance. A dark yellow center and prominent, deep-maroon eye (tipped in bright yellow), creates an eye-catching blend of colors that pops out of the garden at any angle. The dark green, lance-leaf foliage fills your Cosmic Eye out nicely into a compact floral arrangement. Your Cosmic Eye is a carefree plant tolerant of many soil types and conditions and is particularly able to sustain itself in drought (so you don’t even need to worry about watering it). Butterflies will love you for planting a few Cosmic Eyes, even if your deer and rabbits don’t. The flowers make a lovely cut flower to bring indoors, so an investment in Cosmic Eye will bring beauty both indoors and out. All in all, it’s hard to find a perennial that asks so little and yet has so much to give. Plant several Cosmic Eyes today and begin reaping the harvest of this extraordinary ornamental perennial. *Prolific bloomer*Hardy*Low Maintenance.
Eye-catching soft yellow pom-poms all summer! Brash yellows are easy to come by in the garden. Soft yellows, not so much. Especially soft yellows that don’t fade to white or turn brown or are too ephemeral to last through the heat of summer. Enter Double Scoop Lemon Cream Coneflower (Echinacea ‘Balsclemc’). This lovely new color is like your grandma’s banana pudding – pretty enough to eat. The color is sweet, but the plant is strong – a strong grower, a strong brancher and a strong bloomer. The whole Double Scoop Coneflower brand is a newer introduction of Echinacea and they are bred for strong branching (which means more flowering), hardiness and beauty. Able to weather the intense heat and humidity of a southern summer as well as the biting cold winters of more northern climes (in a dormant state), this pretty flower will astound you year after year. The flowers are double pom-poms making them very fluffy and very touchable – which is good because they look great in vases. These are hardy and steady growers. The foliage stays dark green all summer long.Birds and butterflies love them. Leave some spent flower blooms on at the end of the fall so that the birds can feast on the seed heads over the winter. They’ll thank you for it! * Soft yellow double flowers* Super easy, low-maintenance * Long bloom season* Attracts butterflies* Native cultivar.
Award Winning Perennial is a Classic Best-seller David Phlox (PHLOX paniculata David) are the backbone of any well-bred perennial border. Sure, you can skip them when you design your garden – much to our chagrin they have fallen out of fashion in many garden circles over the past several years – but it would be at your own taste risk. These hardy, tall garden phlox are aristocrats in the garden and are such a fine hybrid that they even won the 2002 Perennial of the Year! Huge, pure white, mildew resistant flowers soar over the dark green foliage in profusion all summer long. They are fantastic performers in any border, but try them in an all-white ‘moon garden’ for an otherworldly effect. The flowers are fragrant and showy, with brilliant non-fading color. They grow 2-3′ tall, they are excellent cut flowers, too, so leave room in your cutting garden for a few. Plant about 18-20 apart in rich, well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. They are dependable perennials, coming back stronger year after year. They may even reseed for you if you don’t deadhead them. Butterflies love them and will visit your garden by the busload. Don’t be swayed by trends. David phlox is a time-tested regal garden performer that you will be thrilled to have in your landscape. Order some today! * White 6 Flower Heads* Fragrant* Dependable.