Brilliant Yellow Blooms and Feathery Foliage Canary Feathers is a long-blooming perennial with bright yellow blooms and feathery foliage. These would look terrific in hanging planters on your porch or planted in front of your larger garden plants. They are especially stunning in a woodland setting, so if you have a naturalized area, these would be perfect for it. Your Canary Feathers is a hybrid Corydalis with exceptional features that are true to its name. Like the canary it’s named for, Canary Feathers has both foliage and flowers that are reminiscent of that delightfully colorful bird. The low-mounded foliage is often referred to as “feathery” in appearance with a charming shade of blue-green that will catch your eye amid the common greens of the summer garden. Its lovely form and foliage is enhanced by the spectacular blooms that appear in late spring when tall 9-inch spikes reach up and beyond the feathery foliage. Each stem is enveloped in ¾-inch tubular flowers that are resplendent in the bright yellow intensity canaries are so well known for. Canary Feathers flower will last through summer, and even into fall with a bit of trimming. Rabbits will pass it by, and it will die back after autumn for a clean winter appearance. Canary Feathers has no serious pest or disease issues, and is relatively easy to care for. For a lovely, easy to manage perennial that is sure to remind you of your vibrantly-colored, feathered friends, Canary Feathers is the plant for you. *Bright, Long Blooming*Blue-Green, Feathery Foliage*Hardy .
Columns of Bells over Frosty Green Sea Coral Bells Paris, Heuchera ‘Paris’, is as silvery colored as any of our minty selections. It has striking, white-veiled sea green foliage with ruffled edges. These leaves give rise to continuous columns of large, deep rose-colored flowers. ‘Paris’ is a 14 mounding plant that combines the striking white-frosted green leaves with stalks of cheery rose-red flowers and repeat blooms until frost! Good drainage is essential while roots establish themselves. ‘Paris’ looks especially good around the edge of borders, near variegated plants, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover. Cold and drought tolerant and withstanding heat and humidity, nothing seems to phase this plant. ‘Paris’ needs about one inch of water per week; divide clumps in fall. Heuchera adds a bit of flavor to any perennial garden with its texture, vigor, and vibrant color. Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, ‘Paris’ will surely become a “must have” as it contrasts dramatically with other colors in your garden! * Stalks of Deep Rose Colored Flowers* Frosty Sea Green Foliage* Blooms Spring To Frost.
Tiny, Soft, and Dark Green The Sagina Irish Moss, ‘Sagina subulata’, is one of the most popular ground covers around. The lush, deep green foliage stays compact and produces tiny white flower which appear late spring into early summer. Sagina looks like a scratch-proof sponge, but feels so much softer. This plant spreads rapidly to form a carpet that looks especially nice against gray stone! It is extremely dense and spreads by creeping stems to form a mossy carpet. It has a plant height of 1-2” and a spread of 6-12”. ‘Irish Moss’ performs best in full sun and in moist, well-drained soil. It dislikes drought and the other extreme, wet feet. ‘Irish Moss is just the ground cover you need between paving stones, rock walls, or as an edging plant that tolerates moderate foot traffic! *Tiny White Flowers*Dense 2 Deep Green Foliage*Full Sun and Moist Soil.