Low-growing and deer-resistant, Basket of Gold is an excellent compliment to many spring perennials.
Clove Currant is fragrant, useful, and versatile. Use this pollinator-friendly bush as a focal point, hedgerow or border. Berries are also edible.
Easy to grow and pollinator-friendly, Candytuft is a striking, low-growing flowering evergreen.
Oriental poppies come in a variety of colors--not just the common red! Plant them in bunches and make your spring garden pop with color.
Virginia Bluebells are early-blooming perennials that bees, butterflies, and pollinators adore.
Lungwort has a lot to offer in unique color variety, often with several shades or color on one plant
Trillium is a native perennial known to many outdoor enthusiasts, but is now becoming more commercially available for home cultivation in perennial gardens.
A large grouping of Grape Hyacinth brings early color to spring gardens and borders. It is especially nice planted at tree bases.
Bright yellow-blooming forsythia is a true herald of brighter days to come!