Bulbous perennial that bears whorls of lance-shaped to linear, blue-green leaves. Produces racemes of 3 or 4 cup-shaped pendent greenish-white flowers (1-1/2 inches long) with reddish purple stains or speckles. Flowers from early spring to early summer. Suitable for a rock garden or raised bed.
With delicate arching stems this woodland species of Gentian produces sprays of blue trumpets in the mid to late summer. This seed is selected from predominantly blue flowered plants. Associates well with ferns and grasses.
The flowers of this perennial species of hardy geranium are it's most remarkable feature - usually produced in groups of three, the flowers have petals that are strongly relexed, making them significantly different from others in the genus. Height 12-18 inches; spread 18-24 inches.
Rhizomatous evergreen perennial which forms clumps of 5-lobed, toothed, wrinkled light green basal leaves. Produces erect trumpet-shaped bright pink flowers 1-1/2 inches across with a silvery sheen and notched petals. Flowering period is from early summer to early autumn. Height 18 inches; spread...