Throughout history, gardening with
perennial flowers has caught the fancy of many gardeners. They are easy to grow,
bloom year after year, provide fragrance or attractive
foliage and can change with the season. Whether you favor “wild” or natural gardens with no particular design style, or carefully
thought out displays of contrasting textures and forms, timing the bloom of your
plantings is the most interesting and exciting feature of perennial gardening.
If you are a person who enjoys bringing
the beauty of cut flowers indoors, perennial flowers will be among the most
prized to grow. A dozen or so Red-Hot Pokers in a tall glass cylinder, masses of
Blue Delphiniums in a copper kettle, or a combination of Sunflowers and
Coreopsis in a rustic wicker container are just a few possibilities.
Perennials also solve difficult site
situations such as dense shade, summer heat, and dry unfertile soils. Foliage
Farm takes careful consideration when selecting the varieties we
Our tables are flush with the newest Perennial Plant
Association picks, recently developed hybrids, as well as the tried and true
varieties that “nana grows.”
Deliveries to our sales yard are
received fast and fresh each week. Size options are generally a #1 or #3 pot as
we feel they give you a little quicker establishment during the first season for
a vigorous come back next spring.