Perennials >> Perennials, 1 Gallon
Our one gallon perennials are grown here at our Westen New York greenhouse. Some varieties are second year grown from seed. Others are vegetative, that is we have propogated from cutting or division.
Perfect for cutting! Summer Berries is a cheery blend of magnificent colors on super-easy plants that thrive in any sunny spot -- especially poor, dry soils that most perennials hate!
The upright, bushy plant quickly reaches 2 feet high and 1½ feet wide, covering itself with a colorful canopy of flowers. Unlike most other Achilleas, the blooms on Summer Berries refuse to fade, even in punishing heat and sunlight. They keep their colors fresh for months when dried -- and what gorgeous colors they are!
This mix includes salmon-apricot/yellow, cherry-red/apricot, white picotee pink/cream, two-tone pink, and many more -- all borne in big 3- to 5-inch clusters just begging to be picked!
Perennials are plants that complete their lifecycle in three or more years.
We carefully select perennial varieties that will do well in our Western New York Gardens. All our perennials are hardy to Zone 6 for those of us nearer to the lake, and most are hardy to Zone 5.