Hot Perennials for 2018

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Adding pollinators in the garden is promising to remain a hot market in the foreseeable future. Indigenous plants are a large part of this movement. Try native perennials like Asclepias tuberosa (2017 Perennial of the Year), Aster ‘Purple Dome’, ‘Woods’ Pink’ and ‘Woods’ Purple’, a long line of Echinacea, particularly single-flowered types like‘Cheyenne Spirit’, two PowWows and the Meadow Mama group; and of course gorgeous Gaillardia, lovely Leucanthemum, marvelous Monarda, sweet Stokesia ‘Divinity’, and dainty, dancing, drought-tolerant Gaura. 

asclepias tuberosa

Asclepias tuberosa

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gaillardia burgundy

Gaillardia 'Burgundy

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aster wood's purple

Aster Woods' Purple

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leucanthemum snow lady

Leucanthemum 'Snow Lady'

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echinacea purpurea

Echinacea purpurea

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gaura rosy jane

Gaura 'Rosy Jane'

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