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359 Perennials to choose from for spring

jan09_geraniumstriatum1jan09_buddbicolorWell, we believe in giving our visitors a wide choice, and we’re always looking for what’s new and exciting, so now’s the time.  Our perennials for spring, now on Advance Sale at 50% Off  total a whopping 359, which is 130 more than we had last year.  Take a look.  This means new daylilies, new phlox, new peonies, new clematis, new geraniums (that’s “Striatum above left) and a host of others.  But it also means some whole new categories we haven’t had before.  Like the fantastic Hybrid Hibiscus group, the Butterfly Bushes (That’s Butterfly Bush “Bicolor” above.), Louisiana Irises, and for the first time in spring, all the Bearded Irises in pots. (We’ll also have them bareroot, as always, for September delivery.)

prod_hibiscuskopperking2Perennial gardeners just can’t get enough, so we’re trying to offer all we can, as long as jan09_callamajesticredthe new plants reach our standards.  The new items are all new to us, but of course, not all are new.  Some are old favorites which we’ve never sold until now. (like the world famous Kopper King hibiscus hybrid at left), but others are very new hybrids that have already proven their value.  For example, take a look at the new Creeping Phlox “Candy Stripe” .  And here are two real winners we had for a short time last spring before they ran right out.  This year, we’ll have plenty:  The amazing new Tall Garden Phlox “Peppermint Twist“. and spectacular Louisiana Iris “Bold Pretender.”  

So be sure to get in your order while discounts are at 50%.  When you visit, you’ll also jan09_dahliasunrisefind all our Spring Bulbs at the same savings.  This year includes several fantastic new spring bulbs too.  Like the incredible new Calla “Majestic Red” above, and dahlias like ”Tahiti Sunrise” (right).  Then there are too, some new glads, like lush, large pink “Video.”  Of course, there are all the favorite beauties, too.  Plan a great spring garden right now.

January 6, 2009 · Ray Allen · Comments Closed
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