Sun/part shade; blooms May-Aug.
macrocarpa/missouriensis. 10"; large deep yellow
flowers; sprawling plant with glossy leaves; native.
Evening Primrose. 18"; large pink cup-shaped
flowers; vigorous; native to Missouri.
s. ‘Siskiyou.’ Same as above only shorter; shear
tetragona, ’Fireworks.’ 18"; bright cup-shaped
flowers on red tinged foliage; tolerates shade.
t. ‘Crown of Gold.’ Yellow-edged green leaves are
topped by clear yellow flowers. Great for cut flowers and are attractive to
hummingbirds. Deer resistant. Height 8-10”.
‘Twilight.’ An excellent form of Showy Primrose
that distinguishes itself by its striking rich purple, bronze leaf
coloring. The deep coloring makes a strong contrast to the large pink
flowers which appear throughout the summer. Excellent for borders,
containers or as a patio plant. It is particularly stunning when planted
with plants with yellow flowers or foliage.
Large, brilliant golden flowers open from bring orange buds. Intense green,
hairy foliage turns red in fall. Bloom ALL SUMMER!! Height 16”, spread
OPHIOPOGON, Mondo Grass. Best in part shade.
‘Ebony Knight’.’ A grass like perennial with
dense, purplish black foliage. Evergreen. Black berries are produced
amoung the foliage. Slow grower, to 6 inches tall. Spreads. Grow in full
sun to part shade.
p. (nigrescens) ‘Niger,’
Mondo Grass. Distinctive, very purple dark
Oregano. Sun. Needs well drained soil.
rotundifolium ‘Kent’s Beauty.’ Semi-prostrate
branching stems covered with Hop-like pods and lavender florets in summer
and fall. To 14”. Incredible in containers or growing over a boulder.
Chosen as a
Merit’ by the Missouri Botanical Garden for its
‘Amethyst Falls.’ Amethyst flowers flow from
abundant ornamental hops-like cones. Attractive, textured glossy foliage
fills the garden air with its exciting spicy scent. Drought tolerant, 8-12”
plants spread to 2’.
Small round silver-grey leaves. Small purple flowers drip from lime-green
Dunce Caps. Sun.
minutum. Small tight rosette of tiny purple gray
leaves. Unusual and interesting flowers look like a pointy hat.
spinosa: One of the finest. Like a miniature
Sempervivum, and appears to have a white leaf margin. Stunning in the
trough or rock garden.
Hardy Sun Daisy. Sun/part shade; needs well
b.c. ‘Lavender Mist.’ Large 3” lavender purple
daisy-like flowers from early spring until fall. Chosen as a
Select’ for its outstanding qualities.
Little Pickles. Sun; excellent rock garden plant.
3-4”; blue-green cylindrical leaves with stems of bright yellow daisies; a
succulent selection for the sunny garden from the Drakenberg Mountains of
Perennial Shamrocks. Ahade to part shade.
crassipes (O. articulata) ‘Alba’, ‘Garden Hardy White.’
Pure white long blooming 4-6” stoutly branched plant with trifoliate green
c. ‘Blush.’ Same fantastic long bloomer as ‘Alba’
and ‘Rosea’ except for the pretty delicate pink flowers. Trifoliate green
c. ‘Rosea’, Garden Hardy Pink,’ Strawberry Oxalis.
4-6”; showy rose-pink flowers on hardy plants.