Perennials

Perennial of the Week: Coneflower

Echinacea, better known as Coneflower, is our new perennial of the week! These beautiful flowers are attractive to the eye as well as birds and butterflies. They feature daisy-styled blooms with raised centers. Coneflowers have just entered their blooming season, which begins in the middle of summer and stretches through the beginning of fall. Several…

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Summer and Fall Blooming Perennials

Annuals have been getting a lot attention at this time of year. A lot of gardeners don’t realize that there are still lots of perennials that can be planted during the summer. The popular tropical Hibiscus and the seemingly always in bloom day lily, are two of the best for sunny spots. Hosta, arguably our…

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Perennial of the Week: ‘Arizona Sun’ Gaillardia

This week’s Perennial of the Week is the Gaillardia, also known as the Blanket Flower! These wildflowers are a member of the daisy family, every bit as beautiful and easy to grow as their close relatives. Toughness defines the Gaillardia, although you’d never guess it by looking at their lovely blooms. You can often find…

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Perennial of the Week: Coreopsis

Coreopsis are our Perennial of the Week! These perennials offer color longer than most other perennials, and are extremely hardy. Their consistent blooms made them a favorite with plant breeders and gardeners alike. All Coreopsis rebloom when they finish their bloom cycle. Once they’re finished, gather the stalks together and cut the stalks in half.…

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Perennial of the Week: Stella D’oro

This week’s perennial of the week is the Stella D’oro Day Lily! This beautiful yellow lily is perfect for novice and professional gardeners alike. It’s golden blooms will brighten your garden, in both sunny and shady spots. Even if you don’t have a green thumb, the Stella D’oro will be an easy perennial for you…

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Perennial of the Week: Dianthus

This week’s perennial of the week is the always popular Dianthus! These red, pink, and white flowers have intricate blooms that are a real show stealers when surrounded by deep green colors. As a bonus, Dianthus will also add the smells of spring to your garden! The beginning of May is generally a good time…

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Perennial of the Year 2017: Asclepias Tuberosa (Butterfly Weed)

Asclepias Tuberosa, also known as Butterfly Bush, has been named the Perennial of the Year by PerennialPlant.org. The Asclepias Tuberosa is one the premier plants in our initiative to save the butterflies. It’s native to the USA, and has golden yellow flower clusters that make it a great addition to any sunny landscape. Here’s an…

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Fall Perennials for Your Garden

Dambly’s Blog: Fall Perennials for Your Garden Looking for a way to bring the flavor of autumn to your flower garden, year after year? Damblys has you covered! Our selection of fall perennials will make your garden pop without the need to repeat the process come spring time. Our Perennials With proper care, our fall…

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You Can Beat the Heat with these Blooms

As the temperatures increase, you may be wondering which flowers will add color to your landscape while still harboring the heat. Here are some annual and perennial blooms that make great choices to bring life to your landscape despite the scorching summer. Annuals Lantana In New Jersey Lantana is grown as an annual. It is…

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Long & Re-blooming Perennials and Shrubs

One of the common questions we receive as garden center representatives is, “what flowers will provide the longest display of blooms?” Although some of the most striking perennials and shrubs produce brilliant color for only a short time, there are some great selections that you can enjoy longer because they re-bloom throughout the season. Perennial…

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