The blossoms of ‘Sweet William’ are a gorgeous collage of reds, pinks and whites atop small flower stalks. A vigorous grower and confident spreader ‘Sweet William’ works great as a groundcover, for use in borders or anywhere a carpet of awesomly colored flowers is desired. One of the oldest garden plants, ‘Sweet William’ was cultivated in the 1500’s, brought to the American garden in 1750 and grown by Thomas Jeffereson. In the language of flowers ‘Sweet William’ symbolizes gallantry.
Aurinia saxatilis ‘Summit’ (Basket of Gold)
Aurinia, or Basket of Gold, is a perennial alyssum here in Minnesota. Clusters of of tiny, golden yellow flowers blanket the plant from late spring…Learn More
Astrantia major ‘Star of Fire’ (Masterwort)
Astrantia, or Masterwort, is a wonderful woodland plant preferring cool, moist, shady places rich in organic matter. These plants flower all summer long – from…Learn More
Aster novae-angliae ‘Vibrant Dome’
Vibrant Dome forms neat, compact mounds with masses of vibrant, hot pink flowers. Cut back in late June for a bushier plant with more flowers.…Learn More