Perennial Nursery Montgomery, Grimes, Walker

Visit our many locations with a large selection of perennial nursery

Perennial Nursery Montgomery, Grimes, Walker Visit our many locations with a large selection of perennial nurseryPerennials, especially small flowering plants, that grow and bloom over the spring and summer, die back every autumn and winter, and then return in the spring from their root-stock, are known as herbaceous perennials.

However, depending on the rigors of local climate, a plant that is a perennial in its native habitat, or in a milder garden, may be treated by a gardener as an annual and planted out every year, from seed, from cuttings or from divisions.

Tomato vines, for example, live several years in their natural tropical/subtropical habitat but are grown as annuals in temperate regions because they don’t survive the winter.

Achillea – yarrow
Hemerocallis – daylilies
Acorus – sweet flag grass
Heuchera – coral bells
Actaea – baneberry, doll’s eyes
Heucherella – foamy bells
Adiantum – maidenhair fern
Hibiscus – hardy hibiscus
Agastache – anise hyssop
Alchemilla – lady’s mantle
Humulus – hops
Allium – curly allium, german garlic
Hydrangea arborescens
Amsonia – blue star
Anemone – Japanese anemone
Aquilegia – columbine
Lamiastrum – yellow archangel
Aruncus – goat’s beard
Liatris – gayfeather
Asarum – wild ginger
Ligularia – ragwort
Asclepias – butterfly weed
Lilium – lily bulbs
Asplenium – Hart’s-tongue fern
Liriope – lilyturf
Matteuccia – ostrich fern
Monarda – bee balm
Athyrium – lady, painted fern
Nepeta – catmint, catnip
Baptisia – false indigo
Oenothera – Missouri primrose
Belamcanda – blackberry lily
Origanum – ornamental oregano
Paeonia – garden peony
Campanula – bellflower
Papaver – Oriental poppy
Caryopteris – bluebeard
Pardancanda – candy lily
Centaurea – bachelor’s button
Penstemon – beardtongue
Ceratostigma – plumbago
Perovskia – Russian sage
Chelone – turtlehead
Cimicifuga – black snakeroot, bugbane
Pinellia – green dragon
Clematis – herbaceous/shrub
Platycodon – balloon flower
Convallaria – lily of the valley
Podophyllum – mayapple
Coreopsis – tickseed
Polemonium – Jacob’s ladder
Polygonatum – Solomon’s seal
Crocosmia – montbretia
Polystichum – Christmas, shield fern
Cyrtomium – holly fern
Pulmonaria – lungwort
Dendranthema – hardy garden mum
Pulsatilla – pasque flower
Dicentra – bleeding heart
Rudbeckia – black-eyed susan
Diplazium – glade fern
Salvia – sage
Dryopteris – male, wood fern
Sedum – stonecrop
Echinacea – coneflowers
Sisyrinchium – blue-eyed grass
Epimedium – barrenwort
Stachys – betony
Eupatorium – Joe-pye weed
Tanacetum – painted daisy
Euphorbia – cushion spurge
Thelypteris – beech fern
Geranium – cranesbill, hardy geranium
Tiarella – foamflower
Gypsophila – baby’s breath
Tradescantia – spiderwort
Helianthus – perennial sunflower
Tricyrtis – toad lily
Heliopsis – false sunflower
Trollius – globeflower
Helleborus – hellebore
Veronica – speedwell
  Yucca – Adam’s needle