Perennials

Gaillardia

Native to central and western U.S. A hybrid between G.aristata and G.pulchella. Leaves are gray-green, alternate, coarsely toothed, 4" to 6" long, 1 1/2" to 3" wide. Blooms are solitary, yellow... Read more

Gaura

Native to Texas and Louisiana. A herbaceous perennial with an airy growth habit. Pink buds opening up to white flowers are carried on a loose and open panicle above a basal rosette. Leaves... Read more

Gazania Clumping 'Daybreak'

A semi-evergreen perennial that forms a clumping mound. Leaves are dark green above, gray and woolly underneath, lanceolete. Flowers are daisy-like, in colors of orange, yellow,  pink,  bronze, white, 3"... Read more

Gazania Trailing

Grows as tall as clumping Gazania, but has a rapidly spreading growth habit. Leaves are gray-green, lanceolate, 1 1/4" long, 1/2" wide. Flowers are bright yellow, daisy-like, 3" to 4" wide. Evergreen... Read more

Germander

Native to the Mediterranean. A shrubby perennial with upright, woody-based stems. Leaves are dark green, ovate, toothed, 3/4" long, 1/4" wide. Flowers are purple-red, in whorls on loose spikes, 1/2"... Read more

Globe Thistle

A summer flowering perennial with globelike, spiky flower heads. Leaves are gray-green, alternate, ovate, coarse, prickly, 6" to 8" long, 2" wide. Blooms are globe-shaped, powdery to dark blue. Blooms mid-summer into... Read more

Gopher Plant

Native of Europe, northwest Africa, and Mediterranean region. A clumping evergreen perennial with long arching stems. Leaves are gray, oblong to oval, pointed, 1 1/4" to 3" long. Blooms are... Read more

Hens and Chicks

Native to Europe. Tightly packed rosettes of evergreen leaves. Spreads by offsets around a parent rosette. Leaves are alternate, thick and fleshy, which rise from the rosettes in coarse cymes.... Read more

Hibiscus 'Perennial'

Native to the eastern U.S. 'Disco Belle' has the largest blooms of all the Hibiscus, with blooms reaching 1' across from late spring into autumn. Leaves are elliptical, toothed, dark green... Read more

Iris

A perennial that grows from rhizomes. The most commonly grown Irises have beards consisting of many often colored hairs along the center of each fall. Most Irises have three 'falls'. All are... Read more

Lamb's Ear

Native to Iran. Mats of velvety, ovate, white-gray, woolly leaves. Leaves are 3" to 5" long, 1 1/2" to 2 1/2" wide. Bloom stalks have purplish blooms in whorls, 4" to 6" high. Read more

Lavender 'Grosso'

A French lavender thats a hybrid between L. angustifolia and L. latifolia. Larger than English lavender and the most cold hardy of all the French lavender. A heavy bloomer that's apparently the... Read more

Lavender 'Hidcote'

Native to the Mediterranean. An English lavender with a very uniform compact habit. Leaves are silver-gray to medium green, opposite, linear to laceolate, 2" long. Blooms are deep blue, on spikes 4"... Read more

Lavender 'Munstead'

A dwarf compact lavender with medium green foliage. Leaves are green, opposite, linear to lanceolate, 1 1/2" to 2" long. Blooms are bright lavender on spikes 4" to 6" high.... Read more

Liatris

Native to North America. A herbaceous perennial that sends up tall stems, at the end of which is an inflorescence of 15 - 45 oblong purple blooms. One of the... Read more

Lily of the Nile

Native of South Africa. Clump forming perennial with long stalks of blue flowers. Leaves are broad, dark green, linear. Flowers are bell to tubular shaped. May be propagated by division.... Read more

Lily Turf

Native of Asia. A tuft-forming semi-evergreen perennial with grass-like leaves and spikes with clusters of purple blooms, followed by black fruits. Good for borders or as a casual groundcover. Can take... Read more

Mexican Evening Primrose

Native to southwestern U.S. and Mexico. A spreading, invasive perennial that has very showy blooms spring through autumn. Leaves are green, oblong to lanceolate, 1" to 1 3/4" long, 1/4"... Read more

Ozark Sundrops

Native to south-central U.S. Leaves are green, alternate, lanceolate, 1" to 4" long. Stems are stout, often woody at the base. Flowers are solitary, four-petaled, yellow, (sometimes spotted red), funnel-shaped, 5" long.... Read more

Paper Flower

Native to the southwest U.S. and northern Mexico. A very drought tolerant perennial with masses of small yellow blooms spring through autumn. Leaves are gray-green, linear, hairy, 1/2" to 3/4" long. Blooms... Read more

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