SALVIA NEMOROSA MAY NIGHT – top performer in the landscape. Dense spikes of deep violet-purple flowers are produced in early summer to fall
SCABIOSA COLUMBARIA BLUE – wiry stems which hover over the short mound of ferny basal foliage. They make excellent cut flowers and also attract butterflies.
COREOPSIS Salmon orange – unique combination of a dwarf habit and large flowers
LOBELIA SPECIOSA STARSHIP SCARLET-Eye-catching upright spires of long-lasting, butterfly-shaped flowers appear in early summer, continuing into mid-fall in most areas. Loved by birds and butterflies.