VERONICA SPICATA BLUE- bushy clump of crinkled, dark-green leaves, bearing spikes of deep violet-blue
IRIS SIBIRICA CONTRAST IN STYLES- clump-forming perennial with incredibly beautiful flowers in late spring to early summer. Each blossom features rich wine purple standards and falls and lighter blue-purple style.-
HEMEROCALLIS DARING DECEPTION- profuse pale lavender-pink flowers with large, dark purple eyezones contrasting with their green throats, over an extremely long blooming period.
DELPHINIUM NEW MILLENNIUM BLACK EYED ANGELS- produces tall spires of frilly white flowers with black bees. The stems are very strong, holding up well in the landscape.