VERONICA SPICATA BLUE- bushy clump of crinkled, dark-green leaves, bearing spikes of deep violet-blue
HEMEROCALLIS starts blooming early midseason and then repeats its bloom all the way into early fall. The 4.5 inch flowers are red with yellow eye and matching narrow picotee edge.
DELPHINIUM – true sky blue flowers with a touch of lavender pink are presented on very strong stems in early summer. Removing spent flower spikes will result in another round of blooms on secondary spikes in late summer and fall
ACHILLEA SASSY SUMMER TAFFY- Dark salmon pink flowers are produced on a dense, upright habit. As the flowers age, the color lightens to peachy pink
ASTILBE mix- species characterized by an early bloom time and glossy green leaves often tinged with a variety of color some pink, white, or red Flowers are produced in dense, pyramidal clusters.