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Announcing the POY for 2013! Each year, members of the Perennial Plant Association from all across North America vote on their choice for Perennial Plant of the Year. We are pleased to announce the 2013 choice, Polygonatum odoratum ‘Variegatum’ (Japanese Solomon’s Seal). Read more about this wonderful shade-loving and exotic-looking plant in our database. [...]
Surely spring is the busiest season of the year for the avid perennial gardener. Fortunately, most of us have been cooped up indoors all winter and are anxious to get outside anyhow, and the cool but pleasant spring weather beckons to our gardening spirit! Is it time yet? The dead tops of perennials that have [...]
We hope you received John Valleau’s latest newsletter ‘Out of the Blue’ in your mailbox last night! John’s latest ‘PLANT RANT’ entitled “The Disposable Plant” is a must read. Also he announces the winners of the Photo Contest and features their images too. It’s your lucky day because if you forgot to register for your [...]
“Award winning car company chooses Heritage Perennials! Toyota, a manufacturer highly awarded for product quality, recently chose Heritage Perennials to demonstrate the utility of their Venza model. You can imagine how pleased we were to see our blue pots in a TV commercial currently in wide play. It’s always nice to see others recognize the [...]
When only the very best will do! We are so excited about these amazing plants. They are herbaceous, so they die back to the ground every year, their foliage looks similar to a tree peony but the flowers, oh the flowers. They are similar to those of tree peonies with ENORMOUS single, semi-double and double [...]
Like superheroes, Mighty ‘Mato grafted tomatoes are stronger, faster, more able to fend off foes than regular tomato plants – and their harvests are bigger! Mighty ‘Mato goes above and beyond the call of duty, defending against pests, diseases, temperature extremes, and poor soils while producing long, abundant harvests of tasty fruit! Grafting joins [...]
Hellebore – Move over Hosta … Don’t say we didn’t warn you – pay close attention to this group! There is an explosion in availability and interest for all things Hellebore now and there will be for years to come. Remember when Hosta suddenly had so many wonderful and amazing varieties you were greeted by [...]