Perovskia ‘Lacy Blue’ - A true dwarf cultivar discovered in an English garden and recently introduced to the US. Its smaller size makes it very useful when space is an issue. Blooms from mid-summer through the fall.
Agastache 'Ava' - One of High Country Gardens' very best plant introductions, renowned for its tall spikes of deep rose-pink flowers held by raspberry-red calyxes. This vigorous hybrid Hummingbird Mint blooms for many months beginning in mid-summer. 2005 Plant of the Year.
Agastache ‘Blue Fortune’ - A European hybrid known for its vigor, cold hardiness, and adaptability to grow across much of the US. Highly attractive to bees and butterflies.
Salvia greggii ‘Furman’s Red’ - Furman's Red is one of the most cold-hardy of the native Salvia greggii family. Blooming in late spring and again in the fall, the plant covers itself with bright red flowers that attract the hummingbirds from miles around
Salvia sylvestris 'May Night' - An outstanding perennial with excellent cold hardiness, vigor, and tolerance of heavy clay soils. Blooming in late spring with a profusion of flower spikes, it reblooms later in the summer when deadheaded.
Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead Violet’ - A bee favorite, our chief horticulturist, David Salman, discovered the plant as a chance seedling in a Santa Fe, NM garden, featuring some of the darkest purple flowers you'll find for Lavender.
Delosperma ashtonii ‘Blut’ - With its vigorous growth habit, durable evergreen foliage and summer-long display of deep magenta-red flowers, it is an invaluable groundcover.