Easy To Grow Perennials

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  1. Sporobolus heterolepis Prairie Dropseed Photo Courtesy of Walter's Gardens Inc.

    Prairie Dropseed Grass (Sporobolus heterolepis) is considered to be one of our most ornamental native species. It has graceful, fine-textured foliage with see-through fall seed heads...

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    Prairie Dropseed Grass Prairie Dropseed Grass Sporobolus heterolepis
    As low as $11.99 Sale $10.79
    Per Plant - 3.25" Pot
    Prairie Dropseed Grass (Sporobolus heterolepis) is considered to be one of our most ornamental native species. It has graceful, fine-textured foliage with see-through fall seed heads. An excellent performer in a wide range of conditions and soil types.
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  2. Phlomis cashmeriana photo courtesy of Plant Select

    Kashmir Sage is an amazingly beautiful plant with showy spires of bright lavender-pink flowers. The huge leaves and stately flower spikes give the perennial great architectural value...

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    Kashmir False Sage (Phlomis) Kashmir False Sage Phlomis cashmeriana
    Regular Price $10.99 Sale $9.89
    Per Plant - 5" Deep Pot
    You save: 10%
    Kashmir Sage is an amazingly beautiful plant with showy spires of bright lavender-pink flowers. The huge leaves and stately flower spikes give the perennial great architectural value in the waterwise landscape. A 2004 Plant Select winner. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric).
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Easy To Grow Perennials

These easy-to-grow perennial plants are well-suited for nearly every garden. Whether you’re a beginning gardener or someone who simply wants low-maintenance plants that don’t require special care, these naturally resilient plants are an excellent choice. These plants will grow quickly in a wide range of climates and soil types across the country. They have excellent cold hardiness and do well when transplanted either in spring or fall.

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