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For 2022, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. We’ve addressed the growing needs for water conservation and environmentally-friendly gardening practices by developing an incredible selection of waterwise and native plants. High Country Gardens is renowned for our unique plant introductions, especially cold-hardy, waterwise plants that come from rugged landscapes, high elevations, and harsh climates. Selected for their beauty and improved garden performance, our waterwise plants will take your garden from ordinary to outstanding with unique flower colors, durability, and exceptional value to pollinators.

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Morning Star White Armeria

New For 2022

For 2022, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. We’ve addressed the growing needs for water conservation and environmentally-friendly gardening practices by developing an incredible selection of waterwise and native plants. High Country Gardens is renowned for our unique plant introductions, especially cold-hardy, waterwise plants that come from rugged landscapes, high elevations, and harsh climates. Selected for their beauty and improved garden performance, our waterwise plants will take your garden from ordinary to outstanding with unique flower colors, durability, and exceptional value to pollinators.

To choose the best plants for your garden, use our filters at left.

To choose the best plants for your garden, use our filters below.

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  1. Utah Century Plant, Agave utahensis growing in garden

    One of the most cold-tolerant Agaves, Utah Century Plant (Agave utahensis) forms an attractive rosette of rosette of blue succulent evergreen leaves that fade to olive green at the t...

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    Utah Century Plant (Agave) Utah Century Plant Agave utahensis
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    One of the most cold-tolerant Agaves, Utah Century Plant (Agave utahensis) forms an attractive rosette of rosette of blue succulent evergreen leaves that fade to olive green at the tips, with small teeth lining the margins. Once mature, this Agave will produce yellow flowers on towering flower spikes 6-12 feet tall. Thanks to its compact size, this is a great choice for rock gardens and outdoor containers.
  2. Purple Form Creeping Sedum, Sedum hispanicum var. minus Purple Form

    Purple Form Creeping Sedum (Sedum hispanicum var. minus), also called Little Blue Spanish Stonecrop, is a small-growing groundcover enjoyed for its attractive evergreen foliage that ...

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    Purple Form Creeping Sedum Little Blue Spanish Stonecrop Sedum hispanicum var. minus Purple Form
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    Purple Form Creeping Sedum (Sedum hispanicum var. minus), also called Little Blue Spanish Stonecrop, is a small-growing groundcover enjoyed for its attractive evergreen foliage that forms tidy, colorful mounds. The tiny succulent leaves assume various colors in the sun, displaying shades of blue, purple, and bronze, especially during the cold winter months. The plant blooms with a profusion of tiny pink flowers in late summer and is xeric once established.
  3. Hoary Vervain, Verbena stricta, close up of purple flowers

    Hoary Vervain (Verbena stricta) is a beautiful native wildflower, with blue-violet flowers blooming from the bottom up on tall flower spikes in mid-summer that attract bees and butte...

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    Hoary Vervain Hoary Vervain Verbena stricta
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    Hoary Vervain (Verbena stricta) is a beautiful native wildflower, with blue-violet flowers blooming from the bottom up on tall flower spikes in mid-summer that attract bees and butterflies. Ovate leaves are covered with whitish hairs, giving the foliage a silvery color and soft texture. Will naturalize and spread easily by reseeding. The seeds are a favorite food for seed-eating songbirds.
  4. Morning Star White Sea Thrift, Armeria maritima 'Morning Star White'

    'Morning Star White' Armeria (Armeria maritima), also called Sea Thrift, is covered with a profusion of white flower clusters that bounce atop stiff stems and are favored by honeybee...

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    Morning Star White Armeria Morning Star White Sea Thrift Armeria maritima 'Morning Star White'
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    'Morning Star White' Armeria (Armeria maritima), also called Sea Thrift, is covered with a profusion of white flower clusters that bounce atop stiff stems and are favored by honeybees. This low-growing perennial forms a tidy mat of grassy evergreen foliage. Don’t let its playful form fool you – Armeria is a highly rugged, low-maintenance native plant well-suited for hot, dry locations and coastal gardens.
  5. Scaly Blazing Star, Liatris squarrosa

    Scaly Blazing Star (Liatris squarrosa) is a tall, summer-blooming native wildflower with pink to light purple flowers held loosely on sturdy flower spikes. One of the earliest Liatri...

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    Scaly Blazing Star Scaly Blazing Star Liatris squarrosa
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    Scaly Blazing Star (Liatris squarrosa) is a tall, summer-blooming native wildflower with pink to light purple flowers held loosely on sturdy flower spikes. One of the earliest Liatris species to bloom, it attracts native bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds to the nectar-rich flowers. A tough, drought-tolerant plant for low-maintenance xeric gardens.
  6. FlowerKisser Delft Blue & White English Lavender, Lavandula angustifolia 'WWGLAV', photo courtesy of David Salman

    Exclusive to High Country Gardens. FlowerKisser™ 'Delft Blue and White' English Lavender is marvelously unusual with buds and flowers that change colors over the growing season. In...

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    FlowerKisser™ Delft Blue & White English Lavender FlowerKisser™ Delft Blue & White English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia 'WWGLAV'
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    Exclusive to High Country Gardens. FlowerKisser™ 'Delft Blue and White' English Lavender is marvelously unusual with buds and flowers that change colors over the growing season. In late spring, the flower buds emerge pure white, followed by light blue flowers. By early to mid-summer the flowers age to lavender blue, a wonderful companion for lavenders with darker flowers. A High Country Gardens introduction.
  7. Spring Carpet Mount Atlas Daisy, Anacyclus depressus 'Spring Carpet'

    'Spring Carpet' Mount Atlas Daisy (Anacyclus depressus) is a wonderful early-spring-blooming groundcover. Blooming with cheerful white daisies, its petals feature striking red unders...

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    Spring Carpet Mount Atlas Daisy (Anacyclus) Spring Carpet Mount Atlas Daisy Anacyclus depressus 'Spring Carpet'
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    'Spring Carpet' Mount Atlas Daisy (Anacyclus depressus) is a wonderful early-spring-blooming groundcover. Blooming with cheerful white daisies, its petals feature striking red undersides, adding a bit of contrast and detail to the perennial garden. Fern-like grey-green foliage creates an attractive mat. Well-suited to alpine and rock gardens, the plants thrive in dry, sunny, poor soil locations, especially along gravel paths.
  8. Prairie Onion, Allium stellatum

    Prairie Onion (Allium stellatum) is an uncommon bulb-forming wildflower native to the Great Plains and Midwest. Showy globes of lavender-pink flowers appear in mid-summer and are hig...

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    Prairie Allium Prairie Onion Allium stellatum
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    Prairie Onion (Allium stellatum) is an uncommon bulb-forming wildflower native to the Great Plains and Midwest. Showy globes of lavender-pink flowers appear in mid-summer and are highly attractive to pollinating insects like native bees, honeybees, and butterflies. Suitable for challenging sites, including dry, sandy, and rocky sites. The plants are uneaten by rabbits and deer, and will naturalize and multiply by reseed in the garden.
  9. Blue Sprite Blue Hair Grass, Koeleria glauca 'Blue Sprite' growing in garden

    Blue Sprite Koeleria (Koeleria glauca) is one of the few low-growing ornamental grasses, making it an attractive option for accents, borders, and mass planting. Dense tufts of blue-g...

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    Blue Sprite Koeleria Blue Sprite Blue Hair Grass Koeleria glauca 'Blue Sprite'
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    Blue Sprite Koeleria (Koeleria glauca) is one of the few low-growing ornamental grasses, making it an attractive option for accents, borders, and mass planting. Dense tufts of blue-green leaves form mounds about one foot high, which sit neatly below flower panicles. Flowers emerge glossy green in spring, then mature to silvery seed heads for summer. A non-spreading species that forms low mounds and can be evergreen in mild climates.
  10. Basin Junior Wildrye, Leymus salinus 'Salane'

    Basin Junior Wildrye (Leymus salinus 'Salane') is a native perennial grass that forms a dense clump of narrow, slivery-green foliage. Subtle pale-yellow seeds emerge above the foliag...

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    Basin Junior Wildrye Basin Junior Wildrye Leymus salinus 'Salane'
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    Basin Junior Wildrye (Leymus salinus 'Salane') is a native perennial grass that forms a dense clump of narrow, slivery-green foliage. Subtle pale-yellow seeds emerge above the foliage on tall, thin spikes and mature to a sandy hue. This drought-tolerant Western native grass and thrives in hot, dry, rocky sites and high elevations.
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