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Plant These Perennials Mid to Late Winter for Spring and Summer Colors
When you plant these perennials in mid to late winter, they will bloom early spring into summer. Our perennial plants are grown in containers and have developed strong root systems. When you plant them, they will continue growing with blooms soon to follow.
These evergreen perennials adore part to full shaded areas in your garden. They put on new foliage growth over winter with blooms appearing in the February to March time frame (depending on location). These one gallon container growing plants begin shipping in January with new season evergreen foliage.
Dianthus are beautiful even when they're not in bloom. Their evergreen green to blue-green tufted foliage is perfect for edging pathways and dividing garden settings. Bloom time depends on the particular variety, but most bloom from late May/early June to September/early October. We grow dianthus in one gallon and 3.5 inch pots so they have hardy roots when you plant them.
Blooming from mid spring into early summer and some varieties even longer, irises are a spring staple in many gardens. Monet loved irises and spread them throughout his gardens in Giverny, France. While his gardens are amazing, the irises are focal points everywhere. The iris varieties that we grow at Greenwood Nursery vary in height, bloom color and foliage color (we offer variegated iris) so you will find iris plants perfect as focal points for your garden and landscape settings.
Place your order for these perennial beauties now for January and February shipping.