PERENNIAL SERIES: Featuring Joe Pye Weed!

Perennial Month Featuring:
Joe Pye Weed!

Also known as Joe Pye Weed, this eastern U.S. native is covered with tubular fringe-like flowerheadscoming in multiple colors! These plants are grown and planted for their ease of care and their usefulness in mixed borders, wild gardens, and naturalized areas! They’re great perennials to add stature to the back of the border without ever needing to be staked! 


See below for the different varieties that we have in stock so you can get started enjoying their bursting blooms!

Dubium 'Little Joe' (Joe Pye Weed)

This dwarf Joe Pye Weed has beautifully colored flowers that are highly attractive to butterflies! Typically plants of this genus are quite tall but this variety’s small size makes it much more unusable in the small garden! It’s also a wonderful nectar source for pollinators in the late summer. DEER RESISTANT. 

Coelestinum (Blue Mistflower)
Resembling a lovely blue-purple fog when found in dense stands, the disk flowers of this perennial form in clusters in the later summer and autumn. Its opposing, large-toothed leaves are oval to triangle and its habit of spreading has made it agreat ground cover. 

'Phantom' (Joe Pye Weed)
Dome-shaped heads of small lavender flowers cover this upright, clump forming perennial in mid summer to early fall. Vanilla scented flowers attract butterflies and they provide spectacular flowering and vertical interest when massed at the back of the perennial border! Also a great addition to meadows, native plant gardens, and naturalized areas. DEER RESISTANT.

Maculatium 'Baby Joe' (Joe Pye Weed)
A miniature Joe Pye Weed! Perfect for smaller gardens, this perennial displays dark red-purple stems topped with large domed mauve flowers in the late summer and fall. Provides spectacular late summer color and vertical interest to borders! DEER RESISTANT.

new choice of Joe Pye Weedflowering from July to September butbuds are ornamental even before then! Robust plants carry wine red coloration in the stems and flower clusters that are deep pink. DEER RESISTANT. 

Rugosum 'Chocolate' (Snakeroot)
Chocolate leaves and shiny, deep purple stems make a wonderful contrast to explosions of white flowers! It’s the perfect accent to the bright violets and blues of perennial garden. With all the color how could butterflies not be interested!? DEER RESISTANT. 

'Lucky Melody'
This naturally dwarf variety bears clusters of airy, pure white flowersinstead of the typical purple and pink. Compact plants have an upright growth habit with stems that are perfect for cutting! A DEER RESISTANT selection for the back of the perennial border.


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