PERENNIAL BORDER PLANTS

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Walters Gardens Variety: Achillea 'Moonshine'

Achillea 'Moonshine'

'Moonshine' is one of the most popular garden plants and combines well with almost everything. It is a terrific foil for many other colors including purple, blue, and pink. Its flat-topped, canary yellow flower clusters and bright silver foliage light up the garden.

Walters Gardens Variety: Geum 'Mai Tai'

Geum 'Mai Tai' PP22433

Geum 'Mai Tai' produces clusters of beautiful flowers you�ll want to view up close. The burgundy purple calyx opens to reveal ruffled, apricot flowers with a rose blush. They lighten to peach as they mature. The semi-double to single flowers measure up to 1� inches across and are perched atop burgundy purple stems.

Walters Gardens Variety: Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

�Honorine Jobert� produces single, 2-3� wide, pure white flowers with a cluster of bright yellow stamens in the center of each blossom.

Walters Gardens Variety: Artemisia 'Silver Mound'

Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'

Aptly named, 'Silver Mound' has soft, feathery foliage and forms a compact, silky, cushion-like mound. It has many applications in the garden including: edging, rock gardens, pots, or a filler plant for hot, dry areas. It has long been one of the most popular silver foliage plants.

Walters Gardens Variety: Papaver 'Prince of Orange'

Papaver orientalis 'Prince of Orange'

Walters Gardens Variety: Tradescantia AMETHYST KISS&#8482

Tradescantia AMETHYST KISS� ('Radtrad' PP24733)

One of the longest blooming Tradescantia�s we�ve seen! This selection produces large clusters of sizeable, periwinkle blue flowers accented with yellow tipped stamens from early summer to fall, still blooming long after others are spent for the season.

Walters Gardens Variety: Echinacea 'Red Knee High'

Echinacea purpurea 'Red Knee High' PP20411

Echinacea 'Red Knee High' delivers awesome color impact in the landscape! Large, rich magenta red flowers are borne in profusion atop knee high plants beginning in midsummer. They add a terrific punch of color to combination containers and are a sight to be seen when planted en masse in the landscape.