What’s in Season?

Summer’s here and flowers can help brighten your day. Just because spring is over doesn’t mean an end to pops of color in the garden.

See below to browse what is blooming in this current season.

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Day Lily


The Daylily is an amazingly low-maintenance perennial. It’s virtually disease-free, pest-free, and drought-resistant; it’s also not picky about soil quality. Plus, the flower has a long bloom period!

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Gaillardias are considered as beautiful blanket flowers. Plants form a low mound of light-green leaves, bearing upright stems of large daisy-type flowers.Butterflies and bees will also be happy.



Echinacea (or Coneflower) are one of the most popular perennials. They love full sun and lots of heat, making a great addition to your summer garden. This flower will enhance the beauty of your garden.

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Once you start exploring hostas, you’ll find they get really addictive! It can grow from 4-inch miniature to 6-foot-wide hostas, there’s a hosta variety to fit any situation from large borders to tiny rock gardens.



If there is one perennial that is most commonly associated with summer and early fall it has to be Rudbeckia. Also known as Black Eyed Susan, Rudbeckia are among the best perennials available for a fall garden.



Wow everyone with your summer garden by adding Irises. Irises bloom best in the sun and should be planted in July, August or September. Trust us you’ll be in awe everytime you step into your garden.

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