Rudbeckia 'American Gold Rush'

Finally, a Black Eyed Susan that's resistant to the Septoria leaf spot! Thanks to the thinner and hairier leaves, this hybrid Rudbeckia shows no signs of the fungus even in wet, humid conditions. A dome-like habit of golden yellow flowers with black centers are produced heavily from July to September with some color until frost. Destined to be the new staple for landscapes!


Paeonia 'Raspberry Sundae'

This bomb type peony has a sweet fragrance as delicious as it looks.  Huge, full blossoms up to 6 inches across are pale pink with a fluffy vanilla to blush pink center flushed with deeper pink on top.


Peonies are classic garden plants that add a bit of nostalgia and charm to the garden. Their fragrant blooms and lush foliage have made them popular for years, and with the recent resurgence in breeding, they will continue to improve. Peonies are simple to grow and can be utilized in many ways, including mass plantings, specimens, or hedges. By choosing a mixture of early, midseason, and late blooming varieties, you can have blooms for up to 6 weeks.


Walk through our gardens and enjoy the many perennials and shrubs in their full glory

Add these to your garden this year!

Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella'  

A virtually hassle-free perennial, offering three months of vanilla scented, rose pink flowers in large, compact clusters from midsummer to early fall. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.

Baptisia 'Pink Truffles'  

A novel new color in Baptisia! Clear soft pink blossoms with a pale yellow keel are produced in late spring, the perfect compliment to peonies, bleeding hearts, and other spring bloomers.  Its  compact, shorter habit makes it easy to fit into any garden.

Baptisia is easy to grow and will thrive with little maintenance. There are many potential applications in the landscape including meadow plantings, as a backdrop in borders, or as a specimen. Plants are very long-lived once established.

Hosta 'Dancing Queen'

We are thrilled to be able to offer this exceptionally unique large, yellow hosta from Kent Terpening.  Unlike other yellow hostas which emerge or turn chartreuse, ‘Dancing Queen’ emerges bright yellow and remains yellow all season long.  The large leaves have a prominent pie crust edge, adding even more pizzazz to this colorful hosta.

In mid to late summer, the foliage lightens to soft yellow and the clump is topped with pale lavender flowers.  This one is a must-have!

Hosta of the Year 2019

Hosta 'Lakeside Paisley Print’  

One of the very best hostas to come from Mary Chastain!  This stunning hosta produces heart-shaped leaves with very wide, wavy, green margins.  The narrow, creamy white markings in the center of the leaves shoot out from the cream colored petioles in a feathery pattern.

Its thick substanced leaves make the perfect background for the cream scapes that carry the light lavender flowers in midsummer.

Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage.

The number of different types of perennials available has increased more than any other type of plants in the last forty years.  Our offerings of perennials for sun and shade have grown to over 150 varieties, with new perennials available each year.


Stachys monieri ‘Hummelo’

(Alpine Betony)

A cousin to the familiar Lamb’s-Ears, but not at all similar, Stachys ‘Hummelo’ is a clump-forming perennial, forming a low mound of crispy green foliage. In early summer the upright spikes of bright purple flowers appear, which attract bees to the nectar. Removing faded flowers will encourage more buds to form for weeks on end. An interesting and unusual perennial for near the front of the border, or in containers, ‘Hummelo’ plants may be clipped back hard immediately after blooming to tidy up the clumps for the rest of the season. Easily divided in early spring, it is considered by some authorities to be correctly Stachys officinalis ‘Hummelo'. Grow in full or partial sun.

Stachys monieri

 joins the following past winners of
Perennial Plants of the Year:

2018 Allium millenium     

2017 Ascepias tuberosa     Butterfly Weed

2016 Anemone x hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’

2015 Geranium X cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’

2014 Northwind Switchgrass

2013 Variegated Solomon’s Seal

2012 Brunnera 'Jack Frost'

2011 Amsonia hubrichtii (Arkansas Blue Star

2010 False Blue Indigo (Baptisa australis)

2009 Hakonechloa 'Aureola'

2008 Geranium 'Rozanne'

2007 Nepeta 'Walker's Low'

2006 Dianthus 'Firewitch'

2005 Lenten rose (Helleborus)

2004 Japanese painted fern

2003 'Becky' Shasta daisy (Leucanthemum)

1999 'Goldsturm' Rudbeckia (Black-eyed


1998 Echinacea 'Magnus' (coneflower)

We stock all of these award winners and many more reliable, interesting, and colorful perennials

Each year the Perennial Plant Association chooses a plant of the year.
This year's choice is

Plants that come back year after year


To view a list of all the perennials Plantscape has to offer in 2019


Please call for current availability

Some  plants may not always be in stock