Meet your next
long-term flower friends…

Since perennials are considered hardy, many may be directly sown into the garden rather than starting indoors. Keep in mind that when direct-sown, the plant will bloom in either the spring or summer of the second year, continuing to bloom thereafter, year after year. Weather conditions and other stresses such as drought affect how long, how productive, or when a plant will grow.

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Visit our large on-site nursery and talk to the experts at Carefree Lawn Center to discuss what nursery solution is the right fit for your lawn and garden project this season.

White
Chiffon

FULL SUN
• Spacing 6′ – 7′

Perennial WhiteChiffon 2

Brandywine
Viburnum

FULL SUN / PART SHADE
• Spacing 6′ – 7′
Brandywine Flowers

Midnight
Wine Weigela

FULL SUN
• Spacing 10″ – 12″

Perennial midnightwine 2

Limelight Hydrangeas

FULL SUN / PART SHADE
• Spacing 6′ – 8′
Limelight Hydrangea Shrub

A plethora of options…

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Asters

astilbe

Astible

Columbine Aquilegia

Blanket Flower

bleeding heart

Bleeding Hearts

Catmin Cats Meow

Catmint

clematis

Clematis

Columbine Aquilegia

Columbine

Coneflower

Coneflower Echinacea

coralbell

Corabell

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Coreopsis

daisy

Daisy

daylily

Daylily

dianthis

Dianthis

fern

Fern

floxglove

Foxgloves
Geranium
Hellebore
Hibiscus Summerific
Hosta
Indigo (Baptisia)
Lavender
Peony
Sage/Salvia
Stonecrop


Grower and Seasonal Availability

Please call for specifics at 734-675-4745.