One of our favorite parts of being nursery owners is deciding
what to grow each year. You will not find Point Phillip Perennials
selling the same plants that every nursery in a 50 mile radius is
selling. We do not follow fads or jump on the band wagon for every
new perennial coming on the market. What we do is make our
selections based on experience and knowledge of the plants that we sell.
The following is a selection of plants that we are excited about and
selling because we can't wait to plant them in our gardens! The
plants mentioned below are just a few of the perennials and shrubs that
we are offering for the first time this year.. The pleasure of perennial
gardening is obtained by a combination of welcoming the yearly return of
old plant friends and the anticipation of a new introduction to the
Kay's Perennial Flower
The tall, late season blooming monkshoods are
spectacular in the garden. This year I want to try
Aconitum 'Blue Lagoon', one of the shorter ones.
Amsonia (Blue Star Willows) are a wonderful group
of native perennials that are foolproof.
Amsonia illustris is
one that we have not grown before.
The striking foliage of Brunnera is a wonderful
garden accent. We have been growing 2 silver leaf
varieties for years - 'Jack Frost' and 'Looking Glass This
year we have added 2 new silver leaf selections -
'Silver Heart' and.
The oak leaf hydrangeas have the wonderful
attribute of wonderful fall color.
Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby
Slippers' displays the beautiful fall color and the white
flowers turn a n attractive burgundy also.
Lindera benzoin is one of the natives that we
found on our property forty years ago and still abounds along
the wood sedge. It is a butterfly plant.
The ninebarks are another interesting group of
native plants that provide interesting flowers and foliage.
Physocarpus opulifolia 'Gold Nugget' displays the beautiful