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Blue-Eyed Grass

Blue-Eyed Grass is closely related to the common, garden Iris. It gets its name from the long, narrow leaves that resemble grass blades. This perennial is native to California and Oregon, and grows up to 14 inches tall. It has pretty blue flowers that have six petals, and they appear in late spring and early summer. It is ideal for the rock garden or naturalized garden.


Columbine, Oriental

Oriental Columbine is rarely seen in the seed market. It is native to northeast Asia and can be found in open meadows. Plants grow 2-3 feet tall and have medium sized flowers with plum colored petals and strongly hooked spurs. Excellent for the rock garden, beds and borders.



Forget-Me-Not is an annual or biennial, depending on climate. Forget-Me-Nots produce masses of miniature, sky-blue blossoms with white, yellow or pink centers from mid-April to June. Although native to Europe, plants are naturalized in the U.S. in moist, shaded places. Perfect for borders, rock gardens, and dainty bouquets. Myosotis is also a good honey bee plant.


Johnny Jump-Up ‘Helen Mount’

Johnny Jump-Up 'Helen Mount' is a cheerful, tri-colored Viola that is a stand-out in the cool months of the growing season (spring and fall). The dainty blooms appear very early in the season and are fragrant. Plants reseed readily and are very much at home in the rock garden or wild garden. They will re-bloom in fall if cut back in summer.


Corsican Violet

Corsican Violet is a species of Viola that is native to Corsica and Sardinia. Unlike other violets and pansies, Corsican Violet is heat tolerant, and the bright, purple flowers will bloom through summer when watered adequately. Corsican Violets are right at home in border edges and rock gardens, and they look great in containers, too.

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