Rohsler’s Perennials: Nurtured with Care
Our distinctive collections of perennials provide you with dynamic and diverse options that were groomed for success. Horticulturist Eric Rohsler and his team treat each plant with meticulous care, and take particular pride in offering the Rohsler’s Grown line.
Infuse your landscape with seasonal interest and texture, and ensure successive blooms with a fine selection of our best perennials.
These long-lived plants flower year after year, and choices extend well beyond Shasta Daisies and Coreopsis. Ornamental grasses, ferns, Anise Hyssop, and Bergamot are also perennials.
Bulbs are the icing on the cake, adding yet another layer of interest to the perennial garden. Tulips, Daffodils, Snowdrops, and Woodland Hyacinths all grow well in our area, and are the first indicators that Mother Nature has flipped the switch to usher in springtime.
Some perennials love shade, while others prefer full sun. Drought-tolerant varieties like Stonecrop, Sedum, and selected grasses, will be perfect for your xeriscape.
Spring-blooming perennials include Bleeding Heart, Columbine, Virginia Bluebells, Peonies, Candytuft, and the rock garden variety of Iris.
Roses steal the show in summer, and autumn brings out the best in Japanese Anemones, Echinacea, ornamental grasses, Joe-Pye Weed, Rudbeckia, and Sedum (try “Autumn Joy”).
When most of the garden is experiencing down-time, Hellebores will bloom like wild – even if there is snow on the ground.
Perennials add to your home’s curb appeal, and create a desirable habitat for native animals, pollinators — and you!