Bird Attracting Perennial Collection, Set of 4
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NEW & Exclusive | Perennial Flower Collection Invites Birds to Your Landscape
- Please note: These spring-planted perennials ship by growing zone starting in early April
- These easy-care perennials are specially selected to attract a variety of bird species
- Now's the time to fill gaps in your perennial garden and bring fresh energy to your plantings
- Set of 4 different perennials in a variety of flower shapes and complementary colors
- Shipped bare-root for easy planting and fast, healthy growth
We selected these perennials not only because they're magnets for birds, but also for their outstanding performance in the garden. The plants are shipped bare-root in a dormant state so they're ready to burst with growth soon after planting. With minimal maintenance, these perennials will continue to grow and bloom for many years. The collection includes one each of:
Mister Goodbud sedum (Sedum): Dense clusters of purple-pink flowers on dark stems bloom above succulent, gray-green foliage. This compact variety is a must-have for the fall garden. Drought-tolerant once plant is established. Attracts bees, butterflies and birds. 12-18" H. Full sun to part shade. Zones 4a-9b. Blooms late summer to late fall.
Entrapment daylily (Hemerocallis): Large, blue-purple flowers have ruffled edges and yellow throats. Reblooms throughout the summer. A more compact variety of this easy-care garden favorite. Drought-tolerant once plant is established. Attracts butterflies and birds. 20-26" H. Full sun to part shade. Zones 4a-10b. Blooms mid-summer to early fall.
May Night salvia (Salvia x sylvestris): Compact mounds of gray-green foliage are covered in deep purple-blue flower spikes in late spring. Cutting back the spikes encourages a second bloom in summer. Attracts butterflies and birds. 18-24" H. Full sun. Zones 4a-9b. Blooms late spring to summer.
Blue Wonder nepeta (Nepeta x faassenii): Low mounds of gray-green, aromatic foliage are topped by loose spikes of blue flowers. Cutting back flowers encourages rebloom. More compact than other varieties. Drought-tolerant once plant is established. Also called catmint. Attracts butterflies and birds. 6-12" H. Full sun. Zones 3a-8b. Blooms late spring to early fall.
- Bare-root plants: Mister Goodbud sedum (Sedum), Entrapment daylily (Hemerocallis), May Night salvia (Salvia x sylvestris), Blue Wonder nepeta (Nepeta x faassenii)
- Protect bare-root plants from freezing temperatures
- Made in USA
- Gardener's Supply Exclusive
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Comments about Bird Attracting Perennial Collection, Set of 4:
They are all growing! And pretty fast as well, even when I didn't follow instructions step by step. Can't wait for summer :)
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