Perennial Genera

The term perennial means living longer than two years. In practical usage it also infers the term herbaceous perennials. These are plants with little or no woody growth, die back in the fall or winter, and return in spring from their root-stock. This differentiates them from the woody plants (trees and shrubs) that are also technically perennials.

Below is a list of perennial genera. These are plants that we have photographed and researched to help you make better plant buying decisions. This is a partial list of the perennials we carry.  These will be constantly added to and updated. Click on the genus name to get a list of cultivars, then click on the cultivar names to see photos and information. 

Genus                                         Common