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Grow Burpee's perennial plants to fill your home garden beds and borders year after year.

 

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  • Gaillardia, Arizona Sun, , large

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    All-America Selections winner!

    $4.19 - $13.99
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  • Hellebore, Wedding Party Confetti Cake , , large

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    Double-flowered hellebore superstar produces large numbers of big, showy blossoms in rich hues.

    $19.99
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  • Hakonechloa, Aureola, , large

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    A grass tolerant of shade!

    $13.99
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  • Lobelia, Cardinal Flower, , large

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    Grows anywhere, adored by hummingbirds and butterflies.

    $12.99
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  • Verbascum, Southern Charm Hybrid, , large

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    This elegant cottage garden favorite is perfect for perennial borders and cutting.

    $6.29 - $28.99
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  • Butterfly Bush, Nanho Purple, , large

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    Fragrant, lavender-purple flowers.

    $14.99
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  • Customer favorite
    Lonicera, Major Wheeler, , large

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    Masses of blooms all season long.

    $14.99
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  • Echinacea, Hot Papaya, , large

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    A notable coneflower with hot orange blooms. Just the right tone to add to a sizzling full sun summer garden.

    $16.99
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  • Dianthus, Sweet Black Cherry Hybrid, , large

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    Unleashes a steady show of fragrant, punch-colored blooms from early spring into autumn.

    $6.29 - $19.99
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  • Asclepias incarnata, Ice Ballet, , large

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    Forms gorgeous clouds clustered with small, fragrant, tiny white ¼” flowers. Lovely in a vase.

    $15.99
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  • Customer favorite
    Shasta Daisy, Crazy Daisy, , large

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    Frilly summer perennial, great for cut flowers.

    $13.99
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  • Echinacea, PowWow White, , large

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    Dense branching with white coneflowers.

    $4.19 - $15.99
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    Monarda, Bee's Knees , , large

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    Compact and clean foliage that will thrive in humidity.

    $13.99
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  • Echinacea, PowWow Wild Berry, , large

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    Flurry of rose-purple flowers needs little upkeep.

    $6.29 - $16.99
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  • Monarda, Coral Reef PPAF, , large

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    Butterflies and hummingbirds adore it. Extraordinary as cut flowers.

    $13.99
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  • Lavender, Munstead, , large

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    Classic Fragrance.

    $13.99
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  • Lobelia speciosa, Starship Deep Rose, , large

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    Must-grow perennial dazzles with towering spikes of deep-rose blooms complemented by bronze foliage.

    $6.59 - $14.99
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  • Echinacea, Sombrero Salsa Red, , large

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    Echinacea Salsa Red is free bloomer from mid-summer, for months until fall.

    $15.99
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  • Echinacea, Double Scoop Raspberry, , large

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    Vivid, raspberry rose, double flowers. Very hardy and heat tolerant.

    $15.99
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  • Echinacea, Pink Double Delight, , large

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    Double the flower power in half the height.

    $16.99
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  • Heuchera, Paris PPAF , , large

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    Vibrant 15" flower spikes of rosy red bells.

    $13.99
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  • Hollyhock, Country Romance Mix, , large

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    A hard-to-find old-fashioned perennial.

    $27.99
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  • Echinacea, Double Scoop Bubble Gum, , large

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    Sweet pink bubble gum blooms. Very hardy and heat tolerant.

    $15.99
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  • Hydrangea pan., Zinfin Doll™ , , large

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    Larger than life, gorgeous, pure-white blooms that turn blushing bright pink.

    $19.99 - $27.99
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