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Perennial Plants

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

 

Save 20% with the purchase of any 3 perennial plants!

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    Floriferous garden lily in deep red, almost black color.

    $15.79
    Bulbs
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    Early flowering and re-blooming throughout the season.

    $13.99
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    Long-running, fanciful flurry of red-pink flowers, star-shaped clusters complemented by dark green-red leaves.

    $13.99
    Bare Roots
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    Florid blaze of long, multicolor reblooming spikes creates high impact in the landscape.

    $19.99
    Bulbs
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    Abracadabra we give you ‘White Wands’.

    $13.99
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    The perfect plant to give vertical elements to a small space garden.

    $13.99
    Bare Roots
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    Groundcover rose with a popcorn-like color.

    $19.99
    Bare Roots
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    ‘Peach Drift’ Rose is perfect for putting a "wow" in any border, small space or container.

    $19.99
    Bare Roots
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    Very good fragrance and long vase life.

    $10.49
    Bulbs
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    Clusters of greenish-white blooms open at night, filling the air with perfume.

    $13.69
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    Blanketed with hundreds of eye-catching, sense-drenching, purple-violet bicolor blooms.

    $14.69
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    Compact Oriental poppy with great garden performance.

    $13.99
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    Stunning Gayfeather with tall spikes of pinkish-purple flowers.

    $15.79
    Bare Roots
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    Vibrant red flowers from June through early August.

    $26.99
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    Large blue flowers can be used as cuts.

    $26.99
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