Perennials

Perennial Greenhouse

Perennials are a favorite of gardeners because of the ease of planting once and enjoying the beauty of them year after year. Perennials do not offer the same continuous flower bloom as seen on annuals. Canton Road Garden Center offers a very large variety of perennials throughout the growing season from A to Z in our 12,000 square foot Akron greenhouse. Here is just a small representation of the perennials we carry. We suggest you call to confirm availability of your favorite perennial.

Artemisia

Artemisia

Silver Mound, a low growing silver foliage ground cover.
Baptisia

Baptisia

False Indigo, a perennial with huge spikey flowers.
Campanula

Campanula

Bell Flower, blooms June and July with deep blue flowers.
Dicentra

Dicentra

Bleeding Hearts, popular Spring bloomer of pink and white flowers.
Echinacea

Echinacea

Coneflower, long summer bloomer with a variety of flowers.
Fern

Fern

A great shade plant with several different foliage varieties.
Geranium

Geranium

Cranesbill, long summer bloomer in multiple of colors.
Heuchera

Heuchera

Coral Bells, shade plant with various colors in foliage.
Iris

Iris

Several varieties from Japanese Iris to Serbian Iris.
Kniphofia

Kniphofia

Red Hot Poker, very hardy variety with coral red flowers.
Lillium

Lillium

Oriental Lily, large striking fragrant flowers, mid summer blooms.
Monarda

Monarda

Bee Balm, excellent for attracting butterflies and hummingbirds.
Nepeta

Nepeta

Catmint, gray green aromatic foliage with heavy flowers most of the summer.
Oenothera

Oenothera

Evening Primrose, cup-shaped pink flowers with yellow centers.
Perovskia

Perovskia

Russian Sage, aromatic gray leaves blooms in late summer with purple flowers.
Rudbeckia

Rudbeckia

Black Eyed Susan, popular summer bloomer.
Stokesia

Stokesia

Stokes Aster, a very long bloomer of lavender blue flowers.
Tradescantia

Tradescantia

Spiderwort, easy to grow with blue flowers, drought tolerant.
Veronica

Veronica

Speedwell, nice dwarf variety with thick clear pink flower spikes.
Purple Perennials

Tony's Pro Tip: Perennials

Use an organic fertilizer to stimulate new growth in the Spring. Perennials should be cut back at the first frost and prepared for a long winter's rest.