Seeds for Rock Garden Plants
TRN034 Annabella White ( Anemone multifida )
This native North American wildflower is useful towards the front of a border, in the rock garden or in naturalized meadows. This selection forms a low mound or tuft of ferny green leaves, with a late spring display of small white flowers, followed by fluffy seedheads.
Clumps seldom need dividing or any special attention. To increase, dig clumps and divide in fall or early spring if desired.
Remove dead tops in late fall or early spring before new growth begins, hardy for zones 3-9.
IP028 Carpathian Blue ( Campanula carpatica )
A tidy bun of blue flowers summer to fall. Large, double flowers bloom in a profusion blue colors on compact plants. Suitable for the front of the border, for edging and rock gardens. Prefers cool, moist, fertile soil with good organic content. Good for Cut Flowers. Good for zones 4-8.
TRN035 Cuckoo Flower ( Cardamine pratensis )
The name comes from the timing of the flowers, which coincides with the first calls of the Cuckoo bird in spring.
This unique wildflower can be found in moist or wet habitats, including meadows, damp grasslands, roadsides, ditches and river banks, so many are suprised that it also makes a very good rock garden plant.
The plant produces showy clusters of lilac-pink, purple or white flowers top the upright stems.
The flower is an important larval host plant and nectar source for the Orange-Tip and Green-Veined White butterflies, It makes a valuable addition to any garden which aims at attracting wildlife. Hardy to zone 4.
TRN036 Draba aizoides
Perennial. Compact foliage rosette with numerous small racemes
of sulfur yellow blooms, fine in rockery, grows 8 inches tall,
hardy to zone 4.
TRN037 Rocky ( Erigeron compositus )
These low growing flowering plants grow only 6 inches tall and have small daisy-like flowers that are white with yellow centers. If seeds are planted when temperatures are warm, plants will bloom in only three months after sowing.
Plant in rock gardens and edging along a perennial bed. Plant in full sun and in sandy type soils or plant in a rock wall. Blooms in late spring into mid summer.
Commonly referred to as Cutleaf Daisy. Has ferny foliage and a taproot allowing it to tolerate dry conditions. A perennial hardy to zone 4.
NB60 Helianthemum Nummularia ( Mutabile
Perennial. Splendid mixture for rockeries, evergreen, buttercup
flowers in pastels and whites, grows about 6 inches tall, hardy
to zone 4.
RHC326 Linum Flavum Compactum
Perennial. Compact with large yellow flowers, ideal rock garden
plant, grows 8 inches tall, hard to zone 4.
NB62 Soapwort ( Saponaria Ocymoides )
Perennial. Rose flowers, trailer, for rockery or wall, long
lived, drought tolerant, summer bloomer, grows 6 inches tall,
hard to zone 2.
TRN058 Wooly Speedwell ( Veronica incana )
Perennial. Ageratum blue flowers over wooly gray-white foliage,
great for rockery, grows 12 inches tall, hardy to zone 4.
D9605 True Irish Shamrock ( Trifolium repens
No type of Irish celebration would be completes with out a few
of the familiar shamrocks around. Can be started inside anytime
of the year. Also makes a wonderful filler plant for nooks in
HR119 Lemon Catmint ( Nepeta mussini )
A bushy perennial plant used for rock garden. Lovely blue
flowers. Likes hot, dry weather. Used medicinally.
HR154 Lavender Lady ( Lavandula angustifolia )
Perennial. Plants flower in first season. Use for bedding
plants, borders in containers or in rock gardens. Delightful
HR234 Creeping Thyme, Mother of Thyme ( Thymus
Perennial plant. Used in teas, salads, rice and fish dishes.
Trailing, thick flat spreading plants. Good for rockgardens,
has small pink flowers.
IM116 Rockcress Grandiflora Mix ( Aubrieta )
Perennial. Grows only 6" tall, but bears beautiful, large
flowers in shades of blue, purple, rose, pink and lavender.
Excellent rock garden or fill in plant. Hardy to zone 4.
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RHC323 Erinus alpinum
Perennial. Violet red for rock gardens, grows 6 inches tall, hardy to zone 5.
RHC327 Snow Flurry ( Lychnis alpina )
Perennial. Pure white flowers, compact alpine plant for
rockery, grows 6 inches tall, hardy to zone 4.
RHC330 Sedum Aizoon
Perennial. Erect plant with flat topped yellow clusters, ideal
for large rockgarden, grows 15 inches tall, hardy to zone
RHC334 Ursinia anethoides
Free flowering orange daisies on fernlike foliage, for bed or
rock garden, grows about 16 inches tall.