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Fragrant Perennials

Sweet-smelling blooms for sitting areas and sensory gardens

There’s nothing like closing your eyes and breathing in the scent of fragrant blossoms wafting through the air. As a gardener, you get to choose not only how your flowers look together, but where and how to use beautiful floral scents in your landscape. Plant fragrant perennials near your deck or patio, outside your bedroom window, or next to a favorite reading spot, and you’ll enjoy perfumed breezes from your garden.

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  1. Primrose Blue Zebra, Primula acaulis Blue Zebra close-up

    Primrose Blue Zebra has unusual blue and white striped petals with a bright yellow center that are sure to catch your eye. Blue Zebra lives up to it's name and makes an incredible w...

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    Blue Zebra® Primrose Blue Zebra® Primrose Primula acaulis Blue Zebra®
    $8.65
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Primrose Blue Zebra has unusual blue and white striped petals with a bright yellow center that are sure to catch your eye. Blue Zebra lives up to it's name and makes an incredible woodland boarder, or line a path that wanders through the woods. Flowers will bloom in late spring and summer. (Primula acaulis)
  2. Lavender Blue Cushion PP9,119, Lavandula angustifolia Blue Cushion

    'Blue Cushion' Lavender is a compact shrub with a perfect 'cushion' form of gray-green foliage. Continuous blooms of deep purple-blue flowers arrive throughout the season, fading to ...

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    Blue Cushion English Lavender Blue Cushion English Lavender PP#9119 Lavandula angustifolia Blue Cushion PP#9119
    $9.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Blue Cushion' Lavender is a compact shrub with a perfect 'cushion' form of gray-green foliage. Continuous blooms of deep purple-blue flowers arrive throughout the season, fading to pale lavender with age. In the herb garden, perennial border, or planted in containers, this English Lavender keeps you in scent and color all season long with its repeated blooms. Water thrifty and easy to grow, 'Blue Cushion' is also a pollinator favorite. (Lavandula angustifolia)
  3. English Lavender Vera, Lavandula angustifolia in a garden

    ‘Vera’ is widely held as one of the best oil producing lavenders, so if aromatherapy or gifts from the garden are your passion, this English, narrow-leaved lavender is the one fo...

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    Vera English Lavender Vera English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia Vera
    $9.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    ‘Vera’ is widely held as one of the best oil producing lavenders, so if aromatherapy or gifts from the garden are your passion, this English, narrow-leaved lavender is the one for you. Drought and deer resistant once established, ‘Vera’ thrives in poorer soils and sunny spots, blooming both in spring and late summer. (Lavandula angustifolia)
  4. Blue Phlox Blue Flame, Phlox paniculata, Garden Phlox

    'Blue Flame' Phlox delivers gorgeous blue blooms on bushy, compact plants. Very fragrant, each colorful bud starts out a deep shade of indigo and slowly opens to reveal petals of bar...

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    Blue Flame Phlox Blue Flame® Garden Phlox (Patent Pending) Phlox paniculata Blue Flame® (Patent Pending)
    $9.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Blue Flame' Phlox delivers gorgeous blue blooms on bushy, compact plants. Very fragrant, each colorful bud starts out a deep shade of indigo and slowly opens to reveal petals of barely-there blue surrouding violet centers. A dwarf variety, 'Blue Flame' is very resistant to powdery mildew and makes a fine choice for containers and small spaces. (Phlox paniculata)
  5. Lavender Royal Velvet, Lavandula angustifolia Royal Velvet growing in field

    Velvety, dark purple-blue flowers are the hallmark of Lavender ‘Royal Velvet’, as are its rich fragrance and speedy growth habit. Tall, waving flower spikes last and last, and wi...

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    Royal Velvet English Lavender Royal Velvet English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia Royal Velvet
    $13.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Velvety, dark purple-blue flowers are the hallmark of Lavender ‘Royal Velvet’, as are its rich fragrance and speedy growth habit. Tall, waving flower spikes last and last, and will bloom a second time after a mid-season harvest. Deer resistant, ‘Royal Velvet’s strong scent attracts plentiful bees and butterflies. Excellent for cutting and drying. (Lavandula angustifolia)
  6. Blue Spear English Lavender, Lavandula angustifolia Blue Spear

    'Blue Spear' English Lavender is the showiest lavender of all. With generous upright flower spikes on a compact plant, paired with its alluring fragrance, it’s the perfect choice f...

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    Blue Spear English Lavender Blue Spear English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia Blue Spear
    As low as $9.32
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    'Blue Spear' English Lavender is the showiest lavender of all. With generous upright flower spikes on a compact plant, paired with its alluring fragrance, it’s the perfect choice for the front of the garden or containers. A pollinator favorite, especially for bees and butterflies, it will bloom from late spring through summer. Thanks to its essential oils, deer avoid this plant. (Lavandula angustifolia)
  7. Bluebeard Longwood Blue, Caryopteris

    Bluebeard, sometimes called “Blue Mist Shrub” for its clouds of blue flowers borne along upright stems, is a late summer showstopper. Butterflies love drinking from the blooms. ...

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    Longwood Blue Bluebeard Bluebeard Longwood Blue, Blue Mist Spirea Caryopteris x clandonensis Longwood Blue
    $16.95
    Per Plant - 3" Pot
    Bluebeard, sometimes called “Blue Mist Shrub” for its clouds of blue flowers borne along upright stems, is a late summer showstopper. Butterflies love drinking from the blooms. ‘Longwood Blue’ is a taller selection that flowers later than other types, giving you color deep into the season. Striking when mass-planted. (Caryopteris x clandonensis)
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