Plant Paradise Country Gardens

Crocosmia Lucifer montbretia

Crocosmia Lucifer montbretia

Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’

We have trialed many Crocosmia varieties in our Zone 5 botanical gardens at Plant Paradise Country Gardens and Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ has stood the test of time by returning year after year. It is the hardiest Crocosmia available. The brilliant red flowers have an exotic, tropical look that open on wiry arched stems. They make perfect cut flowers. The broad, very tall, sword-like foliage adds a unique texture to the landscape. These bulbs/corms tolerate being planted deeper to make them winter over more successfully. For sale at Plant Paradise Country Gardens.

  • Light: Full Sun – Part Sun
  • Soil: All types of well drained soil
  • Moisture: Average – Dry
  • Benefits: Pollinators, Butterflies, Cut-flower, Deer Resistant, Long-blooming, Drought Tolerant
  • Height: 36-42 inches
  • Blooms: August
  • Foliage: Green Sword-Like
  • Spacing: Our container grown Crocosmia have a group of bulbs.
  • Plant each container 8-12 inches apart.
  • Growth Habit: Individual Bulbs will Multiply
  • Zones: 5-9

Perennial Catalog – 2019

All plant sales are in person at Plant Paradise Country Gardens in Caledon Ontario. As the 2017 Destination Garden Centre of the Year, we have been growing and selling hardy, unique and hard-to-find perennials organically for over 12 years. We are always trialing and testing them in the botanical gardens at Plant Paradise Country Gardens. Our growing practices benefit the whole environment, including the pollinators and beneficial insects.

At Plant Paradise Country Gardens we control every aspect of growing plants on-site. This begins with mixing soil in the potting shed and all the steps in between until the fully grown plants are ready for your garden. This gives us the opportunity to have control over the quality. Our responsibility is to grow healthy plants that are environmentally sustainable. We use only organic gardening methods to grow high quality plants without the use of pesticides, herbicides and synthetic fertilizers. Our plants are available in one, two or three gallon containers.

We DO NOT use NeoNicotinoids which is a pesticide used by many plant nurseries that sell to garden centres and big box stores. This pesticide is a known cause of the decline in the bee population. Everything a grower uses in plant production is systemically released into the molecular structure of the plant. This becomes a chain reaction in the long-term health and vibrancy of the plant and your growing environment.

By supporting our environmentally sustainable organic perennial nursery u0026amp; garden centre you’ll be a part of the positive change that makes a difference in our environment. We believe you’ll see the difference.

Below is our catalogue for 2019. Click the + sign next to the letter to open up the list of perennials we have available this year. ( * represents new for 2019 )

[toggle title=”A”]Acanthus hungaricus
Achillea Cloth of Gold *
Achillea Peter Cottontail *
Achillea Sassy Summer Sangria *
Achillea Saucy Seduction
Achillea Sunny Seduction
Actaea Hillside Black Beauty
Actaea racemosa
Agastache Blue Fortune
Agastache foeniculum
Agastache Morello
Alcea r. Fiesta Time *
Alchemilla mollis
Allium Lavender Bubbles *
Allium Millenium
Amsonia Blue Ice
Amsonia Storm Cloud
Anemone Pamina
Anemonopsis macrophylla *
Angelica gigas (biennial)
Aquilegia Blue Barlow
Artemisia lactiflora Guizhou
Artemisia Mori’s Strain
Aruncus Chantilly Lace
Aruncus dioicus
Aruncus dioicus aethusifolius
Asclepias tuberosa
Aster Purple Dome
Astrantia Burgundy Manor
Astrantia Moulin Rouge *
Astrantia Roma
Astrantia Sparkling Stars[/toggle]

[toggle title=”B”]Baptisia Pink Lemonade
Baptisia Blueberry Sundae
Baptisia Twilite Prairie Blues
Brunnera Jack Frost
Brunnera Silver Heart
Brunnera Sterling Silver *
Buddleia Grand Cascade *
Buddleia Orchid Annie
Buddleia Prince Charming[/toggle]

[toggle title=”C”]Calendula Orange Porcupine (annual) *
Calamintha Marvelette Blue *
Campanula Sarastro
Campanula Blue Waterfall
Campanula g. Freya
Campanula Pearl Deep Blue
Campanula Takion Series –White
Centranthus ruber coccineus *
Clematis Blue Ribbons
Clematis Pink Mink
Clematis Stand by Me
Clematis Violet Stardust
Cleome Cherry Queen (annual)
Cosmos Rubenza (annual) *
Coreopsis Early Sunrise
Coreopsis verticillata
Coreopsis Sunkiss
Crocosmia Red Lucifer[/toggle]

[toggle title=”D”]Delphinium e. Cobalt Dreams New Millenium
Delphinium e. Purple Passion New Millenium
Dianthus carthusianorum
Dianthus Classic Coral
Dianthus g. Firewitch
Dianthus Scarlet Fever
Dicentra Goldheart
Dictamnus a. Albiflorus
Dictamnus albus Purpureus
Digitalis Freckled Rose Princess (biennial)[/toggle]

[toggle title=”E”]Echinacea Cranberry Cupcake
Echinacea Glowing Dream
Echinacea Green Twister *
Echinacea KISMET Intense Orange *
Echinacea KISMET Raspberry
Echinacea KISMET Red
Echiancea KISMET Yellow
Echinacea Hot Papaya
Echinacea Julia
Echinacea Magnus
Echinacea PASO DOBLE Fuchsia *
Echinacea PowWow White
Echinacea PowWow Wildberry
Echinacea Sensation Pink
Echinacea Supreme Elegance
Echinacea tennesseensis
Echinops Blue Glow
Echium amoenum Red Feathers
Echium vulgare
Epimedium g. Lilafee
Epimedium Pink Champagne
Eryngium abelii Big Blue
Eryngium a. Blue Star *
Eryngium p. Blue Glitter
Eryngium maritimum *
Eryngium yuccifolium
Eupatorium d. Baby Joe
Eupatorium maculatum Gateway
Eupatorium Ivory Towers *
Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow
Euphorbia Bonfire[/toggle]

[toggle title=”F”]Fern – Athyrium Burgundy Lace
Fern – Athyrium Dre’s Dagger
French Marigold (Tagetes patula) (annual)[/toggle]

[toggle title=”G”]Gaillardia Sunset Celebration
Galium oderatum
Geranium Rozanne
Gillenia trifoliata
Geum Totally Tangerine
Grass – Andropogon Indian Warrior
Grass – Calamagrostis brachytricha
Grass – Hakonechloa macra Aureola
Grass – Miscanthus s. giganteus
Grass – Miscanthus s. Malepartus
Grass – Miscanthus s. Morning Light
Grass – Miscanthus s. Strictus
Grass – Pennisetum a. Red Head
Grass – Pennisetum a. Desert Plains
Grass – Schizachyrium Blue Paradise
Grass – Schizachyrium scoparium Prairie Blues
Grass –Panicum virgatum Thundercloud
Grass – Sporobolus Gone with the Wind
Grass – Sporobolus heterolepis *
Gypsophila Summer Sparkles[/toggle]

[toggle title=”H”]Helenium Mardi Gras
Helenium Salsa
Helianthus Lemon Queen
Heliopsis Bleeding Hearts
Heliopsis h. Burning Hearts
Heliopsis Summer Sun
Heliopsis Sunstruck *
Heliopsis Tuscan Gold
Helleborus Blushing Bridesmaid
Helleborus Confetti Cake
Helleborus Dark and Handsome
Helleborus First Dance
Helleborus French Kiss *
Helleborus Rio Carnival
Helleborus Spanish Flare
Helleborus Tropical Sunset *
Helleborus Winter Jewels Red Sapphire
Hemerocallis Bela Lugosi
Hemerocallis Crimson Shadows
Hemerocallis Destined to See
Hemerocallis El Desperado
Hemerocallis Elegant Candy
Hemerocallis Handwriting on the Wall *
Hemerocallis Honeymoon Suite
Hemerocallis Innwood
Hemerocallis Lavender Blue Baby
Hemerocallis Patrician Splendour
Hemerocallis Peach Magnolia
Hemerocallis Romantic Returns
Hemerocallis Siloam Peony Display
Hemerocallis Storm Shelter
Hemerocallis Strawberry Candy
Heuchera Forever Purple
Heuchera Forever Red
Heuchera Marmalade
Heuchera Midnight Rose
Heuchera Northern Exposure Red
Heuchera Paris
Heucherella Catching Fire
Heucherella Pink Fizz
Heucherella Pumpkin Spice
Hosta Abiqua Drinking Gourd
Hosta Captain Kirk
Hosta Dream Weaver
Hosta Earth Angel
Hosta Firn Line
Hosta Grand Prize
Hosta Great Expectations
Hosta Hudson Bay *
Hosta Inniswood
Hosta June
Hosta Kiwi Full Monty
Hosta Krossa Regal
Hosta Liberty
Hosta Maui Buttercups
Hosta Paradigm
Hosta Paul’s Glory
Hosta Regal Splendor
Hosta Revolution
Hosta Stained Glass
Hosta Thunderbolt
Hosta Touch of Class
Hosta Yellow Polka Dot Bikini
Hydrangea arborescens Haas Halo
Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball (PW)
Hydrangea paniculata Confetti
Hydrangea paniculata Fire Light
Hydrangea paniculata Limelight[/toggle]

[toggle title=”I”]Inula helenium
Iris germanica Mother Earth
Iris versicolour[/toggle]

[toggle title=”K”]Kalmeris Blue Star
Kirengeshoma palmata *[/toggle]

[toggle title=”L”]Lavendula a. Essence Purple
Lavendula Hidcote
Lavendula a. Munstead
Lavendula Phenomenal
Leucanthemum Coconut
Leucanthemum Daisy May – Amazing Daisies
Leucanthemum Banana Cream – Amazing Daisies
Leucanthemum Victorian Secret
Leucanthemum x superbum Goldfinch
Liatris Kobold Original
Liatris Floristan Violet
Liatris ligulistylis *
Lychnis c. Rauhrieif (white)
Lychnis c. Red Cross
Lysimachia clethroides[/toggle]

[toggle title=”M”]Malva sylvestris mauritiana *
Marigold (French) (Targetes patula) annual
Meconopsis x sheldonii Lingholm Blue Ice (blue poppy)
Monarda Blue Moon
Monarda Bubblegum Blast
Monarda Cherry Pops
Moanrda Electric Neon Pink *
Monarda d. Grand Marshall
Monarda d. Jacob Cline
Monarda d. Pardon My Purple
Monarda d. Purple Rooster
Monarda Grape Gumball
Monarda Raspberry Wine
Monarda Rockin Raspberry
Monarda punctata Bergamo (biennial) Dotted Mint
Myrrhis odorata[/toggle]

[toggle title=”N”]Nasturtium Cherries Jubilee annual (mounding)
Nepeta Cat’s Meow
Nepeta Kitten Around
Nepeta f. Purrsian Blue[/toggle]

[toggle title=”P”]Packera obovata
Paeonia ITOH Bartzella
Paeonia ITOH Berry Garcia
Paeonia ITOH Callies Memory
Paeonia ITOH Cora Louise
Paeonia ITOH First Arrival
Paeonia ITOH Hillary
Paeonia ITOH Julia Rose
Paeonia ITOH Lollipop
Paeonia ITOH Pastel Splendor
Paeonia ITOH Pink Double Dandy
Paeonia ITOH Scarlet Heaven
Paeonia ITOH Scrumdidleumptious
Paeonia ITOH Singing in the Rain
Paeonia ITOH Yankee Doodle Dandy
Paeonia Yachiyotsubaki (tree peony)
Papaver Orientale Beauty of Livermere *
Penstemon strictus Rocky Mountain
Perovskia a. Denin’n Lace (PW)
Persicaria amplexicaulis var. Pendula
Persicaria bistorta Superba
Persicaria polymorpha
Phlox divaricata Blue Moon
Phlox Cloudburst
Phlox p. Bright Eyes
Phlox p. David
Phlox p. Flame Series Coral
Phlox p. Flame Series Pink
Phlox p. Flame Series Purple
Phlox p. Flame Series Red
Phlox p. Flame Series White Eye
Phlox p. Glamour Girl
Phlox p. Laura
Phlox p. Nicky
Phlox p. Red Riding Hood
Physostegia virginiana Vivid
Polyganatum commutatum (Great Solomon Seal)
Pulmonaria Raspberry Splash
Pulmonaria Silver Bouquet
Pulsatilla vulgaris Rose bells[/toggle]

[toggle title=”R”]Rosa At Last (PW)
Rudbeckia subtomentosa[/toggle]

[toggle title=”S”]Salix integra Hakuro-nishiki (shrub)
Salvia n. May Night
Salvia Midnight Model
Salvia Perfect Profusion *
Sanguinaria f. multiplex (Double Bloodroot)
Sanguisorba menziesii
Sanguisorba officinalis Pink Tanna
Sarracena purpurea *
Scabiosa c. Butterfly Blue
Sedum Atlantis *
Sedum Class Act
Sedum Dazzleberry *
Sedum Desert Black
Sedum Mr. Goodbud
Sedum Night Embers *
Sedum sieboldii
Sempervivum Peggy
Silene asterias *
Stachys monieri Hummelo
Stachys officinalis Pink Cotton Candy
Stylophorum diphyllum (wood Poppy)[/toggle]

[toggle title=”T”]Tanacetum parthenium Double White
Thalictrum flavum ssp. glaucom
Thalictrum rochebrunianum
Thalictrum Splendide
Tiarella cordifolia
Tiarella Sugar and Spice
Tiarella Spring Symphony[/toggle]

[toggle title=”V”]Verbascum olympicum (Yellow)
Verbascum phoeniceum Rosetta
Verbascum Plum Smokey
Verbena bonariensis (annual) *
Vernonia novaboracensis
Veronica Aspire
Veronica Blue Skywalker
Veroncia Enchanted Indigo
Veronica Hocus Pocus
Veronica Lavender Lightsaber *
Veronica longifolia Blue Shades
Veronica longifolia Pink Shades
Veronica Magic Show White Wands PW
Veronica Mona Lisa Smile
Veronica Royal Candles
Veronica Venture Blue
Veronica Very Van Gogh
Veronicastrum virginicum
Viburnum lentago (Nannyberry) *[/toggle]

[toggle title=”W”]Weigela Spilled Wine
Wisteria marcrostachya Blue Moon[/toggle]

[toggle title=”Z”]Zinnia Raspberry Sorbet (annual) *
Zizia aurea *[/toggle]