Adding color to your garden is so easy!
Annuals and perennials are the lifeblood of your gardens and outdoor landscapes. These are the plants that hold your flower gardens together. They create transitions, fillers, even designs to keep the eye flowing across your beautiful gardens. Be sure to choose the right variety, color, location choice and size to compliment your previous plantings. You can Ask an Expert to help pick out some plants or try it all on your own. We are here to help choose the right plants for you. Here you will find our most common selling perennials and annuals, but this is far from our entire inventory. We also have Gardening Care Brochures to help you maintain and care for your garden for years to come!
Plants Deer Don’t Like to Eat!
Deer are not so charming when they are eating the gorgeous flowers you spent all day planting or have been growing for years. Thankfully, we have just rolled out a new plant program to help take the guesswork out of choosing beautiful plants. Deer-Leerious plants are both perennials and groundcovers that have been specifically chosen and rated on a scale from 1 to 3 based upon their deer resistance – 1 being the highest possible resistance and 3 being the medium-high resistance level. Some of these perennials include: Achillea, Dianthus, Coreopsis, Salvia, Lavandula, Carex, Geranium Biokovo, Wild Thyme, Dicentra, Astilbe, and many others. Each one of our Deer-Leerious plants are individually labeled so you can be certain of the Deer Resistance of each plant. Be sure to check out these plants on your next trip to Bucks Country Gardens!
Not sure which type of plant food to use?
Use the Plant Food Finder on the Espoma website to help find the right food for your plants!
Geraniums are great in a hanging basket or in a nice container on your patio.
Vinca is a flowering annual that yields tons of blooms all summer long.
Verbena is an herbaceous flowering plant that comes in many different colors.
Petunias are a spreading annual with bell-shaped flowers in a variety of colors.
Lantana is an aromatic herbaceous annual with exceptional drought and heat tolerance.
Impatiens are colorful, easy-to-grow, spreading flowers that bloom all summer long.
Coleus is a foliage, non-flowering annual with multi-colored leaves in a variety of colors.
Begonias are known for their bright-colored blooms that last throughout the growing season.
New Guinea Impatiens
New Guinea Impatiens offer lots of foliage and large blooms in a variety of colors.
Torenia blooms resemble an open-faced Snapdragon flower that grows evenly with clusters of blooms.
Ageratum, or floss flower, is a fluffy annual flower and a favorite for summer gardens and containers.
Nicotiana is an annual flower related to the tobacco plants of commerce, but bred for its ornamental value.
Heliotrope is an annual flower with an alluring fragrance and clusters of blooms
Sweet alyssum is a small, but fragrant, great early spring plant which blooms for several months
The marigold is a popular annual flower that blooms all growing season with a mild fragrance.
Coneflower comes in a variety of bright and bold colors that bloom from midsummer until first frost.
Coreopsis species are generally perennials popular in the garden, sporting bright daisy-like flowers.
Lavender is an aromatic perennial herb blooming in late June and bearing a pleasing scent.
Salvia bears dense spikes of showy, violet-purple flowers; which is the most common form.
Daylilies have flowers that open a few at a time for a period of several weeks from spring to late fall.
Hostas have large, heart-shaped, varigated leaves with lavender flower spikes in the summer.
Coral Bells bloom in spring with reddish flowers on trim spikes above small leaves.
Astilbes offer dark green, fernlike foliage and spikes of flowers that resemble feathery plumes.
Ferns have great texture and thrive in places that are damp, shady, or compact.
Bleeding hearts, have heart-shaped pendant pink or white flowers with spurs at the base.
Dianthus, also known as the old-fashioned carnation, comes in a variety of small and large blooms.
Russian sage offers wispy wands of lavender and blue flowers with an aromatic scent.
Foxglove has tall spikes surronded by buds of various flower colors growing 3 to 7 feet tall.
Yarrow offers fernlike foliage and small flowers on stout stems, blooming from June until frost.
Hellebore has deeply divided evergreen leaves, producing flowers in late winter or early spring.