These are a few of our hundreds of varieties of perennials that we grow at Metropolitan Farm.
Pulmonaria or Lungwort is a great choice for a dry, shady spot and it is deer resistant.
Foxglove likes rich, moist, well drained soil in a shade or part sun garden.
Bright blue flowers float above silver variegated heart shaped leaves to bright up a shady place in the garden.
These hostas work great in shaded areas and are easy to grow and split. They come in a variety of different colors and sizes.
Lamprocapnos spectabilis or Bleeding hearts are a great addition to your shade garden to give that pop of color in early spring.
Astible or False Spirea have large fern-like flowers that come in several different colors. They are a great addition to your shade collection.
Salvia or Meadow Sage is drought tolerant, deer resistant and low maintenance.
Iris provide beautiful early summer color and make great cut flowers. They are available in a wide variety of colors and are deer resistant.
Tiger lilies are a striking addition to the garden. The down facing orange spotted blooms appear in mid summer and rhizomes can easily be divided.
Long blooming in late Spring into Summer and deer resistant.
This little gem is a great addition to the garden. The perfectly round blooms will attract hummingbirds and honey bees for weeks and the deer and rabbits will leave it alone!
Cottage pinks come in a variety of sizes from ground cover to cut flowers. They are deer resistant, attract birds and are fragrant.
Echinacea or Coneflower add a pop of color to your garden and are great in all day sun!
Asiatic Liliies flower in late sping to summer. They come in a variety of colors all available at the farm.
Hermerocallis or Dayliles are one of the most popular perennials due to its low maintenance. They bloom once a year for one to five weeks and can tolerate drought or frost. They look simply beautiful in any garden.
Paeonia or Peony are known for their large beautiful blooms and fragrance. They can be planted in full sun or part sun and sometimes need to be supported due to the weight of the buds.
Milk weed is a low maintenance, drought tolerant, native plant that attracts Monarch Butterflies. It is one of the showiest wildflowers and the deer don't like it.