We are proud to announce our newest collection of perennials, the Creek Hill Foxglove Collection, featuring a broad range of colors and traits among digitalis cultivars.
Foxgloves are very dramatic plants that bring strong personality to a garden. Since few people grow them, a patch of foxglove sets itself apart from other gardens in the neighborhood.
NEW PLANTS 2013WE HAVE EXPANDED OUR SHADE PROGRAM
Each year, Creek Hill has added more and more new cultivars to brighten the perennial shade garden. We feature a bright mix of colorful Heuchera, a full season of both short and tall Astilbes, an expanded selection of Woodland Phlox and a range of miniature Dicentras.
NEW SUN PLANTS
We have also added 24 new sun plants to Creek Hill's Sun Program. A new series of Phlox, 'Paparazzi™', a series of Helenium's and many more great sun plants!
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Over the past two years, Creek Hill Nursery has dramatically decreased our dependence on chemical pest controls by implementing a comprehensive Biological Control Program.
Developed by our grower, Laura Nafziger, the Creek Hill system uses weekly scouting, inspection and follow-up reports to proactively stop insect incursions before they become full-blown problems.
Creek Hill prides itself on the wide range of perennials it offers to plant buyers. Not just the popular cultivars, but the unusual and the special as well.
Our largest collections are Echinaceas (23), Astilbes (51) and Heucheras (24). We have over 11 genera where we offer more than eight different cultivars or species. And we offer more than 500 different kinds of perennials over all. Choice and selection is a hallmark of Creek Hill Nursery.
Three different pennisetums complete the CELEBRATION SERIES of Fountain Grasses - a red, a white and a pink. All three grasses have the classic vase-like shape, graceful arching tips and strong growing performance in hot weather.
As container plants, the Celebration Grasses make beautiful accents, serve as an alternative to Phormium for strong vertical elements or mix with each other for an especially interesting display.