Although Agastaches are popular as tall color that competes with Nepetas and grasses in meadow landscapes, the Kudos™ Agastaches are different. First, they are small–very small. The bloom heights are around 24 inches. Second, they sit well as specimens, holding their shape well in the garden. Third, the Kudos™ bloom generously so they provide a strong shot of color in the heat of the summer. Drought-resistant and heat‑loving round out their features.
A Brunnera on steroids, ‘Alexander's Great’ has huge frosted leaves more reminiscent of a Hosta. With the characteristic sprays of bright blue forget-me-not flowers hovering over the jumbo leaves this variety is sure to be a star of the spring garden. Prefers shady locales that do not get too hot, especially in areas with a humid summer.
Polemonium ‘Heaven Scent’ has classic fernlike foliage with undertones of deep purple. In late spring this variety has masses of especially fragrant bright purple flowers. Though it
prefers cool, it tolerates sun and heat, allowing it to be the only full sun Polemonium we carry.