The Perennial Farm is known as one of the industry leaders in Perennials with the fastest delivery for all your perennial needs. We grow a full line of quality, landscape-size perennials, ornamental grasses, hardy ferns, flowering vines, flowering shrubs, groundcovers and more. From tried and true favorites to brand new additions, plants from The Perennial Farm thrive throughout the NorthEast and MidAtlantic Regions.
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Starting July 7th, 2022 a Fuel Surcharge of $35.00 will be added to every delivery
Guide to definitions used on Weekly Availability
Note:Perennials are not annuals and color does sell, but discriminating perennial buyers are seeking good looking, healthy plants from March till November. Perennials do not need to be sold only when they are in bloom. They can, and should be sold throughout the year.
Buds/Blooms - Plants are full in the pot, of seasonally appropriate height, have a good root system, and have nice foliage with buds and blooms.
Budded - Plants fit above description without blooms. Buds are not expected to open for at least another week.
Retail Ready - Plants are full in the pot, of seasonally appropriate height, and have a good root system with nice foliage.
Ready Nice - Plants are rooted, have nice foliage, but do not quite fill the pot yet.
Ready Small - Plants are rooted with a top that is seasonally short or only fills 1/3 to 1/2 of the pot.
Ready Soon- Plants will probably be ready in about a week to 10 days. Top growth may only fill ½ the pot and the root system is still developing
Ready Emerging - Plants are coming out of dormancy, rooted and ready to plant with foliage just beginning to emerge above the soil surface.
LS Ready - Plants are rooted and ready to plant in the landscape. Foliage is not ‘Retail Ready’ and may be flushing out from being cut back or have older seasonally appropriate foliage.
Just Breaking - Plants are coming out of dormancy, rooted and ready to plant with old woody growth above soil surface that will leaf out from the old wood.
Leafing Out - Following “Just Breaking”, leaves are flushing out from old wood.
Trimmed- Less than the upper third of foliage height has been cut.
Cut Back - Plants are rooted and ready to plant. The foliage has been cut back, either for over-wintering or to improve the overall shape and attractiveness.
Dormant - Plants are rooted and ready to plant but showing no signs of life either above the soil surface or on old woody growth.
2-3 wks, 3-4wks, etc - An estimate of how many weeks until plants are rooted and ready to plant.
Newly Potted - Plants are recently potted and/or have not started developing a root system.