2018 Perennial List 

New Perennials 2018

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Beautiful Sargent's Grown Perennials

We grow the newest and most colorful annuals and perennials available from the world’s finest hybridizers of plant cultivars. We strive to provide only the best of the best.

We have more than 60,000 square feet of greenhouse facilities and 14 of those greenhouses are dedicated specifically to growing perennials. We offer more than 175,000 annuals and perennials.

We also provide a 30-day guarantee on our perennials. You can extend this Perennial Guarantee to 1 year with the purchase of Cowsmo Planting Compost from our neighbors atop the bluffs of western Wisconsin!


Sargent’s on 2nd Hours

Mon. – Fri.  8-6
Saturday 9-4 
Sunday Closed

Garden Center….(507) 289-6068


Mon – Fri 8-6
Saturday 9-4 
Sunday Closed

Floral…(507) 281-2496

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Sargent’s North Hours

The Garden Center is closed for the season. Please visit us at Sargent’s On 2nd.

See you in the Spring!

Landscape & Business Office:

Mon. – Fri. 8-4:30
And By Appointment

(507) 289-0022

What's New in Perennials for 2017?

This year at Sargent’s we are planning to add 85 new perennials to our inventory!! Our hardworking and dedicated growers actually started some of the new perennials last fall, and then tucked them away all cozy and warm for the winter. Here are some highlights on a few of them.

Iris sibirica (Siberian Iris) ‘Concord Crush’

Graceful plants with tall grassy looking foliage, Siberian Iris are wonderful in borders, wild gardens and along ponds. Plant deeper than other Irises, covering the rhizomes with 1-2” of soil. In colder climates, divide in the spring when the clumps become less vigorous and blooms get smaller. Zone 4-9.

‘Concord Crush’ has huge 6” blue-violet double flowers. Introduced in 2009. 28” tall.

Opening Act Phlox (PW) (Hybrid Phlox) ‘Blush’

Naturally dwarf, the Opening Act series blooms from early to mid summer with sporadic re-bloom into early fall. Plant in an area with good circulation and sunshine. Mildew and disease resistant. Full sun. 20” tall. Zone 4.

Opening Act ’Blush’ has lavender pink blooms.

‘Hello Yellow’ Asclepias (Butterfly Weed)

Like other plants in the Asclepias family, ‘Hello Yellow’ is a larval host for Monarch butterflies and a nectar source for many other butterflies and bees. While it is slow to emerge in the spring, ‘Hello Yellow’ makes up for the wait with an exceptionally long bloom time. From late spring to late summer you will have bright yellow flower clusters that, in the fall, turn into seedpods you can use in dried flower arrangements. 30” tall. Zone 3.

Check out the whole list here: New Perennials at Sargent’s 2018