Herbaceous Perennials

The plants you don’t have to replace every year. Our Kansas City perennial nursery is stocked with plants all cultivated and grown by our sister companies. Used in landscaping for height, texture, and color, you’ll find a unique selection of flowers, ground cover, and grasses.

Featured Options

Shade
Shade Perennials
Sun Perennials
Sun Perennials
Ground Cover
Ground Cover
Midwest Natives
Midwest Natives
Vines
Vines
Pollinators
Pollinators

Mulch, Rock & Soil

Mulch, Rock & Soil

Finish your beds with mulch or rock to accent any landscape bed.

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Annuals + Greenhouse

Annuals + Greenhouse

Combine annuals and perennials for a range of color.

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The Nursery Difference

The Nursery Difference

Let us enhance your space and do the work. Full service landscape and installation services.

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Make it a Day Event

Make it a Day Event

A destination full of inspiration and experiences. Join us for the day!

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Knowledge is Power

Tips, tricks, and advice about planting, care, maintenance, planning and more from our experts.
Behind the Scenes: Fower Production
Planting, garden, Annuals, outdoor space, flowers

Behind the Scenes: Fower Production

Have you ever wondered what it takes to grow the irresistible hanging baskets and planters you see at Colonial Gardens? In this blog series, I...

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Japanese Maples
PlantRight, Trees, Pruning

Japanese Maples

When it comes to Japanese maples, one is often overwhelmed by the shear amount of diversity within this species. One of the most beloved...

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Fruit Tree Care in February
Fruit Trees, fruit, PlantRight, seasonal, Trees, Pruning

Fruit Tree Care in February

With a cold and snowy January behind us, it’s time to look towards the next step in caring for our fruit trees, pruning. February is the perfect...

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Sowing Success: A Quick Guide to Planning Your Vegetable Garden
Vegetables, Planting, soil, garden, gardening, PlantRight, BioLife, outdoor space, seasonal

Sowing Success: A Quick Guide to Planning Your Vegetable Garden

As winter's chill really begins to set in here in January some folks are thinking thoughts of sledding, ice skating, and keeping the steps by...

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