Allen and the Moss Mountain Farm team are excited to share a special, curated collection of flowering beauties from Moss Mountain Farm. The P. Allen Smith Moss Mountain Farm flower garden collection includes perennials, hostas, daylilies, butterfly bushes and peonies. Tested in Allen’s garden under a number of conditions, he and his team selected specific ornamentals ideally suited for a wide variety of garden and home environments. Plants were evaluated on the basis of floral display, color, uniqueness, resilience, ease of care and value. Almost all selections are perennial and have been observed to return for up to 15-20 years. A handful have also been identified as “generational” perennials, flowers that will continue to return through many family generations!
An exclusive has been offered to Home Shopping Network (HSN) for calendar year 2018. This March, many HSN viewers were surprised–and delighted–to see Allen appear on the HSN garden segment. Guests may see (and purchase while available) Allen’s selections directly from the HSN website and may also visit his Moss Mountain Farm to see these and other collections on display.
Moss Mountain Farm is located beside Little Rock, AR, on a 650-acre bluff above the Arkansas River. Allen will return to HSN to offer additional garden beauties and plants that improve every homeowner’s yard later in the year.
To learn more about the plants offered through HSN, please see Allen’s Moss Mountain Farm HSN page located on the HSN website. You may research plant care instructions, zone appropriateness and also secure a selection for your home, while stock is still available here.
And, if you already know which plant you are interested in, you may find specific plants Allen presented on HSN using the links below.
Put the call out in your garden with this gorgeous butterfly bush collection. They feature large flower panicles that cascade downward for a weeping look. They attract butterflies, bees and hummingbirds while resisting deer. And once established, they’re drought tolerant too. Best of all, the lovely lavender and pink colors promise to be a hit with your guests, both winged and non-winged alike! Read more on HSN.
The Rhythmic Blue hydrangea features pink to rich blue flowers and geometric florets closely packed on sturdy stems. They make an excellent border plant and add variety and beauty to cut flower arrangements too. Read more on HSN.
Let your flag fly with this reblooming iris collection. Moss Mountain Farm brought together 5 magnificent iris varieties in one stunning collection. Use them for accents in a late spring garden or to draw bees for vibrancy and interest. They’re also resistant to pesky deer and rabbits. Read more on HSN.
When spring arrives, summer is sure to follow, and these striking Foxglove plants will be there to meet it with their colorful blossoms. Bring home this collection comprised of three unique flowering plants. With blooms that range in color from rosy pink to soft peach, they’ll be a delight to watch as they grow to their full potential in your garden or patio planters. They’ll look especially lovely planted along a fence or right at woods’ edge and will enhance the appeal of any yard. Read more on HSN.
Get ready for an eruption of blooms when you plant this Hosta collection in your garden. This popular perennial is the perfect plant to place in a shady spot, and it pairs beautifully with Coral Bells and Astilbe. With at least five varieties of Hosta, this collection will bring something special to your garden or yard. Read more on HSN.
Cannas make a great backdrop for day lilies and other plants, work well in containers and can add interest to borders, particularly with other perennials. Read more on HSN.
This fragrant perennial’s long-lasting blooms are positively perfect for bouquets. They love heavy, well-drained soil and become drought tolerant once established. Best of all, they’ll bathe your garden in a rich color hues ranging from coral pinks to apricot and yellow. Read more on HSN.
These beautiful perennials work wonderfully in front of a border or rock garden. Use them in patio containers for a pop of color or to line yard and garden walkways. They’re easy to grow, thrive in partial shade and, our favorite, attract hummingbirds, bees and butterflies. Read more on HSN.
Bright yellow Stella De Oro Daylily by P Allen Smith for Home Shopping Network HSN
With 25 plants that bloom over an extended period of time, this collection promises an abundance of fragrant, bright gold blossoms. They are one of the easiest perennials to grow and perform famously in the landscape, especially when grown in full sun. Read more on HSN.
With three plants that produce huge, peony-like blooms, this collection of Day Lilies promises to give your garden the unique edge you’ve been working for. These easy-to-grow plants boast flowers in pink, red and purple and will give you the big pay off you want. Read more on HSN.
When you take the time to garden, you want it to pay off. With ten plants that produce a wide variety of unique blooms over an extended period of time, this collection of Day Lilies promises consistent color all summer long. These easy-to-grow plants boast flowers in various sizes, shapes and colors. Read more on HSN.