Hi Vanessa ~
This blue garden has been full of trials and errors,
but that's what gardening is all about, right?
Some of the blue flowers
that have done well for me are:
centaurea montana - a perennial that has gotten so big, I have divided it and replanted in assorted places, and shared with my parents. It has a really nice flush of blooms right about now, and might rebloom later on when it cools down again - if you deadhead it religiously.
blue lacecap hydrangea
blue queen salvia - tends to be invasive - I am forever digging out babies all along the path through that garden area - but I don't mind too much, as I have shared it, and also transplanted it all around my yard.
anise hyssop (licorice mint) which can sometimes look more lavendar, but mine tends to be blue
and always some annual blue lobelia
I keep taking pictures of this garden, but the blue flowers
are very difficult to show well, and I'm never happy with the pictures. They usually look more purple than they really are, and not very impressive. But the garden is coming along nicely so far.
I sent an e-mail to the online seed
company through another website - I still can't find any direct contact for them, and am a little leary of sending them money without being able to contact them at all if need be. No response so far in 2 days - grrrrrrr