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coccineum 'Robinsons Red' (Painted Daisy) Deep fuschia pink with gold eyes. Attractive mounds of finely divided foliage sport showy daisies on wiry stems. June to early July, 2'
corybosum Masses of small white daisies, clustered on tall slender stems. Mid-June to July, 24"-30"
x. superbum (Shasta Daisy) Leucanthemum superbum (Shasta Daisies).
'Aglaia' Frilly, double, white blooms with cream centers. June-July, 24-30"
'Banana Cream' Lemon yellow flowers aging to buttery yellow as they mature. June-Aug., 15"-18"
'Becky' Large flowered variety with strong stems. July-Oct., 24-36"
'Brightside' An improvement of Becky with large white flowers and disease resistant foliage. July-Oct. 30"
NEW! 'Daisy May' Easy, fast growing, earlier bloom time selection, showcasing clean 2 1/2-3" white flowers. Early summer, 12-24"
'Highland White Dream' A wonderful tall cultivar noted for its large semi-double,4-5" blooms with drooping white rays and yellow centers. Late June-August, 24-30"
NEW! 'Razzle Dazzle' Wildly arranged creamy white fringed petals create an interesting twist on the traditional shasta daisy. June-August. 16-18"
'Snowcap' An outstanding dwarf cultivar, perfect for edging. Summer, 10-12"
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NEW! sikokianum Best known of the Japanese cobra liiies, with white golfball spadix inside a purple spathe. Mid-spring bloom. Needs good winter drainage. 12-20"
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NEW! ALOCASIA portodora (Upright Elephant Ears) One of the largest elephant ears, the rich green leaf dimensions will easily reach 3 x 6 feet on 6 foot stems. Great for pond sides in shady sheltered areas. Avoid over watering, surface dryness is best while still maintaining moist soil. Fertilize sparingly.
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NEW! 'blue star' This immensely popular juniper, discovered in Holland as a witch's broom on 'Meyeri' and introduced in 1964, deserves its reputation as a winning garden selection. It has sharp, blue, densely arranged needles, filling short branches that suggest the tips on a many-point star, and a useable form that slowly spreads becoming broader than tall.
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CLIMBING While no rose is a true climber, these produce long canes which can be trained on fences, trellises, and walls. We offer only repeat-blooming varieties that flower on both old and new wood. Zone 5-9, unless otherwise noted.
NEW! 'Above All' Large clusters of old-fashioned, cupped, 3.5-4" blooms of stunning salmon-orange blend, bourne on distinctively tall canes. 14'. Blooms late Spring to Fall. Fruity fragrance. Zone 4-10. 2015
NEW! 'Autumn Sunset' A blend of rich apricot and golden yellow fringed, semi-double blooms. A profuse bloomer, strong fragrance and disease resistant. 8-12' x 6', 1988
NEW! 'Brite Eyes' Another breakthrough rose from Will Radler, the breeder of The Knock Out® Rose. The single-petaled, salmon-pink color will add color and fragrance to your landscape. It will grow no taller than 8', making this rose a perfect addition for small gardens. Black spot resistant. 2006
'Climbing Iceberg' A long-lived, flower-happy climbing rose, bearing sprays of medium-sized, white flowers. Very continuous flowering. Light, sweet fragrance. Vigorous, bushy growth. Requires less light than most climbers. H 12', Zone 4-9. 1968
'Don Juan' Large, double blooms with velvety red rose petals. Intensely fragrant flowers appear single or in clusters with a lovely tea shape. Profusely blooms in early spring, and moderately, thereafter. Orange hips appear in the fall adding extra interest and food for the birds. Needs lots of room. 8-13', 1958.
'New Dawn' One of the most popular climbers! Medium sized, silvery blush-pink flowers, are produced in attractive clusters. Sweet, fruity fragrance. Shade tolerant, 10-15 ft., Zone 4-10, 1930
'Skys The Limit' This rose is hardierand more disease resistant than most other yellow climbing roses. It bears heavy, repeat flushes of large 3 1/2" buttery blossoms with a fruity fragrance. 10'-12'. 2007
'Zephirine Drouhin' (Antique) A climbing Bourbon that may be the most consistently blooming, large flowered climbing rose, with the added benefit that it is thorn-less. The 4" blooms (petals 16) are deep rose-pink, fragrant, and produced in great quantities on a continual blooming bush. H 10-12' x 6', 1868.
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COLOCASIA ESCULENTA (Elephant Ears) Add a punch of tropical lushness to your containers, beds or water gardens with these enormous and very dramatic foliage plants. They require lots of moisture and are happy in up to 12" of water, preferring partial shade. 3-5'
‘BLACK MAGIC’ Dusty, purple-black 2' leaves in a giant clump. A bold display. 5-6'
‘ILLUSTRIS’ Dark green-black leaves with silvery veins. Very vigorous.3-4'
COLOCASIA esculenta 'Jet Black Wonder' Very large exotic looking leaves of the deepest burgundy black. Big, bold leaves easily grow 2' wide x 3' long.
NEW! 'Mojito' Large spearmint green leaves mottled and splashed with hints of black. An eye catcher. 2-3'
'Red Stem' Large deep green leaves with a bright red stems create showy tropical clumps in your favorite pot. 3-5'
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DAVID AUSTINS ENGLISH ROSES After fifty years of intensive breeding, David Austin's English Roses combine the forms and fragrances of old roses with the repeat-flowering of modern roses. They are very easy to grow, healthy and reliable. English Roses may be grown as magnificent, shapely shrubs or trained as short climbers. Zone 5-9
NEW! 'Golden Celebration' Magnificent, cupped, golden yellow blooms. Very strong fragrance of delicious tea with hints of wine and strawberry. An award-winning variety. Repeat Flowering. 4.5x4.5'. 1992
NEW! 'Heathcliff' 'Heathcliff' has large, fully double flowers of rosette shape. The color is a true deep crimson. Intensely fragrant. Upright, bushy habit. H 3.5' x 3'W. 2012
NEW! 'Lady Emma Hamilton' Glorious blooms of tangerine-orange and yellow. A strong, deliciously fruity fragrance. Repeat Flowering. 3.5x3', 2004.
'Lady of Shalott' The buds are a rich orange-red changing to salmon pink on the upper side with a golden-yellow reverse. Forms a large, bushy shrub with slightly arching stems. 4'X3.5'. Zone 5-10
'Olivia Rose Austin' Pink flowers that have a strong fragrance with fruity hints. 3.5' x 3'. Very disease resistant. Named after David Austin's granddaughter.
NEW! 'Princess Alexandra of Kent' A magnificent rose with large, deeply cupped blooms of warm, glowing pink. Repeat flowering. Highly Fragrant. H 5'X 3', 2007
NEW! 'Tamora' Rich 3" cupped, fully double blooms on a short, bushy upright, continual blooming plant. Mr. Austins smallest apricot blooming rose. Great for a small garden or container. One of the earlier varieties. 3'x 3'. 1983.
NEW! 'The Pilgrim' (climbing) One of the most beautiful English Climbing Roses. The color is a pure shade of yellow, petals paling toward the edges. The double, 4", flowers are produced freely, repeating well. Highly fragrant. A short climber, will grow up to 8', or maintained as a shorter shrub. 5'x 3.5'. 1991. IDEAL FOR SHADE
NEW! 'Winchester Cathedral' Winchester Cathedral is a large, double white rose with a subtle shading of buff, contrasts well with dark. Very Fragrant. Modern bush, 4'X4'. Zone 4-10. 1988
NEW! 'Young Lycidas' Magnificent, purple-magenta blooms of classic Old Rose beauty. Extremely fragrant combining tea and old rose with hints of cedar wood. Healthy, bushy growth. H 4.5' x 4'. 2008
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NEW! DENDRANTHEMA (Hardy Garden Mum) A vigorous cold hardy perennial. They like full sun and well-drained soil. Much more drought tolerant than standard florist mums. A more natural, less formal look for the fall flower border. Zones 5-9
'Bolero' Bolero' is an abundant bloomer with 3.5 inch wide, deep gold, daisy-like flowers that appear on tight, mounded plants. H 1-2'
'Cambodian Queen' Exceptionally large lavender-pink daisy flowers cover this vigorous mum from September to frost. H 2'
'Sheffield Pink' Single daisy-like apricot pink flowers with golden yellow centers cover this plant with a profuse bloom from late summer to frost. H 2-3'
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FLORIBUNDA Floribunda roses are ideal for borders or containers. With a cluster of flowers topping each stem, Floribunda roses provide an almost constant show of color, and bloom more freely than hybrid teas and grandifloras. Zone 5-9
'Brillant Pink Iceberg' Long pointed buds open to rich cerise-pink petals with creamy accents. A mild honey fragrance. This shrub blooms continously and heavily over the season. Very disease resistant. Modern bush, 3-5'. 2001.
'Burgundy Iceberg' Bred for hardiness and exceptional disease-resistance, this prolific bloomer has deep wine-purple blossoms. A compact variety that makes a perfect specimen in the smaller garden. Honey fragrance. Modern bush, 4'. 2003
'Ebb Tide' Dusky deep purple buds with a swirling center open into very double, old fashioned 3 1/2" flowers. So intensely clove scented that you could lose your balance while enjoying it. Repeat bloomer. H 4' x 4'. 2004
NEW! 'Iceberg' Large, semi-double, 4-6" blooms of pure white, virtually thornless stems. Voted by the World Federation of Rose Societies as one of the world's most favorite roses. Very hardy and fragrant. Modern shrub, 5'. 1958
'Julia Child' Personally chosen by the award winning chef herself, this rose combines old fashioned style with a delicious licorice fragrance. It features fully petaled butter-gold flowers, and a rounded, compact habit. 3-4', Zone 4-9, 2004.
'Sexy Rexy' Just about the most profuse blooming rose. Clusters and sprays jam-packed with perfect, camilla-like pink 3 1/2" blooms. This is a fabulous continual blooming compact bush, very vigorous. H 3' x 2.5', 1987.
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NEW! 'golden joy' This new cultivar from Wiel Linnsen of Holland offers improvements over other golden junipers. For one, its yellow is brighter than other available options and it maintains the brilliant color throughout the year. In addition, it is easy to grow and has a classic spreading and compact form. It grows more slowly, too, so it will stay beautiful and maintain a manageable size for years.
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GRANDIFLORA Tall elegant plants that bloom repeatedly during the season, they generally feature clustered blossoms with stems which are slightly shorter than those of hybrid tea roses. Zone 5-9
'Queen Elizabeth' Pink, moderately fragrant, large 3-4" ruffled flowers, in small clusters. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. Tall, bushy and thornless (mostly), 5-10'X 2-3'. 1954
NEW! 'Radiant Perfume' Boldest Yellow Rose with Intoxicating Citrus Fragrance! Long-stem blooms perfect for gardens and bouquets! A combination of dazzling color on long-stemmed blooms and irresistible lemon scent. H 5-6', Zone 4-8, 2005
'Strike It Rich' Elegant 5" buds of deep, golden yellow swirled with ruby red on long stems. Long lived flowers retain their color, blooming continually. Strong fragrance. H 5-6', 2007
NEW! 'Twilight Zone' Old Rose style, with an unusual, deep amethyst color on velvety, fully double blossoms. Strong fragrance of clove and citrus scent. Blooming in flushes all summer. Modern bush, 4'X3'. Zone 5-9. 2013
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HYBRID TEAS Hybrid Teas Roses are tall, elegant plants producing the classic long-stem rose with individual blossoms and flower repeatedly during the season. Hybrid Tea Roses are a Cultivar Group of roses, created by cross-breeding two different types of roses.
'Peace' Said to be the most popular rose of the 20th Century. 'Peace' has very fragrant, double, 6" flowers of a light yellow to cream color, slightly flushed at the petal edges with crimson-pink. A vigorous, strong bush. Continually blooming. 4'X3'. 1945.
NEW! 'Tiffany' Pretty and powerfully perfumed Tiffany grows perfect shaped, pink flowers which have a yellow base. Tiffany is an upright grower that can be 4'-5' tall. Multiple award winner. Repeat bloomer. 1954
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IRIS A large genus of plants with long, blade-like foliage and showy flowers excellent for cutting. With a wide range of color, bloom times, and cultural requirements, there are Iris for every garden.
cristata (Dwarf Crested Iris) A spreading native wildflower, 3.5" flowers. They works well in naturalized or woodland gardens. Full to part shade. Humus rich, well-drained soil. Spring, Zone 5-8
'Powder Blue Giant' Large flowers are a powder blue with golden crests accented by deep blue. H 6-8".
'Tennessee White' Vigorous spreader and prolific bloomer with white flowers with yellow crests. H 8-10".
ensata (Japanese Iris) Japanese Iris have huge, flouncy flowers that bloom in July, later than Bearded or Siberian Iris. Ideally suited to a pond edge, but do well in any moist, acidic, humus-rich soil. Sun to part shade. Zone 4-9
'Eileens Dream' Graceful large dark maroon double flowers that are dramatically splashed with yellow signals. H 32-36".
'Lady in Waiting' Near-white, lightly ruffled, double flowers with brushed lavender edges. The resulting flowers have a flat, open form. Signals are marked as small, simple yellow blotches. H 2-3'
'Picotee Wonder' With white and lavender blue flowers that are 5-6" across, this Japanese iris blooms a bit later than the others in this group, extending the flowering season. H 30-40"
'Pink Lady' This summer blooming Iris has clear pink petals and a yellow throat. H 32-36"
'Temple Bells' Beautiful dark purple flowers with yellow accents. H 3-4'
'Variegata' A strikingly beautiful, deer-resistant iris with creamy white-and-green, vertically striped, broad foliage. In late spring, each clump is topped with attractive, pale lavender-blue flowers. H 24-36".
germanica (Bearded Iris) Bearded Iris are loved for their large showy flowers and 2" wide leaves that are tinged in blue. Most bloom early to mid June, some varieties have a late summer rebloom. Average to infertile soil. Zone 3-9
'Fall Fiesta' A bi-color tall bearded iris with ruffled amber-tan falls topped with creamy yellow standards. Blooms in mid to late season. H 32-36"
'Happenstance' This multiple award winner produces baby pink flowers with coral beards and lightly ruffled, laced petals. Well-branched stems ensure a multitude of these vibrant pink blooms. Mid-season. 37"
mini-germanica These varieties produce Bearded iris but in miniature. Perfect for rock gardens, front of borders or in patio planters. Zone 3-9
'Eramosa Skies' Bright peachy pink with a large prominent fuchsia spot on the falls and bright coral beards. Blooms mid to late season. H 12"
NEW! 'Smart' Blooms very early in the season with red-violet blooms with dark purple accents. H 14"
'Savannah Sunset' Intense orange flowers that bloom extensively. H 32-38"
sibirica (Siberian Iris) Siberian Iris form elegant, upright blades of green foliage and an abundance of flowers in mid-late June, just after Bearded Iris and just before Japanese Iris. Each variety flowers for a couple of weeks. They are not fussy but prefer slightly acid to neutral soil, moist and humus rich. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3-9
'Butter and Sugar' White flowers above yellow falls. 28"
'Currier' Large purplish/ red falls, white wire rim and yellow base. Purplish standards. H 33"
'I See Stars' Unusual-looking Siberian iris is sure to be a star in the garden. Its 5½" flowers have six medium to dark blue flat petals with a clear white signal area netted in blue. H 26-30"
'Kita-No-Seiza' Brighten those problem spots with this graceful Siberian Iris. Butterflies are attracted to its blue-violet flowers, which are veined with white. 24-28"
'Peacock Ginger Twist' Layers of color – lavender standards, ginger falls, speckles all over and pearly pale gold styles. H 24-28"
'Peacock Painted Women' Stunning reddish falls, yellow signals at the base. Lavender and soft blue standards. H 24-26".
'Peacock Uncorked' 'Uncorked' has unique flowers in shades of golden yellow, sky blue, and purple-black with detailed veining. H 24-28"
'Swans in Flight' Beautiful variety with large white flowers and slender spiky leaves which add wonderful texture to the landscape. H 32".
'Welcome Return' 'Welcome Return' features repeat blooming flowers of violet blue with yellow blaze. Its blossoms first appear in late spring then again in summer. H 30-34".
'Yellow Tail' A beautiful semi-double Iris with white inner petals. Strong grower! Mid-Late bloom. H 28"
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NEW! JUNIPERUS X PFITZERIANA GOLDEN JOY Spreading Zone 4 Dwarf Yellow. This new cultivar from Wiel Linnsen of Holland offers improvements over other golden junipers. For one, its yellow is brighter than other available options and it maintains the brilliant color throughout the year. In addition, it is easy to grow and has a classic spreading and compact form. It grows more slowly, too, so it will stay beautiful and maintain a manageable size for years
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NEW! KNAUTIA (pincushion plant) Multitudes of pincushion flowers are produced tirelessly all summer long. A cute little cut flower. Politely self-sows. Prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. Mid June to August.
macedonica 'red knight' Double pincushion flowers of deep crimson over deeply divided lacy green leaves. A strong performer, carefree as long as you avoid clay soils. Flowers dry well. 22"
NEW! 'melton pastels' Pink, wine red, salmon, and light blue pastels colors. Long flower stems. June-Sept. 2-5'
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LANDSCAPE Landscape Roses are selected from a variety of classes, based on their ease of care. Landscape Roses are disease-resistant, require little pruning, grow quickly to fill a space and provide a long seasonal show of color. Most Landscape Roses are grown on their own root. Zone 4-9
'Carefree Sunshine' Carefree Roses have outstandingly disease-resistance. Clear yellow, single blooms appear in abundant clusters form spring to fall. Continual Bloom, 4x4, 2001
polyanthas 'The Fairy' One of the easiest roses to grow, this old-fashioned charmer produces sprays of small, double-pink flowers through first frost. Compact, bushy, 2 1/2'X4'. Zone 5-10. 1932
rugosa 'Linda Campbell' Features fragrant, bright red, semi-double blooms (to 3" across) in clusters of 5-15 blooms. Flowers in June and throughout the summer with an excellent repeat. Nearly thornless, good for hips. H 6' x 6-8', 1991
NEW! rugosa 'Therese Bugnet' An extremely hardy and disease resistant shrub. Beautiful, loosely double, rich pink flowers of Old Rose character. Good, strong fragrance. Attractive hips. H 5-6'x 4-6' W, Zone 2, 1950
NEW! rugosa 'Topaz Jewel' A wonderful Rugosa that blooms butter-yellow, then ages to cream. Very fragrant with hips in the Fall. 2-5' x up to 7', Zone 4-8. 1987
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NEW! LATHYRUS vernus (Spring Vetching) Deep pink to purple flowers emerge in early spring before the foliage. A clump forming pea that is happiest in rich soil that doesn't dry out. 1-1.5', Zone 3-7
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NEW! 'limeglow' Not your typical juniper! This amazing selection boasts feathery foliage in electric chartreuse, a color that makes a striking contrast to other greens in the garden. Its spreading, vase form and juvenile foliage lend a cheery presence in almost any garden, including one with hot, dry conditions. The yellow sport from 'Youngstown' is reported to hold its bright color and to resist sunburn. Selected by Larry Hatch with North Carolina State University
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NEW! 'miniature' More durable, adaptable and dense than the popular 'Compressa', this improved selection sports the same compact, bluish-green foliage and upright habit. It differs, though, in its broader pyramidal shape and its better tolerance to wind, cold and reflected sun. Try this reliable, vertical accent that is well suited for containers and a range of styles, from elegant to casual.
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NEW! PENSTEMON 'Pentastic Rose' Beautiful, bell-shaped, rose/white blooms are densely packed above the compact, tidy foliage from June to October. Attractive to bees, slug resistant, sun or part shade. H 8-12"
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NEW! PHLOMIS tuberosa Lovely lavender flower spikes held in whorls around flower stems reaching 5' in the air. A garden show piece. July-August. 5'
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NEW! RODGERSIA 'Fireworks' Plumes of deep rose arise over large, leathery, red tinged and veined leaflets. Very distinctive! Summer.36"
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SEDUM A large genus of succulent plants with clusters of small, starry flowers. Full sun and lean well drained soil a must! Zone 3/4-9
DWARF TYPES Spreading low growing succulents which are covered with starry flowers. They also make a great alternative ground cover in full sun, spreading even under the harshest conditions.
rupestre Also known as 'Rocky Stonecrop', vigorous, mat forming evergreen species.
'Angelina' Carpets of screaming gold needle like foliage with tiny yellow flowers in mid- summer. The foliage turns dark yellow and finally orange when the coldest weather arrives. 3-5"
'Chocolate Ball' This unique variety forms a low spreading mound of milk-chocolate, succulent, needle-like leaves that change to dazzling red with the onset of cooler temperatures in fall. Yellow flowers in summer and continue into fall. H 6-8".
sieboldii (October Daphne) Simple low arching stems with round grey leaves. Pink flowers in dense round clusters beginning in September. The foliage dies back in the winter. H 4-8".
sunsparkler series Groundcover type sedums offering colorful foliage with a compact mounded habit and large clusters flowers. Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Dazzleberry' Huge raspberry flower clusters completely engulf the smoky blue-grey, wide mounds of foliage. One of the earliest fall-blooming Sedum varieties. H Short, 4-8"
'Firecracker' Strong and robust, this densely, branched selection puts on a strong show of burgundy red color all season. Vibrant pink flowers are an added bonus in late summer. 6"
NEW! 'Lime Twister' Hot pink blooms in late summer to fall with variegated green and creamy white foliage. H 4"x18"W
'Lime Zinger' Fantastic lime-green leaves edged with bright cherry-red. In the late summer the carpet of colorful foliage is topped with large clusters of soft pink flowers. 6"
NEW! 'Wildfire' Forms a low, compact mound of shiny, cherry-red thumbnail-sized foliage with pink variegated edges. Large rose-pink flowers appear in late summer, lasting for weeks. H 6-8"
takesimense 'Atlantis' Small, serrated leaves are dark green with very wide creamy yellow margins, becoming tinged with pink blush tones with cold temperatures late in fall. Low, spreading sedum. H 4-6"
x. 'Little Miss Sunshine' Prized for its incredibly dark green, glossy foliage, compact size, and tidiness in the landscape. From early to midsummer, tiny clusters of yellow flowers cover the polished habit. H 6-8".
TALL LIVE FOREVER TYPES Clump forming, mostly upright plants which are topped with large clusters of small flowers. Flowers are nice for cutting or leaving on the plant for winter interest. Hardy and low maintenance. Attractive to butterflies.
spectabile 'Autumn Fire' Could this be the Sedum to surpass 'Autumn Joy' in quality and popularity? Thicker, more consistent and nicer looking overall according to the trails. Same rusty red color we love! Resistant to 'sudden sedum collapse' . H 2'
x. 'Class Act' This outstanding selection forms a strong, substantial mound of green succulent foliage topped with large, deep carmine-pink flower clusters that age to russet. H 18-23"
x. 'Mr. Goodbud' Large 5-6 inch clusters of vibrant purple pink flowers on purple red stems top the compact, upright clump of deep green, serrated foliage in late summer. The stems are very strong and relatively short, resisting flopping. 16"
x. 'Night Embers' This late season bloomer can be admired for its strictly upright habit of dark black-purple, semi-glossy succulent leaves and small clusters of light mauve pink flowers. H 24-26".
x. 'Rock n Grow Superstar' Dark turquoise foliage forms a dense, compact, mounded habit. Rosy pink flowers. H 10-12"
x. 'Touchdown Teak' An amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves, red stems, and a vigorous, upright-but low habit. Rose-red flowers are a summer feature. H 15" x 16" W.
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NEW! TRIFOLIUM repens A perennial ground cover and edger, a fantastic companion to other container plants, gracefully cascading over the edges. Tolerant of extreme heat and cold, hardy plants grow energetically in sun and shade. H 3-5" x 10-14" spread. Zone 4-10
'4 Luck Coco Mint' Burgundy brown with green centers.
'4 Luck Green Glow' Unusual bicolor shades of greens.
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NEW! UVULARIA perfoliata (Bellwort)
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