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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! ABIES The genus Abies, the true fir, offers beautiful, adaptable garden forms that exhibit exceptional uniformity and regular branching. Valued for a wide range of striking evergreen shapes and sizes that fill many landscape needs, Abies cultivars include broad and narrow upright trees, naturally low, prostrate forms, tiny varieties for use in rock gardens and troughs, and weeping forms that make outstanding focal points. Stiff, pointed needles, some of which recurve to show off silvery undersides, contribute rich colors and tight textures to garden scenes. Upright ornamental cones boast bright colors too. Most Abies prefer rich soil with abundant rainfall and are highly adaptable and easy to maintain when given good drainage. Hardiness varies by species.
NEW! koreana 'Cis' Cis Korean Fir. Abies koreana ‘Cis’ has radiating, dark green needles which lie flat on the stems and are highlighted by attractive, small, brown buds at the branch tips. This slow-growing, flattened, spherical plant has a formal, tidy appearance and glistening foliage that draws attention in the garden. Selected in Holland in 1989. Garden Size: 1.5’H x 2’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4
 
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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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NEW! BROCCOLI 'Green Magic' Summer-to-Fall broccoli has semi-domed, tight heads with medium-small beads. Widely adaptable. 57 days
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NEW! BUXUS sempervirens The handsome, hardy boxwood lends evergreen elegance to the edges of formal gardens where a small, globose presence is called for or where a broader, upright habit is needed. The versatile glossy green or variegated plants respond well to pruning and shaping, providing artistic potential in special garden situations. We offer superior species and cultivars, all known for their hardiness, unique form or truly dwarf size. Boxwood selections appreciate moist, cool soil with their roots protected.
NEW! sinica var. insularis 'Justin Brouwers' Possibly the most ideal garden boxwood, Buxus sinica var. insularis ‘Justin Brouwers’ will play a very important role in contemporary landscape. Small, dark green, glossy leaves maintain their color year-round, unlike many boxwood that tend to bronze in winter. ‘Justin Brouwers’ responds well to shearing and is attractive as an individual specimen or part of a highly manicured border, low hedge, or parterre. Left unsheared it will become an attractive garden feature that is wider than tall. Grows well in partial shade to full sun, tolerates dry conditions and shows some deer resistance. Garden Size: 2’H x 2’W 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4
 
NEW! 'Variegata' (Variegated English Boxwood) Buxus sempervirens ‘Variegata’ the leaves of this variegated form of English Boxwood have irregular, creamy yellow margins against dark green centers. A great choice for adding a dash of color to a special garden spot. Garden Size: 6’H x 4’W 3-6″/year Globe Shaped Zone 5 Variegated
 
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NEW! CHAMAECYPARIS Scores of choice Chamaecyparis cultivars offer a wide range of color, texture, and shape for nearly every landscape need. C. obtusa, commonly known as False or Hinoki Cypress, thrives in moist, well drained soil in full sun or partial shade and contributes sprays or fans of fine evergreen foliage to the landscape. C. pisifera, also known as Sawara Cypress, claims the best cold hardiness of the genus. Its cultivars thrive in full sun and contribute beautiful, feathery foliage to garden settings. Chamaecyparis grow native in North America, Japan and Taiwan.
NEW! obtusa 'Butterball' Bright, lemony yellow tips on tightly congested foliage give the small, globe-shaped Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Butter Ball’ a fresh, cheery look. The vivid coloring contrasts beautifully with naturally darker inner foliage. A consistently rounded habit and very slow growth distinguish the Butter Ball Hinoki Cypress as superior to others. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Garden Size: 2’H x 2’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 5 Yellow
 
NEW! obtusa 'Chirimen' The fascinating foliage of Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Chirimen’ displays multiple textures and colors. That explains the name, ‘Chirimen’, which is a dyed crepe fabric traditionally made from silk and used for making kimonos. Each narrow, upright tree becomes a cluster of thick, upright shoots that resemble bottle-brushes, with both juvenile and adult foliage in shades of blue and green. The effect is striking and unusual for a Hinoki cultivar. Use this textural accent where the crinkly, congested foliage will stand out. Requires excellent drainage. Garden Size: 4’H x 2’W Large: 3-5″/year Narrow Upright Zone 5 Bluish-Green
 
NEW! obtusa 'Fernspray Gold' Classy, arching sprays of golden, fern-like foliage decorate Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Fernspray Gold’. Each unique, flattened branch tapers to a point, just as a fern frond does. Give this intermediate-sized Hinoki plenty of sun and ample moisture to achieve the brightest gold, but use caution in hot climates, where scorching afternoon sun may be too much. Originally from Duncan and Davies, New Zealand. Garden Size: 12’H x 8’W Intermediate: 6-10″/year Broad Upright Zone 5 Yellow
 
NEW! obtusa 'Just Dandy' Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Just Dandy’, selected from among thousands of seedlings of C.o. ‘Nana Gracilis’ in 1981, is among the best of the best. Compact sprays of dense, finely textured foliage decorate the branches of the low, rounded, spreading plants. Such tight foliage is usually associated with miniature selections that have extremely slow growth, but this superior cultivar grows comparatively faster. It will reach the size of a beach ball within years instead of decades. Ultimately wider than tall, ‘Just Dandy’ contributes unparalleled grace and beauty to small spaces throughout the year. Garden Size: 1.5’H x 2’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 5
 
NEW! obtusa 'Melody' Lacy sprays of attractive lemon yellow foliage let the special Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Melody’ stand out in the garden. Found as a sport on C.o. ‘Graciosa’, it is slower growing than its parent. Narrow when young, it broadens with age. Winter brings bronze tones to the tips of the yellow foliage for a nice seasonal change. Tolerates full sun but flourishes in partial shade as well. Well-drained soil is a must. Garden Size: 6’H x 4’W Intermediate: 3-6″/year Broad Upright Zone 5 Yellow
 
NEW! obtusa 'Nana' Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Nana’, introduced in 1867, remains a highly regarded industry standard. Superior features explain the reason: tightly cupped fans of dark green, highly congested foliage form a dense, miniature mound that contributes beautifully to small-scale plantings, including rock gardens, troughs and container gardens. Reliable year-round performance and very slow growth assure that ‘Nana’ will retain its claim to fame. Garden Size: 2’H x 2’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 5
 
NEW! obtusa 'Nana Lutea' The golden yellow Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Nana Lutea’ has the same superior features as C.o. ‘Nana Gracilis’ with the addition of vibrant new growth. The compact, slow-growing small tree has an irregularly rounded form developing into an upright broad habit as it ages. Dense, golden sprays of foliage become brighter in more open settings. A valuable option for year-round garden color, it prefers some protection from harsh summer sun and desiccating winds. Garden Size: 4’H x 3’W Dwarf: 3-5″/year Broad Upright Zone 5 Yellow
 
NEW! obtusa 'Thoweil' A slow grower, Chamaecyparis obtusa ‘Thoweil’ will make a great feature specimen in the garden when creatively placed for 360° viewing. Its small, deep green foliage and naturally sculpted narrow upright habit make it a unique and stately addition to the garden. Alone in a container, it may be a featured patio specimen. Garden Size: 6’H x 2’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year Narrow Upright Zone 5
 
NEW! pisifera 'Blue Moon' The bright steel blue foliage of Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Blue Moon’ adds a special color element to the garden, featuring short stiff branches covered with juvenile foliage that develop into a tight, compact ball with minimal shearing required to maintain its tidy form. ‘Blue Moon’ can be planted as a single color accent or in groupings for bright blocks of color. An excellent choice for foundation plantings also. Grows best in full sun with moist, well-drained soil. Garden Size: 4’H x 4’W Dwarf: 3-5″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4 Blue
 
NEW! pisifera 'Cumulus' Tufts of needle-like, juvenile foliage give this rounded, bluish green selection its airy character, even when mature. Reminiscent of puffy clouds, the delicate choice adds a reliable element of soft texture to tight garden spaces. Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Cumulus’ stays small without pruning and its foliage is most dense when grown in full sun. Particularly useful for container, trough or rock gardens and other small sites. A fun choice for miniature topiary. Garden Size: 1.5’H x 1.5’W Dwarf: 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4 Bluish Green
 
NEW! pisifera 'Golden Mop' The finely textured, sunny foliage of the winning Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Golden Mop’ develops vibrant new spring growth that retains its brilliance and shines in the garden all year. Well-behaved, compact and hardy, the low, mounding conifer makes a versatile addition to border, bank or foundation. It produces best color in full sun and performs even in areas challenged by heat and humidity. Garden Size: 8’H x 8’W Intermediate: 3-6″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4 Yellow
 
NEW! pisifera 'Tsukumo' Ideal for the smallest site, Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Tsukumo’ is a rounded bun that almost doubles as a mossy green rock. It has dense, finely textured green foliage and grows so slowly that it won’t outsize a trough or rock garden. The compact cushion, which is hardy, tough and resilient, is wider than it is tall. Occasionally, short feathery plumes will sprout out among the fine foliage, adding character and dimension, or may simply be removed to maintain the most compact, tiny mound. Garden Size: 1.5’H x 1.5’W Miniature: 1-3″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4
 
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CLEMATIS Mostly climbers, many with large showy flowers. Will grow up trellises, arbors, shrubs, etc. Best to mulch or plant around the base of clematis, keeping the roots cool. Plant the base 2-3" below soil level to deter Clematis Wilt. The climbing varieties fall into 3 general categories/ pruning groups. 1,2 or 3 (sometimes A,B or C). TYPE 1, Blooms the earliest in Spring and sets their buds on old wood. TYPE 2, Can bloom on old and new wood, generally starts flowering in late Spring. TYPE 3, Blooms only on new wood. Flowering in summer or later. FOR PRUNING RECOMMENDATIONS, we offer a detailed handout. Please ask at the cashier desk. FS-full sun, PS-part sun/shade, S- shade. Zone 4-9, unless otherwise noted.
alpina 'Stolwijk Gold' Nodding, rich blue flowers provide a stunning contrast on bright gold foliage. An outstanding display! May-June, 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning group: A
 
montana 'Freda' Cherry-pink, 2" flowers with yellow anthers. Very deep bronze foliage. May-June, H16', FS-PS, Pruning Group: A
 
paniculata Very fragrant flowers in late summer. Vigorous plants that will grow to 30' over time or it can be cut to the ground in spring and still flower on robust foliage. Full sun to mostly shady.
 
species Clusters of small, dainty, fragrant, white flowers. Very vigorous. Aug.-Sept. 20'-30', Heirloom, Pruning group; A, B, or C.
 
'Sweet Summer Love' Vibrant shades of lush cranberry/violet in hundreds of starry blossoms. A Sweet Autumn Clematis in a new color and blooms earlier (August). Cherry-vanilla fragrance. Tall 12', Pruning Group:C
 
recta 'Serious Black' This unusual selection is not a vining plant but has a sprawling, bushy habit. Quickly bursts out of the ground in the spring, with foliage of smoky-purple that matures to deep olive green. Plants produce fragrant little ivory flower clusters in late spring to early summer. H 4-6'. FS-PS, Prune to the ground fall or early spring.
 
vitacella These hybrids are prized for their hardiness, vigor, reliability and flower power. Most are also wilt resistant. Flower best if pruned almost to the ground in spring. June-September F-PS, Planting Group:C.
 
'Avante Garde' This easy and vigorous clematis sports red and pink flowers all through summer in a two-tone display of beautiful button blossoms. H 8-12'.
 
'Betty Corning' A charming, fragrant, nodding flower with four petals of light blue. The 2" deep flowers have recurving tips to the petals. June-Sept, 5-6', Heirloom.
 
NEW! 'Polish Spirit' Saucer-shaped, velvety, rich violet-purple, 3" flowers, with lighter central bars. Blooming from midsummer to early fall. H 10-15'
 
'Venosa Violacea' 4-5" flowers of white background with purple veins throughout, turning all purple on the edges. Blooms July, August and September. H 8-10'. Tolerates shade well.
 
x. 'Abilene' A delightful pink flower with contrasting yellow anthers. As the flowers mature and fade, a central deep pink stripe becomes more prominent. Early to late summer bloom, PS, compact patio 3-4'. Pruning group 2. Tolerates shade well.
 
x. 'Blue Angel' The clear blue 3-4" flowers have delicately, crinkly edges and curve slightly. Anthers are creamy-yellow. FS-PS, H 10-12'. June-August. Pruning Group:C.
 
NEW! x. 'Bonanza' Mauve-blue flowers with pale yellow anthers that bloom in July–September. Hardy, vigorous, free-flowering, and bred for excellent disease resistance. Climbs to 8'. Tolerates partial shade. Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'Cardinal Wyszynski' Magnificent, very free flowering with large, 6-8" glowing crimson flowers, highlighted by a central cluster of dark anthers. Very vigorous climber. June-September; FS, 8-12', Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Cezanne' Covered in fragrant, 5-6", deep lavender-blue flowers from late spring-summer. Growing to only 3-6 ft. Award winning variety. Pruning group:2
 
NEW! x. 'Chelsea' The flowers are white with a subtle blue tint that shows best in partial shade. Grows to only 3ft. tall and is a good choice as a container plant or in the front of the garden. PS, Pruning Group:3.
 
NEW! x. 'Comtesse de Bouchard' Velvety, 4-6", rose-pink flowers with yellow stamens. June-Sept. H 6-8', F-PS, Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'Crystal Fountain' 6", semi-double, lilac-blue flowers. Plants are compact and free-flowering with two distinct flushes, one in late spring and again in late summer. FS-PS, 6', Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Diamantina' 'Diamantina' has many 4-6" blue/purple fully double flowers on each stem, each lasts up to 4 weeks. Repeats flowering throughout the summer. Great choice for containers. H 7', Late Spring- Early Fall, FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Dianas Delight' Diana’s Delight has beautiful, rich blue colored flowers with light and dark tones and a creamy yellow center. H 6', blooms June through early September. FS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Dr. Ruppel' Large, single, rose-red with carmine bar, 6-8" flowers in May, June and September. H 6-9', FS/PS, Zone 4,PGB1.
 
x. 'Fleuri' Compact and richly colored! Masses of 5" deep purple flowers with a central stripe in deeper tones of magenta. Blooms May-August, 3-4', FS-PS, Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'General Sikorski' Gorgeous mauve blue flowers that are contrasted with a red center. Free-flowering nature. June-September. H 7-10', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Gillian Blades' Beautiful ruffly flowers open with a hint of pale blue and mature to a pure white. Blooms in late spring and again in late summer. Its compact habit makes it a great choice for patio containers. H 7-8', FS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Giselle' Dusky pink, 5" flowers with a thin dark pink margin on the petals, dark pink center. Very free flowering from May-September. Compact habit, H 4-5'. FS-PS, Pruning Group:B.
 
NEW! x. 'Guernsey Cream' Large 5" flowers open a very light yellow with green bars in the center. After a day or two the flowers fade to a creamy- white. This subtle shade of white shows best against a dark background. A vigorous variety that blooms well in partial shade beginning in late May-July. Climb to 6-8'. Pruning Group;B
 
x. 'Jackmani' Profuse bloomer with dark purple, 4-6" flowers. June-August. H 12-10', FS-PS, Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'Josephine' This double clematis is a wonderful blending of cream to creamy green to pinkish mauve with striping. Each flower is a striking display, with its unusual coloration and shape. H 6-8', June-Sept., FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Nelly Moser' A 100 year old favorite. Pastel mauve-pink petals with carmine bar on these 7-9" flowers. May, June, and September bloom. H 8-12', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Niobe' Velvety, ruby-red with ivory stamens. June-Sept. H 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Piilu' Unusual flowering with double pink flowers produced in the spring and single pink later in the summer. One of the heaviest blooming varieties with flowers produced from the bottom of the stems to the top all season long. Compact growing to 6’. Spring-Fall. FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Rebecca' Very large flowers are a stunning magenta red with creamy yellow anthers. Free flowering, exceptionally beautiful red variety. May-June; H 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Sapphire Indigo' (Dwarf Clematis) This unique clematis stays true to name with long lasting dark purple blooms that fade to deep blue. It has stunning dark purple to black anthers. It is a continuous bloomer June - September. Growing to a height of 4' it is a good choice for containers. It can be grown in partial shade. No pruning! 3'X3'
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Daybreak' Lavender-purple flowers with a slightly darker midrib beginning in late May. Flowers can reach 7-9" across with full, overlapping petals. All of the Vancouver varieties have some of the largest flowers of any Clematis. May-June-Sept. H 6-9', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Deb Dahl' Deep lavender-blue flowers reaching 7-9 inches across. This is the color and flower size that gives Clematis the title “Queen of Vines". May-June-Sept., H 6-9', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Morning Mist' The largest flower at 12 inches across! Light lavender pink fades to white. Medium height, 6-8'. FS-PS & bright shade, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Mystic Gem' Pink flowers edged in white with red stamens in the center. Medium height, 6-8'. FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Plum Gorgeous' Velvety-plum colored flowers that fade to purple-blue in summer. The flowers are solid plum with no bar. Blooms June-September. H 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
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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! '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! 'Eden' Large, old fashioned, fully double 4 1/2", cupped blooms (petals 100). The blooms are an unusual blend of pastel pinks, creams and yellows. Vigorous bushy, disease-resistant plant. A versatile repeat blooming climber. H 8-10' x 6'. 1997.
 
NEW! 'Fourth of July' A large-flowered rose, featuring profuse clusters of sweetly scented, semi-double blooms (to 4.5" dia.) which are red and white striped. Repeat bloomer. H 10-14', 1999
 
NEW! '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
 
NEW! 'Tropical Lightning' Here's a color combo that is rarely seen in climbing roses. Deep, smoky orange roses are streaked in creamy yellow and feature a soft blush of coral with hints of purple in the mix. Exhibition-quality variety that bears nicely pointed fragrant blooms, and plenty of them. From late spring to fall, abundant clusters of 3-4 double roses. H 8-10', Zone 4-9. 2016
 
NEW! '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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CUCUMBERS Warm temperatures and well-drained soil are essential for good growth. Some added lime is appreciated.
'Burpless Diva' A fantastic tasting AAS winner, ‘Diva’ is distinctly tender, crisp, sweet, bitter-free, and virtually seedless. Looks like a regular salad cucumber but with a much smoother, thin, no-peel skin. Does not require pollination to set fruit. Disease tolerant. 58 days.
 
NEW! 'Gateway' (Slicing) A long, dark green, 8.5 to 9 inch, delicious cucumber that stands up to downy mildew and other diseases better than other slicers. Gateway's disease resistance package is unbeatable. 55 days
 
'Pickling Little Leaf' This high-yielding variety has distinctive bright emerald green fruit for salads and pickling. Short, space saving vines and small leaves provide easy visibility for harvesting. Pick fruits at a small size to maintain good color and shape. 57 days.
 
'Tyria' (English) Here is the English Cucumber you have all been asking for! A long European style, seedless cucumber, average 14" long, lightly ribbed, beautiful, dark green fruits. Bitter free. Trellis for straight fruits. 56 days
 
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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
'Charlotte' The blooms start off beautifully cupped, later opening out to form a rosette shape. Medium-strong Tea Rose fragrance. For those with particularly cold winters, one of the hardiest. 4 ft. x 3 ft.
 
NEW! 'Grace' Highly Fragrant! An outstanding garden plant producing many charming, pure apricot rosettes. Delicious, warm tea fragrance. Very healthy and repeat flowers extremely well. H 4' x 4', 2001.
 
'Graham Thomas' The tea-rose fragrance will drift through your garden from these cup-shaped rich yellow blooms. Modern bush or climber, 5-10'X5-10'. 1983
 
'Jubilee Celebration' Rich salmon-pink with tints of gold on the underside of the petals. Very fragrant. Modern bush, 4'X4'. 2011.
 
'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
 
NEW! 'Munstead Wood' The buds are a light crimson and as the flower opens the color becomes deeper and more intense. Very fragrant. Modern bush, 3'X3'. Zone 5-10.
 
NEW! '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.
 
'The Alnwick Rose' Pretty rich pink buds open to deeply cupped blooms of soft pink in color with paler edges repeatedly throughout the summer into autumn. Old Rose fragrance with just a hint of raspberry. 4'x3', 2001
 
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FERNS Ferns reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. All Ferns listed prefer partial to full shade and rich, moist soils high in organic matter unless otherwise stated.
ADIANTUM pedatum (Northern Maidenhair) Nearly circular foliage is light to medium green, fine textured and graceful. A hardy and fast growing fern loved for its delicate appearance. Bright filtered light. Spreading. 12-20", Zone 3-8
 
ATHYRIUM (Lady Fern) This genus contains some of most popular deciduous ferns.
 
filix-femina A large feathery species of native fern valued for its tough, easy to care for nature. They are some of the most beautiful ferns you will find. Zone 4-8
 
'Branford Rambler' A spreading form with dark green fronds with a hint of red. Spreads from runner growth. Early to emerge in spring. 1-2'
 
'Dres Dagger' Attractive dark green fronds are crested with crispy dagger-like tips arranged in a criss-cross pattern. Typical clump grows to only 18" tall and as wide.
 
'Lady In Red' Bright red stems the color of ruby chard on this deep green lady fern. The color improves as the plant matures. 2-3'
 
'Minutissima' (Dwarf Lady Fern) Compact clone of the native Lady Fern. Vigorous growing and spreading makes this variety an ideal ground cover for shaded areas. 12", Zone 3-9
 
'Victoriae' Considered the 'Queen of Ferns". An unusual fern with unique arching, narrow fronds that criscross to form X's. A 3-dimensional stunner in the woodland garden. H 18", spread 18".
 
niponicum A species valued for its colorful cultivars. Most display their best color when exposed to direct sunlight. Zone 4-8
 
'Godzilla' (Godzilla Painted Fern) Larger and more vigorous than A.'Pictum', 'Godzilla' is thought to be a cross between Lady Fern and Japanese Painted. Large silver leaves are marked with purple and green on purple stems. 3'
 
'Pictum' (Japanese Painted Fern) Grey green fronds touched with silver and pink. Red stems. 15"
 
NEW! pictum 'Pearly White' 'Pearly White' is just about as creamy as Japanese Painted Fern can get. Fronds with light green edges and a white center give an ivory green appearance that blends well with other perennials without being too white or too much of a contrast. H 12-18".
 
DRYOPTERIS (Male or Wood Fern) There are many species of Dryopteris, in a variety of sizes and shapes. This is a species of colorful ferns that provide hints and flashes of many colors.
 
affinis 'Cristata' (Golden Male Fern) 'The King'. Upright fronds of shiny dark green leaves with branching tips. Use as a specimen plant or background fern. Semi-evergreen. 2-3', Zone 4-8
 
erythrosora 'Brillance' (Autumn Fern) Distinguished by its bronze foliage. Young fronds change from coppery pink to deep, glossy green when mature. 18-24". Zone 5-8
 
MATTEUCCIA struthiopteris 'Jumbo' (Ostrich Fern) A vigorous spreader that does not form a mat but rather sends out ‘pioneers’ 12" from the mother plant. One of the most classic ferns that has a stately grace to its large arching fronds. 3-6', Zone 2-8
 
POLYSTICHUM Evergreen ferns native to North America. Zone 4-8.
 
acrostichoides (Christmas Fern) An asymmetrical fern with fine texture and a dense crown that will sprout fiddleheads in the spring. An excellent host for butterfly larvae. Easy to grow, so can be used in many settings and soils. 2-3'.
 
polyblepharum (Tassel Fern) Particularly beautiful when the new fronds emerge stiffly, then drop backwards to form a tassel. Evergreen, frosted underside. H 2-3'
 
THELYPTERIS decursive-pinnata (Beech Fern) This fern has 18-24" narrow, erect tapering fronds that are a nice bright green, all season long, only going down after a hard freeze. Zone 4-10
 
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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
NEW! 'Angel Face' Exceptionally Fragrant! Clusters of deep-lavender semi-double (3.5") ruffled blooms with a ruby blushed edge. Continual blooming rose. H 3' x 3', 1968.
 
'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
 
NEW! 'Easy To Please' A lovely, easy to grow rose, that repeat blooms all summer long! This fuchsia pink rose produces clusters of perfectly shaped blooms with an intoxicating clove and cinnamon fragrance. Disease resistant. H 3-4' x 3-4'. 2017
 
NEW! '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
 
'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.
 
NEW! '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.
 
NEW! 'Sparkle and Shine' This intensely colorful rose descends from noted award winning roses Julia Child and Sun Flare. Clusters of brilliant yellow blossoms compliment a rounded and bushy plant. Blooms resist fading and disease resistance is strong. H 3-4' x 3-4'. 2011.
 
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NEW! GARLIC A strong-smelling pungent-tasting bulb, used as a flavoring in cooking and in herbal medicine. The plant, closely related to the onion, that produces a bulb.
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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
'Annas Promise' Anna’s Promise was named after Downton Abby’s head housemaid, Anna Bates, and shows off blooms with a pink blush and copper reverse with a strong grapefruit and apple scent. Blooms throughout the season. Modern bush, 5-6'X4'. 2013
 
NEW! 'Easy Elegance Sweet Fragrance' Buds of coral and orange with a deep yellow base swirl open to full, fragrant, apricot blossoms. Blooms mature to salmon-pink, adding interest with the range of colors. Long stems are perfect for cutting. Disease resistant. Own root. H 2-4' x 2-3'. 1991
 
'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
 
'Strike It Rich' Elegant buds of deep, golden yellow swirled with ruby red on long stems. Long lived flowers retain their color. Strong sweet spice fragrance. 5-6'.
 
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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.
NEW! '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.
 
'Sedona' Large coral blend blossoms with a strong pear scent. Early Spring blooms to 5 inch in size. Modern bush, 5'. Zone 5-9. 2010
 
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NEW! ILEX From the whole host of Ilex species, we have chosen these few cultivars for their small, dense evergreen foliage and unusual habits. These dwarf, ornamental plants make great companions for other plants, where they punctuate garden scenes with their fine texture and tight forms. Give plants well-drained soil, rich in humus and grow in sun to partial shade.
NEW! crenata 'Sky Pencil' A tall, slender, female holly with a distinctive, upright habit, Ilex crenata ‘Sky Pencil’ makes an attractive structural feature in perennial garden or container, or it makes an unusual, slow-growing hedge. Dark green, glossy leaves are small and rounded. From Japan, by way of the U.S. National Arboretum, this selection should be about 5′ tall and less than 1′ wide in 10 years, but it can achieve 10′ in time. Garden Size: 10’H x 3’W 6-10″/year Narrow Upright Zone 5
 
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NEW! JUNIPERUS Native ranges of juniper span much of the northern hemisphere, from the Arctic to China, tropical Africa and the mountains of Central America. This could explain the versatility and variety of the genus, which is among the most useful of conifers. Diverse growth habits and colorful seasonal foliage guarantee that there is a juniper suitable for nearly every landscape situation. Most are extremely cold hardy and resist pollution. We offer selections chosen for striking colors, superior habits and interesting shapes. These adaptable plants enjoy well-drained soil and full sun.
NEW! chinensis 'Shimpaku' This versatile, vase-shaped Juniperus chinensis ‘Shimpaku’ develops upright, fountain-like branches that are covered in robust, green, awl-shaped foliage. Appreciated by bonsai enthusiasts for an irregular form and exposed, peeling bark, it also makes an interesting addition to container arrangements and garden beds. Garden Size: 3’H x 6’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year Spreading Zone 4
 
NEW! communis 'Compressa' Resembling an elegant, tapered candle with silvery, blue-green foliage, Juniperus communis ‘Compressa’ makes a superior, vertical accent, especially in containers, the rock garden and other small spaces. Its dense, vertical branches grow very slowly and stay in perfect scale with other choice rockery plants. Garden Size: 3’H x 1’W Dwarf: 2-4″/year Narrow Upright Zone 4 Bluish Green
 
NEW! horizontalis 'Gold Strike' The spreading, vivid yellow foliage of Juniperus horizontalis ‘Gold Strike’ creates a bright, cheery spot in the garden throughout the year. In spring, brilliant new growth freshens up the chartreuse interior foliage and continues the sparkling display through fall, when the look gradually softens with coral tones. The low, somewhat mounded, seedling selection from J.h. ‘Mother Lode’ performs best grown in moist, well-drained soil and protected from scorching sun. Garden Size: 6″H x 3’W Dwarf: 2-4″/year Prostrate Zone 3 Yellow
 
NEW! horizontalis 'Mother Lode' Juniperus horizontalis ‘Mother Lode’ has bright, golden yellow foliage in spring and summer which transitions to rich, burgundy plum undertones during the winter giving this extremely flat, ground-hugging juniper long-term garden interest. Discovered at Iseli Nursery in 1982 as a sport on J. h. ‘Wiltoni’, it performs admirably in full or partial sun. Let it cascade over a bank, define a mound, or cover ground planted in masses. Use with other colorful plants for an exciting statement in the garden. Garden Size: 6″H x 4’W Dwarf: 3-5″/year Prostrate Zone 3 Yellow
 
NEW! x pfitzeriana 'Golden Joy' uniperus x pfitzeriana ‘Golden Joy’ is new cultivar from Wiel Linnsen of Holland that 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. Garden Size: 3’H x 6’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year
 
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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
NEW! 'Bonica' This variety bears dainty clusters of small to medium-sized, rose pink flowers, with a light fragrance. If the flowers are not dead-headed they will be followed by a wonderful crop of bright red hips, which last long into the winter. Hardy, repeats well and has little disease. H 4' x 5'. 1981
 
'Carefree Sunshine' Carefree Roses have outstandingly disease-resistance. Clear yellow, single blooms appear in abundant clusters form spring to fall. Continual Bloom, 4x4, 2001
 
'Carefree Wonder' This easy to grow rose produces semi-double cupped blooms of china-pink with a creamy white reverse. A disease-resistant compact bush that blooms continually. 4x3', 1990
 
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
 
NEW! 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 'Purple Pavement' Large, ruffled blossoms with a purple-red color and strong fragrance. In the fall, the blossoms turn to large hips, and the foliage turns to shades of yellow and maroon. Repeat bloomer. Hardy bush, 3-6'X3-6'. Zone 3. 1986
 
NEW! 'Sea Foam' A compact shrub that produces a large number of double creamy-white, 2.5", blooms. Many rose growers have also found this variety useful as a ground cover when trimmed properly. H 2-3" x 6'. 1964
 
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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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LETTUCE Lettuce is hardy and can be planted as early as the soil can be worked. It is a cool season crop and makes its best growth when temperatures are between 60-65 degrees. Plant every 3 weeks for a continous supply. Careful variety selection is important for hot weather crops.
butterhead-boston-bib Highest eating quality. Large ruffly outer leaves surrounding a soft, folded, and blanched heart.
 
'Adriana' (green) Heat tolerant, dark green butterhead. Heads are full and dense with good flavor. Good disease resistance and tolerance to bolting and tip burn. 48 days
 
'Alkindus' (red) Gorgeous butterhead attracts attention with glossy leaves that contrast dynamic red with bright apple green. Performs well in the spring, summer and fall. 45 days
 
iceberg 'Great Lakes' Adaptable iceberg. Medium sized, glossy green, firm heads. White interior, juicy and mild. 75 days
 
leaf lettuce types Easiest to grow. The heads of this type do not close tightly, but form an open rosette. You pick as needed for salad without harvesting the whole plant.
 
'All Star Gourmet' A mix of different colors and interesting textures. Good shelf life. Very popular mix! 28 days
 
'New Red Fire' (red) Large loose heads are green at the base and dark red at the ruffled edges. Suitable for both cool and warm conditions and retains its crisp fresh flavor throughout the season. 55 days to full size.
 
NEW! 'Starfighter' (green) Produces high yields of uniform, medium sized heads of dark green, slightly savoyed leafs. Heat tolerant and disease resistant. 52 days
 
romaine The leaves are thick, crisp and juicy with sweetness unmatched by other lettuce types.
 
'Red Rosie' (red) Attractive, light red romaine. 'Red Rosie' has an upright habit. The leaves are red more than half way down and then fade to green, creating a unique 'half and half' look. Resistant to downy mildew. 56 Days
 
'Sparx' (green) High-yielding, upright, dense heads produce long, uniform hearts with good flavor. Heat tolerant. Ideal for spring, summer, or fall harvests. 58 days from germination.
 
summer crisp Easy to grow, relatively heat tolerant and harvestable from baby to full size.
 
'Magenta' (red) Shiny slightly puckered, red tinged leaves form a whorled conical head with a crispy heart. Ideal for spring and summer planting with good taste and tolerance to disease. 48 days
 
NEW! 'Nevada' (green) Bright green leaves with an upright whorl. Resists tipburn, bottom rot and bolting and its great taste stays mild. Heavy heads. Leaves are thick, juicy and flavorful. 48 days
 
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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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MINT mentha An easy to grow perennial with a wide variety of scents and flavors. Many are spreading and invasive, so choose their spot in the garden with care. Use root barriers or grow in containers. All may be used in teas and cooking. Mints prefer full sun to partial shade and rich, moist, well-drained soil. Poor soils will slow the spreading growth of most mints. A potential groundcover for difficult areas, can be mowed regularly. Zone 4
NEW! 'Chocolate' Delightful 'Peppermint Patty' scent! Wonderful flavoring for deserts or to pop in a glass of water. H 18-24"
 
'Peppermint' A powerful peppermint flavor and aroma. Contains menthol, which is used medically as a digestive aid. H 8-15".
 
spicata 'Kentucky Colonel' (Spearmint) A larger green leaved variety with extra strong flavor. H 2-3'
 
villosa 'Mojito Cocktail' This is the true mint used in Mojitos; it's more mild in flavor and scent than some other mints. H 12-18"
 
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ONIONS Any fertile, well-drained, loose soil in full sun will produce healthy bulbs.
allium cepa 'Green Banner' (Bunching) Bunching onion does not form a real bulb. Vigorous, early maturing variety that produces high quality bunches. Tops are strong and very dark green. Outstanding performer in spring and fall plantings.
 
NEW! 'Cabernet' (Red) Early yields of red onions. Medium-large, globe-shaped with deep-red color. 4-6 months storage. 100 days
 
'Yellow Sweet Spanish' Mildly flavored, early, medium-large onions with long storage capability. 115 days
 
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NEW! OSMANTHUS These cultivars of Japanese False Holly (Osmanthus heterophyllus) become wonderful medium-size, evergreen shrubs. They grow predictably into attractive plants that are both striking and tough as nails: the holly-like leaves on the shrubs bear bright splashes of color, and the plants, of Asian origin, are durable and easy to grow. Use them to anchor dramatic container arrangements or use them in garden settings as attractive accents or low hedges. These generally pest-free plants are quickly gaining popularity, because of their considerable resistance to browsing deer.
NEW! heterophyllus 'Ogon' The yellow foliage of Osmanthus heterophyllus ‘Ogon’ has a wonderful, waxy sheen that gives it a classy character. Wider than tall, it grows very slowly and produces a wonderful, warm glow in the garden bed, border or container, given appropriate conditions. It performs best in partial shade, protected from blazing sun, drying winds and air pollution. A large, curvy cluster makes an eye-catching garden feature that resists grazing deer. Garden Size: 4’H x 4’W 3-5″/year Globe Shaped Zone 6 Yellow
 
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PEPPERS There are two major classes of peppers; hot and sweet. They require well drained, fertile soil with abundant amounts of phosphorus and calcium to do best, they also like even temperature and warm nights for good fruiting.
HOT 'Spicy food is a delicious treat especially if you are into heat', usually that spice comes from some sort of pepper. Peppers come in all sorts of sizes, shapes, colors and varying degrees of heat. We've ranked the taste of our hot peppers from mildly hot (1) to hottest (5).
 
ANAHEIM Early maturity, huge yields of large, flat, smooth, thick walled and pungent fruits up to 9" long. Turning from light green to red when mature. 74-76 days. Heat Index 1.
 
NEW! ANCHO-POBLANO 'Trident F1' These plants produce high yields of extra large 5" long by 2 1/2" wide fruits. Mildly hot, they turn from glossy black-green color to a red brick color. Suited for multiple harvests where it has the ability to maintain fruit size. Excellent for making chili powder, sauces, roasting and the classic Mole sauce. 80-85 days. Heat Index 2
 
CHILI PEPPER 'Cayenne Long Red Thin' A fiery hot pepper with great flavor. Plant bears long, red fruits that are often curled, no thicker than a pencil, 5" long and 1/2 " thick. Fruits turn from dark green to bright red when mature. Especially good for pickles, hot sauces and drying. Wonderful in chili and salsas. 72 days. Heat Index of 2
 
CHILI PEPPER 'Super Chili' Plants produce high yields of 1 1/2" long by 1/2" wide peppers. They grow upright in clusters, are VERY HOT, and turn from light green to red when mature. Plants produce 3X as many peppers as regular chili peppers. 75 days. Heat Index 5
 
HABANERO 'Burning Bush F1' Wrinkled, lantern shaped 'Chichen Itza'-type peppers are produced on early maturing, sturdy and productive plants. Matures 15 to 25 days earlier than other habaneros. Green to mature orange in color. 3x1-1/2", 85 days. Heat Index 4
 
NEW! HOT SPECIALTY PEPPER 'Mad Hatter F1' These unusually shaped peppers resemble a bishops crown. Fruits average 2 1/4" diameter on big bushy plants. Moderately sweet flesh with floral and citrus notes and a touch of heat near the seed cavity. Heat Index 1. 85 days, 105 red ripe.
 
JALAPENO 'Jalapeno M' A very early maturing hot jalapeno, compact plants with sturdy branches produce many small green peppers that will slowly turn to red as the fruit matures. They are hottest when they are red ripe. The short, sausage shaped, blunt fruits are 2-3"x1", are thick walled and juicy. Use fresh, pickled or in sauces. 60 days green, 83 days red . Heat Index of 2
 
SERRANO 'Serrano' Serrano is a type of chili pepper that originated in Mexico. They have thin walls and don't need to be peeled or steamed before using making it the easiest chili to use in salsa. Green in color and ripens to red, orange or yellow, 1-2" long by 1/2" wide. It is said that these chilies are 5X hotter than jalapenos. 85-90 days. Heat Index 3
 
SWEET BELL Colorful, crisp and sweet, bell peppers are one of the most nutrient and antioxidant packed vegetable there is; full of vitamins C, A, E, B6 and six carotenoids. At only 28 calories for one cup, you don't have to be afraid to indulge. Peppers are most nutritious when fully ripened.
 
'Better Belle 11' Andy's favorite! An extra early pepper. It produces very high yields of medium to large fruits. Very strong branching plants with good leaf cover. When fully ripe these peppers will turn red. 66 days green
 
'Golden California Wonder' Amazing bright yellow peppers. Sweet, juicy and tasty! Mild and delicious, these peppers are 3 3/4" long and 3 1/2" wide. Peppers turn from an emerald green to a terrific golden color. Great for stuffing, stir-fry and fresh in salads. An open pollinated, Heirloom variety dating back to the 1920's. 72 days.
 
'Mini Bell Cupid Mix F1' Early, sweet, mini bell mixture of Red and Yellow fruits. Fruits are blocky to slightly pointed, avg. 2" X 1 3/4", and are particularly sweet when red. Large, well-branched plants protect the fruits from sunscald. 55 days green, 75 days red.
 
'Orange Blaze' Very sweet, early to mature and did we mention ORANGE? Intense high impact orange that electrifies salads and stir fries. Gourmet style lobed fruits are 3 to 4 inches long and 1 1/2 inches wide. Flavor and color peak at the same time. 65 to 70 days
 
'Red Beauty' King of the Red Bells! Also known as 'Red Baron', this variety is mature relatively early in the season with excellent red qualities. Smooth, blocky, thick fleshed fruits are medium large (4x3.5") and plentiful. Good for eating fresh, roasting and stuffing. green to red in 70-72 days
 
SWEET SPECIALTY Not the traditional blocky bell shape, but just as tasty. Also, equally nutritious as the Bell types. These varieties resemble the old fashioned frying pepper.
 
CUBANELLE 'Biscayne F1' (Italian Frying) Early, productive Cubanelle. 6" x 2 1/4", cylindrical fruits famous for frying. Unripe color is pale green. 65-70 days
 
ITALIAN 'Carmen' An Italian variety bred especially for roasting and grilling. The walls are thinner with lower water content, making the sweet flavor more concentrated. Horn shaped 6" x 2 1/2" tapering to a point. Green maturing to a dark crimson red. 80 days from transplant
 
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PETUNIA Blooming in almost any color imaginable, Petunias deserve a place in everyone’s garden. They are long blooming, versatile plants that look nice in both containers and in borders. Full to part sun.
exserta A rare jewel! A profuse bloomer, unusual long tubes open into exotic 2.5" vivid deep crimson flowers from early Summer to Fall. Easy and fast with a 2'x 2' upright, bushy form. Hummingbird pollinated.
 
hybrids Standard bedding Petunias encompassing grandiflora, floribunda and multiflora types.
 
floribunda 'Madness Burgundy' Masses of large blooms on compact plants. Great garden performers.
 
grandiflora Produces the largest flowers of all the petunias.
 
NEW! 'Aladdin Orange' This petunia has a nice orange flower that is about 3 1/2" across or bigger, the flowers have a wavy look to them. H 12" x 18" W
 
'Dreams Rose Morn' 3 1/2", hot rose with a white morn center and yellow throat. This seed produced petunia is noted for its holding ability under hot, humid and rainy conditions. 10-15" X 10-12" spread
 
pretty grand series Large blooms, with good branching and disease resistance. Will make a tidy basket. Available in Midnight (Royal Blue), Red, Summer (Cherry-Red) and White. H 7-10", spread 8-12".
 
'Prism Sunshine' An improved yellow with large blooms on compact plants. Winner of the All American Award and Fleuroselect Gold Metal.
 
'Sophistica Antique Shades' Large, waxy petals with dusty pink outer edges, surrendering to a subtle antique yellow center. 10-15"
 
'Sophistica Lime Bicolor' Deep rose pink petals swirled and brushed together with pale yellow creating an artistic blend in every flower. H 10-15", spread 10-12".
 
supercascade series A cascading variety ideal for containers. Available in blue, burgundy, lilac, red and white.
 
integrifolia 'Magenta' A unique open pollinated species. Not widely available elsewhere. Blooms all summer without deadheading. Neither torrential rains nor tropical heat bothers these beauties. Reseeds freely, to the joy of many a gardener. H 2' x 2'
 
multiflora Very heavy bloomers on nicely mounded plants.
 
'Evening Scentsation Blue' True blue All-America Selections winner has a fragrance that gets more alluring as the sun sets, filling your summer evenings with a heavenly hyacinth scent and notes of rose and honey. Brilliant indigo 2" blooms that billow from baskets or patio containers, and are dramatic when planted en masse.
 
'Good n Plenty Orange' Producing a bouquet of orange-salmon flowers with a tight and uniform habit. H 8-12"
 
supertunia hybrids Large flowers and a vigorous sprawling habit make these robust, tireless bloomers ideal for containers or as ground covers. Attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies.
 
'Amour Queen Of Hearts' Five striking red hearts on each bloom. The bright red hearts contrast beautifully with the golden yellow stripes that create a central 'star' on each flower.
 
'Cascadia Indian Summer' Large, lightly ruffled blooms of varied shades of yellow to rose to pink, lending a terracotta look. Semi-trailing, 10-18"
 
'Crazytunia Black Mamba' Pure black, velvety, medium to large blossoms grow in a mounding habit with exceptional heat tolerance, never fading or streaking, even as they age.
 
'Daybreak Charm' Vibrant sunshine yellow and watermelon pink flowers are eye-catching and unique. 8-12"
 
'Headliner Raspberry Swirl' Dramatic color and early flowering makes this trailing, mounding petunia exciting! H 10-16" X 20-30" W
 
'Honey' Beautiful blooms with a mix of soft oranges, yellows, and pinks. Slightly mounded habit, and used as both a filler and a spiller in containers. 8-12"
 
'Johnny Flame' This stunning beauty offers rosy-purple blooms with a deeper magenta-purple splash on every petal -- dark, intense, and absolutely irresistible!
 
'Lime Light' Distinctive compact variety has trumpet shaped blooms in rose with a lime border. Early blooming and highly floriferous with a mounding habit. 12" x 12".
 
'Limoncello' Bushy, compact and free-flowering, with large wavy blooms in an attractive two tone creamy-yellow bicolor, resembling the delicious Italian liqueur.
 
'Night Sky' It produces masses of velvety indigo blue flowers with a host of pure white flecks and spots - just like gazing into a far-away galaxy, reminiscent of the constellations viewed above on a clear night.
 
'Phantom' Velvety almost black petals, with a striking yellow star center. 8-12"
 
'Really Red' The bold, REALLY red flowers are large and numerous. Blooms all season. 8-12"
 
'Royal Velvet' Fragrant purple flowering petunia will provide brilliant color in baskets, beds, balconies and combo planters. H 10", trails to 48".
 
'Starlet Pink Lemonade' Compact and subtle, this rose bicolor has vigor and uniformity. 6-10" X 8-10"
 
surfinia series This series offers intense color, vigorous growth and tons of flowers. No deadheading required! Surprisingly weather resistant. H 6-10", spread 24".
 
'Heavenly Blue' This plant has nicely ruffled, deep lavender-blue blossoms with burgundy throats.
 
'Sky Blue' Cool lavender blue trumpet blooms.
 
'Vista Bubble Gum' Bubble gum pink flowers, so vigorous and showy that they can be seen from a distant view (vista). In my opinion, the best petunia money can buy! 16-24", spread 2'.
 
wave series The most popular of the petunias. Super fast growing, easy to care for, they spread and trail. No deadheading! Superb flower-power and unbeatable weather tolerance.
 
easy wave series Very similiar to original Waves, just taller. Spreading 30-39" wide and 6-12" tall. Available in Blue, Burgundy Velour, Neon Rose, Plum Vein, Pink Passion, Red, Rosy Dawn, Violet, White and Yellow.
 
'Shock Wave Denim' The colors change as the bloom ages creating carpets of lavender, blue, purple, nearly white and every shade in between. Spreading 30-36" wide and 7-10" tall.
 
'Tidal Wave Cherry' Magenta pink flowers with extra vigorous habit, spreading 30"-60" wide, 16"-22" tall. With proper support will grow upward 2-3'.
 
'Tidal Wave Red Velour' Tidal Wave Velour Red petunias have masses of 4", dark blood red flowers. Plants spread like a ground cover up to 4'. Height 16-22", 30-60" spread.
 
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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! PICEA The genus Picea (spruce) offers so much variety in size, shape, color and landscape use that it is easy to believe one or more choices will fill any imaginable garden need. Distinctive cultivars from 13 species include a range of color choices: blue, green, gray, gold, yellow, silver, white and combinations. They include a range of size, from very small (miniature) to very tall (large), and a range of shape, from low, spreading domes to upright, broad majesties, from radically prostrate forms to weeping towers. Whatever the design need, we offer the best selections, plants proven to be beautiful garden assets, with hardiness and climate adaptability for areas as diverse as Georgia and the coldest parts of the US and Canada.
NEW! abies 'Tompa' Fresh green needles and a compact habit make the slow-growing Picea abies ‘Tompa’ a great choice for smaller landscapes and rock gardens. Its wide, conical shape resembles the well-known Alberta Spruce for which it is a superior alternative. Garden Size: 3’H x 2’W Dwarf: 2-4″/year
 
NEW! glauca 'Blue Planet' Picea glauca ‘Blue Planet’ is covered with some of the tiniest needles on the planet—this miniature bun is a reliable choice for tight garden spaces. The short, thin needles have a slight blue cast which complements the true greens and blues in the landscape. Excellent selection for the railway garden, troughs, and rock garden. Expose to full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Garden Size: 1’H x 1’W Miniature: 1-2″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4 Bluish
 
NEW! glauca 'Jeans Dilly' Picea glauca ‘Jean’s Dilly’ (pronounced “John’s”) this extraordinary, Alberta-type selection bears the name of dwarf conifer pioneer Jean Iseli. ‘Jean’s Dilly’ was named by his brother, Andre’, to note the plant’s remarkable qualities. Much smaller, denser and slower growing than other Alberta types, its short, fine needles display a distinctive twist during the growing season. Spring growth starts about 3-4 weeks later than P.g. ‘Conica’s. Found at Iseli Nursery in 1981, this signature plant is a fitting choice to honor the co-founder of Iseli Nursery. Garden Size: 3’H x 1’W Dwarf: 2-4″/year Narrow Upright Zone 4
 
NEW! glauca 'Pixie Dust' Extremely dense, compact and slow growing, the miniature selection, Picea glauca ‘Pixie Dust’, resembles P.g. ‘Conica’ in form, but offers a special feature. When the second flush of growth emerges in summer, the new tips are yellow, a surprising effect that contrasts dramatically with the deep green, mature foliage. Chosen by the American Conifer Society as 2006 Collector’s Conifer of the Year, this adaptable cultivar produces a magical effect in trough, container or rock garden. Provide ample moisture and full sun for the best color on this sport of ‘Pixie’ that was discovered at Iseli Nursery. Garden Size: 1.5’H x 6″W Miniature: 1-3″/year Narrow Upright Zone 4 Green/Yellow
 
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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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NEW! SALIX Willows come in a variety of forms from large trees to small deciduous shrubs. All thrive in moist soils and will tolerate poor drainage. Not all have the fuzzy male catkins commonly known as pussy willows, but have other features including branch work and leaf color to make them appealing in the landscape.
NEW! candida 'Silver Fox' Salix candida ‘Silver Fox’ is a fantastic, small shrub valued for its outstanding, small silver leaves. The compact, deciduous shrub has dramatic yellow winter buds and twigs. Since it is a wetland plant, it is suited to rich, wet soils and cool temperatures. In the Pacific Northwest, it is perfectly content as a container or garden foliage plant. Dress up a boggy site with a splash of silver. As yet untested in warmer regions. Garden Size: 3’H x 3’W 2-4″/year Globe Shaped Zone 3 Silver
 
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SCABIOSA (Pincushion Flower) Clumps of basal foliage bear tufted flowers on long stems. A long lasting cut flower. Attracts butterflies. Not reliably hardy, so protect in winter. Full to half day sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Exuberant and long bloomer. June-Oct. Zone 4-8
caucasica 'Fama Deep Blue' The largest flower of all scabiosa. The 4", ruffled, deep blue blooms with pincushion centers constantly buzz with bees from midsummer to fall. H 1.5-2'.
 
columbaria A mixture of rounded and serrated basal leaves and domed flower heads.
 
'Butterfly Blue' Lavender blue flowers.
 
NEW! 'Flutter Pure White' A dwarf Pincushion Flower with large pure white blooms, non-stop from spring through late summer. Terrific for mass planting, edging the border or in pots. H 12-14".
 
'Giant Blue' Immense, 3", lavender-blue flowers twice the size of 'Butterfly Blue'. H 24"
 
x. 'Vivid Violet' Vivid violet pincushion flowers from late spring to frost. 15"
 
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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"
 
NEW! '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! 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. '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. 'Pure Joy' 'Pure Joy' is a short, semi-upright sedum with blue-green, serrated foliage that is completely covered in bubblegum pink flowers in late summer. 12"
 
NEW! 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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SEMPERVIVUM (Hen and Chicks) Succulent rosettes are ideal for hot dry areas like rock gardens and rock crevices. The parent (hen) becomes surrounded by many smaller rosettes (chicks), forming a nice grouping. Full sun and well-drained soil. Zone 3-8
arachnoideum 'Cobweb Buttons' Refers to 'spiders', this cute, compact species is evergreen, with pale-green rosettes densely woven with grey threads. 3-4"
 
NEW! tectorum 'Kalinda' Beautiful, large evergreen rosettes of pale burgundy, orange-flushed, coral-tipped leaves that turn deep wine tones in winter. H 2-8".
 
x. 'Jade Rose' Rosettes of rich green leaves that flush a deep rose red color. H 1-4".
 
x. 'Red Rubin' Large emerald green rosettes flushed with burgundy red at the tips. H 4-6"
 
x. 'Royal Ruby' Dark wine-red foliage. Rosettes form dense mats.
 
x. 'Silverine' Green rosettes with red highlights. Pink flowers. H 4-6"
 
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NEW! SENETTI
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NEW! STEVIA rebaudiana (Sweetleaf) The edible leaves are many times sweeter than sugar. Grows faster in hot weather. Small, white flowers in tight clusters. H 36"
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NEW! TAXUS Yew is the well-known, adaptable garden standard that conforms well to shearing and shaping, is easy to grow, durable and shade tolerant. The selections grown by Iseli Nursery share these characteristics; in addition, they are unusual and uncommon, unique and rare. Green or golden, dwarf or mid-size, these pest-free yews will grow on you. Ample moisture and rich soil produce best results.
NEW! cuspidata 'Nana Aurescens' New growth on Taxus cuspidata ‘Nana Aurescens’ bursts on the scene like a splash of brilliant goldenrod. Since second-year foliage goes dark green, each year’s new growth makes another dramatic splash of color when it emerges. The shade tolerant, adaptable, colorful conifer has a wider-than-tall, spreading habit. Garden Size: 2’H x 8’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year Spreading Zone 4
 
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THALICTRUM (Meadow Rue) Fine plants with delicate, columbine-like foliage. Airy sprays of flowers on long stems above the foliage make outstanding cuts. Full to part sun, a cool location, and moisture retentive soil. Summer blooming. Zone 5-9.
ichangensee 'Evening Star' A lovely small woodland plant with multi-colored foliage, ranging from olive, tan and copper to red-brown. Fluffy clusters of lavender flowers from May to August. H 8".
 
NEW! nimbus series Available in both 'Pink' and 'White', flowers are massive puffs at the top of the foliage. The striking dark stems and lovely fern-like green leaves are showy even before the bloom. Great crown count. Blooms the first year, but much better after a winter chill. H 28" x 16" W.
 
x. 'Black Stockings' Tall, almost black stems carry fluffy, lavender flowers above attractive foliage. H 48".
 
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NEW! THUJA Thuja occidentalis, known as Arborvitae or “tree of life,” and Thuja plicata, the Western Red Cedar, are hardy, durable and adaptable conifer species that develop great natural variation, resulting in many new and exciting cultivars. These minimal-maintenance plants, available in many colors, shapes and growth rates, perform well in a variety of garden situations, from screens and hedging to distinctive focal points. Both species tolerate some shade and a wide range of soil types, and T. plicata shows some resistance to deer.
NEW! occidentalis 'Jantar' Thuja occidentalis ‘Jantar’ is an exciting new brilliant yellow beacon from Poland that Iseli Nursery is proud to offer as part of our plant line. The eye popping yellow on this version of Emerald Arborvitae becomes a warmer amber tone during winter, hence the name “Jantar”, Polish for amber. With the same narrow upright habit as its popular green parent this selection will add dramatic color to the landscape as a focal plant or privacy screen. Selected by Jakub Jablonski of Poland and introduced to the U.S. by Breederplants. Garden Size: 15’H x 3’W Intermediate: 6-12″/year Narrow Upright Zone 4 Yellow
 
NEW! occidentalis 'Primo' Rich, deep green summer color combines with the compact textural foliage and naturally sculpted spire-like shape making this new selection an unexpected breakthrough for the hardy common Arborvitae. With a muted green winter color, a very young tree has proportions perfect for mini-scapes or container gardening. As it ages, an elegant small tree develops. The natural character as a specimen is the finest quality a conifer can offer the landscape in either cold or moderate climates. Primo! Garden Size: 4’H x 1’W Dwarf: 3-5″/year
 
NEW! orientalis 'Franky Boy' Filaments of lemon yellow foliage jutting out from a lime green interior move an sway with the slightest breeze creating an airy texture and great color contrast to other garden plants. You can have the effects of ornamental grasses without winter die-back. Light shearing will encourage a formal, compact form and provide a proliferation of bright and colorful foliage. Plant Thuja (Platycladus) orientalis ‘Franky Boy’ full sun for best color. Garden Size: 6’H x 4’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year
 
NEW! plicata 'Whipcord' The unusual foliage on this low, mop-head-like plant consists of long, thick, glossy tendrils that suggest Independence Day fireworks. Unlike the species, which is a giant forest tree, the many branches of Thuja plicata ‘Whipcord’ seem to explode upward and send sparks cascading in all directions. Green in summer, the foliage changes to bronze in winter, matching the richly colored wood. Every garden can accommodate the small, dynamic conifer (only about 5′ tall and 4′ wide) that demonstrates some deer resistance. Found in a seedbed of Western Red Cedar at Drakes Crossing Nursery, Silverton, Oregon. Garden Size: 4’H x 4’W Dwarf: 3-5″/year Globe Shaped Zone 5
 
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TIARELLA (Foamflower) An indispensable genus for the woodland garden. Useful as spreading ground covers. Thrive in moist, humus-rich soil and partial to full shade. Attributes include fragrant spring flowers and attractively marked and shaped leaves. Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Candy Striper' The larger, lush, green leaves have a dark stippled stripe down each leaf lobe. 'Candy Striper' has a mounding habit, pink flower buds, and white, foamy flowers in spring. H 10" x 16" W.
 
'Pink Skyrocket' Acclaimed as the best pink flowering Tiarella! Shrimp pink flowers above great cut and marked foliage. H 8" foliage, 13" flowering.
 
'Sugar and Spice' Deep, rich, lacy green leaves with purple-maroon marked centers; softly fragrant frosted pink flowers with white centers. Spring. 8" foliage; 13" flower.
 
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NEW! TOMATILLO 'Super Verde' Extra large fruits are firm, 2-1/2 ounces each, have strong husks and above average shelf life. Sturdy plants have excellent vigor, cover and fruit set. Indeterminate. Easy to cook, use in fresh salsa, chili and tacos. 75 days
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TOMATOES Disease Tolerance:EB=Early Blight, LB=Late Blight, V=Verticillium, F=Fusarium Wilt Race 1, F1 & 2 =Fusarium Wilt Race 1 and Race 2, N = Nematodes, T = Tobacco Mosaic virus. Growth Habit: I = Indeterminate (pole or stake, fruit ripens throughout the summer); D = Determinate (bush, fruit ripens all at the same time )
CHERRY A small variety of garden tomato, it has been cultivated since the early 1800's. Popular in salads or as a snack. Very sweet.
 
'Matts Wild Cherry' The wild tomato with luscious taste! These small tomatoes are packed with more taste than you can believe. Multitudes of 5/8 to 3/4" deep red round fruits, smooth texture and lots of sweet flavor. Fantastic in salsa! An heirloom. 60 days, some resistance to EB & LB. (I)
 
NEW! 'Midnight Snack' 2017 All-America Selections Edible-Vegetable Winner. Unique indigo-type cherry tomato ripens to red with beautiful glossy black-purple overlay when exposed to sunlight. Coloration comes from the accumulation of anthocyanin pigments; same reason blueberries are blue and contain healthy antioxidants. Indeterminate. 65-70 days from transplant.
 
NEW! 'Rosy Finch' Delicious and attractive. Brightly colored, deep rose pink, 1" round, excellent tasting cherries. Plants are perfect for hanging baskets and mixed patio containers. Dwarf plants are compact, well-branched and have exceptionally high yields. Determinate. 55 days
 
'Sun Gold' (F1) 'Garden Candy' Intense fruity flavor! Exceptionally sweet bright tangerine-orange cherry tomato leaves us craving for more! Vigorous plants start yielding early and bear right through the season. The taste can't be beat! 57 days (FTMV) (I)
 
'Sweet 100' (F1) This tomato variety is true to its name! Plants are loaded with supersweet fruits. 65 days (FV)(I)
 
GRAPE 'Fantastico' (F1) 'Fantastico' is a must for anyone looking for an early maturing, high yielding grape tomato, with built-in Late Blight Resistance. Bred for small gardens, determinate 'Fantastico' will work great in containers as well as the veggie garden. Long clusters of fruits are held toward the outside of the plant for easy harvest and are crack resistant. A unique determinate bush tomato with well flavored half ounce fruits, high yielding, producing up to 12 lbs of ripe fruit. 50 days
 
HEIRLOOM An heirloom tomato is generally considered a tomato variety that has been passed down through several generations because of its valued characteristics.
 
'Brandywine' One of the best tasting tomatoes! Large fruits often over 1 lb., have a deep pink skin and smooth red flesh. A medium tall, potato-leaf plant is best staked. Flavor has been described as 'Very rich, loud and distinctively spicy". An Amish heirloom 78 days (I)
 
'Defiant' (F1) Bred for both disease resistance and flavor. This mid-sized slicer has high resistance to late blight and intermediate resistance to early blight combined with great flavor. The 6-8 oz., globe shaped fruit are smooth, firm with good texture. High yielding medium sized plants are very adaptable. 70 days, (AB, F2, LB, V) Determinate
 
'Mountain Merit' (F1) A Late Blight Resistant Slicer! This is a medium-large, 8-10 oz., red slicer with one of the best disease packages around for a variety of field conditions. 75 days, (F3, LB, N, TSWV) Determinate
 
'Mrs Maxwells Big Italian' Given seed by a friend from Italy, Mrs. Maxwell grew and saved them year after year selecting the largest, earliest and most crack resistant - the results are this heirloom beauty! Vigorous potato leaved plants produce 1 to 2 lb., dark pink beefsteak fruits with incredible flavor. Excellent for using fresh or for canning. Indeterminate. 80 days
 
'Old Brooks' Smooth, blemish-free fruits known for their superior resistance to blossom end-rot as well as to early and late blights. Gourmet quality flesh, with a fine, even texture. The taste is somewhat tangy, which proves to be an asset in home canning. Good all-around variety. Medium-Large, 75-85 days, Indeterminate.
 
'Prudens Purple' Large to very large (Many over 1 lb,) fruits are flattened and smooth and resist cracking. Vivid, dark, pink skin with crimson flesh. Contains only a few seeds. Medium tall potato-leaf plants. 67 days (I)
 
'Rainbow Blend' Eight popular heirloom varieties in a range of fruit colors, shapes and sizes. Includes 'Aunt Ruby's German Green', 'Black Krim', 'Black Prince', 'Big Rainbow'(Bi-Color), 'Brandywine'(Red), 'Cherokee Purple', 'Kelloggs Breakfast'(Orange), 'Midnight Snack'(Purple), 'Mortgage Lifter' (Pink), 'Yellow Brandywine', and 'Great White'. 80-100 days, assorted sizes
 
HUSK CHERRY 'Goldie' Small orange berry with a husk. This old-fashioned tomato family member bears 1/2- 3/4" sweet golden berries inside papery husks.The flavor is quite sweet. Plants are profusely branching, prolific, and drop ripe fruits. Fruits can be eaten raw, dried like raisins, frozen, canned, or made into preserves, cooked pies, and desserts. 75 days
 
PASTE -SAUCE 'Plum Regal' (F1) A productive plum tomato with great late blight resistance. Medium-size plants produce high yields of blocky, 4 oz. plum tomatoes. Fruits have a deep red color with good flavor. Good disease resistance package. Intermediate resistance to early blight. Determinate, 75 days, (EB,LB,V,F,T). Typically meatier and less juicy, these are the best choice for canning, sauces, salsas and juice. With less juice, sauce making time is half that of salad types and with higher solids the flavor is doubled.
 
PATIO 'Bush Champion 11' (F1) One of the best varieties for small space gardens and containers. Compact plants grow to just 24" tall, producing extra-early yields of big 8-12oz. fruits with excellent flavor. Widely adaptable, can be grown stalked, but not essential. Resists Grey Leaf spot and Alternaria. Determinate (V,F1,F2)
 
SALAD-SLICING Slicing Tomatoes are large round varieties which hold more juice and seeds. Perfect for eating raw in a wide variety of ways.
 
'Big Boy' (F1) Vigorous plants producing 16 oz. fruits! Excellent yields. 78 days (I)
 
'Brandyboy' This is one of the tastiest tomatoes you can grow! A hybrid of the classic Brandywine, Brandyboy has the benefits of a heirloom-incredible taste, smooth and thin skin-without the drawbacks. Producing loads of large, 5-in.(7-10 oz.) pink fruits. 78 days. (VFNT-I)
 
'Damsel F1' Late blight resistant and heirloom quality flavor. Damsel produces avg. 10-12 oz., globe-shaped fruits with beautiful, pink skin. Compact indeterminate. 73 days
 
'Early Girl Improved' (F1) Early slicing cultivar. Tasty 4-6 oz. fruit that continue all summer! High yields 57 days (VF1&2, I)
 
'Fourth of July' Be the first on your block to have fresh tomatoes! One of the earliest-producing varieties available, yielding small luscious fruits until late summer or early fall. 4 oz. fruits. 49 days. (I)
 
'Jet Star' (F1) Early producing 6-8 oz. pure red fruits with great flavor. Best Seller! High yields all season long. 70 days (VF1&2T,I)
 
NEW! 'Stellar F1' A great tomato for those in areas with high disease pressure. Compact plants have the highest level of resistance to late blight and Septoria Leaf Spot currently available in a tomato. Produces loads of round, red 5 to 7 ounce fruits that make perfect slices for sandwiches and salads. Good for container gardens, but truly exceptional when planted in the ground. Determinate. 70-75 days. VFFLB
 
'Supersteak' (F1) Big improved beefsteak type. Rich, full flavor. Vigorous plants. 80 days (VFN) (I)
 
YELLOW These tomatoes are very colorful and generally will contain less acid content than a red tomato.
 
'Lemon Boy' (F1) Colored eye catching tomato with a wonderful flavor. This will produce a medium sized fruit 7 to 8 oz.with sunny yellow skin. If you are looking for a tomato with a lower acid content this would be the one. High yields . 72 days (VF1&2N,I)
 
'Yellow Pear' Enormous amounts of very tasty pear shaped yellow tomatoes. Colorful in salads or salsas. An heirloom variety that dates back to Europe 1700's. 70 days (D)
 
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TROLLIUS (Globeflower) Showy, spring flowering perennial producing clumps of broad deeply divided leaves. Waxy, cupped, golden flowers are terrific for cutting. Cut back after first flush of flowers and fertilize for a rebloom. They prefer a cool spot in full sun to partial shade, with moist, humus soil. Early summer.
NEW! chinensis 'Morning Sun' 'Morning Sun' is a compact version of popular "Golden Queen" with rich gold flowers and attractive green foliage. 18-20", Zone 3-7.
 
cultorum 'New Moon' Large, creamy double yellow flowers on upright stems with a nice compact habit. H. 18-23", Zone 3-9.
 
europaeus f. compactus 'Lemon Supreme' An abundance of lemon yellow, bowl-shaped blooms on compact plants. Very vigorous. H 12", Zone 2-9.
 
laxus (Spreading Globeflower) Though rare and protected in the wild, this native is easy to grow in the garden. In spring, it is a prolific bloomer and it may flower again later in the season. Cheery yellow flowers on thick stems sit atop a neat mound of glossy foliage. Eastern North America. H 12-16", Zone 4-8.
 
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NEW! TSUGA Hemlocks comprise a genus of graceful, finely textured evergreen trees, from which we offer an exciting assortment of garden-worthy cultivars from five species. These elegant selections, many of them dwarf and slow growing, perform best in cool, moist northern climates, where they tolerate shade and appreciate well drained, acidic soil. Choice cultivars offer a range of options: brightly colored foliage, some with frosty tips; pyramidal, mounding and irregular shapes; and sizes for small and large spaces. They also respond well to shearing.
NEW! canadensis 'Coles Prostate' An outstanding, underutilized hemlock, Tsuga canadensis ‘Cole’s Prostrate’ is a spreading cultivar with stiff main branches that knuckle under and bend downwards to create a truly prostrate form. Gnarly interior branches show off the plant’s silver bark, which adds dimension to the exceptional, low plant. Use the garden gem to drape over or around stones or walls in a site with partial shade. Alternatively, stake the plant for some height to create all kinds of interest. Garden Size: 6″H x 4’W Dwarf: 3-5″/year Prostrate Zone 4
 
NEW! canadensis 'Horsford Contort' Tiny needles grow thickly along the twisted branches and coiled, contorted branchlets of this unique, surprisingly attractive tree. The curious branching pattern accounts for the plant’s nickname “Pig Tails”, which accurately describes the look of Tsuga canadensis ‘Horsford Contorted’. Site the conversation-piece plant in a container or near patio-seating for fun. Garden Size: 3’H x 2’W Dwarf: 2-4″/year Broad Upright Zone 4
 
NEW! canadensis 'Moon Frost' Bright, white, new growth with older, inner foliage that retains a light tone combine to give Tsuga canadensis ‘Moon Frost’ a distinctly white appearance. In winter, foliage of the seedling, developed by Ed Wood, takes on a blush of pink. A compact globe when young, ‘Moon Frost’ broadens and increases its growth rate with age, but remains a reliably small, dwarf plant. Garden Size: 6’H x 6’W Dwarf: 3-6″/year Globe Shaped Zone 4
 
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NEW! ULMUS parviflora 'Hokkaido' (Dwarf Chinese Elm) Everything about Ulmus parvifolia ‘Hokkaido’ is tiny: tiny leaves cover tiny twigs and create a full size plant of tiny dimensions. Naturally congested growth and a stocky trunk give this small tree the appearance of age, a quality valued in miniature landscapes, railroad gardens and bonsai. The plant develops thick, corky bark with age. Site it in full to partial sun with moist, well-drained soil. Don’t over water in winter, and don’t let it dry out or scorch in intense summer sun. Garden Size: 1’H x 1’W 1-2″/year Broad Upright – Small Zone 5
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NEW! UVULARIA perfoliata (Bellwort)
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VERONICA (Speedwell) A large genera comprised of both upright and prostrate species. Upright flower spikes and linear leaves are common characteristics. Some creeping varieties have rounded blooms. All make exceptional border plants that respond well to deadheading. Loved by butterflies. Full to half day sun and average, well drained soil that does not dry out completely. Avoid hot, dry sites. Zone 4-8
austriaca 'Venice Blue' (Sawtoothed Veronica) Early blooming, the countless shorter spires with larger violet-blue blossoms sparkle against the toothed, glossy textured foliage. Tidy compact, mounding habit. H 10-12"
 
longifolia This species forms a mound of attractive deep green foliage, bearing numerous spikes flowers starting in early summer and continuing for weeks.
 
NEW! 'First Lady' A compact plant, bearing numerous spikes of pure white flowers. Nice cut flower. H 14-16".
 
'First Love' A compact variety, it grows to be 16-20”, with elegant, bright pink flower spikes.
 
magic show series These picture perfect perennials form a fairly short, compact, full clump of bright green foliage topped with enchanting flower wands in early to midsummer. Zone 4-8.
 
'Enchanted Indigo' Forms a fairly short, compact clump of bright green glossy foliage topped with deep royal purple flowers in summer and again in fall. June-July, H 16-18"
 
'Hocus Pocus' Very long, vivid violet purple flower wands top the short, green foliage. Perfect choice for container specimen. June to July. H 16-20"
 
'Pink Potion' A compact upright Veronica with bright pink flower spikes. Standing 16" tall, over half the plants height comes from the beautiful blooms.
 
peduncularis (Creeping Speedwell) Alternate, simple leaves, on creeping stems. Flowers in spring.
 
'Georgia Blue' Abundant small sky-blue flowers appear in late spring to early summer on dense mat-like foliage with shiny dark green leaves. Nice with daffodils. Grows 2-4" high
 
'Waterperry Blue' Shiny green leaves flushed with burgundy, producing masses of 1/2" lavender-blue flowers from May-June. 5-10"
 
NEW! 'Whitewater' Dainty, pure white flowers cover this dense groundcover. Glossy, dark green foliage turns to burgundy, then to bronze in the fall. Late spring-early summer. 6"
 
spictata 'Very Van Gogh' Radiant orchid, paintbrush-like, rosy purple flowers appear on well-branched scapes. Upright, compact and clumping. A long blooming speedwell. 18-20".
 
x. 'Royal Candles' Violet blue flowers over plants with compact, rigid habit. Early summer, 12"
 
x. 'Snowmass' (Blue-Eyed Veronica) Small, glossy, rounded leaves form a dense mat, covered by small, four-petaled, white flowers with a blue eye. Beautiful as a ground cover. H 1-2"x18".
 
x. 'Tidal Pool' Denser other speedwells, with small oak-like leaves. The plants cover themselves with medium to deep blue-violet flowers from late April to mid-July. The rest of the season they settle into an attractive ground cover. 3"
 
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VERONICASTRUM virginicum (Culvers Root) The tall flower spikes of this plant provide a strong accent and good vertical height, the lance-shaped leaves with whorled foliage provide interest early summer. Typically will grow 4-5' in bloom. Prefers moist, well drained soil, full to partial sun. Zone 3-10.
'Album' This cultivar is noted for its pure white flowers.
 
NEW! 'Lavender Towers' Elegant pale purple spires on unbranched stems.
 
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VINCA minor Vinca minor or Periwinkle is a beautiful, evergreen, trailing ground cover for partial shade and either poor or rich soil. Spring bloomer, but intermittently continues all season. 4-8", Zone 4-9
'Alba' (White Periwinke) Splendid, large white-flowered version. Vinca.
 
'Bowles Variety' Larger deep blue flowers than the species. Dark green glossy foliage. 6-8"
 
NEW! 'Ralph Shugert' Green and white variegated foliage with starry blue flowers brings loads of color to large areas with very little effort. H 4-8".
 
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