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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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ACHILLEA millefolium (Yarrow) The attractive foliage and durable flowers of the Yarrows make them an indispensable plant for summer gardens. These sun lovers are undemanding, resistant to drought, and intolerant of heavy, wet soils. They also make excellent flowers for cutting and drying. Zone 4-9
'Little Moonshine' Bright, golden-yellow flower clusters. Similar to 'Moonshine' but more compact. Gray-green foliage and very early-blooming. H 12-14"
 
'Pomegrante' Rich velvety red flowers over compact foliage. 2'
 
'Sunny Seduction' A myriad of buttery yellow flowers rise up from clumps of silvery green foliage. 24-30"
 
NEW! x 'Moon Dust' This sport of 'Moonshine' is about half the size with the same silvery foliage and lighter yellow flowers. 12-14", Zone 5-8
 
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ANEMONE (Windflower) A large genus consisting of the Fall blooming Japanese Anemones and the Spring bloomers that are native to North America. All have mounds of lovely foliage. All prefer rich, moist, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Most prefer to be shaded from the midday sun.
NEW! quinquefolia (Wood Windflower) One of the earliest blooming flowers in the rich, moist forests of New England. Look for showy white flowers poking above the dissected leaves. These offer food to pollinators searching for nectar early in the season. H 6-8", Zone3-8
 
tomentosa 'Robustissima' Single mauve-pink flowers. July-August, 3', Zone 4-8
 
x 'Fantasy Pocahontas' This beautiful, compact gem is a "must see for yourself". Produces double pink blooms from July to September that are on sturdy stems. H 12-18", Zone 5-8.
 
NEW! x 'Loreley' Light rosy pink semi-double blossoms in late summer on into fall. 'Loreley' is tall and graceful, forming an attractive clump.
 
x. 'Honorine Jobert' Single white flowers on long, sturdy stems. Late summer. H 3', Zone 5-9
 
NEW! x. 'Lucky Charm' Bursting with color, deep pink blooms with golden centers sway in the breeze with dark violet leaves that mature into dark green. Blooms late summer into fall extending the color in your gardens. H 2.5-3', Zone 5-8.
 
NEW! x. 'Wild Swan' Multi-award winning, the elegant 3” snow-white flowers are accented with a lilac blue wash on the reverse and flowers are produced from June to November. H 18", Zone 5-8.
 
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AQUILEGIA (Columbine) Columbines are delicate, clump-forming plants which bloom in early summer and are charming in bouquets. All have beautiful foliage and uniquely shaped blooms. They thrive in sun or partial shade and a well-drained soil. Some reseed easily.
canadensis Our native columbine.
 
NEW! 'Little Lantern' A dwarf selection of columbine native to the Eastern US. The nodding bright red and yellow flowers appear in late spring. H 10-12", Zone 3-8.
 
species Nodding, spurred flowers. Early spring bloom. Red spurs around a rosette of yellow sepals. April-June, H 1-2', Zone 4-8.
 
songbird series Eye Catching! An abundance of deep-colored flowers that are long lasting. 3 1/2" blossoms face skyward rather than nodding as with other columbines. Available as 'Bluebird', light blue and white bi-color blooms and 'Goldfinch', clear yellow. H 18-24", Zone 3-9.
 
vulgaris Double, short spurred flowers blooming earlier than other Columbines. Early May to Mid-June. Zone 3-8.
 
NEW! 'Clementine Salmon-Rose' (Double Columbine) Fluffy double flowers that resemble small Clematis bloom; this selection produces blooms in shades of dusty rose to salmon with a yellow center. H 12-18", Zone 3-8.
 
'Grandmothers Garden' A well-loved vintage cultivar. The flowers have short, incurved spurs which end in small knobs. The plants will bloom in rich shades of either rose, violet, or wine red. May reseed freely, perhaps cross pollinating with other varieties. 24-30"
 
NEW! x. 'Spring Magic Pink' The flowers of this series feature bold hues red and pink accented with white. H 12-16", Zone 3-9.
 
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ARUNCUS (Goatsbeard) Handsome plants exhibiting thick, leafy mounds of foliage and graceful, creamy white plumes. Stunning reflected in a waterside landscape. A choice plant for a moist, openly shaded garden. May be grown in sunnier locations provided there is adequate moisture. June-July. Zone 3-9
aethusifolius A ground-hugging mound of finely cut foliage which sports creamy white plumes in summer. 8-12"
 
dioicus 'Whirlwind' This 'Kneiffii' hybrid produces consistent, finely dissected, cut foliage, which is a little wider than 'Kneiffii'. Highlighted May thru July with creamy white feathery panicles. Sturdy upright growth habit. 2'; in bloom 4'
 
NEW! x. 'Chantilly Lace' Flower power! 'Chantilly Lace' forms a mound of dissected foliage that is crowned in early summer with billowing sprays of creamy-white flowers that nearly hide the leaves! H 30-32", Zone 3-7.
 
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ASARUM (Wild Ginger) An wonderful genus, excellent as a woodland ground cover. Glossy heart-shaped leaves of deep green. Once established it is very drought tolerant. Full/partial shade, humus-rich moist soil.
europaeum (European) The aristocrat of the ginger family. This species spreads slowly but surely to form a handsome 6in-deep carpet of glossy, dark green, kidney-shaped leaves measuring 4in across. Zone 4-8
 
NEW! splendens (Showy) The arrow-shaped emerald green leaves are heavily mottled in bright silver. This combines well in the shady garden with ferns and hostas. A collectors plant that is slow growing but worth the wait. 6-8", Zone 5-9
 
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ASTER Large genus of perennials with a variety of heights, all with daisy-like blooms. Great for attracting butterflies. Grow in sun or part shade in a well-drained soil.
kickin series Forming a dense mound of finely textured foliage that becomes blanketed with flowers with gold centers, from late summer into fall. Available in 'Carmine-Red', with magenta flowers and 'Lilac Blue'. Height 2-3', Zones 5-9.
 
NEW! nova-beigi 'Dragon' Semi double blue flowers with yellow centers, forming a bushy clump, flowering in September-October. Compact habit. 12-15", Zone 4-9.
 
woods series Dwarf hybrids with superior disease resistance. Prolific flowers that bloom for a long time period in late summer and early fall. Available in Pink and Purple. 10-16", Zone 4-8.
 
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ASTILBE (Plume Flower) Very hardy, showy, plume-like flowers on attractive, often glossy foliage. They love rich, deep, moist soil in partial shade, but will grow in sunny sites where the soil really holds moisture or has irrigation. Rabbit and deer resistant.
arendsii A group of hybrid Astilbes named for Georg Arends of Ronsdorf, West Germany who introduced over 74 cultivars between 1902 and 1952, many of which are still available in American nurseries.
 
'Bressingham Beauty' This large Astilbe produces tall arching, salmon-rose flower plumes from early-to-mid summer. H 36", Zone 3-9.
 
'Bridal Veil' Feathery white plumes, late June-July, H 18", Zone 4-8
 
'Chocolate Shogun' Incredible dark glossy, chocolate-purple lacy foliage is the deepest darkest foliage color by far in an Astilbe. Blooms of soft pink appear in late summer to about 2 feet tall. Zone 5-8.
 
'Fanal' Large plumes of tiny red flowers in midsummer, accented by deep green to bronze-green foliage. H 18-24".
 
chinensis Chinese Astilbes produce dense, erect plumes. Tough plants which prefer moist soils but will tolerate slightly drier soil than other Astilbes. Zone 3-8
 
'Little Vision Series' A new dwarf form of the Vision series. This is a robust variety that tolerates sun better than others. Offered in 'Pink', with clear soft, pink blooms and 'Purple', with raspberry-purple blooms. Mid to late summer, 14-16"
 
'Maggie Daley' Striking purple plumes bloom in mid season against dark foliage. 28"
 
'Mighty Chocolate Cherry' Robust, strong velvety-red flower spikes, divided dark green and chocolate brown to reddish foliage. H 45"
 
'Mighty Pip' Strong, robust spikes of graceful extremely large salmon-pink plumes. Late season. 45"
 
'Mighty Red Quin' Huge Astilbe with 4' towering red flower plumes. Foliage starts red, brown to then turn green. Robust grower. Blooms summer/late summer. H 48-50"
 
'Milk and Honey' Creamy white plumes turning to a light pink as it ages; lacy green leaves. Mid-Late Summer. 24-30"
 
'Vision in Pink' A robust grower with thick pale-pink plumes and blue-green foliage. July. 32"
 
NEW! 'Vision in White' This variety has large, creamy white, triangular flower plumes that stand above a robust clump of smooth, glossy, green leaves. More refined foliage than a typical chinesis type. Mid-July thru August. 24"
 
japonica Large airy flower clusters that are not as dense but make up for it in volume. Bright colors and glossy leaves. Zone 4-8.
 
'Deutschland' Shorter and earlier than other whites, this Astilbe will bloom in early summer, with pristine white plumes. H 18-24"
 
'Montgomery' Handsome, fern-like glossy green foliage and stiff stems that hold elegant true red plumes aloft without staking. June-July. 24"
 
x. 'Delft Lace' Red stems carry deep salmon buds which open to soft apricot pink flowers held over waxy deep blue-green foliage. Early summer. 2-3'
 
x. 'Radius' Shiny red, elegant, spiky plumes stand tall in a vase-like shape over dark green foliage. Mid-summer. H 24", Zone 3-8.
 
NEW! x. 'Smile At Me' Compact and vigorous, produces fabulous red stems that hold erect large, puffy plumes of rosy pink. Height 16-18".
 
x. younique series This series offers a more compact, rounded habit with very vibrant color. These plants produce double the amount of dense flower scapes. Offered in Salmon and White. New for 2018, Ruby-red. Great for containers. H 12-16", Zone 3-8
 
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BAPTISIA (False Indigo) Native to North America, False Indigos are wonderful, long-lived perennials with gorgeous pea-like blooms, followed by attractive seed pods. The lovely textured, bluish-green foliage forms large, bushy clumps. Superb cut flower and cut foliage. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil.
australis Indigo blue flowers. June, 3-4'. Zone 3-9
 
decadence series This series has a shorter, more compact habit and unique flower colors. This variety forms an upright, vase-shaped mound of attractive blue-green foliage. Late Spring thru early Summer. Zone 4-9
 
'Cherries Jubilee' Unique flower color: Deep maroon opens to bicolor maroon and yellow flowers. 24-36"
 
'Dutch Chocolate' Rich, velvety, chocolate-purple flowers are held on upright stems atop an especially compact, relatively short mound of foliage. H 24-36", Zone 4-9.
 
NEW! 'Pink Lemonade' Unique bi-color flower spikes, the first bi-color of the series. In late spring, soft yellow flowers age to dusty raspberry purple, and both colors appear on the stem at the same time. Charcoal stems really make the colors pop.
 
NEW! 'Pink Truffles' Clear soft pink blossoms with a pale yellow keel are produced in late spring, the perfect compliment to other spring bloomers. Its compact, shorter habit makes it easy to fit into any garden.
 
'Sparkling Sapphires' Vivid violet blue flowers appear atop a compact, upright clump of foliage in spring. H 24-36", Zone 4-9.
 
'Vanilla Cream' The pure white flowers dance in the breeze late spring to early summer. H 36", Zone 3-9.
 
NEW! x. 'American Goldfinch' Light up your late spring landscape with this bold beauty. This native cultivar puts out loads of bright yellow floral spikes week after weeks beginning in late spring.
 
x. 'Solar Flare Prairie Blues' A unique flower color all its own, with both yellow and orange flowers present at the same time on impressive 12-18" long spikes. Very vigorous grower, with mature clumps bearing over 100 flowering stems. 3-4', Zone 4-9
 
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BEGONIA A popular bedding plant prized for its beautiful flowers and leaves, its wide variety of color and ability to thrive easily. Here at Andrews you will find begonias in some of our hanging baskets, they do very well in shade and part shade. It is important to grow them in a good soil with plenty of good drainage, and a low Ph.
'Autumn Embers' A new rhizomatous begonia having beautiful medium sized puckered leaves in a warm, rusty-pumpkin color. Compact growth.
 
'Baby Wing White' A smaller sport of the Begonia 'Dragonwing series', an upright and mounding plant with abundant white blooms and smaller green foliage. 12"x12"
 
dragonwing Large, vigorous plants with a trailing habit and lots of clusters of small wing-like flowers. Available in scarlet red and pink. Grows in sun and shade!
 
fuchsioides (fushia begonia) Inch long bright apple green leaves are almost completely covered by cascades of pale pink blooms. Great in shade planters or hanging baskets. 12-16"
 
'Gryphon' Exotic and tropical! The large, deeply cut leaves are lined and marbled with silver on 14-18 in. plants. Easy care and low water plant. Can be wintered indoors.
 
'Linda Dawn' Large deep burgundy leaves with speckled texture and bubble gum pink flower clusters. 10-14"
 
maculata x 'Wightii' Stunning polka dotted bat-wing begonia. Dark green foliage with dramatic silver spots and clustered white flowers with golden eyes. H 20-30".
 
'Merlot' Upright bushy plants with deep burgundy leaves and pale pink blooms. A stunning foliage plant for a charming pottery vessel. 18"
 
'Orange Angels' (Angel Wing) Masses of orange flowers over unique 'angel wing' foliage. H 15"
 
'Parviflora' A very large growing begonia attaining a height of 5-6 feet in one season. The bold 12 x 16" bright green leaves are topped by occasional white blooms on tall stalks. A wonderful addition to a shade garden.
 
'Pink Giraffe' As its name implies, this plant is a tall cane type having large mid green leaves and an abundance of pendulous bright pink flowers. Makes a great centerpiece for shade combos. H 12-18".
 
rex hybrids Fabulous foliage plants for mixed containers. Bright filtered light deepens red leaf coloration while lower light enhances their metallic sheen. Easily grown as a house plant.
 
'Can Can' Silver leaves are highlighted with lavender veining.
 
'Chicago Fire' An elongated leaf, mostly bright pinkish red and having a dark green border, veining and central splash.
 
'Devils Paradise' A delicious combination of silver and raspberry on spiraled star shaped leaves. 12-15"
 
'Escargot' Swirled snail-shell leaves are dark green with a broad silvery band in the center. Very cool looking 15" broad and high.
 
'Fedor' Unique silver foliage with dark veins.
 
jurassic series This series has striking color patterned foliage, are fast-growing, care-free, and filled out a container quickly. H 10-16"
 
'Lime Marmalade' A delightful reversion of Marmaduke with solid chartreuse foliage. Hard to miss in a shady location. 12-14"
 
'Magma' Two tone silver foliage with pink flowers.
 
'Marmaduke' Neon green maple shaped leaves, speckled with burgundy. 12-14"
 
'Maui Mist' Striking leaf pattern of deep misty pink and burgundy green, with dark edges.
 
'Paso Doble' Large leaves beautifully colored with two tones of pink surrounded by a white and green edge.
 
'Salsa' Leaves are etched with silver, green, and burgundy in a rich and dazzling pattern. Quite compact at 8".
 
semperflorens (Wax Begonias) Shiny leaves and smaller flowers than their cousins. These small mounded plants do well in partial shade. The dark leaved varieties will tolerate full sun better than the green leaved ones.
 
cocktail series Broad and compact plants with dark bronze leaves. Available in Gin (pink), Vodka (scarlet red), and Whiskey (white). 6-8"
 
'Sprint Plus Orange' Early blooming Begonia, compact growth, bright orange flower color. H 6-10"
 
super olympia series Broad compact plants with green leaves , blooming spring to frost. Offered in red, rose, white and a mix.
 
'Sophie Cecile' Blue green deeply cut leaves with pretty pink flowers.
 
'Sparks Will Fly' Unique dark bronze foliage and dazzling tangerine blooms that mature to yellow in the Fall. Mounded habit. 18"x18". Shade.
 
tuberhybrida (Tuberous) Tuberous begonias, with their large, tropical looking leaves and flowers are a choice plant for pots and baskets. Shade to part sun.
 
elator series Enormous double flowers on bushy plants. Ideal for beds and containers. Available in a wide range of colors, some flowers have fringed edges.
 
illumination series A trailing variety with green leaves. Great for hanging baskets. Available in golden picotee, lemon, rose and scarlet. 12"
 
million kisses series Fabulous, deeply cut flowers arrive in masses. Excellent trailing habit for baskets. Available as 'Amour' (dark foliage & dark red flowers), 'Elegance' (light pink blushed white) and 'Honeymoon' (lemon yellow).
 
non-stop series The name says it all! A green leaved variety with small leaves and double to semi double flowers. Offered in deep rose, deep red, orange, white and yellow.
 
nonstop mocca white A coffee leaved variety with double to semi double white flowers.
 
'On Top Sunset Shades' Very large, sunny yellow and apricot bicolor blooms on plants with a great growth habit.
 
'Unstoppable Upright White' This robust variety produces a perpetual supply of single white flowers that are brushed with pink and highlighted by yellow centers. H 16"
 
whopper series Whopper Begonias offer super-sized performance! They are a big, vigorous plant which will fill out any beds and large containers equally well. Give Whoppers plenty of room to grow. Available in Bronze leaf-'Rose' and 'Red' and in Green leaf- 'Rose' and 'Red'. Mounded habit, 32" x 22"
 
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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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CAMPANULA (Bellflower) A large genus varying from low-growing mounds to tall stately specimens. Bellflowers prefer full sun to partial shade and moderately rich, moist, well-drained soil. July-August.
carpatica Tidy, clumping plants with 2" bell shaped flowers, for edging or rock gardens. July-August. H 8", Zone 3-8
 
'Rapido White' White bell-shaped flowers.
 
NEW! 'Pearl Deep blue' This forms a low, cushion-shaped mound of small green leaves, with loads of up-facing, open medium-blue bells appearing in early summer.
 
persicifolia takion series (Peach-leaf Bellflower) Super compact with very large colorful and abundant blooms. Small enough for containers, very strong stems. Available in 'Takion Blue', with big lavender-blue flowers or 'Takion White', with flowers facing upward & out. H 16-20", Zone 2-9
 
poscharskyana 'Blue Rivulet' A compact variety that forms a spreading patch of small, green, heart-shaped leaves, bearing lots of star-shaped lavender-blue flowers with a white eye. More tame than other varieties. June-July. 6-8"
 
x. 'Dicksons Gold' Bright gold foliage forms a low growing, dense, weed-supressing clump. A profusion of lavender blue star-shaped flowers provide striking contrast. H 4-6", Zone 5-7
 
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CHRYSANTHEMUM This is a genus of about 20 species of upright bushy perennials, grown primarily for their showy flowerheads which consist of ray florets in a variety of colors and different forms. They enjoy full sun and average garden soil.
superbum leucanthemum (Shasta Daisies) Robust, clump forming perennial with inversely lance-shaped, toothed, glossy, dark green basal leaves. Zone 5-9, unless otherwise noted.
 
'Banana Cream' Lemon yellow flowers aging to buttery yellow. June-August, 15-18"
 
'Becky' Large flowered variety with long stems. July-October, 24-36". Zone 3-7
 
'Daisy May' Here is an easy, fast growing, and fun perennial, with a long bloom time, and showcasing clean 2 1/2 to 3" white flowers. Blooms all summer with faithful deadheading. H 12-24"
 
NEW! 'Real Charmer' Large decorative blooms with fancy fringed central petals. Flower color is cream to lemon, with contrasting deep golden centers carried on very strong stems.
 
'Real Neat' Real Neat has double rows of pure white fluted petals with golden yellow centers. Neat compact habit ideal for pots and containers and garden borders. H 16-18"
 
'Spoonful of Sugar' Huge, 4 1/2" double rowed, creamy white blooms with a bright yellow eye smother the deep green foliage during the heat of summer. Loved for its compact, dome-like habit in the garden. H 16-18", Zone 5-9.
 
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CIMICIFUGA (Black Snakeroot) Tall racemes of tiny white flowers tower over fine foliage. Good for cutting. Interesting as a specimen plant and beautiful in masses. Prefers partial shade and moist, well-drained soil high in organic matter. 3' foliage; 5-7' flowers
japonica (Japanese Bugbane) The leaves have a maple-like appearance and flowers emerge from the axils of the leaves. Zone 4-7.
 
'Hillside Patent Leather' A striking plant that is more compact with more emerald-green leaves than the species. H 8-12", with flower 2-3'.
 
racemosa (Bugbane) Native Eastern wildflower with deeply cut foliage and long, fragrant, ivory flower racemes. July-Aug.
 
'Pink Spike' Wonderful bronze tinted foliage is held on dark, upright stems and in late summer and early fall they are topped with tall spikes of pink buds that open to pinkish-white flowers. Plant in groups of 3 for best effect. H 48-60".
 
species The stately native!
 
x 'Chocoholic' A shorter Cimicifuga with dark chocolate-brown foliage all season. Spikes of pink tinged white flowers open in August and have a sweet fragrance. 2-3', Zone 4-9
 
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CLEMATIS Wonderful genus of mostly climbers, many with large showy flowers. Will grow up trellises, arbors, lamp posts, shrubs, and much more. Best to mulch or plant around the base of clematis, keeping the roots cool. Rich, moist, cool soil. The base of your Clematis should be planted 2-3" below soil level to deter Clematis Wilt. F-full sun, PS- partial shade, S-shade Pruning Groups: A - Varieties that flower only on growth produced the previous year. Prune to shape as soon as they are finished blooming in June. B1 - Varieties that flower on wood that has been hardened by the previous season’s growth. They usually have a heavy flush of flowers in May-June followed by a second smaller flush in September on current year’s growth. In late February or March a light pruning with some variation of stem length will produce a more balanced plant. A harsh pruning will limit flowering but not hurt the plant at all. B2 - Varieties that bloom simultaneously on last year’s and the current season’s growth. Plants usually bloom continuously from June thru September. For Pruning treat as group B1 or C. C - Varieties that bloom only on current season’s growth. Plants should be cut back in late February or March to two strong sets of buds on each stem as close to the ground as possible. Vines in this group left unpruned will consist of woody growth at the bottom and foliage and flowers where last year left off. A good choice to grow up through a tree or if you want blooms to start higher up on the plant (for example: you could grow a shrub type or a group A or B Clematis in front with the group C blooming from the top of the other one up).
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, Zone 4
 
montana 'Freda' Cherry-pink, 2" flowers with yellow anthers. Very deep bronze foliage. May-June, H16', FS-PS, Pruning Group: A, Zone 5
 
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. Zone 4-9
 
species Clusters of small, dainty, fragrant, white flowers. Very vigorous. Aug.-Sept. 20'-30', Heirloom, F 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', PG-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', Zone 3-9. 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 C. Zone 4-8
 
'Avante Garde' This easy and vigorous clematis sports red and pink flowers all through summer in a two-tone display of beautiful button blossoms. 8-12'. Pruning group C.
 
'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, Pruning Group: C
 
NEW! 'Polish Spirit' Profuse rich purple-blue 3-4" open flowers. 10-15' F-PS C
 
'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'. Pruning type 3. 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'. Prune Spring. Tolerates shade well.
 
x. 'Blue Angel' The clear blue 3-4" flowers have delicately, crinkly edges and curve slightly. Anthers are creamy-yellow. 10-12'. June-August. 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'
 
NEW! x. 'Cezanne' Covered in fragrant, deep lavender-blue flowers from late spring-summer. Growing to only 3-6ft. it is easy to work into any garden. Award winning variety.
 
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.
 
NEW! x. 'Comtesse de Bouchard' Velvety, 4-6", rose-pink flowers with yellow stamens. June-Sept. 6-8' F-PS 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, 6', PG-B, Zone 4-9
 
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. 7', Late Spring- Early Fall, Sun, 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. Pruning group B2
 
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, PG-C
 
x. 'General Sikorski' Gorgeous mauve blue flowers that are contrasted with a red center. Free-flowering nature. June-September. 7-10', FS-PS,PG-B, Zone 4-9
 
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/PS, Zone 4. PGB
 
NEW! x. 'Giselle' Dusky pink flowers with a thin dark pink margin on the petals, dark pink center. Very free flowering from May-September. Compact habit.
 
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'
 
x. 'Hagley Hybrid' Medium size rich pink flowers with ruffled edges and reddish anthers. Vigorous grower with 5-6" flowers. June-Sept. 7-9'. F-PS C
 
x. 'Henri' One of the oldest and still best white hybrids available. Large 6-8" single, creamy-white flowers with dark stamens. Vigorous climber. 8-12'. June-Sept., Group B2
 
x. 'Jackmani' Profuse bloomer with dark purple, 4-6" flowers. June-August. 12-10' F-S C
 
x. 'Josephine' CHOICE CLEMATIS! Chelsea Flower Show Award Winner of 1998. 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. 6-8", June-Sept., S-PS, Pruning Group: B2
 
x. 'Kardinal 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', PG-C
 
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. 8-12' PS-S B1
 
x. 'Niobe' Velvety, ruby-red with ivory stamens. June-Sept. 6-8', F-PS B2
 
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’
 
x. 'Rebecca' Very large flowers are a stunning magenta red with creamy yellow anthers. Free flowering, exceptionally beautiful red variety. May-June; 6-8'; F-PS; 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 inches across with full, overlapping petals. All of the Vancouver varieties have some of the largest flowers of any Clematis.
 
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"
 
x. 'Vancouver Fragrant Star' The pleasing light scent of vanilla is unique for a large (6-8") flowered clematis! Pure white, star-shaped blossoms open to reveal striking deep red stamens. Blooms May-June-September. H 6-9', Zone 4-8. Pruning group B1, prune lightly. Sun to bright shade.
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Morning Mist' The largest flower at 12 inches across! Light lavender pink fades to white. Medium height growing 6 to 8 feet.
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Mystic Gem' Pink flowers edged in white with red stamens in the center. Medium height growing to 6-8 feet
 
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.
 
x. 'Wildfire' Newest flowers emerge magenta pink then deepen to violet purple. A red purple bar ignites the 6-8” flowers with flaming color. Hot stuff! 8-10', starts blooming early summer, FS, PG-B
 
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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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COREOPSIS (Tickseed) Well known perennials with pinnately lobed foliage absolutely covered with bright daisies. Tickseed is easy to grow and have a long bloom time. Ideal for the low-maintenance garden. Attracts butterflies. Prefers full sun and average to poor, well-drained soil.
big bang series This series features some of the longest booming perennials, blooming from early summer often to frost. They have improved disease resistance, sterile flowers, so they won't seed around. From the well known plant breeder, Darrell Probst.
 
'Full Moon' An extremely floriferous, very long blooming selection that is a dynamo in the landscape. Bright canary yellow, 2-3" flowers are carried on well-branched stems for several months. Tickseed. 18-24", Zone 4-9
 
'Red Satin' Solid deep wine red to ruby red flowers cover the deep green, threadleaf, tightly mounding foliage all summer long. Proven hardy to Zone 5. 15-18", Zone 5-9
 
little bang series If you love the "Big Bang Series' of coreopsis but are looking for a smaller plant that grows only a foot wide, this series is for you! Naturally compact, great disease resistance and long bloom time. From Master hybridizer Darrell Probst, the flowers are sterile, therefore they just keep coming all season long without the need for deadheading. Tickseed. Zone 5-9
 
'Daybreak' Sterile, bicolor flowers with a prominent orange-red center and fringed, gold tips bloom all summer long. H 8-12"
 
'Red Elf' Love 'Mercury Rising' but need something smaller? Deep burgundy red, sterile blossoms are produced atop a more compact clump of disease resistant foliage all season. Blossoms have a lightly frosted white tips in high summer. 8-12"
 
satin and lace series A new series of tickseed type that are more cold tolerant and have sterile flowers, they will not reseed around the garden. They form a sturdy, upright clump and bloom for months. Highly mildew resistant selections by Darrell Probst with vibrant two tone flowers, bushy, compact and long flowering. 15-18", Zone 4-9
 
'Berry Chiffon' White flowers with a large, vibrant raspberry eye. The raspberry color expands to almost cover the surface in cooler temperatures.
 
'Red Chiffon' 'Red Chiffon' starts pale yellow with a vivid red eye that expands late in the season until the flower is red with light petal tips.
 
verticillata Also known as Threadleaf Coreopsis, it spreads laterally by rhizomes. The stems are wirey, flowers usually 2" across and are produced abundantly in clusters from midsummer to fall. Tolerates drought, poor soil and neglect.
 
'Crazy Cayenne' Stunning electric-orange blooms over soft green threadleaf foliage on a tight, compact plant. Blooms from early summer through fall. H 15-18", Zone 5-9.
 
'Curry Up' Bright yellow-gold flowers with large red eyes over soft green threadleaf foliage on a tight, compact plant. Blooms from early summer through fall. H 15-18", Zone 5-9.
 
'Moonbeam' A prolific bloomer of bright lemon-yellow flowers that produce masses. The color is softer than other coreopsis. Blooms begin in Mid-May and continue thru late August. Clumps are open and airy with needle like foliage and have a delicate look. Can tolerate some shade. H 1.5-2', Zone 3-9
 
'Zagreb' 'Zagreb' is more compact and features golden yellow, daisy-like flowers (1-2" diameter) with rays and darker yellow center disks. H 1-1.5", Zone 3-9.
 
'Zesty Zinger' Light ivory flowers (1.5") have dark magenta centers which spread toward the edge of the petals, compact, rounded foliage. H 15-18", Zone 5-9.
 
x. 'Buttermilk' Delicate, yellow flowers set in a clean upright cluster. Blooms from June-October. Great to add a light touch to your garden. H 15", Zone 5-10.
 
NEW! x. 'Sienna Sunset' Burnt sienna colored flowers aging to deep orange. Threadleaf. June-Oct. 16"-20"
 
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CYPRIPEDIUM (Lady-Slipper) Considered by many to the most captivating of the native woodland wild flowers. Grow in moist, rich, well-drained soil in partial shade, with approximately neutral pH. Very limited supply of each! Nursery grown. Zone 3-7.
NEW! pubescens 'XL' (Yellow Lady-Slipper) Probably the easiest native orchid. First to bloom in late April into May. Will form large clumps and persist for years when happy. H 12-14", Zones 3-7.
 
NEW! reginae (Showy Ladyslipper) Elegant rose-pink and white flowers in late May into June, often blooming for up to four weeks. Not the easiest of lady-slippers to grow, but really not that difficult if given the right placement: high open shade, constantly moist (but not wet) soil, with a neutral pH. Once established it can form large clumps and persist for years. Eastern U.S..H 12-18", Zone 3-7
 
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DIANTHUS A large genus including carnations, pinks, and Sweet Williams. Great for massing in perennial borders and for cut flowers. Prefer full sun and alkaline well-drained soil. Add lime yearly.
NEW! barbatus 'Scarlet Fever' (Sweet William) A great naturalizer, these plants have large bright, red-orange flowers that form dense clusters, with broad leaves. They have a spicy clove scent. Grown in full sun to part shade in well drained soil. Zone 4-9
 
fruit punch series Excellent habit, beautiful foliage and blooms that are breathtaking are the trademark of this series. Zone 4-9
 
'Cranberry Cocktail' This sweet smelling plant produces carnation-like, double, hot magenta pink flowers atop a low mound of grey-green foliage. Florist quality flowers. H 8-10"
 
'Maraschino' Fluffy, cherry red, double flowers have dark burgundy eye. H 9-11"
 
'Sweetie Pie' Exceptionally large, fragrant 1 1/2 inch blooms are fully double and a bright pink color that fades to pale pink as the flowers age. This long season bloomer stands 10" tall and 12-14" wide.
 
scent first series 'Coral Reef' Double coral-pink petals with elegant white picotee edges and a delightful spicy fragrance. 6-8", Zone 5-9.
 
x. 'Fire Star' An early summer display of a spicy, clove fragrance fiery-red single flowers with a crimson eye. H 8", Zone 4-8.
 
x. 'Kahori' A long summer display of fragrant, lilac-pink blooms. Well suited for edging and in the rock garden. Compact habit, H 6-8", Zone 3-9.
 
NEW! x. 'Mountain Frost Pink Pom Pom' Delightful double rose-pink flowers provide a lovely burst of color in early Spring followed by continual blooming until Autumn. The tidy mounded habit keeps the plants neat and virtually maintenance-free in the garden.
 
NEW! x. 'Olivia Wilde' Tidy mounding habit with excellent flower production from May-July. The flowers of lavender with a lighter edge cover the foliage and have a spicy clove fragrance.
 
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DICENTRA (Bleeding Heart) Known for their lovely sprays of pendant, heart-shaped flowers and fern-like foliage. Bleeding Hearts prefer a rich, well-drained soil and partial shade.
NEW! eximia (Fringed Bleeding Heart) Medium pink flowers and lacy foliage. Blooms May– August.
 
hybrids (Fern Leaf) between D. eximia and D. formosa. Finely cut foliage on compact plants looks good all season. Long blooming from mid spring thru fall. 12-18"
 
x. 'Luxuriant' Cherry red blossoms. This variety is the most tolerant of sun, drought and hot weather. 1-1.5'
 
spectabilis (Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart) Large and showy spring bloomers. Plants go dormant by late summer. May-June. Zone 4-9.
 
'Alba' Tall arching stems of pure white heart-shaped flowers.
 
'Goldheart' Peach colored stems support amazing metallic-gold foliage. Rose flowers. Does not go dormant in summer. 24"
 
species Tall arching stems of rose and white heart-shaped blossoms.
 
'Valentine' Looking for an updated color palette, try this new red flowering selection. Stems of this variety are deeper red and the large, puffy heart-shaped flowers are bright red with a white tip. A deer resistant plant.
 
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DIGITALIS (Foxglove) A cottage garden favorite. Foxgloves have large racemes of tubular flowers. Cutting encourages side shoots. Prefers partial shade and decent soil. Zone 4-8
ambigua grandiflora A true perennial with creamy pale yellow blossoms. June- July, 24-30"
 
purpurea A biennial which self-seeds freely. Tall spires of unusual blossoms create a showy display. June-July
 
NEW! camelot series Showy trumpets with maroon freckled throats. Available in Rose and White. May-July 3-4'
 
'Dalmatian Peach' Soft apricot flowered blooms delicately spotted with yellow cream markings. This foxglove produces well branched, compact, dwarf plants that flower their first year from sowing. 2-3'
 
'Dalmatian Purple' Tall spikes of deep, lavender-purple bells each spotted inside with maroon purple. Flowers the first year! 2-3'
 
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ECHINACEA (Coneflower) Coneflowers are native North American wild flowers with lance shaped leaves and daisy-like flowers. An excellent cut flower and butterfly attractant. Prefers full to half day sun and well-drained soil. Mid to late summer blooms. Jacqui has gone coneflower crazy- you might think it is her favorite perennial! Zone 4-8, unless otherwise noted.
'Cheyenne Spirit' A delightful mix of brilliant hues of orange, bright red, golden yellow, and white surrounding a large brown cone. Each plant blooms one color, so plant in groups for a multi-color explosion. Sold in packs of 6 to assure color assortment. H 22-30"
 
'Cleopatra' Named after the brillant yellow Cleopatra Butterfly, the blossoms of this fantastic new coneflower mimics its namesake. This compact selection has single to semi-double flowers. 15-18"
 
double scoop series Fully double flowers on sturdy stems and compact plants. Flowers have subtle color changes as they mature. Zone 4-8
 
'Cranberry' Large double flowers with a cranberry-red center surrounded by flared ray petals. 2'
 
'Mandarin' Warm, tropical orange double blossoms. 20-26"
 
'Fatal Attraction' Sturdy black stems hold intense pink flowers. Unique flower has a double row of petals that make it quite an eye-catcher!! H 26", Zone 3-8
 
'Golden Skipper' Lots of bright, lemon-yellow flowers on compact, sturdy plants. Named after a common butterfly of the same color. H 15-18", Zone 5-9.
 
'Hot Papaya' This selection has sizzling hot red-orange double petals with falling tails from a pom-pom center. Lush green foliage with sturdy maroon-colored stems. Great variety!! 32"
 
'Julia' This cultivar is exactly the same shade of deep tangerine-pumpkin orange as its namesake, the butterfly Dryas julia. The nonstop single summer blooms make this one a sure winner! H 15-18"
 
NEW! 'Kims Knee High' A terrific selection of our native Purple Coneflower. This is compact and bushy in habit, making it ideal for edging, containers, or towards the front of a sunny border. Flowers are mauve-pink with an orange cone.
 
'Magnus' Deep rose, non-drooping flowers on sturdy stems. Rounded, bronze discs. A quintessential cultivar. 3-4', Zone 3-8
 
'Orange Skipper' A compact, sturdy plant that supports single, neon-tangerine orange blooms. Also named after a common butterfly of the same color. H 15-18", Blooms June-September. Zone 5-9.
 
'Pow Wow White' Pure white, 3-4" flowers with a golden yellow cone have wide, overlapping, reflexed petals. They are produced prolifically on stiff, well-branched stems over many weeks. 18-24", Zone 3-8
 
'Pow Wow Wild Berry' AAS Winner. Unique, 3-4" intense rose flowers with dark rose centers. Very floriferous! 16-24"
 
sombrero series This very well branched, compact series of coneflower is extremely hardy with bright, vivid, rich colors and a high bud count. Very fragrant! Blooms late spring until late summer. Zone 4-8
 
'Adobe orange' A wonderful bright, pumpkin orange. 24-26"
 
'Baja Burgundy' Compact, sturdy plants with rich, burgundy pink blooms. H 24".
 
'Flamenco Orange' Large and plentiful rich, deep orange blooms. Very stunning! 24"
 
'Hot Coral' Many large flowers that are a coral orange color that is so bright it looks almost flourescent. A must in your garden. 24".
 
'Lemon Yellow' Very floriferous in bright lemon-yellow: will brighten your garden and works well in containers, also. 24"
 
'Salsa-Red' Large spicy-red flowers on a well branched, sturdy plant. 24"
 
NEW! 'Sandy Yellow' Bright yellow flowers fading to lighter yellow, with a dark cone.
 
NEW! 'Sangrita' Sangrita is stunning, with pointed, scarlet-red petals, burgundy eye and burgundy-red flower stems.
 
'Virgin' Large, full and fragrant flowers are pure white with a green cone and a double row of horizontaly held ray petals. Upright habit, no staking required. Impressive! 2-3', Zone 3-8
 
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EPIMEDIUM (Barrenwort) Excellent low-growing plant for shade. Lush heart-shaped foliage makes an excellent semi-evergreen, weed suppressing ground cover. Delicate sprays of spring flowers add to its charm. Prefers part to full shade. Will tolerate drought once established. April- May, 12-15", Zone 4-9
grandiflora This species of epimedium is characterized by its large, delicate flowers.
 
NEW! 'Nanum' Dainty and sweet this charming miniature Epimedium has a clumping habit grows a mere 4-8" tall and long spurred bright white flowers float March to April over dramatic red-purple edged deciduous foliage.
 
NEW! 'Purple Prince' Deep purple flowers on a medium sized plant that continues to push new foliage over the old all season.
 
NEW! perralchicum 'Frohnleiten' Red-tinged leaves set off bright yellow flowers.
 
NEW! rubrum In late March small, star-shaped, rose-red flowers appear on wiry stems about one foot high. As the flowers finish there is an explosion of striking, red-flushed foliage. This red is most intense on plants grown in full sun.
 
versicolor Versicolor means changing color.
 
NEW! 'Cherry Tart' Foliage emerges in spring with a bronze hue. The real prize is the outward facing flowers that are pink and red with bright yellow anthers in the center.
 
'Sulphureum' Soft yellow flowers are borne on wiry stems above red-flushed foliage in spring.
 
NEW! warleyense 'Orange Queen' Dainty orange apricot flowers on sturdy 10-12" stems in mid spring. Olive green, oval to heart shaped foliage takes on coppery tinted marbling in the cool temperatures of late summer and autumn.
 
NEW! x. 'Raspberry Rhapsody' The flowers of mauve-rose are quite large and contrast nicely with the pale pink sepals. The foliage emerges mahogany-red, turning green in the summer. 1-2’, Zone 4-9
 
youngianum 'Royal Flush' This hybrid is a cross between E. diphyllum and E. grandiflorum, rhizomatous, clump forming, it typically grows shorter. The leaves emerge a rich cinnamon-red color and eventually take on lovely maroon tones that are brightest along the leaf margins with delicate lavender flowers. H 15"
 
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NEW! EUPATORIUM coelestirum (Blue Mistflower Hardy Ageratum) An eastern U.S. native. Covered with blue-violet flowers from late summer until frost, it is low growing, creeps rapidly by rhizomes and makes a fine groundcover for shade. It also grows well in full sun when provided with adequate moisture.
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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.
 
felix-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
 
niponicum A species valued for its colorful cultivars. Most display their best color when exposed to direct sunlight. Zone 4-8
 
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 'Cristada' (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
 
erythosa '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
 
NEW! POLYSTICHUM Polystichum is a wonderful addition to any shade garden. Not only are they pretty to look at with their lacy frond structures, they are also evergreen, giving the gardener something interesting and enjoyable to look at through every season.
 
NEW! acrostichoides (Christmas Fern) An evergreen fern native to North America. An asymmetrical fern with fine texture and a dense crown that will sprout fiddleheads in the spring. Will add color to your garden year round, also an excellent host for butterfly larvae. Easy to grow, so can be used in many settings and soils. 2-3'.
 
NEW! polyblepharum (Tassel Fern) Particularly beautiful when the new fronds emerge stiffly, then drop backwards to form a tassel. Evergreen, frosted underside, 2'- 3' tall, native to Japan and Korea
 
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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GERANIUM (Cranesbill) With lovely flowers and delicately cut foliage, perennial geraniums make excellent border plants. Varied in heights, some can be incorporated into rock gardens. Cut back taller varieties after first bloom to encourage rebloom. All provide nectar for butterflies. Full sun to partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. Most will tolerate a variety of conditions.
cantabrigiense 'Biokova' This plant exhibits masses of pink-centered white flowers from late spring to mid-summer. Aromatic foliage turns red in the fall. Sun to shade. 8-12" tall, Zone 4-8
 
cinereum Alpine species making compact mound of small, delicately-fluted, grey-green leaves; delicate cup-shaped flowers held on trailing stems. Summer. H 4-6", Zone 5-8
 
'Ballerina' Purplish-pink blooms with pronounced dark centers.
 
'Purple Pillow' Bright rosy-purple flowers with dark purple veins. Mounding, H 8-12"
 
himalayense This species makes a great groundcover; can take full shade and blooms sporadically throughout the summer. Zone 5-9
 
'Derrick Cook' Very large white, saucer shaped flowers are delicately veined with purple eyelashes. These sit above a mound of deeply divided bright green leaves. H 6-12", Hardy.
 
'Plenum' This cultivar produces fully double, purple-violet blooms. Summer. Nice in combination with silver foliaged plants. 12"
 
macrorrhizum (Bigfoot Geranium) This species of Geranium is very fragrant. Both flowers and foliage have an apple scent. Clusters of 5 petaled flowers late in the spring thru mid-summer. Foliage displays red and bronze tints in the fall. Zone 4-8
 
'Bevans Variety' Deep magenta flowers (to 1" diameter) with dark red sepals appear in terminal clusters above the foliage from mid to late spring. A sporadic rebloom may occur in summer. H 3/4-1'
 
'Ingwersens Variety' A rugged landscape geranium which tolerates wide range of soil condition, including dry shade. It exhibits light pink flowers with darker sepals. A great ground cover species spreading by fleshy underground rhizomes. 12-18"
 
'Spessert' 'Spessart' bears mats of aromatic foliage from which delicate soft pink to white flowers appear throughout summer. The leaves turn a beautiful bronze before falling in autumn. H 12" x 15"
 
pratense A valuable filler for color in early-mid summer. This species has a good show of large cup-shaped flowers over a bushy mound of deeply cut green leaves. Cut back hard to rejuvenate. Reseeds freely. Naturalizes very well in a less than formal garden. Zone 4-9
 
'Dark Reiter' This attractive dark-leafed selection with bright lilac-blue blossoms throughout the summer. 8-10"
 
'Delft Blue' Featuring a soft, sprawling white flower with a variety of spectacular, blue-violet splashes decorating the five rounded petals. This new variety produces more flowers in a more compact habit. H 20"
 
NEW! 'Double Jewel' Compact, upright, double white, star-shaped flowers with a contrasting splash of pinkish-purple in the center. May-September. 10-15"
 
sanguineum Heavy blooming. Delicately cut foliage forms a dense mound and turns to shades of orange, rust, and brilliant red in autumn. Very adaptable. Zone 4-9
 
'Album' Loose habit. White flowers. May-June. 10-18"
 
'Elke' Fluorescent pink flowers have bright white edges and centers. Blooms all summer with the heaviest flush in early summer. Finely cut foliage forms attractive mounds, turning red in fall. 6-8"
 
species Magenta flowers. May-June and intermittently thereafter. 8-12"
 
sylvaticum 'Brookside' Vigorous clumps of finely cut foliage. Purple-blue flowers with white centers. Summer, H 20". Zone 3-8
 
'Blue Sunrise' Compact variety with silver-blue flowers. Young foliage is orange and then yellow before turning green. Very long blooming - until frost. H 14-16", Zone 5-9.
 
NEW! 'Rise and Shine' Blooms for months with masses of rich blue flowers with a white eye surrounded by a pink halo. Flowers lighten towards pink with age. If you love 'Rozanne', you'll love 'Rise and Shine'. H 12-20", Zone 4-8.
 
x. 'Azure Rush' Large, 2.5", light blue flowers bloom from May until frost. Vigorous growing, compact with a self branching habit. Fragrant foliage. H 20", Zone 4-8.
 
x. 'Johnsons Blue' Violet blue flowers form a full mound. June-July. H 12-18", Zone 3-8
 
x. 'Perfect Storm' A profusion of small, magenta-pink flowers with a black center and black veins cover these low, spreading plants from spring to midsummer. H 12", Zone 5-8
 
x. 'Rozanne' An introduction from Blooms of Bressingham whose large, violet-blue flowers appear freely from June to October. Foliage is a deep green slightly marbled with chartreuse. H 2-3' spread 18-20", Zone 5-7
 
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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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GRASSES Ornamental Grasses have become increasingly popular in gardens. They are grown for their showy foliage and are generally very low maintenance.
CALAMAGROSTIS Stoloniferous plants that thrive in damp, fertile, even heavy soils.
 
acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' (Feather Reed Grass) Erect tufts of lax foliage. Loose pinkish inflorescences in July, persisting into fall turning to golden wheat. Full sun and moist, rich soil. An interesting addition to fresh and dried floral arrangements. H 2-4', Zone 5-9
 
brachytricha (Korean Feather Reed Grass) Tawny pink blooms, which fade to silver. The plumes remain open and feathery even when dry. One of the new flowering grasses that are happy in shade. Upright arching form in sun, slightly more lax in shade. Will tolerate a wide range of soils. Sept-Nov. 4-5'
 
CAREX Not true grasses, sedges generally have inconspicuous flowers, but their foliage provides great color for your garden. Organic rich, moist soil. Zone 5-9
 
elata 'Bowles Golden' An eye-catching sedge with bright golden-yellow leaves with thin green margins. Taller than most other sedges. An excellent choice as a highlight plant for shade or a water garden. 2-3'
 
morrowii 'Ice Dance' A fantastic ground cover for a shady spot. Compact, slow spreading clump of shiny green and white variegated foliage, drought tolerant. Part to full shade. 12"
 
FESTUCA glauca (Blue Fescue) A low-growing, semi-evergreen, clump-forming ornamental grass noted for its glaucous, finely-textured, blue-gray foliage. Foliage forms a dome-shaped, porcupine-like tuft of erect to arching, needle-like blades. Low water needs.
 
NEW! 'Blue Whiskers' Intense, powder blue foliage. Color stays bright throughout the season without browning. H 9-12", Zone 4-9.
 
'Elijah Blue' Outstanding, icy blue coloration to this clumping ornamental grass holds up even through the heat of summer. Buff colored flowers create eye-catching contrast. Mounds, H 8-12", Zone 4-11.
 
HAKONECHLOA macra 'Aureola' Bright yellow leaves with narrow green stripes, beautiful cascading form perfect for softening the edge of pathways or as an accent in combination containers. One of the few grasses that will thrive in shady sites. H 1-2', Zone 5-9
 
HELICTOTRICHON sempervirens (Blue Oat Grass) Bright steel blue leaves that tend to widen as they mature. Great addition to rock gardens, Full sun, H 18-24". Zone 4-8
 
MISCANTHUS sinensis Substantial grasses that need room to grow. They enjoy full sun and a wide range of soils. Plumes add winter interest to your garden. Zone 5-9
 
'Adagio' Delicately textured, narrow green blades with a perfect arching habit. Plumes are tinted with red. 2-3' foliage, 4-5' Influorescent.
 
'Autumn Anthem' Selected for its heavy flower production and perfect habit. Dense clump of dark green leaves with a narrow, white midrib. Feathery, creamy blooms. H 5-5.5'.
 
'Dixieland' Dwarf form of 'Variegatus', with arching green and white striped blades. Lovely showy pink plumes appear in late summer. Good container choice. 4-5'
 
'Gracillimus' (Maiden Grass) One of the oldest and perhaps the best known Miscanthus cultivar, valued for its fine textured foliage and gracefully rounded overall form. In late September it sends up airy panicles of copper-red flower heads and a little later the foliage turns a lovely golden yellow. 4-5'
 
'Huron Sunrise' The most profusely blooming Miscanthus. The green leaves have a narrow white midrib and form an upright vase-like clump. In late summer, large coppery seed heads turn into fluffy creamy tan panicles. In fall, the foliage turns colorful shades of red, orange, burgundy and gold. 5-6'
 
'Little Zebra' Narrow blades have strong horizontal gold banding. In August, plumes appear in a lovely reddish-purple color. 3-4'
 
'Morning Light' Narrow leaves have a band of clear white on the leaf margins. A late bloomer. Flower plumes emerge bronze-red, then turn cream as they age. Has a beautiful refined look. 4-5'
 
'Oktoberfest' Improved 'Graziella", better fall color and early blooming. Forms a narrow upright tower of wide leaves that develop purple and red highlights in late summer. Flowers turn burgundy to creamy tan as they age. 6-7'
 
'Strictus' (Porcupine Grass) Best known for the horizontal yellow bands on its foliage, erect growth habit and upright foliage. Reddish fan-shaped seed heads emerge in September and turn reddish wheat in the fall. Great specimen plant. 6'
 
PANICUM virgatum (Switch Grass) Switch grasses are a highly versatile and adaptable plant. A hardy, deep rooted rhizomatous grass that does well in full sun and dry or moist conditions. Zones 4-9
 
'Cheyenne Sky' (Red Switch Grass) Upright clumps of stiff, metallic blue foliage produces beautiful airy panicles in the late summer. This is a petite variety forming a tight vase-shaped clump of blue-green foliage turning wine-red in early summer. 3'
 
'Northwind' Bluish-green foliage forms a compact, narrow, erect, tall clump of foliage which is topped in late summer by finely-textured, yellow flower panicles. A real standout in the garden. 6'
 
PENNISETUM alopecuroides (Fountain Grass) These grasses are characterized by a fountain of bottle brush flower spikes flowing up and out of neat, rounded cascading mounds of foliage. They prefer full sun and well drained soil. Zone 5-9
 
'Burgundy Bunny' (Mini Fountain Grass) Fiery red highlights! The snazzy, red accents appear in June and by September 50% of the foliage is eye-catching red. Compact habit. H 12-16"x16".
 
'Desert Plains' Large mound of finely textured, green leaves that develop red tips beginning in mid-summer. 5" long bottlebrush flower spikes appear in fall. Excellent for cutting, fresh or dried.. 4' x 5'
 
'Hameln' A medium-tall form of this species. Narrow, graceful arching leaves. Rose-colored foxtail seed heads. August-Fall, 24"
 
NEW! SCHIZACHYRIUM scoparium 'Blue Paradise' A cinch to grow, striking silvery blue stems maintain their upright columnar habit all season. In early fall, tiny seed heads emerge on the top half of the stems as this lovely grass develops into a deep wine-purple color. Tolerates heat and humidity well. 36-42" tall, Zone 3-9
 
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HELLEBORUS (Lenten Rose) Woodland plants which produce clumps of glossy leaves, and thick, leafy clusters of cup shaped flowers. Earliest perennial to bloom, often blooming during snow-melt. Prefers part shade and moist, organic, neutral-alkaline soil. Zone 4-9
NEW! honeymoon series A new series with single flowers and brilliant colors. H 18-24"
 
NEW! 'New York Night' Shades of deep purple-black, jet black and purple grey all punctuated with frilly, creamy glowing stamens.
 
NEW! 'Paris in Pink' Single light pink to medium pink flowers with a small green center.
 
'Rio Carnival' A vigorous grower that produces numerous single yellow flowers with heavy burgundy speckling in early spring.
 
NEW! 'Sandy Shores' Single pale apricot flowers, 2 1/2-3", with a lovely rosy pink color on the backs.
 
NEW! 'Spanish Flare' 'Spanish Flare' bears 3", single light yellow flowers with maroon red flares. A novel color pattern for Lenten Rose.
 
wedding party series This series is bred for vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of double blossoms, and rich flower color. H 18-24"
 
'Blushing Bridesmaid' This plant has stunning bicolored, double white blooms with wine pink veining and picotee edging.
 
NEW! 'Confetti Cake' 'Confetti Cake' has 2½-3" double white flowers with burgundy speckling concentrated toward the center of the petals.
 
'Dark and Handsome' Vigorous grower that produces numerous double near-black to black-purple flowers in early spring. H 18"
 
'Maid of Honor' Large number of vibrant 2.5-3” dark-pink, double flowers.
 
NEW! 'True Love' True love in shades of rich wine, outlined with darker margins has glowing golden centers.
 
'Wedding Bells' Clear-white, double-flowered hellebore. H 18-24", Zone 4-9.
 
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HEMEROCALLIS (Daylily) Very hardy garden flower with long, grass-like foliage and trumpet shaped flowers, reminiscent of a lily. Blooms last just one day but are produced abundantly during a long blooming season. Early bloomers (E) begin in late June, mid-season bloomers (M) in mid-July, and late bloomers (L) in August. Tetraploid varieties (TET) have more chromosomes, are stronger and offer an array of color and sizes. Re-bloomers(RB) and ever-bloomers(EB) flowers all summer long. Zone 3-9
'Apricot Sparkles' Perhaps one of the most prolific daylilies of all time! 3" apricot colored flowers with glistening sparkles. Begins flowering in late June and continues reblooming until a hard frost. E, RB 14-18"
 
'Desert Flame' The flaming red-orange flowers are a standout in the garden. This is a taller daylily with nice foliage and sturdy, well-branched and budded scapes. M-RE-D-TET. H 36", spread 18-24"
 
'Earlybird Cardinal' This is the first red, very early blooming, daylily. Starts in mid-June and blooms throughout the summer. Watermelon red flowers 4" wide, pie crust edge and chartreuse throat. 21"
 
'Fragrant Returns' Similar to Happy Returns with a strong sweet fragrance, early, 4" very fragrant light lemon flowers, lightly ruffled, very extended bloom for evening show, destined to be one of the best. H 18"
 
'Hyperion' Canary-yellow flowers are carried in profusion above vigorous clumps of grasslike foliage. Although 'Hyperion' has been around since 1925, it remains unsurpassed in its color class. Fragrant flowers, July- August. H 40"
 
NEW! 'Omomuki' Has 5″ clear yellow ruffled blossoms with a bright green throat. Slightly fragrant. Yellow flowers with a green throat appear between June and July. TET
 
'Passionate Returns' Profuse blooming, 4" rosy-red, ruffled flowers just above 17" high foliage. It forms tons of buds on multiple branched scapes, blooming continuously from mid-summer to fall.
 
'Primal Scream' This spectacular daylily screams for attention when in bloom! Enormous, 7.5-8.5" glimmering, tangerine-orange blossoms have narrow, twisted, ruffled petals. Blooms early July. H 34"
 
'Purple D-oro' Red-purple 2 3/4" flowers, with yellow throats subtly veined with purple. With all the ever blooming power of Stella. EB 16"
 
'Red Hot Returns' First red, continuous blooming daylily. 5" cherry red blossoms have a bright yellow halo, apple green throat and ruffled petals. Blooms all summer and into fall. 24-28"
 
'Stella D-Oro' Ever-blooming with gold flowers. Award Winner, EB 18-24"
 
'Stephanie Returns' Unique colored: bicolor blend of peachy pink, ruffled petals with a thin purple eye, a dazzling yellow throat, and deep rose-purple sepals. Nearly continuous bloom. RE. 14-16"
 
'Sunday Gloves' Delicious frosting-white blossoms with pale lemon yellow eye. Fragrant. 5 1/4 “ flowers stay open 16 hours. E-M, RB. 16"
 
NEW! 'When My Sweetheart Returns' Soft peachy yellow blossoms with a large, rose pink eye, lemon throat, and romantically ruffled petals are produced on short scapes. A truly everblooming daylily!!! 14-16", mid-season
 
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HIBISCUS Very showy, shrubby plants bearing huge blooms. We are offering some compact forms which can be used in gardens. Tropical plants which love the heat, and don’t awaken from their winter slumbers until late spring. Full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Mid to late summer.
NEW! 'Mars Madness' Huge 6-8", magenta flowers and dark olive green leaves have copper highlights, with the newest leaves emerging coppery purple. A later blooming Hibiscus and will extend the color of your late summer/early fall garden.
 
NEW! 'Starry Starry Night' This variety produces a mound of very dark foliage, which serves as a dramatic backdrop for its eye-catching blooms. The soft pink flowers are quite large, up to 8″ across, and have contrasting red eyes.
 
summerific series 'Berry Awesome' 7 to 8" lavender pink flowers with a red eye and contrasting deep green foliage. Covered with flowers from late summer into fall. 4'
 
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HOSTA (Plantain Lily) Grown for its lovely and varied mound-forming foliage. Most bloom in June or July. Exceptions are noted. Heights are given for foliage rather than blooms. Hostas benefit from morning sun to encourage flowering and proper leaf color. Variegated varieties and yellow or gold-leaved hostas need some sun to fully develop their color. Green and blue hostas lose some of their intensity with too much sun. Hosta grows best in average to fertile soil, but will survive in poor soils. Zone 3-9
'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' Birds have been known to drink from 3" deep cups formed by the deep blue, heavily puckered leaves. White bell-shaped flowers in mid-summer. 16" x 40"
 
'Afterglow' Large, green, heart shaped leaves with incredibly arresting, wide, yellow margins. Forms an upright mound with pale lavender flowers. 24" x 36"
 
NEW! 'August Moon' Large, heart-shaped leaves are bright gold to chartreuse depending on the amount of sun exposure. They are corrugated, wavy, and of good substance making them slug resistant. Tolerates full sun which will intensify the gold color of the leaves.
 
NEW! 'Autumn Frost' The leaves emerge frosty blue with a bright yellow margin that lightens to creamy white during the summer. It forms a medium sized mound topped with light lavender flowers in mid to late summer.
 
'Blue Angel' Huge blue leaves with a heavy texture and many near white hyacinth-like flowers in midsummer. Probably the largest blue hosta known. 3'h x 4'w
 
'Blue Ivory' A new blue Hosta with terrific sun tolerance and a compact, elegant form. The leaves, widely edged in creamy yellow, really accentuate the rich aquamarine tones at the center. Lavender blooms. 16"hx30"w
 
'Blue Mouse Ears' Adorable small hosta with thick, heart-shaped blue-green to grey-green leaves. Lavender flowers. 8". 2008 Hosta of the Year.
 
NEW! 'Brother Stefan' A large sized hosta, described by many as the most spectacular hosta they have ever seen. Thick, heavily corrugated and puckered leaves are green with a brilliant gold center. In spring, the margin may have a waxy coating making it appear more blue, and the center may be more chartreuse. Forms a wide, tall clump, making it the perfect focal point for a shade garden.
 
NEW! 'Cool as a Cucumber' This gorgeous large hosta forms a cascading clump of green and white variegated foliage. Its foliage is notably upright in youth, but quickly develops into a gracefully arching mound. The long, tapered, pointed leaves have bright green margins which jet towards the clear white center.
 
'Curly Fries' Leaves are long and lance-shaped, very wavy, chartreuse green in spring changing to a unique shade of yellow in the summer. Lavender flowers bloom in summer. H 6" x 16". Leaf Size: 8" x 2". Zones: 2 - 8
 
NEW! 'Dancing Queen' An exceptionally large, bright yellow Hosta with scalloped leaves and pale lavender flowers in August. 18"h x 28" w.
 
'Earth Angel' Superb new sport of ‘Blue Angel’, with variegated blue-green leaves edged in wide, creamy-white margins. Pale lavender flowers in early summer. H 30", Zone 3-8.
 
NEW! 'Fantabulous' 22" high leaves are dark green with wide irregular margins of ivory white. Foliage is thick, satiny and heart shaped with long points. Purple striped lavender flowers. Forms a showy clump, that appears to be flowing from the center because of its rippled margins..
 
'Fragrant Blue' A superb medium sized hosta, with a 12" wide clump of smooth textured, powdery, chalky blue, heart-shaped leaves. A rapid grower that continues sending up new leaves throughout the season. Slightly fragrant white blooms. Slug resistant. H 20"
 
NEW! 'Fried Bananas' This sport of H. 'Guacamole' is one of the fastest-growing gold-leaved hostas, and certainly the most fragrant. The 30" wide clumps are adorned with shiny chartreuse golden foliage (brightest in sun). In August, the clumps are topped with 3' tall scapes of large and very fragrant, near-white flowers.
 
'Halcyon' Mid-sized blue hosta with frosty blue-green and pointed leaves. Heavy substance foliage and is slug resistant. Pale blue-violet flowers. 18-28" H x 30" W.
 
'Hudson Bay' Wide, bright blue margins and apple green jetting contrast nicely with the creamy white center all season. Heavy substance leaves, white flowers. 24" H x 26" W
 
'Humpback Whale' Forms an immense dome-shaped mound of blue-green heart-shaped leaves that have an unusual hump in the mid-leaf which points the tip of the leaf downward. White bell-shaped flowers. 36"N x 48" W.
 
'Island Breeze' The leaves have a bright yellow center in spring, turning chartreuse in summer, with a darker edge. The petioles are bright red with some of the red color coming up into the base of each leaf. Lavender flowers on red scapes. H: 24" x 14" Leaf Size: 6.5" x 4.5" Zones: 2 - 8
 
'Liberty' This hosta has buttery-yellow leaves with rich green hearts, making for a unique and lovely look! Lavender flowers. 24"h x 36" w. Hosta of the year for 2012!!!
 
'Loyalist' One of the best white centered hostas. Heavily substance leaves have deep green margins and nearly pure white centers that will not melt out. Lavender flowers. Large size H 30-36", 16" wide.
 
'Maui Buttercups' An outstanding yellow hosta with 5" round, puckered leaves that are deeply cupped and corrugated. Flared violet flowers. Good slug resistance. 10"h x 14"w
 
'Mighty Mouse' Mouse ear-shaped leaves in bluish green with a creamy yellow edge. Lavender flowers in early summer. 8"h x 12" w
 
NEW! 'Mini Skirt' This petite hosta forms a miniature mound of very wavy, thick, blue-green leaves with creamy yellow margins in spring. In summer, the center turns more green and the edge lightens to creamy white. Pale lavender flowers.
 
NEW! 'Munchkin Fire' This vigorous new yellow miniature hosta is the perfect size for troughs and the ever-popular fairy gardens. Short and narrow leaves hold their bright yellow color all season long. Lavender flowers appear above the petite habit in midsummer.
 
NEW! 'Neptune' Unique blue hosta forms a cascading clump of narrow wedge-shaped leaves with heavily rippled edges. Arching lavender flowers in late summer. 24"h x 32"-39"W
 
'Patriot' Green with wide white margins, wonderful form. Lavender flowers. 15-18"h x 24-30"w
 
'Pauls Glory' Leaves are blue-green with a chartreuse center in spring. By summer they turn darker green and centers brighten to gold. Pale lavender flowers. 25" x 40"
 
'Prairie Sky' One of the bluest hostas available, retaining its showy color all season. Lightly cupped leaves of thick substance. Pale lavender flowers. 14"H x 24" W.
 
'Rainforest Sunrise' This premium hosta variety's leaves emerge light green, then quickly develop dark green margins and a radiant gold center as they mature. The thick leaves become lightly cupped and heavily puckered. 8" h x 18" w. 2013 Hosta of the Year
 
'Stained Glass' A sport of ‘Guacamole’ exhibiting same rapid growth rate but displays variegation earlier and maintains brilliant gold throughout the season. Prominent veins throughout the leaf gives it a “stained glass” effect. Fragrant flowers. Light shade to 3/4 sun, 15" h x 30" w
 
'Sum and Substance' Large, chartreuse, wavy leaves are extremely pest resistant.sun. Fragrant lavender flowers. Strong grower. 36"h x48"
 
'Victory' Huge, variegated, very large dark green leaves have a wide creamy-yellow border and are held upright. Topped with lavender flowers. H 36" and more, Zone 5-9.
 
NEW! 'Vulcan' This vigorous selection has creamy-white leaves with dark green margins. Golden-yellow streaks occur along the interior margins where the white and green overlap. Lavender flowers; mid-late summer; 22"h x 36" w.
 
NEW! 'Waterslide' 'Waterslide' has wavy, ruffled leaves with heavy substance. The blue, rippled leaves look like water splashing in the shade garden, and hold their blue color well into the summer season. Lavender flowers appear on scapes in late summer.
 
NEW! 'Whee' Extremely ruffled, cream colored margins extend from the tip of each green leaf all the way down the petiole to the crown. The leaves of this medium sized hosta are of excellent substance, making them slug resistant in the landscape. Light lavender flowers.
 
'Wishing Well' A SUN TOLERANT BLUE. This large hosta is prized for holding its beautiful blue color long into the season, even when planted in 2/3 day of sun. Its huge leaves emerge slowly, exhibiting a unique cupped, rippled, corrugated texture. H 23" x 38"
 
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NEW! IBERIS sempervivium 'Snowsation' (Candytuft) Evergreen, low growing, mound-forming foliage bears clusters of large white flowers, with a compact habit. Valuable as a ground cover in rock and wall gardens. Drought and salt tolerant, deer resistant, thrives in poor soil. Full sun. H 6-12", Zone 3-10.
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IRIS A large genus of plants with long, blade-like foliage and showy flowers excellent for cutting. With a wide range of color, bloom times, and cultural requirements, there are Iris for every garden.
cristata (Dwarf Crested Iris) A spreading native wildflower, 3.5" flowers. They works well in naturalized or woodland gardens. Full to part shade. Humus rich, well-drained soil. Spring, 6-10" Zone 5-8
 
'Powder Blue Giant' Large flowers are a powder blue with golden crests accented by deep blue. 12", Zone 4-9
 
NEW! 'Tennessee White' Vigorous spreader and prolific bloomer with white flowers with yellow crests.
 
ensata (Japanese Iris) Japanese Iris have huge, flouncy flowers that bloom in July, later than Bearded or Siberian Iris. Ideally suited to a pond edge, but do well in any moist, acidic, humus-rich soil. Sun to part shade. Zone 4-9
 
NEW! 'Eileens Dream' Graceful large dark maroon double flowers that are dramatically splashed with yellow signals.
 
'Lion King' White flower petals with a ruffled grape-purple edge that dance in the breeze. Vigorous growing with large flowers. 3-4', Zone 4-9
 
'Momogasumi' Pastel pink flowers with a golden heart. Late blooming. 30-48"
 
'Variegata' A strikingly beautiful, deer-resistant iris with creamy white-and-green, vertically striped, broad foliage. In late spring, each clump is topped with attractive, pale lavender-blue flowers. H 28", Zone 5-9.
 
germanica (Bearded Iris) Bearded Iris are loved for their large showy flowers and 2" wide leaves that are tinged in blue. Most bloom early to mid June, some varieties have a late summer rebloom. Average to infertile soil. Zone 3-9
 
'Gnus Flash' Unusual color combination of greyish tan standards and grape falls, that are irregularly splashed with silvery white streaks. Eye catching! H 38"
 
NEW! 'Mary Frances' Magnificent and scented, award-winner Iris 'Mary Frances' features lovely blue-orchid flowers delicately splashed with pristine white on their falls.
 
NEW! 'Presbys Crown Jewel' This bearded iris carries 7–9 large, 6″ ruffled flowers of glistening white with dark, violet-blue edges on each stem.
 
'Savannah Sunset' Intense orange flowers that bloom extensively. 36-48"
 
mini germanica These varieties produce Bearded iris but in miniature. Perfect for rock gardens, front of borders or in patio planters. Zone 3-9
 
'Eramosa Skies' Bright peachy pink with a large prominent fuchsia spot on the falls and bright coral beards. Blooms mid to late season. H 11"
 
NEW! 'Jive' Rich golden apricot with a large raspberry burgundy spot and red beards. Bright and ruffled!
 
sibirica (Siberian Iris) Siberian Iris form elegant, upright blades of green foliage and an abundance of flowers in mid-late June, just after Bearded Iris and just before Japanese Iris. Each variety flowers for a couple of weeks. They are not fussy but prefer slightly acid to neutral soil, moist and humus rich. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3-9
 
'Butter and Sugar' White flowers above yellow falls. 28"
 
'Contrast In Styles' This showy selection of 3-5" flowers is named for its incredible contrasting color patterns and complex combinations of rich wine purple, blue, yellow and white. 28-34"
 
'Kita-No-Seiza' Brighten those problem spots with this graceful Siberian Iris. Butterflies are attracted to its blue-violet flowers, which are veined with white. 24-28"
 
NEW! 'Painted Women' New variety for 2018. Pearl colored standard with red-violet veins.
 
NEW! 'Welcome Return' 'Welcome Return' features repeat blooming flowers of violet blue with yellow blaze. Its blossoms first appear in late spring then again in summer.
 
'Yellow Tail' A beautiful semi-double Iris with white inner petals. Strong grower! Mid-Late bloom. H 28"
 
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JEFFERSONIA (Twin Leaf) Jeffersonia is a somewhat uncommon spring woodland wildflower. It is usually found in limestone soils in rich damp woods. Clump forming. Full to dapple shade. H 10-12", Zone 3-8.
diphylla (Twin Leaf) White flowers in May followed by interesting pipe-shaped seed pods over large twin butterfly-wing-shaped dusty blue-green leaves. Forms exceptional clumps and is useful both as a specimen plant and planted en masse. Eastern U.S. native.
 
NEW! dubia (Asian Twin Leaf) Older plants can have up to fifty upward facing blue to lavender blue blooms that can be seen from hundreds of feet away. One of the earliest to bloom in the spring as the flowers appear before the foliage. Native to Japan, China and Korea.
 
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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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KIRENGESHOMA (Yellow Waxbells) An elegant, shrub-like plant with erect, purple stems sporting large, maple-like leaves. Large, waxy, yellow flowers above the top of the foliage in late summer. Part to full shade. Moist, rich soil.
koreana 5 foot mounds of round foliage with yellow bells in July. Similiar to palmata except it is about 2' taller, blooms 6 weeks earlier and the bells curve upward and do not nod. 5-6', Zone 4-8
 
NEW! palmata Waxy bell-shaped flowers that nod from the uppermost leaf axils in September. 3-4', Zone 4-7
 
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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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KNIPHOFIA hirsata (Torch Lily-Red Hot Poker Plant) Large spikes of tubular flowers blaze above grassy foliage. Buds are richly colored and open from the bottom of the flower spike. Full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. Intolerant of wet heavy soils. Bloom Late July-August. Zone 5-9
'Fire Dance' Dwarf Torch Lily! Coral and yellow flower spikes are produced atop a low-growing, thick clump of narrow, arching, blue-green foliage. 20"
 
NEW! poco series A short series - Use in front of your border. Massive flower count, blooms summer to frost with large inflorescences and short, grassy leaves. Bee and hummingbird magnets. Offered in Orange and Red.
 
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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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LIGULARIA A species known for large showy leaves and impressive bright yellow or orange flowers. Substantial plants that are best grown in a bog garden or along a stream or pond. In the heat of day Ligularias will wilt in high light or when stressed for water. Part shade and deep, rich, moist soil. July-August
'Orthello' 'Othello' is grown as much for its dark colored foliage as for its yellow flowers. New leaves emerge purplish-red, but mature to brownish-green on top and purplish beneath. Blooms July to August. H 2-3', Zone 3-8.
 
NEW! 'Osiris Cafe Noir' The color-changing leaves are thick, serrated and absolutely stunning! New growth is deep purple, becomes bronze and then an olive green shade. Bright yellow blooms are a bonus in the summer months.
 
NEW! 'Osiris Fantaisie' Thick, rubbery, arrowhead-shaped leaves with undulating, deeply serrated edges. Foliage is dark green on top and burgundy beneath. Golden-yellow flowers on purple-red stems. Plants have a good, full habit.
 
NEW! stenocephala
 
NEW! 'The Rocket' Stately with handsome clumps of large, robust leaves, and tall spikes of bright yellow flowers. 4-6'
 
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NEW! LILIUM (Oriental Lily) Oriental Lilies are large, exotic, star-shaped blooms that are deliciously fragrant, superb for cutting. Mid-Season. Full Sun.
NEW! 'Magic Star' A soft pink with deep pink stripe down each ruffled petal make this a showstopper in the garden! A double flower that can be 3-6" across.
 
NEW! 'My Wedding' This double oriental lily is crisp white with a hint of pink around the edges has no stamen is also ideal as a cut flower especially for Bridal Bouquets. My Wedding has a beautiful scent.
 
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NEW! LILIUM canadense (Canada Lily) Lilium canadense is a spring blooming native lily, found all along the eastern side of the USA. At home in bright shade or dappled sun woodlands, this wildflower can reach 4+ feet tall with flowers around 4 inches across. The nodding flowers, ranging in color from yellow to orange-red with dark spots, are at the top of a stem that also bears whorled leaves. H 2-4', Zone 3-6
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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! MERTENSIA virginica (Virginia Bluebells) A lovely North American native. Nodding, tubular, funnel shaped flowers are borne in spring. Pink buds open to lavender blue flowers. After blooming for several weeks, seeds ripen, and the plant begins to fade, going dormant in early July. Prefers a cool shady spot and moist, well-drained humus soil. Native to the eastern woodlands. April-May. H 18", Zone 3-8.
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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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MONARDA didyma (Beebalm Wild Bergamot) A spreading plant with aromatic foliage often used in teas. Unusual whorls of flowers make excellent cuts. Attracts bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. Needs to be divided regularly and the soil replenished. Beebalms are susceptible to mildew and dry soils exaggerate that susceptibility. Full sun and rich, moist soil. July. Zone 4-8
'Jacob Cline' Most mildew resistant red variety. 3-4'
 
NEW! 'Petite Delight' Dwarf form with 2" bright lavender-rose blooms. Exceptional mildew resistance. 15" height, 24" spread.
 
'Purple Lace' Very compact plant with purple-pink flowers. Blooms well even as a young plant. Good mildew resistance. H 12-16"
 
sugar buzz series Well suited for the middle of the flower border. These vigorous cultivars have mildew resistant foliage that won't overrun the garden.
 
'Blue Moon' This compact hybrid is covered in lavender-blue blossoms mid- to late summer. H 20"
 
'Bubblegum Blast' Hot pink flowers. 24"
 
'Cherry Pops' A solid dome of cherry red, 2-2.5" flowers on strong, well-branched stems. Aromatic dark green foliage. 20"
 
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NEPETA (Catmint) A member of the mint family, it is extremely easy growing plant with few pests or problems. Repeat bloomers throughout the season. Certain varieties are attractive to cats. Drought hardy and deer resistant.
faassenii Whorled spikes of two-lipped blossoms are borne above very aromatic, soft foliage. Most have a spreading habit and make wonderful cut flowers. Long blooming, low maintenance and drought tolerant. Full sun to part shade and light, well-drained soil. Hummingbirds find most in this genus irresistible. Zone 3-8
 
'Cats Meow' This plant has a tidy, dense, rounded form and its small gray-green foliage is topped with sky-blue flowers from early June to September. 18" X 30"
 
NEW! 'Kitten Around' Very showy because the flowers are packed onto a shorter more compact plant that really concentrates the brilliant blue color for more impact in the garden. Forms a tight round mound.
 
'Purrsian Blue' This compact selection forms a densely mounded clump of green, aromatic foliage covered with periwinkle-blue blooms; very showy, intensely bright and so profuse. June-September. 14-18"
 
'Six Hill Giant' A fantastic cultivar with pale lavender-blue flowers and gray-green foliage. Heavy bloomer. June-July, 2'
 
'Walkers Low' The longest blooming Nepeta! Tons of lavender-blue flowers over compact mounds of grey-green foliage. April to fall! 18-24"
 
sibirica 'Souvenir d Andre Chaudron' Upright and bushy plant with bright lavender flower spikes. June-August. H 3', Zone 5-9
 
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PAEONIA Peonies are easy to grow, long-lived and hardy plants. They produce attractive, glossy foliage and fragrant, single or double flowers which make extraordinary cut flowers. Plant so that the root crown is 1 to 2 inches below the soil, no more. Peonies prefer full sun to part shade and slightly acid, well-drained soil enriched with manure.
intersectional Created by crossing herbaceous and woody tree peonies. They offer the best qualities of both including large flowers in unique colors, robust herbaceous foliage, strong weather resistant stems, longer bloom time, extreme winter hardiness, and increased vigor. They will spend their first year getting established, and will not be floriferous, but the bud count should increase each year. Flowers late spring. Most are fragrant. Zone 4-8.
 
'Bartzella' Huge 6-8" semi-double to double, pastel yellow flowers have a small rose-purple flare in the center and a pronounced sweet scent. 30-36"
 
'Callies Memory' Yellow-cream, semi-double flowers, edged in deeper russet with maroon flares and picotee edge appear mid-season on the mid-sized bush of lush green leaves. H 23-27"
 
'Cora Louise' Large, semi-double blossoms, white with striking dark lavender central flares, above superb dark green, deeply cut foliage, mounted form. Soft, delicious scent. 30"
 
'Julia Rose' Spectacular 6-8" semi-double blooms opening deep rose, fade to soft apricot with reddish purple tips. Attractive deeply divided foliage. Stunning cut flowers. Fragrant. 30"
 
'Scarlet Heaven' Stunning bright, red, single, really blooms out! These brilliant, showy flowers will not lose their intensity under the full sun. The petals surround a golden center of anthers with red-tipped carpels. H 25-29".
 
NEW! 'Scrumdiddlyumptious' Blooms mid to late season Creamy yellow flowers pink blushed and edged. Semi-double Flowers. Blooms mid-late season.
 
lactiflora hybrids (Garden Peonies) The delightful common garden peony has been widely grown for over 600 years, with many colors available along with single and double blooms. They bloom late spring - early summer, starting in April and through the months of May and June. Sadly, peonies flower for a relatively short period of time (7-10 days). However, they do not flower all at the same time and are classified with a blooming time, ranging from very early to late season, relative to other peonies. So fill your garden with a variety of cultivars for continuous bloom of up to 6 weeks! Zone 3-7.
 
'Armani' One of the darkest, reddest peonies ever grown. Fully double satiny red blooms with ruffled petals creating a spectacular look! Blooms late season . 36"
 
'Big Ben' Big Ben is a large bomb-type peony in shades of deep red with blue undertones. Vigorous, strong and very fragrant. H to 48", Blooms mid-season.
 
'Celebrity' Gorgeous, fragrant, huge 6" raspberry-pink blooms that contrast wonderfully with white tufted centers. Strong stems, lush green foliage. Blooms mid-late season. H 32".
 
NEW! 'Charles Burgess' Fire engine red with a golden center. Absolutely glows on a spring evening. Blooms mid season. 30"
 
NEW! 'Charles White' This unique double selection features white outer petals, the smaller inside ones are a creamy, buttery yellow. A fragrant and early bloomer. 36"
 
NEW! 'Command Performance' Blooms mid season bomb shaped, full double fragrant cardinal red flowers. Has an underglow of red/orange. Thick strong stems. Large flowers up to 8” across. Blooms mid-sesaon.
 
'Coral Sunset' The fullest of all corals! Ruffled semi-double blooms which range from a soft coral to intense coral with a rose overlay; the centers exhibit a fluff of golden yellow stamens. Mid-Late Spring. 30"
 
'Edens Perfume' One of the most fragrant peonies available! Double, large flowers, 6-7" across with frilly pink petals. A compact grower with strong stems perfect for cutting. Mid-season (early summer). 30"
 
'Festiva Maxima' Very large, double white blooms with a red spot. Fragrant. Blooms early season. 34"
 
'Gardenia' Very floriferous and extremely fragrant, pink buds open into large 8-10" blossoms in creamy white with yellow stamens in late spring and early summer. H 34".
 
'Henry Bockstoce' This cultivar has been long loved for its incredibly strong stems, intense fragrance, deep red color and amazing form. Blooms mid-season. 32-36"
 
'Krinkled White' This beauty has lovely single, snow white Krinkled petals with yellow stamens. Also performs well in containers. Mid-season. Slightly fragrant. 32"
 
NEW! 'Many Happy Returns' Warm red lovely shaped full double flowers. Very floriferous variety, long lasting cut-flowers. Blooms mid-season.
 
NEW! 'Marie Lemoine' Classic (1869) double white large globe shaped, lovely fragrant variety. Dark green foliage. Blooms late season.
 
'Monsieur Jules Elie' Double, rose pink flowers with a silver sheen. Very fragrant. Early season bloom. 34"
 
'Paula Fay' 'Paula Fay' is a semi-double pink, may be bright light red in cooler climates, with textured blossoms and contrasting yellow stamens. Great cut-flower. Fragrant. Very early season blooming. H 35".
 
'Red Charm' The ultimate red peony! Double, deep red blooms with many ruffled petals, with a long period of bloom beginning very early in the peony season. Fragrant. H 36".
 
NEW! 'Susie Q' Short candy pink rose shaped flowers. Lighty fragrant. Shorter variety (24"). Does not need staking. Good for pot plant. Blooms mid season.
 
'Sweet Harmony' Extremely floriferous and fragrant variety, holding more flowers per sturdy stem. Beautiful lavender-rose flowers are long lasting throughout the season and in the vase. Late season. 30"
 
'White Cap' A fragrant hybrid having deep raspberry-burgundy guard petals fully filled with ivory and pink stamens. Blooms May-June. H 32"
 
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PENSTEMON (Beard Tongue) A large genus with great variety. Foliage is narrow and flowers are trumpet-shaped. Loved by hummingbirds and butterflies. Full to part sun and well-drained light or sandy soil. Blooming June-July.
barbatus Among the hardiest of Penstemon species. Cheerful tubular flowers are borne on tall stems above a low mound of green foliage. May need some support. Nice cut flower. June-July. Zone 5-9
 
'Elfin Pink' Clear pink trumpets. 12-15"
 
'Prairie Dusk' Rich purple blooms. 20-28"
 
x. 'Cherry Sparks' Luscious cherry red bells with white throats appear for twice as long and are much larger than other perennial Penstemons. Late May into August. H 18-20", Zone 5-9
 
NEW! x. 'Midnight Masquerade' This variety's sturdy clump of deep burgundy-purple foliage can be enjoyed all season, but in bloom, the overall effect is stunning. Rich lavender purple flowers have pure white interiors and are produced on dark stems just above the foliage.
 
x. 'Mission Bells Deep Rose' Very long blooming rich red trumpets with striped white throats, rise on uniquely dark stems amid rich green strappy leaves. H 20", Zone 5-9
 
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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.
 
multiflora 'African Sunset' 2014 All American Selection is considered the first true orange petunia. The color is a magnificent blood orange, unique for petunias and a must for the colorful gardener. The great plus for this petunia is - it self cleans! No deadheading! It also bounces right back from the rain.
 
integrifolia A unique open pollinated species. This rare treasure has fast become the most popular petunia sold at Andrew’s today. 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. Available in the familiar magenta-purple and white. 2'x2'.
 
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.
 
'Blanket Midnight Velvet' Rich purple-velvet and intense vigor that will reach 2+ feet in diameter, and will achieve a blanket of color. No deadheading required. H 6-10"
 
'Cascadia Indian Summer' Large, lightly ruffled blooms of varied shades of yellow to rose to pink, lending a terracotta look. Semi-trailing, 10-18"
 
'Color Rush Blue' Mounds of solid dark blue flowers will give your garden a rush of color! Will hold up in the heat and withstand rain.
 
'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.
 
'Crazytunia Star Jubilee' Purple blossoms sometimes so darkly purple they appear black. With a cheery yellow star of epic proportions.
 
'Double Wave Blue Velvet' The Double Wave™ Blue Velvet Petunia plant produces fully double, frilly flowers with a very rich shade of blue-violet with deeply royal purple centers.
 
'Double Wave Pink' This plant boasts carnation-like double blossoms in eye-pleasing shades of blushing pink with rosy-pink veining.
 
'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.
 
'Panache Hells Bells' Brightly colored orange blooms. 'Hells Bells' is the perfect hot color for the heat of the summer. Mounding/trailing habit.
 
'Potunia Plus Papaya' Potunias are a unique breed of petunias boasting a bubble-like, round habit. They are well-known for their pungent smells, long-lasting colors and their ability to thrive in a variety of climates. Hot orange with a yellow center. 10-18″.
 
'Starlet Pink Lemonade' Compact and subtle, this rose bicolor has vigor and uniformity. 6-10" X 8-10"
 
'Suncatcher Blue Burst' An overlay of fine deep purple veining intensifies the vibrancy of the velvety purple blooms. Its compact, mounding habit creates a full, showy plant that won’t overtake its companions in container plantings.
 
surfinia series This series offers intense color, vigorous growth and tons of flowers. No deadheading required! Surprisingly weather resistant. H 6-10", spread 24".
 
'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! H 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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PHLOX A large and variable genus of prolific and showy bloomers. Most prefer a sunny position and rich moist soil. Their long bloom time may be extended by deadheading spent flowers. Mildew has been a problem with Phlox in the past, but new resistant cultivars are available. Proper cultivation can also help keep mildew under control; keep soil moist, plant in a well-ventilated area, keep foliage dry, and divide mature clumps every 3-4 years.
divaricata 'Blue Moon' (Woodland Phlox) A delightful spring blooming native for shade that will spread and fill in around bulbs and perennials that are slow to emerge. A wild sweet William, 'Blue Moon' with loose clusters of fragrant dark blue flowers that drive butterflies wild. May. 10-14", Zone 3-8
 
paniculata Garden Phlox is an old-fashioned favorite because of its large, showy, fragrant flower-heads. We choose only mildew resistant varieties. Prefers full sun and moist, rich soil. Mid-summer to fall bloom. Zone 4-8
 
'Amethyst Pearl' Beautiful, fragrant, pale violet flowers with white flares near the center, that bloom prolifically all summer, on a compact plant. Good mildew resistance. H 18"
 
'Blue Paradise' Flowers open a pale blue, darken to deep violet-blue, then get red-violet edges as they age. The color changes with the light-looking more blue or purple depending on time of day. Intriguing. 3-4'
 
'Bright Eyes' Light pink with bright pink eye. Large flowers over compact plants. July-August. 3'
 
'Fashionably Early Crystal' Crystal blooms 2-3 weeks earlier than other Garden Phlox, with countless flowers of pure white with a faint lavender eye above disease resistant foliage. H 28-32"
 
flame series New compact, dwarf cultivars that features upright clusters of large, sweetly fragrant blossoms. Highly disease resistant, they are available as 'Flame Purple', rich purple flowers with a small darker eye and 'Flame Red'. 12-20", Mid-summer.
 
NEW! 'Glamour Girl' Large panicles of glowing hot coral pink fragrant flowers on dark stems steal the show at the height of summer. July-August. 32"
 
NEW! 'Kung Fuchsia' Very intense, bright fuchsia pink flowers totally cover the relatively short habit. Will bloom 2-3 weeks earlier than the standard Phlox paniculata varieties and is not bothered by disease such as mildew even in hot, humid summers.
 
'Laura' This 3' plant bears huge panicles of pink-purple flowers with each floret having a distinct white star in the center. Blooms July-Sept. Mildew resistant.
 
stolonifera 'Sherwood Purple' The true Creeping Phlox are woodland plants, native to Eastern North America. Plants form a low spreading mound of leathery evergreen leaves. Short upright stems appear in mid-spring, bearing clusters of fragrant deep purple-blue flowers. Ideal for moist, shady to partly shady areas. Partial shade, H 6-12". Zone 3-8
 
subulata Moss Phlox is a showy groundcover for rock gardens, borders, and banks. Mounds of needle-like foliage are smothered with blossoms in spring. Prefers full to partial sun and well-drained, sandy soil. April-May. 4-6", H 2-9
 
'Amazing Grace' Masses of white, crimson-centered, star-shaped flowers above evergreen spreading mats of mid-green, needle-like foliage. Spring. 6"
 
'Emerald Blue' Blue/lavender blooms cover the plant for two to four weeks each spring.
 
'North Hills' 'North Hills' is smothered with bright white flowers with a prominent violet eye for several weeks in the spring. H 4" x 2'
 
'Purple Beauty' Forms solid canopies of deep purple blooms.
 
'Red Wings' Low growing mats of needle-like foliage become covered with deep scarlet-red flowers with an even red darker eye. Spring. 3-4"
 
'Snowflake' Profusion of pure white flowers completely covers the foliage which forms a short, tight, rounded clump. 4-6"
 
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POLEMONIUM (Jacobs Ladder) Dense tufts of long leaves with leaflets at a right angle like ladder rungs. Partial shade and cool, moist, humus-rich soil. Avoid hot afternoon sun unless you can keep them consistently moist. Late spring, early summer bloom.
NEW! boreale 'Heavenly Habit' Clusters of fragrant violet-blue flowers with a yellow, central eye. Low, bushy mound of fern-like, green foliage. Blooms early July to September.
 
caeruleum Odd-pinnate compound bright green leaves appear ladder-like, hence the common name. H 4-8
 
'Bressingham Purple' The original Jacob’s Ladder, whose foliage is a joy all season and the lavender blue flowers are a fantastic added spring bonus. H 15"
 
x. 'Stairway to Heaven' Dramatic foliage of vivid green trimmed with cream which turns electric pink in cool weather or full sun. Blue flowers in spring. 12"
 
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PRIMULA (Primrose) Italian for ‘Spring’, these are often the first gems of color following winter. Flowers bloom on stems rising from basal clusters of broad leaves. Partial shade and moist, rich soil.
NEW! belarina series Fully double flowers in rich colors bloom profusely. Refined in style, yet hardy, the Belarinas® are offered in many colors. 'Amethyst Ice', 'Buttercup', 'Cobalt Blue', 'Nectarine', and 'Valentine'.
 
japonica (Japanese Primrose) Spectacular looking species with flowers clustered candelabra-style around sturdy upright stems. Reseeds prolifically along stream or pond sides, creating a dazzling show once large swaths are achieved. May-June.
 
'Alba' Large clusters of white flowers on thin stems above a basal rosette of toothed, spoon shaped leaves. One of the earliest flowering primroses. H 12-24", Zone 4-7
 
'Millers Crimson' Whorls of bright, carmine red blooms sit high on lush green foliage. Loves moisture. Zone 5-8
 
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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! RODGERSIA pinnata 'Superba' With its bold, divided leaves this forms an exotic-looking clump that adds a unique foliage accent to any moist border. Large airy plumes of creamy to deep-pink flowers appear in early to mid-summer. Plants prefer a moist, dappled shade setting. Useful as a bold, architectural specimen plant.
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SALVIA (Garden Sage) Popular garden plants with attractive basal foliage supporting lovely spires of mostly purplish flowers. Provides a fine mass of color in the garden. The flower spikes are useful cut flowers. For many of these varieties, if you keep spent flowers removed the plant will continue to flower in flushes throughout the summer. Full sun to partial shade and average, well-drained soil. Zone 3/4-9
nemorosa These are drought tolerant and hardy plants. Flowers range in colors and have numerous leafy stems. The many inflorescences have closely spaced whorls of small flowers.
 
'Blue Hill' Dense spikes of true blue flowers in June-July. H 1.5-2'.
 
'Blue Marvel' Ultra large blue flowers are the biggest of any S. nemorosa! Reblooms reliably, mounded habit. H 10-12".
 
'Carradonna' From Germany, a long blooming violet purple Salvia with glowing purple stems. A taller habit, 24-36". Blooms late spring, early summer and often reblooms late summer.
 
'Violet Riot' Vivid-violet blue color on dense, well-branched plants with a neater upright stems than some salvias. H 20-24".
 
NEW! pratensis (Meadow Clary Sage) A clump-forming salvia that features numerous, dense, upright, spike-like racemes of tiny, two-lipped flowers. Flowers bloom in early summer and may rebloom sporadically into late summer if faded flowers are promptly cut back.
 
NEW! 'Fashionista Midnight Model' A color machine, this easy to grow, easy to love selection can't wait to show off its its incredible deep, violet-blue flower spikes that top the end of each plant stem.
 
NEW! 'Fashionista Pretty in Pink' Vibrant lavender pink flowers are held on darker pink calyxes. This salvia produces brightly colored flowers for a long bloom period.
 
verticillata 'Purple Rain' (Whorled Sage) Leafy base of mid green leafs that put up leaf covered arching spikes, that carry the smokey purple flowers. Flowers grow in tightly packed whorls. Informal habit. June- August, H 24".
 
x. 'May Night' (aka Mainacht) Deep purple spikes attract birds, butterflies and bees. May-June, H 12-18".
 
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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', Zone 4-9.
 
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.
 
'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.
 
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. 8"
 
sunsparkler series Groundcover type sedums offering colorful foliage with a compact mounded habit and large clusters flowers. Zone 4-9
 
NEW! x. 'Little Miss Sunshine' 'Little Miss Sunshine' is 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.
 
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"
 
NEW! x. 'Night Embers' This late season bloomer can be admired for its strictly upright habit of dark black-purple, semi-glossy succulent leaves and small clusters of light mauve pink flowers.
 
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"
 
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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.
 
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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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. Height 12 inches, 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! 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". Zone 4-8.
 
'First Love' A compact variety, it grows to be 16-20”, with elegant, bright pink flower spikes. Zone 4-9.
 
'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", Zone 4-8
 
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", Zone 4.
 
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 5-8
'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.
 
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