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NEW-VARIETIES

coccineum 'Robinsons Red' (Painted Daisy) Deep fuschia pink with gold eyes. Attractive mounds of finely divided foliage sport showy daisies on wiry stems. June to early July, 2'
 
corybosum Masses of small white daisies, clustered on tall slender stems. Mid-June to July, 24"-30"
 
x. superbum (Shasta Daisy) Leucanthemum superbum (Shasta Daisies).
 
'Aglaia' Frilly, double, white blooms with cream centers. June-July, 24-30"
 
'Banana Cream' Lemon yellow flowers aging to buttery yellow as they mature. June-Aug., 15"-18"
 
'Becky' Large flowered variety with strong stems. July-Oct., 24-36"
 
'Brightside' An improvement of Becky with large white flowers and disease resistant foliage. July-Oct. 30"
 
NEW! 'Daisy May' Easy, fast growing, earlier bloom time selection, showcasing clean 2 1/2-3" white flowers. Early summer, 12-24"
 
'Highland White Dream' A wonderful tall cultivar noted for its large semi-double,4-5" blooms with drooping white rays and yellow centers. Late June-August, 24-30"
 
NEW! 'Razzle Dazzle' Wildly arranged creamy white fringed petals create an interesting twist on the traditional shasta daisy. June-August. 16-18"
 
'Snowcap' An outstanding dwarf cultivar, perfect for edging. Summer, 10-12"
 
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NEW! sikokianum Best known of the Japanese cobra liiies, with white golfball spadix inside a purple spathe. Mid-spring bloom. Needs good winter drainage. 12-20"
 
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NEW! ALOCASIA portodora (Upright Elephant Ears) One of the largest elephant ears, the rich green leaf dimensions will easily reach 3 x 6 feet on 6 foot stems. Great for pond sides in shady sheltered areas. Avoid over watering, surface dryness is best while still maintaining moist soil. Fertilize sparingly.
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NEW! 'blue star' This immensely popular juniper, discovered in Holland as a witch's broom on 'Meyeri' and introduced in 1964, deserves its reputation as a winning garden selection. It has sharp, blue, densely arranged needles, filling short branches that suggest the tips on a many-point star, and a useable form that slowly spreads becoming broader than tall.
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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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FERNS Ferns reproduce via spores and have neither seeds nor flowers. All Ferns listed prefer partial to full shade and rich, moist soils high in organic matter unless otherwise stated.
ADIANTUM pedatum (Northern Maidenhair) Nearly circular foliage is light to medium green, fine textured and graceful. A hardy and fast growing fern loved for its delicate appearance. Bright filtered light. Spreading. 12-20", Zone 3-8
 
ATHYRIUM (Lady Fern) This genus contains some of most popular deciduous ferns.
 
filix-femina A large feathery species of native fern valued for its tough, easy to care for nature. They are some of the most beautiful ferns you will find. Zone 4-8
 
'Branford Rambler' A spreading form with dark green fronds with a hint of red. Spreads from runner growth. Early to emerge in spring. 1-2'
 
'Dres Dagger' Attractive dark green fronds are crested with crispy dagger-like tips arranged in a criss-cross pattern. Typical clump grows to only 18" tall and as wide.
 
'Lady In Red' Bright red stems the color of ruby chard on this deep green lady fern. The color improves as the plant matures. 2-3'
 
'Minutissima' (Dwarf Lady Fern) Compact clone of the native Lady Fern. Vigorous growing and spreading makes this variety an ideal ground cover for shaded areas. 12", Zone 3-9
 
'Victoriae' Considered the 'Queen of Ferns". An unusual fern with unique arching, narrow fronds that criscross to form X's. A 3-dimensional stunner in the woodland garden. H 18", spread 18".
 
niponicum A species valued for its colorful cultivars. Most display their best color when exposed to direct sunlight. Zone 4-8
 
'Godzilla' (Godzilla Painted Fern) Larger and more vigorous than A.'Pictum', 'Godzilla' is thought to be a cross between Lady Fern and Japanese Painted. Large silver leaves are marked with purple and green on purple stems. 3'
 
'Pictum' (Japanese Painted Fern) Grey green fronds touched with silver and pink. Red stems. 15"
 
NEW! pictum 'Pearly White' 'Pearly White' is just about as creamy as Japanese Painted Fern can get. Fronds with light green edges and a white center give an ivory green appearance that blends well with other perennials without being too white or too much of a contrast. H 12-18".
 
DRYOPTERIS (Male or Wood Fern) There are many species of Dryopteris, in a variety of sizes and shapes. This is a species of colorful ferns that provide hints and flashes of many colors.
 
affinis 'Cristata' (Golden Male Fern) 'The King'. Upright fronds of shiny dark green leaves with branching tips. Use as a specimen plant or background fern. Semi-evergreen. 2-3', Zone 4-8
 
erythrosora 'Brillance' (Autumn Fern) Distinguished by its bronze foliage. Young fronds change from coppery pink to deep, glossy green when mature. 18-24". Zone 5-8
 
MATTEUCCIA struthiopteris 'Jumbo' (Ostrich Fern) A vigorous spreader that does not form a mat but rather sends out ‘pioneers’ 12" from the mother plant. One of the most classic ferns that has a stately grace to its large arching fronds. 3-6', Zone 2-8
 
POLYSTICHUM Evergreen ferns native to North America. Zone 4-8.
 
acrostichoides (Christmas Fern) An asymmetrical fern with fine texture and a dense crown that will sprout fiddleheads in the spring. An excellent host for butterfly larvae. Easy to grow, so can be used in many settings and soils. 2-3'.
 
polyblepharum (Tassel Fern) Particularly beautiful when the new fronds emerge stiffly, then drop backwards to form a tassel. Evergreen, frosted underside. H 2-3'
 
THELYPTERIS decursive-pinnata (Beech Fern) This fern has 18-24" narrow, erect tapering fronds that are a nice bright green, all season long, only going down after a hard freeze. Zone 4-10
 
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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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NEW! JUNIPERUS X PFITZERIANA GOLDEN JOY Spreading Zone 4 Dwarf Yellow. This new cultivar from Wiel Linnsen of Holland offers improvements over other golden junipers. For one, its yellow is brighter than other available options and it maintains the brilliant color throughout the year. In addition, it is easy to grow and has a classic spreading and compact form. It grows more slowly, too, so it will stay beautiful and maintain a manageable size for years
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NEW! KNAUTIA (pincushion plant) Multitudes of pincushion flowers are produced tirelessly all summer long. A cute little cut flower. Politely self-sows. Prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. Mid June to August.
macedonica 'red knight' Double pincushion flowers of deep crimson over deeply divided lacy green leaves. A strong performer, carefree as long as you avoid clay soils. Flowers dry well. 22"
 
NEW! 'melton pastels' Pink, wine red, salmon, and light blue pastels colors. Long flower stems. June-Sept. 2-5'
 
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NEW! LATHYRUS vernus (Spring Vetching) Deep pink to purple flowers emerge in early spring before the foliage. A clump forming pea that is happiest in rich soil that doesn't dry out. 1-1.5', Zone 3-7
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NEW! 'limeglow' Not your typical juniper! This amazing selection boasts feathery foliage in electric chartreuse, a color that makes a striking contrast to other greens in the garden. Its spreading, vase form and juvenile foliage lend a cheery presence in almost any garden, including one with hot, dry conditions. The yellow sport from 'Youngstown' is reported to hold its bright color and to resist sunburn. Selected by Larry Hatch with North Carolina State University
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NEW! 'miniature' More durable, adaptable and dense than the popular 'Compressa', this improved selection sports the same compact, bluish-green foliage and upright habit. It differs, though, in its broader pyramidal shape and its better tolerance to wind, cold and reflected sun. Try this reliable, vertical accent that is well suited for containers and a range of styles, from elegant to casual.
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NEW! PHLOMIS tuberosa Lovely lavender flower spikes held in whorls around flower stems reaching 5' in the air. A garden show piece. July-August. 5'
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NEW! RODGERSIA 'Fireworks' Plumes of deep rose arise over large, leathery, red tinged and veined leaflets. Very distinctive! Summer.36"
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SEDUM A large genus of succulent plants with clusters of small, starry flowers. Full sun and lean well drained soil a must! Zone 3/4-9
DWARF TYPES Spreading low growing succulents which are covered with starry flowers. They also make a great alternative ground cover in full sun, spreading even under the harshest conditions.
 
rupestre Also known as 'Rocky Stonecrop', vigorous, mat forming evergreen species.
 
'Angelina' Carpets of screaming gold needle like foliage with tiny yellow flowers in mid- summer. The foliage turns dark yellow and finally orange when the coldest weather arrives. 3-5"
 
NEW! 'Chocolate Ball' This unique variety forms a low spreading mound of milk-chocolate, succulent, needle-like leaves that change to dazzling red with the onset of cooler temperatures in fall. Yellow flowers in summer and continue into fall. H 6-8".
 
sieboldii (October Daphne) Simple low arching stems with round grey leaves. Pink flowers in dense round clusters beginning in September. The foliage dies back in the winter. H 4-8".
 
sunsparkler series Groundcover type sedums offering colorful foliage with a compact mounded habit and large clusters flowers. Zone 4-9
 
NEW! 'Dazzleberry' Huge raspberry flower clusters completely engulf the smoky blue-grey, wide mounds of foliage. One of the earliest fall-blooming Sedum varieties. H Short, 4-8"
 
'Firecracker' Strong and robust, this densely, branched selection puts on a strong show of burgundy red color all season. Vibrant pink flowers are an added bonus in late summer. 6"
 
NEW! 'Lime Twister' Hot pink blooms in late summer to fall with variegated green and creamy white foliage. H 4"x18"W
 
'Lime Zinger' Fantastic lime-green leaves edged with bright cherry-red. In the late summer the carpet of colorful foliage is topped with large clusters of soft pink flowers. 6"
 
x. 'Little Miss Sunshine' Prized for its incredibly dark green, glossy foliage, compact size, and tidiness in the landscape. From early to midsummer, tiny clusters of yellow flowers cover the polished habit. H 6-8".
 
TALL LIVE FOREVER TYPES Clump forming, mostly upright plants which are topped with large clusters of small flowers. Flowers are nice for cutting or leaving on the plant for winter interest. Hardy and low maintenance. Attractive to butterflies.
 
spectabile 'Autumn Fire' Could this be the Sedum to surpass 'Autumn Joy' in quality and popularity? Thicker, more consistent and nicer looking overall according to the trails. Same rusty red color we love! Resistant to 'sudden sedum collapse' . H 2'
 
x. 'Mr. Goodbud' Large 5-6 inch clusters of vibrant purple pink flowers on purple red stems top the compact, upright clump of deep green, serrated foliage in late summer. The stems are very strong and relatively short, resisting flopping. 16"
 
x. 'Pure Joy' 'Pure Joy' is a short, semi-upright sedum with blue-green, serrated foliage that is completely covered in bubblegum pink flowers in late summer. 12"
 
x. 'Touchdown Teak' An amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves, red stems, and a vigorous, upright-but low habit. Rose-red flowers are a summer feature. H 15" x 16" W.
 
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NEW! SENETTI
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NEW! UVULARIA perfoliata (Bellwort)
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