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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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ABUTILON (Flowering Maple) This genus of the mallow family are extremely heat tolerant. Great for your container or in the ground, flowering non-stop all summer until a killing frost. Full sun, evenly moist soil and weekly fertilization. Some can be overwintered as house plants.
'Biltmore Ballgown' A spectacular heirloom variety, featuring yellow blooms with bold crimson veining. Bell shaped flowers resemble an evening ball gown that dance below dark green leaves.
 
'Dwarf Red' Upright grower 18-24" with small bright red flowers, heavy bloomer.
 
NEW! 'Heronswood Lipstick' A delightful sprawling upright habit with beautiful midsized flowers in a lovely shade of magenta-pink.
 
megapotamicum 'Chinese Lantern' Trailing variety with 1" red, yellow and black bell shaped flowers. Dark green leaves mottled with yellow. Good substitute for vinca vine or ivy.
 
'Thompsoni' Maple-like leaves are dappled with cream and a profusion of apricot blooms. 18-24"
 
'Victory' Sprawling habit, 1 1/2" trumpet shaped , bicolored, red and yellow flowers. Heavy bloomer. 3-4'
 
'Savitzii' Upright growing 2-3', grown mostly for its incredible foliage. 4 by 5" leaves almost entirely white with just a central splash of green. Pale apricot flowers.
 
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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'
 
NEW! 'Sassy Summer Lemon' Not only will you love the huge flower heads of bright, sunny yellow blooms and silvery foliage, but you'll be equally delighted by its earlier bloom time. H 28-32"
 
x 'Moon Dust' This sport of 'Moonshine' is about half the size with the same silvery foliage and lighter yellow flowers. H 12-14".
 
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AGASTACHE (Hyssop) Simply some of the best plants we grow. Colorful spikes are displayed all summer long above aromatic foliage. These die-hards handle heat and drought conditions so well they hardly break a sweat. Tubular florets are loved by hummingbirds and butterflies. Technically perennials, but tender enough that we offer them here with our annuals. Full sun, average to dry soil.
'Astello Indigo' Widely adapted, 20" plants thrive in cool or hot weather. Long lasting, deep blue flower spikes July-October. Disease resistant leaves with "root beer" fragrance; Fleuroselect Gold Medal Winner.
 
foeniculum 'Blue Spike' (Anise Hyssop) A classic plant for both the herb garden and the border, with erect branches of mint and licorice scented leaves ending in fuzzy spikes of lavender flowers. 2'
 
NEW! kudos series Kudos’ is a dwarf series of Agastache that are very well branched, bloom all summer and are almost fully resistant to downy mildew. Super hardy to Zone 5. H 17-20"
 
NEW! 'Ambrosia' Creamy coconut, pale orange and light rose pink spikes, colors change constantly, blending well with almost any color in the spectrum.
 
NEW! 'Coral' Warm, coral colored plumes are dense with a sweet honey-mint scent.
 
NEW! 'Mandarin' Cheery, bright orange plumes that last and last. This plant has a “neat as a pin” appearance for many months.
 
NEW! 'Yellow' Large, dense spikes of yellow flowers adorn this wonderfully compact Agastache.
 
NEW! 'Morello' Amazingly huge, dense spikes of deep burgundy rose that bloom from spring through fall. Showy, dark foliage in cool temperatures extend the beauty. ' Good mildew tolerance. H 27-33"
 
NEW! sunrise series Offered in Orange, red, Violet and white. H 18-24"
 
'Tutti Fruitti' Rosy-pink blooms. Foliage smells like bubble gum. 2-3'
 
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NEW! AGASTACHE x. 'Kudos Ambrosia' Creamy coconut, pale orange and light rose pink spikes in neat compact mounds. Flower colors change constantly, blending well with almost any color in the spectrum. Agastache is one of the best plants for attracting hummingbirds to the garden. H 17-22", Full Sun, Zone 5-9
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ALLIUM A large and varied genus, including chives and ornamental onions. Alliums are useful as contrast plants, cut flowers, culinary herbs and insect deterrents. Prefer full sun, tolerate dry soil.
aflatunense 'Purple Sensation' (Giant onion) Eye catching large purple globe flower the size of a tennis ball. Hardy as long as it has good winter drainage. The basal foliage begins to die back as the flowers open, so plant it where other plants hide the foliage. May-June. H 26-34", Zone 3-8
 
schubertii Commonly called tumbleweed onion, this is a bulbous perennial grown for its impressive display of rose-purple flowers that bloom in giant, spherical umbels (each to 9-12" in diameter) in late spring. H 12-24", Zone 5-8.
 
NEW! x. 'Globemaster' A true showstopper, growing to about 32 inches tall. Very large, majestic purple spheres up to 8 inches across bear numerous star-shaped, deep lilac flowers in May and June. Zone 5-9
 
x. 'Medusa' Twisted foliage and stalks with Grey-green, narrow foliage. Month-long color show of 2" purple ball like flower clusters Deer and rabbit resistant. H 20-24", Zone 4-8.
 
x. 'Millenium' 2018 PERENNIAL OF THE YEAR! This hybrid allium blooms in mid-summer with large 2" globes of rose-pink flowers. Mature plants have dozens of globes covering the attractive, shiny deep-green grassy foliage. H 12-18", Zone 5-8.
 
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NEW! ALOCASIA 'Portora' One of the largest of the elephant ear! Portoras' wavy leaf dimensions will easily reach 3 x 6 feet on 6 foot stems.
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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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ALTERNANTHERA An unusual and striking foliage plant with narrow, small colorful leaves. Great companions to bold colors your mixed containers. Easy to grow in full sun or part shade.
brasiliana 'Purple Prince' Plant this compact Alternanthera with ruby-red to burgundy-maroon leaves and stems from spring through fall, in your best hanging baskets, tall flowerpots, tubs, and annual beds. A heat-lover. H 10-16", spread <2'.
 
NEW! ficoidea 'Red Threads' Deep rose burgundy foliage on a compact form with small, finely cut leaves. Perfect for edging a container or border. H 4"
 
'Partytime' Mint green leaves with splashes of hot pink. Upright and well branched. 15-18"
 
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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. Zone 5-8.
sylvestris (Snowdrop) Large pure white fragrant flowers are held well above lush foliage in spring. Nice when paired with bulbs. Flowers fade to form attractive cottony seed heads. Spring bloomer. H 12-15"
 
tomentosa 'Robustissima' Single mauve-pink flowers. July-August, H 3'.
 
NEW! x. 'Fall in Love Sweetly' When other plants in your garden are fading, FALL IN LOVE™ 'Sweetly' is just getting started, producing rich, semi-double, rose pink flowers. H 20-26"
 
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".
 
x. 'Honorine Jobert' Single white flowers on long, sturdy stems. Late summer. H 3'.
 
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".
 
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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. Zone 3-8.
NEW! caerulea 'Kirigami Pink' Bold, vibrant color of rose with pink corollas and upward facing flowers. H 14-24"
 
canadensis Nodding, spurred flowers. Early spring bloom. Red spurs around a rosette of yellow sepals. Our native columbine. April-June, H 1-2'.
 
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.
 
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 'Goldfinch', clear yellow. And new for 2019 'Blue Jay', an intense shade of blue with white centers. H 18-24".
 
NEW! spring magic series The different flowers of this series feature bold hues of blue, pink, yellow and white, all accented with white. H 12-16".
 
vulgaris Double, short spurred flowers blooming earlier than other Columbines. Early May to Mid-June.
 
'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".
 
'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"
 
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ARCTOTIS (African Daisy) Native to South Africa, these bushy plants have basal rosettes of foliage and bear striking daisy-like blooms. Thrives in the heat of summer. Dead heading keeps plants tidy and encourages long blooming. Full sun. 12"
'Flame' Deep burnt orange flowers and silvery foliage.
 
grandis (venusta) Velvety, silver foliage highlights its large, white daisies with a silvery blue tint.
 
'Opera Fire' Large, showy flowers have single daisies with long, red-orange petals atop silvery grey foliage. Blooming in spring, then again in summer. H 6-8"
 
NEW! 'Opera Rose' A low clump of gray-green lobed foliage and soft lilac-pink flowers with a darker central eye. Blooms continuously spring through frost. H 12-18", Hardy to 25 degrees F
 
'Wine' Rich, dark pinkish wine daisies arrive all summer long on compact plants.
 
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ARTEMESIA Grown for their silvery-green foliage and for their aromatic, culinary, and medicinal properties. Flowers are not showy. These plants are a good choice for rock gardens and other sunny, dry landscape sites. Grow in well-drained, fertile soil, in full sun. Most species take hard pruning, which will help keep plants compact.
NEW! mauiensis 'Makana Silver' Foliage is silvery, soft and feathery, quickly growing into a billowy mound about 24" tall and 36" wide. Will make an exceptional accent in the garden or containers.
 
stellariana 'Silver Bullet' FANCY, yet UNFUSSY. Silvery foliage. Plant as an accent/texture in combination in all container types and landscapes. H 6-10", trails to 24".
 
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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.
NEW! caudatum (Western Wild Ginger) A rare offering! The leaves are a bit shinier and have a lemony-ginger scent when rubbed. H 5-7", Zone 5-8
 
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
 
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. Zone 4-8.
dumosus 'Woods Pink' Dwarf hybrid with superior disease resistance. Prolific pink flowers that bloom for a long time in late summer and early fall. H 10-16".
 
NEW! macrophyllus 'Twilight' (Big Leaf Aster) Producing a profusion of lavender-blue daisy flowers with yellow centers, this mildew-resistant aster. Great butterfly nectar plant. H 1-3'
 
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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 cultivar group of complex hybrids with A. astilboides, chinensis, japonica, thunbergii and others. Zone 4-8.
 
'Bridal Veil' Feathery white plumes, late June-July, H 18".
 
'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.
 
'Fanal' Large plumes of tiny red flowers in midsummer, accented by deep green to bronze-green foliage. H 18-24".
 
NEW! 'Look At Me' A Dwarf Habit! Sweet bubblegum pink flowers on shocking red stems. Very compact. Flowers early to mid-summer. 15-17", Zone 3-9.
 
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 in Purple' A new dwarf form of the Vision series. This is a robust variety that tolerates sun better than others. Offered in 'Purple', with blue-violet to purple blooms. Mid to late summer, 14-16"
 
NEW! 'Lowlands Ruby Red' Dense plume-like panicles of deep red. Blooms mid-season. H 20-24"
 
'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"
 
NEW! 'Mighty Plonie' Tall floriferous variety. Pure white plumes and clear green foliage. Blooms mid-season. H 38"
 
'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"
 
'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 chinensis type. Mid-July thru August. H 24", Zone 3-8.
 
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".
 
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', 'Ruby-red' and 'White'. H 12-18".
 
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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"
 
NEW! 'Dark Chocolate' This variety shares that same, nearly black, charcoal purple flowers as 'Dutch chocolate', but has much longer flower spikes-up to 27 inches long. H 3-3.5'
 
'Dutch Chocolate' Rich, velvety, chocolate-purple flowers are held on upright stems atop an especially compact, relatively short mound of foliage. H 24-36".
 
NEW! 'Lemon Meringue' Amazing long charcoal buds and lemon yellow flowers. This color really pops! 3'
 
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. H 3.5-4'.
 
'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. H 2.5-3'.
 
'Sparkling Sapphires' Vivid violet blue flowers appear atop a compact, upright clump of foliage in spring. H 24-36".
 
'Vanilla Cream' The pure white flowers dance in the breeze late spring to early summer. H 36".
 
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BIDENS A vigorous plant with finely cut foliage. This real treasure is covered with enchanting brilliant flowers from spring until a heavy frost. An ideal plant for weaving color amongst others in planters or hanging baskets. Full to part sun, average soil.
NEW! 'Bee Bold' Upright habit with large red and yellow bicolor blossoms. H 14-20"
 
NEW! 'Bee Happy' Vigorous, upright, Bee Happy produces new bi-color flowers to grow over the top of used-up flower heads, so it always looks fresh and colorful. H 10-14"
 
NEW! 'Pop Star' An extremely compact form with a mounding habit. Its flowers, which are larger than most bidens varieties, lie directly above foliage.
 
NEW! 'Pretty in Pink' A compact variety decorated with an abundance of pink flowers with purple stripes.
 
'Sun Drop' Compact with beautiful yellow daisy flowers at the ends of stems from spring until fall.
 
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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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BUDDLEIA davidii (Butterfly Bush) A shrub with large, fragrant, colorful flowers that attract a flutter of butterflies into your summer garden. Butterfly Bushes are extremely easy to grow. July-September. Zone 5-10
NEW! 'Black Knight' Deep purple fragrant flowers. 5'-7'
 
'Buzz Magenta' These attractive compact plants will not take over the garden. Perfectly proportioned for patio pots and smaller gardens. H 4'
 
NEW! 'Grand Cascade' Unlike the typical Butterfly Bush, the panicles on this flowering shrub cascade downward, light lavender purple flower panicles are enormous at 12-14" long and 4" thick. They're nearly the size of your head! H 5.5 to 6'
 
NEW! 'Nanho Blue' Fragrant, arching clusters of really long, violet-blue flowers on this compact selection. H 3-5'
 
NEW! 'Prince Charming' Bright raspberry pink colored blossoms are 10” in length making them an absolute stunner. H 4'
 
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CANNA Big, tropical plants with bold flowers and richly colored foliage. These definitely make a statement and add a sense of lushness to your garden. They need lots of water, sun, and heat. They work well in containers. Dig up the rhizomes in the fall, store, and replant in spring.
'Black Night' Named for its stunning deep red/black foliage. Paired with its shocking, blood-red blooms, this Canna will shine in any part of the garden. H 48-60".
 
'Blueberry Sparkler' Slender purple-green foliage with medium pink flowers. 4-6 '
 
NEW! 'Cabana Flirtini' Compact, growing from 2' to 3' and having dark dusky purple foliage which sets off the rich watermelon pink blooms.
 
NEW! 'Cannova Bronze Scarlet' Growing only to about 3 feet, this canna has burgundy foliage and large vivid red blooms.
 
'Cannova Mango' Orange-pink blooms on dark green foliage. H 3-4'
 
'Ermine' Large, rounded green leaves with beautiful creamy white flowers. 'Ermine' is the whitest flowering canna available. 4-5'
 
'Freckle Face' Growing to about 4’ in one season and having mid green leaves. Blooms are large, salmon colored, speckled and freckled with dark red.
 
'Intrigue' Dark almost black foliage with coral flowers. H 5-6'
 
NEW! 'Island Madeira' Growing to 3 feet, Madeira has bright green foliage topped by brilliant red flowers delicately edged in glowing yellow.
 
NEW! 'Island Tenerife' Growing to 3 feet, Tenerife has green foliage and bright yellow flowers generously spotted and speckled with orange.
 
'Lemon Punch' A compact variety with medium green foliage and pendulous bright lemon flowers that can't be missed. A prolific bloomer. 3-4' tall.
 
'Louis Cottin' Deep foliage with yellow to salmon flowers. H 3-4'
 
'Orange Punch' Intense bright orange flowers with a yellow throat. 3-4'
 
'Phasion' (Tropicana) Dark purple leaves vividly variegated in bright yellow, orange and red. Bright orange flowers. H 5-7'.
 
'Pink Sunburst' A very showy dwarf Canna. Large pink flowers above dark green foliage striped with colors of the sun; red, pink, bronze, and gold. H 18-24"
 
'Pretoria' Fantastic leaves of striped lime and bright green. Immature leaves and stems are magenta and flowers are ruffled orange. 4-6'
 
'Primrose Yellow' Pale green foliage and delicate primrose-yellow flowers, lightly spotted pink. Compact and neat, growing only up to 48".
 
'Sky Hawk' Large rounded deep plum colored leaves and large intense coral-pink flowers. 5-8'.
 
NEW! 'Toucan Coral' Blooming early and continuously all summer with soft coral pink flowers and mid-green leaves. H 30-48"
 
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NEW! CARYOPTERIS clandonensis 'Dark Knight' (Blue Mist or Bluebeard) Blue mist shrub is aptly named as its gray-green foliage is shrouded in a cloud of deep purple blue flowers from mid to late summer. It is a well-behaved garden plant that is very attractive to butterflies. H 2-3', Zone 5-9
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CENTRANTHUS ruber (Jupiters Beard -Red Valerian) An old-fashioned cottage garden favorite, is a well-branched, bushy, clump-forming, woody-based perennial which is valued for its ability to produce, often in poor soils. Blooms spring to frost. Zone 5-9
'Coccineus' Handsome plant having a loose, bushy habit with clusters of fragrant, red flowers which are attractive to butterflies. H 2-3'
 
NEW! 'Pretty Betsy' Beautiful flower clusters of pink to coral red! Great choice for an old fashioned or cutting garden! H 2-3'
 
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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"
 
'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".
 
NEW! 'White Mountain' Beautiful large Daisy flower with a Yellow center and long white petals that bloom on strong, sturdy stems. H 2-3'
 
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NEW! CHRYSOGONUM virginianum var. australe 'Superstar' (Golden Star) A popular shade tolerant ground cover with bright yellow star-shaped flowers. Glossy dark green leaves with short flowering stem. Spreads quickly by above ground stolons. Native to Eastern U.S., blooms late spring to early summer. H 6-10", Zone 5-9
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CIMICIFUGA (Black Snakeroot) Tall racemes of tiny 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. Zones 4-8.
NEW! japonica 'Shade Runner' A great ground cover plant for a large deep shady area as it spreads by runners. It tolerates deep shade, with maple-like leaves that are 10" across and spikes of white flowers in late summer. Foliage 10-16", flowers 3-4'
 
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! H 3-5'
 
NEW! simplex 'Black Negligee' A purple-leaved bugbane with deeply-cut, dark purplish-black leaves on branched, dark stems. Foliage has a lacy effect, hence the cultivar name. Large, aromatic, purplish-white bottlebrush flowers 2' above the foliage. H 2-4'
 
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. H 2-3'.
 
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NEW! CLEMATIS Mostly climbers, many with large showy flowers. Will grow up trellises, arbors, shrubs, etc. Best to mulch or plant around the base of clematis, keeping the roots cool. Plant the base 2-3" below soil level to deter Clematis Wilt. The climbing varieties fall into 3 general categories/ pruning groups. 1,2 or 3 (sometimes A,B or C). TYPE 1, Blooms the earliest in Spring and sets their buds on old wood. TYPE 2, Can bloom on old and new wood, generally starts flowering in late Spring. TYPE 3, Blooms only on new wood. Flowering in summer or later. FOR PRUNING RECOMMENDATIONS, we offer a detailed handout. Please ask at the cashier desk. FS-full sun, PS-part sun/shade, S- shade. Zone 4-9, unless otherwise noted.
alpina 'Stolwijk Gold' Nodding, rich blue flowers provide a stunning contrast on bright gold foliage. An outstanding display! May-June, 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning group: A
 
montana 'Freda' Cherry-pink, 2" flowers with yellow anthers. Very deep bronze foliage. May-June, H16', FS-PS, Pruning Group: A
 
paniculata Very fragrant flowers in late summer. Vigorous plants that will grow to 30' over time or it can be cut to the ground in spring and still flower on robust foliage. Full sun to mostly shady.
 
species Clusters of small, dainty, fragrant, white flowers. Very vigorous. Aug.-Sept. 20'-30', Heirloom, Pruning group; A, B, or C.
 
'Sweet Summer Love' Vibrant shades of lush cranberry/violet in hundreds of starry blossoms. A Sweet Autumn Clematis in a new color and blooms earlier (August). Cherry-vanilla fragrance. Tall 12', Pruning Group:C
 
NEW! texensis 'Princess Diana' Striking, deep reddish pink, 2", tulip-shaped flowers with cream and maroon stamens bloom continuously from summer into early autumn. H 6-8', PS-S, Pruning Group:3
 
vitacella These hybrids are prized for their hardiness, vigor, reliability and flower power. Most are also wilt resistant. Flower best if pruned almost to the ground in spring. June-September F-PS, Planting Group:C.
 
'Avante Garde' This easy and vigorous clematis sports red and pink flowers all through summer in a two-tone display of beautiful button blossoms. H 8-12'.
 
'Betty Corning' A charming, fragrant, nodding flower with four petals of light blue. The 2" deep flowers have recurving tips to the petals. June-Sept, 5-6', Heirloom.
 
'Polish Spirit' Saucer-shaped, velvety, rich violet-purple, 3" flowers, with lighter central bars. Blooming from midsummer to early fall. H 10-15'
 
'Venosa Violacea' 4-5" flowers of white background with purple veins throughout, turning all purple on the edges. Blooms July, August and September. H 8-10'. Tolerates shade well.
 
x. 'Bonanza' Mauve-blue flowers with pale yellow anthers that bloom in July–September. Hardy, vigorous, free-flowering, and bred for excellent disease resistance. Climbs to 8'. Tolerates partial shade. Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'Cardinal Wyszynski' Magnificent, very free flowering with large, 6-8" glowing crimson flowers, highlighted by a central cluster of dark anthers. Very vigorous climber. June-September; FS, 8-12', Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Comtesse de Bouchard' Velvety, 4-6", rose-pink flowers with yellow stamens. June-Sept. H 6-8', F-PS, Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'Crystal Fountain' 6", semi-double, lilac-blue flowers. Plants are compact and free-flowering with two distinct flushes, one in late spring and again in late summer. FS-PS, 6', Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Diamantina' 'Diamantina' has many 4-6" blue/purple fully double flowers on each stem, each lasts up to 4 weeks. Repeats flowering throughout the summer. Great choice for containers. H 7', Late Spring- Early Fall, FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Dianas Delight' Diana’s Delight has beautiful, rich blue colored flowers with light and dark tones and a creamy yellow center. H 6', blooms June through early September. FS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Dr. Ruppel' Large, single, rose-red with carmine bar, 6-8" flowers in May, June and September. H 6-9', FS/PS, Zone 4,PGB1.
 
NEW! x. 'Empress' This prolific, compact climber offers large, double flowers in shades of pink over a long season, from late Spring to early Fall. H 6-8', PS-FS, Pruning Group;2
 
x. 'Fleuri' Compact and richly colored! Masses of 5" deep purple flowers with a central stripe in deeper tones of magenta. Blooms May-August, 3-4', FS-PS, Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'General Sikorski' Gorgeous mauve blue flowers that are contrasted with a red center. Free-flowering nature. June-September. H 7-10', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Gillian Blades' Beautiful ruffly flowers open with a hint of pale blue and mature to a pure white. Blooms in late spring and again in late summer. Its compact habit makes it a great choice for patio containers. H 7-8', FS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Giselle' Dusky pink, 5" flowers with a thin dark pink margin on the petals, dark pink center. Very free flowering from May-September. Compact habit, H 4-5'. FS-PS, Pruning Group:B.
 
x. 'Guernsey Cream' Large 5" flowers open a very light yellow with green bars in the center. After a day or two the flowers fade to a creamy- white. This subtle shade of white shows best against a dark background. A vigorous variety that blooms well in partial shade beginning in late May-July. Climb to 6-8'. Pruning Group;B
 
NEW! x. 'Henri' One of the oldest and still best white hybrids available. Large 6-8" single, creamy-white flowers with dark stamens. Vigorous climber. H 8-12'. June-Sept., Group 2
 
x. 'Jackmani' Profuse bloomer with dark purple, 4-6" flowers. June-August. H 12-10', FS-PS, Pruning Group:C
 
x. 'Josephine' This double clematis is a wonderful blending of cream to creamy green to pinkish mauve with striping. Each flower is a striking display, with its unusual coloration and shape. H 6-8', June-Sept., FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Nelly Moser' A 100 year old favorite. Pastel mauve-pink petals with carmine bar on these 7-9" flowers. May, June, and September bloom. H 8-12', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Niobe' Velvety, ruby-red with ivory stamens. June-Sept. H 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Nubia' This deep red beauty is especially nice since it blooms well along the stems as well as the tips. Compact habit and great rebloom with 5-6" flowers, blooms Spring and Summer. PS-FS, H 4-6', Pruning group; 2.
 
x. 'Piilu' Unusual flowering with double pink flowers produced in the spring and single pink later in the summer. One of the heaviest blooming varieties with flowers produced from the bottom of the stems to the top all season long. Compact growing to 6’. Spring-Fall. FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Rebecca' Very large flowers are a stunning magenta red with creamy yellow anthers. Free flowering, exceptionally beautiful red variety. May-June; H 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Sapphire Indigo' (Dwarf Clematis) This unique clematis stays true to name with long lasting dark purple blooms that fade to deep blue. It has stunning dark purple to black anthers. It is a continuous bloomer June - September. Growing to a height of 4' it is a good choice for containers. It can be grown in partial shade. No pruning! 3'X3'
 
x. 'Vancouver Deb Dahl' Deep lavender-blue flowers reaching 7-9 inches across. This is the color and flower size that gives Clematis the title “Queen of Vines". May-June-Sept., H 6-9', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Vancouver Morning Mist' The largest flower at 12 inches across! Light lavender pink fades to white. Medium height, 6-8'. FS-PS & bright shade, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Vancouver Mystic Gem' Pink flowers edged in white with red stamens in the center. Medium height, 6-8'. FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
x. 'Vancouver Plum Gorgeous' Velvety-plum colored flowers that fade to purple-blue in summer. The flowers are solid plum with no bar. Blooms June-September. H 6-8', FS-PS, Pruning Group:B
 
NEW! x. 'Vancouver Sea Breeze' Soft lavender (6-8") flowers are abundant late spring into fall. The wavy lavender petals sometimes display a rosy tone. PS-FS, H 5-8', Pruning Group;2
 
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CLIMBING While no rose is a true climber, these produce long canes which can be trained on fences, trellises, and walls. We offer only repeat-blooming varieties that flower on both old and new wood. Zone 5-9, unless otherwise noted.
NEW! 'Autumn Sunset' A blend of rich apricot and golden yellow fringed, semi-double blooms. A profuse bloomer, strong fragrance and disease resistant. 8-12' x 6', 1988
 
NEW! 'Brite Eyes' Another breakthrough rose from Will Radler, the breeder of The Knock Out® Rose. The single-petaled, salmon-pink color will add color and fragrance to your landscape. It will grow no taller than 8', making this rose a perfect addition for small gardens. Black spot resistant. 2006
 
'Climbing Iceberg' A long-lived, flower-happy climbing rose, bearing sprays of medium-sized, white flowers. Very continuous flowering. Light, sweet fragrance. Vigorous, bushy growth. Requires less light than most climbers. H 12', Zone 4-9. 1968
 
'Don Juan' Large, double blooms with velvety red rose petals. Intensely fragrant flowers appear single or in clusters with a lovely tea shape. Profusely blooms in early spring, and moderately, thereafter. Orange hips appear in the fall adding extra interest and food for the birds. Needs lots of room. 8-13', 1958.
 
'New Dawn' One of the most popular climbers! Medium sized, silvery blush-pink flowers, are produced in attractive clusters. Sweet, fruity fragrance. Shade tolerant, 10-15 ft., Zone 4-10, 1930
 
'Skys The Limit' This rose is hardierand more disease resistant than most other yellow climbing roses. It bears heavy, repeat flushes of large 3 1/2" buttery blossoms with a fruity fragrance. 10'-12'. 2007
 
'Zephirine Drouhin' (Antique) A climbing Bourbon that may be the most consistently blooming, large flowered climbing rose, with the added benefit that it is thorn-less. The 4" blooms (petals 16) are deep rose-pink, fragrant, and produced in great quantities on a continual blooming bush. H 10-12' x 6', 1868.
 
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COLOCASIA ESCULENTA (Elephant Ears) Add a punch of tropical lushness to your containers, beds or water gardens with these enormous and very dramatic foliage plants. They require lots of moisture and are happy in up to 12" of water, preferring partial shade. 3-5'
‘BLACK MAGIC’ Dusty, purple-black 2' leaves in a giant clump. A bold display. 5-6'
 
‘ILLUSTRIS’ Dark green-black leaves with silvery veins. Very vigorous.3-4'
 
COLOCASIA esculenta 'Jet Black Wonder' Very large exotic looking leaves of the deepest burgundy black. Big, bold leaves easily grow 2' wide x 3' long.
 
NEW! 'Mojito' Large spearmint green leaves mottled and splashed with hints of black. An eye catcher. 2-3'
 
'Red Stem' Large deep green leaves with a bright red stems create showy tropical clumps in your favorite pot. 3-5'
 
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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. Most zone 5-9.
NEW! auriculata 'Elfin Gold' (Mouse Ear Coreopsis) Very low growing with single, bright golden yellow, daisy-like flowers and small leaves. Over time it spreads by stolons into mats of dark green foliage, 18-24" across. H 6-8", Zone 4-9.
 
lil 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.
 
'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. H 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".
 
'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
 
'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".
 
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".
 
x. 'Sienna Sunset' Burnt sienna colored flowers aging to deep orange. Threadleaf. June-Oct. H 16-20"
 
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DAVID AUSTINS ENGLISH ROSES After fifty years of intensive breeding, David Austin's English Roses combine the forms and fragrances of old roses with the repeat-flowering of modern roses. They are very easy to grow, healthy and reliable. English Roses may be grown as magnificent, shapely shrubs or trained as short climbers. Zone 5-9
NEW! 'Golden Celebration' Magnificent, cupped, golden yellow blooms. Very strong fragrance of delicious tea with hints of wine and strawberry. An award-winning variety. Repeat Flowering. 4.5x4.5'. 1992
 
NEW! 'Heathcliff' 'Heathcliff' has large, fully double flowers of rosette shape. The color is a true deep crimson. Intensely fragrant. Upright, bushy habit. H 3.5' x 3'W. 2012
 
NEW! 'Lady Emma Hamilton' Glorious blooms of tangerine-orange and yellow. A strong, deliciously fruity fragrance. Repeat Flowering. 3.5x3', 2004.
 
'Lady of Shalott' The buds are a rich orange-red changing to salmon pink on the upper side with a golden-yellow reverse. Forms a large, bushy shrub with slightly arching stems. 4'X3.5'. Zone 5-10
 
'Olivia Rose Austin' Pink flowers that have a strong fragrance with fruity hints. 3.5' x 3'. Very disease resistant. Named after David Austin's granddaughter.
 
NEW! 'Princess Alexandra of Kent' A magnificent rose with large, deeply cupped blooms of warm, glowing pink. Repeat flowering. Highly Fragrant. H 5'X 3', 2007
 
NEW! 'Tamora' Rich 3" cupped, fully double blooms on a short, bushy upright, continual blooming plant. Mr. Austins smallest apricot blooming rose. Great for a small garden or container. One of the earlier varieties. 3'x 3'. 1983.
 
NEW! 'The Pilgrim' (climbing) One of the most beautiful English Climbing Roses. The color is a pure shade of yellow, petals paling toward the edges. The double, 4", flowers are produced freely, repeating well. Highly fragrant. A short climber, will grow up to 8', or maintained as a shorter shrub. 5'x 3.5'. 1991. IDEAL FOR SHADE
 
NEW! 'Winchester Cathedral' Winchester Cathedral is a large, double white rose with a subtle shading of buff, contrasts well with dark. Very Fragrant. Modern bush, 4'X4'. Zone 4-10. 1988
 
NEW! 'Young Lycidas' Magnificent, purple-magenta blooms of classic Old Rose beauty. Extremely fragrant combining tea and old rose with hints of cedar wood. Healthy, bushy growth. H 4.5' x 4'. 2008
 
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DELOSPERMA (Hardy Ice Plant) Bright little daisies adorn glossy, rounded, succulent foliage. A cheerful ground cover or edging plant for hot, dry spots. Borderline hardy so provide good drainage and mulch in winter. Full sun, well-drained soil. Summer. Zone 4/5-8
'Fire Spinner' A striking color combination of orange on the petal edges and red to pink towards the center; flowers are massed in spring and appear periodically through summer. The apple green foliage makes a glistening, fast spreading carpet that maintains its presence through winter. H 2"
 
NEW! jewel of the desert series Flowers from Spring until frost, longer than the typical ice plant, very compact series, 4 to 6" tall and 4 to 8" spread. Also, very winter-hardy and drought resistant. Available as 'Garnet', bright red, with a yellow center and 'Grenade', orange petals with a red center.
 
'Table Mtn. John Profitt' Lustrous fuchsia blooms almost all summer. A fast spreading ground cover with evergreen foliage which may develop a nice purple tinge in winter. H 2"
 
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NEW! DENDRANTHEMA (Hardy Garden Mum) A vigorous cold hardy perennial. They like full sun and well-drained soil. Much more drought tolerant than standard florist mums. A more natural, less formal look for the fall flower border. Zones 5-9
NEW! 'Bolero' Bolero' is an abundant bloomer with 3.5 inch wide, deep gold, daisy-like flowers that appear on tight, mounded plants. H 1-2'
 
NEW! 'Cambodian queen' Exceptionally large lavender-pink daisy flowers cover this vigorous mum from September to frost. H 2'
 
NEW! 'Sheffield Pink' Single daisy-like apricot pink flowers with golden yellow centers cover this plant with a profuse bloom from late summer to frost. H 2-3'
 
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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. Zone 5-9, unless otherwise noted.
barbatus 'Rockin-Red' (Sweet William) Excellent cut flower with 3" red, fragrant flowers that bloom in clusters from early spring well into fall! Durable performance and dependable overwintering will keep your garden dancing with color year after year! H 18-24". Zone 4-8.
 
gratianopolitanus (Cheddar Pinks) This mat-forming species of pinks has small grayish green leaves. In summer, they bear solitary, very fragrant flowers with serrated petals.
 
NEW! 'Fire Witch' Showy, profuse, fragrant magenta- pink blooms spring thru fall. Outstanding ground cover particularly on dry slopes. 8-12" high, 12-18" wide
 
NEW! 'Tiny Rubies' Clove scented, double deep rose-pink blooms with serrated edges. Flowering in early summer and then reblooming in the fall. Mounding, 4-5" high, 10-12" spread.
 
NEW! x. 'Angel of Enlightment' Fragrant, frilly pink on pink flowers with a tidy, compact habit. Long blooming. H 10-12"
 
NEW! x. 'Constant Beauty Crimson Picotee' Beautiful, double, crimson picotee blooms atop mound of blue-green foliage. Blooms early spring through summer with continued flowering into late summer. H 6-10", Zone 4
 
x. 'Constant Beauty Garnet' Flaunting large, dark burgundy, semi-double flowers, which include a slight fragrance. Flowers from early spring into late summer. H 6-10", Zone 4
 
NEW! x. 'Early Bird Chili' Early blooming dark coral, double flowers appear April through October on compact blue-green foliage. Fragrant blooms have enticing clove-like scent. H 6-8"
 
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. 'Fruit Punch Sweety 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. Zone 4-9
 
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.
 
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. H 6-8"
 
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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. Zone 4-9
NEW! formosa 'Aurora' This fern-leaf bleeding heart bears big clusters of white, heart-shaped flowers on 14" stems, blooming prolifically in late spring and continues through summer.
 
spectabilis (Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart) Large and showy spring bloomers. Plants go dormant by late summer. May-June.
 
'Alba' Tall arching stems of pure white heart-shaped flowers. H 2-3'
 
'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. H 30"
 
'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. H 24-30"
 
NEW! 'White Gold' Arching lime green-colored stems carry chains of crisp white heart-shaped flowers above the dramatic metallic gold leaves. H 24-30"
 
x. 'Luxuriant' (Fern Leaf) Cross between D. eximia and D. formosa. Finely cut foliage on compact plants looks good all season. Long blooming cherry red blossoms, from mid spring thru fall. This variety is most tolerant of the sun, drought and hot weather. H 1-1.5'
 
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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"
 
NEW! 'Double Scoop Cranberry' Fully double flowers with a cranberry red center on sturdy stems and compact plants. Flowers have subtle color changes as they mature. H 20-26"
 
NEW! eye catcher series These single flowering varieties come in bold colors, better basal branching compared to older genetics, and are fairly compact. H 16-18", Zone 5-8.
 
NEW! 'Atomic Orange' Large, 4½", attractive, vibrant tangerine orange flowers with a dark cone.
 
NEW! 'Canary' Large, 5" golden yellow flowers with overlapping petals and golden yellow cones. Flowers mature to soft yellow.
 
'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"
 
NEW! 'Green Twister' Green Twister’ has lemon-lime petals that transition to a light pink or carmine red near the center cone. H 2-3'
 
'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!! H 30-36"
 
'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"
 
'Magnus Superior' 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
 
'Baja Burgundy' Compact, sturdy plants with rich, burgundy pink blooms. H 18-20".
 
'Flamenco Orange' Large and plentiful rich, deep orange blooms. Very stunning! H 22-24"
 
'Hot Coral' Many large flowers that are a coral orange color that is so bright it looks almost flourescent. A must in your garden. H 22-24".
 
'Lemon Yellow' Very floriferous in bright lemon-yellow: will brighten your garden and works well in containers, also. H 18-24"
 
'Salsa-Red' Large spicy-red flowers on a well branched, sturdy plant. H 22-24"
 
'Sangrita' Sangrita is stunning, with pointed, scarlet-red petals, burgundy eye and burgundy-red flower stems. H 22-24".
 
'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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NEW! ECHINOPS ritro 'Veitchs Blue' A clump-forming plant with golf ball sized, 1-2", dark blue thistle-like flower heads atop stiff stems with deeply lobed, dark green, thistle-like foliage. H 30-36", 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, Zone 4-9
grandiflora This species of epimedium is characterized by its large, delicate flowers.
 
'Nanum' Dainty and sweet this charming miniature Epimedium has a clumping habit grows a mere 3-5" tall and long spurred bright white flowers float March to April over dramatic red-purple edged deciduous foliage.
 
'Purple Prince' Deep purple flowers on a medium sized plant that continues to push new foliage over the old all season. H 18"
 
versicolor Versicolor means changing color.
 
'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. H 12".
 
'Sulphureum' Soft yellow flowers are borne on wiry stems above red-flushed foliage in spring. H 12-15"
 
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.
 
youngianum This hybrid is a cross between E. diphyllum and E. grandiflorum, rhizomatous, clump forming, it typically grows shorter.
 
NEW! 'Asuza' Compact, short in stature with comparatively sizeable white flowers in spring, and heart-shaped leaves with a red tinge. This is a deciduous species. H 6-8"
 
'Royal Flush' 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 12"
 
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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 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. Many sub-species.
 
pedatum (Northern Maidenhair) A deciduous, clump-forming fern that features finely-textured, somewhat frilly fronds which have curved stalks. The wiry stems are reddish-brown to black. Fiddleheads emerge pink in spring. H 1-2', Zone 3-8
 
NEW! venustum (Himalayan Maidenhair) A miniature version of our native Maidenhair Fern. Very dainty and delicate looking with fine fronds on black stalks. H 6-12", Zone 5-8
 
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'
 
'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 18-24", 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. H 3'
 
'Pictum' (Japanese Painted Fern) Grey green fronds touched with silver and pink. Red stems. H 18-24"
 
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. H 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'.
 
NEW! makinoi (Holly Fern) Glossy evergreen clumper. The fronds are tough, stout and scaly with a neat habit, vigorous. H 2'
 
polyblepharum (Tassel Fern) Particularly beautiful when the new fronds emerge stiffly, then drop backwards to form a tassel. Evergreen, frosted underside. H 1.5-2'
 
THELYPTERIS decursive-pinnata (Beech Fern) This fern has 18-24" narrow, erect tapering fronds that are a nice bright green, all season long, only going down after a hard freeze. Zone 4-10
 
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FLORIBUNDA Floribunda roses are ideal for borders or containers. With a cluster of flowers topping each stem, Floribunda roses provide an almost constant show of color, and bloom more freely than hybrid teas and grandifloras. Zone 5-9
'Brillant Pink Iceberg' Long pointed buds open to rich cerise-pink petals with creamy accents. A mild honey fragrance. This shrub blooms continously and heavily over the season. Very disease resistant. Modern bush, 3-5'. 2001.
 
'Burgundy Iceberg' Bred for hardiness and exceptional disease-resistance, this prolific bloomer has deep wine-purple blossoms. A compact variety that makes a perfect specimen in the smaller garden. Honey fragrance. Modern bush, 4'. 2003
 
'Ebb Tide' Dusky deep purple buds with a swirling center open into very double, old fashioned 3 1/2" flowers. So intensely clove scented that you could lose your balance while enjoying it. Repeat bloomer. H 4' x 4'. 2004
 
NEW! 'Iceberg' Large, semi-double, 4-6" blooms of pure white, virtually thornless stems. Voted by the World Federation of Rose Societies as one of the world's most favorite roses. Very hardy and fragrant. Modern shrub, 5'. 1958
 
'Julia Child' Personally chosen by the award winning chef herself, this rose combines old fashioned style with a delicious licorice fragrance. It features fully petaled butter-gold flowers, and a rounded, compact habit. 3-4', Zone 4-9, 2004.
 
'Sexy Rexy' Just about the most profuse blooming rose. Clusters and sprays jam-packed with perfect, camilla-like pink 3 1/2" blooms. This is a fabulous continual blooming compact bush, very vigorous. H 3' x 2.5', 1987.
 
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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 'Ballerina' Alpine species making compact mound of small, delicately-fluted, grey-green leaves; delicate purplish-pink blooms with pronounced dark centers. Summer. H 4-6", Zone 5-8
 
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
 
NEW! 'Album' 'Album' bears white flowers that are flushed pale-pink with long, pink tipped stamens. H 8-12"
 
'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 10-15"
 
'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. H 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 12-15"
 
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. H 8-10"
 
'Double Jewel' Compact, upright, double white, star-shaped flowers with a contrasting splash of pinkish-purple in the center. May-September. H 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. H 8-12"
 
'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. H 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.
 
'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 10-12", 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 12-17", 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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GEUM (Avens) Rosettes of handsome, hairy foliage bear colorful saucer shaped flowers on long stems. Best shaded from the midday sun. Cut back hard for a rebloom. Full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained soil. Zone 5-8
chiloense 'Blazing Sunset' Tall flower spikes grow from mounds of velvety foliage. Fully double scarlet-red flowers. Late May-June. H 16-24"
 
x. 'Mai Tai' A compact Geum with beautiful, ruffled apricot-orange blooms emerging from contrasting burgundy buds. Long bloom time, June-September. H 18"
 
NEW! x. 'Pretticoats peach' Flowers Spring & reblooms all summer long. Profuse peach and yellow flowers are semi-double and ruffled when in bloom on dark red stems. Compact. H 10"
 
x. 'Totally Tangerine' Tall, strong stems carry loads of bright apricot to tangerine orange flowers. Early Summer. 30"
 
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NEW! 'golden joy' This new cultivar from Wiel Linnsen of Holland offers improvements over other golden junipers. For one, its yellow is brighter than other available options and it maintains the brilliant color throughout the year. In addition, it is easy to grow and has a classic spreading and compact form. It grows more slowly, too, so it will stay beautiful and maintain a manageable size for years.
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GRANDIFLORA Tall elegant plants that bloom repeatedly during the season, they generally feature clustered blossoms with stems which are slightly shorter than those of hybrid tea roses. Zone 5-9
'Queen Elizabeth' Pink, moderately fragrant, large 3-4" ruffled flowers, in small clusters. Blooms in flushes throughout the season. Tall, bushy and thornless (mostly), 5-10'X 2-3'. 1954
 
NEW! 'Radiant Perfume' Boldest Yellow Rose with Intoxicating Citrus Fragrance! Long-stem blooms perfect for gardens and bouquets! A combination of dazzling color on long-stemmed blooms and irresistible lemon scent. H 5-6', Zone 4-8, 2005
 
'Strike It Rich' Elegant 5" buds of deep, golden yellow swirled with ruby red on long stems. Long lived flowers retain their color, blooming continually. Strong fragrance. H 5-6', 2007
 
NEW! 'Twilight Zone' Old Rose style, with an unusual, deep amethyst color on velvety, fully double blossoms. Strong fragrance of clove and citrus scent. Blooming in flushes all summer. Modern bush, 4'X3'. Zone 5-9. 2013
 
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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. Zone 5-9.
 
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'.
 
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 'Elijah Blue' (Blue Fescue) A low-growing, semi-evergreen, clump-forming grass with finely-textured, blue-gray foliage with arching, needle-like blades. Low water needs. 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 12-14", 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 Heaven' Beautiful, bright steel blue color with purple highlights. In fall it turns to burgundy red with purple and violet highlights. Tolerates heat and humidity well. H 42-54", Zone 3-9
 
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HELIOPSIS helianthoides (False Sunflower) Prolific bloomer, with many daisy-like flowers. They are long blooming and great for mid summer to fall color. Most Zone 5-8. Tolerates poor, dry soil.
NEW! 'Bleeding Hearts' This variety is fire red at first, then orange-red turning to bronze. It has dark purple leaves, black stems, a sturdy habit and reliable first year blooming. H 48"
 
NEW! 'Burning Hearts' Sturdy plants with dark purple, almost black stems and foliage sport daisy-like blooms of bright yellow with red centers from July to October. Extremely floriferous, deer-resistant plants. H 3-4'
 
'Tuscan Sun' Upright stems topped with many bright golden yellow, daisy-like flowers with an orange-gold button center. A new compact variety with good disease resistance. H 1-1.5'
 
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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
honeymoon series A new series with single flowers and brilliant colors. H 18-24"
 
'New York Night' Shades of deep purple-black, jet black and purple grey all punctuated with frilly, creamy glowing stamens.
 
'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! 'Romantic Getaway' 3", single white flowers with a dramatic red patterned center.
 
'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.
 
'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.
 
'Maid of Honor' Large number of vibrant 2.5-3” dark-pink, double flowers.
 
'True Love' True love in shades of rich wine, outlined with darker margins has glowing golden centers.
 
'Wedding Bells' Clear-white, double-flowered hellebore.
 
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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"
 
'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! 'Lavender Blue Baby' 5½", incredibly recurved lavender purple petals have a pronounced lavender blue eye. The two colors complement each other beautifully, and they practically glow in the sun. Fragrant! H 28", M-L-RB
 
'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"
 
NEW! 'Romantic Returns' With a striking deep rose-pink color, the flowers of ‘Romantic Returns’ are remarkably large, at 5”, for a re-blooming daylily. The ruffled petals add delicate sophistication to a plant that is easy to grow. H 25", E-M-RB
 
'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"
 
'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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HEUCHERA (Coral Bells) Loose clusters of bell-shaped flowers are borne on wiry stems over low mounds of striking, rounded foliage. Coral Bells are useful in cottage gardens, cut flower gardens, and butterfly gardens. Crosses are the Villosa Hybrids, which are tolerant to heat and humidity. Full sun to part shade and moist, well-drained, organic rich soil. Early summer. Zone 4-8
NEW! northern exposure series We sought out the most cold tolerant northern species from Canada for this hybrid. This showy garden plant was bred from hardy H. richardsonii and looks good longer in the season than other Heuchera. Great rust resistance and longevity. H 14", full shade, part shade, full sun
 
NEW! 'Amber' Clean lines for the landscape with clear amber, round leaves on a dense, medium size mound.
 
NEW! 'Lime' A medium large, long-lived landscape plant with a multiple crowns with round, lime green leaves that stay lime green all year. It forms a dense rounded mound and has narrow spikes of rust-red flowers.
 
'Red' Dark red to burgundy round leaves on a dense, medium size mound.
 
x. 'Autumn Leaves' Mid-sized leaves of red in the spring, taupe in summer, and ruby red in fall, put on a show in any season. H 16-18", Part Shade
 
x. 'Berry Timeless' Unbelievable flower production! Light pink flowers age to deep red, produced on tight wands on 18-20" scapes. Plant blooms and reblooms continuously from early summer to frost. Foliage is lightly silvered, mint green in a compact, dense clump. H 18-20". Part Shade, Full Shade, Full Sun.
 
NEW! x. 'Berry Treasure' Small, pewter leaves have dark veins. The habit is totally covered with large rosy pink flowers on mahogany stems. Repeatedly sends up new flushes of flowers. H 8-10", Full sun to full shade
 
x. 'Black Taffeta' Larger than 'Obsidian' with dark glossy black foliage and ruffled edges. White flowers in late spring offer a nice contrast. H 12-15", Part Shade, Full Sun.
 
x. 'Cajun Fire' This plant changes colors with the seasons: red in spring, black in summer, and maroon in fall. They are always attractive, having clean foliage in rounded mounds. White flowers on dark stems hover just above the foliage. Full Sun to part shade. H 9" X 14" W.
 
NEW! x. 'Champagne' This is a stunning plant with medium size leaves changing from peach to gold to champagne-gold with a strong white veil overall. Free-flowering maroon stems with light peach flowers most of the season. H 11″ / 14″ / 14″ Part Shade, Full Shade
 
x. 'Fire Chief' Mid-sized leaves of glowing wine red make a nice medium sized mound, topped with bicolor pink and white blooms on dark red stems. Blooms continuously spring, summer and fall. H 9" x 18" W, Part sun to shade.
 
x. 'Galaxy' Large, leathery foliage, heavily variegated with spots of color on a very dark background. Leaves emerge bright red than turn darker as they age. The variegation, however, gets lighter colored and more noticeable as the season progresses. H 9-14", Part Shade, Full Sun
 
x. 'Grape Soda' Grape Soda has rose-pink spring leaves. During the warmer months the leaves go from light purple to deep silvery purple. A long lasting pinkish, purple flower make this a dual purpose plant. H 8-10". Part Shade, Full Shade, Full Sun.
 
x. 'Green Spice' A top-seller around the world and great in the shade! Its dark gray-edged silver leaves with red venation are smoother and brighter, bigger, and better. Exceptional fall color, which we label as "pumpkin, neon orange." H 9"/28". Part Shade, Full Shade.
 
x. 'Lime Marmalade' A tasty lime foliage sport of 'Marmalade'. Super vigorous and full of frills with ruffled lime colored leaves. H 10" and 24" spread. Part Shade, Full Shade.
 
x. 'Marmalade' 'Marmalade' stands out with its rich, shiny, maple-shaped foliage ranging in color from amber to deep sienna. Check out its hot pink undersides! Part Shade, Full Sun. H 10", spread 18".
 
NEW! x. 'Midnight Rose Select' Burnished black leaves, dappled with spots of hot pink in spring, lightening to cream and pink in summer. H 10-12", part shade to full sun
 
x. 'Obsidian' Superb smooth chocolate and wine foliage with contrasting white flowers in June-July. H 1', Part Shade, Full Sun.
 
x. 'Paris' 'Paris' is the best of the reblooming heucheras. This free flowering cultivar produces an abundance of large, deep rose-pink flowers on 14" scapes, beginning late spring. A single stem can bloom for up to 2 months. Foliage is green with bright silver overlays. H 10-18". Part Shade.
 
x. 'Peach Flambe' Bright peach colored leaves that literally glow in spring, summer and fall, turning to rosy-plum in the winter. The color progression provides multi-seasonal interest as a great color companion to spring yellows, summer blues and fall oranges. H 1', Part Shade, Full Shade.
 
x. 'Rave On' One of the heaviest spring bloomers, producing masses of pink flowers, on 20" stems, above highly silvered foliage with green veins and red undersides. Forms tidy mounds. H 8", Part Shade, Full Sun.
 
x. 'Red Lightning' Electrifying dark red veins spark over huge gold leaves and white flowers. Color holds well throughout the season. H 11"/18". Part Shade, Full Shade.
 
x. 'Southern Comfort' Huge cinnamon-peach leaves! Creamy white flowers erupt in late summer. Foliage color changes from cinnamon peach to burnished copper to amber. Full sun to part shade. H 14-21".
 
x. 'Topaz Jazz' New leaves open peach-amber, change to amber, then to tan, and finally to yellow amber. Lovely at every season. Short maroon flower spikes with white flowers. H 9" X 12" W. Part shade to full shade.
 
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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"
 
'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. H 12" x 12-16" W.
 
'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".
 
'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. H 28" x 40" W.
 
'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".
 
'Dancing Queen' An exceptionally large, bright yellow Hosta with scalloped leaves and pale lavender flowers in August. 18"h x 28" w.
 
NEW! 'Diamond Lake' Heart-shaped, thick and heavily corrugated blue leaves have wavy margins. The large size of this plant also translates to large leaves: they can get up to 9 inches wide by 11 inches long. H 17" x 45" W. Pale lavender flowers appear in early to midsummer
 
'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".
 
NEW! 'Empress Wu' The largest known hosta available! This massive plant forms a gigantic mound of huge, thick, dark green leaves topped with pale reddish violet flowers. It will make a fantastic statement in your shade garden! H 36 to 48" x 60-72" W.
 
NEW! 'Etched Glass' Very wide, dark green margins contrast with a bright, brilliant yellow margin, with a light green pattern in the center. Very large and fragrant, white flowers in late summer. H 36" x 36" W.
 
'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"
 
'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
 
'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. H 5" x 7" W.
 
'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. H 5-7" x 20" W.
 
'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.
 
'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
 
NEW! 'Sun Mouse' Bright yellow rounded leaves make a 6 inch tall mound. A relative of 'Blue Mouse Ears'. Lavender flowers in midsummer. Part shade to full shade.
 
'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. H 14" x 17" W
 
'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. H 11-18" x 24" W. 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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HYBRID TEAS Hybrid Teas Roses are tall, elegant plants producing the classic long-stem rose with individual blossoms and flower repeatedly during the season. Hybrid Tea Roses are a Cultivar Group of roses, created by cross-breeding two different types of roses.
'Peace' Said to be the most popular rose of the 20th Century. 'Peace' has very fragrant, double, 6" flowers of a light yellow to cream color, slightly flushed at the petal edges with crimson-pink. A vigorous, strong bush. Continually blooming. 4'X3'. 1945.
 
NEW! 'Tiffany' Pretty and powerfully perfumed Tiffany grows perfect shaped, pink flowers which have a yellow base. Tiffany is an upright grower that can be 4'-5' tall. Multiple award winner. Repeat bloomer. 1954
 
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IBERIS sempervirens (Candytuft) A bright spot in the early Spring garden. Evergreen, mound-forming foliage bears clusters of flowers. 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.
NEW! 'Pink Ice' Flat clusters of large, pink flowers with small dark-pink centers, spring through fall. H 6-8"
 
'Snowsation' Evergreen, mound-forming foliage bears clusters of the largest white flowers of any Iberis. H 6-12"
 
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IRIS A large genus of plants with long, blade-like foliage and showy flowers excellent for cutting. With a wide range of color, bloom times, and cultural requirements, there are Iris for every garden.
cristata (Dwarf Crested Iris) A spreading native wildflower, 3.5" flowers. They works well in naturalized or woodland gardens. Full to part shade. Humus rich, well-drained soil. Spring, Zone 5-8
 
'Powder Blue Giant' Large flowers are a powder blue with golden crests accented by deep blue. H 6-8".
 
'Tennessee White' Vigorous spreader and prolific bloomer with white flowers with yellow crests. H 8-10".
 
ensata (Japanese Iris) Japanese Iris have huge, flouncy flowers that bloom in July, later than Bearded or Siberian Iris. Ideally suited to a pond edge, but do well in any moist, acidic, humus-rich soil. Sun to part shade. Zone 4-9
 
'Eileens Dream' Graceful large dark maroon double flowers that are dramatically splashed with yellow signals. H 32-36".
 
NEW! 'Lady in Waiting' Near-white, lightly ruffled, double flowers with brushed lavender edges. The resulting flowers have a flat, open form. Signals are marked as small, simple yellow blotches. H 2-3'
 
NEW! 'Picotee Wonder' With white and lavender blue flowers that are 5-6" across, this Japanese iris blooms a bit later than the others in this group, extending the flowering season. H 30-40"
 
NEW! 'Pink Lady' This summer blooming Iris has clear pink petals and a yellow throat. H 32-36"
 
NEW! 'Temple Bells' Beautiful dark purple flowers with yellow accents. H 3-4'
 
'Variegata' A strikingly beautiful, deer-resistant iris with creamy white-and-green, vertically striped, broad foliage. In late spring, each clump is topped with attractive, pale lavender-blue flowers. H 24-36".
 
germanica (Bearded Iris) Bearded Iris are loved for their large showy flowers and 2" wide leaves that are tinged in blue. Most bloom early to mid June, some varieties have a late summer rebloom. Average to infertile soil. Zone 3-9
 
NEW! 'Fall Fiesta' A bi-color tall bearded iris with ruffled amber-tan falls topped with creamy yellow standards. Blooms in mid to late season. H 32-36"
 
'Happenstance' This multiple award winner produces baby pink flowers with coral beards and lightly ruffled, laced petals. Well-branched stems ensure a multitude of these vibrant pink blooms. Mid-season. 37"
 
'Savannah Sunset' Intense orange flowers that bloom extensively. H 32-38"
 
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! 'Smart'
 
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"
 
NEW! 'Currier' Large purplish/ red falls, white wire rim and yellow base. Purplish standards. H 33"
 
NEW! 'I See Stars' Unusual-looking Siberian iris is sure to be a star in the garden. Its 5½" flowers have six medium to dark blue flat petals with a clear white signal area netted in blue. H 26-30"
 
'Kita-No-Seiza' Brighten those problem spots with this graceful Siberian Iris. Butterflies are attracted to its blue-violet flowers, which are veined with white. 24-28"
 
NEW! 'Peacock Ginger Twist' Layers of color – lavender standards, ginger falls, speckles all over and pearly pale gold styles. H 24-28"
 
'Peacock Painted Women' Stunning reddish falls, yellow signals at the base. Lavender and soft blue standards. H 24-26".
 
NEW! 'Peacock Uncorked' 'Uncorked' has unique flowers in shades of golden yellow, sky blue, and purple-black with detailed veining. H 24-28"
 
'Swans in Flight' Beautiful variety with large white flowers and slender spiky leaves which add wonderful texture to the landscape. H 32".
 
'Welcome Return' 'Welcome Return' features repeat blooming flowers of violet blue with yellow blaze. Its blossoms first appear in late spring then again in summer. H 30-34".
 
'Yellow Tail' A beautiful semi-double Iris with white inner petals. Strong grower! Mid-Late bloom. H 28"
 
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NEW! JUNIPERUS X PFITZERIANA GOLDEN JOY Spreading Zone 4 Dwarf Yellow. This new cultivar from Wiel Linnsen of Holland offers improvements over other golden junipers. For one, its yellow is brighter than other available options and it maintains the brilliant color throughout the year. In addition, it is easy to grow and has a classic spreading and compact form. It grows more slowly, too, so it will stay beautiful and maintain a manageable size for years
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NEW! KNAUTIA (pincushion plant) Multitudes of pincushion flowers are produced tirelessly all summer long. A cute little cut flower. Politely self-sows. Prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. Mid June to August.
macedonica 'red knight' Double pincushion flowers of deep crimson over deeply divided lacy green leaves. A strong performer, carefree as long as you avoid clay soils. Flowers dry well. 22"
 
NEW! 'melton pastels' Pink, wine red, salmon, and light blue pastels colors. Long flower stems. June-Sept. 2-5'
 
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KNAUTIA macedonica (Pincushion Plant) Multitudes of pincushion flowers are produced tirelessly all summer long. A cute little flower that politely self-sows. Prefers full sun to part shade and well drained soil. Zone 5-9
NEW! 'Mars Midget' A compact selection of this summer-long bloomer. It forms a low mound of grey-green leaves, bearing small ruby-red button flowers that open in succession over several months. H 12-18"
 
'Thunder and Lightning' A unique color combination! Light green leaves are shaped like lightning bolts with creamy yellow to white margins. Deep reddish-purple, fully double flowers.summer. H 12-18"
 
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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(6)-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"
 
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 Sunset/Orange and Red. H 14-20", Zone 5(6)-9.
 
NEW! popsicle series Compact habit. Blooms from summer into fall – a massive rebloomer! Attractive grassy foliage which looks great all season. High-impact colors.
 
NEW! 'Mango Popsicle' Delicious spikes of sweet, mango-orange. H 18-30"
 
NEW! 'Orange Vanilla Popsicle' A two-toned beauty topped with flower spikes of red orange over the creamy white on the bottom. H 18-30"
 
NEW! 'Redhot Popsicle' Lively, cinnamon red flowers on short, compact plants for the smaller garden. H 16-20"
 
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LANDSCAPE Landscape Roses are selected from a variety of classes, based on their ease of care. Landscape Roses are disease-resistant, require little pruning, grow quickly to fill a space and provide a long seasonal show of color. Most Landscape Roses are grown on their own root. Zone 4-9
'Carefree Sunshine' Carefree Roses have outstandingly disease-resistance. Clear yellow, single blooms appear in abundant clusters form spring to fall. Continual Bloom, 4x4, 2001
 
polyanthas 'The Fairy' One of the easiest roses to grow, this old-fashioned charmer produces sprays of small, double-pink flowers through first frost. Compact, bushy, 2 1/2'X4'. Zone 5-10. 1932
 
rugosa 'Linda Campbell' Features fragrant, bright red, semi-double blooms (to 3" across) in clusters of 5-15 blooms. Flowers in June and throughout the summer with an excellent repeat. Nearly thornless, good for hips. H 6' x 6-8', 1991
 
NEW! rugosa 'Moje Hammarberg' This rugosa hybrid has very fragrant magenta to reddish-violet double flowers and is a repeat bloomer. More compact and rounded and than most other rugosa roses. Large beautiful hips. H 3', 1931, Zone 3
 
NEW! rugosa 'Therese Bugnet' An extremely hardy and disease resistant shrub. Beautiful, loosely double, rich pink flowers of Old Rose character. Good, strong fragrance. Attractive hips. H 5-6'x 4-6' W, Zone 2, 1950
 
NEW! rugosa 'Topaz Jewel' A wonderful Rugosa that blooms butter-yellow, then ages to cream. Very fragrant with hips in the Fall. 2-5' x up to 7', Zone 4-8. 1987
 
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NEW! LATHYRUS vernus (Spring Vetching) Deep pink to purple flowers emerge in early spring before the foliage. A clump forming pea that is happiest in rich soil that doesn't dry out. 1-1.5', Zone 3-7
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NEW! 'limeglow' Not your typical juniper! This amazing selection boasts feathery foliage in electric chartreuse, a color that makes a striking contrast to other greens in the garden. Its spreading, vase form and juvenile foliage lend a cheery presence in almost any garden, including one with hot, dry conditions. The yellow sport from 'Youngstown' is reported to hold its bright color and to resist sunburn. Selected by Larry Hatch with North Carolina State University
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LONICERA A woody twining climber whose leaves are often blue-green. Tubular flowers are loved by hummingbirds and are followed by berries. Late spring/early summer. Only need to be pruned to fit your space. Sun to part shade. Zone 4-9.
NEW! heckrotti 'Goldflame' Hot pink flower buds open to gold flowers with heavenly scent from May thru frost followed by red fruit that birds love. Purple new leaves turn blue-green in summer and drop in winter. Grows fast to 15-20'
 
sempervirens Latin for always flourishing and vigorous.
 
'Magnifica' Bright apricot orange trumpets with a yellow center. The foliage is more blue-green than other varieties. Our most vigorous variety. 15'
 
'Major Wheeler' Landscape friendly native honeysuckle. Red flowers cover the plant in spring with new flowers on and off throughout the summer and fall. The most floriferous variety we offer. Heirloom, 10'
 
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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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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. H 18" X 30" W
 
NEW! 'Cats Pajamas' Blooms about 2-3 weeks earlier! The ball-shaped habit carries long, dark stems that hold indigo blue flowers, blooms from the soil to the tips of the stems. Even when the flowers are past peak, the color of the rosy purple calyxes give your garden an additional splash of color. H 12-14"
 
'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. H 12-14"
 
'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. H 14-18"
 
'Six Hill Giant' A fantastic cultivar with pale lavender-blue flowers and gray-green foliage. Heavy bloomer. June-July, H 2'
 
'Walkers Low' The longest blooming Nepeta! Tons of lavender-blue flowers over compact mounds of grey-green foliage. April to fall! H 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. 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 aka itoh 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"
 
'First Arrival' Marvelously fragrant! Enormous blooms (6-8") that last for weeks. Rich lilac infused pink with a strong sweet scent. H 24-36", Early to mid spring.
 
'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. h 30"
 
NEW! 'Morning Lilac' The fragrant 'Morning Lilac' produces an abundance of vibrant, 6", fuchsia-purple blooms, all accentuated by darker purple and white stripes. Blooms earlier than most varieties—Form ranges from single to semi-double. H 28"
 
'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".
 
'Scrumdiddlyumptious' Blooms mid to late season Creamy yellow flowers pink blushed and edged. Semi-double Flowers. Blooms mid-late season. H 30".
 
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".
 
'Charles Burgess' Fire engine red with a golden center. Absolutely glows on a spring evening. Blooms mid season. 30"
 
'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"
 
'Command Performance' Full, double, fragrant cardinal-red flowers. Has an underglow of red/orange. Thick strong stems. Large flowers up to 8” across. Blooms mid-sesaon. H 32".
 
NEW! 'Coral Charm' Abundant, nostalgic, large, cup-shaped flowers emerge as a deep persimmon color and bloom out to elegant, coral-cream colored, semi-double flowers with a slight fragrance as they mature. Blooms early to mid season. H 40"
 
'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"
 
NEW! 'Do Tell' An exciting cultivar with two rows of rosy-pink petals, speckled darker in the center, surrounding stamens in shades of white to dark pink. Mildly fragrant. Blooms mid-season. H 32"
 
'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".
 
'Krinkled White' This beauty has lovely single, snow white Krinkled petals with yellow stamens. Also performs well in containers. Mid-season. Slightly fragrant. 32"
 
'Many Happy Returns' Warm red lovely shaped full double flowers. Very floriferous variety, long lasting cut-flowers. Blooms mid-season. H 34".
 
'Marie Lemoine' Classic (1869) double white large globe shaped, lovely fragrant variety. Dark green foliage. Blooms late season. H 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".
 
NEW! 'Sarah Bernhardt' A classic, very fragrant peony with light pink, double blooms with slightly paler edges. Late. Fragrant. H 36".
 
'Susie Q' Short candy pink rose shaped flowers. Lighty fragrant. Shorter variety (24"). Does not need staking. Good for pot plant. Blooms mid season.
 
NEW! 'The Fawn' The rose pink blooms are quite large with layer upon layer of crepe paper-like petals, the backsides of the guard petals sporting unusual fawn-like dark pink speckles. Fragrant. Blooms mid-season (June). H 34"
 
'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"
 
NEW! x. 'Blackbeard' Penstemon 'Blackbird' flowers for a long, long time. Elegant and slender, deep raspberry-colored flowers hang amidst handsome dark, eggplant-purple foliage well into the autumn. H 28-34", Zone 3-8.
 
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
 
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PEROVSKIA atriplicifolia (Russian Sage) Branching upright stems bear silvery-grey foliage and sprays of fragrant lavender flowers. Lovely cut flowers. Full sun and well drained soil. August-September. Zone 4-9
NEW! 'Baby Jean Blue' For a shorter, more manageable Russian Sage, try ‘Blue Jean Baby’! This variety is one of the earliest Perovskia to bloom. H 28-34"
 
'Denim-N-Lace' Lacy-like, bright sky blue flowers are held on amethyst calyxes, with strong stems and an upright habit. The beautiful color will last a long time! Medium Height, 28-32"
 
species Silvery-green aromatic foliage is a wonderful backdrop to the lavender- blue flower spikes. H 3-5'
 
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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'
 
'David' Large, pure white variety. Totally mildew resistant! A favorite. H 3-4'
 
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.
 
'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"
 
'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.
 
NEW! 'Peacock White' Bred for its prolific, huge white flowers, tidy, compact size, disease resistance and heat tolerance. An exceptionally long bloomer, you can expect armloads of sweetly scented clusters of pristine white flowers for months. H 18-24"
 
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.
 
NEW! 'Emerald Pink' Showy display of hot-pink flowers.
 
NEW! 'Eye Candy' Light lavender-pink flowers have a dark wine-purple eye.
 
'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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PLATYCODON grandiflorus (Balloon Flower) A clump-forming plant bearing upright stems of triangular leaves and clusters of balloon-like buds which open to star-shaped, cupped flowers. A nice cut flower. Balloon Flower is very late to emerge in the spring. It prefers full sun to partial shade and average to rich, well-drained soil. July-August. Zone 3-9
astra series A compact, well branched series available in blue light pink and semi-double white. 8-10"
 
NEW! 'Mariesii Blue' Slightly taller selection with true blue flowers. H 18-24"
 
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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. Zone 4-8.
belarina series Fully double flowers in rich colors bloom profusely. Refined in style, yet hardy, the Belarinas® are offered in 'Amethyst Ice', and 'Cobalt Blue'. H 6-8".
 
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. Zone 5-7
 
'Apple Blossom' Pale pink to white flowers with red eye. H 12-18"
 
'Millers Crimson' Whorls of bright, carmine red blooms sit high on lush green foliage. Loves moisture. H 12-23"
 
NEW! x. 'Pacific Hybrids' Highly praised for its large flower size and clear, vibrant colors. Flowers freely in a wide range of colors including yellow, maroon, lavender, white, pink, and blue-violet. Most have large eyes of contrasting colors. H 6-8"
 
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RODGERSIA With its bold, divided leaves, this forms an exotic-looking clump with large airy plumes that appear in early to mid-summer. Plants prefer a moist, dappled shade setting. Zone 4-9.
pinnata 'Superba' Large airy plumes of creamy to deep-pink flowers, that appear in early to mid-summer. H 35-47"
 
NEW! podophylla Attractive, palmate leaves that emerge bronze in spring but mature to a deep, dark green. From midsummer it bears upright clusters of cream-green, star-shaped flowers. H 3-5'
 
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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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RUDBECKIA fulgida (Black Eyed Susans) Black-Eyed Susan or Coneflowers are showy, native North American wild flowers. Daisy-like flowers with large, raised, brown centers are wonderful cut flowers. Attract butterflies. Easy to grow in full sun to light shade and average to moist, well-drained soil.
NEW! laciniata 'Autumn Sun' (Herbstonne) Forms an enormous, upright clump of multi-branched stems bearing huge, lemon yellow daisies with drooping petals. July-September. H 3-6', Zone 5-9
 
'Little Goldstar' Compact selection having star-shaped, 2-2 1/2", golden yellow blossoms carried just above a short, bushy clump of rich green foliage. Mid Summer-Early Fall. H 14-16", Zone 4-9
 
sullivantii 'Goldstrum' Bright gold petals with a deep brown cone highlight the garden in late summer. Each flower may last up to two weeks! Long blooming and very floriferous. Late July-September, H 24-36". Zone 3-10
 
'var. fulgida' Smaller flowers than R. 'Goldstrum' but longer blooming going from July-October. H 24-30", Zone 5-8
 
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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".
 
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.
 
'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. H 18-24".
 
NEW! 'Fashionista Sweet Petite' This compact Salvia is absolutely packed with large, lavender pink flowers with near red, dark rose buds. H 14-16"
 
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'.
 
columbaria A mixture of rounded and serrated basal leaves and domed flower heads.
 
'Butterfly Blue' Lavender blue flowers.
 
NEW! flutter series A dwarf Pincushion Flower with large blooms, non-stop from spring through late summer. Terrific for mass planting, edging the border or in pots. Available in Deep Blue, Rose-Pink and Pure White. H 12-14".
 
'Giant Blue' Immense, 3", lavender-blue flowers twice the size of 'Butterfly Blue'. H 24"
 
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SEDUM A large genus of succulent plants with clusters of small, starry flowers. Full sun and lean well drained soil a must! Zone 3/4-9
DWARF TYPES Spreading low growing succulents which are covered with starry flowers. They also make a great alternative ground cover in full sun, spreading even under the harshest conditions.
 
rupestre Also known as 'Rocky Stonecrop', vigorous, mat forming evergreen species.
 
'Angelina' Carpets of screaming gold needle like foliage with tiny yellow flowers in mid- summer. The foliage turns dark yellow and finally orange when the coldest weather arrives. 3-5"
 
'Chocolate Ball' This unique variety forms a low spreading mound of milk-chocolate, succulent, needle-like leaves that change to dazzling red with the onset of cooler temperatures in fall. Yellow flowers in summer and continue into fall. H 6-8".
 
sieboldii (October Daphne) Simple low arching stems with round grey leaves. Pink flowers in dense round clusters beginning in September. The foliage dies back in the winter. H 4-8".
 
sunsparkler series Groundcover type sedums offering colorful foliage with a compact mounded habit and large clusters flowers. Zone 4-9
 
NEW! 'Dazzleberry' Huge raspberry flower clusters completely engulf the smoky blue-grey, wide mounds of foliage. One of the earliest fall-blooming Sedum varieties. H Short, 4-8"
 
'Firecracker' Strong and robust, this densely, branched selection puts on a strong show of burgundy red color all season. Vibrant pink flowers are an added bonus in late summer. 6"
 
NEW! 'Lime Twister' Hot pink blooms in late summer to fall with variegated green and creamy white foliage. H 4"x18"W
 
'Lime Zinger' Fantastic lime-green leaves edged with bright cherry-red. In the late summer the carpet of colorful foliage is topped with large clusters of soft pink flowers. 6"
 
NEW! 'Wildfire' Forms a low, compact mound of shiny, cherry-red thumbnail-sized foliage with pink variegated edges. Large rose-pink flowers appear in late summer, lasting for weeks. H 6-8"
 
NEW! takesimense 'Atlantis' Small, serrated leaves are dark green with very wide creamy yellow margins, becoming tinged with pink blush tones with cold temperatures late in fall. Low, spreading sedum. H 4-6"
 
x. 'Little Miss Sunshine' Prized for its incredibly dark green, glossy foliage, compact size, and tidiness in the landscape. From early to midsummer, tiny clusters of yellow flowers cover the polished habit. H 6-8".
 
TALL LIVE FOREVER TYPES Clump forming, mostly upright plants which are topped with large clusters of small flowers. Flowers are nice for cutting or leaving on the plant for winter interest. Hardy and low maintenance. Attractive to butterflies.
 
spectabile 'Autumn Fire' Could this be the Sedum to surpass 'Autumn Joy' in quality and popularity? Thicker, more consistent and nicer looking overall according to the trails. Same rusty red color we love! Resistant to 'sudden sedum collapse' . H 2'
 
NEW! x. 'Class Act' This outstanding selection forms a strong, substantial mound of green succulent foliage topped with large, deep carmine-pink flower clusters that age to russet. H 18-23"
 
x. 'Mr. Goodbud' Large 5-6 inch clusters of vibrant purple pink flowers on purple red stems top the compact, upright clump of deep green, serrated foliage in late summer. The stems are very strong and relatively short, resisting flopping. 16"
 
x. 'Night Embers' This late season bloomer can be admired for its strictly upright habit of dark black-purple, semi-glossy succulent leaves and small clusters of light mauve pink flowers. H 24-26".
 
NEW! x. 'Rock n Grow Superstar' Dark turquoise foliage forms a dense, compact, mounded habit. Rosy pink flowers. H 10-12"
 
x. 'Touchdown Teak' An amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves, red stems, and a vigorous, upright-but low habit. Rose-red flowers are a summer feature. H 15" x 16" W.
 
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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
NEW! 'Red Heart'
 
tectorum 'Kalinda' Beautiful, large evergreen rosettes of pale burgundy, orange-flushed, coral-tipped leaves that turn deep wine tones in winter. H 2-8".
 
NEW! x. 'Dynamo' A deep plum-red with green at the center of the plant. Very showy coloring which holds year around. Long slender leaves give the plant an artichoke-like form. H 4-6"
 
NEW! x. 'Emerald Empress' Rosettes of emerald green foliage tipped with burgundy take on deeper red tones with cool temperatures. H 1-4" x 6-12" W
 
x. 'Jade Rose' Rosettes of rich green leaves that flush a deep rose red color. H 1-4".
 
x. 'Royal Ruby' Dark wine-red foliage. Rosettes form dense mats.
 
x. 'Sunset' You never know what color sunset will be. Heavily tipped leaves are changeable from red to green to orange with a base of bright green. Narrow thin leaves with lots of chicks. 2.5" rosettes
 
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NEW! SOLIDAGO 'Little Lemon' This diminutive beauty is exceptionally compact with bright, light yellow flowers beginning in late summer and lasting well into fall. Full sun. H 12-18", Zone 4-9
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STOKESIA laevis (Stokes Aster) Broad rosettes of shiny green, lance shaped leaves. Branched flower stalks bear flat aster-like flowers with fuzzy centers mid-July through August. Nice planted in groups. Grow in full sun to light shade and well-drained soil. Zone 5-9
'Honeysong Purple' Dark purple stokesia, a true royal purple with a hint of red that deepens as the flower ages. Contrasting white stamens, 4" blooms, and pronounced serrated edges make this the finest ever offered. Mid-summer. 12"
 
NEW! 'Peachies Pick' Dense clumps of healthy, deep green foliage topped with dozens of large blue flowers. Perhaps the best Stokes Aster available! H 18"
 
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NEW! TANACETUM coccinuem 'James Kelway' (Painted Daisy or Pyrethrum) Popular cut flowers recognized by its famous bright red daisy with bright yellow center and fern like foliage. Blooms early summer in full sun, part sun. H 18-20", Zone 3-7
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NEW! TRIFOLIUM repens A perennial ground cover and edger, a fantastic companion to other container plants. In containers it mixes beautifully with other plants, gracefully cascading over the edges. Tolerant of extreme heat and cold, hardy plants grow energetically in sun and shade. H 3-5" x 10-14" spread. Zone 4-10
NEW! '4 Luck Coco Mint' Burgundy brown with green centers.
 
NEW! '4 Luck Green Glow' Unusual bicolor shades of greens.
 
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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 'Golden Queen' 'Golden Queen' produces 2-3 inch wide, golden-orange, bowl-shaped flowers from late spring into midsummer. H 24-36", Zone 3-7
 
cultorum 'New Moon' Large, creamy double yellow flowers on upright stems with a nice compact habit. H. 18-23", Zone 3-9.
 
europaeus f. compactus 'Lemon Supreme' An abundance of lemon yellow, bowl-shaped blooms on compact plants. Very vigorous. H 12", Zone 2-9.
 
laxus (Spreading Globeflower) Though rare and protected in the wild, this native is easy to grow in the garden. In spring, it is a prolific bloomer and it may flower again later in the season. Cheery yellow flowers on thick stems sit atop a neat mound of glossy foliage. Eastern North America. H 12-16", Zone 4-8.
 
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NEW! UVULARIA perfoliata (Bellwort)
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NEW! UVULARIA sessilifolia 'Variegatum' (Variegated Wild Oats or Merry Bells) This dainty woodland sports a nice white edge around every leaf. It emerges in very early spring and is topped by small yellow flowers. Being slowly stoloniferous, it will make a 1' wide patch in 5 years...very durable, easy to grow, and summer dormant. Part sun to shade. H 8", Zone 4-8
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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.
 
'First Lady' A compact plant, bearing numerous spikes of pure white flowers. Nice cut flower. H 14-16".
 
'First Love' A compact variety, it grows to be 16-20”, with elegant, bright pink flower spikes.
 
magic show series These picture perfect perennials form a fairly short, compact, full clump of bright green foliage topped with enchanting flower wands in early to midsummer. Zone 4-8.
 
'Enchanted Indigo' Forms a fairly short, compact clump of bright green glossy foliage topped with deep royal purple flowers in summer and again in fall. June-July, H 16-18"
 
'Hocus Pocus' Very long, vivid violet purple flower wands top the short, green foliage. Perfect choice for container specimen. June to July. H 16-20"
 
NEW! 'Wizard of Ahhs' One of the earliest Veronica to bloom, this plant produces thick spikes of intense, violet blue flowers that cover the top half of a low, wide habit. H 14-16" x 22" W
 
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"
 
'Whitewater' Dainty, pure white flowers cover this dense groundcover. Glossy, dark green foliage turns to burgundy, then to bronze in the fall. Late spring-early summer. 6"
 
spictata 'Very Van Gogh' Radiant orchid, paintbrush-like, rosy purple flowers appear on well-branched scapes. Upright, compact and clumping. A long blooming speedwell. 18-20".
 
x. 'Royal Candles' Violet blue flowers over plants with compact, rigid habit. Early summer, 12"
 
x. 'Snowmass' (Blue-Eyed Veronica) Small, glossy, rounded leaves form a dense mat, covered by small, four-petaled, white flowers with a blue eye. Beautiful as a ground cover. H 1-2"x18".
 
x. 'Tidal Pool' Denser other speedwells, with small oak-like leaves. The plants cover themselves with medium to deep blue-violet flowers from late April to mid-July. The rest of the season they settle into an attractive ground cover. 3"
 
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VERONICASTRUM virginicum (Culvers Root) The tall flower spikes of this native plant provide a strong accent and good vertical height, the lance-shaped leaves with whorled foliage provide interest early summer. Typically will grow 4-5' in bloom. Prefers moist, well drained soil, full to partial sun. Zone 3-10.
'Album' This cultivar is noted for its pure white flowers.
 
NEW! 'Cupid' Tall spires of blue-lilac flowers that will bloom from mid to late summer.
 
'Lavender Towers' Elegant pale purple spires on unbranched stems.
 
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NEW! VIOLA cornuta 'Etain' Large (1.5"), pale yellow, fragrant flowers with lavender-purple margins. Very floriferous & long blooming. Small, low growing plants with evergreen, heart-shaped foliage. Prefer partial shade but will tolerate full sun. Moist, humus-rich soil. H 6-10", Zone 4-9.
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