Our Plants

This is an ongoing list of the plants that we carry at our nursery.  THIS IS NOT YET A COMPLETE LIST!!!  It is a work in progress...and we hope to have it finished soon. Be patient!

Please call 802-785-2167 or email kevin@ecbrownsnursery.com to get a full listing.

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Abelia mosanensis

Abelia mosanensis

Common Name: Hardy Abelia

Pink buds open to extremely fragrant, tubular, pinkish-white flowers which bloom in spring. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. Glossy green foliage turns orange-red in fall.

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Abeliophyllum distichum

Abeliophyllum distichum

Common Name: White Forsythia

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Abeliophyllum distichum 'Pink Star'

Abeliophyllum distichum 'Pink Star'

Common Name: Pink Star White Forsythia

A relative of the Forsythia, this is a handsome, deciduous shrub is smothered with small, star-shaped, light pink flowers in late winter and early spring. They have a delicious scent and will fill the surrounding area with their scent.

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Abies balsamae 'Piccolo'

Abies balsamae 'Piccolo'

Common Name: Piccolo Dwarf Balsam Fir

Tiny, radiating, dark green needles arch downward on many short, nearly vertical branches. Prominent brown buds highlight the branch tips on the dense, very dwarf globe.

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Abies concolor

Abies concolor

Common Name: White Fir

Needles are INCREDIBLY SOFT to the touch and aromatic. Soft, flattened, pale blue-green needles (to 2 1/2” long) have uniform coloration on both surfaces (specific epithet is in reference to this). Slightly barrel-shaped cones (to 3-6” long) are most often yellowish-green, maturing to brown or purple. As is distinctive with the firs, the cones appear upright on the branches. Trees may not produce cones and seeds for up to the first 40 years.

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Abies koreana 'Silberkugel'

Abies koreana 'Silberkugel'

Common Name: Dwarf Korean Fir

Tiny, dark green needles on short branches form a flattened, compact globe that is adorned with resin-coated, cinnamon-colored mini-buds. 

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Abies koreana 'Silberperle'

Abies koreana 'Silberperle'

Common Name: Silver Pearl Dwarf Korean Fir

This tiny Korean Fir is an exquisite garden gem, with every compact branch decorated with pearls---really resinous, white buds---during fall and winter. Short, wide, deep green needles, accented with silvery-white undersides, add to the plant's year-round ornamental impact.. 

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Acaena inermis 'Purpurea'

Acaena inermis 'Purpurea'

Common Name: Purple New Zealand Burr

Although nice in the rock garden, plants can grow beyond where they are wanted, so keep a firm upper hand. Evergreen in mild winter regions.Amazing amethyst colored foliage creates a dramatic carpet of color. In summer creamy-white flower spikes will delight you against the foliage. If planted in full sun the foliage will turn ruby red. Perfect for spilling over retaining walls or surrounding taller perennials. It will only tolerate light foot traffic.

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Acanthopanix (Eleutherococcus) sieboldianus 'Variegatus'

Acanthopanix (Eleutherococcus) sieboldianus 'Variegatus'

Common Name: Variegated Five-Leaf Arailia

 Short spines at each leaf bud along the stems add to the barrier protection of the hedge, but they are not large enough to be problematic during routine maintenance. Left to grow freely it forms a shrub to about 6 or 7 feet tall and about equal in spread.

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Acanthus spinosus

Acanthus spinosus

Common Name: Spiny Bears Breech

Spiny leaves set this apart from other Acanthus species and add a tropical feel to the garden. The bold foliage is further enhanced in early summer when stiff flower spikes bearing hooded gray-purple flowers rise 2-3' above the leaves. Plant in well-drained soil in part shade 

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Acer griseum

Acer griseum

Common Name: Paperbark Maple

It has no serious pest problems and develops a reddish fall color matched by few others. Grow in full sun to part shade and medium wet soils. Although not iron-clad hardy the Upper Valley, its many attributes merit a try.

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Acer negundo 'Flamingo'

Acer negundo 'Flamingo'

Common Name: Flamingo Boxelder

the dramatically variegated leaves, which are fairly unusual for hardy plants in having a notable amount of pink in them when young.  Mature leaves are mid-green with white sectors around the perimeter. 

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Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Common Name: Bloodgood Japanese Maple

'Bloodgood is a non-dissected type that grows into a small, rounded, deciduous tree which typically grows to 8-15'(in north) tall and features purplish-red flowers in spring, deep reddish-purple summer foliage, red samaras in late summer to early fall and good crimson-red fall color.

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Acer pensylvanicum

Acer pensylvanicum

Common Name: Striped Maple

Key ornamental features are its interesting bark and fall color. Greenish bark on young branches and young trunks is vertically marked with distinctive white stripes (hence the common names of snakebark maple and striped maple). Stripes may vanish over time as older bark turns reddish brown.

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Acer pseudosieboldiana

Acer pseudosieboldiana

Common Name: Korean Maple

The ideal substitute for the coveted Japanese maples where they are not hardy, with similary fingered leaves, attractive tiered growth habit and SHOCKING fall colors of yellow, orange, scarlet and red; does best in cool, moist conditions; use as an accent

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Acer rubrum

Acer rubrum

Common Name: Red Maple

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Acer rubrum 'Frank Jr'

Acer rubrum 'Frank Jr'

Common Name: Redpointe Red Maple

A Redpointe® Maple leaf and the leaf of a typical red maple demonstrate it superior resisteance to leaf chlorosis. This condition is a frequent scourge of red maples when grown in high pH soils, causing foliage to yellow and often burn in summer heat.

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Acer rubrum 'Franksred'

Acer rubrum 'Franksred'

Common Name: Red Sunset Red Maple

RED SUNSET is one of the best red maple cultivars available in commerce, with outstanding orange to red fall color

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Acer rubrum 'Shocking Gold'

Acer rubrum 'Shocking Gold'

Common Name: Shocking Gold Red Maple

A rare form of red maple with bright yellow foliage, especially prominent in the spring. The habit is broadly pyramidal to rounded and seems to be only slightly slower than some of the other selections.

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Acer rufinerve

Acer rufinerve

Common Name: Redvein Maple Maple

A deciduous trees or large shrubs with paired, often palmately-lobed leaves and small flowers followed by characteristic winged fruits. Many have fine autumn colour, and some have ornamental stems

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Acer saccharum

Acer saccharum

Common Name: Sugar Maple

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Acer saccharum 'Commemoration'

Acer saccharum 'Commemoration'

Common Name: Commemoration Sugar Maple

This tree is a main component of the Eastern U.S. hardwood forest and is one of the trees which is most responsible for giving New England its reputation for spectacular fall color. Medium green leaves (3-6" wide with 3-5 lobes) turn yellow-orange in autumn, sometimes with considerable color variations.

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Acer saccharum 'Green Mountain'

Acer saccharum 'Green Mountain'

Common Name: Green Mountain Sugar Maple

The tree is strong, and if trained properly will not succumb to wind or ice. In the fall the leaves give an excellent show of yellow, orange and red leaves all on the same tree. This is also the same tree that maple syrup is collected from. So as long as the soil and full sun conditions are met, this will be a solid performer in landscapes and parks.  

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Acer spicatum

Acer spicatum

Common Name: Mountain Maple

Acer spicatum is a deciduous Tree growing to 10 m (32ft 10in). It is hardy to zone 2. It is in flower in May, and the seeds ripen in August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.

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Acer triflorum

Acer triflorum

Common Name: Three-Flowered Maple

Greenish-yellow flowers appear in April in clusters of three, hence the species and common names. As with most maples, the flowers are not showy. Fruit is a samara (1-1.25" long). Similar in appearance and habit to paperbark maple, Acer griseum.

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Acer x 'Crimson Sunset'

Acer x 'Crimson Sunset'

Common Name: Crimson Sunset Maple

Thanks to the Acer truncatum parentage, it flourishes in the summer heat where few purple leafed plants will grow.

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Acer x freemanii 'Jeffersred'

Acer x freemanii 'Jeffersred'

Common Name: Autumn Blaze Maple

A hardy, reliable, fast growing shade tree with upright branching and a well balanced, broadly oval head. The new spring leaves are tinted red then become a rich green throughout the summer. Deeply lobed leaves turn a brilliant orange-red to brilliant red in the fall. The fall color holds longer than most other trees.

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Acer x freemanii 'Sienna Glen'

Acer x freemanii 'Sienna Glen'

Common Name: Sienna Glen Maple

Excellent orange red fall color. This tree will make a great addition to any landscape.  Use as a specimen or accent tree.  Excellent choice for a street tree or park setting. Acer freemanii ‘Sienna’ grows best in Full Sun.  It will grow 40-50′ tall with a spread of 30-35′.  Plant in zones 3 to 9.

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Achillea 'Coronation Gold'

Achillea 'Coronation Gold'

Common Name: Yarrow Coronation Gold

The golden flowers and fernlike spice-scented lacy-leafed foliage add color, texture and fragrance to a landscape. Numerous tiny flowers form dense 3-4" flower clusters from May to October.

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Achillea 'Pink Grapefruit'

Achillea 'Pink Grapefruit'

Common Name: Pink Grapefruit Yarrow

Plants are compact and bushy, with very uniform blooming over a long season. This selection has clusters of flowers that begin dusty rose-pink, aging to a soft creamy pink. 

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Achillea hybrid 'Terra Cotta'

Achillea hybrid 'Terra Cotta'

Common Name: Terra Cotta Yarrow

Green leaves are deeply-cut, fern-like and aromatic when crushed. Good cut or dried flower. Tolerant of heat and humidity, but flower color may fade in extended, hot summer weather.

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Achillea millefolium 'Saucy Seduction'

Achillea millefolium 'Saucy Seduction'

Common Name: Yarrow

This intensely colored selection produces a bouquet of flowers that open intense fuchsia pink, then lighten to medium pink.  New flowers are produced all summer long, providing an array of cheerful pink color over an extended period of bloom.

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Achillea millefolium 'Summer Pastels'

Achillea millefolium 'Summer Pastels'

Common Name: Summer Pastels Yarrow

Yarrows make a great addition to any perennial garden, and the Achillea Summer Pastels is truly one of the most exciting varieties to be added to the Yarrow family. Summer Pastels Achillea blooms from June through September with varying flower colors ranging from pink, rose, orange-red, purple, gray, salmon and mauve. 

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Achillea millefolium 'Sunny Seduction'

Achillea millefolium 'Sunny Seduction'

Common Name: Sunny Seduction Yarrow

Excellent for cutting. Nice in the border and for massed planting. Deadheading faded blooms should encourage more buds to form.

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Achillea ptarmica 'Angel's Breath'

Achillea ptarmica 'Angel's Breath'

Common Name: Double Yarrow Angel's Breath

Likes well drained soils. . Remove spent flowers to promote continous blooming.

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Achillea sibirica ssp. camtschatica 'Love Parade'

Achillea sibirica ssp. camtschatica 'Love Parade'

Common Name: Love Parade Siberian Yarrow

Likes well drained soils. . Remove spent flowers to promote continous blooming. Narrow, saw-toothed, leathery, dark green, lance-shaped leaves (to 4" long) are both attractive and unusual for the Achillea genus. Flowers bloom June to September in large umbels atop stems. 'Love Parade' is a cultivar that features soft pink flowers with pale yellow stamens.   

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Aconitum anthora

Aconitum anthora

Common Name: Yellow Monkshood

The foliage and stems contain diterpenoid alkaloids. It has been used externally against rheumatism and deep pain, but it can irritate the skin. Internally, it has been used for weak pulse, vegetable poisons, feverish colds, pneumonia, croup, heart conditions, and cardiac arrest. Normally blooms in July-Sept.

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Aconitum cammarum 'Blue Lagoon'

Aconitum cammarum 'Blue Lagoon'

Common Name: Blue Lagoon Monkshood

Short and very compact, dark green foliage forms dense mounds with excellent branching habit, bright blue flowers bloom lower on stalks unlike other Aconitums for superb color display, best Aconitum for pots

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Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii'

Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii'

Common Name: Azure Monkshood

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Aconitum fischeri

Aconitum fischeri

Common Name: Fischers Monkshood

An excellent addition to the border, wooded garden or for naturalizing. The flowers are long lasting once cut and arranged.

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Aconitum hemsleyanum 'Red Wine'

Aconitum hemsleyanum 'Red Wine'

Common Name: Red Wine Monkshood

Dark wine-red hooded flowers bloom in August-September.

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Aconitum henryi 'Sparks Variety'

Aconitum henryi 'Sparks Variety'

Common Name: Sparks Variety Monkshood

Aconitum 'Spark's Variety' is an upright monkshood to 4ft in height, with deeply divided, glossy dark green leaves and branching spikes of hooded, deep violet-blue flowers.

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Aconitum napellus

Aconitum napellus

Common Name: Monkshood

Blooms mid summer with helmet shaped flowers. Foliage is glossy dark green on loosely branched stems. Leaves with 5-7 toothed lobes. Good for use as cut flowers. Prefers a moist cool soil.

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Aconitum napellus 'Album'

Aconitum napellus 'Album'

Common Name: White Monkshood

Blooms mid summer with helmet shaped flowers. Foliage is glossy dark green on loosely branched stems. Leaves with 5-7 toothed lobes. Good for use as cut flowers. Prefers a moist cool soil.Pure white flowers upright growing habit. Shiny darl green foliage.

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Acorus calamus 'Variegatus'

Acorus calamus 'Variegatus'

Common Name: Variegated Sweet Flag

Long, up to 1 inch wide leaves stand tall to display their striking variegation of bright green and creamy yellow. When crushed, they emit a delicious tangerine scent. This grass is simply stunning and is sure to catch your eye. It is especially beautiful when backlit by the early morning or late afternoon sun.

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Actea pachypoda 'Silver Leaf'

Actea pachypoda 'Silver Leaf'

Common Name: Silver Leaf Doll's Eyes

There are historical accounts of use in medicinal teas, Baneberry plants are poisonous; all parts may cause gastrointestinal inflammation or skin blisters.

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Actindia kolomikta 'September Sun'

Actindia kolomikta 'September Sun'

Common Name: September Sun Hardy Kiwi

Bears fruit at an early age (2-3years) with a male pollinator.

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Aesculus parviflora

Aesculus parviflora

Common Name: Bottlebrush Buckeye

 It is a dense, mounded, suckering, deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub which typically grows 6-12' tall. Features palmate green leaves (5-7 leaflets) and erect, showy, cylindrical panicles (to 12" long) of tubular white flowers with conspicuous red anthers and pinkish filaments

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Aesculus pavia 'Biltmore Strain'

Aesculus pavia 'Biltmore Strain'

Common Name: Red Buckeye

 It typically grows 10-20’ tall. Showy, erect, 4-10” long panicles of red to orange-red, narrow-tubular flowers appear in spring. Palmately compound, shiny, dark green leaves are attractive in spring and early summer, 

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Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'

Ajuga reptans 'Black Scallop'

Common Name: Dark-Leaf Carpet Bugleweed

With beautiful dark, glossy foliage, ‘Black Scallop’ is so dark it appears almost black; this plant would be a great addition to a black-themed garden.

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Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip'

Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip'

Common Name: Chocolate Chip Ajuga

‘Valfredda’, commonly sold under the trade name of CHOCOLATE CHIP, is a bugleweed cultivar that is most noted for its extremely dwarf habit and its chocolate foliage.

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Alcea filicifolia 'Happy Lights'

Alcea filicifolia 'Happy Lights'

Common Name: Happy LightsHollyhock

Most impressive in the garden as tall border plants or for background planting. They bloom from mid summer to frost and the long stems make for excellent cut flowers. Very easy to grow from seed, this reliable perennial is extremely hardy and will flourish in full sun and rich soil.

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Alcea rosea 'Blacknight'

Alcea rosea 'Blacknight'

Common Name: Blacknight Hollyhock

This selection features tall spikes of large, old-fashioned single flowers in purple-black with a yellow eye over a low mound of foliage. Flowers appearing the first season. Cut plants back to 8 inches after blooming

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Alcea rosea 'Mars Magic'

Alcea rosea 'Mars Magic'

Common Name: Mars Magic Hollyhock

These giant flowerstems(up to 6') sport numerous blooms crowded together -- when fully open, they are a solid wall of soft color! Of course, like all Hollyhocks the buds open from the bottom of the plant upwards, giving you weeks of fresh flowers! Full sun and rich, well-worked, moist soil. Staking required.

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Alcea rosea 'Polarstar'

Alcea rosea 'Polarstar'

Common Name: Polarstar Hollyhock

These giant flowerstems(up to 6') sport numerous blooms crowded together -- when fully open, they are a solid wall of soft color! Of course, like all Hollyhocks the buds open from the bottom of the plant upwards, giving you weeks of fresh flowers! Full sun and rich, well-worked, moist soil. Staking required.

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Alcea rosea 'Radiant Rose'

Alcea rosea 'Radiant Rose'

Common Name: Radiant Rose Hollyhock

Rose pink, single flowers are produced on tall, sturdy stalks in midsummer.

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Alcea rosea 'simplex'

Alcea rosea 'simplex'

Common Name: Hollyhock

The striking flowers held on sturdy, tall spikes give an impressive appearance in the garden. Round, lobed dark green leaves have serrated edges. Standing 60 inches tall and spread 18 inches wide in upright growth habit. For best flowering, place this plant in direct heat of sunlight.election features tall spikes of large, old-fashioned single flowers in purple-black with a yellow eye over a low mound of foliage. Flowers appearing the first season. Cut plants back to 8 inches after blooming

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Alcea rosea 'Sunshine'

Alcea rosea 'Sunshine'

Common Name: Sunshine Hollyhock

These giant flowerstems(up to 6') sport numerous blooms crowded together -- when fully open, they are a solid wall of soft color! Of course, like all Hollyhocks the buds open from the bottom of the plant upwards, giving you weeks of fresh flowers! Full sun and rich, well-worked, moist soil. Staking required.

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Alcea rosea x siberica 'Summer Memories'

Alcea rosea x siberica 'Summer Memories'

Common Name: Summer Memories Hollyhock

'Summer Memories Mix' tends to be more resistant to leaf rust than most hollyhocks. The 7-lobed foliage stays fairly clean and healthy throughout the season.Full sun and rich, well-worked, moist soil. Staking required.

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Alcea rugosa

Alcea rugosa

Common Name: Russian Hollyhock

These giant flowerstems(up to 6') sport numerous blooms crowded together -- when fully open, they are a solid wall of soft color! Of course, like all Hollyhocks the buds open from the bottom of the plant upwards, giving you weeks of fresh flowers! Full sun and rich, well-worked, moist soil. Staking required.

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Alchemilla alpina

Alchemilla alpina

Common Name: Creeping Lady's Mantle

 Short sprays of chartreuse-yellow flowers appear in early summer. Also attractive in tubs or mixed containers. An easy and reliable plant that requires little attention. Part shade or full sun; well drained. Makes a lovely groundcover.

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Alchemilla erythropoda

Alchemilla erythropoda

Common Name: Dwarf Lady's Mantle

Part shade or full sun; well drained. Makes a lovely groundcover

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Alchemilla mollis

Alchemilla mollis

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

Tiny, apetulous, star-shaped, greenish yellow flowers appear in loose, spreading clusters (compound cymes) atop stems rising above the foliage to 12-18" in late spring to early summer.

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Alchemilla mollis 'Auslese'

Alchemilla mollis 'Auslese'

Common Name: Auslese Lady's Mantle

Green to bright chartreuse flowers appear in clusters above scalloped, grey-green foliage late spring through summer.

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Alchemilla sericata 'Gold Strike'

Alchemilla sericata 'Gold Strike'

Common Name: Gold Strike Lady's Mantle

Low-growing ground cover. Chartreuse flowers bloom late spring to early summer and are often used as filler in bouquets. Tolerates full sun to full shade and prefers moist areas.

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Alchemilla xanthochlora (vulgaris)

Alchemilla xanthochlora (vulgaris)

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

Lady’s Mantle is an excellent astringent and emmenagogue. Its astringent actions can help stopping both internal and external bleeding. The plant is also very useful for women suffering from heavy menstrual bleeding, menstrual cramps and menopausal symptoms. It can relieve the pain, regulate the menstrual cycle, and can help in treatment of fibroids and endometriosis.

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Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa'

Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa'

Common Name: Ozawa Ornamental Onion

Bulbous perennial which grows in a tuft to 9-12" tall. It features thin, round, grass-like, hollow green leaves which remain attractive throughout the growing season

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Alyssum saxatile 'Compactum'

Alyssum saxatile 'Compactum'

Common Name: Golddust

Does best in dry, rocky soil and prefers to full sun to light shade.  Blooms: Mid Spring to mid Summer.  Drought tolerant. 

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Amelanchier alnifolia

Amelanchier alnifolia

Common Name: Saskatoon

Berries may be eaten fresh off the plant or used in jams, jellies and pies. Finely-toothed, oval-rounded leaves are pale to dark green. Foliage turns variable shades of yellow in autumn. The species is commonly called Saskatoon serviceberry or western serviceberry, and some species cultivars have been grown commercially for fruit production.

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Amelanchier canadensis

Amelanchier canadensis

Common Name: Shad, Serviceberry

Clusters of pretty white flowers adorn the branches in spring and the green leaves turn a brilliant red, orange and yellow in autumn before falling, giving the tree briefly the appearance of a 'rainbow'.

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Amelanchier canadensis 'Glenform'

Amelanchier canadensis 'Glenform'

Common Name: Rainbow Pillar Shad

Clusters of pretty white flowers adorn the branches in spring and the green leaves turn a brilliant red, orange and yellow in autumn before falling, giving the tree briefly the appearance of a 'rainbow', hence its name. 

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Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Cole's Select'

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Cole's Select'

Common Name: Cole's Select Shad

Good for use as a background shrub or a specimen small tree. The thick, glossy foliage turns orange and red in fall.

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Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Forest Prince'

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Forest Prince'

Common Name: Forest Prince Shad

Good for use as a background shrub or a specimen small tree. The thick, glossy foliage turns orange and red in fall.

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Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Princess Diana'

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Princess Diana'

Common Name: Princess Diana Shad

Good for use as a background shrub or a specimen small tree. The thick, glossy foliage turns orange and red in fall. All serviceberries make great jam.

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Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Ice'

Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Ice'

Common Name: Blue Ice Bluestar

The bright green, compact, slowly spreading foliage forms the perfect background for the delightful blossoms and then turns a rich shade of yellow in fall.  Amsonia adds a billowy, finely textured element to the landscape.  It grows into a dense mass, much like a small shrub.

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Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Storm Cloud'

Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Storm Cloud'

Common Name: Storm Cloud Bluestar

Although the main interest of this plant is in spring, it maintains a great garden presence throughout the summer and fall. Its wide, mounded habit lends itself well to be used in place of shrubs in the landscape. Younger plants will have more of a vase-like habit, but make sure to give this plant some space for when it reaches its mature size. This easy care, heat and humidity tolerant, deer resistant perennial is an excellent choice for gardeners looking for low maintenance or native perennials. 

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Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

Common Name: Honrine Jobert Japanese Anemone

A staple item for late summer and fall borders, Japanese Anenomes are graceful plants with beautiful, satiny flowers borne on tall stems above a clump of shorter basal foliage. Watching them sway in the breeze brings a feeling of calm and peace to the garden.

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Anemone 'September Charm'

Anemone 'September Charm'

Common Name: Anemone

Silvery pink flowers (2-3” diameter) with darker rose shadings and yellow center stamens appear on long, wiry-but-graceful, branching stems over an attractive foliage mound of usually trifoliate, dark green, basal leaves

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Anemone multifida 'Rubra'

Anemone multifida 'Rubra'

Common Name: Annabella Deep Pink

 Excellent ground cover for partially shaded areas as the dense foliage tends to prevent other plants from growing. Spreads by underground rhizomes

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Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Common Name: Wood Anemone

A. nemorosa are woodland plants which require a cool root run, for light woodland with plenty of leaf mould incorporated into the soil. They should be planted horizontally just below ground level. Flowers appear from early March to mid April. Clumps may be divided every 3-4 years to encourage best growth

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Anemone sylvestris

Anemone sylvestris

Common Name: Anemone

Flowers give way to white, woolly seed heads. Repeat bloom may occur in the cooler weather of early autumn. Snowdrop anemone is a rhizomatous plant that forms spreading patches.

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Anemone tomentosa 'Robustissima'

Anemone tomentosa 'Robustissima'

Common Name: Anemone-Grape Leaf

Opening its blooms just as the summer flowers are passing, and remaining colorful well into fall, 'Robustissima' is a splendid addition to any sunny to partly shaded spot, adding interesting texture and form from early spring until frost

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Anemonella thalictroides

Anemonella thalictroides

Common Name: Rue Anemone

This is also one of the first plants to bloom in the Spring. With it's delicate Anemone-like foliage and its long lasting white blooms, its perfect for the semi-shady rock garden or the wild shade gardenit will reseed around to form a colony very quickly..  

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Anemonopsis macrophylla

Anemonopsis macrophylla

Common Name: False Anemone

The nodding, waxy, lavender to pink flowers begin to appear in the beginning of August and can often last until September. The long, dark stems remain upright and hold the 1½- inch cup-shaped flowers that open in loose racemes. Anemonopsis macrophylla often falls under the “love at firstsight” category. 

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Angelica gigas

Angelica gigas

Common Name: Giant Angelica

Decorative foliage and fascinating flowers. Onion-sized flowering buds open to large hemispherical, dark, reddish-purple colored flowers. Decorative foliage. Lush, tropical-looking, reseeds in the garden for long term use. A striking architectural plant either alone or in small groups. Gold Medal prize winner at Plantarium in Boskoop, Holland, 1993.

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Anthemis tinctoria 'Alba'

Anthemis tinctoria 'Alba'

Common Name: White Margaurite

Attractive lacy, scented foliage. Full sun, does well in poor dry soils. Some blooming if started early, but most plants bloom the second year. Good growth rate and easy.

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Anthemis tinctoria 'Charme'

Anthemis tinctoria 'Charme'

Common Name: Charme Golden Marguerite

The finely cut, feathery foliage forms a tight, symmetrical mound that is beautiful even when the plant is not in bloom.

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Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'

Anthemis tinctoria 'Kelwayi'

Common Name: Kelwayi Golden Marguerite

The finely cut, feathery foliage forms a symmetrical mound that is beautiful even when the plant is not in bloom.

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Apple (Malus) 'Baldwin'

Apple (Malus) 'Baldwin'

Common Name: Baldwin Apple

The Baldwin is a bright red winter apple, above medium in size or large, and very good in quality when grown under favorable conditions. It stands handling well because of its firm texture and thick skin. It is a favorite market variety because of its desirable season, good size, attractive red color and good quality. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Beacon'

Apple (Malus) 'Beacon'

Common Name: Beacon Apple

The Beacon is a hardy, heavy bearing tree, with the fruit having a short storage life. It is a good apple for eating fresh or cooking. It ripens mid to late August

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Apple (Malus) 'Black Twig'

Apple (Malus) 'Black Twig'

Common Name: Black Twig Apple

Fruit large to medium with green to yellow skin, flushed red. Flesh yellow, very firm. The ultimate in a tart apple. Tannic juice adds kick to sweet or hard cider.

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Apple (Malus) 'Calville Rouge d'automne'

Apple (Malus) 'Calville Rouge d'automne'

Common Name: Calville Rouge Apple

Sweet, slight strawberry or vinous flavor; tender, juicy flesh. Good fresh and for baked apples, keeps its form with a smooth creamy texture.

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Apple (Malus) 'Candycrisp'

Apple (Malus) 'Candycrisp'

Common Name: Candycrisp Apple

Sweet, juicy taste. Thought to be a descendant of Red Delicious, this annual bearer sports large fruit and a clean, sweet flavor.

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Apple (Malus) 'Cortland'

Apple (Malus) 'Cortland'

Common Name: Cortland Apple

Vigorous, long-lived tree is annually productive and starts bearing early

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Apple (Malus) 'Cox Orange Pippin'

Apple (Malus) 'Cox Orange Pippin'

Common Name: Cox Orange Pippin Apple

Flavor is enhanced when fruit ripens off the tree. A heavy bearer and one of the best apples for espalier. It is the range and complexity of flavours which makes Cox's Orange Pippin so appealing to enthusiasts of the "English" style of apple. This is a variety for the connoisseur, who can delight in the appreciation of the remarkable range of subtle flavours - pear, melon, freshly-squeezed Florida orange juice, and mango are all evident in a good example. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Empire'

Apple (Malus) 'Empire'

Common Name: Empire Apple

Can be biennial in its bearing tendancies.

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Apple (Malus) 'Enterprise PP'

Apple (Malus) 'Enterprise PP'

Common Name: Enterprise Apple

 The flesh is fine-grained, pale yellow to cream colored, firm and crisp.  The fruit is round to moderately elongated with a bright, glossy finish and moderately thick skin.

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Apple (Malus) 'Fireside'

Apple (Malus) 'Fireside'

Common Name: Fireside Apple

 The crisp, juicy flesh is sweet, making this an excellent eating apple; but it is also good for baking, canning and freezing. Long-keeping and flavorful, these apples can usually be harvested in October.

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Apple (Malus) 'Freedom'

Apple (Malus) 'Freedom'

Common Name: Freedom Apple

Grow with 'Liberty' to give you a "spray-free" orchard. Almost immune to aple scab.

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Apple (Malus) 'Gala'

Apple (Malus) 'Gala'

Common Name: Gala Apple

Very heavy bearer. #2 ranked apple on the US Apple Associations list of most popular apples.

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Apple (Malus) 'Gibson Golden'

Apple (Malus) 'Gibson Golden'

Common Name: Gibson Golden Apple

The tree is vigorous, productive and easy to handle. Like standard Golden, the fruit is sweet and juicy and of excellent type.

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Apple (Malus) 'Golden Russet'

Apple (Malus) 'Golden Russet'

Common Name: Golden Russet Apple

Golden Russet is usually considered to have the best flavor of all American russet apples. It is an exceptionally versatile apple and was grown in New England on a commercial basis in the 19th century. Today it retains a keen following for the excellent quality of its juice, which is used for cider and hard cider production.

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Apple (Malus) 'GoldRush'

Apple (Malus) 'GoldRush'

Common Name: GoldRush Apple

The skin of a goldrush apple is greenish-yellow with occasional bronze to red blush at harvest (which turns to solid deep yellow in storage).

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Apple (Malus) 'GrandGala'

Apple (Malus) 'GrandGala'

Common Name: GrandGala Apple

The weight of Grand Gala’s fruit is approximately one and a half times its parent.

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Apple (Malus) 'Gravenstein'

Apple (Malus) 'Gravenstein'

Common Name: Gravenstein Apple

The Gravenstein apple has a tart flavor. It is picked in July and August and is heavily used as a cooking apple, especially for apple sauce and apple cider. It does not keep well, so it is available only in season.

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Apple (Malus) 'Grimes Golden'

Apple (Malus) 'Grimes Golden'

Common Name: Grimes Golden Apple

Grimes Golden in one of the relatively select group of apples that is self-fruitful. Superior dessert quality apple...especially pies. Good for juices and cider.

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Apple (Malus) 'Haralson'

Apple (Malus) 'Haralson'

Common Name: Haralson Apple

Prone to biennial bearing. Keeps well, will store until March. Fine winter hardy variety.

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Apple (Malus) 'Honeycrisp'

Apple (Malus) 'Honeycrisp'

Common Name: Honeycrisp Apple

Has become an excellent variety for the home orchardist.  Honeycrisp fruit is characterized by an exceptionally crisp and juicy texture. Its flesh is cream colored and coarse. The flavor is sub-acid and ranges from mild and well-balanced to strongly aromatic, depending on the degree of maturity. It has consistently ranked as one of the highest quality apples in the University of Minnesota sensory evaluations.

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Apple (Malus) 'Honeygold'

Apple (Malus) 'Honeygold'

Common Name: Honeygold Apple

Medium storage life.  It is reported to be able to withstand -50 degreesF with little winter damage. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Ida Red'

Apple (Malus) 'Ida Red'

Common Name: Ida Red Apple

Idared is an excellent apple that is quite like Jonathan in flavor, but its flesh is crisp and white. It stores well and is one of the most dependable producers of large fruit. Blooms early, but ripens late. Excellent keeper, improves in storage.

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Apple (Malus) 'Lautz'

Apple (Malus) 'Lautz'

Common Name: Haralred Apple

Fireblight resistant. Great for the Northern United States and Canada. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Liberty'

Apple (Malus) 'Liberty'

Common Name: Liberty Apple

Keeps well into February. Does not require fungicide sprays. Does very well without spraying. It is a good dependable choice for any backyard orchard because it is highly productive and resistant to all the major apple diseases.

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Apple (Malus) 'Lodi'

Apple (Malus) 'Lodi'

Common Name: Lodi Apple

An attractive yellow early-season apple with a sharp flavor, best used for cooking.

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Apple (Malus) 'Macoun'

Apple (Malus) 'Macoun'

Common Name: Macoun Apple

Good for eating.When ripe, it has a deep purple or almost "black" hue, a quality reminiscent of one of it's parents, 'Jersey Black'.  The Macoun has a short stem, which allows it to be "pushed" off the branch as the fruit reaches maturity. Fruit tends to drop when ripe.

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Apple (Malus) 'McIntosh'

Apple (Malus) 'McIntosh'

Common Name: McIntosh Apple

A classic apple that was discovered by John McIntosh in Ontario.  Plant with another variety for cross pollination.

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Apple (Malus) 'Minnewashta'

Apple (Malus) 'Minnewashta'

Common Name: Zestar! Apple

Ripens in August/September. Requires pollinator.  Has a much longer storage life than any other early apples. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking.

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Apple (Malus) 'MN 447'

Apple (Malus) 'MN 447'

Common Name: Frostbite Apple

Great for cider or cooking. Intense sweet flavor. Extremely cold hardy, it is an excellent variety for cold, northern regions.

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Apple (Malus) 'Mutsu'

Apple (Malus) 'Mutsu'

Common Name: Mutsu Apple

All purpose apple and a favorite with the kids. Resistant to frost injury.

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Apple (Malus) 'Norland'

Apple (Malus) 'Norland'

Common Name: Norland Apple

 Very hardy. Keeps about 16 weeks in cold storage. Fruit must be picked before full maturity for storage or use.

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Apple (Malus) 'Northern Spy'

Apple (Malus) 'Northern Spy'

Common Name: Northern Spy Apple

Flesh yellow to white, rather firm, very tender, crisp, juicy, slightly sweet and mildly acidic. Stores well. Good for pies or eating out of hand.

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Apple (Malus) 'Northwest Greening'

Apple (Malus) 'Northwest Greening'

Common Name: Northwest Greening Apple

Good for keeping. Best when cooked into sauce or made into pies as it does not rate high for fresh eating.

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Apple (Malus) 'Orleans Reinette'

Apple (Malus) 'Orleans Reinette'

Common Name: Orleans Reinette Apple

Very juicy flesh with a taste first of sweet oranges followed by a nutty flavor. Round, flattened, greenish-yellow skin with some cinnamon russet in most cases wrapped around firm, creamy white, fine-textured flesh. Orleans Reinette is one of the best.

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Apple (Malus) 'Pound Sweet'

Apple (Malus) 'Pound Sweet'

Common Name: Pound Sweet Apple

The yellow flesh is firm and crisp with a sweet flavor. Suitable for baking, frying, preserving or dessert. Often used for apple butter making. Sometimes, this variety was also stewed with quince. It is highly productive, but bears biennially, and the fruit ripens unevenly and tends to watercore. It ripens in September.

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Apple (Malus) 'Pristine PP#9981'

Apple (Malus) 'Pristine PP#9981'

Common Name: Pristine Apple

One of the earliest of our scab resistant offerings, ripening just after Lodi. The tree is vigorous and considered very scab resistant, but somewhat susceptible to fire blight.

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Apple (Malus) 'Red Duchess'

Apple (Malus) 'Red Duchess'

Common Name: Red Duchess Apple

Abundant fruit. Annual bearer.

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Apple (Malus) 'Red McIntosh'

Apple (Malus) 'Red McIntosh'

Common Name: Red McIntosh Apple

A classic apple that was discovered by John McIntosh in Ontario.  Plant with another variety for cross pollination.

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Apple (Malus) 'Red Prairie Spy'

Apple (Malus) 'Red Prairie Spy'

Common Name: Red Prairie Spy Apple

It has large fruit that are red over a yellow background. Red Prairie Spy is a long-term storage apple and very productive. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Redfree'

Apple (Malus) 'Redfree'

Common Name: Redfree Apple

Without a doubt, one of the best-eating early apples. Redfree features red Jonathan-type coloring, with firm flesh and good texture.

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Apple (Malus) 'Ribston Pippin'

Apple (Malus) 'Ribston Pippin'

Common Name: Ribston Pippin Apple

By Victorian times Ribston Pippin was very popular as a late fall apple, and the Victorian fruit enthusiast Robert Hogg reported that it was in "greatest perfection during November and December".

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Apple (Malus) 'Roxbury Russet'

Apple (Malus) 'Roxbury Russet'

Common Name: Roxbury Russet Apple

It’s the oldest American apple still being grown today. Excellent old cider apple, a keeper and good for eating fresh. Large greenish, sometimes bronze tinged skin almost covered with yellowish-brown russet.

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Apple (Malus) 'Royal Gala'

Apple (Malus) 'Royal Gala'

Common Name: Royal Gala Apple

 They are also considered to be a very soft eating apple due to their lack of crispiness, well-suited for denture wearers.

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Apple (Malus) 'Scarlet Sentinel'

Apple (Malus) 'Scarlet Sentinel'

Common Name: Scarlet Sentinel Apple

These fruit store through February. Grown for its vertical shape.  Good multi-purpose apple.

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Apple (Malus) 'September Wonfer Fuji'

Apple (Malus) 'September Wonfer Fuji'

Common Name: September Wonder Fuji Apple

Its main characteristic is the lovely pink speckled flush over a yellow-green background. It is also crisp and juicy, with dull white flesh which snaps cleanly. The flavor is predominantly sweet, very refreshing (especially if slightly chilled)

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Apple (Malus) 'Sheepnose'

Apple (Malus) 'Sheepnose'

Common Name: Sheepnose Apple

Reminiscent of Spitzenburg, rich and sweet, with a relatively dry flesh. Hangs well on tree.

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Apple (Malus) 'Smokehouse'

Apple (Malus) 'Smokehouse'

Common Name: Smokehouse Apple

Besides its excellent eating qualities, Smokehouse is a fine cooking and baking apple. The apple has greenish-yellow skin covered with shades and stripes of red. Flesh is yellowish, crisp and firm with a pleasing spicy flavor. Ripens September or later depending on the locale.

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Apple (Malus) 'Snapp Stayman'

Apple (Malus) 'Snapp Stayman'

Common Name: Snapp Stayman Apple

Snapp(TM) Stayman is a bright red Apple with super crispy, yellow flesh that offers a flavor that can only be described as heavenly especially for those who like a tart Apple. Absolutely one of the best Apples for baking, ciders and sauce.

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Apple (Malus) 'SnappyMac'

Apple (Malus) 'SnappyMac'

Common Name: SnappyMac Apple

Harvest in September...keep till January.

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Apple (Malus) 'Snow Famuse'

Apple (Malus) 'Snow Famuse'

Common Name: Snow Famuse Apple

One of the oldest and most desirable dessert apples, a parent of the aromatic McIntosh. Delicious fresh off the tree, in cider or in all sorts of culinary ways.

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Apple (Malus) 'Spartan'

Apple (Malus) 'Spartan'

Common Name: Spartan Apple

Medium in size and round in shape the skin of the Spartan apple varies from bright red to dark purple red depending upon how long it is allowed to ripen on the tree. Its crisp white flesh is aromatic and exceptionally juicy with a balanced sweet tart apple flavor. An excellent keeper, the Spartan apple becomes slightly sweeter in cold storage 

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Apple (Malus) 'Spitzenburg'

Apple (Malus) 'Spitzenburg'

Common Name: Spitzenburg Apple

Unexcelled in flavor or quality...good off the tree but improves in storage.

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Apple (Malus) 'Summer Rambo'

Apple (Malus) 'Summer Rambo'

Common Name: Summer Rambo Apple

Displays some resistance to scab and fireblight. Great as an earlier apple variety. One of the first apples grown in early America.— perfect for juice and cider. Also excellent for fresh eating and makes an unforgettable sauce. Antique variety, originates France, circa 16th century. Cold-hardy. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Summer Red'

Apple (Malus) 'Summer Red'

Common Name: Summer Red Apple

Good for cooking & good for keeping, these red speckled, early-season, med-large apples are firm & rich in flavor; strong upright-growing tree

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Apple (Malus) 'Sweet 16'

Apple (Malus) 'Sweet 16'

Common Name: Sweet 16 Apple

Sweet Sixteen's flesh, coarse-grained and dripping with juice, is a light apricot yellow. Its flavors are mild, generally sweet with a little tempering tartness.

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Apple (Malus) 'Twenty Ounce'

Apple (Malus) 'Twenty Ounce'

Common Name: Twenty Ounce Apple

A premier cooking apple and excellent for desserts...over 100 yrs as being one of the best dessert apples

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Apple (Malus) 'Va Linn'

Apple (Malus) 'Va Linn'

Common Name: La Crescent Apple

Early season variety is crisp, juicy and moderately sweet. Good choice for pick-your-own orchards as they can be picked over a long period of time. Short storage life.

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Apple (Malus) 'Washington Strawberry'

Apple (Malus) 'Washington Strawberry'

Common Name: Washington Strawberry Apple

A large apple, roundish with a yellowish-green base washed or striped with bright red. Soft, juicy, creamy flesh. Flavor is sweet and spritely with a hint of strawberry. Aromatic. An old variety excellent for all uses from eating to baking to cooking.

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Apple (Malus) 'Wealthy'

Apple (Malus) 'Wealthy'

Common Name: Wealthy Apple

Flesh is sprightly, vinous, distinctive flavor with a hint of strawberry. Small compact tree bears heavily, is very hardy and low chill. Blooms profusely over a long period, making it an excellent pollinator.

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Apple (Malus) 'Westfield Seek-No-Further'

Apple (Malus) 'Westfield Seek-No-Further'

Common Name: Westfield Seek-No-Further Apple

Creamy yellow, firm, medium-grained, crisp flesh rich, complex and distinct flavor. Excellent for dessert, cider, or eaten fresh.

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Apple (Malus) 'Wildung PP19,946'

Apple (Malus) 'Wildung PP19,946'

Common Name: SnowSweet Apple

"SAVOR THE SWEET"™  The fruit's snowy white flesh is very slow to oxidize and turn brown after cutting. SnowSweet® can be sliced for snacking or cut for salads well in advance and dishes maintain an appetizing appearance.

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Apple (Malus) 'Winecrisp'

Apple (Malus) 'Winecrisp'

Common Name: Winecrisp Apple

A late season crop, it will store up to 9 months in cold storage. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Winsap'

Apple (Malus) 'Winsap'

Common Name: Winsap Apple

Tart, tangy, and very firm, Winesap is primarily used for baking and cooking. Winesap apples pair well with wine and cheese. Winesap Apples store very well.

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Apple (Malus) 'Winter Banana'

Apple (Malus) 'Winter Banana'

Common Name: Winter Banana Apple

 Good quality. Better eating than cooking. Flesh moderately firm, a little coarse, tender, mild, subacid, characteristically aromatic.

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Apple (Malus) 'Wodarz'

Apple (Malus) 'Wodarz'

Common Name: Wodarz Apple

 From North Dakota. Considered to be one of the hardier apples, Wodarz has an uneven shape and yellow to green skin with a pink blush ripening in late September to early October. Flesh is white, firm and sweet. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Wolf River'

Apple (Malus) 'Wolf River'

Common Name: Apple Wolf River

Primarily used as a cooking apple. Color is pale red to green with carmine-red blushes and stripes

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Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Newtown Pippin'

Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Newtown Pippin'

Common Name: Yellow Newtown Pippin Apple

It is a medium to large apple, greenish-yellow in color with hints of pink at the stem end. The yellowish flesh is firm, crisp, and very aromatic. A good storage apple ripening in October and keeping into February or later.

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Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Transparent'

Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Transparent'

Common Name: Yellow Transparent Apple

Yellow Transparent is just about the earliest summer apple. It is medium-large with transluscent pale yellow skin. Some say it makes the best sauces because of its crisp, very sweet juicy, white flesh that is very light and texture, but it is also wonderful in pies.

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Apple (Malus) 'York Imperial'

Apple (Malus) 'York Imperial'

Common Name: York Imperial Apple

 A medium to large-size apple, it is known for its odd shape, off-white flesh, crisp, firm texture, and its juiciness. You also can recognize a York Imperial apple by its color, which ranges from a yellowish-green with a light red blush and yellow stripes to almost fully red with reddish-brown at the top or bottom. This old-fashioned apple is still grown on farms and orchards across Pennsylvania and the continental United States.

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Apricot (Prunus) 'Moongold'

Apricot (Prunus) 'Moongold'

Common Name: Moongold Apricot

Apricots are firm and sweet with delightful flavor. The freestone fruits make delicious preserves. The Moongold is unsurpassed for eating out of hand. Tree is free from disease and vigorous.

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Apricot (Prunus) 'Scout'

Apricot (Prunus) 'Scout'

Common Name: Scout Apricot

Blooms early May. Although 'Scout' is technically self-fruitful, it produces more fruit with a pollinator. Hardy to -40°F

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Apricot (Prunus) 'Sungold'

Apricot (Prunus) 'Sungold'

Common Name: Sungold Apricot

Sungold's fruit is nearly round with thin tender skin; flesh is clear orange, tender juicy, mild, and sweet. Freestone, a real taste treat for eating out of hand or tasty preserves. The tree grows more upright than Moongold

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Aquilegia 'Blue Barlow'

Aquilegia 'Blue Barlow'

Common Name: Blue Barlow Columbine

Lovely in the shade garden, the delicate grey-green foliage mound grows to 18” across. This variety was bred especially for cut flower production and is especially long lasting in a vase.

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Aquilegia 'Bluebird'

Aquilegia 'Bluebird'

Common Name: Bluebird Columbine

Free-flowering, medium-compact plants have eye-catching, 1.5 to 3.5-in blooms in true, light blue/white in late Spring and early Summer.

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Aquilegia 'Goldfinch'

Aquilegia 'Goldfinch'

Common Name: Goldfinch Columbine

Hybridized for its compact habit and large, long-spurred flowers. Most flowers tend to face skyward rather than downward facing. Good as cuts.

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Aquilegia 'Robin'

Aquilegia 'Robin'

Common Name: Robin Columbine

Free-flowering, medium-compact plants have eye-catching, 1.5 to 3.5-in blooms in true, light blue/white in late Spring and early Summer.

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Aquilegia canadensis 'Goldfinch'

Aquilegia canadensis 'Goldfinch'

Common Name: Wild Coumbine

A fantastic source of early nectar. Beautiful when combined with Hostas. This is a good choice for shade gardens, woodland gardens, rock gardens and naturalized areas.

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Aquilegia flabellata 'var. Pumila'

Aquilegia flabellata 'var. Pumila'

Common Name: Dwarf Blue Columbine

It is extremely hardy & can be grown even so far north as USDA zone two, or three to eight more certainly. Not terribly heat hardy, it won't tolerate full sun in zone nine, but does prefer full sun in the north.

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Arabis caucasica 'Variegata'

Arabis caucasica 'Variegata'

Common Name: Variegated Rock Cress

Variegated Wall Cress is a dense herbaceous evergreen perennial with a ground-hugging habit of growth. Its relatively fine texture sets it apart from other garden plants with less refined foliage.

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Aralia cordata 'Sun King'

Aralia cordata 'Sun King'

Common Name: Sun King Aralia

Clumps are topped with 2' tall spikes of tiny white flowers followed by ornamental black fruit.  Like most Aralias, the flowers attract honeybees. 

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Arisaema consanguineum

Arisaema consanguineum

Common Name: Himalayan Cobra Lily

 

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Arisaema dracontium

Arisaema dracontium

Common Name: Green Dragon

Early spring-flowering plant of eastern North America resembling therelated jack-in-the-pulpit but having digitate leaves, slender greenishyellow spathe and elongated spadix. The unusual green dragon has an arc of long leaflets on top of its stem.

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Arisaema triphyllum

Arisaema triphyllum

Common Name: Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Our three leaved native "Jack In The Pulpit" provides 3 seasons of interest in the shade garden as its early Spring blooming, unique flowers turn into striking heads of red berries in the fall.

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Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima'

Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima'

Common Name: Red Chokeberry

Brilliantissima Red Chokeberry is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with an upright spreading habit of growth. Its average texture blends into the landscape, but can be balanced by one or two finer or coarser trees or shrubs for an effective composition.

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Aronia melanocarpa 'Morton'

Aronia melanocarpa 'Morton'

Common Name: Iroquois Beauty Black Chokeberry

‘Morton’ is a somewhat more compact cultivar that typically grows to 2-3’ tall and to 4-5’ wide. It was selected by the Morton Arboretum (hence the cultivar name) and introduced by Chicagoland Grows. 

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Aronia x 'Brilliantissima'

Aronia x 'Brilliantissima'

Common Name: Viking Chokeberry

Developed in Eastern Europe for commercial fruit production and can be used to make jams, jellies and many other fruit products. Berries are high in vitamins and antioxidants.

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Aronia x prunifolia 'Professor Ed'

Aronia x prunifolia 'Professor Ed'

Common Name: Professor Ed Black Chokeberry

Fruits ripen in late summer and persist throughout fall and well into winter. Obovate to elliptic, dark green leaves (to 3” long) are grayish-green and hairy beneath. Foliage turns wine red in autumn. Common name of chokeberry is in reference to the tart and bitter berries which are technically edible but so astringent as to cause choking in those who try.

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Artemisia stelleriana 'Morris Strain'

Artemisia stelleriana 'Morris Strain'

Common Name: Morris Strain Dusty Miller

The plant has a compact growth pattern that seldom needs pruning except to keep the foliage contained or remove dead and diseased stems. It can be cut back in spring or sheared during the summer if needed, new foliage will flush out quickly. In late summer the flowers on small felty stems blend in perfectly with the foliage...  the plants are deer and rabbit resistant.

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Aruncus 'Horatio'

Aruncus 'Horatio'

Common Name: Horatio Goatsbeard

Its flowers are arranged in long thin flower spikes and these start tuning brown along their length so that an interesting two tone effect develops that looks attractive rather than detracting from the plants elegance.

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Aruncus aethusofolius 'Noble Spirits'

Aruncus aethusofolius 'Noble Spirits'

Common Name: Noble Spirits Goatsbeard

Fernlike leaves in a neat, dense, rounded shape topped with many Astilbe-like white spikes. Flowering from May to July.

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Aruncus dioicus

Aruncus dioicus

Common Name: Goats Beard

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Aruncus x 'Misty Lace'

Aruncus x 'Misty Lace'

Common Name: Misty Lace Goatsbeard

This superb goatsbeard got its start as a seedling in the garden of Richard Simon of Maryland's former Bluemount Nursery. Aruncus 'Misty Lace' is a perfect size for the smaller garden

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Asarum arifolium

Asarum arifolium

Common Name: Arrow-leaf Ginger

The arrowhead-shaped, anise-scented leaves are shiny dark green, highlighted with silver veining. - See more at: http://www.plantdelights.com/Asarum-arifolium-for-sale/Buy-Arrow-leaf-Wild-Ginger/#sthash.8al2PRBK.dpuf

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Asarum canadense

Asarum canadense

Common Name: Wild Ginger

This excellent ground cover plant keeps its foliage throughout the season and does not go dormant, making it a good species to plant with spring ephemerals that do go dormant. 

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Asarum europeaus

Asarum europeaus

Common Name: European Wild Ginger

It offers the perfect setting for the bright spring blooms of Dicentra and Tiarella. Plants are evergreen where winters are not too harsh.

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Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'

Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'

Common Name: Ice Ballet Swamp Milkweed

tems exude a toxic milky sap when cut. Flowers are followed by attractive seed pods (to 4" long) which split open when ripe releasing silky-haired seeds easily carried by the wind. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies as a nectar source.

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Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

Common Name: Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed

Green pods full of seeds with silky white hairs follow the flowers. This is an essential plant if you want to attract a variety of butterflies to your property, especially monarchs.

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Asparagus officinalis 'Jersey Knight'

Asparagus officinalis 'Jersey Knight'

Common Name: Jersey Knight Asparagus

One of the New Jersey asparagus hybrids, Jersey Knight is extremely vigorous, has large, succulent spears, and quickly attracts a loyal following. The flavor is excellent

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Asparagus officinalis 'Jersey Supreme'

Asparagus officinalis 'Jersey Supreme'

Common Name: Jersey Supreme Asparagus

This hybrid is best adapted to light to medium sandy soils. Supreme has demonstrated very good rust resistance and selected for its tolerance to fusarium.

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Asparagus officinalis 'Millenneum'

Asparagus officinalis 'Millenneum'

Common Name: Millenneum Asparagus

Millennium asparagus, developed by Prof. David Wolyn, Univ. of Guelph, Canada, has become a major contributor to the Ontario asparagus industry.  Named "Seed of the Year" in 2005 at the Royal Winter Fair in toronto.   Millennium has been productive, with high quality spears, tender, and has good flavor

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Asparagus officinalis 'Pacific Purple'

Asparagus officinalis 'Pacific Purple'

Common Name: Pacific Purple Asparagus

As Pacific Purple produces especially large-sized spears, we recommend planting the crowns 8 inches apart rather than at the usual 12 inch spacing. This practice will produce more normal-sized diameter spears. 

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Asparagus officinalis 'Purple Passion'

Asparagus officinalis 'Purple Passion'

Common Name: Purple Passion Asparagus

talks turn green when cooked. Cold hardy and heat-tolerant. Harvest from early April through mid May. Self-pollinating. 

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Aster 'Lilac Blue'

Aster 'Lilac Blue'

Common Name: Lilac Blue Kickin Aster

Their habit is superb, forming a very full, bushy, relatively short mound of finely textured green foliage.  From late summer through mid-fall, every inch of the foliage is completely covered in flowers, creating a huge splash of color that is so needed in the garden late in the season. 

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Aster ageratoides 'Ezo Marasaki'

Aster ageratoides 'Ezo Marasaki'

Common Name: Ezo Marasaki Aster

A very late season aster with rich purple daisies with a greenish-yellow button center. This will add interest and extend the late-season herbaceous show from late August-Oct. The buds and flowers are frost tolerant. Moderately spreading. 

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Aster dumosus 'Wood's Blue'

Aster dumosus 'Wood's Blue'

Common Name: Wood's Blue Aster

Bred for compact habit, long bloom period and heavy flowering, all of the Wood's Asters are outstanding pot crops and should be used far more often as a sturdy perennial alternative for mums.

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Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'

Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'

Common Name: Purple Dome Aster

A naturally compact form with deep purple flowers in August and September.  

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Aster novae-angliae 'September Ruby'

Aster novae-angliae 'September Ruby'

Common Name: September Ruby Aster

Robust semi-woody, upright clumps that flower from late summer into fall are eye-catching for the back of your border garden. 

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Aster oblongifolius 'Raydon's Favorite'

Aster oblongifolius 'Raydon's Favorite'

Common Name: Oblong-leaf Aster

With late richly colored flowers, distinguished by sunlit yellow eyes and fine-textured single rays, and a no-fuss, orderly nature, it proves indispensable in the fall border

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Astilbe arendsii 'Bridal Veil'

Astilbe arendsii 'Bridal Veil'

Common Name: Bridal Veil Astilbe

The classic white astilbe. Lacy white panicles gently droop at the tips, lending a frothy look to the clump.  Blooms in early summer.  Deep green, glossy foliage

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Astilbe arendsii 'Flamingo'

Astilbe arendsii 'Flamingo'

Common Name: Flamingo False Spirea

Flamingo’ never needs staking, easily melds mauves and blues, and holds our interest into winter when its bushy blooms impart rich brown tones.

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Astilbe chinensis 'Mighty Pip'

Astilbe chinensis 'Mighty Pip'

Common Name: Mighty Pip Astilbe

Astilbe 'Mighty Pip' is a vigorous 4' tall grower, topped in late spring/early summer with branched spikes of light pink flowers...quite stunning and quite noticeable in the garden.

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Astilbe chinensis 'Milk and Honey'

Astilbe chinensis 'Milk and Honey'

Common Name: Milk and Honey Astilbe

Looks spectacular when planted en-mass. The foliage is bushy and has a silvery shade when it just appears in spring. This variety has better resistance against drought (compared to other Astilbes), but should still not dry out.

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Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila'

Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila'

Common Name: Dwarf Chinese Astilbe

Lilac plumes over deep green foliage from July to August. Great used as ground cover, or in foreground. Spreads well.

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Astilbe chinensis 'Purpurkerze'

Astilbe chinensis 'Purpurkerze'

Common Name: Tall Purple Chinese Astilbe

Astilbes are mainstays of shade and woodland gardens. They are clump-forming perennials which feature graceful, fern-like mounds of mostly basal, 2-3 ternately compound leaves, usually with sharply-toothed leaflets, and tiny flowers densely packed into erect to arching, plume-like flower panicles rising above the foliage on slender, upright stems. 

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Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in Pink'

Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in Pink'

Common Name: Vision in Pink Astilbe

This recent midsize selection features showy, soft-pink plumes, over a compact mound of elegant, lacy blue-green leaves. Also thrives in tubs, or mixed containers. Excellent for cutting. 

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Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in White'

Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in White'

Common Name: Vision in White Astilbe

Vision in White’ is a robust growing selection which produces loads of large, creamy white, triangular plumes in midsummer. Though the foliage is full and robust like others in the Visions series, it is not as coarsely textured.  Rather, the green leaves are smooth and glossy.  Foliage and flower combine in an elegantly refined display in the landscape.

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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Key West'

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Key West'

Common Name: Key West False Spirea

Displays dark burgundy foliage with shimmering carmine-red flowers. Key West produces twice as many flowers than other types of Astilbes. Will make an excellent potted plant. It is short, compact with strong stems and lots of buds.

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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Sprite'

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Sprite'

Common Name: Sprite False Spirea

Drooping panicles of shell-pink flowers on arching stems typically rising 12-18” tall in late spring. 1994 PPA Plant of the Year award.

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Astilbe x 'Chocolate Shogun'

Astilbe x 'Chocolate Shogun'

Common Name: Chocolate Shogun Astilbe

Bred by Nagasaki Teruhisa of Aomori, Japan. Prefers light shade but can tolerate sun as long as soil is kept reasonably moist. Won a Silver Medal at the 2013 Plantarium, a prestigious Dutch trade show for hardy nursery stock.  

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Astilbe x 'Delft Lace'

Astilbe x 'Delft Lace'

Common Name: Delft Lace Astilbe

Red stems carry panicles of deep salmon red buds which open to soft apricot pink flowers in early summer. Deep red seed panicles extend the season of interest through summer.

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Astilbe x 'Mighty Red Quin'

Astilbe x 'Mighty Red Quin'

Common Name: Mighty Red Quin Astilbe

Showy Tall , Upright Red Flower Spikes On Dark Green, Bronze Edged Foliage. Strong Grower, Will Re-Bloom If Plants Are Cut Back.

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Astilbe x arendsii 'Look at Me'

Astilbe x arendsii 'Look at Me'

Common Name: Look at Me Astilbe

This selection has large, fragrant, bubble-gum pink plumes on red stems over a compact mound of elegant, lacy green leaves. Declared the best new plant at Plantarium 2013. Also thrives in tubs, or mixed containers. Fertilize in April and June. Excellent for cutting

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Astilbe x arendsii 'Peach Blossom'

Astilbe x arendsii 'Peach Blossom'

Common Name: Peach Blossom Astilbe

Essential for partially shaded borders. Requires cool, evenly moist soil to perform. Shade or part shade, full sun in far north with adequate moisture.

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Astilbe x arendsii 'Radius'

Astilbe x arendsii 'Radius'

Common Name: Radius Astilbe

Leafy, burgundy red scapes carry triangular plumes of burgundy red buds which open to bright red flowers in early to midsummer.

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Astilbe x arendsii 'Red Charm'

Astilbe x arendsii 'Red Charm'

Common Name: Red Charm Astilbe

Spikes of graceful plumes, mostly erect but on some types arching. Flowers are effective in dried arrangements. Prefers a rich and moist soil in a shady location.Arching beautiful red flower plumes. Tall stems, very showy variety.

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Astilbe x crispa 'Lilliput'

Astilbe x crispa 'Lilliput'

Common Name: Lilliput Astilbe

Part sun to bright shade in consistently moist to wet humus rich soils; long lived, adaptable, deer and rabbit resistant. USDA Z4-9

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Astilbe x crispa 'Perkeo'

Astilbe x crispa 'Perkeo'

Common Name: Perkeo Astilbe

Enduring drier soil in shady spots and nearly full sun in cool summer regions, ‘Perkeo’ can enrich the front lines of a border, a shady rock garden or patio container.

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Astrantia major 'Abbey Road'

Astrantia major 'Abbey Road'

Common Name: Abbey Road Masterwort

clusters of dark wine red flowers bloom on tall purple stems, outer bracts are deep maroon red and flowers open with a lighter center, a vigorous grower with deep green foliage, a bit more compact but very free-flowering

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Astrantia major 'Hadspen Blood'

Astrantia major 'Hadspen Blood'

Common Name: Hadspen Blood Masterwort

Esteemed for the glorious borders she created at Hadspen House, Nori Pope introduced this sought-after richly hued beauty. Blooms mid-June–September.

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Astrantia major 'Red Joyce'

Astrantia major 'Red Joyce'

Common Name: Red Joyce Masterwort

A tough and robust clump-forming perennial which has coarsely toothed basal leaves. From June to August dark-red pincushion flowerheads are borne.

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Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'

Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'

Common Name: Ruby Wedding Masterwort

The leaves are deeply lobed and mid green. This old cottage garden favourite has been enjoying a resurgence of interest in recent years, as it works equally well in contemporary style plantings. Use towards the front of a sunny, yet moist border, where the intense flower colour can be fully appreciated. 

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Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars Pink'

Astrantia major 'Sparkling Stars Pink'

Common Name: Sparkling Stars Pink Masterwort

It is excellent as both a dried and cut flower. It will thrive in bright sunny spots, but also in a shaded area of your garden. The blooms will appear from June to August in moist, fertile soil.

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Astrantia major 'Star of Beauty'

Astrantia major 'Star of Beauty'

Common Name: Star of Beauty Masterwort

Star of Beauty' is an upright, umbelliferous, stoloniferous, clump-forming masterwort that typically grows to 24-30” tall. Pincushion-like umbels of white and purple flowers are subtended by showy ruffs of papery, petal-like, two-toned bracts with white centers and grayish-purple tips. Bracts usually remain attractive well after bloom. 

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Astrantia major 'Star of Billions'

Astrantia major 'Star of Billions'

Common Name: Star of Billions Masterwort

forms large clusters of white flowers with greenish tips, floriferous with long-lasting flowers, vigorous grower

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Astrantia major 'Star of Fire'

Astrantia major 'Star of Fire'

Common Name: Star of Fire Masterwort

Wonderful woodland plant prefering moist, shady areas rich in organic matter. Excellent for the shady perennial border or for naturalizing along a stream. Plants bloom early to late summer on tall stems with rounded buttonhead flowers cupped with colorful star-shaped bracts. Astrantia are excellent cut flowers.

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Astrantia major 'Star of Magic'

Astrantia major 'Star of Magic'

Common Name: Star of Magic Masterwort

Wonderful woodland plant prefering moist, shady areas rich in organic matter. Excellent for the shady perennial border or for naturalizing along a stream. Plants bloom early to late summer on tall stems with rounded buttonhead flowers cupped with colorful star-shaped bracts. Astrantia are excellent cut flowers.

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Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated'

Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegated'

Common Name: Variegated Great Masterwort

This is an umbelliferous, stoloniferous, clump-forming perennial that typically grows to 24” (less frequently to 30”) tall. Each flower is a domed umbel of pinkish-white florets subtended by a showy ruff of papery, petal-like, green, pink and white involucral bracts.

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Athyrium niponicum 'Picta'

Athyrium niponicum 'Picta'

Common Name: Japanese Painted Fern

Terrific for edging the shade border, in the rock garden, on in mixed containers. Deciduous. Leaves may be trimmed to the ground in late fall or early spring.

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Athyrium niponicum (goeringianum) 'Pictum'

Athyrium niponicum (goeringianum) 'Pictum'

Common Name: Japanese Painted Fern

Japanese Painted Fern, is a colorful deciduous fern that is native to China, Japan, and Korea. 

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Azalea schlippenbachii

Azalea schlippenbachii

Common Name: Royal Azalea

Royal azalea also has distinctive foliage. The large, broad-obovate leaves are arranged alternately, but they are crowded together at branch tips, giving a whorled appearance. Foliage color is medium green during the summer... also a standout in the autumn garden when its leaves turn striking shades of yellow, orange, and red.

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Azalea x 'Gibralter'

Azalea x 'Gibralter'

Common Name: Gibralter Azalea

Bright orange flowers adorn this slow growing, deciduous hybrid.  It can take upwards of 10 years for it to reach 5' high.  It is definitely worth the wait as it's crepe paper-like blooms are a blast of deep orange color, highlighted with a yellow splash to boot. 

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Azalea x 'Lemon Drop'

Azalea x 'Lemon Drop'

Common Name: Lemon Drop Azalea

Deciduous. Summer flowering. Vigorous growing with stiff upright branches topped with peach buds and pale yellow flowers in mid July. The blossoms have a slight lemony fragrance and hold up well in hot sun, often for 2 weeks or more. Foliage is small, curled downward and has a dusty blue-green color in summer.

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Azalea x 'Lemon Lights'

Azalea x 'Lemon Lights'

Common Name: Lemon Lights Hardy Azalea

The trumpet-shaped blooms are pale yellow with a darker yellow blotch, very showy and tightly packed into big rounded trusses. Sweet-scented, they fill the mid-spring garden with the promise of another glorious growing season. As they mature, the slender mid-green foliage begins to fill in, quickly becoming quite lush and dense. After the spring blooms, 'Lemon Lights' remains green and beautiful through summer, then turns purple in autumn before dropping its leaves for winter. This second season of beauty sets 'Lemon Lights' apart from many Rhodies, adding to its appeal. But the major draw of this lovely interspecific hybrid is its cold hardiness. Bud-hardy to temperatures of -30 to -45 degrees F, it is suitable for all climates in zone 4.

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Azalea x 'Lollipop'

Azalea x 'Lollipop'

Common Name: Lollipop Summer Azalea

One of a series of brilliant summer-blooming Azaleas introduced by fine plantsman Mezitt, this deciduous shrub reaches just 4-5' feet high but spreads 5 feet wide, superbly resistant to mildew and free of most pests and diseases. Even in warm climates, it flowers well into summer

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Azalea x 'Manderin Lights'

Azalea x 'Manderin Lights'

Common Name: Manderin Lights Azalea

Mandarin Lights Azalea is bathed in stunning clusters of lightly-scented tomato-orange trumpet-shaped flowers with a orange flare at the ends of the branches in mid spring before the leaves. It has green foliage throughout the season. 

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Azalea x 'Northern Hi-Lights'

Azalea x 'Northern Hi-Lights'

Common Name: Northern Hi-Lights Hardy Azalea

 Its leaves have some resistance to mildew and turn red and burgundy in fall. D

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Azalea x 'Northern Lights'

Azalea x 'Northern Lights'

Common Name: Northern Lights Hardy Azalea

This is an individual clonal selection made from the 'Northern Lights' seed strain introduced by Harold Pellett of Minnesota. It was selected for vigor and heavy flowering. Uniform growth habit.

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Azalea x 'Pink and Sweet'

Azalea x 'Pink and Sweet'

Common Name: Pink and Sweet Summer Azalea

Pink flowers with lighter pink-and-yellow eyes mature to silvery pink on this lovely deciduous shrub. A rich, spicy fragrance and dark green foliage, that turns purple red in fall, are great assets in the garden.

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Azalea x 'Ribbon Candy'

Azalea x 'Ribbon Candy'

Common Name: Ribbon Candy Summer Azalea

Deciduous. Summer flowering. Upright growing. Pink flowers with distinctive white stripes and a sharp spicy-peppery fragrance, late June. 

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Azalea x 'Rosy Lights'

Azalea x 'Rosy Lights'

Common Name: Rosy Lights Hardy Azalea

A spectacular display of dark rosy-pink, fragrant flowers is produced late May to early June.

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Azalea x 'Tr-iLights'

Azalea x 'Tr-iLights'

Common Name: Tri-Lights Hardy Azalea

Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. An University of Minnesota introduction developed to withstand extreme cold. Flower bud hardy to -30F.

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Azalea x 'White Lights'

Azalea x 'White Lights'

Common Name: White Lights Hardy Azalea

Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. An University of Minnesota introduction developed to withstand extreme cold. Flower bud hardy to -30F.

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Baptisia 'Cherries Jubilee'

Baptisia 'Cherries Jubilee'

Common Name: Cherries Jubilee Baptisia

Well-branched stems form a bushy, upright spreading mound of foliage that is relatively short for Baptisia.  It is a good candidate for the middle of the flower border.  Ornamental seed pods extend the season of interest into fall. Baptisia is easy to grow and will thrive with little maintenance.  There are many potential applications in the landscape including meadow plantings, as a backdrop in borders, or as a specimen.  Plants are very long-lived once established.

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Baptisia 'Lemon Meringue'

Baptisia 'Lemon Meringue'

Common Name: Lemon Meringue Baptisia

Just 3 feet high and 2½ to 3 feet wide, this neat perennial begins flowering in late spring in most climates, continuing into summer. The pea-like blooms are followed by showy seedpods that last into fall, adding another season of beauty to the display. Lush blue-green foliage keeps the entire plant attractive from spring until frost.

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Baptisia australis

Baptisia australis

Common Name: Blue False Indigo

Blooms in spring. Flowers give way to inflated seed pods (to 2.5" long) which turn charcoal black when ripe and have considerable ornamental interest. Seeds rattle around in the blackened pods which were once popularly used by children as rattles. Grows natively in rich woods, thickets and along streambanks from Pennsylvania south to North Carolina and Tennessee.

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Baptisia lactea

Baptisia lactea

Common Name: Wild White Indigo

Blooms in spring. Flowers give way to inflated seed pods (to 2.5" long) which turn charcoal black when ripe and have considerable ornamental interest. Seeds rattle around in the blackened pods which were once popularly used by children as rattles. 

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Baptisia x 'Carolina Moonlight'

Baptisia x 'Carolina Moonlight'

Common Name: Hybrid False Indigo

Flower spikes extending well above the foliage mound of clover-like, trifoliate, bluish-green leaves (leaflets to 2” long). On species plants, spent flowers give way to inflated seed pods (to 2.5” long) which turn charcoal black when ripe and have considerable ornamental interest.

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Baptisia x 'Lavender Stardust'

Baptisia x 'Lavender Stardust'

Common Name: Lavender Stardust False Indigo

Baptisia is easy to grow and will thrive with little maintenance.  There are many potential applications in the landscape including meadow plantings, as a backdrop in borders, or as a specimen.  Plants are very long-lived once established.

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Baptisia x 'Lunar Eclipse'

Baptisia x 'Lunar Eclipse'

Common Name: Lunar Eclipse False Indigo

From the Prairieblue™ Series, False Indigo provides an arresting presence in the garden. Blue-green foliage is topped with spires of lupine-like flowers in late spring. Baptisia is exceptionally long-lived so choose a good shrub-sized space and enjoy its carefree nature. - See more at: https://www.bluestoneperennials.com/BALE.html#sthash.jOlexGe4.dpuf

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Baptisia x varicolor 'Twilite Prairieblues'

Baptisia x varicolor 'Twilite Prairieblues'

Common Name: Blue Wild Indigo

This is a very large Baptisia creating a 4' x 5' clump and possibly growing larger, so give it plenty of room. It is one of the most vigorous Baptisia we've grown and it makes a very bold statement in the landscape

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Bergenia 'Bressingham Ruby'

Bergenia 'Bressingham Ruby'

Common Name: Bressingham Beauty Pigsqueak

Amidst a compact base of lustrous greenery, glistening deep rosy red Hyacinth-like blooms herald the spring

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Bergenia 'Pink Dragonfly'

Bergenia 'Pink Dragonfly'

Common Name: Pink Dragonfly Pigsqueek

Narrow leaves, with brilliant purple winter color, erupt in luscious bright pink flowers in proportion to its foliage on this petite beauty.

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Betula lenta

Betula lenta

Common Name: Sweet Birch, Spice Birch

A medium sized tree with a single straight trunk reaching up to 60 feet tall. The bark is reddish brown to black on young trees, later gray to nearly black; eventually breaking up into large, thin, irregular, scaly plates. Birch oil, or oil of wintergreen, used to flavor medicines and candy, was once obtained from the bark and wood of young trees. That wasteful process has been replaced by the manufacture of the same oil from wood alcohol and salicylic acid. The trees can be tapped like Sugar Maples in early spring and the fermented sap made into birch beer.

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Betula nigra 'Cully Improved'

Betula nigra 'Cully Improved'

Common Name: Improved Heritage Birch

This selection of river birch was originally found growing at the J. C. Raulston Arboretum. Differs from the original Heritage® with slightly morepyramidal form but less glossy foliage.

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Betula nigra 'Cully'

Betula nigra 'Cully'

Common Name: Heritage Birch

Multi-stemmed trees form a more irregular shaped crown, and are often considered the superior growth habit for this tree. This cultivar features salmon-cream to brownish bark which exfoliates to reveal a creamy white inner bark that can be nearly as white as the white-barked birches.

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Betula nigra 'Summer Cascade'

Betula nigra 'Summer Cascade'

Common Name: Sumer Cascade WeepingRiver Birch

Unusual weeping form of the native River Birch! Hardy and adaptable ornamental tree. Creamy white exfoliating bark. Glossy dark green leaves turn yellow in fall. Highly disease and pest resistant. 

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Betula papyrifera

Betula papyrifera

Common Name: Paper Birch, White Birch

Quality clear yellow fall color. Tiny monoecious flowers appear in early spring in separate catkins on the same tree: yellowish-brown male flowers in drooping catkins (to 4” long) and greenish female flowers in smaller, upright catkins (to 1 1/4” long).

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Brunnera macrophylla

Brunnera macrophylla

Common Name: Buglos

Tiny, forget-me-not-like flowers (light blue with yellow centers) in airy, branched paniculate cymes rise well above the foliage on slender stems to 15” tall in spring. True mounding habit.

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Emerald Mist'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Emerald Mist'

Common Name: Emerald Mist Buglos

Tiny, forget-me-not-like flowers (light blue with yellow centers) in airy, branched paniculate cymes rise well above the foliage on slender stems to 15” tall in spring. True mounding habit.

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream'

Common Name: Hadspen Cream Chinese Forget-me-not

Excellent for the woodland garden. Keep out of direct sun, as the white leaf edges will scorch easily. Plants may be divided carefully in early fall, but very small pieces have a tendency to revert to plain green

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

Common Name: Jack Frost Buglos

Small clusters of bright blue flowers that appear in earliest spring. It prefers acidic soil, but is generally not fussy about conditions, withstanding cold snaps admirably and tolerating soil of poor fertility. Space the plants 18 to 24 inches wide to give them space to show off their nicely rounded form.

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Looking Glass'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Looking Glass'

Common Name: Looking Glass Buglos

Tiny, forget-me-not-like flowers (light blue with yellow centers) in airy, branched paniculate cymes rise well above the foliage on slender stems to 15” tall in spring.

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Brunnera macrophylla 'Variegata'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Variegata'

Common Name: Variegated Chinese Forget-me-not

Unexpected splashy patterns of white surround the bold green foliage and add light to the shade garden.

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Buddleia davidii 'Windy Hill'

Buddleia davidii 'Windy Hill'

Common Name: Windy Hill Hardy Butterfly Bush

A wonderful form of butterfly bush selected for its improved stem hardiness. Has been grown successfully in sheltered locations in both Zone 4 and 5 gardens. Fragrant, dark purple flowers.

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Callirhoe involucrata

Callirhoe involucrata

Common Name: Wine Cups

Bright pink/lavender, poppy-like blossoms. Drought tolerant. Moderate self-seeds in optimum growing conditions.

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Callirhoe involucrata var. 'tenuissima'

Callirhoe involucrata var. 'tenuissima'

Common Name: Mexican Wine Cups

Bright pink/lavender, poppy-like blossoms. Drought tolerant. Moderate self-seeds in optimum growing conditions.

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Caltha palustris 'var. multiplex'

Caltha palustris 'var. multiplex'

Common Name: Double Marsh Marigold

This is one  big Marsh Marigold. Big rounded leaves makes a big dome of foliage with large double yellow flowers.

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Calycanthus x 'Hartlage Wine'

Calycanthus x 'Hartlage Wine'

Common Name: Hartlage Wine Sweetshrub

A superlative plant with fast-growing, 8-inch tall branches covered with large, glossy, green leaves and hundreds of 2-inch, liver-red flowers.

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Camassia scilloides

Camassia scilloides

Common Name: Atlantic camas

It has light blue-violet to white flowers begin to bloom from the bottom, progressing toward the top, of the spike-like raceme at the end of the plant’s central stalk.  Attractive to a number of insects seeking nectar and pollen, Camassia scilloides re-seeds itself and, though slow to establish, is fairly long-lived.

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Campanula carpatica 'Pearl Deep Blue'

Campanula carpatica 'Pearl Deep Blue'

Common Name: Pearl Deep Blue Harebell

This selection has flowers in a clear medium-blue shade. Will continue blooming for weeks if spent blossoms are regularly removed. Excellent choice for the rock garden, edging and in containers. Performs especially well in regions with cool nights during the summer.

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Campanula cochleariifolia 'Bavarian White'

Campanula cochleariifolia 'Bavarian White'

Common Name: White Fairy Thimble

The Fairy Thimble forms a low mat of tiny green leaves, bearing loads of tiny little dangling white bells in early summer. Delightful growing among rocks, on walls, and between paving stones. 

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Campanula latifolia var. macrantha 'Alba'

Campanula latifolia var. macrantha 'Alba'

Common Name: Wide Leaf Bellflower

This plant prefers loose, rich, well- drained, relatively nutrient-rich, even calcareous soils and loves sunny to semi-shady locations. It performs especially well in perennial beds, mixed borders and natural plantings as well as near shrubs. In good soil conditions it even grows under sparse treetops. However, it partially dies back in very dry summers.  

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Campanula periscifolia 'Takion Blue'

Campanula periscifolia 'Takion Blue'

Common Name: Takion Blue Peach-Leaved Bellflower

This F1 hybrid is genetically compact and PGRs are typically not needed to control the height.  Like most C. persicifolia varieties, this one also forms a basal mound of long, leathery, evergreen, dark green leaves.  

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Campanula poscharskyana 'Blue Waterfall'

Campanula poscharskyana 'Blue Waterfall'

Common Name: Blue Waterfall Bellflower

 lavender-blue flowers all summer, excellent for rock gardens where the fast growing plants form a wonderful cascading effect

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Caragana arborescens 'Pendula'

Caragana arborescens 'Pendula'

Common Name: Weeping Peashrub

This is a relatively low maintenance dwarf tree, and should not require much pruning, except when necessary, such as to remove dieback. It has no significant negative characteristics. Weeping Peashrub is ideal for use as a garden accent or patio feature.

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Caragana arborescens 'Walkeri'

Caragana arborescens 'Walkeri'

Common Name: Walkers Weeping Peashrub

This is a relatively low maintenance dwarf tree, and should not require much pruning, except when necessary, such as to remove dieback. It has no significant negative characteristics. Weeping Peashrub is ideal for use as a garden accent or patio feature.

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Carex appalachica

Carex appalachica

Common Name: Appalachica Sedge

The very narrow, weeping, mop-top looking, deer-resistant foliage makes an airy, 18" wide clump. Can be used singly or en masse.

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Carex eburnea

Carex eburnea

Common Name: Bristleleaf sedge

Petite colonies of 6-8 inch long soft, thread-like foliage takes on a spherical shape as inconspicuous whitish-green flower spikes appear in early spring.

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Carex laxiculmis

Carex laxiculmis

Common Name: Creeping Sedge

 It has dark green foliage.  It typically grows in a dense rounded clump to 12” tall with grassy leaves to 12-14” long and 1/2” wide.

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Castanea dentata

Castanea dentata

Common Name: American Chestnut

These plants are selected from plants grown from blight resistant seed.

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Castanea mollisima

Castanea mollisima

Common Name: Chinese Chestnut

The Chinese chestnut tree is a spreading, medium-sized tree with glossy dark leaves bearing large crops of nutritious nuts. Nuts are borne inside spiny burs that split open when nuts are ripe. Each bur contains one to three shiny, dark brown nuts. Nuts are baked or boiled to help remove the leathery shell and papery seed coat to reveal a creamy colored meat.

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Catalpa speciosa

Catalpa speciosa

Common Name: Northern Catalpa

Flowers can be a real showstopper. Bell-shaped, orchid-like white flowers (to 2” long) with purple and yellow inner spotting appear in panicles in late spring (late May to early June in St. Louis). Flowers give way to long slender green seedpods (12-22” long). The seedpods mature in fall to dark brown and then split open lengthwise to release the seeds within.

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Celastrus scandens 'American Revolution'

Celastrus scandens 'American Revolution'

Common Name: American Revolution Bittersweet

An exceptional vine for screening or garden detail, favored for its very showy orange to red fruit in fall; fruit is twice the size as the species and twice as abundant; good fall color; uniquely self-pollinating so only one plant is required

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Centaurea dealbata

Centaurea dealbata

Common Name: Knapweed

Blooms from late spring to early summer atop stems clad with small, entire, sessile, upper leaves. Each flower head has distinctive involucre bracts. Flowers are attractive to butterflies.

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Centaurea macrocephala

Centaurea macrocephala

Common Name: Star Thistle

Centaurea macrocephalais such a dramatic plant that you will need to work it into your design rather carefully, the strong and dramatic appearance can overwhelm fine, small plants.  It would be a superb plant to incorporate in a rock bolder garden or mixed border.  It is excellent for cut flowers or dried.  

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Centaurea montana

Centaurea montana

Common Name: Perennial Bachelor's Button

This species is a low, spreading one and it will self-seed prolifically if it is not deadheaded. However, it looks best when planted en mass where the blue flower display has the most visual impact.

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Centaurea pulcherrima

Centaurea pulcherrima

Common Name: Pink Bachelor.s Button

Flowers appear in late spring to early summer singly atop slender, unbranched, sparsely-leaved stems typically growing 12-16” tall. 

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Ceonothus americanus

Ceonothus americanus

Common Name: New Jersey Tea

Toothed, broad-ovate, medium to dark green leaves (to 4" long) are gray and hairy below. Young twigs are noticeably yellow and stand out in winter.  Thick, woody, red roots go deep and help plant withstand droughty conditions, but make established shrubs difficult to transplant.

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Cephalanthus occidentalis 'Sputnik'

Cephalanthus occidentalis 'Sputnik'

Common Name: Sputnik Buttonbush

A bottlebrush that truly looks as though it came from outer space and it has larger blooms over a longer season than the normal native of Oklahoma. Its nectar is very attractive to butterflies and bees while blooming mid to late summer.

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Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Morioka'

Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Morioka'

Common Name: Morioka Weeping Katsuratree

Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Morioka' is a top-grafted, weeping form that features an irregular cascading canopy of pendulous branches dipping toward the ground. It typically grows over time to as much as 15-25’ tall.

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Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Pendula'

Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Pendula'

Common Name: Weeping Katsuratree

Cercidiphyllum japonicum f. pendulum is a top-grafted, weeping form that features an irregular cascading canopy of pendulous branches dipping toward the ground. It typically grows over time to as much as 15-25’ tall.

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Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Rotfuchs'

Cercidiphyllum japonicum 'Rotfuchs'

Common Name: Red Fox Katsuratree

Although not aromatic, the fallen autumn leaves have been varyingly described as smelling of cinnamon, burnt sugar or ripe apples. Tiny flowers (red on male trees and green on female trees) appear in spring before the foliage but are not particularly showy. Pollinated flowers on female trees are followed by clusters of greenish pods (to 3/4” long).

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Cercis canadensis 'Appalachian Red'

Cercis canadensis 'Appalachian Red'

Common Name: Appalachian Red Redbud

The heart-shaped leaves turn buttery yellow in fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The rough dark brown bark is not particularly outstanding but it is very distinct in the late fall thru the spring.

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Cercis canadensis 'Minnesota Strain'

Cercis canadensis 'Minnesota Strain'

Common Name: Hardy Minn. Strain Redbud

Northern Strain Redbud has rose pea-like flowers along the branches from early to mid spring, which emerge from distinctive fuchsia flower buds before the leaves. It has forest green foliage which emerges burgundy in spring. The heart-shaped leaves turn buttery yellow in fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The rough dark brown bark is not particularly outstanding.

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Chaenomeles japonica

Chaenomeles japonica

Common Name: Japanese Flowering Quince

Flowers are followed by hard, greenish-yellow fruits (1.5” pomes that are commonly called quinces) which ripen in early autumn. Ripe quinces are fragrant. Quinces are edible, but usually are considered too bitter to be eaten directly from the shrub. Quinces are sometimes used to make preserves and jellies.

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Chaenomeles speciosa 'DOUBLE TAKE Scarlet Storm'

Chaenomeles speciosa 'DOUBLE TAKE Scarlet Storm'

Common Name: Scarlet Storm Flowering Quince

Scarlet Storm puts on a spectacular early spring display of large red, double flowers. The Double Take Quinces are more than just pretty spring flowers;

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Chaenomeles speciosa 'Orange Storm'

Chaenomeles speciosa 'Orange Storm'

Common Name: Orange Storm Flowering Quince

Good for cut flowers. Thornless and deer resistant, it does not produce fruit.

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Chaenomeles x superba 'Cameo'

Chaenomeles x superba 'Cameo'

Common Name: Cameo Pink Flowering Quince

Peach-pink double flowers (to 2” diameter) bloom, often in profusion, before the leaves fully unfold in an early spring bloom. Flowers are followed by hard, yellowish-green fruits (2.5” quinces) that may acquire red tinges as they mature in autumn. Quinces are edible, but usually are considered too bitter to be eaten directly from the shrub. Quinces are sometimes used in preserves and jellies.

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Chaenomeles x superba 'Jet Trail'

Chaenomeles x superba 'Jet Trail'

Common Name: Jet Trail White Flowering Quince

Flowers are followed by hard, yellowish-green fruits (quinces) which ripen in autumn. Although edible, quinces are too bitter to be eaten directly from the plant, but are sometimes used in preserves and jellies. Oval to oblong, glossy dark green leaves (to 3" long). No fall color.

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Chaenomeles x superba 'Texas Scarlet'

Chaenomeles x superba 'Texas Scarlet'

Common Name: Texas Scarlet Red Flowering Quince

Flowers are followed by hard, yellowish-green fruits (2.5” quinces) that may acquire red tinges as they mature in autumn. Quinces are edible, but usually are considered too bitter to be eaten directly from the shrub.

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Chaenomeles x superba 'Toyo -Nishiki'

Chaenomeles x superba 'Toyo -Nishiki'

Common Name: Toyo-Nishiki Flowering Quince

Commonly called flowering quince. It is a dense, broad-rounded, deciduous shrub with often-tangled, spiny, gray-brown twigs. It typically grows to 5-8’ tall and as wide.

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Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips'

Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips'

Common Name: Hot Lips Turtlehead

Chelone is a long-blooming perennial that thrives in moist woodland conditions. This variety has bronze-green foliage that turns a deeper green than the species, but is equally as showy. The upright, red stems provide additional interest throughout the season.

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Chelone lyonii 'Tiny Tortuga'

Chelone lyonii 'Tiny Tortuga'

Common Name: Tiny Tortuga Turtlehead

A tiny turtlehead with all the flower power of its taller brothers, this native cultivar features uniquely shaped, hot pink blooms atop lustrous dark green leaves with a bronzy sheen. Flowers reminiscent of turtles' mouths persist from mid-summer into fall, a favorite of butterflies but distasteful to deer. 

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Chelone obliqua

Chelone obliqua

Common Name: Turtlehead

Hooded, snapdragon-like, two-lipped, deep rose flowers appear in tight, spike-like terminal racemes from late summer into autumn. Flowers purportedly resemble turtle heads. Coarsely-toothed, lance-shaped, dark green leaves.

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Cherry(Prunus) 'Lapin'

Cherry(Prunus) 'Lapin'

Common Name: Lapin Cherry

Highly resistant to browning. Hardy to zone 4b and the southern regions of Zone 4.

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Cherry(Prunus) 'Montmorency'

Cherry(Prunus) 'Montmorency'

Common Name: Montmorency Pie Cherry

Flesh is clear and yellow in color. Montmorency cherries have proven over the years to be outstanding for cooking and pie-making.

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Cherry(Prunus) 'Suda Hardy'

Cherry(Prunus) 'Suda Hardy'

Common Name: Suda Hardy Pie Cherry

Reaches just 10' tall. Hardy to Zone 4. Self-pollinating.

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Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'Evans Bali'

Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'Evans Bali'

Common Name: Evans Bali Pie Cherry

Deep, dark red fruit 1" in diameter and excellent for baking and fresh eating. The fruit is much sweeter than other sour cherries. Extremely hardy buds.

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Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'Mesabi'

Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'Mesabi'

Common Name: Mesabi Pie Cherry

The fruits are showy cherry red drupes carried in abundance in mid summer, which are excellent for cooking and baking, making jams and jellies and wine-making.

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Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'Meteor'

Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'Meteor'

Common Name: Meteori Pie Cherry

It produces a nice, tart, juicy, meaty pie cherry that resembles Montmorency. It is extremely hardy. It blooms and ripens a week after after Montmorency.

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Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'North Star'

Cherry(Prunus) cerasus 'North Star'

Common Name: North Stari Pie Cherry

One of the parents of North Star is English Morello (noted for its extremely dark fruit).  This trait was passed on to North Star.  While many other tart cherry cultivars have a dark skin, the actual flesh of their fruit is light pink or yellow, which results in a poorly colored pie. 

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Chionanthus virginicus

Chionanthus virginicus

Common Name: Fringetree

Chionanthus virginicus is a deciduous Shrub growing to 5 m (16ft) by 3 m (9ft) at a fast rate.

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Chionanthus virginicus 'Spring Fleecing'

Chionanthus virginicus 'Spring Fleecing'

Common Name: SPring Fleecing Fringetree

Chionanthus virginicus is a deciduous Shrub growing to 5 m (16ft) by 3 m (9ft) at a fast rate.

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Chrysanthemum 'Overture'

Chrysanthemum 'Overture'

Common Name: Overture Hardy Mum

Deep russet red flowers with a gold button center provide an awesome splash of color at a time when ornamental grasses are at their peak. The flowers age to terra cotta later in the fall.

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Cimicifuga (Actea) racemosa

Cimicifuga (Actea) racemosa

Common Name: Black Cohosh

 The white candelabra-shaped flowers are fragrant, the attractive leaves are deep green, and the whole plant is generally deer/rabbit resistant.  Easy to maintain, Black Cohosh enjoys richer soils typical of woodlands but can tolerate periods of dryness.

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Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'Chocoholic'

Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'Chocoholic'

Common Name: Chocoholic Beauty Bugbane

This lovely native cultivar adds wonderful texture, color, and height to the shade garden. From late summer through early fall, fragrant bottlebrush flowers dance above the bronze purple foliage.  They are a rich mauve-pink color when they open and lighten to white as they age. Cimicifuga is a wonderfully lacy, airy backdrop in the garden.  It is especially attractive when combined with variegated or yellow foliage.

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Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'Hillside Black Beauty'

Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'Hillside Black Beauty'

Common Name: Hillside Black Beauty Bugbane

Though the young foliage tends to be green, it quickly deepens to an almost iridescent purple-black. In late summer, the 4'-7' tall stems are topped with foot-long, fragrant, white flowers blushed with pale pink.

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Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'James Compton'

Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'James Compton'

Common Name: James Compton Bugbane

Though the young leaves tend to be green, they quickly deepen to a dark purple-black if planted in some sun. In late summer, sweetly fragrant, white flowers tinged pink sway in the wind above the masses of foliage. 

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Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'Pink Spire'

Cimicifuga (Actea) ramosa 'Pink Spire'

Common Name: Pink Spire Bugbane

‘Pink Spire’ is a bugbane that grows to 2-4' tall and is noted for its bronze-purple foliage and late summer spikes of fragrant, pale pink flowers. The elongated, bottlebrush-like flower spikes are typically in bloom from late summer into fall atop dark upright stems rising above a clump of astilbe-like, ternately compound, deep bronze-purple leaves with serrated margins..

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Cimicifuga (Actea) simplex 'Black Negligee'

Cimicifuga (Actea) simplex 'Black Negligee'

Common Name: Black Negligee Bugbane

‘Black Negligee’ is a purple-leaved bugbane that typically grows to 4-5’ tall. It is perhaps best noted for its deeply-cut, dark purplish-black leaves on branched, dark stems. Foliage has a lacy effect, hence the cultivar name, and makes an effective accent throughout the growing season. 

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Cimicifuga japonica 'Cheju-Do'

Cimicifuga japonica 'Cheju-Do'

Common Name: Cheju Island Ligularia

This superior form came from Darrell Probst. It offers compact foliage and prolific flowering. In early spring, the foliage often emerges with a purple hue before turning green.

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Cladrastis kentukea (lutea)

Cladrastis kentukea (lutea)

Common Name: Yellowwood

Yellowwood is thought to be our best medium-sized ,native flowering tree. Its white, fragrant, pea-like flowers hang in 15-inch-long clusters in spring, and, in some years, the tree offers attractive yellow fall foliage.

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Claytonia virginica

Claytonia virginica

Common Name: Spring Beauty

Claytonia virginica is a low-growing spring ephemeral that features clusters of star-like, five-petaled, white to light pink flowers (to ¾” wide) with pink veins and pink anthers. Flowers bloom in April atop thin stems rising 4-6” tall at bloom time.

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Clematis columbiana 'var. tenuiloba'

Clematis columbiana 'var. tenuiloba'

Common Name: Rock Clematis

Native to N.W . America, Rocky Mts., growing in limestone barrens at alpine levels. Flowering March-April in cultivation.

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Clematis heracleifolia

Clematis heracleifolia

Common Name: Bush Clematis

This non-climbing clematis is a bushy plant that forms leafy mounds. Grow this in full sun and cool, moist soil that never dries out. A spring mulch will keep the root zone cool.

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Convillaria majalis 'Prolificans'

Convillaria majalis 'Prolificans'

Common Name: Lily-of-the-Valley

Sought-after, double-flowered form. Fragrant! White, waxy, bell-shaped flowers on arching stems. Upright, elliptic foliage plants are useful as groundcover.

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Convillaria majalis 'Rosea'

Convillaria majalis 'Rosea'

Common Name: Pink Lily-of-the-Valley

Sought-after, pink-flowered form. Fragrant! White, waxy, bell-shaped flowers on arching stems. Upright, elliptic foliage plants are useful as groundcover.

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Coreopsis grandiflora 'Tetra-Giants'

Coreopsis grandiflora 'Tetra-Giants'

Common Name: Tetra Giant Tickseed

The flowers last well into early autumn and give a last blast of colour in the shortening days. A good flower for cutting and drying.

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Coreopsis verticillata 'Sienna Sunset'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Sienna Sunset'

Common Name: Sienna Sunset Tickseed

Coreopsis is easy to grow, making it a good choice for beginners. One plant will provide you with long-lasting cut flower bouquets all summer long.

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Cornus alternifolia

Cornus alternifolia

Common Name: Pagoda Dogwood

White spring blossoms attract butterflies and it is a host plant for Spring Azure butterflies. Water and songbirds, grouse, pheasants, wild turkeys, squirrels and a host of other wildlife relish the late summer berries. As if that wasn’t enough, it has great fall color.

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Cornus amomum 'Indigo'

Cornus amomum 'Indigo'

Common Name: Indigo Silky Dogwood

‘Indigo’ can be distinguished from other blue-fruited species of dogwood by the dark-brown pith in one- and two-year-old stems. In other blue-fruited dogwoods, the pith is white.

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Cornus controversa 'June Snow'

Cornus controversa 'June Snow'

Common Name: June Snow Giant Dogwood

Fast growing and wide spreading, with branches developing a horizontally tiered appearance.

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Cornus controversa 'Variegata'

Cornus controversa 'Variegata'

Common Name: Variegated Giant Dogwood

The spreading, tiered branches along a central leader of this dogwood offer a remarkable waterfall effect of leaves with bold, creamy white margins

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Cornus kousa 'chinensis'

Cornus kousa 'chinensis'

Common Name: Chinese Dogwood

Peculiar pink fruits are also produced by Cornus kousa chinensis in the autumn. Planted in a sunny, or partially shady position this small flowering dogwood tree, growing to just 12' x 12' it will not fail to impress

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Cornus kousa 'Radiant Rose'

Cornus kousa 'Radiant Rose'

Common Name: Radiant Rose Chinese Dogwood

It has dark green foliage throughout the season. The large textured leaves turn a wonderful orange-red in the fall. Chinese dogwood cultivar. Zones 5-8 (marginal 4)

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Cornus kousa chinensis 'Satomi'

Cornus kousa chinensis 'Satomi'

Common Name: Satomi Chinese Dogwood

‘Satomi’ is an upright, spreading, pink-flowered cultivar that typically matures to 12-15' (less frequently to 20') tall. Mature form features attractive horizontal branching.

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Cornus mas 'Dripping Cherries'

Cornus mas 'Dripping Cherries'

Common Name: Dripping Cherries Cornelian Cherry

Beautiful selection of the Cornelian Cherry Dogwood with abundant cherry-like, large 1" red fruit in early fall.

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Cornus mas 'Flava'

Cornus mas 'Flava'

Common Name: Yellow Cornelian Cherry

Yellow fruit! Small tree produces copious numbers of bright yellow flowers in early spring, highly visible on the bare stems. In autumn, these develop into rich yellow-gold fruit, instead of the usual red.

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Cornus mas 'Redstone'

Cornus mas 'Redstone'

Common Name: Redstone Cornelian Cherry

Beautiful selection of the Cornelian Cherry Dogwood with abundant cherry-like, large 1" red fruit in early fall. Fall foliage is red. This cultivar of the native flowers more abundantly than the species.

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Cornus mas 'Variegata'

Cornus mas 'Variegata'

Common Name: Variegated Cornelian Cherry

Red fruit! Small tree produces copious numbers of bright yellow flowers in early spring, highly visible on the bare stems. In autumn, these develop into rich yellow-gold fruit, instead of the usual red.

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Cornus officinalis '(KLM FF) Spring Queen'

Cornus officinalis '(KLM FF) Spring Queen'

Common Name: Spring Queen Japanes Cornel Dogwood

Slightly more open and wider growing than Cornus mas.

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Cornus racemosa 'Emerald'

Cornus racemosa 'Emerald'

Common Name: Snow Lace Gray Dogwood

Snow Lace® Gray Dogwood's ability to spread makes it ideal for banks and slopes since it has a very dense form. It grows somewhat slower than is typical of the species, averaging six inches a year.

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Cornus sericea 'Allemans Compact'

Cornus sericea 'Allemans Compact'

Common Name: Allemans Compact Twig Dogwood

This dogwood is a suckering, colonizing deciduous shrub that grows 4' to 8' tall, and just about as wide. The branching is upright and spreading with most stems branching a little, except near the tip where the shape is rounded. Alleman's Compact Dogwood's leaves emerge yellow-green and mature to medium or dark green.

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Cornus sericea 'Baileline'

Cornus sericea 'Baileline'

Common Name: Firedance Dwarf Red-Twig Dogwood

White spring flowers are replaced with white berries attractive to birds. Red-purple fall color. Tolerant of wet conditions and suitable for rain gardens. 

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Cornus sericea 'Bergeson Compact'

Cornus sericea 'Bergeson Compact'

Common Name: Bergeson Compact Twig Dogwood

Great compact red twig dogwood.  Abundant small, cream colored flowers bloom in late winter to early spring.  Gorgeous burgundy fall color.  Great for naturalizing, screening, or as a specimen.  Prefers moist, wet and well-drained soil.  Prune immediately after flowering by cutting out 1/3 of branches to the ground. 

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Cornus sericea (stolonifera)

Cornus sericea (stolonifera)

Common Name: Red Twig Dogwood

Native from Newfoundland to Manitoba, south to the central U.S.  May be hardy to Zone 2. Use as a screen, in a shrub border, or in mass plantings.

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Cornus sericea (stolonifera) 'Baileyi'

Cornus sericea (stolonifera) 'Baileyi'

Common Name: Bailey Red Twig Dogwood

It is relatively salt tolerant. Cut the old wood back frequently to maintain the best winter color.

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Cornus stolonifera 'Avalon Gold'

Cornus stolonifera 'Avalon Gold'

Common Name: Avalon Gold Red Twig Dogwood

A distinctive golden-yellow leaved dogwood.

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Cornus stolonifera 'KLM RR'

Cornus stolonifera 'KLM RR'

Common Name: Erika the Blonde Red Twig Dogwood

Nice golden yellow spring and summer foliage with bright red stems in winter.

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Cornus stolonifera 'KLMfourteen'

Cornus stolonifera 'KLMfourteen'

Common Name: Summer Dreams variegated redtwig dogwood

After trialing many varieties of variegated redtwig dogwood, Roy Klehm selected this one for it's clean foliage, bold variegation and compact, even, mounded form.

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Corylus americana

Corylus americana

Common Name: American Hazelnut

The nuts are most attractive to wildlife, especially squirrels. Once they discover the fruit on a shrub, they can strip it in a day.

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Corylus avellena 'Anny's Compact'

Corylus avellena 'Anny's Compact'

Common Name: Anny's Compact Contorted Filbert

The dark colors maintain their beauty well into autumn. The compact growth habit makes this a perfect plant for gardens of all sizes. Requires a moist, but well-drained soil.

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Corylus avellena 'Red Dragon'

Corylus avellena 'Red Dragon'

Common Name: Red Dragon Contorted Filbert

‘Red Dragon’ has red leaves, contorted growth habit, and resistance to eastern filbert blight (EFB) caused by Anisogramma anomala (Peck) E. Müller.

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Corylus avellena 'Red Majestic'

Corylus avellena 'Red Majestic'

Common Name: Red Majestic Contorted Filbert

Red Majestic Corkscrew Hazelnut is a multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with a more or less rounded form. Its relatively coarse texture can be used to stand it apart from other landscape plants with finer foliage. The twisted dark brown bark and brown branches are extremely showy and add significant winter interest.

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Corylus avellena 'Rosita'

Corylus avellena 'Rosita'

Common Name: Rosita Contorted Filbert

‘Corylus avellana 'Rosita' develops lovely reddish-purple foliage that matures to a deep purple-green. It grows 12 feet tall and 8 feet wide. Zones 4-8

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Corylus cornuta

Corylus cornuta

Common Name: Beaked Hazel

Deciduous shrub that grows 4-8’ tall and as wide. It is typically found in rich thickets, woodland borders, along streams and in clearings. Female fruit is a hard edible nut (to 1/2” long) enclosed in a leafy, hairy, light green husk. As the common name suggests, the easiest way to identify this shrub is from the fruit: the husk (involucral tube) surrounding the nut extends beyond the nut by at least one inch to form a beak. Nuts ripen in late August and September.

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Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple'

Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple'

Common Name: Royal Purple Smokebush

In the northeast, in the coldest areas these plants may diebackk to the ground most yeasr...however they make an excellent low shrub (2-4') with this "pruning" although flowering will be eliminated.

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Cotinus obovatus

Cotinus obovatus

Common Name: American Smokebush

Stunning autumn color. Its flaming fall foliage rivals that of Sugar Maple. Thrives in rocky, dry areas where other trees languish.

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Crataegus virdis 'Winter King'

Crataegus virdis 'Winter King'

Common Name: Winter King Hawthorn

The show begins with very showy white flowers early to mid-May. The flowers are fragrant, some say malodorous, but I have found few who find the fragrance that offensive. Summer foliage is dark green to gray-green with a leathery texture

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Crataegus x mordenensis 'Toba'

Crataegus x mordenensis 'Toba'

Common Name: Toba Hawthorn

The rough gray bark adds an interesting dimension to the landscape, often developing a uniquely twisted trunk. This tree does best in full sun to partial shade. It is very adaptable to both dry and moist growing conditions, but will not tolerate any standing water. It is not particular as to soil type or pH. It is somewhat tolerant of urban pollution.

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Cypripedium parviflorum 'var. pubescens'

Cypripedium parviflorum 'var. pubescens'

Common Name: Giant Yellow Hardy Lady Slipper

Cypripediums should be planted on compost-amended soil where the roots can be spread out horizontally on top of the soil, then covered in compost since the roots do not grow into the soil like most plants. Our flowering-sized plants of Cypripedium parviflorum var. pubescens are nursery-propagated from seed.  

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Cypripedium reginae

Cypripedium reginae

Common Name: Showy Lady Slipper

The dorsal sepal, petals, and synsepal are absolutely pure white, and I do mean pure white. The lip has a white base color and is suffused with purple-pink – sometimes as a light blush, sometimes so thick that it seems entirely deep purple, but often this flushing is in parallel lines creating an alternating purple and white striped pattern. The staminode as well is pure white and typically has yellow blushing on its lower half accompanied by purple-pink blotches and spots. Pure alba forms exist as well. Flowering commences in mid June and can extend into July in the far north of its range.

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Daphne mezereum

Daphne mezereum

Common Name: February Daphne

The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Bees, flies, lepidoptera, self. The plant is self-fertile. It is noted for attracting wildlife. The fruits are set in late July and persist to the winter.

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Daphne x burkwoodii 'Carol Mackie'

Daphne x burkwoodii 'Carol Mackie'

Common Name: Carol Mackie Daphne

 Features fragrant clusters of pale pink flowers in late spring which are followed by tiny red drupes (1/3" wide) in fall. Oblong, grayish-green leaves (to 2" long) have striking, cream-edged margins, and the foliage often persists well into December.

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Daphne x burkwoodii 'Emily's Glow'

Daphne x burkwoodii 'Emily's Glow'

Common Name: Emily's Glow Daphne

 Features fragrant clusters of pale pink flowers in late spring which are followed by tiny red drupes (1/3" wide) in fall. Oblong, white leaves (to 2" long) have striking,green-edged margins, and the foliage often persists well into December. 

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Daphne x translantica 'Blafra'

Daphne x translantica 'Blafra'

Common Name: Eternal Fragrance Daphne

ETERNAL FRAGRANCE, is a rounded, open-branched shrub that features intensely fragrant white flowers in spring with irregular and sporadic continued bloom occurring on new growth from summer into fall on branches clad with semi-glossy, narrow, elliptic, dark green leaves (to 2" long).

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Delphinium elatum 'Blue Lace'

Delphinium elatum 'Blue Lace'

Common Name: Blue Lace Delphinium

Stems may require staking in windy areas, best done before they reach 3 feet or so in height. Removing spent spikes right after flowering will encourage repeat blooming in fall. In hot, humid summer regions Delphinium plants do not usually last more than 2 to 3 years.

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Delphinium elatum 'Guardian Blue Blue'

Delphinium elatum 'Guardian Blue Blue'

Common Name: Guardian Delphinium

A "master" of the cottage garden. Full sun but not too hot and humid helps keep this plant going.

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Delphinium elatum 'Million Dollar Blue'

Delphinium elatum 'Million Dollar Blue'

Common Name: MillionDollar Blue Delphinium

Nothing does vertical interest quite like Delphinium, and Million Dollar Blue really lives up to its name! It sets out sturdy spears covered in true blue semi-double blossoms beginning in early summer and ending in early fall.

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Delphinium elatum 'Morning Lights'

Delphinium elatum 'Morning Lights'

Common Name: Morning Lights Delphinium

Huge panicles of frilly lavender-pink blossoms with a touch of bright blue and a white bee add a dramatic presence to the landscape in early summer. Removing spent flower spikes may result in another round of blooms on secondary spikes in late summer and fall

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Delphinium elatum 'Pagen Purples'

Delphinium elatum 'Pagen Purples'

Common Name: Pagen Purples Delphinium

Stems may require staking in windy areas, best done before they reach 3 feet or so in height. Removing spent spikes right after flowering will encourage repeat blooming in fall. In hot, humid summer regions Delphinium plants do not usually last more than 2 to 3 years.

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Delphinium elatum 'Royal Aspirations'

Delphinium elatum 'Royal Aspirations'

Common Name: Royal Aspirations Delphinium

Stems may require staking in windy areas, best done before they reach 3 feet or so in height. Removing spent spikes right after flowering will encourage repeat blooming in fall. In hot, humid summer regions Delphinium plants do not usually last more than 2 to 3 years.

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Delphinium elatum 'Wilson Flopless'

Delphinium elatum 'Wilson Flopless'

Common Name: Wilson Flopless Delphinium

Delphiniums prefer cool, moist summers and chilly but not excessively cold winters. They need rich, porous, nonacid soil; if soil is acid, amend it to neutral before planting. Also work in organic matter and a high-phosphorus fertilizer.

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Delphinium grandiflorum 'Summer Cloud'

Delphinium grandiflorum 'Summer Cloud'

Common Name: Summer Cloud Delphinium

Although not a long-lived perennial, this will often self sow where happy. Said to be tolerant of hot, humid summer climates. Also known to do remarkably well in areas with short, cool summers. An outstanding cut flower.

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Dianthus 'Coconut Punch'

Dianthus 'Coconut Punch'

Common Name: Coconut Punch Pinks

Deer resistant, low maintenance and drought tolerant, attracts butterflies, fragrant, cute cut flower—what more could one want in a perennial?  The Dianthus FRUIT PUNCH™ series delivers all that and more in your choice of four colors.

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Dianthus plumarius 'Rose de Mai'

Dianthus plumarius 'Rose de Mai'

Common Name: Rose de Mai Pinks

Deer resistant, low maintenance and drought tolerant, attracts butterflies, fragrant, cute cut flower—what more could one want in a perennial?  

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Dicentra canadensis

Dicentra canadensis

Common Name: Squirrel Corn

Squirrel Corn is also very similar to the native Dicentra cucullaria or Dutchman's breeches, with which it often grows side-by-side. The foliage is nearly identical but Dutchman's Breeches blooms earlier and its flower is less heart-shaped, but like inflated pantaloons of Dutch tradition.

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Dicentra formoa 'Spring Gold'

Dicentra formoa 'Spring Gold'

Common Name: Spring Gold Fern-leaf Bleeding Heart

Excellent for edging, and very useful for mixed containers and tubs. Removing faded flowers regularly will promote lots of new buds to form. In cool summer regions plants may tolerate direct sun. From Blooms of Bressingham®. Discovered in her garden by Beth Chatto.

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Dicentra spectabilis

Dicentra spectabilis

Common Name: Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart

Plants form a bushy, upright mound of light green foliage, with a somewhat ferny appearance. After flowering, the plants should be sheared back to 6 inches tall, to rejuvenate the foliage. Even still, these often go completely dormant by midsummer, to return again the following spring.

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Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba'

Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba'

Common Name: White Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart

Plants form a bushy, upright mound of light green foliage, with a somewhat ferny appearance. After flowering, the plants should be sheared back to 6 inches tall, to rejuvenate the foliage. Even still, these often go completely dormant by midsummer, to return again the following spring.

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Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart'

Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart'

Common Name: Gold Heart Bleeding Heart

Plants form a bushy, upright mound of light green foliage, with a somewhat ferny appearance. After flowering, the plants should be sheared back to 6 inches tall, to rejuvenate the foliage. Even still, these often go completely dormant by midsummer, to return again the following spring.

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Dicentra spectabilis 'Valentine'

Dicentra spectabilis 'Valentine'

Common Name: Valentine Bleeding Heart

Heart-shaped flowers hung from arching stems, overlooking a vigorous growth of deeply dark grey/green lobed foliage. Red flowers.

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Dicentra x 'Burning Hearts'

Dicentra x 'Burning Hearts'

Common Name: Burning Hearts Fern-leaf Bleeding Heart

This plant forms a compact mound of foliage topped with arched flowering stems from late spring into early fall.

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Dicentra x 'Ivory Hearts'

Dicentra x 'Ivory Hearts'

Common Name: IvoryHearts Fern-leaf Bleeding Heart

Ivory Hearts’ is a bleeding heart cultivar that is perhaps best noted for its extended bloom period, particularly in cool summer climates, but is additionally noted for its compact shape, strong rhizomatous roots and conspicuous flowers appearing above the foliage.

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Dicentra x 'King of Hearts'

Dicentra x 'King of Hearts'

Common Name: King of Hearts Fern-leaf Bleeding Heart

Nodding, heart-shaped, rich carmine-rose flowers are carried above the foliage to 10-15” tall on long, leafless, erect to slightly leaning stems. In Vermont, primary bloom is in May and June, with flowering slowing down considerably or stopping in the heat of the summer, but with a possible rebloom occurring when the weather cools in late summer to early fall. Flowering may continue throughout the summer in cool northern climates.

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Dicentra x 'Red Fountains'

Dicentra x 'Red Fountains'

Common Name: Red Fountains Bleeding Heart

Plants grow in a low spreading mound to 8-12” tall and to 15” wide. The nodding, heart-shaped, red flowers appear in panicles on leafless flower stems arching above deeply-cut, fern-like blue-gray leaves. Given adequate moisture, the foliage remains attractive in summer, and may produce an attractive ground cover effect.

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Digitalis 'Polkadot Polly'

Digitalis 'Polkadot Polly'

Common Name: Polkadot Polly Foxglove

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. It looks especially nice when planted along fences, at the wood's edge, or in large containers.

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Digitalis ambigua (grandiflora)

Digitalis ambigua (grandiflora)

Common Name: Perennial Yellow Foxglove

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. It looks especially nice when planted along fences, at the wood's edge, or in large containers.

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Digitalis ambigua (grandiflora) 'Carillon'

Digitalis ambigua (grandiflora) 'Carillon'

Common Name: Temple Bells

Non-aggressive, but will politely self-seed under favorable conditions. One of the toughest and most reliable of the foxgloves, this is a long-lived perennial, not a biennial. Hummers love this one!

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Digitalis ambigua (grandiflora) 'Cream Bell'

Digitalis ambigua (grandiflora) 'Cream Bell'

Common Name: Cream Bell Perennial Foxglove

Digitalis grandiflora is one of the few truly perennial foxgloves. A continental species that is attractive and reliable yet remains an infrequently seen specimen in gardens. Extremely hardy, this is one of the toughest and best performers of all the foxgloves. The plants form low rosettes of dark green leaves, bearing upright stalks of beautiful creamy-yellow bells through the summer. Each large flower is intricately marked with brown on the inside.

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Digitalis purpurea 'Berggold'

Digitalis purpurea 'Berggold'

Common Name: Red Perennial Foxglove

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. It looks especially nice when planted along fences, at the wood's edge, or in large containers.

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Digitalis purpurea 'Candy Mountain'

Digitalis purpurea 'Candy Mountain'

Common Name: Candy Mountain Foxglove

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. It looks especially nice when planted along fences, at the wood's edge, or in large containers.

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Digitalis purpurea 'Pam's Choice'

Digitalis purpurea 'Pam's Choice'

Common Name: Pam's Choice Foxglove

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. Flowers are closely grouped from top to bottom on each spike. Individual flowers resemble the snipped-off fingers of a glove, hence the common name. Blooms late spring to early summer. Digitalis leaves are a source of the drug digitalis and are highly poisonous.

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Digitalis purpurea 'Snowy Mountain'

Digitalis purpurea 'Snowy Mountain'

Common Name: Snowy Mountain Foxglove

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. Flowers are closely grouped from top to bottom on each spike. Individual flowers resemble the snipped-off fingers of a glove, hence the common name. Blooms late spring to early summer. Digitalis leaves are a source of the drug digitalis and are highly poisonous.

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Diospyros virginiana

Diospyros virginiana

Common Name: American Persimmon

 Fragrant, white to greenish-yellow flowers bloom in late spring, with the male flowers appearing in clusters and the female flowers appearing solitary. Edible persimmon fruits (1-2” in diameter) mature in fall to an orange to reddish-purple color, and may persist on the tree into winter. Ovate to elliptic leaves (2-6” long) are glossy dark green above, and turn yellowish-green (infrequently reddish purple) in autumn.

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Dirca palustris

Dirca palustris

Common Name: Eastern Leatherwood

Bell-shaped, pale lemon-yellow flowers (to 1/4" long) with long yellow stamens bloom in axillary clusters along the branches in early spring (March-April) before the leaves emerge.Twigs are extremely pliable. Native Americans used the twigs and bark for a number of purposes including making bow strings, baskets, fishing line and rope. Some people have allergic reactions to contact with the bark.

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Disanthus cercidifolius

Disanthus cercidifolius

Common Name: Disanthus

Disanthus is a slender-branched, deciduous shrub typically growing 6-10' tall and gradually spreading with age. Species name of cercidifolius is in reference to the similarity of the disanthus leaves to those of the redbuds (Cercis).

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Disanthus cercidifolius 'Ena Nishiki'

Disanthus cercidifolius 'Ena Nishiki'

Common Name: Variegated Disanthus

Disanthus is a slender-branched, deciduous shrub typically growing 6-10' tall and gradually spreading with age. Species name of cercidifolius is in reference to the similarity of the disanthus leaves to those of the redbuds (Cercis).

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Dodecatheon meadia

Dodecatheon meadia

Common Name: Shooting Star

Shooting Star can become very robust with a few dozen flowers coming out of each plant; especially in moist rich soils. Wide color variation naturally occurs in any population of Shooting Star; from purple to pale pink to almost white. This species establishes well and will self seed in semi-dry rocky situations or in the shade of a shrub or small tree

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Dodecatheon meadia 'Goliath'

Dodecatheon meadia 'Goliath'

Common Name: Shooting Star

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Doronicum orientale 'Finesse'

Doronicum orientale 'Finesse'

Common Name: Leopards Bane

Good as an early cut. Long blooming. 12-18 inches in height. 

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Dryopteris crassirhizoma

Dryopteris crassirhizoma

Common Name: Thick Stemmed Wood Fern

Thick stemmed wood fern is a semi-evergreen fern that is native to wooded slopes in northeastern Asia. It typically grows in a handsome vase-shaped form to 3.5’ tall.

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Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'

Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'

Common Name: Brilliance Autumn Fern

Its peak of color is in spring when its fronds unfurl copper-red or pink in color and eventually fade to a bronze-green. In late summer, bright-red spore clusters (sori) appear on frond undersides.

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Dryopteris felix-mas 'Cristata Jackson'

Dryopteris felix-mas 'Cristata Jackson'

Common Name: Jackson's Male Fern

This fern will perform best in dry through moist soil moisture. It will grow best in soil that does not get too dry or too wet.This Barnes' narrow male fern grows well in all garden soil types

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Echinacea 'Adobe Orange'

Echinacea 'Adobe Orange'

Common Name: Adobe Orange Coneflower

Praised for their cheerful brightly colored flowers, coneflowers are a mainstay in today's garden. Be sure to leave some spent blooms on the plants in the fall because their seeds provide winter food for finches and other birds. The dried seed heads also provide architectural interest in the winter.

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Echinacea 'After Midnight'

Echinacea 'After Midnight'

Common Name: After Midnight Coneflower

Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Irregular-serrate, dark green leaves (to 5” long) are lanceolate. Good fresh cut or dried flower.

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Echinacea 'Cheyenne Spirit'

Echinacea 'Cheyenne Spirit'

Common Name: Cheyenne Spirit Coneflower

Sturdy, compact, and drought tolerant.  Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. 

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Echinacea 'Chiquita'

Echinacea 'Chiquita'

Common Name: Chiquita Coneflower

Only 14"tall at maturity, the clean deep green foliage covers this plant top to bottom. Mixed containers, mass plantings, front of the border; this plant is a star.

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Echinacea 'Cleopatra'

Echinacea 'Cleopatra'

Common Name: Cleopatra Coneflower

Incredibly vibrant golden yellow, fragrant flowers with a large, orange cone are produced on very strong, well-branched stems above a stocky clump of compact, deep green foliage.  The single flowers measure a full 3-3 ½” across since their petals are held horizontally, and they lighten to creamy yellow as they age.  

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Echinacea 'Firebird'

Echinacea 'Firebird'

Common Name: Firebird Coneflower

Dark cones add to the appeal of this wonder. Attracts butterflies in summer and seed hunting birds in the fall. Mix with Rudbeckia for a great combo.  

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Echinacea 'Flame Thrower'

Echinacea 'Flame Thrower'

Common Name: Flame Thrower Coneflower

The flowers open mostly flat with slightly recurved tips and narrow petals, showing off the two toned color pattern well. Praised for their large, daisy-like flowers, coneflowers are a mainstay in today's garden. Be sure to leave some spent blooms on the plants in fall because their seeds provide winter food for finches and other birds.  

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Echinacea 'Harvest Moon'

Echinacea 'Harvest Moon'

Common Name: Harvest Moon Coneflower

Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Irregular-serrate, dark green leaves (to 5” long) are lanceolate. Good fresh cut or dried flower.

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Echinacea 'Mac 'n' Cheese'

Echinacea 'Mac 'n' Cheese'

Common Name: Mac 'n' Cheese Coneflower

Their golden rays are a perfect complement to E. 'Tomato Soup'. Put them together for a summertime feast!  

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Echinacea 'Mama Mia'

Echinacea 'Mama Mia'

Common Name: Mama Mia Coneflower

Nice big habit and long bloom time. Use en masse for the border, in a mixed bed, and as a cut flower. The first of our Broadway™ Series.

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Echinacea 'Maui Sunshine'

Echinacea 'Maui Sunshine'

Common Name: Maui Sunshine Coneflower

Showy orange cones with green backgrounds (great for cutting and drying). Use en masse for the border, in a mixed bed, and as a cut flower.

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Echinacea 'Passion Flute'

Echinacea 'Passion Flute'

Common Name: Passion Flute Coneflower

 Praised for their cheerful brightly colored flowers, coneflowers are a mainstay in today's garden. Be sure to leave some spent blooms on the plants in the fall because their seeds provide winter food for finches and other birds. The dried seed heads also provide architectural interest in the winter.

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Echinacea 'Piccolino'

Echinacea 'Piccolino'

Common Name: Piccolino Coneflower

The first genetically compact double flowered Echinacea, 'Piccolino' displays fragrant, bright-pink flowers over medium-green foliage  'Piccolino' blooms from mid-June to August and prefers partial sun to full sun. Plants are hardy to USDA Hardiness Zones 4 to 9.

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Echinacea 'Quills and Thrills'

Echinacea 'Quills and Thrills'

Common Name: Quills and Thrills Coneflower

Tons of long lasting flowers thrill even the most jaded gardener. Use en masse for the border, in a mixed bed, and as a cut flower.

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Echinacea 'Solar Flare'

Echinacea 'Solar Flare'

Common Name: Solar Flare Coneflower

This cultivar is a cross between tennesseensis x (E. purpurea x E. paradoxa).  'Solar Flare' was introduced in 2010 by ItSaul Plants of Atlanta, GA. The genus name is derived from the Greek word echino, meaning "hedgehog".  

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Echinacea 'Summer Sky'

Echinacea 'Summer Sky'

Common Name: Summer Sky Coneflower

Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Irregular-serrate, dark green leaves (to 5” long) are lanceolate. Good fresh cut or dried flower.

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Echinacea 'Sundown'

Echinacea 'Sundown'

Common Name: Sundown Coneflower

SUNDOWN™ is similar to 'Sunset' PP16424 but stands about 8-10 inches taller. Though the flowers are slightly smaller, SUNDOWN™ is a more vigorous grower.

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Echinacea 'Supreme Canteloupe'

Echinacea 'Supreme Canteloupe'

Common Name: Supreme Canteloupe Coneflower

As the flowers expand, they take on a more Echinacea look and last and last and last. There is no other Echinacea like this on the market.

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Echinacea 'Tomato Soup'

Echinacea 'Tomato Soup'

Common Name: Tomato Soup Coneflower

Flowers will cover this selection till frost! Plants are well branched and show excellent vigor. A natural pairing with E. 'Mac 'n' Cheese' or 'Now Cheesier'.

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Echinacea angustofolia

Echinacea angustofolia

Common Name: Narrow-leaf Coneflower

The leaves are lanceolate to linear-lanceolate, and the flowers are cone-shaped disks with purple, pale pink, or rarely white spreading ray flowers. The plant has one or more stems that are mostly unbranched, and flowers bloom from June to July. The taproot of cultivated E. angustifolia is harvested three-to-four years after planting from seed. The root is most valued for medicinal purposes, although the tops and flowers are also used.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Doubledecker'

Echinacea purpurea 'Doubledecker'

Common Name: Doubledecker Coneflower

Echinacea 'Doubledecker' ...a plant that looked very different than the others. Resulting from years of selection is a reliable seed strain with two-tiered flowers. A set of shorter petals rests on top of the cone while a "skirt" of longer, deep rose-pink petals emerge from the base of the cone. 

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Echinacea purpurea 'Green Jewel'

Echinacea purpurea 'Green Jewel'

Common Name: Green Jewel Coneflower

Praised for their cheerful brightly colored flowers, coneflowers are a mainstay in today's garden. Be sure to leave some spent blooms on the plants in the fall because their seeds provide winter food for finches and other birds.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Green Twister'

Echinacea purpurea 'Green Twister'

Common Name: Green Twister Coneflower

Praised for their cheerful brightly colored flowers, coneflowers are a mainstay in today's garden. Be sure to leave some spent blooms on the plants in the fall because their seeds provide winter food for finches and other birds.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Greenline'

Echinacea purpurea 'Greenline'

Common Name: Greenline Coneflower

Luscious blossoms are made up of ray petals of pale lime to white tipped darker green that surround 3-4" mounded circles of fluorescent lime-green with emerald-green centers.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Kim's Knee High'

Echinacea purpurea 'Kim's Knee High'

Common Name: Kim's Knee High Coneflower

This is a daisy-like coneflower that features drooping, clear rose-pink to purple-pink rays and large, pin cushion-like, coppery-orange to dark bronze central cones. Coarsely-toothed, dark green leaves (to 6” long). Good fresh cut or dried flower.  The dead flower stems will remain erect well into the winter, and if flower heads are not removed, are often visited by goldfinches that perch on or just below the blackened cones to feed on the seeds.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus Superior'

Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus Superior'

Common Name: Magnus Superior Coneflower

Plants are tough and heat and drought tolerant once established. Their roots have famous medicinal qualities, they make great, long lasting, cut flowers and attract numerous butterflies and small birds.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'

Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'

Common Name: Magnus Coneflower

Plants are tough and heat and drought tolerant once established. Their roots have famous medicinal qualities, they make great, long lasting, cut flowers and attract numerous butterflies and small birds.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Marmalade'

Echinacea purpurea 'Marmalade'

Common Name: Marmalade Coneflower

With blooms the color of tart orange marmalade and stems as sturdy as the strongest selection. The blooms are a light, yellowish-orange with many perfectly formed ray petals and a tufted bonnet of even deeper golden orange on top on the double cone. The plants are vigorous and healthy and have multiple buds per stem.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Milkshake'

Echinacea purpurea 'Milkshake'

Common Name: Milkshake Coneflower

Flower stems branch out to a height of 36" and are held very upright and in great abundance from July to August. This lovely white double flower is best used in the mixed border, foundation plantings, mass plantings, urban gardens, and cutting gardens. Milkshake is quickly gaining recognition for the long-lasting impact of its blooms.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Pink Fascinator'

Echinacea purpurea 'Pink Fascinator'

Common Name: Pink Fascinator Coneflower

Like all Echinacea’s, Pink Fascinator is a tough plant that doesn’t mind the heat and is drought resistant. It thrives in well-drained average garden soil – no pampering needed.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Primadonna Whiute'

Echinacea purpurea 'Primadonna Whiute'

Common Name: Primmadonna White Coneflower

Tons of long lasting flowers thrill even the most jaded gardener. Use en masse for the border, in a mixed bed, and as a cut flower.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Red Knee High'

Echinacea purpurea 'Red Knee High'

Common Name: Red Knee High Coneflower

'Red Knee High' is a sport of the popular E. purpurea 'Kim's Knee High' which has pink rays. Flower stems are clad with coarsely-toothed, dark green leaves (to 6” long). Good fresh cut or dried flower. The dead flower stems will remain erect well into the winter, and if flower heads are not removed, are often visited by goldfinches that perch on or just below the blackened cones to feed on the seeds.

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Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinstern'

Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinstern'

Common Name: Ruby Star Coneflower

Plants are tough and heat and drought tolerant once established. Their roots have famous medicinal qualities, they make great, long lasting, cut flowers and attract numerous butterflies and small birds.

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Echinacea Tiki Torch 'Supreme Canteloupe'

Echinacea Tiki Torch 'Supreme Canteloupe'

Common Name: Tiki Torch Coneflower

Use for the border and for cut flowers. Easy to grow. Ignite this flaming dream! Winner of the 2009 NMPRO New Plant Pavilion. Allan Armitage in the 2009 City Trial Awards praised E. 'Tiki Torch', "orange flower color is vivid and maintains its color over a long period of time”.

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Echinacea x 'Solar Flare'

Echinacea x 'Solar Flare'

Common Name: Solar Flare Coneflower

These blooms earn their name with every neon-bright petal! Deep scarlet-red toward the base and magenta toward the tip, they are held straight out around a giant dark brown cone. Butterflies and bees rush to pay their respects, while pests and disease keep clear of this vigorous, low maintenance plant. Expect the blooms to begin in early summer in most climates and to continue well into fall!

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Echinops bannaticus 'Blue Glow'

Echinops bannaticus 'Blue Glow'

Common Name: Blue Glow Globe Thistle

A member of the Aster family, Echinops is a clumping perennial that is very easy to grow but not invasive. Beginning in early summer, intense blue spheres measuring 1.5" across appear on tall, unbranched stems. Bumblebees and nocturnal moths delight in their sweet nectar. 

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Echinops bannaticus 'Star Frost'

Echinops bannaticus 'Star Frost'

Common Name: White Globe Thistle

Bees and butterflies adore Echinops. They are so easy to care for that you will too. Equally stunning in the garden or as a fresh or dried cut flower, their perfectly round blooms and statuesque profile bring intriguing definition to surrounding softer forms.

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Echinops ritro

Echinops ritro

Common Name: Globe Thistle

In late summer through to autumn, the globular heads of round, violet-blue flower heads appear, each on silvery, branched leafy stems. The handsome spherical buds open into flower from the top down.The flowers have a metallic lustre and may be cut and dried for winter decoration. The plants are suitable for the back of the herbaceous border and will attract many bees and butterflies into the garden. 

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Echinops ritro 'Veitch's Blue'

Echinops ritro 'Veitch's Blue'

Common Name: Veitch's Blue Globe Thistle

Coarse, spiny, deeply-dissected, gray-green leaves are white tomentose beneath. Basal leaves grow to 6-8” long, but stem leaves grow shorter.

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Enkianthus enkianthus 'Jan Iseli Red'

Enkianthus enkianthus 'Jan Iseli Red'

Common Name: jan Iseli Red Enkianthus

The shrub's habit is upright but spreading. This cultivar was released in 1990, the result of breeding efforts by the Iseli Nursery in Oregon. Jan Iseli is the nursery founder's wife. A tree-like deciduous shrub from Japan, redvein enkianthus has simple and elliptical leaves with bristles on the edges and red leaf stems. In late spring to early summer, small, pendent, bell-shaped blossoms dangle from the branch ends. They also are faintly and curiously scented.

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Enkianthus perrulatus

Enkianthus perrulatus

Common Name: Dodan-tsutsuji

It is a slow grower and will take awhile to reach its potential but one of the upsides of being slow is that this requires virtually no pruning ever as it is of tidy habit and not apt to outgrow its space.  These are young plants but will get you off to a good start.  Basic Rhododendron culture and you are set.

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Epimedium pinnatum 'ssp. colchicum'

Epimedium pinnatum 'ssp. colchicum'

Common Name: Yellow Epimedium

In comparison to the species, E. pinnatum subsp colchicum grows slightly taller (to 16”), spreads more slowly, has larger flowers and often produces toothless leaflets. 

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Epimedium x 'Amber Queen'

Epimedium x 'Amber Queen'

Common Name: Amber Queen Epimedium

The 2' wide deer-resistant clump is composed of semi-evergreen, spiny green leaves that are mottled burgundy as they emerge. The clumps are topped in April and May with 2' long arching spikes adorned with an unreal abundance of bright yellow, spider-like flowers tipped with orange-red. 

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Epimedium x 'Purple Pixie'

Epimedium x 'Purple Pixie'

Common Name: Purple Pixie Epimedium

The blooms, although delicate in appearance are a strong 1 1/2 inches of violet-purple with protruding pure white spurs.  The plant grows 9-12 inches tall and 12-15 inches wide in three years. 

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Epimedium x 'Red Beauty'

Epimedium x 'Red Beauty'

Common Name: Red Beauty Barrenwort

Spidery lavender-violet flowers with very long white spurs. The medium green, deciduous leaves have spiny-toothed, oval leaflets on wiry stems and form an attractive foliage mound. New leaves in spring emerge beige with a red tinge, mature to green and turn red in fall. Epimediums are among the easiest perennials to grow.

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Epimedium x 'rubrum'

Epimedium x 'rubrum'

Common Name: Red Barrenwort

This epimedium (sometimes commonly called large-flowered or longspur epimedium) is one of the larger epimediums. It is a dense, rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial which typically grows 10-12" tall and is primarily used in shady or woodland areas. 

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Epimedium x 'Ruby Starr'

Epimedium x 'Ruby Starr'

Common Name: Ruby Starr Barrenwort

This epimedium (sometimes commonly called large-flowered or longspur epimedium) is one of the larger epimediums. It is a dense, rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial which typically grows 10-12" tall and is primarily used in shady or woodland areas. 

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Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Akebono'

Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Akebono'

Common Name: Akebono Epimedium

A charming small Japanese cultivar, with ¾” delicate, but full, light rose pink/lavender flowers. Small cup is backed by long, slender, pointed sepals with a white mid-rib. 

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Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Dark Beauty'

Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Dark Beauty'

Common Name: Dark Beauty Barrenwort

Its large flowers have beautiful dark rose inner-sepals and white petals/spurs flushed with rose. Small leaflets. 8” in bloom with second flush to 12”

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Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Lilafee'

Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Lilafee'

Common Name: Lilac Fairy Epimedium

This epimedium (sometimes commonly called large-flowered or longspur epimedium) is one of the larger epimediums. It is a dense, rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial which typically grows 10-15" tall and is primarily used as a ground cover or edger in shady or woodland areas. 

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Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Pink Elf'

Epimedium x grandiflorum 'Pink Elf'

Common Name: Pink Elf Barrenwort

This hybrid was raised by Robin White, of the now-closed Blackthorn Nursery in Hampshire. In the Nineties, he raised many hybrid epimediums from deliberate crosses, using new material introduced mainly from Sichuan province in China by the Japanese plant hunter Mikinori Ogisu.

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Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten'

Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten'

Common Name: Frohnleiten Epimedium

This Epimedium grows in a wide range of conditions and tolerates a shady location underneath a tree where it makes effective groundcover. 

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Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum'

Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum'

Common Name: Yellow Epimedium

Epimedium will adapt to many growing situations and is particularly useful in dry shade where few other plants will survive. It is able to compete with tree roots easily

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Epimedium x warleyense

Epimedium x warleyense

Common Name: Epimedium

Interest in this genus has increased over the past 2 decades as horticulturists brought back new species and varieties from explorations in China. Epimediums make good ground covers and are one of the choice plants for shade. They prefer good loamy soil, organic enough to let the rhizomes spread readily, but will tolerate dry shade once established. A second, taller flush of leaves often follows those that emerge in spring.

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Epimedium x warleyense 'Orange Queen'

Epimedium x warleyense 'Orange Queen'

Common Name: Orange Queen Epimedium

Interest in this genus has increased over the past 2 decades as horticulturists brought back new species and varieties from explorations in China. Epimediums make good ground covers and are one of the choice plants for shade. They prefer good loamy soil, organic enough to let the rhizomes spread readily, but will tolerate dry shade once established. A second, taller flush of leaves often follows those that emerge in spring.

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Epimedium youngianum 'Niveum'

Epimedium youngianum 'Niveum'

Common Name: White Epimedium

Epimediums are a dense, rhizomatous, clump-forming perennial which typically grows 10-15" tall and is primarily used as a groundcover or edger in shady or woodland areas. 

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Epimedium youngianum 'Roseum'

Epimedium youngianum 'Roseum'

Common Name: Pink Epimedium

Old leaves should be pruned to the ground in late winter to show the flowers to best effect. Drought tolerant once established. Plants may be divided in early spring or late summer.

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Euonymus europaeus 'Red Lantern'

Euonymus europaeus 'Red Lantern'

Common Name: Red Lantern Spindle Tree

This medium sized deciduous shrub is perfect for adding autumn and winter interest to the garden. Insignificant yellow-green flowers appear in the summer. It’s dark green leaves turn striking scarlet in the autumn. This bright display of autumn colour is accompanied by orange-pink winged fruits that hang onto the branches well into the winter.

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Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe'

Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe'

Common Name: Baby Joe Joe-Pie-Weed

The plants have a sturdy, upright growth habit, well-branched purple stems and masses of large, bright fuchsia flowers that are extremely fragrant. Has a very long bloom time. Tuck this baby into your garden bed for years of enjoyment.

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Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'

Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'

Common Name: Pink Frost Joe-Pie-Weed

Eupatorium is a genus of about 40 species, most of them native to the eastern United States. They have long been grown where the garden meets the wild. Recent interest in native plants has encouraged the selection of more garden-worthy specimens and holds the promise of more to come.

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Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway'

Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway'

Common Name: Gateway Joe-Pie-Weed

July to September bloom makes 'Gateway' a bold and dramatic display when planted with Rudbeckia 'Autumn Sun' or tall ornamental grasses. Outrageous!

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Eupatorium maculatum 'Red Dwarf'

Eupatorium maculatum 'Red Dwarf'

Common Name: Red Dwarf Joe-Pie-Weed

Medical uses. Good size and late bloom for borders, native plant gardens, wildflower, cottage or woodland gardens or on the banks of ponds or large water gardens.   The name remains a mystery and may refer to the very burgundy red stems.

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Eupatorium purpureum 'Little Joe'

Eupatorium purpureum 'Little Joe'

Common Name: Little Joe Joe-Pie-Weed

Eupatorium dubium is a little-known dwarf species of Joe-Pye weed, native in moist soils from Maine south to South Carolina. In appearance, Eupatorium dubium is similar to Eupatorium purpureum, but is more tolerant of light shade. Eupatorium dubium 'Little Joe' was discovered by Steve Lighty at the Conard-Pyle Nursery in Pennsylvania. The 4' tall stems are clothed with whorls of green leaves and topped in midsummer with dome-shaped heads of lavender flowers... a real bonanza for keeping butterflies at eye level. 

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Euphorbia epithymoides 'First Blush'

Euphorbia epithymoides 'First Blush'

Common Name: First Blush Cushion Spurge

It grows about 12" high and 15" wide and does very well along the border in part sun/part shade and looks great in the rock garden.

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Euphorbia polychroma

Euphorbia polychroma

Common Name: Cushion Spurge

If sited correctly, the leaves will turn red in the fall. A good selection for northern gardens and it is extremely drought tolerant.

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Euphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire'

Euphorbia polychroma 'Bonfire'

Common Name: Bonfire Cushion Spurge

Plant it in a hot, sunny location for the deepest, darkest summer color. 

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Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow'

Euphorbia x martinii 'Ascot Rainbow'

Common Name: Ascot Rainbow Cushion Spurge

Plant it in a hot, sunny location for the deepest, darkest summer color.  Where summer temperatures are a bit cooler, a bit of the pink coloring remained all summer long. 

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Exochorda 'Snow Day Blizzard'

Exochorda 'Snow Day Blizzard'

Common Name: Snow Day Blizzard Pearlbush

This shrub is a blizzard of pure white flowers in spring. It has extra large flowers that are roughly twice the size of those of 'The Bride'. It can be pruned to keep small or trained into a small tree.

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Exochorda x macrantha 'Bialmoon'

Exochorda x macrantha 'Bialmoon'

Common Name: Lotus Moon Pearlbush

This shrub has "a ton" of pure white flowers in spring. It has extra large flowers. It can be pruned to keep small or trained into a small tree.

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Fagus grandifolia

Fagus grandifolia

Common Name: American Beech

Dark-green, glossy, prominently veined leaves turn copper-colored in the fall and hold on most of the winter. Beechnuts are among the most important of wildlife food.  American Beech was recognized by the colonists, who already knew the famous, closely related European Beech. American Beech is a handsome shade tree and bears similar edible beechnuts, which are consumed in quantities by wildlife, especially squirrels, raccoons, bears, other mammals, and game birds.

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Fagus sylvatica 'Rohan Obelisk'

Fagus sylvatica 'Rohan Obelisk'

Common Name: Rohan Obelisk European Beech

A columnar form, with coppery purple leaves that take on green tones as the summer burns on. The leaves are lobed on this large growing selection.

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Fargesia rufa

Fargesia rufa

Common Name: Green Panda Bamboo

Native to western China. Favorite food of the Giant Panda. Needs organic soils with good drainage. Thrives in sun and also tolerates shade. Use in a variety of ways and at any place in the garden, as solitary specimen, as hedges or as a screen.

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Festuca glauca 'Blue Whiskers'

Festuca glauca 'Blue Whiskers'

Common Name: Blue Whiskers Blue Fescue

The finely textured, bright silvery blue leaves form a fully rounded, robust clump with consistent flower coverage across the habit. Yellow-green flowers appear above the clump on 18-22” scapes in early summer and age to tan as the season progresses.

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Festuca x 'Cool as Ice'

Festuca x 'Cool as Ice'

Common Name: Cool as Ice Blue Fescue

The finely textured, bright silvery blue leaves form a fully rounded, robust clump with consistent flower coverage across the habit. Yellow-green flowers appear above the clump on 18-22” scapes in early summer and age to tan as the season progresses.

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Filipendula ulmaria 'Aurea'

Filipendula ulmaria 'Aurea'

Common Name: Golden Meadowsweet

 Leaves gradually turn gold-green as the summer progresses. Branched, terminal, astilbe-like panicles (corymbs) of tiny, fragrant, creamy white flowers bloom in early to mid-summer. Best if grown in some shade and moister soils.

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Forsythia x 'Coutasol'

Forsythia x 'Coutasol'

Common Name: Gold Tide Forsythia

GOLD TIDE is a dwarf forsythia cultivar that is noted for its compact-spreading shape, typically growing to only 20” tall but spreading to as much as 4’ wide. It features light yellow flowers that appear in profusion before the leaves emerge in late winter to early spring. Early bloom makes this shrub a true harbinger of spring.

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Forsythia x 'Helios'

Forsythia x 'Helios'

Common Name: Helios Forsythia

Enjoy the cheerful yellow blooms indoors, too, by cutting branches for forcing in late winter to very early spring. Foliage turns muted purple tones in fall.

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Forsythia x 'Meadowlark'

Forsythia x 'Meadowlark'

Common Name: Meadowlark Forsythia

Semi-arching habit, showy bright yellow blooms then healthy green foliage throughout the summer. Cut the branches in earliest spring before they flower, put them in a vase of water, and soon you’ll have the first bouquet of the yea

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Forsythia x 'Northern Sun'

Forsythia x 'Northern Sun'

Common Name: Northern Sun Forsythia

Northern Sun is a new forsythia which is specifically recommended for landscape use in Minnesota and other northern areas where common Forsythia intermedia cultivars are not reliably hardy. This cultivar has produced a spectacular display of yellow flowers very early in he spring following winter temperatures of -30F.

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Forsythia x 'Show Off Starlet'

Forsythia x 'Show Off Starlet'

Common Name: Show Off Starlet Forsythia

It has the same fabulous flower display you get with Show Off forsythia, but in a smaller package. This new dwarf forsythia is a mass of bright yellow spring flowers from base to tip.

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Forsythia x 'Show Off Sugar Baby'

Forsythia x 'Show Off Sugar Baby'

Common Name: Show Off Sugar Baby Forsythia

This miniature, upright selection delivers more flowers per inch to create an outstanding spring display.

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Forsythia x 'Show Off'

Forsythia x 'Show Off'

Common Name: Show Off Forsythia

Show Off is not your typical Forsythia! It is compact and full of blooms from the ground to the ends of every stem. Older varieties can become out of control and often become victims of pruning. 

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Fothergilla gardenii

Fothergilla gardenii

Common Name: Dwarf Fothergilla

Features terminal, bottlebrush-like spikes (1-2" long) of tiny, fragrant, apetulous, ivory white flowers. Flower color comes from the showy stamens (white filaments and yellowish anthers). Flowers appear in spring, usually before the foliage emerges. Rounded to oblong, leathery, dark green leaves (to 2.5" long) turn varying shades of red, orange and yellow in fall.

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Fothergilla gardenii 'Harold Epstein'

Fothergilla gardenii 'Harold Epstein'

Common Name: Harold Epstein Dwarf Fothergilla

Originally classified as a separate species, F. parvifolia; later investigations have placed it within F. gardenii. It is a diminuitive shrub with a low, dense, mounding form that slowly reaches a height of 10-12 inches and a width of 16 to 18 inches in about five years. 

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Fothergilla major

Fothergilla major

Common Name: Large Fothergilla

Features terminal, bottlebrush-like spikes (1-2" long) of tiny, fragrant, apetulous, ivory white flowers. Flower color comes from the showy stamens (white filaments and yellowish anthers). Flowers appear in spring, usually before the foliage emerges. Rounded to oblong, leathery, dark green leaves (to 2.5" long) turn varying shades of .red, orange and yellow in fall

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Fothergilla x 'Mt Airy'

Fothergilla x 'Mt Airy'

Common Name: Mt Airy Fothergilla

Flowers have a honey-scented frangance. Leathery, ovate to obovate leaves (2-4” long) are dark green above and bluish gray beneath. Foliage turns excellent shades of yellow, orange and red-purple in fall.

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Fothergilla x intermedia 'Blue Shadows'

Fothergilla x intermedia 'Blue Shadows'

Common Name: Blue Shadows Fothergilla

Fothergilla is a trouble-free, sttractive shrub beautiful all year. In the fall, the foliage turns lovely shades of yellow, orange, and red.  ‘Blue Shadow’ grows to 5′ tall and 5′ wide in full sun to part shade. 

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Fothergilla x intermedia 'Sea Spray'

Fothergilla x intermedia 'Sea Spray'

Common Name: Sea Spray Witch Alder

Fothergilla is a trouble-free, sttractive shrub beautiful all year.

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Fragaria 'Allstar'

Fragaria 'Allstar'

Common Name: AllStar June Bearing Strawberry

This widely adapted variety has performed consistently well from the East to central Midwest. It is highly resistant to red stele, with intermediate resistance to Verticillium wilt.

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Fragaria 'Annapolis'

Fragaria 'Annapolis'

Common Name: Annapolis Strawberry

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Fragaria 'Earliglow'

Fragaria 'Earliglow'

Common Name: Earlyglow June Bearing Strawberry

Fruit size tends to decrease as the season progresses.  Earliglow plants are very vigorous and runner well.  This variety has good resistance to red stele and intermediate resistance to Verticillium wilt. Recommended for beginners. "Wonderful strawberry flavor" is this variety's trademark.

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Fragaria 'Evie 2'

Fragaria 'Evie 2'

Common Name: Evie 2 Ever-Bearing Strawberry

An improvement over the Everest, this day-neutral is easier to grow, higher yielding and less sensitive to the warm summer temperatures that shut down day-neutral production in the East and Midwest. 

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Fragaria 'Honeoye'

Fragaria 'Honeoye'

Common Name: Honeoye June Bearing Strawberry

Home gardeners will also appreciate its excellent freezing quality. Optimum flavor is produced by growing this variety in medium to light soil. Honeoye is a vigorous plant with no soil-disease resistance.  It remains our #1-selling, early-midseason variety.

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Fragaria 'Lipstick'

Fragaria 'Lipstick'

Common Name: Lipstick Ornamental Strawberry

Improved ornamental strawberry is slightly mounded in form with luscious dark green foliage, deep rose-red flowers appearing in April to June, then again in fall.

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Fragaria 'Mesabi'

Fragaria 'Mesabi'

Common Name: Mesabi June Bearing Strawberry

A midseason introduction from the University of Minnesota-USDA Cooperative Breeding program. Mesabi produces high yields of large berries, scarlet-red color with excellent flavor. Berries are smooth and shiny and hold their size well. Mesabi shows good winter hardiness.

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Fragaria 'Northeaster'

Fragaria 'Northeaster'

Common Name: Northeaster June Bearing Strawberry

Released by the USDA in 1996, this variety demonstrates excellent vigor and high disease resistance.

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Fragaria 'Seascape'

Fragaria 'Seascape'

Common Name: Seascape Strawberry

The University of California breeding program released this variety in 1992. This day-neutral has been highly successful for north eastern growers for summer and fall production.

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Fragaria 'Sparkle'

Fragaria 'Sparkle'

Common Name: Sparkle Strawberry

The best berry for jam and freezing, Sparkle has been known for flavorful, high-quality, attractive fruit for over 60 years

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Fragaria 'Wiona'

Fragaria 'Wiona'

Common Name: Wiona Strawberry

Recommended for difficult growing conditions and northern regions. Released from the University of Minnesota Breeding Program. Plants are vigorous, resistant to red stele, and have shown tolerance to black root-rot disease. A good choice for difficult growing conditions.

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Fragaria anassa 'Ruby Ann'

Fragaria anassa 'Ruby Ann'

Common Name: Ruby Ann Ornamental/Fruiting Strawberry

Improved ornamental/fruiting strawberry is slightly mounded in form with luscious dark green foliage, deep rose-red flowers appearing in April to June, then again in fall.

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Fragaria x 'Natural Albino'

Fragaria x 'Natural Albino'

Common Name: Pine Berry

The Pineberry is not self-fertile... it needs pollen from a different variety to produce its distinctive fruit. We have chosen a red variety, Sonata Strawberry (U.S. Plant Patent #18,000) for cross pollination. It is another Dutch variety known for its distinctive flavor.

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Gaillardia aristata 'Arizona Sun'

Gaillardia aristata 'Arizona Sun'

Common Name: Arizona Sun Blanket Flower

 Butterflies are highly attracted to its bright colors. Since these plants bloom from early summer into fall, they will provide continuous color in containers and will keep those vases full of fresh blanket flower bouquets all season long.

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Gaillardia aristata 'Oranges & Lemons'

Gaillardia aristata 'Oranges & Lemons'

Common Name: Oranges & Lemons Blanket Flower

Each flower (to 2-3" diameter) features bright peach-orange rays with yellow tips surrounding a yellow central cone. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. U. S. Plant Patent PP17,092 was issued on September 12, 2006.

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Gaillardia x grandiflora Commotion 'Moxie'

Gaillardia x grandiflora Commotion 'Moxie'

Common Name: Moxie Blanket Flower

Commotion® Moxie is a long-blooming Blanket Flower that thrives in sun and won't sulk in dry weather once established. Deadheading and regular feeding encourage more profuse flowering. Deer resistant.

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Galtheria procumbens

Galtheria procumbens

Common Name: Creeping Winterberry

Suitable for: light (sandy) and medium (loamy) soils and can grow in nutritionally poor soil. Suitable pH: acid and neutral soils and can grow in very acid soils.It can grow in full shade (deep woodland) or semi-shade (light woodland). It prefers dry or moist soil and can tolerate drought.

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Gaylussacia baccata

Gaylussacia baccata

Common Name: Black Huckleberry

Fruit - raw or cooked. Deliciously spicy and sweet, they can be eaten out of hand or used in pies, preserves etc. They can also be dried for later use. The dried fruit can be ground into a powder then mixed with cereal flours to make bread. The fruit is rather seedy. The fruit is about 8mm in diameter.                       

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Gazania linearis 'Colorado Gold'

Gazania linearis 'Colorado Gold'

Common Name: Colorado Gold Treasure Flower

Bright yellow daisy-like flowers (2-3” diameter) bloom in early summer. Narrow, strap-shaped, dark green leaves are silvery beneath and, particularly in cool summer climates, can form an attractive ground cover when plants are not in bloom. 

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Gentiana dahurica

Gentiana dahurica

Common Name: Gentian

Flowers are blue with white spotted throats and are formed in the leaf axis and at the growing tips. In cooler regions like Ontario it can be grown in full sun where it will flower better than in part shade. It may self sow slightly near the mother plant but is not at all invasive. Once established it seems to be long lived and undemanding.

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Gentiana scabra 'Royal Stripes'

Gentiana scabra 'Royal Stripes'

Common Name: Royal Stripes Gentian

The winter hardy plants originate from the Alps, and are perfect for alpine gardens, patio pots, rockery borders or even a sunny spot in the house. They will happily grow in acid soil. Flowers April-September. 

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Gentiana septemfida 'var. 'Lagodechiana''

Gentiana septemfida 'var. 'Lagodechiana''

Common Name: Summer Gentian

The Summer Gentians are among the easiest types for average garden conditions. Plants form a low, trailing mound of deep green, with cobalt-blue trumpet flowers appearing among the leaves in mid to late summer. 

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Geranium macrorrhizum 'Alba'

Geranium macrorrhizum 'Alba'

Common Name: White Flowering Bigroot Geranium

This groundcover hardy geranium grows best in rich moist to well-drained soil, but is tough and will tolerate sand and clay. Plant it in full sun to light or open shade. This plant requires very little maintenance. A light shearing in mid winter can tidy the foliage, but is not necessary.

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Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety'

Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety'

Common Name: Bevan's Bigroot Geranium

The weed blocking foliage creates a slowly spreading patch that is great filler around other perennials. It does not have an aggressive root system and will not harm the more delicate shallow root systems of plants like rhododendrons and azaleas. Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety' works well growing in front of taller perennials such as Asters or Solidago.

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Geranium macrorrhizum 'Czakor'

Geranium macrorrhizum 'Czakor'

Common Name: Czakor Bigroot Geranium

Geraniums are very popular and for good reason. They are easy to grow and perfect for tucking in the garden border where they can stand alone or be used en masse. With a wide variety of foliage and flower colors to choose from, there is one for every garden.

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Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety'

Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Variety'

Common Name: Ingwersen's Bigroot Geranium

The species is found in southern Europe and this cultivar was collected by Walter Ingwersen on Mt Koprivnak in Montenegro in 1929 and introduced by his nursery Birch Farm in the 1930-31 catalogue as Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwersen's Var'.

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Geranium pratense 'Laura'

Geranium pratense 'Laura'

Common Name: Laura Cranesbill

Laura' is a vigorous, clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with lobed, deeply-divided, mid-green leaves.

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Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei'

Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei'

Common Name: Max Frei Cranesbill

Useful as a very low growing groundcover in sun or part shade.

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Geranium sanguineum 'var. striatum'

Geranium sanguineum 'var. striatum'

Common Name: Pink Cranesbill

Useful as a very low growing groundcover in sun or part shade. Plants stand up well to a wide range of soil and climate conditions, including hot, humid weather. Easily divided in spring or fall. One of the best choices for massed plantings, filling in quickly to create a bushy groundcover. Often shows good bronzy-red fall colour.

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Geranium wallichianum 'Crystal Lake'

Geranium wallichianum 'Crystal Lake'

Common Name: Crystal Lake Cranesbill

Hosting a profusion of 1-½ in. wide, cup-shaped blooms. A sophisticated summer-time standout, trouble free ‘Crystal ake’ promises luminous accents anywhere you plant it.

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Geranium x 'Rozanne'

Geranium x 'Rozanne'

Common Name: Rozanne Cranesbill

Leave plenty of room to grow this wide spreading perennial. In one season, one vigorous plant will cover a 2-3 sq. foot area. It looks especially nice when complimented by yellow or chartreuse flowers or foliage. From Rozanne and Friends

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Geranium x 'Tiny Monster'

Geranium x 'Tiny Monster'

Common Name: Tiny Monster Cranesbill

Five-petaled, pink flowers (to 11/2” diameter) have dark wine-red veining. Primarily blooms in May and June with a sparser continued bloom occurring throughout the summer. Cut-leaf green foliage often turns attractive shades of purple-bronze in autumn.

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Geum 'Yim's Tangerine'

Geum 'Yim's Tangerine'

Common Name: Totally Tangerine Avens

The deep green, fuzzy foliage formed a compact mound which measured about 14” tall.  In full bloom, the plants measured a whopping 30” tall—the biggest Geum we’ve seen!  The bright apricot to tangerine orange flowers make an outstanding color statement in the garden. Leonard Perry of the University of Vermont says: “One of the top performers of all my new perennials, very robust habit.  I’m very impressed!”.  We think you will be too

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Ginkgo biloba 'Chase Manhattan'

Ginkgo biloba 'Chase Manhattan'

Common Name: Chase Manhattan Maidenhair tree

Ginkgo biloba is a deciduous conifer (a true gymnosperm) that features distinctive, two-lobed, somewhat leathery, fan-shaped leaves with diverging (almost parallel) veins. Ginkgos are dioecious (separate male and female trees). Female trees are considered to be undesirable because they produce seeds encased in fleshy, fruit-like coverings which, at maturity in autumn, are messy and emit a noxious, foul odor upon falling to the ground and splitting open.

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Ginkgo biloba 'Magyar'

Ginkgo biloba 'Magyar'

Common Name: Magyar Maidenhair tree

Ginkgo biloba is a deciduous conifer (a true gymnosperm) that features distinctive, two-lobed, somewhat leathery, fan-shaped leaves with diverging (almost parallel) veins. Ginkgos are dioecious (separate male and female trees). Female trees are considered to be undesirable because they produce seeds encased in fleshy, fruit-like coverings which, at maturity in autumn, are messy and emit a noxious, foul odor upon falling to the ground and splitting open.

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Ginkgo biloba 'Saratoga'

Ginkgo biloba 'Saratoga'

Common Name: Saratoga Maidenhair tree

Ginkgo biloba is a deciduous conifer (a true gymnosperm) that features distinctive, two-lobed, somewhat leathery, fan-shaped leaves with diverging (almost parallel) veins. Ginkgos are dioecious (separate male and female trees). Female trees are considered to be undesirable because they produce seeds encased in fleshy, fruit-like coverings which, at maturity in autumn, are messy and emit a noxious, foul odor upon falling to the ground and splitting open.

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Ginkgo biloba 'The President'

Ginkgo biloba 'The President'

Common Name: President Gold Maidenhair tree

Selected by Dr. Michael Dirr, it has a strong central leader and full branching when young, then develops a dense upright crown when mature.

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Gleditsia triacanthos 'Suncole'

Gleditsia triacanthos 'Suncole'

Common Name: Sunburst Honeylocust

 Emerging foliage is yellow, maturing to medium to dark green in summer before turning golden in the fall. Branches have zig-zag pattern.Small, greenish-yellow flowers appear in May through June though they don’t have any real ornamental significance. Bees are attracted to the fragrance of the bloom.

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Gunnera manicata

Gunnera manicata

Common Name: Giant Rhubarb

They look best standing as specimen plants in a damp bog garden, or beside a large pond where the reflections reveal the undersides of the leaves. The stalks hold tiny red-brown flowers on erect panicles up to 1m (3ft) in height, followed by small red berry-like fruits.

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Gypsophila paniculata 'Danfestar'

Gypsophila paniculata 'Danfestar'

Common Name: Festival Star Baby's Breath

It makes the perfect cover up for dying bulb foliage or for perennials, such as poppies or bleeding hearts, that go dormant in summer. Baby's Breath also makes an excellent dried flower.

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Gypsophila paniculata 'DANGYP39'

Gypsophila paniculata 'DANGYP39'

Common Name: My Pink Baby's Breath

This is an upright well-branched bush-type that grows up to 3’ tall, so this large perennial is an effective covering for holes left by spring bulbs. 

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Hakonechloa macra 'Naomi'

Hakonechloa macra 'Naomi'

Common Name: Naomi Japanese Forest Grass

Once the weather cools, some of the foliage transmutes deep reddish purple colors, while many leaves retain their bright variegation, crafting an exceptional multitoned spectacle.

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Helenium autumnale 'Rubinzweg'

Helenium autumnale 'Rubinzweg'

Common Name: Ruby Dwarf Helen's Flower

('Rubinzwerg'= Ruby Dwarf)  are valued for their late summer display of bright daisy-like flowers. This midsized German variety has petals of deep mahogany-scarlet, surrounding a button eye of brown to gold. Terrific for cutting.

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Helenium x 'Double Trouble'

Helenium x 'Double Trouble'

Common Name: Double Trouble Helen's Flower

This sterile selection blooms from midsummer through early fall, producing frilly petaled, small, bright yellow flowers with a gold button center atop strong, sturdy stems.  They make excellent cut flowers. 

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Helenium x 'Ruby Tuesday'

Helenium x 'Ruby Tuesday'

Common Name: Ruby Tuesday Helen's Flower

Daisylike flowers with long petals fanned around a prominent center. 

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Helenium x 'Sahin's Early Flowerer'

Helenium x 'Sahin's Early Flowerer'

Common Name: Sahin's Helen's Flower

The flowerheads have vibrant, orange ray-florets and yellowish-brown centres which really stand out in borders in the autumn.

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Helianthus salicifolia 'Low Down'

Helianthus salicifolia 'Low Down'

Common Name: Low Down Willow-leaf Sunflower

This diminutive version reaches only 18" by the time it blooms, but has the flower power of its 8' cousins. No pinching, staking or cussing required!

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Helictotrichon sempervirens 'Sapphire'

Helictotrichon sempervirens 'Sapphire'

Common Name: Sapphire Blue Oat Grass

Non-spreading in habit, this will remain evergreen in mild winter regions. Requires good drainage, especially in warm summer regions. Clumps may be easily divided in spring. In cold regions the foliage sometimes needs to be tidied up with scissors in spring, but quickly regrows.

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Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Nights'

Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Nights'

Common Name: Summer Nights False Sunflower

Heliopsis is an excellent tall perennial for the back of the flower border. It has a bushy, well-branched form and glossy, deep green, triangular leaves. It's a real workhorse in the garden!

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Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Sun'

Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Sun'

Common Name: Summer Sun False Sunflower

Heliopsis is an excellent tall perennial for the back of the flower border. It has a bushy, well-branched form and glossy, deep green, triangular leaves. It's a real workhorse in the garden!

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Heliopsis helianthoides 'var scabra 'Sunburst''

Heliopsis helianthoides 'var scabra 'Sunburst''

Common Name: Sunburst

As the season progresses, the foliage tends to green up a bit which is typical for a variegated Heliopsis. 

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Heliopsis x 'Summer Pink'

Heliopsis x 'Summer Pink'

Common Name: Summer Pink False Sunflower

Attracts Hummingbirds, Heat Tolerant, Drought Tolerant. Requires sun and well-drained soil

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Helleborus foetidus

Helleborus foetidus

Common Name: Stinking Hellebore

Clusters (cymes) of drooping, bell-shaped, greenish-white flowers (to 1” diameter) subtended by pale green bracts bloom at the tips of leafy stems commencing in February. Flowers and bruised foliage are unpleasantly aromatic (foeditus meaning fetid), thus giving rise to a number of somewhat hyperbolic common names for the species including stinking hellebore, stinkwort and dungwort. 

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Helleborus x 'Ballerina Ruffles'

Helleborus x 'Ballerina Ruffles'

Common Name: Ballerina Ruffles Lenten Rose

 Fully 3 inches wide, these flowers are suffused with color and can remain on the plant for 12 weeks or more, from late winter into late spring in most climates. Incredible!

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Helleborus x 'Fluffly Ruffles'

Helleborus x 'Fluffly Ruffles'

Common Name: Fluffly Ruffles Lenten Rose

 These exquisite double flowers range from dark plums to lemony yellows, and bloom for an extended season followed by bold, ground-covering new foliage. 

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Helleborus x 'Ivory Prince'

Helleborus x 'Ivory Prince'

Common Name: Ivory Prince Hellebore

This vigorous new hybrid Hellebore produces many creamy white flowers that display well above the leathery evergreen foliage. 'Ivory Prince' is vegetatively propagated, rather than a seed strain, assuring you will enjoy the outward-facing blooms and the distinctively veined and toothed foliage.

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Helleborus x 'Mango Magic'

Helleborus x 'Mango Magic'

Common Name: Mango Magic Lenten Rose

 Fully 3 inches wide, these flowers are suffused with color and can remain on the plant for 12 weeks or more, from late winter into late spring in most climates. Incredible!

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Helleborus x 'Pink Parachute'

Helleborus x 'Pink Parachute'

Common Name: Pink Parachute Lenten Rose

 Huge 3¾” flowers are the trademark of this pink flowering strain.  Very strong, pencil-width stems carry loads of blossoms from early through mid-spring. The lovely blooms are bright pink with a fine spray of tiny dark pink to wine colored spots on all of the petals.  Most flowers have soft blush pink backs, but others have nicely contrasting white backs, lending a two-tone look to the blooms.

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Helleborus x 'St. Lucia'

Helleborus x 'St. Lucia'

Common Name: St. Lucia Lenten Rose

Hellebores have very early spring blooms and handsome, leathery foliage. Plant in borders or a woodland edge. Give light to moderate shade for best flowering. Tolerant of heat and humidity, and when established, drier conditions. Highly deer resistant

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Helleborus x 'Wedding Ruffles'

Helleborus x 'Wedding Ruffles'

Common Name: Wedding Ruffles Lenten Rose

Wearing traditional white, this spring bride dons a full, ruffled skirt of pristine white petals surrounding a bunch of sunny yellow stamens in the center of each flower.  Each flower is pure white without the muddy green shading that many other white hellebores have.  Once they are spent, the flowers eventually turn solid green. 

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Hemerocallis 'August Frost'

Hemerocallis 'August Frost'

Common Name: August Frost Daylily

As its name implies, 'August Frost' is a late bloomer, usually coming into flower when most daylilies are past their peak, so it is useful for extending the season of interest into late summer in the landscape.  The blossoms remain in good shape all day long despite the temperature extremes that can occur late in the season. 

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Hemerocallis 'Bold Tiger'

Hemerocallis 'Bold Tiger'

Common Name: Bold Tiger Daylily

Tepals are dramatically recurved with nicely ruffled edges. Well-branched scapes with lots of buds make for a long bloom period

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Hemerocallis 'Erin Lea'

Hemerocallis 'Erin Lea'

Common Name: Erin Lea Daylily

Strong, well-branched, heavily budded scapes carry the large 5.5-6" blossoms in midseason.  In our fields, we noted that this cultivar reblooms in late summer, though it is not officially registered as a rebloomer.  Outstanding!

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Hemerocallis 'Fragrant Returns'

Hemerocallis 'Fragrant Returns'

Common Name: Fragrant Returns Re-Blooming Daylily

Extremely popular perennial. Hemerocallis (Daylilies) are adaptable to a wide range of growing conditions and are very easy to grow. Once established, daylilies are very drought and heat tolerant, and are extremely long-lived. Extensive breeding efforts have produced plants of varying heights, flower color, bloom times, and rebloomers. 

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Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns'

Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns'

Common Name: Happy Returns Re-Blooming Daylily

An extremely popular and widely used reblooming daylily 3", fragrant, canary yellow complete self    Tepal edges are slightly crimped Of 'Stella de Oro' parentage, though flowers are slightly larger and a clear lemon yellow instead of gold   Blooms profusely in early summer and reblooms sporadically until frost Extended bloom--flowers last at least 16 hours each    Deep green healthy foliage  Very heat tolerant, but may pause blooming in the hottest parts of summer Diploid Awards: HM '92, MNLA Grower's Choice Award™ '01  

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Hemerocallis 'Hyperion'

Hemerocallis 'Hyperion'

Common Name: Hyperion Daylily

'Hyperion' is a diploid cultivar which features 4" diameter, yellow flowers on naked stems (scapes) typically rising to 36" tall above a clump of arching, linear, blade-like leaves. Individual flowers open for one day. Very fragrant. Blooms mid season (july) Mead, 1925.

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Hemerocallis 'New in Town'

Hemerocallis 'New in Town'

Common Name: New in Time Daylily

The brilliant gold flowers are a great color to blend with other late blooming perennials such as orange and red Heleniums.  And unlike some older daylilies, this one has nice foliage all season long so when it blooms in late summer the leaves still look great. 

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Hemerocallis 'Stephanie Returns'

Hemerocallis 'Stephanie Returns'

Common Name: Stephanie Returns Daylily

4" bicolr blossoms...a blend of light peachy pink, ruffled petals with a narrow, purple eye, radiant yellow throat, purple midribs and reddish veining. 

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Hemerocallis 'The Jury's Out'

Hemerocallis 'The Jury's Out'

Common Name: The Jury's Out Daylily

The sunny yellow, 4.5" flowers are trumpet shaped like ‘Hyperion’ with a small apple green throat and narrow, recurved tepals.  They are produced very late in the daylily season, in late summer, and then rebloom immediately again.  Each flower remains open for at least 16 hours apiece.  The deep green foliage is exemplary. 

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Hemerocallis 'Woodside Romance'

Hemerocallis 'Woodside Romance'

Common Name: Woodside Romance Daylily

This is considered a premium daylily, which means that it has been selected as highly performing plant with exceptional bloom performance, substantive, vibrantly colored flowers, complete winter hardiness in northern zones, and a vigorous habit.

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Hepatica acutiloba

Hepatica acutiloba

Common Name: Sharp-lobed Hepatica

An underused wildflower that is a pure joy in the early spring...revitalizing and invigorating the shade garden.

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Hepatica americana

Hepatica americana

Common Name: Round-lobed Hepatica

TThis is one of the first of the spring wildflowers to emerge (March-April). It is a stemless plant that features large basal leaves with three rounded lobes and light blue to lavender (occasionally white) anemone-like flowers (1/2 to 1” diameter) which appear singly atop hairy naked stalks rising 4-8” tall. Each flower has 6-10 petal-like sepals subtended by three bracts. Flower stalks emerge from a tattered clump of leathery, burgundy-brown leaves from the previous year, with the new leaves emerging only after bloom has occurred. 

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Heptacodium micronoides

Heptacodium micronoides

Common Name: Seven-Son Flower

Early autumn brings the showy flowers, for which the species is named: fragrant, creamy white clusters of seven flowers produced in terminal panicles. Late autumn replaces blooms with spectacular small rounded fruits, each topped with a persistent cherry red or purple calyx.

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Heuchera villosa 'Color Dream'

Heuchera villosa 'Color Dream'

Common Name: Color Dream Coral Bells

One of the best perennials for long-lasting interest. Grown for its attractive foliage. Flowers are loved by hummingbirds.

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Heuchera x 'Blackout'

Heuchera x 'Blackout'

Common Name: Blackout Coral Bells

Excellent vigour, good tolerance of heat as well as sun or shade, traits which make this almost a “grow anywhere” sort of perennial. Trim off any winter-burned leaves in early spring. 

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Heuchera x 'Sashay'

Heuchera x 'Sashay'

Common Name: Sashay Coral Bells

The unique substance and leaf color provide dramatic interest in both landscapes and containers.

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Hexastylis arifolia

Hexastylis arifolia

Common Name: Little Brown Jug

Huge, philodendron like arrow-shaped leaves with variable patterns of silver markings. Quite a dramatic shade loving plant. This native evergreen ginger has upright jug like flowers in great numbers when the clump matures to a diameter of 6-8".

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Hibiscus x 'Ballet Slippers'

Hibiscus x 'Ballet Slippers'

Common Name: Ballet Slippers Rose Mallow

  A polished, upright habit and extremely high bud count with good axillary branching insure that this Hibiscus will have a longer season of color, from late summer through early fall. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than just at the top like some other cultivars. ‘Ballet Slippers’ is the perfect backdrop or centerpiece for sunny borders.    The SUMMERIFIC® trademark is owned by Walters Gardens,

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Hibiscus x 'Kopper King'

Hibiscus x 'Kopper King'

Common Name: Kopper King Rosemallow

 Flowers are light pink with red veining and a bright red central eye. Each flower has a prominent and showy pale yellow tubular central staminal column. Individual flowers last only one day, but one or more flowers usually open each day, in succession, over a long mid-summer to early fall bloom period. Lobed, maple-like leaves are coppery red. Commonly called rose mallow. 

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Hibiscus x 'Lord Baltimore'

Hibiscus x 'Lord Baltimore'

Common Name: Lord Baltimore Rosemallow

  Crimson red flowers with ruffled, slightly overlapping petals. Each flower has a prominent and showy central staminal column. Individual flowers last only one day, but one or more flowers usually open each day, in succession, over a long mid-summer to early fall bloom period. Lobed, medium green leaves on reddish-brown stems.

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Hibiscus x 'Plum Fantasy'

Hibiscus x 'Plum Fantasy'

Common Name: Plum Fantasy Rosemallow

 The dramatic flower color really pops against the super dark green, maple-like foliage which takes on a tint of greyed purple late in the season.  ‘Plum Fantasy’ forms an upright rounded clump in the landscape and makes a fantastic specimen plant for sunny landscapes.

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Hibiscus x 'Summer in Paradise'

Hibiscus x 'Summer in Paradise'

Common Name: Summer in Paradise Rose Mallow

  The large leaves quickly fill in the habit to keep it appearing full and refined. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than only at the top like some older cultivars. Use in place of a shrub in your garden.

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Hippophae rhamnoides

Hippophae rhamnoides

Common Name: Common Sea Buckthorn

Hippophae rhamnoides, commonly called sea buckthorn, is a large, thorny-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub that typically grows to 8-12' tall and as wide. It sometimes grows in tree form, and may reach 20' tall or more in its native habitat. It is native to Europe, Northern Asia and China. It is often found growing in coastal areas, hence the common name. It is particularly noted for producing both willow-like silver-green leaves which are attractive throughout the growing season and long-lasting orange berries on female plants in fall.

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Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'

Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'

Common Name: Abiqua Drinking Gourd Hosta

Dark blue-green, seersuckered leaves with heavy substance display a unique cupped form up to 3 inches deep. Demonstrates good slug resistance. White flowers appear just above the foliage on 22" scapes in early summer. 

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Hosta 'Allan P. McConnell'

Hosta 'Allan P. McConnell'

Common Name: Allen P. McConnell Hosta

Allen P McConnell is a small hosta growing to only 12 inches in height. Plants look great in mass plantings or when used as a border. The small dark green leaves are thinly edged in white.

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Hosta 'Autumn Frost'

Hosta 'Autumn Frost'

Common Name: Autumn Frost Hosta

frosty blue leaves with extra wide bright yellow margins that lightens to a creamy white during the summer.

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Hosta 'Big Daddy'

Hosta 'Big Daddy'

Common Name: Big Daddy Hosta

'Big Daddy’ is a large, blue-leaved hosta that grows in a mound to 28" tall and to 40" wide. It is a sport of H. 'Fortunei Robusta Variegated'. It features round, thick, cupped, rugose, rich blue leaves (to 12" by 11") with mucronate tips and cordate bases.

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Hosta 'Cathedral Windows'

Hosta 'Cathedral Windows'

Common Name: Cathedral Windows Hosta

Large, fragrant, near-white flowers are produced well above the foliage in late summer. Forms a large clump of rounded, bright gold leaves with a very wide, dark green margins.

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Hosta 'Cherry Berry'

Hosta 'Cherry Berry'

Common Name: Cherry Berry Hosta

Violet flowers on extremely bright red scapes produce heavily sought after red seed pods that last well into the fall. 

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Hosta 'El Nino'

Hosta 'El Nino'

Common Name: El Nino Hosta

Displays a crisp white margin around its pointed leaves of good substance   Bell-shaped, lavender flowers are produced in midsummer 

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Hosta 'Empress Wu'

Hosta 'Empress Wu'

Common Name: Empress Wu Hosta

Huge dark green, deeply veined leaves of good substance can measure more than 1 1/2 feet wide and long. Strongly upright habit, forming a very tall and wide clump.

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Hosta 'Fire and Ice'

Hosta 'Fire and Ice'

Common Name: Fire and Ice Hosta

Hosta are among the most popular of perennials for shady areas, with hundreds of varieties now readily available. Plants form sturdy mounds of foliage, topped with lily-like blooms. This spectacular mid-sized selection has white-centered leaves, with a wide streaky dark-green margin. 

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Hosta 'Forbidden Fruit'

Hosta 'Forbidden Fruit'

Common Name: Forbidden Fruit Hosta

Tetraploid sport of ‘Orange Marmalade’, thick leaves with glowing golden yellow center set off by a blue-green border. Lavender flowers.

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Hosta 'Francee'

Hosta 'Francee'

Common Name: Francee Hosta

‘Francee’ is generally considered to be one of the best of the white-margined hostas. It is a sport of H. 'Fortunei Albomarginata'. It typically matures in a dense, arching mound to 21" tall and to 36" wide. Heart-shaped, dark green leaves (to 8" long) have narrow white margins.

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Hosta 'Ginko Craig'

Hosta 'Ginko Craig'

Common Name: Gino Craig Hosta

Narrow, elliptical, dark green leaves have crisp white margins and a bit of grey streaking towards the centers.Forms a low, dense mound making this variety excellent for edging or containers. Medium purple, funnel-shaped flowers appear well above the foliage on 20"-24" scapes in late summer. Tolerates morning sun very well.

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Hosta 'Gold Drop'

Hosta 'Gold Drop'

Common Name: Gold Drop Hosta

A tiny type of hosta is known as 'Gold Drop'. It is a clump-forming with features of heart-shaped, smooth, glowing chartreuse to gold leaves arranged in charming tuft and a fragrant, pale lavender bell-shaped flowers that appears on leafless stems held above the foliage during mid summer.

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Hosta 'Gold Standard'

Hosta 'Gold Standard'

Common Name: Gold Standard Hosta

‘Gold Standard’ is a medium to large hosta that grows in a mound to 22" tall and to 36" wide. It features wide-oval, cordate, seersuckered, yellow leaves (to 8" long and 5" wide) with irregular dark green margins. Leaf centers emerge chartreuse in spring but turn golden yellow as the season progresses. Yellow leaf color may eventually fade to white near the end of the season. 

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Hosta 'Halcyon'

Hosta 'Halcyon'

Common Name: Halcyon Hosta

A popular mid-sized, blue hosta; leaves are frosty blue-green and pointed. A superb grower with thick leaves that demonstrate good slug resistance. Pale blue-violet flowers appear on 28" scapes in midsummer. Attracts both hummingbirds and songbirds

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Hosta 'High Society'

Hosta 'High Society'

Common Name: High Society Hosta

Small sized hosta great for containers or the front of the border. A stunning sport of 'June'. Sport of 'June' with distinctly wider, blue margins. Yellow center brightens to parchment by midsummer. Pale lavender flowers open just above the mound of foliage in late summer. Small and slow growing, but worth the wait; makes a fantastic specimen

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Hosta 'Humpback Whale'

Hosta 'Humpback Whale'

Common Name: Humpback Whale Hosta

Blue-green scapes carry near-white, bell-shaped flowers in early summer. 

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Hosta 'June'

Hosta 'June'

Common Name: June Hosta

A sport of H. 'Halcyon'. Pointed, ovate leaves have distinct, beautiful variegation. Leaves have wide, streaked, blue-green margins and chartreuse centers in spring. Leaf center becomes medium to light gold in summer with enough sun exposure, but will remain chartreuse in full shade. Leaves are of heavy substance and are slug-resistant. Pale bluish-lavender flowers appear on 20" scapes in mid to late summer

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Hosta 'Krossa Regal'

Hosta 'Krossa Regal'

Common Name: Krossa Regal Hosta

'Krossa Regal' is a large to giant hosta (hybrid of H. nigrescens) that typically grows in an upright, vase-shaped (rather than the more typical mounding) habit to 3' tall spreading to 3-6' wide.  G. Krossa and A. Krossa 1980.

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Hosta 'Lakeside Banana Bay'

Hosta 'Lakeside Banana Bay'

Common Name: Lakeside Banana Bay Hosta

Very pretty hosta with bright yellow leaves framed by a wide apple-green border that creates a feather pattern...really a standout. Lavender flowers.

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Hosta 'Lakeside Paisley Print'

Hosta 'Lakeside Paisley Print'

Common Name: Lakeside Paisley Paint Hosta

Its thick substanced leaves make the perfect background for the cream scapes that carry the light lavender flowers in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. 

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Hosta 'Minuteman'

Hosta 'Minuteman'

Common Name: Minuteman Hosta

Minuteman' Hosta is a stunning variety with dark green leaves that are surrounded by a white margin. Minuteman's foliage has good substance and is usually cupped and slightly wavy. 

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Hosta 'Munchkin Fire'

Hosta 'Munchkin Fire'

Common Name: Munchkin Fire Hosta

Lavender flowers appear above the petite habit in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape.  Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.

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Hosta 'Northern Exposure'

Hosta 'Northern Exposure'

Common Name: Northern Exposure Hosta

Huge 13", broadly ovate leaves are blue-green with 2" wide, yellow-green margins that lighten to cream in summer. Leaves are corrugated and of thick substance, making them slug-resistant. White, tubular flowers appear on 42" scapes in early to midsummer, followed by seed pods. 

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Hosta 'Patriot'

Hosta 'Patriot'

Common Name: Patriot Hosta

Ovate leaves have dark green centers and outstanding, crisp white, streaked margins (margins are creamy-yellow in spring). Leaves are of better than average substance, are slightly wavy, and display good sun tolerance. Lavender flowers appear on 30" scapes in midsummer. Attracts both hummingbirds and songbirds. A sport of H. 'Francee'

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Hosta 'Praying Hands'

Hosta 'Praying Hands'

Common Name: Praying Hands Hosta

The cultivar ‘Praying Hands’ is a unique hosta that gets its name from the narrow, tightly folded leaves that resemble hands folded in prayer. Instead of the usual wide, outspread leaves of most hostas, ‘Praying Hands’ has very upright leaves with an odd appearance. This distinctive, medium-sized cultivar — it’s something people either love or hate — is best used as a specimen or interesting vertical accent in the garden, combined with spreading hostas or other mounding perennials. 

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Hosta 'Regal Supreme'

Hosta 'Regal Supreme'

Common Name: Regal Supreme Hosta

Hosta 'Regal Supreme' is a stunning, wide, creamy-edged sport of the popular Hosta 'Krossa Regal' discovered in 2003 by Holland's Jan Hendrik. This amazing plant is possibly a tetraploid version of Hosta 'Tom Schmid'. The 20" tall x 3' wide clump is topped in early summer with giant 6' tall spikes of lavender flowers...a hummingbird tower.

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Hosta 'Reptilian'

Hosta 'Reptilian'

Common Name: Reptilian Hosta

Grows more beautiful every year. Dark green that becomes deeply corrugated with rippling margins. Good growth rate.

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Hosta 'Royal Standard'

Hosta 'Royal Standard'

Common Name: Royal Standard Hosta

'Royal Standard’ is a large hosta. It resulted from a cross between H. plantaginea and H. sieboldiana. It grows in a mound to 26" tall but spreads to 63" wide. Narrow, oval, bright medium green leaves (to 9" by 5") with a satiny sheen have faint marginal undulations, distinctive veining, acute tips and cordate lobes. 

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Hosta 'Snowflakes'

Hosta 'Snowflakes'

Common Name: Snowflakes Hosta

Green, lanceolate leaves, very floriferous. White flowers. Medium green, mat colored. This is a great edger plant

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Hosta 'Sparkler'

Hosta 'Sparkler'

Common Name: Sparkler Hosta

This new sport of Hosta 'Fireworks' PP16062 makes a showy specimen in troughs or other small containers. It forms a miniature sized clump of slender leaves with very narrow, creamy white to white centers and dark green margins that jet into the center. The showy variegation offers terrific contrast. The leaves are of heavy substance, increasing their slug resistance

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Hosta 'Sugar and Cream'

Hosta 'Sugar and Cream'

Common Name: Sugar and Cream Hosta

Savory Shield Award 1985 Best New Hosta AHS Registration: Mark Zilis 1984. 

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Hosta 'Sugar Daddy'

Hosta 'Sugar Daddy'

Common Name: Sugar Daddy Hosta

The clumps are topped with 20" spikes of near white flowers in late spring...simply superb!

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Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

Common Name: Sum and Substance Hosta

Hosta 'Sum and Substance' is an eye-catching variety whose immense chartreuse-green leaves have caught the attention of professional landscapers and gardeners alike. The incredible size, with clumps reaching 3 feet tall x 5 feet across, make Sum and Substance the most impressive and popular gold hosta ever introduced.

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Hosta 'Vanilla Cream'

Hosta 'Vanilla Cream'

Common Name: Vanilla Cream Hosta

The small, creamy yellow mounds of smooth round leaves are topped by lavender flowers on 12" scapes in summer... great as a border hosta, or even in a shady rock garden. - See more at: http://www.plantdelights.com/Hosta-Vanilla-Cream-for-sale/Buy-Hosta/#sthash.V1Ky4Q1a.dpuf

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Humulus lupulus 'Cascade'

Humulus lupulus 'Cascade'

Common Name: Cascade Brewers Hops

A celebrated variety of Hops, 'Cascade' is often used in West Coast-inspired craft beers such as Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.

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Humulus lupulus 'Chinook'

Humulus lupulus 'Chinook'

Common Name: Chinook Brewers Hops

Chinook is a bittering variety with aroma characteristics released in May, 1985. It was bred by crossing a Petham Golding with the USDA 63012 male.A high alpha acid hop with a wonderful herbal, almost smoky character when used as an aromatic during the last few minutes of the boil when dry hoping. Excellent for hopping American-style Pale Ales, especially those brewed to higher gravities. (alpha acid: 12.0-14.0% / beta acid: 3.0-4.0%)

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Humulus lupulus 'Magnum'

Humulus lupulus 'Magnum'

Common Name: Magnum Brewers Hops

Compact female hop rich fruiting species.  The flower color is green.

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

Common Name: Annabelle Hydrangea

A deciduous shrub with a rounded habit that typically grows 3-5’ tall and features flowerheads (to 6” across) consisting mostly of creamy white fertile flowers. One of the easiest and showiest shrubs for the cold northeast.

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Grandiflora'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Grandiflora'

Common Name: Grandiflora Smooth Hydrangea

A deciduous shrub with a rounded habit that typically grows 3-5’ tall and features flowerheads (to 6” across) consisting mostly of creamy white fertile flowers. These flowers are less prone to flopping than H. Annabelle.

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Incrediball'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Incrediball'

Common Name: Incrediball Smooth Hydrangea

Massive flowers bloom in summer, and are held up by very sturdy stems. Very hardy and reliable.

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Hydrangea arborescens 'Riven Lace'

Hydrangea arborescens 'Riven Lace'

Common Name: Riven Lace Smooth Hydrangea

The foliage is extremely distinctive. Leaves are very dark green, heavily lobed and fringed. Flowers are normal for the species, attractive white lacecaps. The plant grows very easily and forms a dense non-flopping upright mound. 

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Baby' Lace'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Baby' Lace'

Common Name: Baby LaceHydrangea

In late July it produces lacy cones of white flowers with a pinkish tinge which go on well into autumn. In common with other Hydrangea paniculata cultivars,  'Baby LAce'' prefers a site in partial shade, with a moist, well drained, acid to neutral soil.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Big Ben'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Big Ben'

Common Name: Big Ben Hydrangea

One of the star performers in the recent RHS trials at Wisley, England. Big conical lacy heads of white flowers which develop pink ray florets as they age. Very popular with pollinating insects.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Bobo'

Common Name: Bobo Hydrangea

The flowers are held upright on strong stems, and continue to grow and lengthen as they bloom.  In fall they can turn pinkish.  It is an undeniable asset to any garden, particularly those in which space is limited.  It won the Gold Florall medal for best novelty plant.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Bokratorch tm'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Bokratorch tm'

Common Name: Mystical Flame Hydrangea

Creamy white panicles are the first of their kind to bloom. Flowers turn burgundy-red once cool weather arrives. Long blooming and smaller in stature for a variety of uses.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Brussels' Lace'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Brussels' Lace'

Common Name: Brussel's LaceHydrangea

In late July it produces lacy cones of white flowers with a pinkish tinge which go on well into autumn. In common with other Hydrangea paniculata cultivars, 'Brussels Lace' prefers a site in partial shade, with a moist, well drained, acid to neutral soil.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Bulk'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Bulk'

Common Name: Quickfire Panicle Hydrangea

Flowers open white then turn pink, and will be an extremely dark rosy-pink in the fall. Quick and easy to grow. The flowers on Quick Fire are not affected by soil pH. They are produced on 'new wood' and will bloom after even the harshest winters. Beautiful for use as a cut (fresh or dried) flower. Plant with 'Little Lamb' and 'Limelight' for months of hydrangea flowers

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Burgundy' Lace'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Burgundy' Lace'

Common Name: Burgundy Lace Hydrangea

In late July it produces lacy cones of white flowers with a pinkish tinge which go on well into autumn. In common with other Hydrangea paniculata cultivars, 'Burgundy Lace' prefers a site in partial shade, with a moist, well drained, acid to neutral soil.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Chantilly Lace'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Chantilly Lace'

Common Name: Chantilly Lace Hydrangea

‘Chantilly Lace’ is a somewhat compact cultivar that typically grows in an upright mound to 5-6’ tall and as wide. Flower panicles (10” by 6”) are a 50-50 mixture of sterile and fertile flowers which open white but mature to pink. This is a late-blooming cultivar which often produces flowers until fall frost.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Dharuma'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Dharuma'

Common Name: Dharuma Hydrangea

Blooms become a pleasing pink in late summer into fall. Attractive, healthy somewhat leathery mid to dark green foliage. An ideal choice for smaller home landscapes.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Dvppinky'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Dvppinky'

Common Name: Pinky Winky Hydrangea

Hydrangea that's hardy to Zone 4, is not bothered by pH, blooms midsummer to frost, and tolerates drought. Massive flower heads, bicolored pink and white, are held upright on strong red stems. The Royal Horticultural Society conducted a 5-year trial of 47 varieties of Hydrangea paniculata, and Pinky Winky was one of just 10 given their highest rating, an Award of Garden Merit. Imagine this as a flowering hedge. A Proven Winners®/Color Choice® variety. PP 16,166

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Fire Light'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Fire Light'

Common Name: Fire Light Panicle Hydrangea

Fire Light™ is a new cold-hardy Hydrangea paniculata that displays large red and white flower heads in midsummer and blooms reliably regardless of climate. Fire Light™ makes an impressive display, reaching up to 6 feet high and wide, boasting 12- to 16-inch blooms held upright on strong red stems that will not droop.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora Compacta'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora Compacta'

Common Name: Compact Panicle Hydrangea

Dark green leaves and an all around mounded habit make it perfect for most landscapes.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Greenspire'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Greenspire'

Common Name: Greenspire Hydrangea

Vigorous, open to half open panicle. There are many of this style. No pink at maturity. Flowering from late July to late September. 2

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Hydrangea paniculata 'HYPMAD I'

Hydrangea paniculata 'HYPMAD I'

Common Name: White Diamonds Hydrangea

Works well in dried arrangements. Part shade to full sun, prefers average, moist soil; blooms on new wood; heat and drought resistant; benefits with layer of mulch to moderate soil temperature.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Kyushu'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Kyushu'

Common Name: Kyushu Hydrangea

In 1926, softwood cuttings were taken by Captain Collingwood Ingram from a slope on a sacred volcano on Aso-San in Kyushu, Japan. He then gave cuttings to Robert and Jelana de Belder of the Kalmthout Arboretum in Belgium, where it was then distinguished and distributed as a cultivar 'Kyushu' named after Kyushu, Japan.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Le Vasterival'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Le Vasterival'

Common Name: Great Star Hydrangea

The origin of Hydrangea Great Star™ goes back to theVasterival Gardens in Varangeville-sur-Mer, a few miles west of Dieppe in Normandy, France where the plant was found in the garden of Princess Sturdza, a self-taught and internationally renowned gardener.  Since 1955, Princess Sturdza grew more than 10,000 species and plant varieties creating a beautiful garden with varying interest all year long. Le Vasterival is "a very special garden that attracts and fascinates amateur gardeners as well as the most renowned botanists and horticulturalists."

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Limelight'

Common Name: Limelight Hydrangea

An exciting hardy Hydrangea from Holland, 'Limelight' has unique bright chartreuse blooms in mid-summer that hold bright and refreshing color right into autumn when the blooms change color to a rich deep pink. The autumn display of chartreuse and pink blooms on the same plant is breathtaking! 

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Limelight'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Limelight'

Common Name: Little Limelight Hydrangea

Little Lime hydrangea is small enough to grow in containers and also stands out as a bold mass planting. Its bright bloom coloration makes it an excellent choice for cut flower gardens and can be used fresh or dried. This reliable performer blooms on new wood, so a quick trim in late winter or early spring will encourage fresh growth and an abundance of buds. Like most hardy hydrangeas, it is hardy to Zone 3 and does best in full sun or part shade.! 

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Quickfire'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Little Quickfire'

Common Name: Little Quickfire Panicle Hydrangea

This is a dwarf form of the popular Quick Fire(tm) hydrangea. Like Quick Fire, it is early blooming, flowering about a month before other hydrangeas.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Mega Pearl'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Mega Pearl'

Common Name: Mega PearlHydrangea

Hydrangea paniculata 'Mega Pearl', sports huge elongated flower panicles that open white, and then turn a light pink towards the end of the flowering period. Mega Pearl is another candidate for full sun or partial shade and well drained soils

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Phantom'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Phantom'

Common Name: Phantom Hydrangea

The stem has great quality, very stiff, supporting panicles well. Performed consistently well throughout trials. A marvellous plant which supersedes ‘Grandiflora’. Slightly rounder panicles than ‘Grandiflora’ with a beautiful yellow tip.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Diamond'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Diamond'

Common Name: Pink Diamond Hydrangea

Distinctive, attractive pink flushing developing around the margin of the cream sterile florets, handsome broadleaf. Benefits from hard pruning, producing larger panicles than unpruned plant.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Lady'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Pink Lady'

Common Name: Pink Lady Hydrangea

Distinctive, attractive pink flushing developing around the margin of the cream sterile florets, handsome broadleaf. Benefits from hard pruning, producing larger panicles than unpruned plant.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Silver Dollar'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Silver Dollar'

Common Name: Silver Dollar Hydrangea

 Rounded panicle blooms open white and mature with soft pink and lime tones, dark green foliage plus strong stems creates good upright plant form. Our experience suggests plant will be more modest size-wise at maturity. Like all 'panics', climatic tolerance is very broad - easily winter hardy from zones 3 to 8 - and happy in full sun although it slao will tolerate same light shade.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Skylight'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Skylight'

Common Name: Skylight Hydrangea

Excellent half open panicles of very good quality, clean, white florets. Flowering from mid July toearly October. 1

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Summer Princess'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Summer Princess'

Common Name: Summer Princess Hydrangea

Compact growth habit, very dark green foliage, one of the earliest blooming paniculatas.  From the North Central Regional Plant Introduction Center.  Currently under evaluation. 

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Unique'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Unique'

Common Name: UniqueHydrangea

'Unique' bears 8-inch-long white flower heads that fade to pinkish white. It is similar to, but more vigorous than, Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora'. The cultivar name refers to the shape of the flower heads; they are broad at the base and rounded at the tip.  

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Webb'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Webb'

Common Name: Webb Hydrangea

Precocious flowerer even when quite small. Flowers fade to pink -very impressive here. 

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Hydrangea paniculata 'White Moth'

Hydrangea paniculata 'White Moth'

Common Name: White Moth Hydrangea

Like other Hydrangea, 'White Moth' preforms better when pruned heavily in the spring. Will get to be 5-8' tall if left unpruned.

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Hydrangea paniculata 'Wm's Red'

Hydrangea paniculata 'Wm's Red'

Common Name: Fire and Ice Panicle Hydrangea

An early blooming, heat tolerant selection with attractive greenish-red foliage all season.

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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Pee Wee'

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Pee Wee'

Common Name: Pee Wee Oakleaf Hydrangea

Elongated, pyramidal panicles of mostly sterile flowers appear in early summer and bloom for 6-8 weeks. Flowers emerge white, gradually fade to pink and turn brown by late summer with good persistence of the brown seed panicles into winter.

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Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snow Queen'

Hydrangea quercifolia 'Snow Queen'

Common Name: Snow Queen Oakleaf Hydrangea

This oakleaf hydrangea cultivar is an upright, stoloniferous, deciduous shrub with a broad, rounded habit that typically grows 4-6' tall. Features elongated, conical clusters (4-12" long) of mostly sterile, white flowers which slowly turn pinkish purple with age. 

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Hydrastis canadensis

Hydrastis canadensis

Common Name: GoldSeal

Greenish white, apetalous flower with prominent whitish stamens. Flowers bloom in spring, and give way to attractive but inedible scarlet red berries.

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Hypericum kalmianum 'Ames'

Hypericum kalmianum 'Ames'

Common Name: Ames Kalms St. Johnswort

Five-petaled, golden yellow flowers (1.5-inch diameter) in 3- to 7-flowered cymes bloom in mid to late summer (July-August). Each flower has five styles and a distinctive center boss of yellow stamens. Flowers give way to beaked, oval, brown seed capsules that mature in fall and often persist on the shrub until spring. Leaves are dotted with tiny glands.

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Iberis 'Absolutely Amethyst'

Iberis 'Absolutely Amethyst'

Common Name: Absolutely Amethyst Candytuft

ABSOLUTELY AMETHYST is noted for being the first non-white flowered perennial candytuft. As the trade name suggests, the flowers are amethyst. Four-petaled flowers in terminal clusters bloom often profusely in spring (May) over dark green leaves.

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Ilex verticillata 'Goldfinch'

Ilex verticillata 'Goldfinch'

Common Name: Goldfinch Winterberry

True gold (not orange) fruited winterberry, spectacular contrast with red fruited varieties.

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Iris cristata

Iris cristata

Common Name: Dwarf Crested Iris

This dwarf crested iris is a low-growing, rapidly spreading plant that typically grows to 3-6” tall. It features pale blue, lilac or lavender iris flowers with gold crests on the falls. Flowers are borne on very short stems, often appearing nearly stemless.

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Iris ensata 'Crystal Halo'

Iris ensata 'Crystal Halo'

Common Name: Crystal Halo Japanese Iris

'Crystal Halo' produces huge, deep purple, 5-6" flowers with white edging, dark purple veins and wide overlapping petals. The blooms arrive in early July over vigorous clumps of mid-green sword-like foliage.

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Iris ensata 'Fortune'

Iris ensata 'Fortune'

Common Name: Fortune Japanese Iris

Imperial Magic Japanese Iris is an herbaceous perennial with tall flower stalks held atop a low mound of foliage. Its medium texture blends into the garden, but can always be balanced by a couple of finer or coarser plants for an effective composition.

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Iris ensata 'Imperial Magic'

Iris ensata 'Imperial Magic'

Common Name: Imperial Magic Japanese Iris

Imperial Magic Japanese Iris is an herbaceous perennial with tall flower stalks held atop a low mound of foliage. Its medium texture blends into the garden, but can always be balanced by a couple of finer or coarser plants for an effective composition.

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Iris ensata 'Pink Lady'

Iris ensata 'Pink Lady'

Common Name: Pink Lady Japanese Iris

Japanese iris or Japanese water iris is a rhizomatous beardless perennial iris that grows in slowly expanding clumps to 2-4’ tall. Sword-shaped, linear green leaves (to 24” long) have prominent midribs. Flowers (typically 3-6” across) have a distinctively flattened appearance. 

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Iris ensata 'Variegata'

Iris ensata 'Variegata'

Common Name: Variegata Japanese Iris

Unlike the Tall Bearded Iris, the beardless Japanese Iris has a flat bloom, narrower leaves, and smaller, more compact rhizomes. They have the largest flowers of all irises, and make wonderful spring accents for the edge of water gardens.  Japanese irises are the latest to bloom, about a month after the Siberian irises.

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Iris germanica 'Badlands'

Iris germanica 'Badlands'

Common Name: Badlands German Irs

The Badlands Bearded Iris makes a dramatic statement with heavily-ruffled petals. The dark purple color looks almost like black velvet

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Iris germanica 'Batik'

Iris germanica 'Batik'

Common Name: Batik German Irs

Wildly irregular spattered and streaked with white markings give each royal purple flower its own distinctive look. Its habit is rather tall and its flowers large for a border bearded.

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Iris germanica 'Blue Suede Shoes'

Iris germanica 'Blue Suede Shoes'

Common Name: Blue Suede Shoes German Irs

The standards and falls are a ruffled deep navy blue.  The beards are yellow.  There are 8 to 10 double and triple socketed buds per each stem.  Blue Suede Shoes blooms midseason to late on 39” stems, and it is reblooming.

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Iris germanica 'Fit for a King'

Iris germanica 'Fit for a King'

Common Name: Fit for a King German Irs

Regally rich purple and lavender. Mid-season. 36" tall.

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Iris germanica 'Gold Galore'

Iris germanica 'Gold Galore'

Common Name: Gold Galore German Irs

Crisp gold, sunfast, white spot at yellow-orange beards, fragrant.  Threen branches plus spur, double socketed, 6 to 8 buds.  Truly a prize winner."

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Iris germanica 'Hemstitched'

Iris germanica 'Hemstitched'

Common Name: Hemstitched German Irs

Hemstitched is a classic re-bloomer in blue and white. Wide white petals rimmed in frothy blue

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Iris germanica 'Immortality'

Iris germanica 'Immortality'

Common Name: Immortality German Irs

Large lustrous flowers accented with fuzzy yellow beards in early summer and again in late summer/fall. Fragrant.

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Iris germanica 'Indigo Seas'

Iris germanica 'Indigo Seas'

Common Name: Indigo Seas German Irs

The flowers and stems are both robust and sturdy, withstanding adverse weather handily. Blooms on strong 38-inch stems over a long period mid to late season.

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Iris germanica 'Poem of Ecstasy'

Iris germanica 'Poem of Ecstasy'

Common Name: Poem of Ecstasy German Irs

Described as a dependable bloomer year after year, this pastel colored bicolor will grace your garden with its large, romantic colored blossoms in midseason (late spring to early summer). 

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Iris germanica 'Sunny Glow'

Iris germanica 'Sunny Glow'

Common Name: Sunny Glow German Irs

Iris 'Sunny Glow' is an orange border bearded iris with a slight pink glow to the standards and very bright tangerine beards. It grows to 26" tall and flowers early in the season, right after the dwarfs are finishing.

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Iris sibirica 'Butter and Sugar'

Iris sibirica 'Butter and Sugar'

Common Name: Butter and Sugar Siberian Iris

Siberian irises are haled for their elegant, delicate flowers and disease resistance. They perform admirably in the sunny to partially shady garden, but need plenty of water throughout the season to continue looking their best. In naturalized settings, they are particularly effective around water features.

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Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother'

Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother'

Common Name: Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris

Siberian irises are haled for their elegant, delicate flowers and disease resistance. They perform admirably in the sunny to partially shady garden, but need plenty of water throughout the season to continue looking their best. In naturalized settings, they are particularly effective around water features.

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Iris sibirica 'Contrast in Styles'

Iris sibirica 'Contrast in Styles'

Common Name: Contrast in Styles Siberian Iris

Siberian irises are haled for their elegant, delicate flowers and disease resistance. They perform admirably in the sunny to partially shady garden, but need plenty of water throughout the season to continue looking their best. In naturalized settings, they are particularly effective around water features.

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Iris sibirica 'Silver Edge'

Iris sibirica 'Silver Edge'

Common Name: Silver Edge Siberian Iris

Siberian irises are haled for their elegant, delicate flowers and disease resistance. They perform admirably in the sunny to partially shady garden, but need plenty of water throughout the season to continue looking their best. In naturalized settings, they are particularly effective around water features.

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Itea virginica 'Merlot'

Itea virginica 'Merlot'

Common Name: Merlot Virginia Sweetspire

Itea virginica "Merlot," commonly known as Virginia sweetspire "Merlot," is native to the eastern United States, but it thrives anywhere within United States.

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Itea virginica 'Morton'

Itea virginica 'Morton'

Common Name: Scarlet Beauty Sweetpire

Virginia sweetspire is an attractive shrub native to the southeastern United States.

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Jeffersonia diphylla

Jeffersonia diphylla

Common Name: Twinleaf

It is a clump-forming plant that typically grows to 8” tall when in flower in early spring, but continues to grow thereafter eventually reaching 18” tall by the time its fruit ripens. Features long-stemmed, blue-green basal leaves (to 6” long) which are deeply divided into two lobes that give the appearance of being two separate leaves, hence the common name.

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Juniperus chinensis 'Robusta Green'

Juniperus chinensis 'Robusta Green'

Common Name: Robusta Green Upright Juniper

A wonderfully unique and acrhitectural shrub with an irregular upright form, rich green foliage that's unusually tousled in clumps and bountiful dusty blue cones; quite slow growing, unique form is ideal for making a statement in the garden

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Juniperus chinensis 'Trautman'

Juniperus chinensis 'Trautman'

Common Name: Trautman's Upright Juniper

A narrow columnar evergreen shrub, makes a great accent or articulation plant in home landscapes; interesting blue-green needle-like foliage and extraordinary, large silver-blue berries; a very versatile landscape plant, needs full sun

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Juniperus communis var. depressa 'AmiDak'

Juniperus communis var. depressa 'AmiDak'

Common Name: Blueberry Delight Common Juniper

It features an abundance of magnificent cones that look like blueberries from late spring right through to late winter. Birds go crazy for them.  Perfect for massing in the landscape. Deer resistant. Provides outstanding cover for wildlife. 

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Juniperus communis var. depressa 'ReeDak'

Juniperus communis var. depressa 'ReeDak'

Common Name: Copper Delight Common Juniper

This dense, slightly mounded evergreen will provide color interest year round thanks to its attractive, light green foliage that transitions to coppery-bronze in the fall, particularly on new growth.

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Juniperus viriginana 'Blue Arrow'

Juniperus viriginana 'Blue Arrow'

Common Name: Blue Arrow Upright Juniper

A narrow, upright, columnar, and compact branching juniper. Great for screening or hedging, this bright steel blue juniper will reach a height of 15-20 feet with a spread of 2-4 feet.

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Kolkwitzia amabilis

Kolkwitzia amabilis

Common Name: Beautybush

Flowers are followed by capsule-like fruits that usually persist on the plants. Broad-ovate dark green leaves (to 3” long) turn an undistinguished yellow in fall. Exfoliating bark on mature stems provides some winter interest.

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Lamium maculatum 'Anne Greenaway'

Lamium maculatum 'Anne Greenaway'

Common Name: Anne Greenaway Dead Nettle

grows up to 8 inches tall and 18 inches wide and is topped with lilac-mauve flowers in late spring. The stems root where they touch the soil, so it's easy to lift and transplant rooted stems to increase your stand. It makes a nice groundcover in a shady garden around ferns, hostas, heucheras, or geraniums.

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Lamium maculatum 'Purple Dragon'

Lamium maculatum 'Purple Dragon'

Common Name: Purple Dragon Dead Nettle

grows up to 8 inches tall and 18 inches wide and is topped with lilac-mauve flowers in late spring. The stems root where they touch the soil, so it's easy to lift and transplant rooted stems to increase your stand. It makes a nice groundcover in a shady garden around ferns, hostas, heucheras, or geraniums.

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Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy'

Lamium maculatum 'White Nancy'

Common Name: White Nancy Dead Nettle

Features oval, variegated silvery-white leaves with greenish margins. Clusters of small, hooded, white flowers (typical mint family shape) appear at stem ends in late spring to early summer.

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Larix decidua 'Horstmann's Recurva'

Larix decidua 'Horstmann's Recurva'

Common Name: Contorted European Larch

Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 8' tall x 4' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. USDA zone 2.

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Larix decidua 'Pendula'

Larix decidua 'Pendula'

Common Name: Weeping European Larch

Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 8' tall x 4' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. USDA zone 2.

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Larix kaempferi 'Diana'

Larix kaempferi 'Diana'

Common Name: Diana Japanese Larch

Native to Japanese forests, this form grows fast and upright in a pyramid shape. It's a traditional subject for bonsai.

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Larix laricina

Larix laricina

Common Name: Tamarax, Eastern Larch

American larch or tamarack is a slender-trunked, conical tree, 50-75 ft. tall, with bright green, deciduous needles. The glossy needles appear in remarkably soft tufts in early spring. Deciduous tree with straight, tapering trunk and thin, open, conical crown of horizontal branches; a shrub at timberline. In autumn they color golden-yellow before falling to the ground.

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Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

Larix laricina 'Deborah Waxman'

Common Name: Deborah Waxman Larch

The flowers are not ornamentally significant. The rose fruits are held in cones in late spring. The rough gray bark and gold branches add an interesting dimension to the landscape.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Alaska'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Alaska'

Common Name: Alaska Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower. Formerly known as Chrysanthemum maximum 'Alaska.' This is one of the most popular selections, and perhaps the best for colder regions.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Becky'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Becky'

Common Name: Becky Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower. 

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Polaris'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Polaris'

Common Name: Polaris Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.  Coarsely-toothed, lance-shaped, medium green leaves (basal leaves to 12” long). Blooms most of the summer. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Sonnenschein'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Sonnenschein'

Common Name: Sunshine Shasta Daisy

A yellow daisy! Huge pale lemon-yellow daisies with golden-yellow centers measure 3-5 inches across. The yellow color is more evident in younger flowers and is best preserved with some afternoon shade.

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Leucanthemum superbum 'Thomas Killen'

Leucanthemum superbum 'Thomas Killen'

Common Name: Thomas Killen Shasta Daisy

 Long mid to late summer bloom period. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower. 

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Lewisia longipetala 'Little Peach'

Lewisia longipetala 'Little Peach'

Common Name: Little Peach Bitterroot

This is a gorgeous little evergreen alpine has wonderful powers of survival, thanks to its deep tap root. Long flowering season with a second in the Fall.

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Liatris aspera

Liatris aspera

Common Name: Rough Blazing Star

The button-like flowers are attractive to butterflies – Swallowtails, Monarch, Sulphurs, Hairstreaks, Fritillaries, Painted Lady, Red Admiral – depending on what butterflies are in your area, they're likely to visit this plant along with hummingbirds and other pollinators.

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Ligularia 'Bottle Rocket'

Ligularia 'Bottle Rocket'

Common Name: Bottle Rocket Ligularia

Very compact compared to other varieties of Ligularia, Bottle Rocket reaches just 2 feet tall until midsummer, when giant foot-long bloomspikes arise to dazzle! Butterflies and hummingbirds find these blooms irresistible, and so will you -- they light up the shade magnificently!

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Ligularia dentata 'BBQ Banana'

Ligularia dentata 'BBQ Banana'

Common Name: BBQ Banana Ragwort

Impressive plants with large kidney shaped leaves. Flowers on Ligularia Little Rocket and Ligularia The Rocket are tall spikes high above the foliage. The others are loaded with daisy-like flowers. Interesting foliage color on each variety. Needs constant moisture for best performance.

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Ligularia dentata 'Othello'

Ligularia dentata 'Othello'

Common Name: Othello Ragwort

 Yellow-orange, daisy-like flowers (2-4" across) appear in summer in loose-branched corymbs atop thick, mostly leafless stems rising above the foliage typically to 2-3' tall. Petioles, veins, flower stalks and lower leaf surfaces of this cultivar are distinctively reddish-purple.

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Ligularia dentata 'Twilight'

Ligularia dentata 'Twilight'

Common Name: Twilight Ligularia

Very compact compared to other varieties of Ligularia.

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Ligularia stenocephela 'The Rocket'

Ligularia stenocephela 'The Rocket'

Common Name: The Rocket Ligularia

Small, bright, lemon yellow, daisy-like flowers (1" across) appear in dense racemes (18-24" long) in mid-summer atop thick, purplish, alternately-leafed flower spikes towering above the foliage to 4'

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Ligularia x 'Dragon Wings'

Ligularia x 'Dragon Wings'

Common Name: Dragon Wings Ligularia

The dramatic, leathery leaves are 12 inches across and deeply cut like a snowflake or the wings of a mythical creature. Yellow summer flowers in slender, dense racemes. The leaves and flower spikes have dark purple stems that add to the drama.

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Lilium oriental 'Casa Blanca'

Lilium oriental 'Casa Blanca'

Common Name: Casa Blanca White Oriental Lily

Blooms in mid-summer on rigid stems rising 3-4' tall. Flowers are very fragrant. Excellent fresh cut flower.

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Lilium oriental 'Mona Lisa'

Lilium oriental 'Mona Lisa'

Common Name: Mona Lisa Pink Oriental Lily

Oriental Lilies are long lived, and they will increase in number year after year. They are ideal for summer bouquets because of their heavenly fragrance. Oriental lilies display huge flowers that are richly colored and are borne on long stems. Use them in flower borders or in your own cutting garden.

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Lilium oriental 'Star Gazer'

Lilium oriental 'Star Gazer'

Common Name: Star GazerPink Oriental Lily

Oriental Lilies are long lived, and they will increase in number year after year. They are ideal for summer bouquets because of their heavenly fragrance. Oriental lilies display huge flowers that are richly colored and are borne on long stems. Use them in flower borders or in your own cutting garden.

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Lilium speciosum 'Black Beauty'

Lilium speciosum 'Black Beauty'

Common Name: Black Beauty Lily

This is a floriferous mid-summer bloomer (20-50 blooms per mature plant). Good fresh cut flower.

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Lilium speciosum var. rubrum

Lilium speciosum var. rubrum

Common Name: Rubrum Lily

The Japanese or Rubrum Lilies are later to bloom than other types, with intoxicatingly fragrant, nodding star-shaped flowers that are superb for cutting. Petals are a ruby red and soft pink combination.

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Lilium superbum

Lilium superbum

Common Name: TURK'S CAP LILY

Elliptic to lance-shaped leaves (to 6" long) are arranged in whorls around the stems. Downward-facing, nodding, Turk's cap-type, orange flowers (2.5 to 4" wide) with greenish throats are densely-spotted with maroon. Sharply-reflexed sepals and petals curve backward to touch at the stem thus forming a "Turk's cap". Flowers appear in a loose inflorescence atop upright stems in early to mid summer.

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Lilium x OT 'Conca d'OR'

Lilium x OT 'Conca d'OR'

Common Name: Conca d'Or Hybrid Yellow Lily

'Conca D'or' is a vigorous, bulbous perennial with erect stems bearing linear, spirally-arranged, dark green leaves and, in summer, large, fragrant, yellow flowers with pale yellow to white edges.

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Limonium latifolium

Limonium latifolium

Common Name: Sea Lavender

Plants will produce a number of stems, and the overall effect is billowing and delicate. Very tolerant of hot, dry sites once established. Dislikes being moved or divided. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. To dry, stems should be cut just as the flowers begin to open, and hung upside down in a warm, dark place.

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Lindera benzoin

Lindera benzoin

Common Name: Spicebush, Wild All Spice

Dioecious (male and female flowers on separate plants), with the male flowers being larger and showier than the female ones. Flowers of female plants give way to bright red drupes (to 1/2" long) which mature in fall and are attractive to birds.

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Liriodendron tulipifera

Liriodendron tulipifera

Common Name: Tuliptree

 Fast growing tree suitable for urban planting, specimen and for shade. A member of the vast Magnolia family. Not happy when growing in full shade. Not fully hardy in the Connecticut River Valley, but worth a shot as there are many isolated specimens growing throughout the valley.

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Liriodendron tulipifers

Liriodendron tulipifers

Common Name: Tuliptree

Pyramidal when young, rounded when mature. Leaves turn golden yellow in fall. Tulip-shaped summer flowers followed by interesting fruit.

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Lobelia cardinalis

Lobelia cardinalis

Common Name: Cardinal Flower

Lobelias are not true perennials, because the flowering stem and its associated roots die after setting seed. They are perennial in effect only because new offsets grow from the axils of the lowermost leaves and quickly put down their own abundant white roots.

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Lobelia x spec. 'Fan Blue'

Lobelia x spec. 'Fan Blue'

Common Name: Fan Blue Cardinal Flower

Lobelia is an excellent border plant for moist locations and is a hummingbird magnet. It also attracts butterflies and swallowtails

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Lonicera caerula 'Blue Belle'

Lonicera caerula 'Blue Belle'

Common Name: Blue Belle Honeyberry

Hardy to -40F when fully dormant. Sometimes called Edible Honeysuckle. Plants do not like to grow in very wet soil.  Plant in areas where there is good drainage.

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Lonicera caerula 'var. edulis'

Lonicera caerula 'var. edulis'

Common Name: Honeyberry

Hardy to -40F when fully dormant. Sometimes called Edible Honeysuckle. Plants do not like to grow in very wet soil.  Plant in areas where there is good drainage.

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Lonicera pericylmenum 'Scentsation'

Lonicera pericylmenum 'Scentsation'

Common Name: Scentsation Vine

The flowers are bright yellow and so showy, bringing bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds into the garden by the dozen. They begin in mid-spring on this twining shrub and continue in waves all through summer and into fall. 

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Caprilia Imperial'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Caprilia Imperial'

Common Name: Peaches and Cream Trumpet Vine

A unique new compact Honeysuckle with exotic pink and white bicolor florets make this small vine or shrub a garden focal point.  The buds emerge deep magenta before opening fully to reveal the pink, white and magenta colored flowers. 

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler'

Common Name: Major Wheeler Trumpet Vine

A mildew-free native honeysuckle, 'Major Wheeler' is the best selection of Lonicera sempervirens we know.

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Monul'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Monul'

Common Name: Berries Jubilee Trumpet Vine

Spectacular color from fragrant yellow flowers followed by profusion of bright red berries. Use to cover eaves, arbors, walls. Great plant for attracting birds.

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Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet'

Lonicera x brownii 'Dropmore Scarlet'

Common Name: Dropmore Scarlet Vine

Lonicera x brownii ‘Dropmore Scarlet’, the Scarlet trumpet honeysuckle, is a vigorous climbing deciduous or semi-evergreen honeysuckle with clusters of flamboyant bright scarlet flowers (sadly not scented) from early summer to autumn.

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Lupinus 'Blue'

Lupinus 'Blue'

Common Name: Bluer Lupine

The ‘Gallery Series’ hybrids were developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest. As these are biennial or short-lived perennials, allow some plants to set seed for future generations, or trim back hard after flowering is over. Flower spikes are great for cutting.

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Lupinus Lupinus 'The Governor'

Lupinus Lupinus 'The Governor'

Common Name: The Governor Lupine

Developed by George Russell, an English plantsman, these stately, June blooming hybrids present one of the longest and most spectacular floral parades at that time

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Maackia amurensis

Maackia amurensis

Common Name: Amur Maackia

Upright racemes of small creamcolored flowers appear in July, a time when few other trees are blooming. Amur maackia’s bark is slightly exfoliating with handsome shades of copper and tan. It is especially striking when backlit. The tree is almost completely free of insects and disease making it one of the most trouble-free trees for the northeast.

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Magnolia 'Crescendo'

Magnolia 'Crescendo'

Common Name: Crescendo Magnolia

 Huge pink flowers emerge from pussywillow-like flower buds to create a “crescendo” effect. Zone 5.

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Magnolia 'Gold Cup'

Magnolia 'Gold Cup'

Common Name: Gold Cup Magnolia

Very heavy textured flowers of deep yellow colour.

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Magnolia 'Lemonade'

Magnolia 'Lemonade'

Common Name: Lemonade Magnolia

 A precocious bloomer whose smooth light butter-yellow flowers are displayed prior to the emergence of the attractive, healthy dark green foliage.

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Magnolia 'Purple Star Power'

Magnolia 'Purple Star Power'

Common Name: Purple Star Power Magnolia

Numerous, cheerful, colorful blooms of rich purple with ivory interiors. About 150 nice blossoms on the parent tree when it was 7' tall, each with 6 to 8 tepals.

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Magnolia 'Red Baron'

Magnolia 'Red Baron'

Common Name: Red Baron Magnolia

Large blossoms of rich rose-red with white interiors. Strong growing upright clone.

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Magnolia 'Whispering Pink'

Magnolia 'Whispering Pink'

Common Name: Whispering Pink Magnolia

Abundant spring blossoms all the way down the sides of the plant to its base. Very soft pink outer tepals with a rose-pink outer stripe blending lighter towards tepal edge and soft pink whispered undertones.

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Magnolia stellata 'Kikuzaki'

Magnolia stellata 'Kikuzaki'

Common Name: Kikuzaki Magnolia

Slight pink blush over the flower when it first opens turns to pure white.

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Magnolia stellata 'Pink Stardust'

Magnolia stellata 'Pink Stardust'

Common Name: Pink Stardust Star Magnolia

Spectacular flowers, which open deep pink and mature to light pink, are exceptionally full with almost twice as many petals per flower as other varieties.

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Magnolia x 'Burgundy Star'

Magnolia x 'Burgundy Star'

Common Name: Magnolia Burgundy Star

Unrivaled color and delicate fragrance are what sets this magnolia apart from the other varieties.

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Magnolia x 'Butterflies'

Magnolia x 'Butterflies'

Common Name: Magnolia Butterflies

These blooms appear before the leaves and are one of the thrills of spring. Magnolia 'Butterflies' matures to a large specimen with time. 

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Magnolia x 'Elizabeth'

Magnolia x 'Elizabeth'

Common Name: Magnolia Elizabeth

It makes an outstanding specimen tree in a sunny spot where it can develop a symmetrical crown. Grows to 20 feet and 15 wide. Magnolia buds and flowers are susceptible to late spring frost 

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Magnolia x 'Jane'

Magnolia x 'Jane'

Common Name: Magnolia Jane

‘Jane’ is primarily noted for its shrubby habit, large reddish-purple flowers with white interiors and late bloom (mid-April to early May). It is a slow-growing, deciduous shrub or small tree that typically rises over time to 10-15’ tall with a spread to 8-12’ wide.

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Magnolia x 'Roseanne'

Magnolia x 'Roseanne'

Common Name: Magnolia Roseanne

 The glossy, wrinkled foliage is also distinctive

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Magnolia x 'Yellow Bird'

Magnolia x 'Yellow Bird'

Common Name: Magnolia Yellow Bird

It is an upright pyramidal deciduous tree or large shrub that matures to as much as 40’ tall over time. Goblet-shaped, yellow flowers (to 3”) bloom in spring as the new leaves emerge.

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Magnolia x loebneri 'Ballerina'

Magnolia x loebneri 'Ballerina'

Common Name: Ballerina Magnolia

Noted for its large white flowers that are blushed with pink. It produces its fragrant, star-like white flowers (4-6” wide) in early spring before the foliage

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Magnolia x loebneri 'Elegant Spring'

Magnolia x loebneri 'Elegant Spring'

Common Name: Elegant Spring Magnolia

Stylish, elegant ivory blossoms with inner hints of soft pink. Very appealing classic, fragrant flowers with 24 tepals.

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Magnolia x loebneri 'Encore'

Magnolia x loebneri 'Encore'

Common Name: Encore Magnolia

Pure white multi-petalled (20-25) flowers open in succession from soft pink buds, thus extending the spring flowering period

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Magnolia x loebneri 'White Rose'

Magnolia x loebneri 'White Rose'

Common Name: White Rose Magnolia

A seedling selection of Magnolia 'Ballerina' whose neatly tailored, fragrant pure white flowers in early spring have multiple tepals for a look reminiscent of small gardenias or roses.

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Malus 'Adams'

Malus 'Adams'

Common Name: Adams Crabapple

The foliage may develop good orange-red fall color. The tree produces 1/2- to 3/4-inch diameter glossy red fruits with blood-red pulp. Fruits hang on the tree into winter and attract birds.

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Malus 'Candymint'

Malus 'Candymint'

Common Name: Candymint Crabapple

The fruits are showy deep purple pomes carried in abundance from early to mid fall.The brick red stems can be quite attractive....

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Malus 'Centennial'

Malus 'Centennial'

Common Name: Centennial Apple

Short storage life. Very hardy.

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Malus 'Chestnut'

Malus 'Chestnut'

Common Name: Chestnut Crabapple

Medium storage life. Hardy.

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Malus 'Cotton Candy'

Malus 'Cotton Candy'

Common Name: Cotton Candy Crabapple

A small rounded tree reaching approximately 12' in height at maturity. Dark green leaves exhibit excellent disease resistance. Non-persistent, deep yellow fruit is 1/2" 

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Malus 'Cranberry Lace'

Malus 'Cranberry Lace'

Common Name: Cranberry Lace Crabapple

Semi-double to double deep carmine-rose to deep pink mixed with lighter pink flowers are abundantly produced on short spur growth. Unusually heavy production of attractive 1/3" deep red fruits.

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Malus 'Dolgo'

Malus 'Dolgo'

Common Name: Dolgo Crabapple

The blossom is plain white but borne in profusion early in the season, making Dolgo an excellent pollinator for all early-flowering apple varieties.

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Malus 'Donald Wyman'

Malus 'Donald Wyman'

Common Name: Donald Wyman Crabapple

Flowers are followed by bright red crabapples (to 3/8” diameter) that mature in fall. Crabapples persist on the tree well into winter, providing additional interest. Birds are attracted to the fruit. Leaves are dark green and toothed. Leaves turn amber-gold in fall.

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Malus 'Hopa'

Malus 'Hopa'

Common Name: Hopa Crabapple

Bright red late summer-fall fruits attract birds. Plant in full sun and give this tree some room to grow. Hopa will reach a height of about 25’.

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Malus 'Indian Magic'

Malus 'Indian Magic'

Common Name: Indian Magic Crabapple

heavy production of small glossy red fruit changing to a standout orange and persistent until spring;  one of Elmer Brown's favorite crabapples.

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Malus 'Indian Summer'

Malus 'Indian Summer'

Common Name: Indian Summer Crabapple

Crimson buds open in spring to rose-red flowers. Flowers are followed by bright red crabapples (to 3/4” diameter) that mature in fall and persist into winter. Birds are attracted to the fruit.

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Malus 'Jewelcole'

Malus 'Jewelcole'

Common Name: Red Jewel Crabapple

The white buds and clean white flowers contrast well when mixed with other flowering crabapple cultivars. Due to its smaller size is excellent as a street tree under power lines for it will not need to be brutally topped.

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Malus 'Kelsey'

Malus 'Kelsey'

Common Name: Kelsey Crabapple

 Dark red fruit stays on the tree into winter, attracting birds. The tree requires a good deal of room to spread. Not picky about soils. 'Kelsey' reaches a mature height of 10-18 feet and reliable hardy zones 4-8.

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Malus 'Louisa'

Malus 'Louisa'

Common Name: Louisa Weeping Crabapple

Flowers are followed by small lopsided crabapples (to 1/2” diameter) that mature in fall to yellow with a rose blush. Crabapples typically persist well into winter. Birds are attracted to the fruit. Glossy, ovate, dark green leaves (to 3” long) turn green-yellow-orange in fall, but fall color is usually not significant

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Malus 'Mollie Ann'

Malus 'Mollie Ann'

Common Name: Mollie Ann Crabapple

Unique, semi-weeping tree with numerous slender, graceful branches. Deep red buds form clusters of single white flowers followed by deep red fruits that are 1/3" in diameter. 

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Malus 'Morning Princess'

Malus 'Morning Princess'

Common Name: Morning Princess Crabapple

Attractive pinkish-red blossoms in spring are later replaced with persistent, purple ornamental fruits.

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Malus 'Prairiefire'

Malus 'Prairiefire'

Common Name: Prairiefire Crabapple

 Finally another burst of color arrives with autumn. Bright orange leaves and shiny red,  fruits, a wildlife favorite, decorates the tree, and the colorful fruit persists into winter.

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Malus 'Profusion'

Malus 'Profusion'

Common Name: Profusion Crabapple

Red buds open in spring to violet-red flowers (1.5” diameter). Flowers are followed by bright red crabapples (to 1/2” diameter) that mature in fall and may persist into winter. Birds are attracted to the fruit. Fruit may be harvested for jellies.

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Malus 'Royalty'

Malus 'Royalty'

Common Name: Royalty Crabapple

The pointy leaves are ornamentally significant and turn an outstanding crimson in the fall. The fruits are purple pomes displayed from early to mid fall, which can be messy if allowed to drop on the lawn or walkways. The rough brown bark is not particularly outstanding.

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Malus 'Snowdrift'

Malus 'Snowdrift'

Common Name: Snowdrift Crabapple

Flowers are followed by masses of small, orange-red crabapples (to 3/8" diameter) which mature in the fall. The fruits are persistent and attractive to birds. Ovate, glossy, dark green leaves.

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Malus 'Sutyzam'

Malus 'Sutyzam'

Common Name: Sugar Tyme Crabapple

Recommended for street tree planting under utility lines and trees lawns by Compatible Tree Factsheet® published by the Pennsylvania State University, Sugar Tyme® requires little or no maintenance to keep its form and beauty.  Sugar Tyme®; it’s simply the best.

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Malus FIRST EDITION 'BAIlears'

Malus FIRST EDITION 'BAIlears'

Common Name: Ruby Tears Crabapple

Pink flowers cover the pendulous branches each spring on this graceful small tree.

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Malus sargentii 'Select A'

Malus sargentii 'Select A'

Common Name: Firebird Sargent Crabapple

 Sweetly fragrant spring blossoms that are soft pink in bud and open snow-white. Abundant, small (3/8") persistent, ruby-red fruits in fall. Malus Firebird® has a compact habit. Flowering Crabapples have beautiful spring blooms and small, colorful fall fruit. These small ornamental trees in the apple family (Malus) are highly valued for their two outstanding seasons of interest. Flowering Crabapples are hardy and easy to grow.

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Malus transitoria 'Schmidtcutleaf'

Malus transitoria 'Schmidtcutleaf'

Common Name: Golden Raindrops Crabapple

The deeply cut lobed leaves are ornamentally significant and turn an outstanding orange in the fall. The fruits are showy yellow pomes carried in abundance from early to mid fall. The rough brown bark is not particularly outstanding.

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Malva 'Purple Satin'

Malva 'Purple Satin'

Common Name: Purple Satin Mallow

The big blooms are bright lavender with violet veining, and just keep coming all summer long. Very easy to grow, this biennial re-seeds itself generously, so a single planting now means a colony of months-long blooms for many years to come!

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Malva alcea 'Fastigiata'

Malva alcea 'Fastigiata'

Common Name: Musk Mallow

Malva alcea 'Fastigiata' is a clump-forming perennial (generally more narrow and upright than the species) that features pink hollyhock-like flowers (2” diameter) with five conspicuously notched petals. Flowers bloom in the upper leaf axils in summer atop stems typically rising 2-3’

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Malva moschata 'Alba'

Malva moschata 'Alba'

Common Name: White Musk Mallow

Flowers appear singly or in clusters in the upper leaf axils. Small, finely-divided stem leaves which are shallowly cut into 5-7 segments are a distinctive characteristic of this plant. As with the flowers, the foliage is also musk-scented, particularly when crushed.

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Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina'

Malva sylvestris 'Zebrina'

Common Name: Zebrina Mallow

This heirloom hollyhock variety  is both heat-tolerant and disease resistant and is constantly in bloom from July until frost.

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Mertensia virginica

Mertensia virginica

Common Name: Virginia Bluebells

 Flower buds are pink and flowers emerge with a pinkish cast before turning blue. Smooth, oval, bluish green leaves (to 4" long). Foliage dies to the ground by mid-summer as the plant goes dormant.

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Metasequoia glyptostroides

Metasequoia glyptostroides

Common Name: Dawn Redwood

It features linear, feathery, fern-like foliage that is soft to the touch. Foliage emerges light green in spring, matures to deep green in summer and turns red-bronze in fall. This is a large tree that needs a large space. Excellent landscape specimen or street tree.

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Metasequoia glyptostroides 'Ogon'

Metasequoia glyptostroides 'Ogon'

Common Name: Gold Rush Dawn Redwood

Golden yellow form of the popular dawn redwood. Yellow color holds well through the summer.

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Microbiota decussata 'Celtic Pride'

Microbiota decussata 'Celtic Pride'

Common Name: Celtic Pride Russian Cypress

Celtic Pride's green foliage turns an attractive russet color in winter. This is an excellent, very cold-hardy plant with better shade tolerance than junipers.

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Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light'

Miscanthus sinensis 'Morning Light'

Common Name: Morning Light Feather Grass

An especially refined and elegant ornamental grass. Fine leaf blades are green with clean, very thin, white margins that give the plant a silvery cast when viewed from a distance. This plant is luminous when backlit by the early morning or late afternoon sun. It is prized for its rounded habit that never flops. Many consider 'Morning Light' to be one of the finest cultivars of Miscanthus.

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Miscanthus sinensis 'Silberfeder'

Miscanthus sinensis 'Silberfeder'

Common Name: Silver Feather Grass

Large, feathery plumes that emerge a shimmering pinkish-silver in late summer give this grass its name, 'Silver Feather'. These flowers stand well above the clump of foliage, making them visible from quite a distance. The leaves appear to be solid green from a distance, though they do have white midribs. 

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Monarda bradburnia 'Prairie Gypsy'

Monarda bradburnia 'Prairie Gypsy'

Common Name: Prairie Gypsy Bee Balm

Each flower head is rests upon a whorl of showy, purplish-tinged, leafy bracts. It also has hairy stamens on the lower lip of flower tube and lip and colorful narrow spots.  It's fragrant!  Long bloom period.  Leaves can be used in teas

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Monarda didyma 'Coral Reef'

Monarda didyma 'Coral Reef'

Common Name: Coral Reef Bee Balm

Monarda is native to eastern North America, so it is easy to grow and it multiplies quickly. The flowers' sweet nectar attracts scores of hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed and is often used to flavor teas.

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Monarda didyma 'Jacob Cline'

Monarda didyma 'Jacob Cline'

Common Name: Jacob Cline Bee Balm

Monarda is native to eastern North America, so it is easy to grow and it multiplies quickly. The flowers' sweet nectar attracts scores of hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed and is often used to flavor teas.

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Monarda didyma 'Pardon My Pink'

Monarda didyma 'Pardon My Pink'

Common Name: Pardon My Pink Bee Balm

From mid through late summer, cheerful true medium pink flowers sit just at the top of the foliage. Though the plant may be dwarf, the flowers are the same size as taller selections, measuring a full 2 ½ - 3 inches across.  They add a bright splash of color to the border in high summer. 

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Monarda didyma 'Pardon My Purple'

Monarda didyma 'Pardon My Purple'

Common Name: Pardon My Purple Bee Balm

From mid through late summer, cheerful true medium pink flowers sit just at the top of the foliage. Though the plant may be dwarf, the flowers are the same size as taller selections, measuring a full 2 ½ - 3 inches across.  They add a bright splash of color to the border in high summer. 

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Monarda didyma 'Pink Lace'

Monarda didyma 'Pink Lace'

Common Name: Pink Lace Bee Balm

Monarda is native to eastern North America, so it is easy to grow and it multiplies quickly. The flowers' sweet nectar attracts scores of hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed and is often used to flavor teas.

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Monarda didyma 'Snow White'

Monarda didyma 'Snow White'

Common Name: Snow White Bee Balm

Monarda is native to eastern North America, so it is easy to grow and it multiplies quickly. The flowers' sweet nectar attracts scores of hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees to the garden. The aromatic foliage smells like mint when crushed and is often used to flavor teas.

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Monarda x 'Blue Moon'

Monarda x 'Blue Moon'

Common Name: Blue Moon Bee Balm

he dark green foliage forms an upright clump with enough vigor to quickly fill out containers nicely but are not aggressive in the garden. As with all Monardas from the Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizing program, these display above average resistance to powdery mildew. Lavender blue flowers are held by attractive purple bracts.A breakthrough, shorter height for this color.

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Monarda x 'Fireball'

Monarda x 'Fireball'

Common Name: Fireball Bee Balm

‘Fireball’ is a compact beebalm cultivar that typically grows to 15-20” tall with an upright, outwardly spreading habit. Tubular, two-lipped, red-purple flowers are borne in dense, globular, terminal heads (verticillasters) atop stiff square stems clad with serrate, dark green leaves (to 2” long). Long summer bloom period (July-August in St. Louis). Attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, particularly when massed. Flowers, stems and leaves are aromatic. U. S. Plant Patent PP14,235 issued October 14, 2003.

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Monarda x 'Pink Frosting'

Monarda x 'Pink Frosting'

Common Name: Pink Frosting Bee Balm

The dark green foliage forms an upright clump with enough vigor to quickly fill out containers nicely but are not aggressive in the garden. As with all Monardas from the Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizing program, these display above average resistance to powdery mildew. Pastel pink flowers form a carpet of blossoms that completely cover the foliage.

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Mukdenia rossii 'Karasuba'

Mukdenia rossii 'Karasuba'

Common Name: Karasuba Crimson Fans

Palmate, rounded, 5-9 lobed, dentate, medium green leaves (to 5” long) acquire attractive bronze tinges by summer. ‘Karasuba’ is a cultivar that features more pronounced crimson red color in the leaf tips throughout summer. It may also be sold under the translated trade name of CRIMSON FANS.

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Mukdenia x 'Nova Flame'

Mukdenia x 'Nova Flame'

Common Name: Nova Flame Crimson Fans

Palmate, rounded, 5-9 lobed, dentate, medium green leaves (to 5” long) acquire attractive bronze tinges by summer. ‘

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Myrica pensylvanica

Myrica pensylvanica

Common Name: Bayberry

The fruits are covered with an aromatic, waxy substance which is used to make bayberry candles, soaps and sealing wax. Fruits are attractive to birds.

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Nepeta 'Psfike'

Nepeta 'Psfike'

Common Name: Little Trudy Catmint

A hybrid catnip selected for its distinctive serrated, silvery foliage and long season of lavender bloom. The most compact catnip cultivar.

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Nepeta faassenii 'Blue Wonder'

Nepeta faassenii 'Blue Wonder'

Common Name: Blue Wonder Catmint

The gray-green foliage of many catmints blends well with other plants. Combined with the long lasting, dark blue flowers developing in mid-summer, this is an excellent edging plant for the front border. This cultivar does not self-seed. It grows 12 to 15 inches tall, remains compact and can be cut back to re-bloom in the fall.

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Nepeta faassenii 'Cat's Meow'

Nepeta faassenii 'Cat's Meow'

Common Name: Cat's Meow Catmint

Its small, grey-green, aromatic leaves are topped with well-branched stems carrying spikes of sky blue flowers with purple calyxes from early summer into early fall. ‘Cat’s Meow’ has everything today’s gardeners are looking for: a low maintenance, drought tolerant, deer resistant, long blooming perennial that looks great all season. 

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Nepeta faassenii 'Novanepjun'

Nepeta faassenii 'Novanepjun'

Common Name: Junior Walker Catmint

This low-growing, compact catmint packs a punch of lavender-blue flowers from late spring through summer over aromatic blue-green foliage. 

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Nepeta faassenii 'Six Hills Giant'

Nepeta faassenii 'Six Hills Giant'

Common Name: Six Hills Giant Catmint

The gray-green foliage of many catmints blends well with other plants. Combined with the long lasting, dark blue flowers developing in mid-summer, this is an excellent edging plant for the mid-back border. 

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Nepeta faassenii 'Walkers Low'

Nepeta faassenii 'Walkers Low'

Common Name: Walker Low Catmint

The gray-green foliage of many catmints blends well with other plants. Combined with the long lasting, dark blue flowers developing in mid-summer, this is an excellent edging plant for the mid-back border. 

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Nepeta racemosa 'Little Titch'

Nepeta racemosa 'Little Titch'

Common Name: Little Titch Catmint

With tightly packed gray-green leaves, it forms a low growing, dense mat. Adorning stem tips, small heads of rich blue flowers bloom all summer long

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Nepeta reichenbachiana

Nepeta reichenbachiana

Common Name: Catmint

The gray-green foliage of many catmints blends well with other plants. Combined with the long lasting, dark blue flowers developing in mid-summer, this is an excellent edging plant for the front border. 

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Nepeta x 'Early bird'

Nepeta x 'Early bird'

Common Name: Early Bird Catmint

The gray-green foliage of many catmints blends well with other plants. Combined with the long lasting, dark blue flowers developing in mid-summer, this is an excellent edging plant for the front border. This cultivar does not self-seed. It grows 12 to 15 inches tall, remains compact and can be cut back to re-bloom in the fall.

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Nepeta x 'Junior Walker'

Nepeta x 'Junior Walker'

Common Name: Junior Walker Catmint

The gray-green foliage of many catmints blends well with other plants. Combined with the long lasting, dark blue flowers developing in mid-summer, this is an excellent edging plant for the mid-back border. 

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Pachysandra procumbens

Pachysandra procumbens

Common Name: Allegheny Spurge

Fragrant, white flower spikes appear in spring, later becoming camouflaged by a new flush of gorgeous, crisp green foliage. Leaves have a scalloped margin and take on an attractive pale silver mottling.

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Paeonia japonica

Paeonia japonica

Common Name: Japanese Peony

After flowering, the pods split to reveal gorgeous metallic-blue seeds on red stalks. Paeonia japonica is great as a deer-resistant specimen in the woodland garden or scattered throughout the shady perennial border. This is often mistakenly sold as Paeonia obovata 'Alba'.  Share  Tweet  Pin it   

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Ann Cousins'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Ann Cousins'

Common Name: Ann Cousins Garden Peony

Enormous, full-petalled, ivory white blossoms, dark green foliage, vigorous dependable bloomer, excellent cut flower, very fragrant

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Butter Bowl'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Butter Bowl'

Common Name: Butter Bowl Garden Peony

A single row of soft pink guard petals form the stage for a cheery sunburst of yellow in this Japanese-form peony. Stiff 36-inch stems hold the wonderful mid-season blooms up high for all garden visitors to admire.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Charlie's White'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Charlie's White'

Common Name: Charlie's White Garden Peony

  'Charlie's White' is still one of the prettiest double whites. The full, 6 inch blooms consist of large, pure white guard petals surrounded by a tuft of creamy white, incurved petals. An excellent cut flower and lightly fragrant. All of our peonies are widely adaptable to most soils across the country. They bloom in mid to late spring and have very large, colorful blooms that stand out in the spring garden.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Charm'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Charm'

Common Name: Coral Charm Garden Peony

Coral Charm Peony features bold lightly-scented coral-pink cup-shaped flowers with yellow centers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It's compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Fay'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Fay'

Common Name: Coral Fay Garden Peony

Fragrant, radiant pink with coral overtones, semi-double, very early blooming, fern-like foliage from its parentage of the fernleaf peony and the famous P. peregrina. Very floriferous on strong 30" stems. Plant in full sun in well drained soil.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral n Gold'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral n Gold'

Common Name: Coral n Gold Garden Peony

The rose-coral petals of 'Coral 'n' Gold' are arranged in a double row, forming 6in, shallow bowls holding a showy boss of gold stamens. There aren't quite enough petals for it to be classified as a semidouble, but that's a small point with flowers this beautiful. 

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Sunset'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Coral Sunset'

Common Name: Coral Sunset Garden Peony

This award-winning, 1981 Wissing-Klehm hybrid has large, semi-double, ruffled flowers that open smoldering coral with rose-pink highlights and mature to pale apricot with golden-yellow stamen centers. A vigorous grower, it is lightly fragrant.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Couronne D'or'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Couronne D'or'

Common Name: Couronne D'or Garden Peony

Double type; large; late. Full, evenly rounded, white flowers illumined near the center by a ring of yellow stamens, center petals tipped with crimson; odor strong, like water-lilies. Medium height; very floriferous; strong stems. Good foliage. A dependable, late white sort of good habit for both cutting and garden decoration. - See more at: http://mbgna.umich.edu/peony/database/cultivars/couronne-dor#history_signify

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Cytherea'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Cytherea'

Common Name: Cytherea Garden Peony

The well-formed cup shaped blooms are carried on strong stems. Superb color.  Great cut peony flower with perfect form and vibrant coloring. Beautiful, lower growing garden plant.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Doreen'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Doreen'

Common Name: Doreen Garden Peony

The large rounded light rose-pink outer petals cradle a center of pink and yellow staminodes. The fragrant Japanese type flowers blooms Mid to Late-mid, season on strong 32” stems. A very distinct and striking peony for your garden. Plant in full sun.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Duchesse de Nemours'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Duchesse de Nemours'

Common Name: Duchess de Nemours Garden Peony

 (Calot 1856) One of the oldest peonies, and certainly the most famous double white peony. A full bloom with incurving petals of pure white that are lemony green at the base. Free flowering and highly scented. One of the earlier flowering cultivars so an excellent choice for prolonging the flowering season.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Elsa Sass'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Elsa Sass'

Common Name: Elsa Sass Garden Peony

 Very Late Lactiflora, double, white, attractive rose-type flower, very dark green foliage, strong stems, lovely fragrance, good cutflower, 'Elsa Sass' is the last white variety from our collection to flower, American Peony Society Gold Medal 1943, (Sass 1930).

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Etched Salmon'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Etched Salmon'

Common Name: Etched Salmon Garden Peony

Early Midseason Hybrid, double, deep salmon-pink to coral flower petals have nice etched edge, lovely fragrant, normal grower, many thick strong stems, it belongs on the “exclusive” list of well paid cut flowers, American Peony Society Gold Medal 2002 & APS Grand Champion National Exhibtions 1990, Award of Landscape Merit 2012 (Cousins-R.G. Klehm 1981).

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Felix Crousse'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Felix Crousse'

Common Name: Felix Crousse Garden Peony

The Peony is an extremely long lived, hardy, shrub-like plant. Once they're established, they're as hardy and dependable as oaks, creating a fantastic season of bloom in your yard year after year. The spreading clumps form hedges. Peonies are a standard of the perennial border, both as specimens and in groups. 

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Felix Supreme'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Felix Supreme'

Common Name: Felix Supreme Garden Peony

'Felix Supreme' 1955. Lush double blooms infused in a purple red colour. The first delicate leaves are also purple and develop into a bright green foliage. A vigorous peony, whose flowers are just as beautiful in a vase as in the garden. Some side buds extend the flowering season. A support is preferable.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Festiva Maxima'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Festiva Maxima'

Common Name: Festiva Maxima Garden Peony

 Festiva Maxima is a peony cultivar that would be hard to improve upon as it offers an abundance of very large, fully double blossoms with the classic, rich fragrance that has made peonies so popular for generations. The snowy blooms are decorated with kisses of deep crimson, along the petal edges and tucked into the heart of the flower. Excellent for mixed perennial beds and hard to beat for snipping and savoring indoors.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Henry Bockstoce'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Henry Bockstoce'

Common Name: Henry Bockstoce Garden Peony

'Henry Bockstoce' is a fully double, deep red peony held on extra-long, sturdy stems. The product of many crosses between the peony species lactifloraand officinalis, it is simply more vigorous than many others, with stronger stems, richer color, and more intense scent. These cardinal-red to burgundy blooms are fully double, with a beautiful rosebud center that looks especially appealing in the vase. They appear in early midseason 

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Karl Rosenfield'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Karl Rosenfield'

Common Name: Karl Rosenfield Garden Peony

Shrublike mounds are 2-3 ft. high and ornamental even after the flowers fade— around midsummer. Creates a low-growing, low-maintenance hedge that never needs pruning! Plant in full sun.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Krinkled White'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Krinkled White'

Common Name: Krinkled White Garden Peony

Peonies will grow in most soils as long as they are not wet, including clay soils. They require a sunny or partially shaded site. Herbaceous peonies need to be planted with the eye (the dormant pink buds) no more than 4" below the surface of the soil. Do not mix manure in the soil before planting as this may rot the eyes.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Mary Elizabeth'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Mary Elizabeth'

Common Name: Mary Elizabeth Garden Peony

It's a vigorous grower, producing lots of stems topped with multiple buds. The plant stands up well in all kinds of weather and will bloom for an extended period if sidebuds are not removed. Said to have originated from the back cross of a hybrid to a lactiflora (Hollingsworth 2004)

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Monsier Jules Elie'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Monsier Jules Elie'

Common Name: Monsieur Jules Elie Garden Peony

Crousse 1888) Always one of the most popular garden peonies. Light lavender pink fragrant flowers with large outer petals and a raised center that varies in color and shape as the bloom develops. Distinct broad green foliage which is a particularly bright shade of green. 

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Paul M. Wild'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Paul M. Wild'

Common Name: Paul M. Wild Garden Peony

Large, velvety cabernet wine red double that is excellent in every respect and, is always among the top rated reds; plant height about 36 inches

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Pink Dawn'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Pink Dawn'

Common Name: Pink Dawn Garden Peony

Pink Dawn Peony features bold lightly-scented pink flowers with white overtones and gold eyes at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Pink Hawaiian Coral'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Pink Hawaiian Coral'

Common Name: Pink Hawaiian Coral Garden Peony

Peony 'Pink Hawaiian Coral' is fragrant and an excellent cut flower. American Peony Society Gold Medal Selection. This "tropical" beauty has a majestic Hawaiian sunset color, is sweetly fragrant, has strong, stems & is a great grower.  Terrific for landscaping!

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Primevere'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Primevere'

Common Name: Primevere Garden Peony

Peonies will grow in most soils as long as they are not wet, including clay soils. They require a sunny or partially shaded site. Herbaceous peonies need to be planted with the eye (the dormant pink buds) no more than 4" below the surface of the soil. Do not mix manure in the soil before planting as this may rot the eyes.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Raspberry Sundae'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Raspberry Sundae'

Common Name: Raspberry Sundae Garden Peony

Peonies are classic garden plants that add a bit of nostalgia and charm to the garden. Their fragrant blooms and lush foliage have made them popular for years, and with the recent resurgence in breeding, they will continue to improve. Peonies are simple to grow and can be utilized in many ways, including mass plantings, specimens, or hedges.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Red Charm'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Red Charm'

Common Name: Red Charm Garden Peony

This classic is one of the finest reds ever introduced. A striking, deep red double with abundant ruffled petals. Early Season bloomer. Deer resistant.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Red Scout'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Red Scout'

Common Name: Red Scout Garden Peony

Early Scout is, as its name indicates, a peony that flowers before most of the rest. What isn't immediately apparent is that this cultivar is ideally sized for small gardens and even large containers, is lightly fragrant and produces lacy, cut leaf foliage that provides a clue to its lineage as a hybrid of Paeonia tenuifolia, the fern-leafed peony. Early Scout so impressed the judges of the American Peony Society that they bestowed their Gold Metal Award on Early Scout in 2001. A very early bloomer that prefers cool climates. Deer resistant.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Sarah Bernhardt'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Sarah Bernhardt'

Common Name: Sarah Bernhardt Garden Peony

Celebrating 100 years of gracing sunny gardens and elegant vases, 'Sarah Bernhardt' is one of the classic Peonies that helped make this perennial a favorite from the foundation planting to the patio, the border to the vase! Gigantic 7- to 9-inch double blooms of luscious pink (occasionally flecked with raspberry) release an unforgettable fragrance, and the sun-loving plant is as easy to grow as a weed!

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Scarlet O'Hara'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Scarlet O'Hara'

Common Name: Scarlet 'OHara Garden Peony

‘Scarlet O'Hara’ is an herbaceous (soft-stemmed) peony. It is the result of a cross betweenP. lactiflora and P. officinalis. This is a shrubby perennial that, each year, will typically grow 30-38” tall by mid-spring, bloom, display attractive foliage throughout the summer and early fall, and then die to the ground after frost

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Sea Shell'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Sea Shell'

Common Name: Sea Shell Garden Peony

Peonies will grow in most soils as long as they are not wet, including clay soils. They require a sunny or partially shaded site. Herbaceous peonies need to be planted with the eye (the dormant pink buds) no more than 4" below the surface of the soil. Do not mix manure in the soil before planting as this may rot the eyes.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Sorbet'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Sorbet'

Common Name: Sorbet Garden Peony

Peonies will grow in most soils as long as they are not wet, including clay soils. They require a sunny or partially shaded site. Herbaceous peonies need to be planted with the eye (the dormant pink buds) no more than 4" below the surface of the soil. Do not mix manure in the soil before planting as this may rot the eyes.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Sweet 16'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Sweet 16'

Common Name: Sweet 16 Garden Peony

Mid Season bloomer. Deer resistant. Bomb Type.  To 28".

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Sword Dance'

Paeonia lactiflora 'Sword Dance'

Common Name: Sword Dance Garden Peony

 A very early bloomer that prefers cool climates. Deer resistant. A large, very brilliant deep red with striking gold and red center Japanese, 38", late, mid-season that stands heat well. The flower is very symmetrical and gives the appearance of being a well groomed flower holding its shape as the flower ages. 

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Paeonia obovata 'var. obovata'

Paeonia obovata 'var. obovata'

Common Name: Asian Woodland Peony

 

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Paeonia obovata 'var. willmottiae'

Paeonia obovata 'var. willmottiae'

Common Name: Asian Woodland Peony

The deer-resistant variety willmottiae is much more vigorous than typical Paeonia obovata and is topped by single, white, cup-shaped flowers about 2 weeks earlier. 

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Paeonia tenuifolia

Paeonia tenuifolia

Common Name: Fern-leaf Peony

Paeonia tenuifolia, commonly called fernleaf peony, is a shrubby, herbaceous (soft-stemmed) plant that, each year, will typically grow to 1-2' tall by mid-spring, display attractive foliage throughout the summer and early fall, and then die to the ground after frost. 

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Bartzella'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Bartzella'

Common Name: Bartzella Intersectional Peony

A beautiful variety whose deep sulphur yellow flowers, each with red flames at the center, are carried on a plant that looks and behaves like a very big, healthy herbaceous Peony bearing dozens of huge flowers (9in across) on strong stems, above rich green foliage. There are very few yellows in the herbaceous Peony world, and none can compare with 'Bartzella' in beauty or performance.

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Callies Memory'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Callies Memory'

Common Name: Callies Memory Intersectional Peony

Itoh Peonies are rare and unusual hybrids between Garden Peonies and Tree Peonies. There are several varieties, all highly sought after by collectors, yet easy to grow and very hardy. This selection forms an upright bush of lush green leaves. The very large semi-double blooms feature pink petals that age to cream, with a contrasting maroon-red eye and yellow tuft of stamens. Peonies seldom need to be divided or moved, but if necessary it should be carried out only in the fall. Flowering is always best in a sunny location. Clean up the dead leaves in the fall to help prevent disease problems.

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Canary Brilliants'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Canary Brilliants'

Common Name: Canary Brilliants Intersectional Peony

One of the great yellow peonies, ‘Canary’ emerges as a modest taupe shade. But there’s nothing modest about its vibrant, canary-yellow blooms: intense color in the garden, and long-lasting blooms for maximum impact.

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Cora Louise'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Cora Louise'

Common Name: Cora louise Intersectional Peony

The color of these blooms shades from white to dark lavender, the petals surrounding a large yellow center. Semi-double and quite large, they arise plentifully in late spring and early summer, giving you enough to cut for the vase as well as to show off in the garden. And because Cora Louise is a cross between garden peonies and tree peonies, you will find this plant exceptionally vigorous, disease-resistant, and long-lasting, with greater bloom form than most others

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Hillary'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Hillary'

Common Name: Hillary Intersectional Peony

Itoh Peonies are rare and unusual hybrids between Garden Peonies and Tree Peonies. There are several varieties, all highly sought after by collectors, yet easy to grow and very hardy. This selection forms an upright bush of lush green leaves. The very large semi-double blooms feature pink petals that age to cream, with a contrasting maroon-red eye and yellow tuft of stamens. Peonies seldom need to be divided or moved, but if necessary it should be carried out only in the fall. Flowering is always best in a sunny location. Clean up the dead leaves in the fall to help prevent disease problems.

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Julia Rose'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Julia Rose'

Common Name: Julia Rose Intersectional Peony

Julia Rose opens cherry red, fades to apricot-yellow  settling on a rich, creamy yellow as the bloom matures.  Charming to watch the colors develop. An attractive mix of variously colored blooms on one plant!   Vigorous and floriferous.  28" tall and 42" wide.  Semi-double and a mid bloomer..  No staking.   Excellent garden plant and is a good cutting flower. Strong stems hold the 6" blooms. No staking.

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Lemon Dream'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Lemon Dream'

Common Name: Lemon Dream Intersectional Peony

The opening buds have lavender-colored stripes on soft yellow ground.      

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Paeonia x ITOH 'Old Rose Dandy'

Paeonia x ITOH 'Old Rose Dandy'

Common Name: Old Rose Dandy Intersectional Peony

‘Old Rose’ is special: delicate, smaller leaflets in a rich dark green. The blooms are like watercolor sunsets of yellows and purples that settle into a rich patina that is truly elegant.

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Panicum virgatum 'Northwind'

Panicum virgatum 'Northwind'

Common Name: Northwind Switch Grass

Panicum virgatum is native to North American tall-grass prairies from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean and was one of the most prominent prairie species. This grass was one of the important components of the tall-grass prairie that once covered the vast interior of the United States. A versatile grass, it tolerates a wide range of soil and climatic conditions. As the habitats of Panicum are taken over by humans, these grasses are found in wetter sites than before.

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Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah'

Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah'

Common Name: Shenandoah Switch Grass

Panicum virgatum is native to North American tall-grass prairies from the Rocky Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean and was one of the most prominent prairie species. This grass was one of the important components of the tall-grass prairie that once covered the vast interior of the United States. A versatile grass, it tolerates a wide range of soil and climatic conditions. As the habitats of Panicum are taken over by humans, these grasses are found in wetter sites than before.

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Papaver nudicaule 'Summer Breeze Orange'

Papaver nudicaule 'Summer Breeze Orange'

Common Name: Orange Icelandic Poppies

The Iceland poppy (Papaver nudicaule) plant provides showy blossoms in late spring and early summer. Growing Iceland poppies in the spring bed is a great way to add delicate foliage and long-lasting flowers to the area. When planted in the right spot, the Iceland poppy plant blooms from May through July.

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Papaver orientalis 'Beauty of Livermere'

Papaver orientalis 'Beauty of Livermere'

Common Name: Beauty of Livermere Oriental Poppy

Each flower has 4-6 scarlet red petals with a dark basal blotch at the base of each petal and a boss of dark purple center stamens. Serrate, thistle-like, grayish-green leaves (to 12” long) are pinnately dissected into lance-shaped segments and have a somewhat weedy appearance. Foliage yellows and dies shortly after flowering, typically leaving a hole in the garden.

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Papaver orientalis 'Brilliant'

Papaver orientalis 'Brilliant'

Common Name: Brilliant Oriental Poppy

Each flower has 4-6 scarlet red petals with a dark basal blotch at the base of each petal and a boss of dark purple center stamens. Serrate, thistle-like, grayish-green leaves (to 12” long) are pinnately dissected into lance-shaped segments and have a somewhat weedy appearance. Foliage yellows and dies shortly after flowering, typically leaving a hole in the garden.

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Papaver orientalis 'Prince of Orange'

Papaver orientalis 'Prince of Orange'

Common Name: Prince of Orange Oriental Poppy

n the center of a poppy's flower rests a very large, velvety-black seed capsule surrounded by prominent, dark purple stamens. Altogether, these flowers absolutely steal the show when they are in bloom.

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Papaver orientalis 'Queen Alexander'

Papaver orientalis 'Queen Alexander'

Common Name: Queen Alexander Oriental Poppy

In the center of a poppy's flower rests a very large, velvety-black seed capsule surrounded by prominent, dark purple stamens. Altogether, these flowers absolutely steal the show when they are in bloom.

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Papaver orientalis 'Royal Wedding'

Papaver orientalis 'Royal Wedding'

Common Name: Royal Wedding Oriental Poppy

In the center of a poppy's flower rests a very large, velvety-black seed capsule surrounded by prominent, dark purple stamens. Altogether, these flowers absolutely steal the show when they are in bloom.

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Papaver orientalis plena 'Red Shades'

Papaver orientalis plena 'Red Shades'

Common Name: Double Red Oriental Poppy

Each flower has 4-6 scarlet red petals with a dark basal blotch at the base of each petal and a boss of dark purple center stamens. Serrate, thistle-like, grayish-green leaves (to 12” long) are pinnately dissected into lance-shaped segments and have a somewhat weedy appearance. Foliage yellows and dies shortly after flowering, typically leaving a hole in the garden.

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Parthenocissus quinquifolia 'Troki PPAF'

Parthenocissus quinquifolia 'Troki PPAF'

Common Name: Red Wall Virginia Creeper

This fast-growing and salt-tolerant native vine is the easiest way to create a colorful 'green' wall. 

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Peach (Prunus) 'Encore'

Peach (Prunus) 'Encore'

Common Name: Encore Peach

At last, here's a late-ripening, freestone peach whose flavor matches the best of the mid-season ripeners.

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Peach (Prunus) 'Flamin'Fury-24C'

Peach (Prunus) 'Flamin'Fury-24C'

Common Name: Flamin' Fury Peach

requires very little pruning or thinning and yields few split pits

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Peach (Prunus) 'Saturn'

Peach (Prunus) 'Saturn'

Common Name: Saturn Peach

Distinctive flat peaches that taste great.

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Peach(Prunus) 'Bailey Hardy'

Peach(Prunus) 'Bailey Hardy'

Common Name: Bailey Hardy Peach

Fruit is of good size and eating quality. The sweet, semi-freestone juicy flesh is excellent for fresh eating, sauces and baking. Ripens mid-August. This dwarf tree will bear fruit in 2-3 years. Productive here in the Upper Valley.

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Peach(Prunus) 'Contender'

Peach(Prunus) 'Contender'

Common Name: Contender Hardy Peach

A freestone peach with bright yellow flesh. Matches 'Reliance' in cold-hardiness and tolerance of spring frosts. Sweet, extra-juicy fruit is an absolute delight for fresh eating, canning, baking, and freezing. Self-pollinating. 'Contender' ripens mid-to late August.

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Peach(Prunus) 'Frost'

Peach(Prunus) 'Frost'

Common Name: Frost Hardy Peach

'Frost' is a freestone with light red blush over greenish yellow. Frost is delicious, excellent for eating fresh or canning. It has a showy pink spring bloom and is heavy bearing. These peach blossoms appear late winter and early spring along grey branches, before leaves emerge.

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Peach(Prunus) 'Redhaven'

Peach(Prunus) 'Redhaven'

Common Name: Redhaven Hardy Peach

It is juicy, sweet, and very tasty. The tree is one of the more hardy varieties, very productive, and has good resistance to bacteria spot. Can be used for all purposes.

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Peach(Prunus) 'Reliance'

Peach(Prunus) 'Reliance'

Common Name: Reliance Hardy Peach

Reliance is tops in quality — Fruits are medium to large, round, bright red attractive cheeks splashed over a yellow skin. Bright yellow irm flesh is honey sweet, fine-flavored and comes free from the pit. The stone will not cling, even in coldest, driest seasons. The pit is smaller than any other peach. 

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Pear (Pyrus) 'HoneySweet'

Pear (Pyrus) 'HoneySweet'

Common Name: HoneySweet Pear

Super sweet taste, super smooth texture. Honeysweet was introduced from Purdue University because of its superior attributes for flavor, appearance, and disease resistance. This is a very high quality "Seckel or sugar-pear" type, which is larger in size than Seckel, and one of the few pears that are self pollinating. 

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Bartlett'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Bartlett'

Common Name: Bartlett Pear

Flesh white, and exceedingly fine-grained and buttery; it is full of juice, sweet, with a highly perfumed, vinous flavor. 

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Clapp's Favorite'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Clapp's Favorite'

Common Name: Clapp's Favorite Pear

Often referred to simply as ''Clapp Pears'' this is one of the earliest pears of good quality available. An attractive medium to large, pear with greenish yellow skin complemented with a red blush. Very juicy, sweet & flavourful.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Golden Spice'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Golden Spice'

Common Name: Golden Spice Pear

good for canning and baking

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Gourmet'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Gourmet'

Common Name: Gourmet Spice Pear

Trees are upright, medium in size and winter hardy. A good dessert pear. Medium in size, green-yellow to yellow. Skin thick but tender.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Jefgold'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Jefgold'

Common Name: Early Gold Pear

Abundant white flowers in spring, the foliage is an attractive, glossy green. Use 'Ure' for pollination.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Luscious'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Luscious'

Common Name: Lucious Pear

Excellent dessert pear for northern Great Plains. Fire blight resistant. Pollen-sterile, can not be used to pollinate a second pear tree. Luscious pear is very hardy and resistant to fire blight.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Parker'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Parker'

Common Name: Parker Pear

It has dark green leaves throughout the summer that transform to dark purple in the fall making it quite attractive. The fruits are great for just eating straight off the tree or using them to make jellies or jams.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Seckel'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Seckel'

Common Name: Seckel Pear

It is one of the best quality dessert pears. It is small and yellowish brown with fine grained, smooth, and extremely sweet juicy flesh. It has a distinctive, spicy, rich, aromatic flavor and is also ideal for pickling, spicing and canning whole. This fruit ripens in September and the trees are productive, slow growing and reliable.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Summercrisp'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Summercrisp'

Common Name: Summercrisp Pear

The fruit should be harvested in mid-August when crisp and still green with a red blush. Fruit harvested at that time is sweet and crisp, and may be stored up to 2 months. Use either 'Parker' or 'Patten' as pollinator.

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Pear (Pyrus) x 'Ure'

Pear (Pyrus) x 'Ure'

Common Name: Ure Pear

Approximate ripening date is August 15. Use 'Golden Spice' as pollinator.

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Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Chojuro'

Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Chojuro'

Common Name: Chojuro Asian Pear

Medium size, spreading, vigorous, early bearing tree; reliable annual bearing tree with somewhat drooping habit.  Somewhat prone to overbearing; needs some thinning.  It ripens in mid September.    

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Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Shinko'

Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Shinko'

Common Name: Shinko Asian Pear

Fruit is medium to large (14-20 oz.) with a brown to golden brown russet.  Flesh is yellowish white with a good juicy, sweet flavor.  Fruit quality is very good to excellent.

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Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Shinseiki'

Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Shinseiki'

Common Name: Shinseiki Asian Pear

Fruit quality is good to very good.  Excellent storage life, about 7-8 months.  Fruit ripens in late August, early  September.  Also known as New Century.    

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Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Tawara'

Pear, Asian (Pyrus) 'Tawara'

Common Name: Tawara Asian Pear

White flowers in spring make way to the unusual bright yellow fruit, tasting like a cross between apple and pear, with crisp texture. The delicious fruit is ripe in late August to early September. European pears, like Bartlett, can be used for pollination.

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Peltoboykinia watanabei

Peltoboykinia watanabei

Common Name: Peltoboykinia

Leaf clumps are topped in summer (June-July) by upright flower spikes (to 30" tall) bearing tiny, drooping to outward-facing, shuttlecock-like, pale creamy yellow to yellowish green flowers.

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Perovskia atriplicifolia

Perovskia atriplicifolia

Common Name: Russian Sage

Stiff, upright, square stems and whorls of two-lipped, tubular, light blue flowers tiered in branched, terminal panicles (12-15" high). Long summer bloom period. Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year (1995).

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Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Lace'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Lace'

Common Name: Little Lace Russian Sage

This aromatic and drought resistant variety attracts butterflies to the garden. A Conard-Pyle introduction.

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Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Spire'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Spire'

Common Name: Little Spire Russian Sage

 The work of Dutch breeder Herbert Oudshoorn is responsible for this excellent, compact, long-blooming, low-maintenance landscape plant. Patent administered by Future Plants.

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Persicaria virginiana 'Lance Corporal'

Persicaria virginiana 'Lance Corporal'

Common Name: Lance Corporal Virginia Jumpseed

A new introduction with a chartreuse green leaf and a large maroon chevron throughout its center. Upright growing with a clean habit and reaching 24".  Self-seeds. Blends well with woodland plants. Adds color to the shade garden. 

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Phlox divaricata 'London Grove Blue'

Phlox divaricata 'London Grove Blue'

Common Name: London Grove Blue Woodlands Phlox

The cultivar ‘London Grove Blue’ was found by North Creek Nursery at a plant sale in London Grove, Pennsylvania.   This variety is admired for its compact habit, large fragrant lavender blue flowers and maroon colored winter leaves.

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Phlox glaberirma 'Triple Play'

Phlox glaberirma 'Triple Play'

Common Name: Triple Play Meadow Phlox

In late spring, the clumps are topped with stalks of hummingbird-friendly, pink-lavender flowers that rise just above the foliage...simply stunning.

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Phlox paniculata 'Alexandra'

Phlox paniculata 'Alexandra'

Common Name: Alexandra Garden Phlox

Growing 2-3' tall, they are excellent for perennial borders, corners and for cut flowers. The foliage is dense and compact with deep green, lance-shaped leaves with prominent veins. Butterflies love them!  

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Phlox paniculata 'Blue Dot'

Phlox paniculata 'Blue Dot'

Common Name: Blue Dot Garden Phlox

Growing 2-3' tall, they are excellent for perennial borders, corners and for cut flowers. The foliage is dense and compact with deep green, lance-shaped leaves with prominent veins. Butterflies love them!  

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Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'

Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'

Common Name: Blue Paradise Garden Phlox

Growing 2-3' tall, they are excellent for perennial borders, corners and for cut flowers. The foliage is dense and compact with deep green, lance-shaped leaves with prominent veins. Butterflies love them!  

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Phlox paniculata 'Brite Pink'

Phlox paniculata 'Brite Pink'

Common Name: Brite Pink Garden Phlox

Phlox prosper in a cool sunny climate, well-watered, in rich sweet soil. In much of the country, they will thrive in full sun, although partial shade is fine, as long as the plants receive at least 6 hours of direct sun. 

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Phlox paniculata 'Candy Twist'

Phlox paniculata 'Candy Twist'

Common Name: Candy Twist Garden Phlox

In the afternoon, the flowers are deliciously fragrant...simply surreal and a hummingbird delight. 

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Phlox paniculata 'David'

Phlox paniculata 'David'

Common Name: David Garden Phlox

Growing 2-4' tall, they are excellent for perennial borders, corners and for cut flowers. The foliage is dense and compact with deep green, lance-shaped leaves with prominent veins. Butterflies love them!  

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Phlox paniculata 'Flamingo'

Phlox paniculata 'Flamingo'

Common Name: Flamingo Garden Phlox

Dozens of dainty, fragrant florets cover each 5-6" flower head with dazzling color.  One of the very best bi-colors,

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Phlox paniculata 'Grenadine Dream'

Phlox paniculata 'Grenadine Dream'

Common Name: Grenadine Dream Garden Phlox

  Grenadine Dream’ produces fragrant tubular reddish-purple flowers (each to 1/2” diameter) in densely packed large terminal clusters (each to 8-10’ long) over a long July to October bloom period. Each individual flower has a long corolla tube and five flat petal-like lobes. This is a compact, upright, conical perennial that typically grows in a clump to 15-20" tall and to 8-10" wide on stiff stems clad with narrow, opposite, pointed, elliptic, deep green leaves (to 4” long).

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Phlox paniculata 'Laura'

Phlox paniculata 'Laura'

Common Name: Laura Garden Phlox

Phlox paniculata 'Laura' is one of the most impressive Tall Phlox on the market today. The long blooming flowers are lavender-purple with darker eyes and have a striking white star that comes out from the center. Butterflies and hummingbirds love it! The foliage is highly resistant to mildew.

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Phlox paniculata 'Nicky'

Phlox paniculata 'Nicky'

Common Name: Nicky Garden Phlox

Growing 2-3' tall, they are excellent for perennial borders, corners and for cut flowers. The foliage is dense and compact with deep green, lance-shaped leaves with prominent veins. Butterflies love them!  

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Phlox paniculata 'Peppermint Twist'

Phlox paniculata 'Peppermint Twist'

Common Name: Peppermint Twist Garden Phlox

In the afternoon, the flowers are deliciously fragrant...simply surreal and a hummingbird delight. For us, Phlox 'Peppermint Twist' gets only a small amount of powdery mildew in damp summers.

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Phlox paniculata 'Red Riding Hood'

Phlox paniculata 'Red Riding Hood'

Common Name: Red Riding Hood Garden Phlox

Individual flowers are densely arranged in large, terminal, pyramidal clusters (panicles to 6-9" long) atop stiff, upright stems which seldom need staking. Long mid to late summer bloom sometimes extends into early fall. Narrow, opposite, pointed, lance-shaped leaves (to 5" long). Good fresh cut flower. 

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Phlox paniculata 'Sherbert Cocktail USPP#19048:'

Phlox paniculata 'Sherbert Cocktail USPP#19048:'

Common Name: Sherbert Cocktail Garden Phlox

This midsized selection produces large clusters of fragrant flowers, in an exotic blend of ivory, soft pink and creamy yellow. Remove faded flowers to encourage more buds to form. 

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Phlox paniculata 'Shockwave'

Phlox paniculata 'Shockwave'

Common Name: Shockwave Garden Phlox

. From spring into early summer, the leaves are deep green with prominent, sunny yellow margins.  As the season progresses, the margins lighten to creamy yellow. 

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Phlox paniculata 'Twister'

Phlox paniculata 'Twister'

Common Name: Twister Garden Phlox

An easy to plant to succeed with. Long blooming period.

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Phlox paniculata 'Watermelon Punch'

Phlox paniculata 'Watermelon Punch'

Common Name: Watermelon Punch Garden Phlox

  Dwarf size makes this an ideal plant for the front of the border or in containers. Long flowering from mid-to-late summer.

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Phlox subulata 'Blue Emerald'

Phlox subulata 'Blue Emerald'

Common Name: Blue Emerald Creeping Phlox

Creeping phlox is a low-growing species which forms a carpet-like mat no taller than 6 inches. This popular little perennial is best utilized in rocky areas, on slopes, and in flower borders.

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Phlox subulata 'Coral Eyes'

Phlox subulata 'Coral Eyes'

Common Name: Coral Eyes Creeping Phlox

Creeping phlox is a low-growing species which forms a carpet-like mat no taller than 6 inches. This popular little perennial is best utilized in rocky areas, on slopes, and in flower borders.

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Phlox subulata 'Emerald Pink'

Phlox subulata 'Emerald Pink'

Common Name: Emerald Pink Creeping Phlox

Creeping phlox is a low-growing species which forms a carpet-like mat no taller than 6 inches. This popular little perennial is best utilized in rocky areas, on slopes, and in flower borders.

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Phlox subulata 'Purple Beauty'

Phlox subulata 'Purple Beauty'

Common Name: Purple Beauty Creeping Phlox

Creeping phlox is a low-growing species which forms a carpet-like mat no taller than 6 inches. This popular little perennial is best utilized in rocky areas, on slopes, and in flower borders.

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Phlox x 'Amethyst Pearl'

Phlox x 'Amethyst Pearl'

Common Name: Amethyst PearlGarden Phlox

Lavender/pink flowers with a white eye above glossy bright green foliage that stays mildew-free all season.

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Phlox x 'Crystal'

Phlox x 'Crystal'

Common Name: Crystal Garden Phlox

Broad, dark green, thick foliage stays beautiful all season. Each member of the Fashionably Early series has exceptional mildew resistance, thick leathery leaves, and a stoloniferous habit (as opposed to the tightly clumping P. paniculata types).

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Phlox x 'Lavender Ice'

Phlox x 'Lavender Ice'

Common Name: Lavender Ice Garden Phlox

 Pale lavender flowers with a lavender pink eye appear from early summer well into midsummer with some rebloom in fall. Narrow, spiky, dark green foliage stays beautiful all season. Each member of the Fashionably Early series has exceptional mildew resistance, thick leathery leaves, and a stoloniferous habit (as opposed to the tightly clumping P. paniculata types).

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Phlox x 'Pink Dark Eye'

Phlox x 'Pink Dark Eye'

Common Name: Pink Dark EyeGarden Phlox

EARLY PINK DARK EYE™ is the perfect choice for retailers looking for early color on neatly compact plants and gardeners wanting color in the garden earlier in the season. 

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Phlox x 'Princess'

Phlox x 'Princess'

Common Name: Princess Garden Phlox

This new Hybrid Phlox blooms earlier than the typical Tall Garden Phlox (Phlox paniculata), starting about 2-3 weeks earlier than the typical Phlox. ‘Fashionably Early Princess’ is the very first of the series to bloom. This is a taller variety of Hybrid Phlox that will work best for the middle to back of the border.

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Phlox x 'Violet Pinwheels'

Phlox x 'Violet Pinwheels'

Common Name: Violet Pinwheels Garden Phlox

The notched, upturned petals look like tiny pinwheels, especially with movement from the wind. This groundcover Phlox grows lower to the ground, spreads slowly, and is more restrained that varieties like ‘Purple Beauty’ or ‘Blue Emerald’. Perfect for rock gardens or the front of the border. From Jim Ault at Chicagoland Grows®.

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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Centerglow'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Centerglow'

Common Name: Centerglow Ninebark

oliage is nicely complemented by small pinkish-white, five-petaled flowers that bloom in dense, flat, rounded, spiraea-like clusters (corymbs) in late spring. Plants in this genus exhibit exfoliating bark on mature branches. The bark peels in strips to reveal several layers of reddish to light brown inner bark, hence the common name.

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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Jefam'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Jefam'

Common Name: Amber Jubilee Ninebark

Amber Jubilee® is distinct from purple-foliaged ninebarks. Its foliage is an improvement over long-time cultivar Dart’s Gold. Amber Jubilee® will be effective as a medium shrub in the landscape, whether massed or planted in small groupings.

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Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil'

Physocarpus opulifolius 'Little Devil'

Common Name: Little Devil Ninebark

In spring, clusters of small pinkish white flowers offer a bright contrast against the dark foliage. Plants grow just 3-4ft tall and wide at maturity, which make them a good choice for tucking in mixed borders and foundation plantings.

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