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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