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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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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Physostegia viginiana 'Crystal Peak White'

Physostegia viginiana 'Crystal Peak White'

Common Name: Crystal Peak White Obedient Plant

An award winning variety of our native Obedient Plant, 'Crystal Peak White' blooms in mid-summer with numerous bright white flower spikes that attract lots of pollinators.

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Physostegia viginiana 'Miss Manners'

Physostegia viginiana 'Miss Manners'

Common Name: Miss Manners Obedient Plant

Plants typically grow to 24-30" tall on stiff, square stems clad with narrow, lance-shaped, sharp-toothed leaves (to 3-5” long). Rhizomes are very short and plants do not spread. Dense spikes (8-10" long) of pure white, tubular, two-lipped, snapdragon-like flowers bloom in summer. Flowers bloom on each spike from bottom to top. 

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Picea abies 'Acrocona'

Picea abies 'Acrocona'

Common Name: Acrocona Norway Spruce

The unusual coning habit tends to modify growth rate and shape and to produce a broad, spreading pyramid.

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Picea abies 'Elegans'

Picea abies 'Elegans'

Common Name: Elegans Norway Spruce

The densely arranged, slightly ascending branches of this dark green, flat-topped, dwarf nest spruce will add classy elegance to any garden. Plants break bud and develop bright green new growth earlier in spring than other nest types. Use the irregularly rounded, slow-growing, spreading plant as a low garden accent.

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Picea abies 'Gregoryana Parsonii'

Picea abies 'Gregoryana Parsonii'

Common Name: Dwarf Norway Spruce

Longer, flatter needles and a slightly more open habit distinguish 'Gregoryana Parsonsii' from 'Gregoryana'.

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Picea abies 'Little Gem'

Picea abies 'Little Gem'

Common Name: Little Gem Dwarf Norway Spruce

A dwarf needled evergreen shrub which has a dense, flat, globose, bun or cushion-like habit. New growth needles are light green, turning to a glossy, dark green with age. Typically grows slowly (3" per year) to 12" tall and 18-24" wide, but may occasionally reach 2' tall and 2-3' wide. A sport of Picea abies 'Nidiformis' (bird's nest spruce).

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Picea abies 'Nidiformis'

Picea abies 'Nidiformis'

Common Name: Birds Nest Norway Spruce

 It features size spreading, horizontal to slightly ascending branches which form a dense, broad-rounded, shrubby flattened globe. Thin dark gray needles become 3/4” long. In the spring the fresh young buds add interest to this plants.

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Picea abies 'Pumila'

Picea abies 'Pumila'

Common Name: Pumila Norway Spruce

The densely arranged of this dark green, rounded-topped, dwarf nest spruce will add classy elegance to any garden. Plants break bud and develop bright green new growth earlier in spring than other nest types. Use the irregularly rounded, slow-growing, spreading plant as a low garden accent.

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Picea abies 'Pusch'

Picea abies 'Pusch'

Common Name: Pusch Dwarf Norway Spruce

Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 1' tall x 2' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. USDA zone 2.

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Picea abies 'Tompa'

Picea abies 'Tompa'

Common Name: Tompa Norway Spruce

Its wide, conical shape resembles the well-known Alberta Spruce for which it is a superior alternative.  Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 1' tall x 1' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -50 degrees. USDA zone 2.

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Picea glauca 'Densata'

Picea glauca 'Densata'

Common Name: Black Hills Spruce

It is distinguished from the species by having (1) smaller size with slower growth rate, (2) denser habit, (3) brighter green to blue-green needles and (4) slightly shorter cones.

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Picea omorika

Picea omorika

Common Name: Serbian Spruce

Scaly, dark brown bark. Glossy, dark green needles (to 1" long) have white stomatal bands underneath lending a silvery, bicolored effect. Egg-shaped cones (to 2" long) are dark purple when young, but mature to a reddish brown.

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Picea pungens glauca 'Globosa'

Picea pungens glauca 'Globosa'

Common Name: Globose Dwarf Blue Spruce

DWARF. A flat topped, round bush of very dense habit. The needles are an exceptional glaucous blue. In a planting, this conifer becomes the focal point!

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Picea pungens glauca 'Montgomery'

Picea pungens glauca 'Montgomery'

Common Name: Montgomery Dwarf Blue Spruce

If the central leader is removed, the plant will grow wider than tall, until a new leader if formed. It is extensively used as a specimen in the landscape and could be grown in a container.

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Pinus mugo 'Mops'

Pinus mugo 'Mops'

Common Name: Mops Mugo Pine

'Mops' is a dwarf cultivar with a dense rounded form that typically matures over time to 3' tall with a similar spread, but is very slow-growing (2-4" per year) and is commonly seen as a 1-2' tall plant. Features medium to dark green needles (1-2" long) in bundles of two.

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Pinus mugo 'Slowmound'

Pinus mugo 'Slowmound'

Common Name: Slowmound Mugo Pine

Another popular true dwarf selection (to 3' tall), this cultivar forms a dark green, dense mound and won't outgrow its planting space. Similar true compact clones include: 'Paul's Dwarf','Sherwood Compact', 'Valley Cushion' and 'White Bud'. 

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Pinus mugo 'Valley Cushion'

Pinus mugo 'Valley Cushion'

Common Name: Valley Cushion Mugo Pine

Valley Cushion’ is a dwarf cultivar with a globose form that typically matures to only 2-3’ tall and as wide over the first 10 years, but is very slow-growing (2-3” per year) and is commonly seen as a 1-2’ tall plant. Features unusually short, medium green needles (to 1” long) in bundles of two.

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Pinus parviflora ''Glauca Breviflolia'

Pinus parviflora ''Glauca Breviflolia'

Common Name: Japanese White Pine

This very showy pine has an open habit, similar to that of Pinus parviflora 'Glauca,' but its blue-green needles, in tight bundles, are shorter and have more of an upward curve to them. Many persistent cones decorate the tall, moderately narrow tree

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Pinus parviflora 'Bergmanii'

Pinus parviflora 'Bergmanii'

Common Name: Bergman Japanese White Pine

Bergman Japanese White Pine will grow to be about 4 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 6 feet. It has a low canopy with a typical clearance of 5 feet from the ground. It grows at a slow rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live to a ripe old age of 120 years or more; think of this as a heritage tree for future generations!

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Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag'

Pinus strobus 'Blue Shag'

Common Name: Blue Shag Dwarf White Pine

A beautiful new evergreen garden shrub with a dense, mounded habit of growth and dusty blue needles; very compact and slow growing, excellent for form, texture and color detail in home gardens or for rock gardens; needs full sun

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Pinus strobus 'Mini Twists'

Pinus strobus 'Mini Twists'

Common Name: Mini Twists Dwarf White Pine

Short, soft blue-green needles have considerable twisting; overall a very pleasing selection for a small landscape. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. 2.5' tall x 3' wide in 10 years. Hardy to -40 degrees. USDA zone 3.

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Pinus sylvestris 'Albyn Prostrata'

Pinus sylvestris 'Albyn Prostrata'

Common Name: Prostrate Dwarf Scotch Pine

With maturity, layered branches mound in the center and taper down to the edges. A blue cast adds interest to the thick, green needles

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Platanus occidentalis

Platanus occidentalis

Common Name: American Sycamore

The signature ornamental feature of this huge tree is its brown bark which exfoliates in irregular pieces to reveal creamy white inner bark. Mature trees typically display mottled white bark that facilitates identification from great distances. The large 3-5 lobed medium to dark green leaves (4-10” wide) have coarse marginal teeth.

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Platycodon grandiflorus 'Astra Pink'

Platycodon grandiflorus 'Astra Pink'

Common Name: Astra PinkBalloon Flower

Balloon flower is a clump-forming perennial which is so named because its flower buds puff up like balloons before bursting open into outward to upward facing, bell-shaped flowers with five pointed lobes. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade.

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Platycodon grandiflorus 'Fuji White'

Platycodon grandiflorus 'Fuji White'

Common Name: Fuji White Balloon Flower

Balloon flower is a clump-forming perennial which is so named because its flower buds puff up like balloons before bursting open into outward to upward facing, bell-shaped flowers with five pointed lobes. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade.

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Platycodon grandiflorus 'Sentimental Blue'

Platycodon grandiflorus 'Sentimental Blue'

Common Name: Sentimental Blue Balloon Flower

Balloon flower is a clump-forming perennial which is so named because its flower buds puff up like balloons before bursting open into outward to upward facing, bell-shaped flowers with five pointed lobes. Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade.

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Plum (Prunus) 'Alderman'

Plum (Prunus) 'Alderman'

Common Name: Alderman Plum

Burgundy red. Excellent fresh or for preserves, soft and sweet. Bears fruit the second season after planting.

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Plum (Prunus) 'Blues Jam TM'

Plum (Prunus) 'Blues Jam TM'

Common Name: Blues Jam Plum

A self fruitful variety that ripens in mid September. From the Cornell Research Station in New York.

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Plum (Prunus) 'Bubblegum'

Plum (Prunus) 'Bubblegum'

Common Name: Bubblegun Plum

This heavy-producing variety yields crops of medium to large plums with reddish bronze skin and juicy yellow flesh that's as sweet as candy.

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Plum (Prunus) 'La Crescent'

Plum (Prunus) 'La Crescent'

Common Name: La Crescent Plum

High quality yellow plum. Fruit is small to medium. Sweet and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating and jams. Vigorous grower.

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Plum (Prunus) 'Lydecker'

Plum (Prunus) 'Lydecker'

Common Name: Blacklace Plum

large fruit with superior winter hardiness and an early ripening date. Fruit size and yield is comparable to popular conventional cultivars, however, the ripening date is 2-4 weeks earlier. Has been shown to be hardy and produce fruit in USDA zone 3b

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Plum (Prunus) 'Mount Royal'

Plum (Prunus) 'Mount Royal'

Common Name: Mount Royal European Plum

Blue - European Plum. Good eaten off tree. Excellent for dessert, jam and preserves. Tender, juicy flesh. Considered the best blue cultivar

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Plum (Prunus) 'Pembina'

Plum (Prunus) 'Pembina'

Common Name: Pembina Plum

'Pembina', is a good dessert plum with yellow flesh, and it is sweet and juicy. The large size, pointed fruit ripens in mid to late August. This fruit has red skin with yellow flesh and is a freestone

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Plum (Prunus) 'Pipestone'

Plum (Prunus) 'Pipestone'

Common Name: Pipestone Plum

A very attractive red plum with a golden blush. Sweet, juicy, yellow flesh with excellent quality.

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Plum (Prunus) 'Superior'

Plum (Prunus) 'Superior'

Common Name: Superior Plum

A robust, cold-hardy plum. Produces abundant crops of fire-red round plums that ripen early—in August. A good pollinator for other Japanese plum varieties

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Plum (Prunus) 'Toka'

Plum (Prunus) 'Toka'

Common Name: Toka Plum

The fruit is reddish bronze and the tree is a moderately vigorous and a heavy bearer of fruit. . One of the best pollinators.

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Plum (Prunus) 'Waneta'

Plum (Prunus) 'Waneta'

Common Name: Waneta Plum

'Waneta', produces well the first season after planting, and is one of the best market plums. Its fruit is large, red, sweet, juicy and of good quality. Now you can enjoy large, red-skinned, yellow-fleshed plums earlier in summer than ever before.

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Plum, Cherry (Prunus) x 'Compass'

Plum, Cherry (Prunus) x 'Compass'

Common Name: Compass Cherry Plum

Red - Excellent for jams, jellies, canning and sauces. Early bearing cross that yields fruit the second year after planting.

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Plum, Cherry (Prunus) x 'Red Diamond'

Plum, Cherry (Prunus) x 'Red Diamond'

Common Name: Red Diamond Cherry Plum

Red-purple. This dwarf cherry plum from Minnesota is hardy and resistant to disease and insects. Deep red flesh is thick, sweet and smooth textured.

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Plum, Cherry (Prunus) x 'Sapalta'

Plum, Cherry (Prunus) x 'Sapalta'

Common Name: Sapalta Cherry Plum

A cross between a sandcherry and a plum, produces sweet reddish-purple plum-like fruit, great for canning and jam, ornamental white flowers in spring

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Podophyllum peltatum

Podophyllum peltatum

Common Name: May Apple

Flowers are quite showy, but are usually hidden by the umbrella-like leaves. Each flower gives way to an edible, fleshy, maroon purple fruit (mayapple) which may be used to make preserves and jellies. Leaves and roots are poisonous, however.

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Polygonatum biflorum

Polygonatum biflorum

Common Name: Smooth Solomon's Seal

Typically grows in a mound to 1-3' tall on unbranched stems. Small, bell-shaped, greenish yellow flowers (usually in pairs) on short pedicels dangle in spring from the leaf axils along and underneath the arching stems.

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Polygonatum odoratum 'Byakko'

Polygonatum odoratum 'Byakko'

Common Name: White Tiger Solomon's Seal

Typically grows in a mound to 1-3' tall on unbranched stems. Small, bell-shaped, greenish yellow flowers (usually in pairs) on short pedicels dangle in spring from the leaf axils along and underneath the arching stems.

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Polypodium virginianum

Polypodium virginianum

Common Name: Rock Polypody

This is an evergreen fern that grows in creeping clumps to 10” tall with erect to arching, leathery, oblong-lanceolate to triangular, deeply-cut, pinnately lobed fronds.

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Primula 'Dark Rosaleen'

Primula 'Dark Rosaleen'

Common Name: Dark Rosaleen Primrose

Needs considerable moisture to succeed. Prefers moist, compost-rich soil.Will tolerate full sun if the soil is not too dry. Foliage is the same color as 'Guinevere' but with flowers like 'Garryade Crimson'.

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Primula beesiana

Primula beesiana

Common Name: Candelabra Primrose

P. beesiana is cultivated for its attractive flowers, which range from dark-red, through reddish-purple, to purple, and are produced from April to June. The scapes (flower stalks) are 20–35 cm long, elongating to 50 cm when in fruit and are sometimes covered with a white, meal-like powder on the nodes. Each scape bears 2–4 umbels, each consisting of 8–16 flowers.

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Primula cortusoides 'Rose'

Primula cortusoides 'Rose'

Common Name: Seberian Primrose

Perfect for a moist rock garden or in light shade beside a stream or pond. Best in cool summer regions.

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Primula elatior 'Jessica'

Primula elatior 'Jessica'

Common Name: Jessica Primula

he most important difference between the two is the way the flowers are arranged on the top of the stem. Unlike the false oxlip in the true oxlip the umbel drops to one side (see the second image down on the right). Flowers from April to late May.

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Primula japonica

Primula japonica

Common Name: Fairy Primrose

Needs considerable moisture to succeed. Prefers moist, compost-rich soil. May benefit from afternoon shade in hot summers. Can be divided every 2- 3 years right after bloom or in early fall

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Primula japonica 'Redfield Strain'

Primula japonica 'Redfield Strain'

Common Name: Redfield Strain Fairy Primrose

Needs considerable moisture to succeed. Prefers moist, compost-rich soil. May benefit from afternoon shade in hot summers. Can be divided every 2- 3 years right after bloom or in early fall

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Primula kisiona

Primula kisiona

Common Name: Primula

Blooms are well above the foliage and numerous for an excellent show. They are shaped a bit like a trumpet or perhaps a phlox in outline with five notched, deep rose-pink, petals to a bloom. As they age, each bloom will fade in color to a pale pastel pink that is very long lasting. There will be both fresh and faded flowers in a drift providing visual color variation.

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Primula pubescens 'Mixed'

Primula pubescens 'Mixed'

Common Name: Garden Auricula

The leaves are smooth, oval & mid-green in rosettes. Tolerates full sun, but prefers shade/semi-shade. Rich loam is best - top dress with compost occasionally. 

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Primula vulgaris 'Dawn Ansell'

Primula vulgaris 'Dawn Ansell'

Common Name: Dawn Ansell English Primrose

Double Primroses have been cherished in English cottage gardens for centuries. These nearly became extinct but are now available again, thanks to the miracles of modern laboratory cloning. They are easy to grow, and put on a tremendous show in the spring garden, their double rose-like flowers attracting comments from all who see them

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Primula vulgaris 'Lilian Harvey'

Primula vulgaris 'Lilian Harvey'

Common Name: Lilian Harvey Primrose

Double Primroses have been cherished in English cottage gardens for centuries. These nearly became extinct but are now available again, thanks to the miracles of modern laboratory cloning. They are easy to grow, and put on a tremendous show in the spring garden, their double rose-like flowers attracting comments from all who see them

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Primula x 'Quaker's Bonnet'

Primula x 'Quaker's Bonnet'

Common Name: Quaker's Bonnet English Primrose

Double Primroses have been cherished in English cottage gardens for centuries. These nearly became extinct but are now available again, thanks to the miracles of modern laboratory cloning. They are easy to grow, and put on a tremendous show in the spring garden, their double rose-like flowers attracting comments from all who see them

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Primula x bulleesiana

Primula x bulleesiana

Common Name: Bulle's Primrose

Bright, salverform, late spring flowers bloom in tightly-clustered tiered whorls (3 to 6 per stem) on leafless stems typically rising to 18-24" tall from basal rosettes of ovate to lanceolate, medium green leaves. Flower colors are often in the salmon-apricot to terra cotta range, but are variable and include cream, rose, red, lavender and purple.

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Prunus tenella

Prunus tenella

Common Name: Dwarf Russian Olive

Prunus tenella is a deciduous Shrub growing to 0.8 m (2ft 7in) by 1.5 m (5ft). It is hardy to zone 2. It is in flower in April, and the seeds ripen from Jul to August. The flowers are hermaphrodite (have both male and female organs) and are pollinated by Insects.

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Prunus tomentosa

Prunus tomentosa

Common Name: Nanking Cherry

Fruit is relished by many songbirds. Nesting cover for a few species of songbirds.

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Prunus triloba

Prunus triloba

Common Name: Flowering Almond

Flowering almond is a dense, rounded, deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub that typically grows 10-15’ tall and as wide. It is sometimes grown as a small tree. Pink, five-petaled flowers appear in a profuse early spring bloom

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Prunus x 'cistena'

Prunus x 'cistena'

Common Name: Purple Leaf Sand Cherry

Prunnus x cistena is a hybrid cross between P.pumila and P.cerasifera Atropurpurea. It is a deciduous shrub growing from 7 to 10 feet in height, with a lesser spread. The foliage is an intense red-purple and keeps its color over the summer.

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Ptelea trifoliata

Ptelea trifoliata

Common Name: Hop Tree

The blooms are followed by interesting, one-inchdiameter, flattened, tan "wafers" which will persist on the tree if not first consumed by wildlife. In the past, this bitter fruit was used as a substitute for hops in brewing beer.

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Pulmonaria 'Dark Vader'

Pulmonaria 'Dark Vader'

Common Name: Dark Vader Lungwort

Dark Vader Lungwort features delicate clusters of purple bell-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from mid to late spring. It's attractive narrow leaves remain dark green in color with distinctive silver spots throughout the season.

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Pulmonaria 'DeVroomen's Pride'

Pulmonaria 'DeVroomen's Pride'

Common Name: DeVroomen's Pride Lungwort

Large pink flowers fade to blue over mildew resistant foliage. Nice mounding habit. The wavy, spear-shaped leaves are dark green, infused with melting silver.

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Pulmonaria 'High Contrast'

Pulmonaria 'High Contrast'

Common Name: High Contrast Lungwort

Large pink flowers fade to blue over mildew resistant foliage. Nice mounding habit. The wavy, spear-shaped leaves are dark green, infused with melting silver.

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Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

Common Name: Raspberry Splash Lungwort

parantage:  'Bertram Anderson' x 'Leopard' , bred by Dan Helms, introduced in 1999

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Pulmonaria 'Silver Bouquet'

Pulmonaria 'Silver Bouquet'

Common Name: Silver Bouquet Lungwort

The flowers of 'Silver Bouquet' will move to a dark purple in late spring and the shimmering silver foliage will last well into autumn. Partial shade is recommended for 'Silver Bouquet' to gain its full color potential.

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Pulmonaria rubra 'David Ward'

Pulmonaria rubra 'David Ward'

Common Name: David Ward Lungwort

This outstanding British variety forms a good-sized clump of large, bright green leaves that are heavily margined in creamy-white. Clusters of coral-pink flowers appear in early spring, among the earliest to bloom. Because of the large amount of white in the leaves, choose a site that is protected from hot afternoon sun. 

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Pulmonaria saccharata 'Mrs. Moon'

Pulmonaria saccharata 'Mrs. Moon'

Common Name: Mrs. Moon Lungwort

Pulmonaria is an underused perennial that grows well in shady gardens. It is especially attractive when planted among hostas, ferns, and brunneras. Its flowers are among the most brilliantly colored blossoms of all perennials.

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Pulsatilla (Anemone) vernalis

Pulsatilla (Anemone) vernalis

Common Name: Lady of the Snows

A completely open flower is almost ten centimetres in diameter. The flower opens only for a short time during the late morning, as the spring sun spreads its warmth. Unlike other pasque flowers, spring pasque flower offers nectar as a reward to pollinators. The ripening achene grows a long, feathery flying hair and the seed can float on the wind for a long time. 

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Pulsatilla vulgaris

Pulsatilla vulgaris

Common Name: Pasque Flower

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers rich, humusy soils. Best in cool, moist climates.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Alba'

Common Name: White Pasque Flower

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers rich, humusy soils. Best in cool, moist climates.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Blaue Glocke'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Blaue Glocke'

Common Name: Violet Pasque Flower

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers rich, humusy soils. Best in cool, moist climates.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Papageno'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Papageno'

Common Name: Double Pasque Flower

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers rich, humusy soils. Best in cool, moist climates.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rosen Glocke'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rosen Glocke'

Common Name: Rose Pasque Flower

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers rich, humusy soils. Best in cool, moist climates.

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rosen Glocke'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rosen Glocke'

Common Name: Rose Pasque Flower

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Prefers rich, humusy soils. Best in cool, moist climates.

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