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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Ranunculus ficaria 'Brazen Hussey'

Ranunculus ficaria 'Brazen Hussey'

Common Name: Brazen Hussey Lesser Celandine

Since this goes completely dormant in summer, plan on combining with something that will fill in the gap, such as a Hosta. Tolerates summer heat and humidity. Clumps may be easily divided in the late summer or fall when they are dormant.

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Rheum x coltorum 'Cawood Delight'

Rheum x coltorum 'Cawood Delight'

Common Name: Cawood Delight Rhubarb

This variety is not as vigorous as MacDonald, but has deeper red color and slightly thicker stalks. Cawood Delight has a stout growth habit that will excel in northern areas.

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Rheum x coltorum 'Chipmans Canada Red'

Rheum x coltorum 'Chipmans Canada Red'

Common Name: Chipmans Canada Red Rhubarb

Light green foliage and bright red stems highlight this popular garden vegetable that is as ornamental as it is delicious. It’s a long-lived perennial that will grow up to 18 inches in height with a 24 inch spread. It grows in a full, mounded form with a lush and vibrant appearance.

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Rheum x coltorum 'Crimson Cherry'

Rheum x coltorum 'Crimson Cherry'

Common Name: Crimson Cherry Rhubarb

The ‘Crimson Cherry’ rhubarb is noted for its tenderness, full rich flavor, heavy yields and excellent red color. The Rhubarb ‘Crimson Cherry’ is also known as ‘Early Cherry’ and ‘Crimson Wine’.  It produces long, thick stalks that are a rich red inside and out.  

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Rheum x coltorum 'Victoria'

Rheum x coltorum 'Victoria'

Common Name: Victoria Rhubarb

Famous for its wonderfully flavorful juice! Hardy, vigorous plants need little care. Enjoy sweet rhubarb for a lifetime! Plant three feet apart. Strong, number one roots. Once established, yields increase every year. A permanent investment!

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Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

Common Name: Capistrano Rhododendron

The late Dr. David Leach, a pioneer in the development of hardy Rhododendrons for American gardens, considered this to be his best yellow. Plant it in your garden and we're sure you'll think so too. Growth habit of 'Capistrano' is compact and spreading, reaching 4 to 5 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide at maturity. This plant has a very disease-and pest-resistant constitution.

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Rhododendron catawbiense 'English Roseum'

Rhododendron catawbiense 'English Roseum'

Common Name: English Roseum Rhododendron

It features large tresses of light rose-lilac flowers in the late-spring (mid-season). Elliptic to oblong leathery dark green leaves (3-6” long) are evergreen..

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Rhododendron x ''P. J. M.''

Rhododendron x ''P. J. M.''

Common Name: P. J. M. Rhododendron

P.J.M. Rhododendron is covered in stunning clusters of lightly-scented lavender trumpet-shaped flowers with rose overtones at the ends of the branches in mid spring, which emerge from distinctive fuchsia flower buds. It has green foliage. The narrow leaves turn an outstanding purple in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The smooth gray bark is not particularly outstanding.

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Rhododendron x ''Pioneer Silvery Pink''

Rhododendron x ''Pioneer Silvery Pink''

Common Name: Silvery Pink Rhododendron

Tends to be semi-evergreen in VT, but has wonderful fall color and reliable spring blooms.

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Rhododendron x 'Amy Cotta'

Rhododendron x 'Amy Cotta'

Common Name: Amy Cotta Rhododendron

 Dense, azalea-like foliage is smaller and darker than that of 'PJM'; plentiful ruffled blooms cover the plant in early spring.

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Rhododendron x 'Anna Hall'

Rhododendron x 'Anna Hall'

Common Name: Anna Hall Rhododendron

Bright pink buds open to white flowers flushed slightly pink, in late May. Rounded foliage on a compact, dense plant.

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Rhododendron x 'Boule de Neige'

Rhododendron x 'Boule de Neige'

Common Name: Boule de Neige Rhododendron

A favorite of us all here at the nursery. Leaves are matte green, and the plant's constitution is tough and very hardy. It even blooms well in deep shade. Flower bud hardy to -24F.

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Rhododendron x 'Hellikki'

Rhododendron x 'Hellikki'

Common Name: Hellikki Rhododendron

The multi-stemmed habit of this dense evergreen takes on a more or less rounded form, and its somewhat course texture means it makes a lovely contrast to plants with finer foliage. With an upright habit and a promise of alluring late-spring color, this rhododendron is sure to become a popular selection for foundation plantings from one side of the country to the other.

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Rhododendron x 'Mikkeli'

Rhododendron x 'Mikkeli'

Common Name: Mikkelii Rhododendron

The multi-stemmed habit of this dense evergreen takes on a more or less rounded form, and its somewhat course texture means it makes a lovely contrast to plants with finer foliage.

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Rhododendron x 'Nova Zembla'

Rhododendron x 'Nova Zembla'

Common Name: Nova Zembla Rhododendron

Nova Zembla rhododendron develops a stout trunk with thick stems. The bark becomes attractive with scale with age. The blooms are large, sometimes up to 5 inches wide. Flowers late May to June.

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Rhododendron x 'Olga Mezitt'

Rhododendron x 'Olga Mezitt'

Common Name: Olga Rhododendron

One of the reasons the ‘P.J.M.’ group is such a heavy flowerer is that the plant does not set seed. An excellent rhododendron for the New England states. This rhododendron is the result of a cross between R. mucronulatum and R. minusm var. compacta.  This variety grows to 5 to 6 feet tall and wide. Zones 4 to 8.

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Rhododendron yakushimanum 'Anna Hall'

Rhododendron yakushimanum 'Anna Hall'

Common Name: Anna Hall Rhododendron

Open woodland conditions are ideal for our premium Rhododendrons. Light, well-drained, moist soil high in organics and somewhat acidic works best.

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Rhododendron yakushimanum 'Mist Maiden'

Rhododendron yakushimanum 'Mist Maiden'

Common Name: Mist Maiden Rhododendron

'Mist Maiden' is a compact yakushimanum hybrid rhododendron that matures to 5' tall and as wide over the first 10 years. This is an evergreen plant that features dark green leaves covered with small hairs.

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Ribes 'Hinnomaki Red'

Ribes 'Hinnomaki Red'

Common Name: Hinnomaki Red Gooseberry

Ideal for pies, and oozing with flavours when eaten fresh from the bush.  Plant full sun for best results, well-drained moist soil. 

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Ribes nigrum 'Ben Sarek'

Ribes nigrum 'Ben Sarek'

Common Name: Ben Sarek Black Currant

Flowers give way to long, pendant clusters of black currants which ripen in June-July. Medium green leaves are 3-5 lobed, and are aromatic when crushed. Currants may be eaten ripe off the shrub or used to make jams, jellies and pies.

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Ribes nigrum 'Consort'

Ribes nigrum 'Consort'

Common Name: Consort Black Currant

This mildew-resistant currant with an "Old World"taste! is great for jelly, wine, etc. The leaves are three-lobed, toothy, and dark green, and the shrub is many stemmed and gangly.

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Ribes rubrum 'Blanka'

Ribes rubrum 'Blanka'

Common Name: White Currant

Large berries, Healthy and that productive race. The size after 10 years is 150 cm. The berry colour is whitish yellow. This plant is hardy.The berry period is July - August.

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Ribes rubrum 'Johkheer van Tets'

Ribes rubrum 'Johkheer van Tets'

Common Name: Jonkheer van Tets Red Currant

In Massachusetts, it matures in early July. Produces heavy crops of large attractive red berries on long trusses. Good flavour. The erect bush is easy to pick and has mildew resistance.

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Ribes rubrum 'Perfection'

Ribes rubrum 'Perfection'

Common Name: Perfection Red Currant

Medium green leaves are 3-5 lobed, and are aromatic when crushed. Red currants, although tart, may be eaten ripe off the shrub, but are perhaps more often harvested to make jams, jellies and pies.

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Ribes rubrum 'Pink Champagne'

Ribes rubrum 'Pink Champagne'

Common Name: Pink Champagne Red Currant

Currants from this cultivar are less tart than the red currants from species plants. Although these currants may be eaten ripe off the shrub, they are more often harvested to make jams, jellies and pies. Medium green leaves are 3-5 lobed, and are aromatic when crushed.

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Ribes rubrum 'Red Lake'

Ribes rubrum 'Red Lake'

Common Name: Red Lake Red Currant

Medium green leaves are 3-5 lobed, and are aromatic when crushed. Red currants, although tart, may be eaten ripe off the shrub, but are perhaps more often harvested to make jams, jellies and pies.

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Ribes rubrum 'Rovada'

Ribes rubrum 'Rovada'

Common Name: Rovada Red Currant

Medium green leaves are 3-5 lobed, and are aromatic when crushed. Red currants, although tart, may be eaten ripe off the shrub, but are perhaps more often harvested to make jams, jellies and pies.

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Ribes uva crispa 'Invicta'

Ribes uva crispa 'Invicta'

Common Name: Invicta Gooseberry

Vigorous, spreading growth habit. Has numerous thorns which make pruning more difficult.

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Ribes uva crispa 'Pixwell'

Ribes uva crispa 'Pixwell'

Common Name: Pixwell Gooseberry

Delicious for fresh eating or for pies and jellies. Vigorous,

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Ribes uva crispa 'Tixia'

Ribes uva crispa 'Tixia'

Common Name: Tixia Gooseberry

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Ribes x loebneri 'ssp'

Ribes x loebneri 'ssp'

Common Name: Jostaberry

Glossy dark green leaves are ornamental well into fall. Very vigorous. Does well in most soils with little need for fertilizer or pesticides. Mature height of the Jostaberry will be about 4-6 ft.

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Robinia pseudoacacia

Robinia pseudoacacia

Common Name: Black Locust

For approximately a 10-day period in late spring, the trees are festooned with four to eight-inch-long, dense clusters of extremely fragrant, one-inch white blossoms (similar to sweet-peas) which are literally "alive" with the bustling activity of visiting bees. The honey which is produced is quite delicious and sought-after.

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Robinia pseudoacacia 'Purple Robe'

Robinia pseudoacacia 'Purple Robe'

Common Name: Purple Robe Black Locust

 Dark rosy pink fragrant hanging flowers in spring. It is a plant for a well-drained, sunny site and is drought tolerant.

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Rodgersia henrici 'Cherry Blush'

Rodgersia henrici 'Cherry Blush'

Common Name: Cherry Blush Rodgersia

The palmate leaves of this perennial are bronze in spring, maturing to a deep red-to-purple with bronze highlights. The bright pink flowers borne on airy panicles 2 to 3 feet high.

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Rodgersia pinnata 'Snow Clouds'

Rodgersia pinnata 'Snow Clouds'

Common Name: Snow Cloud Rodgersia

Bold coarse foliage resembles the leaf of a horse chestnut tree. Emerging bronze changing to dark green by mid summer. Creates a dramatic effect with its tall flower spikes high above the foliage in summer. Rodgersia needs a permanently moist soil, a place near water would be the best choice.

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Rodgersia podophylla 'Bronze Form'

Rodgersia podophylla 'Bronze Form'

Common Name: Bronze Form Giant Rodgersia

Bronzeleaf Rodgersia features airy plumes of shell pink flowers with creamy white overtones rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting.

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Rodgersia podophylla 'Rotlaub'

Rodgersia podophylla 'Rotlaub'

Common Name: Red Leaf Giant Rodgersia

Rotlaub' means 'Red Leaf' This is an extremely colorful variety. The glossy foliage is a distinctive coppery-red to deep bronze and holds its color much better in the summer than other varieties. The jagged edged leaves mature to a spectacular deep red-bronze in late summer providing a backdrop for the dramatic 3 to 5 foot plumes of creamy-white flowers. 

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Rosa 'Alexander MacKenzie'

Rosa 'Alexander MacKenzie'

Common Name: Alexander MacKenzie Rose

Alexander Mackenzie Rose is covered in stunning lightly-scented red flowers with cherry red overtones at the ends of the stems from late spring to late summer. 

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Rosa 'Centifolia Variegata'

Rosa 'Centifolia Variegata'

Common Name: Village Maid Rose

Very fragrant double blooms of creamy white with streaks of pale pink. Robust and very prickly shrub. Summer flowering. 

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Rosa 'Champlain'

Rosa 'Champlain'

Common Name: Champlain Rose

Autumn finds the blooms accompanied by round orange hips. Resistant to disease and insects. Own root.

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Rosa 'Duc de Cambridge'

Rosa 'Duc de Cambridge'

Common Name: Duke of Cambridge Damask Rose

Antique rose with pure dark mauve which turns pink with age, romantic large, very full and very fragrant flowers

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Rosa 'F J Grootendorst'

Rosa 'F J Grootendorst'

Common Name: F J Grootendorst Rose

Rugosa roses are very tolerant of harsh conditions. They can tolerate wind, poor soil and salt spray. Grootendorst grow best in fertile, moist, well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade.

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Rosa 'Gerbe'

Rosa 'Gerbe'

Common Name: Gerbe Rose

Large, loosely double, quatered flowers of soft pink tinted with cream, with a delicious peony-like fragrance. Rather stiff growth, ideal for a pillar rose. Free-flowering, frequently followed by later blooms. 12ft.

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Rosa 'Geschwind's Orden'

Rosa 'Geschwind's Orden'

Common Name: Geschwind's Orden Rose

This is a very rare mauvey pink rose that has been described by several as 'one of Geschwinds best'. The buds are fat and open cupped, then quartered, with the outer petals lighter pink than the inner ones which can have deep tones in cool weather. The flowers are lightly fragrant and occur in clusters.

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Rosa 'John Cabot'

Rosa 'John Cabot'

Common Name: John Cabot Hardy Rose

The lovely flowers are followed by attractive hips of orange. This is a wonderful, repeat blooming fully double rose, petal count is 40..

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Rosa 'Morden Blush'

Rosa 'Morden Blush'

Common Name: Morden Blush Rose

As they mature, the lovely flowers fade fully to ivory. Low growing, with glossy green foliage, 'Morden Blush' also provides orange-red fruit in fall. Own root.

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Rosa 'Ramblin' Red'

Rosa 'Ramblin' Red'

Common Name: Ramblin' Red Rose

 Compared to its parent, 'Henry Kelsey', it has equal hardiness, slightly better disease resistance and fuller flowers of a rich, more true, red. Own root.

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Rosa 'Russelliana'

Rosa 'Russelliana'

Common Name: Russell's Cottage Rose

Magenta blooms turning mauve with darker centre and lighter edges, medium very full old fashion blooms, opening flat, 10' - 20', winter hardy and non-recurent. It is a hybrid of R. multiflora and a Damask rose. Some think that it is a hybird of R. multiflora and R. setigera .

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Rosa 'Seven Sisters'

Rosa 'Seven Sisters'

Common Name: Seven Sisters Climbing Rose

The Seven Sisters Rose, Rosa 'Seven Sisters', is a strong growing rose that has seven differently colored flowers depending on the bloom age. These small fragrant flowers range from pink to crimson.  

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Rosa 'The Fairy'

Rosa 'The Fairy'

Common Name: The Fairy Rose

Small glossy leaves have good resistance to fungal diseases. A profuse bloomer. R. ‘Paul Crampel’ x R.‘Lady Gay’ (Bentall 1932).

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Rosa 'William Baffin'

Rosa 'William Baffin'

Common Name: William Baffin Hardy Rose

This kordesii rose is a climbing or pillar rose which typically grows 8-10' tall. Also can be grown as a 5-8' tall free-standing shrub. Features clusters of fragrant, deep pink, semi-double flowers (to 2.5" across) from late spring to frost. Glossy, dark green foliage. One of the Canadian-developed Explorer Series.

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Rosa alba 'Königin von Dänemark'

Rosa alba 'Königin von Dänemark'

Common Name: Queen of Denmark Rose

One of the finest of all the Old Roses: few can equal this for the perfection of its blooms. Pretty, cupped buds open to large, beautifully formed, quartered, slightly reflexing flowers, each with a central button eye. They are a soft glowing shade of pink.

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Rosa alba 'Semi plena'

Rosa alba 'Semi plena'

Common Name: White Rose of York

Alba roses are very hardy large shrubs with sparsely prickly stems, greyish-green leaves and clusters of fragrant, double or semi-double flowers in midsummer.

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Rosa gallica 'Cardinal de Richelieu'

Rosa gallica 'Cardinal de Richelieu'

Common Name: Rose Van Sian

One of the darkest coloured roses. The colour begins as mauvish-pink in the bud, becoming mauve as the blooms open, and finally turning deep rich purple. 

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Rosa gallica 'Charles de Mills'

Rosa gallica 'Charles de Mills'

Common Name: Charles de Mills Rose

One of the largest flowered and most spectacular of the old roses. The blooms are very full, with many closely packed petals. They have a unique formation, being very flat, so that they have a ‘sliced-off’ appearance. The colour is rich crimson with a tint of purple as the flowers age. 

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Rosa gallica 'Empress Josephine'

Rosa gallica 'Empress Josephine'

Common Name: Empress Josephine Rose

One of the most beautiful old roses bearing large, loosely double blooms with wavy petals of an unusual papery appearance. Their colour is a clear rose-pink veined with deep pink. Although only once-flowering, the flowers are followed by a fine crop of large, orange, turbinate hips.

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Rosa gallica 'officinalis'

Rosa gallica 'officinalis'

Common Name: Apothocary's Rose

Deep pink to carmine red with a mauve undertone. The medium, semi-double flowers have been valued already by the Egyptians, Persians and Romans. Also, throughout history this rose has been known for its healing properties. 4' - 5', bushy

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Rosa gallica 'Tuscany Superb'

Rosa gallica 'Tuscany Superb'

Common Name: Old Velvet Rose

'Tuscany Superb' is a small shrub of vigorous, upright habit, with plentiful almost thornless dark green foliage and semi-double, very fragrant, velvety dark crimson-purple flowers to 6cm in width with gold stamens, in summer.

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Rosa gallica 'Versicolor'

Rosa gallica 'Versicolor'

Common Name: Rosa mundi

Antique pure rose pink with white stripes and dancing yellow stamens, large semi-double flowers.

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Rosa rugosa 'a Parfum de l'Hay'

Rosa rugosa 'a Parfum de l'Hay'

Common Name: Fragrant Rugosa Roge

Cherry red blossoms with a strong fragrance decorate this dense bush and are a nice accent to the dark green foliage. The smaller growth habit allows for its use where other Rugosas may be overpowering.

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Rosa rugosa 'Blanc Double de Coubert'

Rosa rugosa 'Blanc Double de Coubert'

Common Name: Blanc Double de Coubert Rose

The loose, delicate blooms of purest white are intoxicatingly fragrant, day or night. With the approach of fall, the foliage dons the colors of the season, enhanced further by large scarlet fruits. Own root.

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Rosa rugosa 'Frau Dagmar Hartopp'

Rosa rugosa 'Frau Dagmar Hartopp'

Common Name: Frau Dagmar Hartopp Pink Hardy Rose

A prolific bloomer. Fragrant, silvery-pink, single blooms with showy yellow stamens appear in June. Plants produce large red hips in great quantity that color as early as July. Rich dark green foliage turns an excellent yellow to orange fall color.

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Rosa rugosa 'Roseraie de l'Hay'

Rosa rugosa 'Roseraie de l'Hay'

Common Name: Fragrant Rugosa Roge

 ‘Roseraie de l’Hay’ forms a vigorous and completely reliable shrub with dense, spreading growth and luxurious, glossy, apple-green foliage. 7 x 7 ft.

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Rosa rugosa 'Snow Pavement'

Rosa rugosa 'Snow Pavement'

Common Name: Snow Pavement Shrub Rose

The rugose, disease resistant foliage is dark green and provides a subtle backdrop for informal flowers. In autumn, it is graced with large red hips that add a wonderful element to the fall and winter garden. Own root.

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Rosa spinosissima 'Old Yellow'

Rosa spinosissima 'Old Yellow'

Common Name: Old Yellow Scotch

Warm yellow fading to white, scented medium double blooms , arching 5' - 6', very early blooming and can tolerate some shade, non-recurrent

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Rosa x

Rosa x

Common Name: Carpet Rose

Flower Carpet®  ground cover roses  - often referred to as The Carpet Rose®  -  are popular the world over. Why? Because once established they can provide up to 2,000 flowers per season, have a long flowering period, are easy to care for and have exceptional disease resistance with drought tolerance. 

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Rosa x 'Radazz'

Rosa x 'Radazz'

Common Name: Knockout Rose

The no fuss plants have fragrant, bright red flowers that first begin to appear in mid-spring and continue to produce their gorgeous blooms all the way into late fall. 

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Rosa x 'Radcon'

Rosa x 'Radcon'

Common Name: Pink Knockout Rose

The Pink Knockout Rose posses all the same traits as her sisters. A profuse bloomer, no fuss rose with exceptional resistance to problems many other rose plants are susceptible to like black spot and insects.  Blooms peridically all summer.

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Rosa x 'Radsunny'

Rosa x 'Radsunny'

Common Name: Sunny Knockout Rose

Sunny Knockout is one of newer members of the Knockout Rose family. Plants with dark green foliage cover themselves with sunny yellow blooms all summer long and continue into the fall. 

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Rosa x 'RADtko'

Rosa x 'RADtko'

Common Name: Double Red Knockout Rose

Double Knockout Rose is one of the newer roses of the Knockout Family. Three inch blooms are bright red edged in gorgeous shades of pink. The inner petals give the flower a much fuller look

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Rosa x 'Radtkopink'

Rosa x 'Radtkopink'

Common Name: Double Pink Knockout Rose

Double Pink Knockout Rose is another terrific no fuss shrub rose from the Knockout Family. You can forget all about the chores that are necessary for other roses. 

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Rosa x 'Radyod'

Rosa x 'Radyod'

Common Name: Blushing Knockout Rose

Blushing Knockout Rose is a heavy bloomer with 3 inch light pink flowers that slowly fade to shell pink. Plants bloom profusely beginning their color show in early summer and march on through summer right up until the first frost.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIage'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIage'

Common Name: High Voltage Easy Elegance Rose

High Voltage provides shockingly beautiful yellow flowers with an upright growth pattern and disease-free foliage. The plant is highly disease tolerant to black spot. Blooms are held high on sturdy canes and are very fragrant. 

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIcham'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIcham'

Common Name: Champagne Wishes Easy Elegance Rose

Combines beautifully with perennials in a mixed border or plant as a refined low hedge. Disease-resistant medium green foliage. Own root.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIday'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIday'

Common Name: DayDream Easy Elegance Rose

Daydream Rose is bathed in stunning fuchsia flowers with purple overtones and yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from late spring to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It has forest green foliage throughout the season. The oval compound leaves turn yellow in fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIload'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIload'

Common Name: Yellow Brick Road Easy Elegance Rose

Excellent flower effect. Will add a splash of color in the front of the border, as a groundcover and also as a low hedge. You don't have to be in Oz to find excellent blackspot resistance, so unique among yellow roses. Own root.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIlove'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIlove'

Common Name: Coral Cove Easy Elegance Rose

The small, perfectly rounded form makes an outstanding informal hedge along a walkway or garden path. The color is so easy to combine it should have a place in every perennial border. Highly disease resistant. Own root.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIoad'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIoad'

Common Name: Music Box Easy Elegance Rose

A exhibition of color, Music Box sings with double blooms of creamy yellow centers surrounded by delicate pink blends.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIset'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIset'

Common Name: Sunrise Sunset Easy Elegance Rose

Sunrise Sunset is a stunning blend, with bright fuchsia-pink petals, blending to apricot near the centers. Blue-green foliage is disease-resistant on this everblooming shrub rose.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIsme'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAIsme'

Common Name: Kiss Me Easy Elegance Rose

It flowers all season, and is especially attractive in the perennial border. Highly disease-resistant foliage adds to its appeal as a cut flower. Own root.

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Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAItown'

Rosa x Easy Elegance 'BAItown'

Common Name: Paint the Town Easy Elegance Rose

 Glossy, dark green foliage accents the red perfectly and highlights the incredible flower effect all season long. The evenly spreading to mounded habit is as well-suited to container gardening as it is to the border. Highly disease-resistant. Own root.

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Rosa x OSO Easy 'Mango Salsa'

Rosa x OSO Easy 'Mango Salsa'

Common Name: Mango Salsa Rose

The continuous blooms have an amazing color: shades of ruby red grapefruit, summer sunsets, and those fancy tropical drinks with umbrellas in them. They cover the tidy mound of dark, glossy foliage. 

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Rosa x OSO Easy 'Paprika'

Rosa x OSO Easy 'Paprika'

Common Name: Paprika Salsa OSO Easy Rose

The continuous blooms have an amazing color: shades of ruby red grapefruit, summer sunsets, and those fancy tropical drinks with umbrellas in them. They cover the tidy mound of dark, glossy foliage. 

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Rubus fruticosus 'Chris's Selection'

Rubus fruticosus 'Chris's Selection'

Common Name: Chris's Blackberry

Clusters of pinkish-white, 5-petaled, rose-like flowers in spring give way to firm blackberries of excellent eating quality that mature in summer

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Rubus idaeus 'Anne'

Rubus idaeus 'Anne'

Common Name: Anne Raspberry

Excellent for freezing and storing.

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Rubus idaeus 'Autumn Britten'

Rubus idaeus 'Autumn Britten'

Common Name: Autumn Britten Red Raspberry

One of the most desired fall bearers.

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Rubus idaeus 'Boyne'

Rubus idaeus 'Boyne'

Common Name: Boyne Red Raspberry

Being EXTREMELY hardy, it will grow where other varieties experience winter injury damage to the canes.

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Rubus idaeus 'Canby'

Rubus idaeus 'Canby'

Common Name: Canby Red Raspberry

Strong vigorous canes support the heavy crop of summer fruit. Ideal for freezing, canning, cooking, and fresh eating..

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Rubus idaeus 'Caroline'

Rubus idaeus 'Caroline'

Common Name: Caroline Red Raspberry

Caroline is widely adapted, growing everywhere from the East Coast to the West Coast. This variety does not tolerate high heat and drought. 

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Rubus idaeus 'Double Gold'

Rubus idaeus 'Double Gold'

Common Name: Double Gold Raspberry

The plant grows vigorously, suckers freely, and shows tolerance to diseases.  Double Gold can be grown as both a floricane (summer) and primocane (fall) producer.  This plant is more suited for home garnerers, Pick-your-own, and local commercial sales.  

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Rubus idaeus 'Encore'

Rubus idaeus 'Encore'

Common Name: Encore Red Raspberry

This red raspberry variety helps fill the harvest gap in late July to early August between standard early and late season varieties. Hardy plants produce berries that hold up well to handling. Bred in New York. Grows best in Zones 4-7.

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Rubus idaeus 'Heritage'

Rubus idaeus 'Heritage'

Common Name: Heritage Red Raspberry

Clusters of white, 5-petaled, rose-like flowers give way to red raspberries of excellent eating quality. This cultivar is one of the best of the fall-fruiting ones for the Northeast

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Rubus idaeus 'Himbo Top'

Rubus idaeus 'Himbo Top'

Common Name: Himbo Top Red Raspberry

. Primocane berries ripen in September through frost. Self-pollinating. May be covered by U.S.P.P. #19512 or other patents.

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Rubus idaeus 'Jaclyn'

Rubus idaeus 'Jaclyn'

Common Name: Jaclyn Red Raspberry

Jaclyn fruit is a distinct dark red when ripe. Drupelets are held tightly together with a long, narrow plug cavity

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Rubus idaeus 'Killarney'

Rubus idaeus 'Killarney'

Common Name: Killarney Red Raspberry

Released in 1961, Killarney is especially winter hardy. A producer up the road finds 'Killarney' to be his best and most productive of all his red raspberries.

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Rubus idaeus 'Latham'

Rubus idaeus 'Latham'

Common Name: Latham Red Raspberry

Clusters of white, 5-petaled, rose-like flowers give way to red raspberries of excellent eating quality. This cultivar is one of the best of the sumer-fruiting ones for the Northeast

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Rubus idaeus 'Lauren'

Rubus idaeus 'Lauren'

Common Name: Lauren Red Raspberry

Big, excellent and abundant! It’s really all a raspberry lover dreams of: heavy crops of large, high quality raspberries – available for picking over a long fruiting season. It’s also winter hardy and resistant to root rot. Ripens in late June. This product may be covered by one or more of the following patents. U.S.P.P. #10610.

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Rubus idaeus 'Nova'

Rubus idaeus 'Nova'

Common Name: Nova Red Raspberry

Can be used as a summer bearer in the North

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Rubus idaeus 'Polana'

Rubus idaeus 'Polana'

Common Name: Polana Red Raspberry

Canes are vigorous and grow shorter than those of Heritage. Ripens early August in southern New England...in most cases, helps fill in the gap between summer and fall raspberries. A great choice for early fall raspberries.

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Rubus idaeus 'Polka'

Rubus idaeus 'Polka'

Common Name: Polka Red Raspberry

A primocane raspberry variety from Poland. The plant is vigorous with a more upright growing habit than other varieties. Berries are large, very firm, and have good flavor.

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Rubus idaeus 'Prelude'

Rubus idaeus 'Prelude'

Common Name: Prelude Red Raspberry

Although Prelude is also fall-bearing, it produces the biggest portion of its crop in the spring. Very winter hardy and vigorous,

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Rubus idaeus 'Souris'

Rubus idaeus 'Souris'

Common Name: Souris Red Raspberry

Compared to the old standard Boyne, Souris is slightly sweeter, more productive

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Rubus x 'Bristol'

Rubus x 'Bristol'

Common Name: Bristol Purple Raspberry

Bristol ripens late July/early August. It is hardy, has wide adaptation, and has good yield potential. 

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Rubus x 'Raspberry Shortcake'

Rubus x 'Raspberry Shortcake'

Common Name: Raspberry Shortcake Raspberry

Full-size, nutritious and super sweet red raspberries appear in mid-summer on thornless canes. Self-fertile.

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Rubus x 'Royalty'

Rubus x 'Royalty'

Common Name: Royalty Purple Raspberry

The Royalty ripens mid-July. Royalty is hardy, has wide adaptation, and has good yield potential. This new cultivar has great insect resistance and is among the largest fruited raspberries. 

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Rudbeckia fulgida 'City Garden'

Rudbeckia fulgida 'City Garden'

Common Name: City Garden Black-eyed Susan

Daisy-like flowers (2.5” diameter) with bright yellow-orange rays and dome-shaped, dark brown cones bloom singly atop strong stems from July to September. Genus name honors Swedish botanists/scientists Olof Rudbeck the Younger (1660-1740) and his father Olof Rudbeck the Elder (1660-1740)

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Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'

Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm'

Common Name: Goldsturm Black-eyed Susan

Provides seeds in the winter for birds and nectar for butterflies. Beautiful and versatile, outstanding in mass plantings as a border perennial, meadow and prairie gardens as well as a noninvasive groundcover.

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Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii 'Little Goldstar'

Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii 'Little Goldstar'

Common Name: Little Goldstar Black-eyed Susan

Just 14 to 16 inches high and wide, 'Little Goldstar' nonetheless sets big 2- to 2½-inch blooms on strong stems above dark green foliage. Set with long, slender golden petals around a prominent dark brown cone, these flowers are great for fresh or dried bouquets, and act as a magnet for all neighborhood butterflies and bees in summer.

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Rudbeckia grandiflora 'Sundance'

Rudbeckia grandiflora 'Sundance'

Common Name: Sundance Rough Sunflower

Also known as Rough Coneflower, this species is native across much of the Eastern USA and Canada but not yet known in most gardens. It forms a bushy, upright mound of green leaves, with interesting parasol-shaped blooms that have droopy yellow petals surrounding a brown cone. Plants flower in late summer and well into the autumn. A magnet to butterflies. Great for cutting.

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Rudbeckia laciniata 'Goldquelle'

Rudbeckia laciniata 'Goldquelle'

Common Name: Goldquelle Coneflower

'Goldquelle' is a hybrid of Rudbeckia lacinata var hortensia which is the naturally occurring double form of Cutleaf Coneflower native to New England, pollinated by its smaller southern cousinR. nitida or Shiny Coneflower which is a more normal looking black-eyed-susan with cone. The fully double hybrid is shorter & much more densely leafed than either of its parent species. Plus it has no actual cone, rendering "coneflower" a misnomer, hence its alternate name Gold Drops.

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Rudbeckia nitida 'Herbstsonne'

Rudbeckia nitida 'Herbstsonne'

Common Name: Autumn Sun Coneflower

This is a substantial plant which features large daisy-like flowers (3-4" across) with drooping yellow rays and elongated bright green center cones. Flowers bloom singly atop slender branching stems. Long summer bloom. Toothed, bright green leaves (3-6" long).

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Rudbeckia triloba

Rudbeckia triloba

Common Name: Brown-eyed Susan

While it prefers moderate moisture, Brown-eyed Susan tolerates most conditions, including drought, once it is established. It makes an excellent cut flower and complements any of the tall native grasses and common prairie wildflowers 

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Rudbeckia triloba 'Prairie Glow'

Rudbeckia triloba 'Prairie Glow'

Common Name: Prairie Glow Brown-eyed Susan

While it prefers moderate moisture, Brown-eyed Susan tolerates most conditions, including drought, once it is established. It makes an excellent cut flower and complements any of the tall native grasses and common prairie wildflowers 

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