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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Sagina subulata

Sagina subulata

Common Name: Irish Moss

Delightful tiny white flowers appear atop the tight green carpet of foliage from late spring to midsummer.

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Sagina subulata 'Aurea'

Sagina subulata 'Aurea'

Common Name: Golden Irish Moss

Delightful tiny white flowers appear atop the tight green carpet of foliage from late spring to midsummer.

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Salix alba 'Flame'

Salix alba 'Flame'

Common Name: Flame Willow

'Flame' is an all-male white willow cultivar which is most noted for the fact that its new growth stemsturn red to orange-red in winter.  To maximize this red stem effect, this plant is usually grown as a multi-stemmed shrub with the branches being cut back heavily each year in late winter to about 1' from the ground before new growth appears.

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Salix alba 'Silver Column'

Salix alba 'Silver Column'

Common Name: Upright Silver Willow

Slender, silvery, gray-green leaves on upright branches. Great as a contrast plant. Good substitute for Lombardy Poplar.

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Salix alba 'Tristis'

Salix alba 'Tristis'

Common Name: Niobe Weeping Willow

The weeping habit creates dense shade and if left untrimmed, the drooping branches will grow to the ground, effectively blocking all sunlight. Only plants that can tolerate deep shade will grow under these trees. Locate weeping willow only where there is adequate space for its large, imposing form.

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Salix aquatica ''Gigantea Korso''

Salix aquatica ''Gigantea Korso''

Common Name: Large Willow

Pink catkins turn grey in the erly spring "fluffing out" nicely with the addition of the anthers.  Great for cuts (forcing),  baskets and large, quick growing screens. Introduction from Sweden where they are being used in biofuel technology.

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Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'

Salix integra 'Hakuro Nishiki'

Common Name: Dappled Willow

This mounding shrub display a natural semi-weeping habit. Can be kept at 4' or let to grow to be 15'. Works best in moist soils. Zones 4-7.

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Salix nakamurana 'var. yezoalpina'

Salix nakamurana 'var. yezoalpina'

Common Name: Alpine Willow

Branches will crawl through crevices and over large rocks. This willow develops a very short trunk which does not rise upwards by more than one foot, but from which stiff woody reddish brown branches radiate outward along the ground in all directions to 6' wide or more. Branches root where they touch the ground. Silky, fuzzy, yellowish catkins (each to 2" long) commonly called pussy willows appear upright along the branches in early spring (late March-early April) prior to the emergence of the leaves. Catkins purportedly resemble the pads on a cat’s paw, hence the common name.

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Salix Xfragilis 'Golden Willow'

Salix Xfragilis 'Golden Willow'

Common Name: Golden Willow

Great for basket making and for cut stems. Good for a fast growing screen.

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Salvia argentea

Salvia argentea

Common Name: Silver Sage

Unlike most salvias, plants of this species are grown primarily for their large, woolly leaves and not for their flowers. 

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Salvia nemorosa 'Blaukonigin'

Salvia nemorosa 'Blaukonigin'

Common Name: Blue Queen Salvia

An incredibly low-maintenance plant, it tolerates dry or wet situations, is happy in most any soil, even a poor one, and is unfazed by heat and humidity. Plus, butterflies and hummingbirds love the intensely hued blooms! 15-18" tall and wide - See more at: http://www.springhillnursery.com/product/blue_queen_salvia#sthash.wxTS0MjE.dpuf

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Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Common Name: Caradonna Salvia

Can be clipped back hard after blooming, to rejuvenate the foliage. Attractive to both butterflies and hummingbirds. Winner of the 2000 Outstanding New Perennial Award by the International Hardy Plant Union.

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Salvia nemorosa 'Mainnacht'

Salvia nemorosa 'Mainnacht'

Common Name: May Night Salvia

It has a long blooming period with vibrant blue flowers, grows up to 18 inches tall and has a compact growth habit. The striking violet-blue flowers are very attractive when set against a light colored background or when mixed with white, yellow or orange flowers. 'May Night' is a hybrid salvia and will not come true from seed, but can be propagated from division or cuttings. It is hardy to Zone 4. University of Nebraska Extension

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Salvia nemorosa 'Rosenwein'

Salvia nemorosa 'Rosenwein'

Common Name: Rose Wine Salvia

It has a long blooming period with vibrant blue flowers, grows up to 18 inches tall and has a compact growth habit. The striking violet-blue flowers are very attractive when set against a light colored background or when mixed with white, yellow or orange flowers. 'May Night' is a hybrid salvia and will not come true from seed, but can be propagated from division or cuttings. It is hardy to Zone 4. University of Nebraska Extension

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Salvia verticillata

Salvia verticillata

Common Name: Lilac Sage

Throughout the summer, this species produces multiple flower spikes in irresistible shades of smoky purple. At about 24 inches tall and half as wide, the plant flowers abundantly, inviting you to make bouquets and to keep up with the deadheading. 

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Salvia x 'Madeline'

Salvia x 'Madeline'

Common Name: Madeline Salvia

This open pollinated seedling is characterized by its compact and upright habit, strong vigorous growth, and free flowering capacity.

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Sambucus canadensis

Sambucus canadensis

Common Name: Elderberry

Big clusters of dark purple to black, berry-like fruits follow in late summer to fall to extend interest. Great for naturalizing and for moist site screening.

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Sambucus canadensis 'Adams'

Sambucus canadensis 'Adams'

Common Name: Adams Elderberry

Big clusters of dark purple to black, berry-like fruits follow in late summer to fall to extend interest. Great for naturalizing and for moist site screening.

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Sambucus canadensis 'York'

Sambucus canadensis 'York'

Common Name: York Elderberry

This large plant produces the largest size and quantity of fruit of all the Elderberries. It does well paired with 'Adams' Elderberry. 

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Sambucus nigra 'Samdal'

Sambucus nigra 'Samdal'

Common Name: Samdal Elderberry

This is one of several newer elderberry varieties from Denmark. Plants are vigorous, producing long shoots from soil level one growing season and bearing fruit the next. These are removed after bearing and replaced by the current year's growth

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Sambucus nigra 'Samyl'

Sambucus nigra 'Samyl'

Common Name: Samyl Elderberry

This is one of several newer elderberry varieties from Denmark. Plants are vigorous, producing long shoots from soil level one growing season and bearing fruit the next. These are removed after bearing and replaced by the current year's growth

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Sambucus pubens

Sambucus pubens

Common Name: Red Elderberry

Synonymus with Sambucus racemosa. Native plant that is great for attracting birds and wildlife. Fast groqing with a dense rounded crown.

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Sanguinaria canadensis

Sanguinaria canadensis

Common Name: Bloodroot

Borne on this leafless stalk, the solitary flower has 8 to 12 white petals about one inch long surrounding a center of bright yellow stamens. Like many spring flowers, it closes at night and even stays closed on especially gloomy days. It is extremely fragile and the petals soon drop making it useless for picking.

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Sanguinaria canadensis ''Multiplex''

Sanguinaria canadensis ''Multiplex''

Common Name: Double Bloodroot

Double Bloodroot presents a unique display in spring with its early, double white flowers and unfurling bluish grey-green leaves. The leaves are beautiful and distinctive, ranging in shape from scalloped and kidney shaped to heart shaped. The flowers start out as little white or whitish pink pompons. Sanguinaria canadensis f. multiplex prefers partially shaded woodland conditions. Plants become dormant during the summer-exactly when depends on how much moisture they receive

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Scabiosa caucasica 'Kompliment'

Scabiosa caucasica 'Kompliment'

Common Name: Compliment Pincushion Flower

Flowers bloom singly on strong, stiff stems. Grayish-green foliage features lance-shaped, entire basal leaves and pinnately-lobed stem leaves. Synonymous with and sometimes sold as 'Compliment'.

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Scabiosa caucasica 'Perfecta Alba'

Scabiosa caucasica 'Perfecta Alba'

Common Name: White Pincushion Flower

Scabiosa are classic British garden plants and are invaluable for their hugely long flowering season, good vase life and the bonus that the bees and butterflies love them.

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Scabiosa caucasica 'Perfecta'

Scabiosa caucasica 'Perfecta'

Common Name: Blue Pincushion Flower

Scabiosa are classic British garden plants and are invaluable for their hugely long flowering season, good vase life and the bonus that the bees and butterflies love them.

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Scabiosa columbaria 'Misty Butterflies'

Scabiosa columbaria 'Misty Butterflies'

Common Name: Misty Butterflies Scabiosa

 Flowering for up to five months of the year from May to September.  Attracts many bees and butterflies into the garden.  Prefers well-drained soil in sun. 

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Sciadopitys verticillata 'Mitsch Select'

Sciadopitys verticillata 'Mitsch Select'

Common Name: Mitsch Select Dwarf Umbrella Pine

This dense, slow-growing selection of Japanese Umbrella Pine has a definite leader when young, but broadens with age. Short, dark-green needles and a compact stature distinguish the beautiful cultivar. 

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Sciadopitys verticillata 'Winter Green'

Sciadopitys verticillata 'Winter Green'

Common Name: Winter Green Umbrella Pine

'Winter Green' is an improved cultivar with size and shape similar to the species

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Scutellaria resinosa 'Smoky Hills'

Scutellaria resinosa 'Smoky Hills'

Common Name: Skull Cap

2004 GreatPlantsĀ® Release Deep blue or purplish flowers tipped with 2 small white patches from May-July. Growing in a rounded form up to 12", the plants have leaves with grayish pubescence. This handsome Great Plains native is an essential. Ten cents from the sale of each plant goes to the GreatPlantsĀ® group to help fund more plant exploration and breeding.

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Sedum 'Autumn Fire'

Sedum 'Autumn Fire'

Common Name: Autumn Fire Sedum

Tall, upright sedums form substantial clumps of foliage which can be substituted for shrubs in the landscape. Their stout, sturdy stems support the massive flower heads which develop in summer and burst into bloom in fall. If left standing, they provide winter interest and food for birds.

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Sedum 'Hot Stuff'

Sedum 'Hot Stuff'

Common Name: Hot Stuff Sedum

The SHORTEST S. spectabile on the market! This seedling of ‘Brilliant’ bloodlines forms a tight 10” mound of foliage covered by domes of bright pink flower heads!

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Sedum 'Lime Twister'

Sedum 'Lime Twister'

Common Name: Lime Twister Sedum

 The attractive foliage display is topped in late summer with brilliant pink blooms which last for several weeks.

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Sedum 'Lime Zinger'

Sedum 'Lime Zinger'

Common Name: Lime Zinger Sedum

 The attractive foliage display is topped in late summer with brilliant pink blooms which last for several weeks.

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Sedum 'Matrona'

Sedum 'Matrona'

Common Name: Matrona Sedum

'Matrona' was a chance seedling found by Ewald Hügin of Freiburg, Germany. Butterflies can't get enough of this one. Simply outstanding! International Stauden Union (ISU) Plant of the Year for 2000.

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Sedum 'Pure Joy'

Sedum 'Pure Joy'

Common Name: Pure Joy Sedum

When late summer and early fall arrived, we understood exactly why the breeder had selected this plant for its flowers.  A massive dome of bubblegum pink, star-shaped flowers completely covered the foliage followed by deeper pink seed heads later in fall. 

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Sedum 'T Rex'

Sedum 'T Rex'

Common Name: T Rex Sedum

The green leaves had sharply toothed edges, adding to this plant’s appeal before it bloomed.  In late summer, clusters of greenish cream buds covered the entire clump, then opened to light rose pink flowers similar to its parent, ‘Autumn Joy’.  Move over AJ, there’s a new kid in town! 

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Sedum seiboldii

Sedum seiboldii

Common Name: October Daphne

Scalloped, silver-blue foliage with clusters of star-shaped, bright pink flowers in late September and October.

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Sedum spurium 'John Creech'

Sedum spurium 'John Creech'

Common Name: John Creech Sedum

Plants will tolerate poor soil so long as drainage is good. Easily propagated by breaking off pieces and sticking them in the ground in mid spring. Tolerates occasional to light foot traffic. Mow or prune back in spring. Possibly evergreen in mild winter regions.

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Sedum x 'Firecracker'

Sedum x 'Firecracker'

Common Name: Firecraker Sedum

This dazzling emerald-and-ruby Stonecrop boasts a compact, upright habit, glossy jade foliage, and hot pink, butterfly-attracting flowers held on ruby red stems! Remarkable for its ability to hold its color all summer, and, of course, the drought tolerance that Sedums are known for. Thrives in average or even poor soil. Zones 3 to 9.

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Sempervivum 'Sanford Hybrids'

Sempervivum 'Sanford Hybrids'

Common Name: Sanford Hybrids Hens and Chicks

Their color may vary from season to season. Unusual rose-pink flowers are produced on leafy stalks in midsummer. Sempervivum is comprised of one large rosette called the "hen" which sprouts many smaller rosettes around it called "chicks". As the plants age, the "hen" may die out and be replaced by the "chicks". Plants can be divided easily at any time by pulling up some of the "chicks" and replanting them elsewhere.

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Sempervivum arachnoideum 'Cobweb'

Sempervivum arachnoideum 'Cobweb'

Common Name: Cobweb Hens and Chicks

Their color may vary from season to season. Unusual rose-pink flowers are produced on leafy stalks in midsummer. Sempervivum is comprised of one large rosette called the "hen" which sprouts many smaller rosettes around it called "chicks". As the plants age, the "hen" may die out and be replaced by the "chicks". Plants can be divided easily at any time by pulling up some of the "chicks" and replanting them elsewhere.

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Smilacina racemosum

Smilacina racemosum

Common Name: False Solomon's Seal

A cluster of star-shaped white flowers appear mid-late spring and attractive red berries, sometimes speckled brown or purple, will follow for fall interest.  It could be used as a taller ground cover as multiple arching stems 1-2' long will come from a single parent plant.

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Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem'

Sorbaria sorbifolia 'Sem'

Common Name: Showy Leaved Sorbaria

In midsummer, it produces another burst of interest when the textured leaves turn completely green and form a wonderful background for the creamy white plumes of spirea-like flowers that pop up above the foliage. Sorbaria ‘Sem’ is very hardy – a Zone 2 plant – and remarkably accommodating and easy to grow. It is descended from a species (Sorbaria sorbifolia) that grows in very cold, inhospitable places like the Ural Mountains in Russia and Kazahstan, and even as far north as western Siberia. With a hardy pedigree like this, our comparably "balmy" winters will not bother it in the slightest.

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Sorbus aucuparia 'Michred'

Sorbus aucuparia 'Michred'

Common Name: Cardinal Royal

A vigorous tree with upright branches and a very symmetrical and tidy habit.

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Spirea betulifolia 'Tor'

Spirea betulifolia 'Tor'

Common Name: Tor Birchleaf Spirea

Foliage turns quality shades of orange, red and purple in autumn. Flowers are attractive to butterflies. Cultivar name presumably comes from the Gaelic word torr meaning hill or mound, in reference to the plant habit.

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Spirea nipponicum 'Snowmound'

Spirea nipponicum 'Snowmound'

Common Name: Snowmound Spirea

Snowmound Spirea is bathed in stunning clusters of white flowers held atop the branches from mid to late spring. It has bluish-green foliage throughout the season. The small serrated oval leaves turn an outstanding coppery-bronze in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The smooth brown bark is not particularly outstanding.

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Spirea x cinerea 'Grefshiem'

Spirea x cinerea 'Grefshiem'

Common Name: Grefshiem Spirea

Grefsheim Spirea is clothed in stunning white flowers along the branches in early spring before the leaves. It has bluish-green foliage throughout the season. The small narrow leaves turn coppery-bronze in fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The smooth brown bark is not particularly outstanding.

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Sporobolus heterolepsis

Sporobolus heterolepsis

Common Name: Prairie Dropseed

 Foliage turns golden with orange hues in fall, fading to light bronze in winter. Open, branching flower panicles appear on slender stems which rise well above the foliage clump in late summer to 30-36" tall. Flowers have pink and brown tints, but are perhaps most noted for their unique fragrance (hints of coriander). 

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Stachys byzantina 'Helen von Stein'

Stachys byzantina 'Helen von Stein'

Common Name: Big Ears Lambs Ear

Flowering stems are rare. Leaf shape and texture resemble a lamb's ear, hence the common name. Leaves are evergreen in warm climates, but will depreciate considerably in harsh winters.

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Stephanandra incisa 'Crispa'

Stephanandra incisa 'Crispa'

Common Name: Cutleaf Stephanandra

Flowers are unremarkable at a distance, but attractive close-up. In winter, the rich brown, arching shoots draw the eye.  Easy to grow and very low maintanence.

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Stokesia 'Peachie's Pick'

Stokesia 'Peachie's Pick'

Common Name: Peachie's Pick Stokes Aster

Rosettes are generally evergreen in warm winter climates. Long mid-summer to early fall bloom. Genus name honors Dr. Jonathan Stokes, 18-19th century English physician. Cultivar name is in reference to the individual (Peachie Saxton) who discovered the plant and not to the flower color.

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Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'

Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'

Common Name: Dwarf Korean Lilac

 ‘Palibin’ is a compact, low-spreading cultivar which typically grows 4-5’ tall with a spread of 5-7’. Pale pink, sweetly-fragrant single flowers arranged in dense, terminal clusters (panicles to 4” long) cover this shrub with a profuse bloom in late spring.

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Syringa patula 'Miss Kim'

Syringa patula 'Miss Kim'

Common Name: Miss Kim Lilac

 'Miss Kim' Lilac is one of the most beautiful and fragrant of all lilac bushes. Lavender blooms contrast well against its dark, glossy green foliage. Foliage turns deep burgundy red in fall.

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Syringa pubescens subsp. juliane 'Hers'

Syringa pubescens subsp. juliane 'Hers'

Common Name: Hers Weeping Lilac

Juliana Hers is a small, graceful tree with a weeping form.  This mounding tree features medium-sized, single flowers that are lavender and fragrant and delicate green foliage.  This lilac tree is a heavy early summer bloomer and is perfect for any small graden space. 

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Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk'

Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk'

Common Name: Ivory Silk Japanese Tree Lilac

Japanese tree lilac is native to northern Japan. Plants are found growing on cliffs and in scrub, usually on limestone. The Olive or Oleaceae family also contains privet and forsythia. Syringa has about 30 species of trees and shrubs native to Europe and Asia. Japanese tree lilac is the only species that attains a tree-like form and size.

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Syringa reticulata 'Signature'

Syringa reticulata 'Signature'

Common Name: Signature Japanese Tree Lilac

Producing white flowers in late May, June or July on a tree growing 20 to 30 feet tall and 15 to 25 feet wide, the Japanese tree lilac (Syringa reticulata) is regarded as a tough, virtually disease-free plant: a true lilac tree. Resistant to mildew, scale and borers, it even grows well in windy locations, nutrient-poor and alkaline soils. Grow this deciduous tree in USDA Hardiness Zones 3 through 7.

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Syringa vulgaris

Syringa vulgaris

Common Name: Common Lilac

Cultivate classic lilac plants for attention-grabbing centerpieces, or grow a flowering lilac bush for a border or walkway. Look for lilac flowers to burst open beginning in spring, with long canes producing voluminous pink, yellow, white, red, purple or blue blooms. Plant a lilac tree and enjoy daily visits from hummingbirds and butterflies throughout the flowering season.

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Syringa vulgaris ''Elsdancer''

Syringa vulgaris ''Elsdancer''

Common Name: Tiny Dancer Lilac

Large panicles measure 4 to 5 inches, and the large florets make each cluster appear luxuriously full. Foliage and flowers are in perfect scale, one complementing the other. You know the feeling when everything is right about a plant. It exudes quality. 

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Syringa vulgaris 'Adelaide Dunbar'

Syringa vulgaris 'Adelaide Dunbar'

Common Name: Adelaide Dunbar Lilac

This old hybrid, from early in the 20th century, features double purple blooms. The color is strong and the plant is desirable due to its healthy foliage that expresses mildew resistance.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Agincourt Beauty'

Syringa vulgaris 'Agincourt Beauty'

Common Name: Agincourt Beauty Lilac

Deciduous. Heavy bloomer in mid-spring with a fair fragrance as well. Medium growth rate.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Albert Holden'

Syringa vulgaris 'Albert Holden'

Common Name: Albert Holden Lilac

 Dark green leaves are noticeably mildew resistant. Named for wealthy mining tycoon Albert Holden, founder of the Holden Arboretum in Cleveland OH.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Charles X'

Syringa vulgaris 'Charles X'

Common Name: Charles X Lilac

The American heirloom lilac ‘Charles X’ can be found in some of the oldest garden shrub catalogs on record. This variety was introduced in Boston around 1830 and remains in cultivation today. It is a traditional lilac with a rounded, open form.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Congo'

Syringa vulgaris 'Congo'

Common Name: Congo Lilac

This heirloom variety (from the 1890s) bears beautiful deep wine-red flowers that are as fragrant as they are pretty. "'Congo' is a classic. It's almost always listed in the top five or 10 best by lilac aficionados,

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Syringa vulgaris 'Grandma's Purple'

Syringa vulgaris 'Grandma's Purple'

Common Name: Grandmas Purple Lilac

Excellent fresh cut flower. Lilacs have been a garden favorite for years and often evoke nostalgic feelings of home and childhood. Walt Whitman lyrically extolled the lilac as "tall-growing with heart-shaped leaves of rich green,

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Syringa vulgaris 'Miss Ellen Wilmott'

Syringa vulgaris 'Miss Ellen Wilmott'

Common Name: Miss Ellen Willmott Lilac

Maintains an upright habit and is most valued for its extremely fragrant double white blooms in early to mid-May, dark green foliage. Next year's flower buds are set shortly after blooming, so prune directly after their yearly display.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Monge'

Syringa vulgaris 'Monge'

Common Name: Monge Lilac

The ‘Monge’ Lilac gives some of the best color(deep purple) and fragrance of any lilac available.

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Syringa vulgaris 'My Favorite'

Syringa vulgaris 'My Favorite'

Common Name: My Favorite Lilac

Double, dark purple flowers. ‘My Favorite’ maintains an upright habit and is most valued for its extremely fragrant double purple blooms in mid to late-May, dark green foliage.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Nadezdha'

Syringa vulgaris 'Nadezdha'

Common Name: Hope Lilac

The flowers are huge, very full, pyramidal trusses that are around 6-9 inches long. They start out as raspberry colored buds opening to gorgeous shades of light lilac-blue. The individual florets are of heavy substance, broad and thick with a durable structure that enables them to withstand inclement weather well.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Paul Thirion'

Syringa vulgaris 'Paul Thirion'

Common Name: Paul Thiron Lilac

Deciduous. Heavy bloomer in mid-spring with a deep fragrance as well. Flowers are dark purple in bud, then open to double, soft purple. Medium growth rate.

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Syringa vulgaris 'Prairie Petitie'

Syringa vulgaris 'Prairie Petitie'

Common Name: Prairie Pettie Lilac

he profuse blooms fade to lavender as they age and can be used to great effect as a cut flower in the home. 'Prairie Petite' will grow well in half to full day sun and is perfect as a stand alone small specimen or grouped to form an enticing little hedge.

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Syringa vulgaris 'President Grevy'

Syringa vulgaris 'President Grevy'

Common Name: President Grevy Lilac

Exceptionally fragrant blooms are superb for cutting the perfume will fill your whole house! 

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Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation'

Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation'

Common Name: Sensation Lilac

'Sensation' is an upright, deciduous shrub which grows 8-15' tall. Deep purple to wine red, sweetly fragrant, single flowers with white edges are arranged in dense, pyramidal, terminal clusters (panicles) which cover this shrub 

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Syringa vulgaris 'Yankee Doodle'

Syringa vulgaris 'Yankee Doodle'

Common Name: Yankee Doodle Lilac

An exceptional tall accent shrub featuring upright panicles of deliciously fragrant purple flowers in early spring on an upright growing shrub, memorable in bloom; needs full sun and well-drained soil, limited suckering, good disease resistance

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Syringa x hyacinthiflora 'Pocahontas'

Syringa x hyacinthiflora 'Pocahontas'

Common Name: Pocahontas Lilac

An exceptional tall accent shrub featuring upright panicles of deliciously fragrant purple flowers in early spring on an upright growing shrub, memorable in bloom; needs full sun and well-drained soil, limited suckering, good disease resistance

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