Perennials

We have expanded our selection and are growing many New England favorites right here in Hopkinton.

Here are our in-stock Perennials!

  • VARIEGATED SWEET FLAG
    ACORUS CALAMUS VARIEGATUS

    This striking variety forms a tall clump of sword shaped leaves that are striped lengthwise; a great accent for a pond edge or along a stream; divide in spring if clump centers thin out

  • HILLSIDE BLACK BEAUTY BRANCHED BUGBANE
    ACTAEA RAMOSA HILLSIDE BLACK BEAUTY

    A native perennial presenting numerous spikes of fragrant, white flowers that are blushed with pink, in mid to late summer; contrasting dark purplish-black foliage; shelter from strong winds; perfect for a shady, woodland garden

  • MAIDENHAIR FERN
    ADIANTUM PEDATUM

    Northern Maidenhair Fern’s crinkled ferny compound leaves are light green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous gold in the fall. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant. The black stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • KUDOS YELLOW HYSSOP
    AGASTACHE KUDOS YELLOW

    AGAS KUDOS YELLOW #2

  • SUNRISE ORANGE HYSSOP
    AGASTACHE SUNRISE ORANGE

    Like a gorgeous sunrise, lovely spikes of tubular flowers emerge orange, and mature to golden yellow, above compact mounds of gray-green, licorice scented foliage; attracts pollinators to the garden

  • SUNRISE YELLOW HYSSOP
    AGASTACHE SUNRISE YELLOW

    AGAS SUNRISE YELLOW #1

  • PINK LIGHTNING BUGLEWEED
    AJUGA PINK LIGHTNING

    A beautiful low-growing ground cover that forms a dense mat of white edged, gray green foliage that really catches the eye; attractive spikes of mauvy-pink flowers add interest in spring, makes a good filler for moist shady areas of the garden

  • BLACK SCALLOP BUGLEWEED
    AJUGA REPTANS BLACK SCALLOP

    Black Scallop Bugleweed’s attractive small crinkled round leaves emerge burgundy in spring, turning deep purple in color the rest of the year. It features subtle spikes of violet flowers rising above the foliage from mid to late spring. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BURGUNDY GLOW BUGLEWEED
    AJUGA REPTANS BURGUNDY GLOW

    Burgundy Glow Bugleweed’s attractive small crinkled round leaves emerge dark brown in spring, turning emerald green in color with showy creamy white variegation and tinges of purple the rest of the year. It features subtle spikes of sky blue flowers rising above the foliage from mid to late spring. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • CHOCOLATE CHIP BUGLEWEED
    AJUGA REPTANS CHOCOLATE CHIP

    Chocolate Chip Bugleweed’s attractive tiny narrow leaves emerge brown in spring, turning dark brown in color the rest of the year. It features subtle spikes of sky blue flowers rising above the foliage from mid to late spring. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BLACKNIGHTS HOLLYHOCK
    ALCEA ROSEA BLACKNIGHTS

    Featuring deep black-purple flowers on towering spikes in midsummer; tolerant to the natural toxin formed by the roots of Black Walnut; selections from this series are truly perennial; plant in full sun for better growth

  • NODDING ORNAMENTAL ONION
    ALLIUM CERNUUM

    Nodding Onion features dainty lightly-scented nodding plum purple flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. Its grassy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • STORM CLOUD BLUE STAR FLOWER
    AMSONIA TABERNAEMONTANA STORM CLOUD

    Incredibly dark stems emerge from the ground in spring, producing olive green leaves with silver veins; beautiful periwinkle blue, star-shaped flowers in springtime, on a wide, mounding, shrubby habit; does best in moist, well-drained soil

  • DAINTY SWAN ANEMONE
    ANEMONE DAINTY SWAN

    ANEM DAINTY SWAN #2

  • FALL IN LOVE SWEETLY WINDFLOWER
    ANEMONE FALL IN LOVE SWEETLY

    This fall blooming variety forms a large, dense mound of dark green foliage, then produces rich, rose pink, semi-double blooms; great to use in containers and very pretty when massed in the garden or along borders

  • HONORINE JOBERT ANEMONE
    ANEMONE HONORINE JOBERT

    Elegant white buttercup flowers rise high above dark green foliage; windflowers are perfect for naturalizing, swaying gently in the wind and blooming at the end of the season; lovely when massed along borders or in containers

  • WHIRLWIND WINDFLOWER
    ANEMONE WHIRLWIND

    Elegant white semi-double flowers rise high above dark green foliage on graceful stalks; windflowers are perfect for naturalizing, swaying gently in the wind and blooming at the end of the season; lovely when massed along borders or in containers

  • SUN KING JAPANESE SPIKENARD
    ARALIA CORDATA SUN KING

    Large golden compound leaves and a rounded, tidy habit makes this a wonderful woodland accent plant; white flower clusters are airy and visually pleasing; foliage is more yellow-gold in bright sun; deep purple-black berries are not edible

  • SILVER MOUND
    ARTEMISIA SCHMIDTIANA

    Silver Mound Artemesia’s attractive deeply cut ferny compound leaves remain silver in color throughout the season. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant.

  • BUTTERFLY WEED
    ASCLEPIAS TUBEROSA

    Butterfly Weed has fragrant orange flat-top flowers with gold overtones at the ends of the stems from mid to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • WHITE WOODLAND ASTER
    ASTER DIVARICATUS

    A general purpose landscape shrub for massing, garden use or as a tall groundcover; valued for its arching branches and stunning fall performance with fiery colors and showy bright red fruit

  • BLUE WOODS COMPACT ASTER
    ASTER DUMOSUS WOODS BLUE

    Woods Blue Aster has masses of beautiful sky blue daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PINK WOODS COMPACT ASTER
    ASTER DUMOSUS WOODS PINK

    Woods Pink Aster has masses of beautiful pink daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ALMA POTSCHKE NEW ENGLAND ASTER
    ASTER NOVAE ANGLIAE ALMA POTSCHKE

    Alma Potschke Aster has masses of beautiful pink daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from late summer to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PURPLE DOME NEW ENGLAND ASTER
    ASTER NOVAE ANGLIAE PURPLE DOME

    Purple Dome Aster has masses of beautiful purple daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from late summer to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • VIBRANT DOME ENGLAND ASTER
    ASTER NOVAE ANGLIAE VIBRANT DOME

    New England Aster has masses of beautiful pink daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • OCTOBER SKIES AROMATIC ASTER
    ASTER OBLONGIFOLIUS OCTOBER SKIES

    October Skies Aster has masses of beautiful sky blue daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BRIDAL VEIL FALSE SPIREA
    ASTILBE ARENDSII BRIDAL VEIL

    Bridal Veil Astilbe has masses of beautiful plumes of white flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its ferny compound leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • VISIONS IN RED CHINESE ASTILBE
    ASTILBE CHINENSIS VISIONS IN RED

    Soft, showy dark purplish-red plumes, rising above glossy leaves; perfect in a shady spot with dappled light; prefers moisture so water regularly for abundant flowers and nice foliage

  • DEUTSCHLAND FALSE SPIREA
    ASTILBE JAPONICA DEUTSCHLAND

    Deutschland Astilbe has masses of beautiful plumes of white flowers at the ends of the stems from early to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its ferny compound leaves remain forest green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PEACH BLOSSOM FLORISTS ASTILBE
    ASTILBE JAPONICA PEACH BLOSSOM

    Peach Blossom Astilbe has masses of beautiful plumes of salmon flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its ferny compound leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • LADY FERN
    ATHYRIUM FILIX FEMINA

    Lady Fern’s ferny bipinnately compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant.

  • LADY IN RED FERN
    ATHYRIUM FILIX FEMINA LADY IN RED

    Attractive dark green fronds with deep maroon-red central stems; clump-forming and dense, perfect for shady spots; beautiful in masses on the edges of ponds or streams

  • JAPANESE PAINTED FERN
    ATHYRIUM GOERINGIANUM PICTUM

    Japanese Painted Fern’s attractive ferny bipinnately compound leaves emerge indian red in spring, turning olive green in color with showy silver variegation throughout the season. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant. The burgundy stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • CRESTED SURF JAPANESE PAINTED FERN
    ATHYRIUM NIPONICUM CRESTED SURF

    A massive, arching clump of silvery fronds with green highlights and purple stems; prefers moist, loamy soils; a great filler for shady borders

  • INDIGO SPIRES FALSE INDIGO
    BAPTISIA INDIGO SPIRES

    Gorgeous spikes of deep violet purple pea-flowers with yellow keels rise from medium green foliage in late spring; densely branched and very floriferous; use this plant for its outstanding display of vertical flowers as an accent in the garden or borders

  • WINTER GLOW SAXIFRAGE
    BERGENIA WINTERGLUT

    Large glossy, leathery, cabbage-like leaves turn burgundy late in the season; interesting clusters of pink flowers rise above foliage; perfect for shady areas, water regularly but don’t overwater, a great coarse texture

  • SNOWBANK BOLTONS ASTER
    BOLTONIA ASTEROIDES SNOWBANK

    A perfect choice for a border display of dazzling white, long lasting blooms; virtually smothered in beautiful daisy-like flowers; attracts hummingbirds and bees; very adaptable and hardy

  • BLONDE AMBITION BLUE GRAMA GRASS
    BOUTELOUA GRACILIS BLONDE AMBITION

    This cultivar is noted for its distinctive arrangement of horizontal, eyelash-like chartreuse flowers that give way to blond seed heads that persist through winter; blue-green foliage turns hues of gold in fall; use as a border accent or groundcover

  • ALEXANDERS GREAT HEARTLEAF BUGLOSS
    BRUNNERA MACROPHYLLA ALEXANDERS GREAT

    Large, attractive heart shaped leaves are silver with green veins; pretty blue flowers in spring; makes a nice accent in containers and lightens up shade gardens; avoid hot afternoon sun

  • JACK FROST HEARTLEAF BUGLOSS
    BRUNNERA MACROPHYLLA JACK FROST

    Jack Frost Bugloss features airy cymes of sky blue flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late spring. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its attractive heart-shaped leaves remain silver in color with showy emerald green variegation throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SEA HEART HEARTLEAF BUGLOSS
    BRUNNERA MACROPHYLLA SEA HEART

    Attractive, large heart shaped leaves are green veined, with silver overlay and dark green edges; clusters of tiny flowers open white and blue, maturing to lavender-purple; best in moist, rich, well drained soil

  • FEATHER REED GRASS
    CALAMAGROSITS BRACHYTRI

    Korean Reed Grass features bold plumes of coral-pink flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. The coppery-bronze seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from late summer to late fall. Its grassy leaves are green in color. The foliage often turns tan in fall. The gold stems can be quite attractive.

  • KARL FOERSTER FEATHER REED GRASS
    CALAMAGROSTIS ACUTIFLORA KARL FOERSTER

    Karl Foerster Reed Grass is primarily grown for its highly ornamental fruit. The tan seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from late summer to late winter. It features bold plumes of rose flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its grassy leaves are green in color. The foliage often turns tan in fall. The gold stems can be quite attractive.

  • OVERDAM FEATHER REED GRASS
    CALAMAGROSTIS ACUTIFLORA OVERDAM

    Variegated Reed Grass is primarily grown for its highly ornamental fruit. The tan seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from late summer to late winter. Its attractive grassy leaves are green in color with showy silver variegation. The foliage often turns tan in fall. It features bold plumes of tan flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. The gold stems can be quite attractive.

  • BLUE CLOUD DWARF CALAMINT
    CALAMINTHA NEPETA BLUE CLOUD

    Tiny lavender-blue flowers cover this variety throughout summer, on its low, mounding form; an excellent choice for borders and containers

  • RAPIDO BLUE CARPATHIAN BELLFLOWER
    CAMPANULA CARPATICA RAPIDO BLUE

    Adorable, compact mound, covered with violet-blue cups; perfect in rock, scree and wall gardens, a butterfly magnet; prefers consistent moisture, but not wet soil

  • RAPIDO WHITE CARPATHIAN BELLFLOWER
    CAMPANULA CARPATICA RAPIDO WHITE

    Adorable, compact mound, covered with white cups; perfect in rock, scree and wall gardens, a butterfly magnet; prefers consistent moisture, but not wet soil

  • TAKION BLUE PEACHLEAF BELLFLOWER
    CAMPANULA PERSICIFOLIA TAKION BLUE

    Captivating violet-blue bells are scattered among the attractive, bright green, strappy leaves; a low spreading growth habit; beautiful in mass plantings, thrives in well drained, moist areas

  • TAKION WHITE PEACHLEAF BELLFLOWER
    CAMPANULA PERSICIFOLIA TAKION WHITE

    Elegant, creamy white bells are scattered among the attractive, bright green, strappy leaves; a low spreading growth habit; beautiful in mass plantings, thrives in well drained, moist areas

  • TELHAM BEAUTY PEACHLEAF BELLFLOWER
    CAMPANULA PERSICIFOLIA TELHAM BEAUTY

    Beautiful and large blue-violet bell flowers rise above the attractive, bright green, strappy leaves; mounded growth habit is quite unlike the species; beautiful in mass plantings, thrives in well drained, moist areas

  • LEATHERLEAF SEDGE
    CAREX BUCHANANII

    Grown for delicate ornamental copper-bronze colored foliage carried all season long; great in a moist border in shade or sun, does not like to dry out

  • EVERILLO SEDGE GRASS
    CAREX OSHIIMENSIS EVERCOLOR EVERILLO

    A vigorous, mound forming evergreen plant with striking lime green emerging foliage that matures to yellow-gold; makes quite a statement as a container plant, an accent in the border, or as a mass groundcover

  • EVERGOLD SEDGE GRASS
    CAREX OSHIIMENSIS EVERGOLD

    Evergold Variegated Japanese Sedge’s attractive grassy leaves are creamy white in color with distinctive dark green edges. The foliage often turns brown in fall. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant.

  • SNOW CAP SEDGE
    CAREX SIDEROSTICHA SNOW CAP

    CARE SIDE SNOW CAP #1

  • FOX SEDGE
    CAREX VULPINOIDEA

    CARE VULP #1

  • SNOW IN SUMMER
    CERASTIUM TOMENTOSUM

    Snow-In-Summer is smothered in stunning white bell-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems in early summer. Its attractive tomentose narrow leaves remain gray in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MONTAUK DAISY
    CHRYSANTHEMUM NIPPONICUM

    An outstanding shrubby perennial, producing large white daisy blooms with greenish-gold center disks, rising on long stalks; a beautiful addition to the garden when massed; after blooming in mid-summer, cut back for a great fall display

  • STAND BY ME CLEMATIS
    CLEMATIS STAND BY ME

    This interesting bush variety produces large, blue , nodding flowers with contrasting cream stamens; perfect for beds and patio containers; non-vining, may benefit from staking or support from nearby plants

  • LILY OF THE VALLEY
    CONVALLARIA MAJALIS

    Lily-Of-The-Valley features subtle spikes of lightly-scented white bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage from mid to late spring. Its pointy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • DWARF COREOPSIS
    COREOPSIS AURICULATA NANA

    Dwarf, compact plant with cheery, daisy-like yellow flowers with a prominent central gold disk; tolerant of pests and drier soils; thriving in sandy and rocky soils

  • JETHRO TULL FLUTED COREOPSIS
    COREOPSIS JETHRO TULL

    Splendid fluted petals with cheery, daisy-like yellow flowers and a central gold disk; tolerant of pests and drier soils; thriving in sandy and rocky soils; coreopsis needs good drainage

  • GOLD AND BRONZE UPTICK COREOPSIS
    COREOPSIS UPTICK GOLD AND BRONZE

    A tidy, mounded variety, covered with striking, daisy-like yellow flowers with gold eyes and contrasting deep red-purple rings; tolerant of pests and drier soils; thriving in sandy and rocky soils; great as edging, or in containers; needs good drainage

  • MOONBEAM THREADLEAF COREOPSIS
    COREOPSIS VERTICILLATA MOONBEAM

    Moonbeam Tickseed is smothered in stunning buttery yellow daisy flowers with lemon yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from mid to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its ferny leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ZAGREB THREADLEAF COREOPSIS
    COREOPSIS VERTICILLATA ZAGREB

    Zagreb Tickseed is smothered in stunning gold daisy flowers at the ends of the stems from mid summer to early fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its ferny leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BLUE HERON FUMEWORT
    CORYDALIS CURVIFLORA ROSTHORNII BLUE HERON

    Incredible fragrant sky-blue trumpet flowers rise above mounds of blue-green foliage; new introduction; you have to see the color to believe how beautiful it is

  • FIRE SPINNER ICE PLANT
    DELOSPERMA FIRE SPINNER

    Low growing carpet-like, succulent, native to South Africa but amazingly hardy in North America; dazzling orange-red daisy-like flowers with a bright purple ring; perfect for xeriscapes, rock gardens, screes and sandy soils

  • HAY SCENTED FERN
    DENNSTAEDTIA PUNCTILOBULA

    This graceful fern has lacy, arching fronds, fully grown by June, and soft yellow color in fall; foliage is distinctively hay-scented when crushed; a habitat for birds and bees; prefers dappled shade instead of dense shade

  • SWEET WILLIAM HYBRIDS
    DIANTHUS BARBATUS HYBRIDS

    Sweet William has masses of beautiful fragrant crimson flat-top frilly flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its pointy leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • CLASSIC CORAL PINKS
    DIANTHUS CLASSIC CORAL

    Fragrant, coral double flowers above mounds of fine blue-green foliage; great for flower arrangements; deadhead to re-bloom; pair up with summer blooming perennials and annuals to time a continued flower display

  • FIRE STAR PINKS
    DIANTHUS FIRE STAR

    Stunning flowers are fire red with a darker crimson centre above mounds of fine foliage; great for flower arrangements; deadhead to rebloom; pair up with summer blooming perennials and annuals to time a continued flower display

  • FIREWITCH CHEDDAR PINKS
    DIANTHUS GRATIANOPOLITANUS FIREWITCH

    A robust variety bearing single, fuchsia flowers in late spring to early summer, over a cushion of blue-green, grass-like leaves; has a mild, clove-like, spicy fragrance; will sporadically re-bloom throughout the summer

  • NEON STAR PINKS
    DIANTHUS NEON STAR

    Neon Star Pinks is blanketed in stunning fragrant hot pink frilly flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its attractive narrow leaves remain bluish-green in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PAINT THE TOWN FUCHSIA PINKS
    DIANTHUS PAINT THE TOWN FUCHSIA

    Breathtaking flowers are fuchsia with lavender centers, above mounds of glaucous blue foliage; great for flower arrangements; deadhead to rebloom; pair up with summer blooming perennials and annuals to time a continued flower display

  • PAINT THE TOWN MAGENTA PINKS
    DIANTHUS PAINT THE TOWN MAGENTA

    Vibrant magenta pink flowers above mounds of glaucous blue foliage; great for flower arrangements; deadhead to rebloom; pair up with summer blooming perennials and annuals to time a continued flower display

  • PAINT THE TOWN RED PINKS
    DIANTHUS PAINT THE TOWN RED

    Vibrant magenta pink flowers above mounds of glaucous blue foliage; great for flower arrangements; deadhead to rebloom; pair up with summer blooming perennials and annuals to time a continued flower display

  • SILVER STAR PINKS
    DIANTHUS SILVER STAR

    Amazing double flowers are pure white with contrasting deep crimson centers, covering mounds of fine blue-green foliage; great for flower arrangements; deadhead to promote re-blooming; a stunning display for border fronts and containers

  • CAMELOT LAVENDER FOXGLOVE
    DIGITALIS PURPUREA CAMELOT LAVENDER

    Camelot Lavender Foxglove features bold spikes of lavender tubular flowers with purple spots rising above the foliage from early to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its pointy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • CAMELOT ROSE FOXGLOVE
    DIGITALIS PURPUREA CAMELOT ROSE

    Camelot Rose Foxglove features bold spikes of rose tubular flowers with pink throats and deep purple spots rising above the foliage from early to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its pointy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • CAMELOT WHITE FOXGLOVE
    DIGITALIS PURPUREA CAMELOT WHITE

    Camelot White Foxglove features bold spikes of creamy white tubular flowers with white throats and purple spots rising above the foliage from early to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its pointy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • YELLOW FAIRY BELLS
    DISPORUM FLAVENS

    This plant produces pendulous yellow bells that become more showy as the clump matures; bright green, ovate foliage is attractive; excellent for woodlands or shaded borders

  • JAPANESE FAIRY BELLS
    DISPORUM SMILACINUM

    This plant produces pendulous tubular bells, that become more showy as the clump matures; attractive lance-shaped sessile foliage resembles solomon’s seal or bamboo

  • EYE CATCHER SWAN SONG CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA EYE CATCHER SWAN SONG

    ECHINA EYE CATCHER SWAN SONG #1

  • FINE FEATHERED PARROT CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA FINE FEATHERED PARROT

    ECHINA FINE FEATHERED PARROT #2

  • GREEN TWISTER CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA GREEN TWISTER

    This stunning echinacea produces large flowers that are lilac-pink with yellow-green tips and coppery centers; a perfect choice for planting in groups, along border edges, or in containers; great for flower arrangements; attracts pollinators

  • LAKOTA FIRE CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA LAKOTA FIRE

    A remarkable variety with eye catching color; short and bushy habit that is ideal for smaller spaces and mixed containers; fragrant flowers have striking orange-red, and pinkish-red petals, surrounding a copper cone; deadhead spent blooms

  • MAGNUS CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA MAGNUS

    Magnus Coneflower has masses of beautiful lightly-scented fuchsia daisy flowers with coppery-bronze eyes at the ends of the stems from mid summer to mid fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its large pointy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MELLOW YELLOWS CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA MELLOW YELLOWS

    Beautiful, long lasting flowers that range from pale yellow to deep gold, with bright orange centers; a perfect choice for planting in groups, along border edges, or in containers; great for flower arrangements; attracts pollinators

  • WHITE POW WOW CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA POW WOW WHITE

    This attractive echinacea produces large pure white flowers with coppery centers; a perfect choice for planting in groups, along border edges, or in containers; great for flower arrangements, attracts pollinators

  • WILD BERRY POW WOW CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA POW WOW WILD BERRY

    This stunning echinacea produces large purple-pink flowers with coppery centers; a perfect choice for planting in groups, along border edges, or in containers; great for flower arrangements, attracts pollinators

  • RUBY STAR CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA RUBINSTERN

    A long flowering variety producing a profusion of ruby-pink flowers from mid-summer to early fall; a vigorous grower with sturdy stems, it really stands out in the late summer garden

  • SWEET CHILI CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA SWEET CHILI

    This elegant echinacea produces large purple flowers with coppery centers; a perfect choice for planting in groups, along border edges, or in containers; great for flower arrangements, attracts pollinators

  • WHITE SWAN CONEFLOWER
    ECHINACEA PURPUREA WHITE SWAN

    White Swan Coneflower has masses of beautiful lightly-scented white daisy flowers with brown eyes at the ends of the stems from mid summer to mid fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its pointy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • GATEWAY SPOTTED JOE PYE WEED
    EUPATORIUM MACULATUM GATEWAY

    Gateway Joe Pye Weed has masses of beautiful plumes of lightly-scented purple flowers at the ends of the stems from late summer to late fall, which emerge from distinctive indigo flower buds, and which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its large serrated narrow leaves emerge dark green in spring, turning forest green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The dark red stems can be quite attractive.

  • BABY JOE MINIATURE JOE PYE WEED
    EUPATORIUM PURPUREUM BABY JOE

    Compact growth habit compared to the species, ideal for smaller gardens; features fluffy plumes of lilac-pink flowers, attractive leaves and strong stems; tasty seeds for birds and nectar for butterflies

  • ELIJAH BLUE FESCUE
    FESTUCA GLAUCA ELIJAH BLUE

    Elijah Blue Fescue’s attractive grassy leaves remain blue in color throughout the year. The tan seed heads are carried on spikes from mid summer to late fall. The flowers are not ornamentally significant.

  • SUN ARIZONA BLANKET FLOWER
    GAILLARDIA GRANDIFLORA ARIZONA SUN

    Arizona Sun Blanket Flower has masses of beautiful tomato-orange daisy flowers with indian red eyes and yellow tips at the ends of the stems from early summer to mid fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its tomentose narrow leaves remain grayish green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SWEET WOODRUFF
    GALIUM ODORATUM

    A vigorous and spreading groundcover for a woodland or shade setting; attractive whorled foliage and tiny white flowers in spring; prefers organic, slightly acidic soils; tough yet quite delicate-looking, putty in the hands of a talented garden designer

  • SNOW FOUNTAIN GAURA
    GAURA LINDHEIMERI SNOW FOUNTAIN

    Butterfly Gaura features dainty spikes of white star-shaped flowers with pink overtones rising above the foliage from early summer to early fall, which emerge from distinctive rose flower buds. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BIOKOVO CAMBRIDGE GERANIUM
    GERANIUM CANTABRIGIENSE BIOKOVO

    Biokovo Cranesbill has masses of beautiful shell pink flowers with rose eyes at the ends of the stems from late spring to late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its deeply cut lobed palmate leaves are dark green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous indian red in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • INGWERSENS VARIETY BIGROOT GERANIUM
    GERANIUM MACRORRHIZUM INGWERSENS VARIETY

    Ingerwesen’s Variety Cranesbill has masses of beautiful lightly-scented shell pink flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer, which emerge from distinctive rose flower buds, and which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its deeply cut lobed palmate leaves are emerald green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous brick red in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ROZANNE CRANESBILL
    GERANIUM ROZANNE

    Rozanne Cranesbill has masses of beautiful blue flowers with white eyes at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its deeply cut lobed palmate leaves are forest green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous indian red in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MAX FREI BLOODY GERANIUM
    GERANIUM SANGUINEUM MAX FREI

    Max Frei Cranesbill has masses of beautiful fuchsia flowers with white eyes at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its deeply cut lobed palmate leaves are dark green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous red in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS
    HAKONECHLOA MACRA ALL GOLD

    Graceful arching grassy foliage is gold colored and almost bamboo-like, makes a spectacular color accent in the garden, beautiful along pathways, edges and containers; provide good drainage; can have nice reddish-tan color in fall

  • GOLDEN JAPANESE FOREST GRASS
    HAKONECHLOA MACRA AUREOLA

    Golden Variegated Hakone Grass’ attractive grassy leaves are green in color with showy gold variegation. The foliage often turns tan in fall. Neither the flowers nor the fruit are ornamentally significant.

  • HARDY ENGLISH IVY
    HEDERA HELIX BALTIC OR ENGLISH

    An evergreen climbing vine or dense groundcover with beautiful deep green foliage that will cover walls, trees and fences in short order; benefits from some protection from sun and wind in winter; very adaptable and vigorous, one of the hardiest varieties

  • THORNDALE ENGLISH IVY
    HEDERA HELIX THORNDALE

    The consummate vine, this evergreen climber or dense groundcover with beautiful deep green foliage will cover walls, trees and fences in short order; very adaptable and vigorous, one of the hardier varieties but protect from sun and wind in winter

  • MARDI GRAS SNEEZEWEED
    HELENIUM HELBRO

    Mardi Gras Sneezeweed has masses of beautiful gold daisy flowers with coppery-bronze overtones, brown eyes and yellow anthers at the ends of the stems from mid summer to early fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SUNSHINE SELECTIONS CHRISTMAS ROSE HYBRID
    HELLEBORUS HYBRIDUS SUNSHINE SELECTIONS

    HELL HYBR SUNSHINE SELECTIONS #1

  • JACOB GOLD COLLECTION LENTEN ROSE
    HELLEBORUS NIGER JACOB

    Cup-shaped pure white flowers will age to light green; cool weather can produce pink tinged blooms; flowers emerge in late fall, when most others are finished; a welcome sight in the garden

  • PENNYS PINK LENTEN ROSE
    HELLEBORUS PENNYS PINK

    Purple buds open to display pretty pink flowers with chartreuse centers that deepen as they mature; handsome, marbled deep green foliage; this very showy plant is excellent for woodland areas protected from winter winds

  • WHEN MY SWEETHEART RETURNS HAPPY EVER APPSTER DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS APPSTER WHEN MY SWEETHEART RETURNS

    Beautiful, ruffled pale yellow blooms with lime green throats and rosy-red eyezones; a true everblooming variety; excellent for borders, groups, or naturalizing

  • BIG TIME HAPPY HAPPY EVER APPSTER DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS HAPPY EVER APPSTER BIG TIME HAPPY

    Everblooming, soft lemon-yellow trumpets with green throat and ruffled edges; sturdy, strong, easy to care for, great grassy texture and form; good for the beginner gardener and the pro

  • HAPPY RETURNS DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS HAPPY RETURNS

    Happy Ever Appster® Happy Returns Daylily features bold yellow trumpet-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its grassy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • JOAN SENIOR DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS JOAN SENIOR

    Joan Senior Daylily features bold white trumpet-shaped flowers with chartreuse throats at the ends of the stems from late spring to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its grassy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PARDON ME DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS PARDON ME

    Pardon Me Daylily features bold red trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow throats at the ends of the stems from early to late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its grassy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • STELLA D ORO DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS STELLA D ORO

    Stella de Oro Daylily features bold gold trumpet-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early summer to early fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its grassy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • TIGER SWIRL DAYLILY
    HEMEROCALLIS TIGER SWIRL

    Triangluar, twisting golden-yellow blooms with chartreuse throats and large striking red eyezones; excellent for borders, groups, or naturalizing

  • UNNAMED DAYLILY HYBRID
    HEMEROCALLIS UNNAMED HYBRIDS

    HEME UNKNOWN HYBRIDS #5

  • BLACKOUT CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA BLACKOUT

    Dainty spikes of cream colored bells rise from a compact mound of near-black foliage with rounded lobes; amazing contrast to other plants; great versatility; keep soil moist in heat of summer

  • CASSIS CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA CASSIS

    HEUCHERA CASSIS #1

  • DALES STRAIN CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA DALES STRAIN

    Dainty spikes of tiny, pink flowers rise from a compact mound of foliage that emerges chartreuse and matures to silvery green with dark gray veins; amazing contrast to other plants; great versatility; keep soil moist in heat of summer

  • DELTA DAWN CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA DELTA DAWN

    Lovely brick red foliage with scalloped chartreuse edges, eventually matures to chartreuse with deep red veining; pretty spikes of white bells in early to late summer; amazing color addition with great versatility; keep soil moist in heat of summer

  • SILVER GUMDROP CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA DOLCE SILVER GUMDROP

    Dainty spikes of vibrant coral colored bells, rise from silver leaves that take on rosy tones later in the season; amazing contrast to other plants; great versatility; keep soil moist in heat of summer

  • FIRE CHIEF CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA FIRE CHIEF

    White and pink bicolor bells rise from compact mounds of wine colored foliage; amazing contrast to other plants;great versatility; keep soil moist in heat of summer

  • FROSTED VIOLET CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA FROSTED VIOLET

    Frosted Violet Coral Bells features dainty spikes of shell pink bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to mid summer, which emerge from distinctive rose flower buds. Its attractive crinkled lobed leaves emerge dark green in spring, turning deep purple in color with curious burgundy undersides and tinges of silver the rest of the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • GREEN SPICE CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA GREEN SPICE

    Green Spice Coral Bells features dainty spikes of creamy white bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to mid summer. Its attractive crinkled lobed leaves remain emerald green in color with distinctive dark red veins and tinges of silver throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • LEMON LOVE CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA LEMON LOVE

    Dainty spikes of cream colored bells rise from a mound of lemon yellow to lime green foliage that eventually matures to green in the late season; amazing contrast to other plants, great versatility; keep soil moist in the heat of summer

  • OBSIDIAN CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA OBSIDIAN

    Obsidian Coral Bells features dainty spikes of light green bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer. Its attractive crinkled lobed leaves emerge burgundy in spring, turning black in color with curious deep purple undersides the rest of the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PLUM PUDDING CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA PLUM PUDDING

    Plum Pudding Coral Bells features dainty spikes of creamy white bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer. Its attractive crinkled lobed leaves remain purple in color with distinctive deep purple veins throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BLACK PEARL PRIMO CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA PRIMO BLACK PEARL

    Dainty spikes of white bells with pink calyxes rise from a mound of jet black glossy foliage with ruffled edges and rosy purple undersides ; amazing contrast to other plants, great versatility; keep soil moist in the heat of summer

  • PEACHBERRY PRIMO CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA PRIMO PEACHBERRY ICE

    Dainty spikes of cream bells rise from a dense mound of large, apricot orange leaves with a silver overlay; beautiful ruffling and bright pink undersides; amazing contrast to other plants, great versatility; keep soil moist in the heat of summer

  • WILD ROSE PRIMO CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA PRIMO WILD ROSE

    An outstanding and exciting cultivar; large, bright rosy-purple leaves with prominent deep gray veining; rosy-pink flowers on dark burgundy stems; creates a stunning visual in the garden; perfect for massing and groundcover applications

  • SWEET TART LITTLE CUTIE FANCYLEAF CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA SWEET TART LITTLE CUTIES

    Outstanding hot pink and cerise bells rise from compact mounds of radiant chartreuse and lime green foliage; amazing contrast to other plants; great versatility; keep soil moist in heat of summer

  • CARAMEL CORALBELLS
    HEUCHERA VILLOSA CARAMEL

    Dainty spikes of cream colored bells rise from a compact mound of peachy-gold foliage with reddish undersides, emerging red in the spring; amazing contrast to other plants; great versatility; keep soil moist in the heat of summer

  • EYE SPY FUN AND GAMES FOAMY BELLS
    HEUCHERELLA FUN AND GAMES EYE SPY

    Dainty spikes of light-pink bells rise from a compact mound of light green to chartreuse foliage with dark burgundy veins; amazing contrast to other plants, great versatility; keep moist in heat of summer

  • LORD BALTIMORE HARDY ROSE MALLOW
    HIBISCUS COCCINEUS LORD BALTIMORE

    This bold garden perennial features very showy ruffled, dinner-plate, crimson flowers w/dark-red eye; attractive, glossy, large, dark-green/bronze leaves; ideal for the mixed garden border or in mass; do not allow to dry to wilting point

  • DRINKING GOURD PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD

    Large leaved ornamental blue-green leaves are cupped, nearly round and have a dull glaucous bloom; provides beautiful texture and contrast to other plants; near-white spikes of flowers in mid-summer

  • BIG DADDY PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA BIG DADDY

    Enormous bold, puckered blue-green leaves and spikes of pale lavender-white flowers; great impact plant for the garden when set against finer textured plants

  • BLUE MOUSE EARS PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA BLUE MOUSE EARS

    This miniature mounded hosta features small round, blue-green leaves and dainty spikes of pale lavender-white flowers; slow growing and cute as a button

  • BLUEBERRY MUFFIN PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA BLUEBERRY MUFFIN

    This strong growing, reliable variety produces soft blue corrugated foliage that eventually matures to olive green; provides beautiful texture and contrast to other plants; lavender spikes of flowers in early summer

  • SAGAE PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA FLUCTUANS SAGAE

    Sagae Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive enormous textured heart-shaped leaves remain grayish green in color with distinctive yellow edges throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • GOLD CROWN PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA FORTUNEI AUREOMARGINATA

    Attractive olive green leaves with gold variegation; provides beautiful texture and contrast to other plants; lavender spikes of flowers in mid to late summer

  • GOLD STANDARD PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA FORTUNEI GOLD STANDARD

    Gold Standard Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive large textured heart-shaped leaves emerge lime green in spring, turning yellow in color with distinctive dark green edges throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • FRAGRANT BOUQUET PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA FRAGRANT BOUQUET

    Wavy, heart-shaped leaves are a delightful apple-green, variegated with creamy margins; large, fragrant, tubular flowers are near-white and great for attracting hummingbirds; the leaves provide beautiful texture and contrast to other plants

  • FRANCEE PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA FRANCEE

    Francee Hosta features dainty spikes of lilac purple bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive textured heart-shaped leaves remain forest green in color with distinctive white edges throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • JUNE SPIRIT PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA JUNE SPIRIT

    HOST JUNE SPIRIT #2

  • HOSTA MINIATURE COLLECTION
    HOSTA MINIATURE COLLECTION

    HOST MINIATURE COLLECTION 3-4″P

  • ORIONS BELT PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA ORIONS BELT

    A deep green glossy leaf center with pure white margins; leaf is heart shaped, deeply ribbed and corrugated; spikes of pale lavender flowers in late spring to early summer; a stunning specimen in the garden or border

  • PATRIOT PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA PATRIOT

    Patriot Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive textured heart-shaped leaves remain dark green in color with distinctive white edges throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PILGRIM PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA PILGRIM

    An adorable miniature hosta with medium green centers and cream variegation; provides beautiful texture and contrast to other plants; lavender spikes of flowers in mid-summer

  • RAINFOREST SUNRISE PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA RAINFOREST SUNRISE

    This variety produces solid green leaves when they emerge and quickly develop dark green borders and bright gold centers; provides beautiful texture and contrast to other plants; light lavender spikes of flowers in mid-summer

  • ELEGANT PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA SIEBOLDIANA ELEGANS

    Elegans Hosta features dainty spikes of white bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive enormous textured heart-shaped leaves emerge powder blue in spring, turning blue in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • STAINED GLASS PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA STAINED GLASS

    Leaves have chartreuse centers with green variegation and wavy margins; provides beautiful texture and contrast to other plants; fragrant white spikes of flowers in mid-summer

  • SUM AND SUBSTANCE PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA SUM & SUBSTANCE

    Sum and Substance Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive enormous textured round leaves remain chartreuse in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SUN MOUSE PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA SUN MOUSE

    This miniature mounded hosta features small round, brilliant yellow leaves and dainty spikes of lavender flowers in mid-summer; plant in a morning sun area or filtered shade for best yellow color; provides excellent color contrast

  • HALCYON PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA TARDIANA HALCYON

    Halcyon Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive textured heart-shaped leaves emerge blue in spring, turning bluish-green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • JUNE PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA TARDIANA JUNE

    June Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive textured heart-shaped leaves remain gold in color with distinctive aqua bluish-green edges and tinges of bluish-green throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • WIDE BRIM PLANTAIN LILY
    HOSTA WIDE BRIM

    Wide Brim Hosta features dainty spikes of lavender bell-shaped flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive textured heart-shaped leaves remain bluish-green in color with showy creamy white variegation and tinges of gold throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SNOWFLAKE CANDYTUFT
    IBERIS SEMPERVIRENS SNOWFLAKE

    A springtime cover of larger snowy white flowers and deep evergreen foliage; often treated as a perennial, this is actually a low growing shrub, benefits from snow cover; requires proper drainage

  • WHITEOUT CANDYTUFT
    IBERIS SEMPERVIRENS WHITEOUT

    This improved variety has dense branching and more uniform flowering; features a froth of pure white flowers in spring, and very fine evergreen foliage for the rest of the year, benefits from snow cover; a dramatic mass planting

  • DARLING JAPANESE IRIS
    IRIS ENSATA DARLING

    Attractive lilac colored flowers; good for bogs or ponds as it requires consistent moisture; blooms emerge from lush, sword-like foliage; hardy and easy to grow; cut back in the fall to reduce pests

  • HARVEST OF MEMORIES REBLOOMING BEARDED IRIS
    IRIS GERMANICA HARVEST OF MEMORIES

    Harvest Of Memories Iris features bold lemon yellow flag-like flowers with lemon yellow falls at the ends of the stems in late spring. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its sword-like leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • IMMORTALITY REBLOOMING BEARDED IRIS
    IRIS GERMANICA IMMORTALITY

    Immortality Iris features bold white flag-like flowers with a buttery yellow beard at the ends of the stems in mid spring. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its sword-like leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PINK ATTRACTION REBLOOMING BEARDED IRIS
    IRIS GERMANICA PINK ATTRACTION

    Pink Attraction Iris has masses of beautiful shell pink flag-like flowers with salmon overtones and a coral-pink beard at the ends of the stems in mid spring, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its sword-like leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SYNERGY BEARDED IRIS
    IRIS GERMANICA SYNERGY

    IRIS GERM SYNERGY #1

  • BUTTER AND SUGAR SIBERIAN IRIS
    IRIS SIBIRICA BUTTER AND SUGAR

    Butter And Sugar Siberian Iris has masses of beautiful white flag-like flowers with lemon yellow throats and yellow edges at the ends of the stems in late spring, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its sword-like leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SWANS IN FLIGHT SIBERIAN IRIS
    IRIS SIBIRICA SWANS IN FLIGHT

    An elegant variety featuring head turning ivory white blooms with lemon yellow signals; massed plantings give the best effect in a garden, blooms in early summer, best in full sun and moist soil but very adaptable

  • JEEPERS CREEPERS
    JEEPERS CREEPERS

    This fine selection displays a bold contrast in leaf color making it desirable in the woodland garden; flowers are larger than other varieties and the plant is more clumping than spreading

  • FLAMENCO RED HOT POKER
    KNIPHOFIA UVARIA FLAMENCO

    Amazing red and gold bottlebrush type flowers rise from grassy, evergreen foliage in midsummer to create an unusual yet brilliant border or container planting; makes a great cutflower and attracts hummingbirds

  • PURPLE DRAGON SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE
    LAMIUM MACULATUM PURPLE DRAGON

    This striking variety is one of the most colorful and vigorous available; plentiful, handsome purple blooms rise above and contrast silvery variegated foliage below; an excellent choice for groundcover or containers

  • SHELL PINK SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE
    LAMIUM MACULATUM SHELL PINK

    Shell Pink Spotted Dead Nettle has masses of beautiful spikes of shell pink flowers rising above the foliage from mid spring to early fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its attractive oval leaves remain forest green in color with prominent silver stripes throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • WHITE NANCY SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE
    LAMIUM MACULATUM WHITE NANCY

    White Nancy Spotted Dead Nettle has masses of beautiful spikes of white flowers rising above the foliage from mid spring to early fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its attractive oval leaves remain silver in color with distinctive forest green edges throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • HIDCOTE BLUE LAVENDER
    LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA HIDCOTE

    Hidcote Lavender has masses of beautiful spikes of fragrant purple flowers rising above the foliage from early to late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It has attractive grayish green foliage. The fragrant needles are highly ornamental and turn coppery-bronze in fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MUNSTEAD BLUE LAVENDER
    LAVANDULA ANGUSTIFOLIA MUNSTEAD

    This fabulous variety is a fragrant, robust lavender that, due to its short size and tightly held blooms, makes a great low hedge; it can also be massed in the garden; blooms profusely in spring and is then a fragrant gray green shrub

  • PHENOMENAL LAVENDER
    LAVANDULA INTERMEDIA PHENOMENAL

    Striking bluish-purple blooms covering slightly taller stems sets this very hardy cultivar apart; impressive silvery foliage is beautifully fragrant; excellent for borders, containers, and massing in the garden; used for sachets and perfumes

  • BECKY SHASTA DAISY
    LEUCANTHEMUM SUPERBUM BECKY

    Becky Shasta Daisy has masses of beautiful white daisy flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its serrated narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY
    LEUCANTHEMUM SUPERBUM DAISY MAY

    A delightful variety of the ever-popular shasta daisy; numerous beautiful white double blooms with yellow eyes rise above and graciously contrast the deep green glossy foliage; a wonderful choice to mass as a garden focal point

  • SNOWCAP SHASTA DAISY
    LEUCANTHEMUM SUPERBUM SNOWCAP

    A delightful variety of the ever-popular shasta daisy known for a high bloom rate; abundant beautiful white blooms with yellow eyes rise above and graciously contrast the deep green foliage; wonderful choice to mass as a garden focal point

  • EUROPEAN DUNE GRASS
    LEYMUS ARENARIUS BLUE DUNE

    Blue Dune Lyme Grass’ attractive grassy leaves are steel blue in color. The foliage often turns tan in fall. The tan seed heads are carried on spikes from mid summer to late fall. The flowers are not ornamentally significant.

  • WHITE FLORISTAN BLAZING STAR
    LIATRIS SPICATA FLORISTAN WHITE

    Floristan White Blazing Star has masses of beautiful spikes of white flowers rising above the foliage from mid summer to early fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its grassy leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BRITT MARIE CRAWFORD GOLDEN RAY
    LIGULARIA DENTATA BRITT MARIE CRAWFORD

    Britt Marie Crawford Rayflower features bold panicles of gold daisy flowers at the ends of the stems from late summer to early fall. Its attractive large serrated round leaves remain deep purple in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • LITTLE ROCKET NARROW SPIKED GOLDEN RAY
    LIGULARIA STENOCEPHALA LITTLE ROCKET

    This dwarf cultivar of The Rocket is an excellent choice where space is a concern; long spikes of bright yellow flowers rise above dark green foliage that is coarse in texture; likes partial shade in afternoon; great for waterside applications

  • MONROE WHITE LILY TURF
    LIRIOPE MUSCARI MONROE WHITE

    A tufted grass like perennial that features a clump of arching, glossy, dark green leaves; features a beautiful display of lovely powerdery blue flower spikes; best used as an edging plant or massed as a groundcover

  • VARIEGATED LILY TURF
    LIRIOPE MUSCARI VARIEGATA

    A tufted grass like perennial that features a clump of arching, glossy, green and white varigated leaves; a beautiful display of lovely purple-lavender atop showy flower spikes; it is best as an edging plant or massed as a groundcover

  • CREEPING LILY TURF
    LIRIOPE SPICATA

    A tufted grass-like perennial with arching, glossy, dark green leaves that grow no more that a foot; provides a beautiful display of lovely lavender and white flowers atop showy spikes; best used as an edging plant or massed as a groundcover

  • CARDINAL FLOWER
    LOBELIA CARDINALIS

    Cardinal Flower features showy spikes of scarlet flowers rising above the foliage from mid summer to early fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its pointy leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PINK GALLERY LUPINE
    LUPINUS GALLERY PINK

    A stunning dwarf hybrid producing thick spikes of eye catching two-tone pink and white flowers; a tremendous visual impact massed in the garden, border plantings or in containers

  • RED GALLERY LUPINE
    LUPINUS GALLERY RED

    Gallery lupines are shorter than other varieties but the larger flower spikes make up for it; this selection has solid red flowers, deadheading can promote reblooming; prefers cooler climates and a well-drained, organic rich soil

  • FLAME GRASS
    MISCANTHUS PURPURASCENS

    Flame Grass features bold plumes of coral-pink flowers rising above the foliage in late summer. The silver seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from early fall to late winter. Its grassy leaves are green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous coppery-bronze in the fall. The brick red stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • ADAGIO MAIDEN GRASS
    MISCANTHUS SINENSIS ADAGIO

    Adagio Maiden Grass features dainty plumes of pink flowers rising above the foliage in late summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. The white seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from early fall to late winter. Its grassy leaves are silver in color. The foliage often turns yellow in fall. The olive green stems can be quite attractive.

  • GRACILLIMUS MAIDEN GRASS
    MISCANTHUS SINENSIS GRACILLIMUS

    The most popular selection of this species and deservedly so; plants form a graceful upright mound of fine green foliage that stays attractive from summer through winter, when it changes to a light tan; great as a specimen, border, or mass planting

  • PORCUPINE GRASS
    MISCANTHUS SINENSIS STRICTUS

    Porcupine Grass features bold plumes of rose flowers rising above the foliage in late summer. Its attractive grassy leaves are bluish-green in color with showy gold variegation. The foliage often turns yellow in fall. The silver seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from early fall to late winter. The brick red stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • VARIEGATED MAIDEN GRASS
    MISCANTHUS SINENSIS VARIEGATA

    Variegated Silver Grass features bold plumes of rose flowers rising above the foliage in late summer. Its attractive grassy leaves are green in color with showy tan variegation. The foliage often turns yellow in fall. The silver seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from early fall to late winter. The tan stems can be quite attractive.

  • ZEBRA GRASS
    MISCANTHUS SINENSIS ZEBRINUS

    Zebra Grass features bold plumes of coppery-bronze flowers rising above the foliage in late summer. Its attractive grassy leaves are bluish-green in color with showy yellow variegation. The foliage often turns yellow in fall. The silver seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from early fall to late winter. The brick red stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • SKYRACER TALL PURPLE MOOR GRASS
    MOLINIA CAERULEA ARUNDINACEA SKYRACER

    Tall upright inflorescences rise high above green fountain like foliage giving structure that is pleasing to the eye; displays rich golden yellow fall color that continues through winter; excellent accent, edging, and naturalizing groundcover

  • JACOB KLINE BEEBALM
    MONARDA DIDYMA JACOB KLINE

    Jacob Cline Beebalm has masses of beautiful clusters of fragrant red flowers at the ends of the stems from mid to late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its fragrant pointy leaves remain forest green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • LEADING LADY ORCHID BEEBALM
    MONARDA DIDYMA LEADING LADY ORCHID

    This variety forms a dense, compact mound of magenta-purple flowers, on well branched, strong stems, over lush dark green foliage that has an excellent resistance to powdery mildew; great for massing along border fronts

  • BLUE PRELUDE CATMINT
    NEPETA BLUE PRELUDE

    A very showy catmint with very large blooms of violet-blue, with tiny purple spots, all the way up the stems, from early to late summer; attracts beneficial bugs to the garden; will bloom in waves all summer

  • WALKERS LOW PERSIAN CATMINT
    NEPETA FAASSENII WALKERS LOW

    Walker’s Low Catmint has masses of beautiful spikes of lightly-scented royal blue flowers with lavender overtones rising above the foliage from late spring to early fall, which emerge from distinctive rose flower buds, and which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its small fragrant pointy leaves remain grayish green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • JUNIOR WALKER CATMINT
    NEPETA JUNIOR WALKER

    This compact, sterile variety produces neat mounds of aromatic gray-green foliage, above which masses of lavender blue flower spikes rise in a visual feast; long blooming from late spring through summer; great for borders

  • SENSITIVE FERN
    ONOCLEA SENSIBILIS

    Touch this plant and the tender leaflets close, hence the the name; this ferny gem is readily propagated by spores living in large colonies, however it is short lived in each location

  • CINNAMON FERN
    OSMUNDA CINNAMOMEA

    An elegant fern with giant fronds that maintain a medium green throughout the season turning a beautiful apricot color in the fall; seed stalks are actually shorter than the plant

  • ROYAL FERN
    OSMUNDA REGALIS

    Royal Fern features bold spikes of brown flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its enormous oval bipinnately compound leaves are green in color. The foliage often turns tan in fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SPURGE
    PACHYSANDRA TERMINALIS

    A highly regarded evergreen groundcover, exceptional performance in deep shade, actually dislikes hot sun, one of the few that does well beneath mature shade trees; prefers highly organic, acidic soils, will benefit from snow cover in colder regions

  • VARIEGATED SPURGE
    PACHYSANDRA TERMINALIS VARIEGATA

    A very appealing evergreen groundcover with interesting white flowers in spring and white variegated foliage, exceptional performance in deep shade or underneath mature shade trees, dislikes hot sun; prefers highly organic, acidic soils

  • DUCHESSE DE NEMOURS DOUBLE PEONY
    PAEONIA DUCHESSE DE NEMOURS

    Duchesse de Nemours Peony features bold fragrant creamy white flowers with gold centers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BARTZELLA ITOH HYBRID PEONY
    PAEONIA ITOH HYBRID BARTZELLA

    Light butter yellow blooms with subtle lemon tinged center; sweet fragrance, stiff stems and abundant flowers; this hybrid’s growth habit and flowers resembles a tree peony, does not need staking; best massed in the garden

  • OLD ROSE DANDY ITOH HYBRID PEONY
    PAEONIA ITOH HYBRID OLD ROSE DANDY

    PAEO ITOH OLD ROSE DANDY #3

  • KARL ROSENFELD DOUBLE PEONY
    PAEONIA KARL ROSENFELD

    Karl Rosenfeld Peony features bold lightly-scented fuchsia flowers with yellow anthers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SARAH BERNHARDT DOUBLE PEONY
    PAEONIA SARAH BERNHARDT

    Sarah Bernhardt Peony features bold fragrant shell pink flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • RENKAKU TREE PEONY
    PAEONIA SUFFRUTICOSA RENKAKU

    A beautiful woody peony for the garden, with bold snowy white flowers with prominent yellow stamens, great as an accent in the garden or massed in borders; unlike perennial peonies, remember not to prune this variety

  • CHEYENNE SKY SWITCH GRASS
    PANICUM VIRGATUM CHEYENNE SKY

    This compact selection forms a small, upright clump of striking blue-green leaves; airy heads of dark red flowers appear on plumes in late summer; perfect as an accent or massed in borders

  • NORTHWIND SWITCH GRASS
    PANICUM VIRGATUM NORTHWIND

    Northwind Switch Grass features airy plumes of rose flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive grassy leaves are olive green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous gold in the fall. The brick red seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from late summer to mid fall. The tan stems can be quite attractive.

  • SHENANDOAH SWITCH GRASS
    PANICUM VIRGATUM SHENANDOAH

    Shenandoah Reed Switch Grass features airy plumes of rose flowers rising above the foliage in mid summer. Its attractive grassy leaves are green in color with prominent ruby-red tips. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous burgundy in the fall. The brick red seed heads are carried on showy plumes displayed in abundance from late summer to mid fall. The brick red stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • BRILLIANT ORIENTAL POPPY
    PAPAVER ORIENTALE BRILLIANT

    Brilliant Poppy features bold scarlet round flowers with burgundy eyes and black centers at the ends of the stems from early to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its deeply cut ferny leaves remain forest green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ROYAL WEDDING ORIENTAL POPPY
    PAPAVER ORIENTALE ROYAL WEDDING

    Royal Wedding Poppy features bold white round flowers with burgundy eyes and black centers at the ends of the stems from early to mid summer. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its deeply cut ferny leaves remain forest green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • HAMELN FOUNTAIN GRASS
    PENNISETUM ALOPECUROIDES HAMELN

    A fine textured dwarf fountain grass suitable for smaller areas; bright green foliage changes to a golden tan in fall; blooms are large bottle brush like plumes of white that persist until winter; beautiful as an accent or massed in borders or rock garden

  • LITTLE BUNNY FOUNTAIN GRASS
    PENNISETUM ALOPECUROIDES LITTLE BUNNY

    A fine textured dwarf fountain grass suitable for smaller areas; bright green foliage changes to a golden tan in fall; blooms are large bottle brush like cream plumes that persist until winter; beautiful as an accent or massed in borders or rock garden

  • RED HEAD FOUNTAIN GRASS
    PENNISETUM ALOPECUROIDES RED HEAD

    Fine textured bright green foliage changes to a golden tan in fall; blooms are large reddish-pink bottlebrush plumes that persist until winter; beautiful as an accent or massed in borders or rock garden

  • KARLEY ROSE ORIENTAL FOUNTAIN GRASS
    PENNISETUM ORIENTALE KARLEY ROSE

    Fluffy pink seed heads rise from fine textured foliage on this particularly hardy variety of perennial fountain grass; makes a beautiful accent in the garden and in containers

  • ELFIN PINK BEARD TONGUE
    PENSTEMON BARBATUS ELFIN PINK

    A lovely penstemon with an earlier bloom time and a compact habit; gorgeous pink flowers rising above green foliage makes a beautiful visual impact when massed in the garden, along walkways, or in borders

  • BLUE JEAN BABY RUSSIAN SAGE
    PEROVSKIA ATRIPLICIFOLIA BLUE JEAN BABY

    This compact variety forms a dense mound of fragrant gray-green leaves, producing multiple spikes of lavender blue flowers held in smoky purple calyxes from summer until fall; vigorous and early blooming; excellent for the garden or mixed containers

  • LITTLE SPIRE RUSSIAN SAGE
    PEROVSKIA ATRIPLICIFOLIA LITTLE SPIRE

    Little Spire Russian Sage features delicate spikes of lavender flowers rising above the foliage from early summer to mid fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its attractive tiny fragrant narrow leaves emerge silver in spring, turning grayish green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ROCKETMAN RUSSIAN SAGE
    PEROVSKIA ATRIPLICIFOLIA ROCKETMAN

    This more upright variety forms a dense mound of fragrant gray-green leaves, producing multiple spikes of lavender-blue flowers from mid-summer until fall; excellent for the garden or mixed containers

  • BLUE MOON WOODLAND PHLOX
    PHLOX DIVARICATA BLUE MOON

    A choice variety with overlapping petals of passionate blue fragrant flowers that bloom early and persist; a wonderful plant for borders and edging; not prone to mildew, and grows best in slightly dry conditions

  • FLAMINGO TALL GARDEN PHLOX
    PHLOX PANICULATA FLAMINGO

    PHLO PANI FLAMINGO #1

  • VOLCANO LILAC SPLASH GARDEN PHLOX
    PHLOX PANICULATA VOLCANO LILAC SPLASH

    PHLO PANI VOLCANO LILAC SPLASH 1

  • HOME FRIES TUFTED CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX STOLONIFERA HOME FIRES

    Home Fires Woodland Phlox is smothered in stunning cymes of lightly-scented hot pink star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early spring to early summer. Its tiny narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • AMAZING GRACE CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA AMAZING GRACE

    This variety produces a showy display of bright white flowers with golden centers surrounded by maroon-pink spots; prune lightly after flowering to encourage a dense growth habit; wonderful for rock gardens, edging, or in mixed containers

  • BLUE EMERALD CUSHION CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA BLUE EMERALD CUSHION

    Emerald Blue Moss Phlox is smothered in stunning lavender star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early to late spring. Its tiny needle-like leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • CANDY STRIPE CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA CANDY STRIPE

    Candy Stripe Moss Phlox is smothered in stunning pink star-shaped flowers with crimson eyes and white stripes at the ends of the stems from early to late spring. Its tiny needle-like leaves remain forest green in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • EARLY SPRING DARK PINK CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA EARLY SPRING DARK PINK

    PHLO SUBU EARLY SPRING DARK PINK

  • EARLY SPRING HOT PINK CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA EARLY SPRING HOT PINK

    PHLO SUBU EARLY HOT PINK #3

  • EARLY SPRING LILAC CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA EARLY SPRING LILAC

    PHLO SUBU EARLY SPRING LILAC #3

  • EARLY SPRING PURPLE CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA EARLY SPRING PURPLE

    PHLO SUBU EARLY SPRING PURPLE #3

  • FORT HILL CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA FORT HILL

    Fort Hill Moss Phlox is smothered in stunning lightly-scented pink star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early to late spring. Its tiny needle-like leaves remain green in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MCDANIELS CUSHION CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA MCDANIELS CUSHION

    This variety produces a vibrant display of rose pink flowers that blanket the plant in spring; prune lightly after flowering to encourage a dense growth habit; wonderful for rock gardens, edging, or in mixed containers

  • PURPLE BEAUTY CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA PURPLE BEAUTY

    This variety produces a showy display of bright purple flowers with a dark purple center; prune lightly after flowering to encourage a dense growth habit; wonderful for rock gardens, edging, or in mixed containers;

  • SCARLET FLAME CREEPING PHLOX
    PHLOX SUBULATA SCARLET FLAME

    Scarlet Flame Moss Phlox is smothered in stunning lightly-scented scarlet star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early to late spring. Its tiny needle-like leaves remain green in color throughout the year. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • HEAVEN SCENT JACOBS LADDER
    POLEMONIUM HEAVEN SCENT

    This lovely variety forms a ferny mound of green foliage that has bluish-purple highlights as new growth and is loosely topped with lilac flowers in late spring; looks great in the middle to front of the border and easily mixes with other plants

  • STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN CREEPING JACOBS LADDER
    POLEMONIUM REPTANS STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN

    Stairway To Heaven Jacob’s Ladder has masses of beautiful spikes of lavender flowers rising above the foliage from mid spring to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its attractive ferny pinnately compound leaves remain bluish-green in color with showy lemon yellow variegation and tinges of white throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SOLOMONS SEAL
    POLYGONATUM COMMUTATUM

    A woodland must with pleated deep green leaves and dangling tubular flowers borne under the leaves, followed by bluish-black inedible fruit; great for shady rock gardens and woodlands

  • VARIEGATED SOLOMONS SEAL
    POLYGONATUM ODORATUM VARIEGATUM

    Attractive variegated leaves is what sets this variety apart; elegant nodding silky white blooms in late spring above mounded foliage is attractive all season long makes this a great choice for the shaded area

  • HARD SHIELD FERN
    POLYSTICHUM ACULEATUM

    A lovely evergreen fern, this variety has tapering ladder like leaves with each leaflet subdivided to give a fine feathery appearance; excellent massed or as groundcover in shaded borders or featured in shady areas of rock gardens

  • TASSEL FERN
    POLYSTICHUM POLYBLEPHARUM

    A stunning fern for the shade garden with bright green new fronds that turn darker when mature; after they unwind, the tips hang down, like a tassel, but eventually straighten out; cut fronds are great for flower arrangements

  • HIGH CONTRAST LUNGWORT
    PULMONARIA HIGH CONTRAST

    This attractive variety has flowers in spring that emerge pink and mature to bluish-violet, over heavily spotted green leaves; perfect in the garden, massed along border fronts or in containers

  • PRETTY IN PINK LUNGWORT BETHLEHAM SAGE
    PULMONARIA PRETTY IN PINK

    A low mounding perennial presenting dark green lance-shaped leaves with silver spots, and rose pink flowers in spring that tend to stay pink as they age; an attractive accent plant or impressive underplanting for wooded areas

  • SHRIMPS ON THE PRAIRIE LUNGWORT
    PULMONARIA SHRIMPS ON THE BARBIE

    This captivating variety displays clusters of deep coral to pink blooms over clumps of silver speckled, light green foliage; a beautiful accent all season long for the shaded area; trim after blooming to rejuvenate foliage

  • SPOT ON LUNGWORT
    PULMONARIA SPOT ON

    PULM SPOT ON #1

  • PASQUE FLOWER
    PULSATILLA VULGARIS

    Pasqueflower has purple cup-shaped flowers with yellow eyes at the ends of the stems from early to mid spring, which are interesting on close inspection. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its deeply cut ferny compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The silver fruits are carried on plumes from early summer to early fall.

  • RED BELLS PASQUE FLOWER
    PULSATILLA VULGARIS ROTE GLOCKE

    An early blooming rock garden plant with bright red blossoms held closely over delicately pubescent mounds of feathery leaves; suitable for rockeries and dry gardens

  • GOLDSTURM BLACK EYED SUSAN
    RUDBECKIA FULGIDA GOLDSTURM

    Goldsturm Coneflower has masses of beautiful gold daisy flowers with dark brown eyes at the ends of the stems from mid summer to early fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its serrated pointy leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • LITTLE GOLDSTAR BLACK EYED SUSAN
    RUDBECKIA FULGIDA LITTLE GOLDSTAR

    A more compact and floriferous variety, ideal for small gardens and containers; beautiful flowers of gold fill the plant through summer and early fall, a wonderful fall perennial

  • AUTUMN SUN CUTLEAF CONEFLOWER
    RUDBECKIA NITIDA HERBSTSONNE

    Autumn Sun Coneflower has masses of beautiful yellow daisy flowers with chartreuse eyes at the ends of the stems from mid summer to mid fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its serrated pointy leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BROWN EYED SUSAN
    RUDBECKIA TRILOBA

    This biennial or short lived perennial produces sunny yellow daisy flowers with brown centers; tolerates light shade, drought and a wide range of soils; best treated as an annual; wonderful along borders or in containers

  • GOLDEN SCOTCH MOSS
    SAGINA SUBULATA AUREA

    Scotch Moss’s attractive tiny needle-like leaves emerge gold in spring, turning lime green in color the rest of the year. It features tiny white star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from mid spring to mid summer. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BLUE HILL MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA BLUE HILL

    Blue Hill Sage has masses of beautiful spikes of powder blue flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its fragrant narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BLUE MARVEL MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA BLUE MARVEL

    A compact, bushy variety with stunning spikes of long lasting violet-blue flowers that fade to reveal burgundy calyces, for extended garden color; somewhat drought tolerant; excellent for the sunny border or containers

  • CARADONNA MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA CARADONNA

    Caradonna Sage has masses of beautiful spikes of royal blue flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its fragrant narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The burgundy stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • MARCUS MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA MARCUS

    Marcus Sage has masses of beautiful spikes of royal blue flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its fragrant narrow leaves remain grayish green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MAY NIGHT MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA MAY NIGHT

    May Night Sage has masses of beautiful spikes of indigo flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its fragrant narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The purple stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • PINK PROFUSION MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA PINK PROFUSION

    A bushy variety producing a profusion of long lasting bright pink flower spikes with pink-burgundy calyxes, on a perfectly rounded plant; cut back after flowering to promote re-bloom; somewhat drought tolerant; excellent for the sunny border or containers

  • ROSE MARVEL MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA ROSE MARVEL

    A bushy variety with stunning spikes of large, rich rose flowers that fade to reveal burgundy calyces, for extended garden color; long flowering, and re-blooms without cutting back; excellent for the sunny border or containers

  • SNOW HILL MEADOW SAGE
    SALVIA NEMOROSA SNOW HILL

    Snow Hill Sage has masses of beautiful spikes of white flowers rising above the foliage from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its fragrant narrow leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PURPLE RAIN LILAC SAGE
    SALVIA VERTICILLATA PURPLE RAIN

    Purple Rain Salvia has masses of beautiful spikes of violet flowers rising above the foliage from early to late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its attractive fragrant narrow leaves remain olive green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BUTTERFLY BLUE DWARF PINCUSHION FLOWER
    SCABIOSA COLUMBARIA BUTTERFLY BLUE

    Butterfly Blue Pincushion Flower features unusual blue pincushion flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early fall. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its deeply cut ferny leaves remain grayish green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • BLUE PARADISE LITTLE BLUE STEM
    SCHIZACHYRIUM SCOPARIUM BLUE PARADISE

    This sturdy selection forms a towering, columnar clump of striking silver-blue stems; airy, plum colored plumes appear in late summer; deep wine purple fall color; perfect as a landscape accent, or along borders

  • PRAIRIE BLUES LITTLE BLUE STEM
    SCHIZACHYRIUM SCOPARIUM PRAIRIE BLUES

    An improved variety for hot, dry areas with consistent gray-blue, ribbon-like foliage that takes on hues of violet-purple in fall; silvery white seed heads persist well into winter; an outstanding accent plant

  • JOHN CREECH STONECROP
    SEDUM JOHN CREECH

    John Creech Stonecrop is smothered in stunning pink star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from early to mid summer, which emerge from distinctive cherry red flower buds. Its tiny succulent round leaves remain emerald green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PURE JOY STONECROP
    SEDUM PURE JOY

    A compact mounded stonecrop that is absolutely covered in rose pink flowers in late summer; a drought-tolerant perennial that does best in poor soils, an excellent choice for late summer color in the garden

  • ROCK AND GROW POPSTAR STONECROP
    SEDUM ROCK AND GROW POPSTAR

    A compact, mounded stonecrop with large clusters of salmon pink flowers held atop blue-green succulent foliage; a drought-tolerant perennial that does best in poor soils; a colorful groundcover or feature in containers or rock gardens

  • OCTOBER DAPHNE
    SEDUM SIEBOLD

    October Daphne is covered in stunning pink star-shaped flowers at the ends of the stems from late summer to late fall. Its attractive succulent round leaves are silvery blue in color with distinctive rose edges. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous rose in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The brick red stems are very colorful and add to the overall interest of the plant.

  • FIRECRACKER SUNSPARKLER STONECROP
    SEDUM SUNSPARKLER FIRECRACKER

    A compact upright stonecrop with large clusters of deep pink flowers held atop distinct dark cherry red succulent foliage; a drought-tolerant perennial that does best in poor soils; a colorful groundcover or feature in containers or rock gardens

  • LIME ZINGER SUNSPARKLER STONECROP
    SEDUM SUNSPARKLER LIME ZINGER

    A compact groundcover stonecrop with soft pink flowers held atop of bluish-green succulent foliage edged in cherry red; a drought-tolerant perennial that does best in poor soils, an excellent choice for late summer color in the garden border

  • ATLANTIS STONECROP
    SEDUM TAKESIMENSE ATLANTIS

    A stunningly attractive, compact variety for hot, dry locations, featuring succulent bluish-green serrated foliage with wide, pale yellow margins; foliage shows pink tones in fall; pretty yellow flowers in mid to late summer

  • RED HEART HENS AND CHICKS
    SEMPERVIVUM TECTORUM RED HEART

    Red Heart Hens And Chicks’s attractive succulent pointy leaves emerge grayish green in spring, turning light green in color with prominent indian red tips throughout the season. It features unusual clusters of pink star-shaped flowers with burgundy bracts rising above the foliage in mid summer. The fruit is not ornamentally significant. The brick red stems can be quite attractive.

  • CLIFFORD MOOR VARIEGATED CATCHFLY
    SILENE DIOICA CLIFFORD MOOR

    A lovely and interesting catchfly presenting unique variegated foliage that adds tremendous ornamental value; preferrs bright shade and is great as an under canopy ground cover; will also tolerate dry periods and full sun; naturalizes easily

  • LUCERNE BLUE EYED GRASS
    SISYRINCHIUM ANGUSTIFOLIUM LUCERNE

    Native through most of eastern North America, this ornamental grass is an exciting flower for the garden as well as for naturalizing with its exquisite blue flowers and silvery emerging foliage

  • PRAIRIE DROPSEED
    SPOROBOLUS HETEROLEPSIS

    Native to the Great Plains and Prairies, this extremely fine-textured grass features airy plumes of fine seed heads floating over the grassy foliage in the late season; ideal for restoration projects and flowing hummocky accents in the urban landscape

  • HELENE VON STEIN LAMBS EARS
    STACHYS BYZANTINA HELENE VON STEIN

    Helene Von Stein Lamb’s Ears’s attractive large tomentose oval leaves emerge silver in spring, turning grayish green in color throughout the season. It has masses of beautiful spikes of pink flowers rising above the foliage in early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SILVER CARPET LAMBS EARS
    STACHYS BYZANTINA SILVER CARPET

    A flowerless variety of lamb’s ear for those who are looking for the silvery ground cover effect without the copious bees, however can get a rare bloom; spreads faster than other cultivars so prepare to contain it

  • JAPANESE BEECH FERN
    THELYPTERIS DECURSIVE PINNATA

    A low to medium fern that forms slow-spreading clumps of upright, arching fronds creating tidy mounds; great for moist, shady borders; tolerates sun with adequate moisture; divide in spring

  • CAROLINA LUPINE
    THERMOPSIS CAROLINIANA

    A striking variety with attractive foliage producing large lupine-like flower spikes that tower over the plant; very adaptable to rich garden soils; water during drought conditions

  • DOONE VALLEY LEMON CREEPING THYME
    THYMUS CITRIODORUS DOONE VALLEY

    A fine groundcover great for rock gardens, forms a dense low mat which is completely covered in lilac-pink flowers throughout summer; attractive variegated foliage; needs a dry and sunny location, will take light foot traffic

  • RED MOTHER OF THYME
    THYMUS PRAECOX COCCINEUS

    A highly desirable and popular groundcover, forming a dense low mat completely covered in crimson-violet flowers throughout summer, attractive fine and fragrant foliage the rest of the season; needs a dry and sunny location, can take light foot traffic

  • ELFIN GARDEN THYME
    THYMUS PRAECOX ELFIN

    A highly desirable and popular groundcover, forming a dense low mat completely covered in lavender flowers throughout summer, attractive fine and fragrant foliage the rest of the season; needs a dry and sunny location, can take light foot traffic

  • PINK CHINTZ CREEPING THYME
    THYMUS PRAECOX PINK CHINTZ

    A highly desirable and popular groundcover, forming a dense low mat completely covered in lovely pink flowers throughout summer, attractive fine and fragrant foliage the rest of the season; needs a dry and sunny location, can take light foot traffic

  • FOAM FLOWER
    TIARELLA CORDIFOLIA

    Creeping Foamflower has masses of beautiful spikes of lightly-scented white star-shaped flowers rising above the foliage from mid spring to mid summer, which emerge from distinctive shell pink flower buds, and which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its lobed leaves are green in color. As an added bonus, the foliage turns a gorgeous deep purple in the fall. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • ECO RUNNING TAPESTRY FOAM FLOWER
    TIARELLA CORDIFOLIA ECO RUNNING TAPESTRY

    An amazing variety with its profusion of white flowers in spring, and charming heart shaped leaves that are marked with a thick black band on the veins; wonderful as a shaded groundcover, or weaving with other plants in a container

  • CONCORD GRAPE SPIDERWORT
    TRADESCANTIA ANDERSONIANA CONCORD GRAPE

    Concord Grape Spiderwort has masses of beautiful clusters of purple flowers at the ends of the stems from early to late summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its attractive grassy leaves remain bluish-green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MIYAZAKI TOAD LILY
    TRICYRTIS HIRTA MIYAZAKI

    This selection forms an attractive mound of green leaves; orchid-like white flowers with plum purple spotting that can become blotchy and irregular toward the petal tips; greatly appreciated close up; excellent as a cut flower

  • GOLDEN QUEEN GLOBEFLOWER
    TROLLIUS CHINENSIS GOLDEN QUEEN

    Golden Queen Globeflower has masses of beautiful gold buttercup flowers with orange anthers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its deeply cut lobed leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • MOODY BLUES DARK BLUE SPEEDWELL
    VERONICA MOODY BLUES DARK BLUE

    An easy to grow variety, producing deep, dark blue flowers on a mound of fresh green foliage; makes an ideal small groundcover, great in rock gardens and along border edges

  • MOODY BLUES PINK SPEEDWELL
    VERONICA MOODY BLUES PINK

    An easy to grow variety, producing pale pink flowers on a mound of fresh green foliage; makes an ideal small groundcover, great in rock gardens and along border edges

  • ROYAL CANDLES SPEEDWELL
    VERONICA ROYAL CANDLES

    Royal Candles Speedwell has masses of beautiful spikes of royal blue flowers rising above the foliage from early to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain forest green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • GILES VAN HEELS SPEEDWELL
    VERONICA SPICATA GILES VAN HEES

    Giles van Hees Speedwell has masses of beautiful spikes of pink flowers rising above the foliage from early to mid summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Its narrow leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • PERIWINKLE
    VINCA MINOR

    One of the finest low-growing groundcovers for tough shade, featuring rich lavender flowers held over lustrous dark green evergreen foliage; does well in sun or deep shade, quickly forms a dense mat, even grows well under mature trees

  • WHITE PERIWINKLE
    VINCA MINOR ALBA

    A lush evergreen plant grown as a dense ground cover; very showy with volumes of contrasting white flowers in late spring, but also blooms throughout summer and fall sporadically

  • BOWLES VARIETY PERIWINKLE
    VINCA MINOR BOWLES VARIETY

    One of the very best groundcovers for deep shade, featuring showy white flowers held over lustrous dark green evergreen foliage; does well in sun or deep shade, quickly forms a dense mat, even grows well under mature trees

  • HALO LEMON FROST VIOLET
    VIOLA CORNUTA HALO LEMON FROST

    This variety produces spectacular blooms that are yellow with violet-blue margins and gold eyes; flowers early and persistently all season, even in low light; well branched and free flowing habit

  • VIOLET
    VIOLA ETAIN

    Etain Pansy has masses of beautiful lemon yellow flowers with white overtones, yellow eyes and lilac purple edges at the ends of the stems from early spring to late fall, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its crinkled round leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.

  • SIBERIAN BARREN STRAWBERRY
    WALDSTEINIA TERNATA

    An excellent ground cover for shaded areas, likes bright dappled sunlight; dense, dark green strawberry-like foliage creates a beautiful forest floor scene over which the pretty yellow flowers are carried

  • BARREN STRAWBERRY
    WALDSTENIA FRAGARIODES

    Barren Strawberry has masses of beautiful yellow daisy flowers at the ends of the stems from early to late spring, which are most effective when planted in groupings. Its round compound leaves remain green in color throughout the season. The fruit is not ornamentally significant.