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Golden yellow blooms with marmalade-orange centers emit a sweet fragrance that attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Named for th...e Cleopatra Butterfly, this variety more than matches its namesakes beauty. Compact plants shine in containers and borders; lovely planted en masse. Drought tolerant. EchinaceaZones: 4-9 Size: #1 Plants Height: 16-18 Light: Full Sun to part Shade Bloom Time: Summer to Fall Deer Resistant This item ships in the Spring. If our Spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following Spring. read more

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This decidedly different hosta features heavily corrugated cup-shaped leaves that are apple green with a creamy-white centre. As t...he leaves mature, the white centre becomes thinner and the green becomes darker. Near white flowers appear in late summer... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.94 Per Plant - The intense blue-green color of this hosta variety creates a breathtaking display in s...hady areas. The large, ribbed, heart-shaped leaves create a mound of dark beauty that produce tall, bloom-covered stalks... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.71 Per Plant - Brighten up the darkest corners of the garden with this shade-loving hosta. Bright whi...te leaves are highlighted by light green variegation and really create a gleaming display when tucked into shady spots.... read more

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When it comes to listing the best plants for shade, hosta has to be at the top! America's most popular perennial, the hardy hosta ...is known for its broad, textured foliage that comes in hundreds of colour combinations. Versatile and easygoing, hostas... read more

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Dramatic lance-shaped foliage contrasts in colour and shape to other hostas in the collection. Wide margins start out creamy white... and brighten to pure white as the season progresses. Foliage grows to 18" with 30" flower scapes. read more

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The lively foliage of this cool white and green hosta is striking with irregular, flame-shaped white centres dividing mid to dark ...green leaves. Ideal for the front of a shady border, as a ground cover or en masse. Pastel lavender flowers. read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.71 Per Plant - Easy to grow and long lived, this bright green hosta is a landscaper's dream. Large, r...ibbed leaves are pure in color and add beauty and interest to otherwise drab shady areas. Fantastic planted in a ring... read more

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This angel stands out in the shade garden. Growing up to 3' tall with a 4' spread, it has huge and heavy, heart-shaped, blue-green... leaves. Adding to its beauty are light lavender flowers that bloom on 4' scapes above the colourful mound of foliage. A... read more

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A unique colour combination that's sure to brighten up shady spots. This slugresistant variety forms a medium-size mound of green ...and yellow foliage topped off with uncommon near-white blooms. Foliage grows to 18" with 30" flower scapes. read more

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An amazing original hosta! Perfect for collectors or anyone looking to add interest to the shady part of their yard. Resembling ha...nds folded in prayer, the leaves are rippled with narrow gold margins and a matte finish. The unique folded leaves reveal... read more

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A splash of unexpected red highlights this one-of-a-kind variety. Sure to draw all eyes to your garden, this hosta features bright... green leaves with heavy snow-white variegation topped off by rich red petioles. Great in containers or any shady spot.... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $3.03 Per Plant - Add a burst of color and beauty to your landscape with a planting of this old-time fav...orite. Large, downward-facing blooms of lime green are heavily splashed with rich dark red and contain a huge red center.... read more

Springhill Nursery

A true focal point for your shade garden! This giant forms an impressive 4-5' tall and 8-9' wide mound of huge, deeply veined leav...es! Some leaves can measure 1 1/2' wide. Tall scapes produce brilliant lavender flowers that add a splash of color to an... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $1.39 Per Plant - Unrivaled in beauty and boasting a unique form that's sure to add pizzazz to your gard...en, this old-fashioned favorite is also known as "Turk's Cap Lily," with masses of brilliant red, nodding flowers on... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $1.30 Per Plant - Exotic blooms of angelic white are edged in soft pink and emit a heavenly perfume in t...he garden. A real showstopper that's easy to grow and comes back year after year. Wonderful in cut-flower bouquets. Item... read more

Springhill Nursery

A showstopper! Heart-shaped leaves of heavy substance are white with broad green margins. Lavender blooms appear in midsummer on 2...0" scapes. Grows 12-18" tall and 20-24" wide in full to partial shade. Long-lived, easy to care for and attractive from... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.68 Per Plant - Fill your summer garden with fragrance! Oriental Lily Mixture is a stunning combinatio...n of pink, white and yellow lilies that are perfect for creating bouquets and centerpieces full of fresh, delicate scent.... read more

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Lilies are one of the truly great garden plants. Their beauty, diversity, ease of care, exquisite fragrance, graceful stature, and... reliable disposition reflect the fruits of hundreds of years of selective breeding. Your garden should not be without... read more

There has never been a hardy iceplant like the Jewel of Desert series! A breeding breakthrough, these groundhugging plants are exc...eptionally drought-tolerant and sun-loving. Best of all, they bloom continuously from spring until frost! Jewel of Desert is NOT a rebloomer -- it's everblooming over 3 glorious seasons!In this economical collection, you get 2 plants each of the 3 magnificent Jewel of Desert colors. All are just 4 to 6 inches high, but spread 8 to 10 inches wide, sporting bright 2-inch, daisy-like flowers from mid-spring through mid-fall in zones 4-8. Here's more about each variety:Garnet - Deep red to pink petals with white and yellow centers.Topaz - PP#23,492. Bicolor dreamsicle blooms with orange outer edges and creamy white centers.Moonstone - PP#23,491. Iridescent white petals with a merry yellow-to-golden center. Pamper Jewel of Desert the first year, then let it go -- it will thrive in the poorest conditions provided it has nonstop sun and good soil drainage. Let it spread down a slope or bank, anchoring the soil in place to prevent erosion. Design a mass planting in the baking-hot bed beside the driveway, where heat rises from the pavement all summer long. Or fill in those bare areas where the hose doesn't quite reach! Jewel of Desert turns hardy iceplant from a groundcover primarily interesting for its succulent foliage into a bloom machine! Enjoy three seasons of color every year from this rough-and-tumble garden performer! Zones 4-8. Pack of 6. read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $3.44 Per Plant - Up to 40 rosy purple, recurved blooms appear on tall, 60-72" stems in mid to late summ...er. Plant en masse (at least 5 bulbs per planting) for a stunning display in a mid to late-summer garden. Additional... read more

The Atomic Ray Series is a selection of hybrid Speedwell bred by Jan Verschoor, a renowned plantsman in the Netherlands. Hybrids o...f the "spiked Speedwell," V. spicata, these plants were all chosen for exceptional form and color, then bred to be easy to grow and very low maintenance. These sun-loving perennials form compact, well-branched clumps and then grow upright in a disciplined manner, blooming like clockwork from the bottom of the raceme up to the top. The Atomic Ray mix includes seven colors: 'Amethyst', 'Hot Pink', 'Pinkish White', 'Pink', 'Red', 'Silvery Pink', and 'Sky'. The array of purple, pink, blue, white, and red blooms creates a whole composition in itself. Perfect for beds, borders, or meadow plantings, this Speedwell mix looks great as a mass effect--the more of it you plant, the better! And these hardy, long-lived perennials will keep coming back year after year to put on their impressive display. The blooms themselves are even long-lived! The flowering begins in early summer in most climates and continues for many weeks. Shear the plants in midsummer to encourage new basal growth and more flowers on through late summer. Veronica is a long-lasting cutflower as well as a garden and container standout, and these blooms contrast nicely with Roses, Peonies, Echinacea, Poppies, and other early summer bloomers.The long, sinuous bloom wands arise in great numbers all over plants, rising above the tidy leaves in rays of pink, blue, white, and red. This profusion of blooms will result in a butterfly haven! But don't worry--deer and other nibblers will leave these plants alone. These healthy hybrids also have good resistance to problems like powdery mildew and rust. Be sure to plant these Speedwells in full sun or only minor shade, as light is crucial to encouraging their best blooms. Use average, well-drained soil. Height: 16 to 20 inches. Spacing: 12 inches. Zones 3 to 9. Note: The Atomic Ray series is registered with the COPF, and unlicensed propagation is prohibited. read more

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There has never been a yellow Hosta quite like 'Dancing Queen,' and it will stand out in the shade garden like a shaft of sunshine... in a dark glen! This large, wide Hosta is exquisitely rippled and quilted, its outstanding foliage attention-getting in... read more

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'Wishing Well' is so richly textured, so intensely colored, that it leaves other blue-leaved Hostas in . . . well, in the shade! C...olorfast to ?rds day of sun, its large leaves and compact habit will wow you in border and container.Just under 2 feet... read more

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This hardworking shrub rose produces masses of deep pink, single flowers on a carefree plant. Totally resistant to blackspot, the ...bushy plant is well-behaved and performs exceptionally well, even in hot weather and humidity that would wilt lesser plants. The foliage is unusual too, a purplish-green that changes to rich burgundy in the fall. Knock Out® will fill your garden with continuous colour all season long, yet requires almost no maintenance. Create maximum impact with a mass planting, or use this outstanding shrub as a colourful border or along a walkway where its light tea rose fragrance can be fully appreciated. Rosa 'RADrazz' PP11836 read more

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Plant Patent #13,080.Eagerly anticipated, this sport of world-famous Hosta June exceeds its parent for color intensity and beauty!... Touch of Class is a magnificently thick-leaved, tricolored plant that keeps its cool blue tones right through summer... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $2.50 Per Plant - Also called "Plantain Lily" or "Heart Lily", Hostas come in a wide variety of shapes, ...hues and sizes, and are the perfect choice to provide a mass of bright, sparkling color to foundation plantings and shade... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $6.79 Per Plant - This compact Hosta features truly unique burgundy-red stems with beautiful variegated ...leaves. Raspberry Sundae produces deep lavender blooms that complement its attractive stems. Perfect to plant in a... read more

US Plant Patent Applied For. With deep purple-black foliage and light coral-pink blooms, 'Knight Rider' is a unique and distincti...ve Sedum. The unusual color combination is dazzling in any setting. 'Knight Rider' adds multi-season color to any bed or border. And, of course, this Stonecrop goes well in any rock garden, where the tall, black foliage really stands out next to shorter succulents, like Hens and Chicks or Iceplant. This variety is exceptionally tall and upright for a Sedum, growing up to 24 inches high and 18 inches wide. 'Knight Rider' holds its glossy black foliage on straight, sturdy stalks that will not flop or go prostrate. The stalks are clump-forming, and the succulent leaves are deciduous, changing color throughout the year before they shed at the end of the season. In late summer, large 5- to 7-inch flower heads are borne on striking purple stems that keep their color throughout the hottest weather. The long-lasting coral pink flowers open from bright red buds, providing a lovely contrast to the dark stems and foliage. Butterflies and other pollinators cannot resist them! The blooms make sturdy and enduring fresh or dried cut flowers, but if left on the plant, they'll provide much-needed interest all winter long. Plant 'Knight Rider' in full sun and average, well-drained soil.Once established, it is heat and drought-tolerant and rarely bothered by pests or diseases, making it a healthy and easy addition to any bed, border, or rock garden. Zones 4 to 9. read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.71 Per Plant - Wide, wavy leaves of bright green are edged in sunny yellow for a bright pop of color ...in shady corners of the garden or landscape. It's low-growing, mounded form makes the perfect backdrop for the tall stems... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $0.71 Per Plant - A shade garden favorite, this hosta variety features broad, ribbed foliage of dark gre...en variegated and edged in creamy white. Tall stems bearing fragrant, soft lavender blooms emerge late in the season for a... read more

Plant Patent Applied ForFor weeks and weeks every spring, this spreading, densely mounded plant covers itself in brilliant blue bl...ooms, each starred with a white center. The flowers are intensely colorful, standing out perfectly against bright green foliage with silvery highlights. Bred by the renowned Dr. Jim Ault at the Chicago Botanic Gardens, this hybrid of V. armena and V. pectinata 'Rosea' is better branched and quicker growing than either of its parents. You won't believe how quickly it takes off and makes itself at home in your sunny garden!Quite tolerant of adversity from rain and cold to heat, humidity, and drought, Tidal Pool is truly carefree on the garden floor, asking only for sunshine and good soil drainage. It reaches just 3 inches high, but quickly spreads 2˝ feet wide. A must-have! Zones 4-8. read more

Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: 'Armtipp02'Have you discovered the ease and pleasure of growing Turtlehead? A little-kno...wn American native perennial, it thrives in damp soils along the edges of ponds and creeks, as well as consistently moist spots in woodlands and meadows. Surely you have just the place for it in your garden or container?Tiny Tortuga (don't you love the name?!) is a dwarf Turtlehead, the offspring of a well-known variety called Hot Lips. Tiny Tortuga delights with rich, dark bronzy-burgundy leaves in spring, followed by dark pink blooms in mid and late summer, sometimes even extending into fall. In other words, from spring through summer there's something pretty to look at!And TIny Tortuga makes a big impression even in small spaces. The leaves (ranging from about 3 to 5 inches long) are nicely veined and pointed, their strong spring color lasting for many weeks before going green for the remainder of the season. The flowers are just 1 to 1˝ inches long and very bright. They may remind you of Snapdragons, with their 2-petaled structure. They call to mind a turtle's mouth -- hence the common name of this plant!Tiny Tortuga reaches just 14 to 16 inches high and not quite as wide, thriving in full sun in cool climates and partial shade in warmer ones. It appreciates deep, rich soil (its natural habitat is the nutrient-rich leaf mold of the forest floor or creek bank), but other than that needs no special care other than consistent moisture. Butterflies flock to Tiny Tortuga, while deer avoid nibbling on it. Remarkably pest-free, it has all the vigor and resilience you'd expect of a native plant. It spreads slowly over time, never invasively but willing to colonize into good-sized groups. Of course, it also fares quite happily in a container.This season, distinguish your garden from all others in the neighborhood by adding a hardy, long-lived, easy-to-grow native perennial that just happens to be a great conversation point as well! Tiny Tortuga awaits you! Zones 3-8. read more

At last, a Carolina Jessamine that will grow in the north! 'Margarita' extends the hardiness range of this indescribably fragrant ...vine all the way through zone 6 (and even into zone 5 with good winter protection), bringing the joy of evergreen foliage, abundant yellow blossoms, and easy-care habit to thousands of gardeners never before able to grow it!'Margarita' is a powerhouse of a vine, reaching 8 to 10 feet tall (or more!) and 5 feet wide, and blooming very, very heavily in late spring and early summer. No fragrance in the world equals the balmy, sweet scent of Jasmine, and 'Margarita' transforms your patio, arbor, or sunny garden into a tropical paradise with every breath you take!The blooms are wonderfully showy -- bright yellow, trumpet-shaped, and held in big 2- to 3-inch clusters that really stand out against glossy, deep green evergreen leaves. 'Margarita' can withstand a bit of shade without losing any bloom strength, so feel free to let it twine up open-habit shrubs and small trees. Its traditional spots include the mailbox post (gathering up those bills and advertising flyers was never so pleasant!), lamppost, and any and all trellises, arbors, and fences. Let it tumble over a wall to surprise passersby with its scent, or have it frame an entryway so that guests step into your home with a smile!In the perennial garden, 'Margarita' makes a fine backdrop to any late spring- or summer-flowering plant. I like it behind Hardy Geraniums and Daylilies, where it adds some much-needed fragrance to their colorful display! But it's right at home with annuals, too, from Petunia to Impatiens.Over time 'Margarita' will become top-heavy, so you might want to cut it back heavily right after it blooms (late summer or so) every 3 or 4 years. Beyond this, it needs no attention, tolerating heat, humidity, poor soil, and even drought (once established) in your garden! Deer and rabbits leave it alone, but nobody else will -- it's a star in any setting!Space plants about 5 feet apart for good solid coverage. Zones 6-9. read more

We are honored to bring you this remarkable cultivar of our native Kentucky Wisteria. Not only is it cold-hardy to -40 degrees F w...ith no loss of flowering ability, it also blooms 3 times each summer, assuring you of fragrant flowers for months. Vigorous, quick-growing, and tirelessly floriferous, this Wisteria is certain to become a classic for the American garden.The lilac-blue flowers are large, showy, and held in foot-long racemes like enormous clusters of grapes. The fragrance is sweet, intense, and very addictive -- be sure to plant 'Blue Moon' where it can share its scent with garden visitors and even indoors through open windows and doors! The first flush of bloom is in early summer, with a brief rest before the second and then third repeats. Imagine all the flowers you will have for vases as well as garden enjoyment!But its tremendous bloom strength is only one of 'Blue Moon's attributes. It's also fully hardy, not only able to withstand severe winters but to bloom unimpaired afterwards. Bred in Minnesota by Harvey and Brigitte Buchite, it has weathered -40 degrees F without damage. At last, a Wisteria that thrives even in the far north!'Blue Moon' is a vigorous, quick-growing vine, reaching 25 feet long within just a few years. It needs no pruning, and should only be trimmed back if necessary after the final flowering. Let it ramble across pergolas, over arches, and up trellises and other ultra-sturdy supports, dangling its huge blooms along the way. A fully blooming 'Blue Moon' is a breathtaking sight!Give this vine as much sunlight as possible for best flowering. It flourishes in moist, well-drained soil enriched with compost and other organics. Zones 4-9. read more

Transform the spring shade garden with this amazing new introduction from noted plantsman Dan Hinkley! Abundant tubular sapphire-b...lue blooms, subtly fragrant, hang suspended above large, finely cut, elegant blue-gray foliage. 'Blue Heron' reaches just 8 to 10 inches high and 10 to 12 inches wide, and flowers in mid to late spring. It may go dormant in summer, but will return for autumn, often reblooming in cool, short-season climates. Upright, mounded, and non-spreading, it is a glittering jewel for the garden! Unlike many Corydalis cultivars, 'Blue Heron' will not self-seed, so you don't have to worry about all those volunteers. It thrives best in a cool, shady garden spot with consistent levels of moisture. However, this slow-growing native of Sichuan, China, is quite at home in less than ideal conditions, and you will find it relatively low maintenance.'Blue Heron' is a lovely addition to the shade. Discover its beauty for yourself this season, and enjoy it for many years to come! Zones 6-9. read more

The old adage goes that if you can't grow Blue Plumbago, it's time to move to the city! And that's really no exaggeration -- this ...perennial is quick to spread and puts up with a lot of abuse, from dry soil to neglect. With a constitution like that, you'd expect it to look rather weedy and tough, yet it is as dainty as a violet and as bushy as a Vinca!The original late-bloomer, Plumbago makes a belated appearance in spring, after most of the garden is well under way. Quickly meandering over rocks and across troublesome bare spots, it begins blooming in late summer, just as the rest of the flower garden is calling it quits. The peacock-blue flowers are flattish and held wide open, just 3/4-inch across yet very prominent against the small, bright green leaves. As the weather cools, the foliage turns a rich mahogany, enhancing this plant's appeal.Only 8 to 12 inches high, it forms mats 12 to 18 inches across. Plumbago is superb for ground cover, edging, or underplanting shrubs. Or, if you have a fall perennial bed, by all means plant it in front of your pink Mums and red Asters! Dwarf Plumbago thrives in good soil or poor, in heat or cold, in sun or shade (partial shade is ideal). It does need good soil drainage and prefers dry to wet conditions, but these are its only requirements. Mulch lightly in winter in zones 5 and 6. Zones 5-9. read more

Just wait until you experience its quick spread, heavy bloom, and long season of color in your own sunny garden! If you're looking... for something bright to cover that poor, dry soil beside the driveway, in the sunny border, or along a slope where the hose can't reach, Fire Spinner® is EXACTLY what you need!This Hardy Iceplant is a marvel. it will spread up to about a foot and a half wide within just 2 seasons of growth. When not in bloom, the small, needle-like succulent foliage of brightest green reaches just 1 to 2 inches high. When the gorgeous multi-colored 1˝-inch flowers begin appearing, the height increases to just 4 inches! Yet this plant forms a dense, colorful mat that chokes out weeds and retains soil moisture beautifully.If you live in a hot, dry climate, or simply if watering is an issue over those long summer months, Fire Spinner® is the answer to your prayers. Pamper it the first season to get its root system well established, then turn it loose! Very resistant to heat, humidity, and drought -- and happy in poor, sandy, and infertile soils -- Fire Spinner® is unstoppable! (Looks fabulous spilling over the sides of a container, too!)This Delosperma was discovered growing at a high elevation in South Africa, and brought to this country by plant expert Panayoti Kelaidis of the Denver Botanic Garden. Hardy from one end of the country to the other, Fire Spinner® begins flowering in late spring in most climates, continuing through midsummer. Expect hundreds of bright orange and magenta blooms to cover your garden floor, each starred with a bright white eye!Left alone by deer, this groundcover does a great job on banks and slopes as well as level surfaces. It's your all-purpose problem-solver, asking only for full sunshine and good soil drainage. Give it a try this season, and dazzle your senses with its neon-bright color show! Zone 5-10. Note: Image courtesy of Plants Select. read more

Plant Patent Applied For. This variety of Astilbe arendsii grows about 30 inches tall and sets out hundreds of very fine magenta b...looms on well-branched flower stalks. The blooms come on in early- to midsummer, adding a gorgeous lavender/pink accent to any shady border or sheltered bed. The massed effect is stunning; use 'Nemo' as a groundcover in shady spots or as a cluster in the woodland garden. And of course the splendid foliage is a welcome addition to the vase. The fragrant blooms even make great dried flowers!Astilbe likes part shade, rich soil, and frequent watering (especially when blooming). 'Nemo' is no exception: give it part to full shade and even moisture to let these blooms reach their full glorious potential. Do your part, and 'Nemo' will reward you with years of reliable beauty--especially since it is pest-resistant! It is an excellent choice for borders that receive any exposure from dappled sunlight to nearly full shade. Long-lived and low maintenance, it is a perennial to be treasured in the shade! Zones 3 to 8. read more

Like the name says, this is one mighty false Spiraea. 'Mighty Pip' is exceptionally large, reaching up to 4 feet tall, and it also... quite hardy and robust: 'Mighty Pip' is both more cold tolerant (to zone 3) and more heat tolerant (to zone 8) than other Astilbe. It is also more tolerant of varying soil types, and particularly resistant to deer and other garden nibblers. The blooms come on in early- to midsummer, adding a gorgeous salmon pink accent to any shady border or sheltered bed. The massed effect is stunning; use clusters of 'Mighty Pip' to create a gorgeous effect in any woodland area. And of course the splendid foliage is a welcome addition to the vase. The fragrant blooms even make great dried flowers!Astilbe likes part shade, rich soil, and frequent watering (especially when blooming). 'Mighty Pip' is no exception: give it part to full shade and even moisture to let these blooms reach their full glorious potential. Do your part, and 'Mighty Pip' will reward you with years of reliable beauty--especially since it is deer- and pest-resistant! It is an excellent choice for borders that receive any exposure from dappled sunlight to nearly full shade. Long-lived and low maintenance, it is a perennial to be treasured in the shade! Zones 3 to 8. read more

Plant Patent #22,783Whitewater is a year-round delight in the garden. A white-flowered sport of the popular V. 'Waterperry Blue,' ...this divine groundcover covers itself in ˝-inch flowers in spring, with occasional latecomers appearing on wiry stems all the way to frost! A good filler plant that meanders gently around its neighbors without becoming invasive, Whitewater complements every other color in the garden.Forming a low, dense carpet of color, the foliage is dark green and very healthy, left alone by nibbling animals (even deer!) and free of diseases. It will turn rich shades of bronze and burgundy in winter, remaining evergreen in mild and warm climates. Showy even in the heart of January! Whitewater was introduced by Jim Watcher at Elite Growers of Illinois. We are proud to offer this unusual white-flowered selection, which reaches just 4 to 6 inches high but spreads up to 18 inches the very first season. Eventually extending to 2˝ feet wide, it offers excellent coverage for the sunny to lightly shaded garden. Zones 4-7. read more

Descended from the rare Japanese D. peregrina and the easy-care American D. formosa ssp. Oregana and D. eximia, this plant bears r...osy-pink, heart-shaped flowers very heavily in late spring and again in late summer, with occasional rebloom all summer long. It is a mainstay of the shade garden, adding bright color to the cool blues and greens of the shade.These nodding carmine-red blooms arise on 10- to 15-inch flowerstems that lean outwards from the center of the plant, creating an elegant effect. Very long-lasting, they are excellent as cutflowers as well as garden standouts. The ferny blue-green foliage forms the perfect base for the blooms, remaining dense and lush all summer in moist to slightly damp soil. (Too much dryness will cause the plant to go dormant in summer, though it will reappear next season.)'King of Hearts' reaches 6 to 8 inches high when not in bloom, with the flowerstems adding another 4 to 7 inches to its height. It spreads 15 to 18 inches wide. Plant 'King of Hearts' in part shade and rich, moist soil. Zones 4-9. read more

With foliage no more than 3 feet tall and plumes to only 5 or 6 feet, this rare, dwarf form of the classic Pampas Grass is suitabl...e for many situations, even small gardens. Flowering the first year after planting, its late summer plumes add distinction when used in the border or as an architectural accent, and make showy dried arrangements. Completely hardy to Long Island, 'Pumila' withstands heat and drought once established. Zones 6 (with protection) -10. read more

Plant Patent 18,234Ah, 'Ruby Tuesday' -- who can hang a name on her? Actually, gardeners can: she is the most floriferous Helenium... yet, with blooms of richest burgundy surrounding a high, rounded cone that changes from sulphur-yellow to deep mahogany as it matures! A reblooming wonder with ultra-sturdy stems for longer staying power after cutting, 'Ruby Tuesday' is a must-have for the sunny late-season garden.Bred by Petrus Damen of Holland (whom we have to thank for Helenium 'Double Trouble,' too!), 'Ruby Tuesday' is compact and upright, with a slightly spreading, very well-branched habit and good vigor. Just 20 to 30 inches high and about 12 to 15 inches wide, it occupies little garden space, but absolutely covers itself with 2-inch flowers over a long midsummer-through-early-fall season. The faster you cut or deadhead the blooms, the quicker new buds spring up. And because the plant is sterile, it concentrates all its energy on producing new flowers instead of setting seed.'Ruby Tuesday' is ideal for cutting because its blooms last a long, long time in the vase (2 weeks is typical). It was bred for stronger stems, and the power really shows! In the garden, the flowers last about 3 weeks, so you have a fully blooming plant for a period of several months just when the garden needs it most -- that late summer and early fall doldrum period when most other perennials are "in between"!Hummingbirds adore 'Ruby Tuesday,' and no matter how many flowers you cut, there should be plenty left on the plant for them to enjoy. After all, a mature 'Ruby Tuesday' will set about 180 blooms a season! Now THAT'S flower power! Zones 4-8. read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $2.81 Per Plant - Also called "Plantain Lily" or "Heart Lily", Hostas come in a wide variety of shapes, ...colors and sizes, and never fail to impress when added to foundation plantings and shade gardens. Abiqua Drinking Gourd... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $5.83 Per Plant - Hosta Lilies, or Plantain Lilies, are among the most popular perennial shade plants on... the market today. They brighten and beautify darkened corners and foundation plantings with ease. Spring Morning is a... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $5.13 Per Plant - Sometimes called "Plaintain Lily" or "Heart Lily", Hostas are among the most beloved s...hade plants you can grow. Empress Wu is an especially impressive variety with deep green foliage that grows up to 6' wide... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $4.06 Per Plant - Sometimes called "Plaintain Lily" or "Heart Lily", Hostas are among the most beloved s...hade plants you can grow. Blue Ivory is a newcomer to our line of Hosta Lilies and delivers a wealth of heart-shaped,... read more

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Buy Wholesale - As Low As $1.69 Per Plant - Hosta Lilies, otherwise known as "Plantain Lilies" or "Heart Lilies", are favorites of... gardeners who want to add bright, sparkling color and interest from early spring to late fall. Bressingham Blue is a... read more

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