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Japanese iris (Iris ensata or kaempferi) have the largest flowers of all irises, some being about 30cm across. They have been bred... for over 200 years in Japan and also during the last century in the USA. So today, there is a range of flower shapes and patterns, as well as a range of colours. The foliage is also an added benefit as it provides a vertical interest over a long period and is suited to both formal and informal settings. They are relatively easy to grow as long as you read more

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Peruvian Lily (Alstroemeria hybrida). Here is a mixture of sharp piercing colors quite different from the conventional pastels. Se...ven years of selection have brought us vivid colors such as burgundy, lemon, lime green, copper and cyclamen red. We've included white to further enhance the mixture. Hardy in zones 9-11. In other areas grow as a potted plant, outside in the summer and indoors during the winter. read more

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The deep purple-maroon blooms are so nearly black some consider this the long sought after "black iris". Adds a touch of mystery w...herever it is planted. Similar to Siberian Iris in form and habit, it grows best in constantly moist soil. Color is so unique it mixes well with other plants which bloom in early summer. Grows 16-20" tall Hardy in zones 4-9 Blooms early summer Deer resistant Space 8-10" apartProper name: Iris chrysographes read more

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Ligularia sibirica Common Name: Siberian Rocket Height: 5-6 ft. Color: Yellow Bloom Season: Mid-Summer Conditions: Full Sun Type: ...HP Hardiness Zone: 4-9 An outstanding variety of this handsome plant. Stout, black stems rise up to 6 feet covered with clear-yellow flowers. Very similar to the hybrid -'The Rocket'. Ligularia are big, bold plants that need constant moisture. They are great additions to bogs, seasonally flooded areas, woodland edge or reliably moist gardens. C read more

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Asclepias Tuberosa A touch of beauty not only from the orange-red blooms but from the monarch butterflies that seed this plant. Bu...tterfly flower graces a garden, border, or meadow, bringing pleasure to you each day. Excellent cut flower or container planting for the patio. Perennial Sun Days to Germination: 14-28 Blooms: Late Spring/Summer read more

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Indian Blue Hyacinth Camassia leichtinii coerulea.This late spring bloomer has vivid light blue, 1" star shaped flowers borne alon...g the top 8-12" of the stems which can reach almost 3'. Zone: 4-9. Sun/Shade read more

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This 2011 All-America Selections Winner features a vigorous, mounding habit that fills out baskets quickly - it also works well in... landscapes, colour bowls and planters. The earlyblooming and free-flowering plants have excellent overwintering ability, making them great multi-season performers across a wide range of climatic conditions. Shangri-La Marina is good for both late Autumn and early Spring programs. Hardy to -10 deg F. read more

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Very attractive to butterflies, bees and hummingbirds. When crushed, the foliage will release a spicy fragrance and the leaves can... be used to make a delightful herbal tea. A striking plant that shows off its flowers as rings of color for each stem. Its nectar attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Just the right height for a wide range of locations. Our Bee Balm will flower the second year with beautiful scarlet, pink, red and white blossoms. Height: 30" Days to Germinati read more

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The combination of attractive flowers, a long flowering season and versatility make the 'Pincushion Flower', Scabiosa a nice summe...r flowering plant for the garden. Their showy flowers, in addition to being attractive in the garden are also excellent for cutting, drying or pressing. The plant gets its name 'Pincushion Flower' because the stamens protrude from the center of the flower appearing like pins stuck in a cushion. A truly elegant border perennial with blooms in blue, mauve an read more

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These permanent heat and drought tolerant plants produce large 6 inch clusters of vibrant yellow flowers. They attract swarms of b...utterflies and are excellent for cutting. Grows to 3 feet tall and needs good drainage. A summer blooming perennial. Winter hardy to zone 3. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies as a nectar source. In addition, this plant serves as a food source for the larval stage of Monarch butterflies. Hardy in zones 3-9 Proper name: Asclepias tub read more

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Plant Bellis perennis in full sun to partial shade in well drained soil. Adapts to most soil types. Dislikes high temperatures. De...adhead spent flowers to prevent spread by seeds. Can be grown indoors in full sun as a flowering house plant. Type: Perennial Light: Sun/Part Shade Mature Height: 3-5" Blooms: April to September 100 Seeds, 125 mg read more

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Thrives in rich, moist soil or wet, sunny locations. 12" yellow spikes of flowers are set on 24-30" plants. Naturalizes well to pr...ovide June and July bloom. Excellent as a marginal plant for ponds. Perennial zones 5-8.Height: 24-30" read more

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A collection of extremely adaptable, drought-tolerant, hardy, and beautiful varieties for the waterwise gardener. It includes 20 a...nnuals and perennials with a range of bloom times from spring through fall. The palette of colors ranges from soft white to bright yellows to cool blues, and the textures are both delicate and bold. 'Xeriscape' (pronounced 'Zir-i-scape') means water-efficient landscaping. Although sometimes mispronounced 'zero-scape', it does not mean zero water use or read more

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DELPHINIUM: These spiked flowers originated in Europe and are found naturally in forest clearings. They're an old-fashioned favori...te. Gorgeous spikes come in jewel-like shades of blue, lavender and diamond-bright white, some with darker center spots. One of the highest quality Delphiniums from seed! Robust flower spikes become clothed in superb mid-rose, triple layered petals, known as duplex flowers, with white bees. Wonderful, adding height and colour to borders. Hardy read more

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PALACE PURPLE CORAL BELLS - Heuchera 1991 Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year. Clump-forming perennial features a mound ...(typically to 12" tall) of maple or ivy-like, long stemmed leaves (3-5" wide) which are an attractive deep purple above and beet red beneath. Pinkish white, bell-shaped flowers in open, airy panicles are borne on slender, wiry, dark red stems extending well above the mound of leaves typically to a height of 15-24" in late spring to early summer. Zone 3-10& read more

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Origin: USA: Tennessee and Maryland south to FloridaSpecial features: Plant forms a dense, bushy mass and has very interesting tur...tle head-shaped lilac-pink blossomsColour: Lilac-pinkNatural Flowering Period: July - OctoberHardiness Zones: 5 - 9Growth Habit: UprightHeight with Flower: 50 cm (20")Soil Requirement: Not severely dry soils, pH 5.8 - 6.8Location: Full sun or partial shade in hotter climatesUse: Plant along stream banks, the edge of woods or in the perennial garden Proper name read more

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Annual.(Perennial in USDA zones 7 or warmer, though often overwinters in other areas.) Imagine what a sight it was for early explo...rers and settlers when they first laid eyes on the California hillsides amassed with golden-orange flowers fluttering in the breeze. Drought tolerant, the state flower of California is an ideal plant for naturalized, wildflower areas. Deer resistant. read more

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Liriope, also commonly called border grass is not actually a grass but a member of the lily family, a fact that inspires another o...f its common names, lilyturf. The dark green, ribbonlike foliage grows in length from 10 to 18 in (25-46 cm) and then recurves toward the ground to form rounded clumps. As the clumps mature they merge into a continuous carpet that resembles a plot of shaggy lawn grass. In summer, spikes of small purple, violet or white flowers rise from the center of clump read more

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Dark green to bronze foliage followed in late summer through autumn by a glowing display of carmine red flowers. Semi-upright in h...abit, this is a good addition to the rock garden, as a border in hot, dry areas, and in containers. read more

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GAILLARDIA: From the early summer on, very showy banded flowers "blanket" this plant. The ends of the petals have a torn, ruffled ...appearance. Butterflies are drawn to it. New plantlets can be started by cutting straight down along the side of a clump in mid-summer. New plants will form at the severed roots. Completely carefree. Best in poor loose soils (no clay) with good drainage. Rich red flowers with yellow tips have red disk centers. Ideal for front borders an read more

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A flowering plant, and not a moss at all, but spreads slowly to form a dense, evergreen, moss-like carpet with dense, tiny feather...y leaves. Studded with a galaxy of white flowers for a short time in mid-summer. Tolerant of sandy or rocky soil, sun or part shade, but needs a steady moisture supply. Can make a fine ground cover or lawn substitute where conditions are suitable. Perfect for planting between stepping stones, in small crevices between rocks or pool-side. For sun to read more

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Large, rosy purple flowers surround an orange-brown central cone. Ideal for middle of the garden and for cutting. The long-lasting... blooms are freely produced from July to September. Needs full sun, prefers moist soil, but once established, is highly drought tolerant. Prefers the sun. The whole plant, including the roots, is the source of the sought after herb, Echinacea! Hardy in zones 3-10 Height: 36 inches Proper name: Echinacea purpurea 70 Seeds, 500 mg read more

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Corydalis lutea is one of the workhorses of the shady garden. In bloom from April through November, the delicate foliage and clust...ers of soft yellow flowers add a graceful touch to the garden. Selfseeds in a manageable way. One of my top ten perennials. This species of Corydalis (also called yellow fumitory or yellow corydalis) is a woodland perennial which typically forms a mound of ferny, medium green foliage to 15 inches tall and 18 inches wide and produces bright yellow, shor read more

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Very easy to grow and very easy to get to bloom. Fantastic markings on each petal gives the plant it's common name,"Guinea Hen Flo...wer". It is also known as the "Checkered Lily","Rattlesnake Lily", and "Snake's Head Lily." The proper name for this plant of many names is "Fritillaria meleagris." One of our favorites, checkered Lilies are winsome, charming, with bell-shaped blooms in shades of purple (and occasionally white) marked with a faint checkerboard pattern. Native to da read more

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The proud winner of just about every award going on both sides of the Atlantic. Shades of red, lemon, tangerine and pinkish make t...his variety a very real contender for the modern border. Hardy in zones 4-9. Grows 2-3 feet tall. read more

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Immense, graceful spikes bloom year after year to provide tall backgrounds and borders. Will bloom first year from seed! Blooms ea...rly summer until frost. Hardy perennial. Height: 5' Hardy in zones 3-7 Prefers sun. read more

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Sempervivum are succulent, rosette forming plants belonging to the Crassulaceae family. They are commonly known as Hens & Chic...ks, Houseleeks or Hen and Chickens. The main attraction of these plants is their colourful rosettes of leaves. These range from bright yellow, through various shades of green, grey, pink, purple, red, orange and brown, to almost black in some varieties. The leaves may be dull or glossy, or covered with soft down or longer hairs. Small silvery hairs are read more

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Perennial USDA zones 4-9. This native penstemon is really really red! Its bright red tubular flowers on 2'-3' stalks explode with ...color in early summer before many other plants start blooming. The plants are tolerant of heat and drought and thrive in a sunny border or low-maintenance wildflower garden or xeric garden. Planting this flower is like waving a red flag to hummingbirds to lure them in for a feast! Although it is such a striking ornamental, Native Americans found ma read more

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Superb in the border - reliable, long blooming flowers are produced from early summer into the fall. Just give them some sun and e...njoy the show. Coreopsis naturalize with ease and will attract lots of butterflies and birds to your garden. Cold hardy, floriferous and easy to grow. Coreopsis Lance Leaved (Coreopsis Lanceolata) The sunny blooms of Coreopsis accent a raised flower bed, border, naturalized area, bank, or container on your patio. The flower is 2" to 3" wide with 8 read more

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Erythronium grandiflorum. Common Name: Yellow Avalanche Pagoda Hardy Violet (Dog-toothed Violet). Height: 4-6 in. Color: Yellow. B...loom Season: Spring. Conditions: Partial Shade. Hardiness Zone: 3-9. A beautiful plant found in various parts of Europe. It has handsome oval leaves the golden-yellow Cyclamen-like flowers are borne on stems 4 to 6 inches high, and droop gracefully. It thrives in moist, sandy, or peaty soil. In sun or shade it is most valuable f read more

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A drought tolerant groundcover with small, succulent blue leaves reminiscent of the needles of a blue Spruce. Yellow flowers accen...t containers, rock and alpine gardens. Evergreen perennial. read more

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COREOPSIS: Superb in the border - reliable, long blooming flowers are produced from early summer into the fall. Just give them som...e sun and enjoy the show. Coreopsis naturalize with ease and will attract lots of butterflies and birds to your garden. Cold hardy, floriferous and easy to grow. Coreopsis Sunray (Coreopsis Grandiflora) An outstanding variety that blooms continuously all summer with large double golden-yellow flowers. Sunray is very showy, upright, and clump formin read more

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A very quick and easy plant to raise from seed in a beautiful mixture of hybrid colors. Wonderful as specimen plants or for coveri...ng large areas quickly and inexpensively. Grows 2-3 feet tall. Hardy in zones 5-9. Prefers full sun. read more

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Cultivar Description Golden Juno Iris (Iris bucharica) Iris bucharica belongs to the Juno group of irises and has small white erec...t petals and large golden yellow hanging outer petals. These types of irises look like immature corn plants until they blossom in the early Spring. Each will produce a bulb which produces five to seven blossoms with flowers appearing along the stalk as well as at the top. Height: 6", 15 cm Season: Early Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Shade Zone: 5-9 Fragrant read more

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Common Name: Blue Hosta. Color: Purple. Bloom Season: Summer. Conditions: Partial Shade/Full Shade. Hardiness Zone: 3-8. The "dark... purple (-flowered) hosta", was not named in Japan until 1937. Native to China and North Korea. One of the first hostas to be grown in Europe, being brought to England in 1790. Served as the classic watercolor model for hosta painting. Produces seed without actual fertilization. Dark green shiny leaves adorn this giant. read more

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PEONY: Peony plants bear an attractive, glossy green foliage that reaches 2'-3' in height with a similar spread. But their popular...ity is due mainly to their flowers. Peony plants bloom in late spring or early summer. There are peony plants that are indigenous to China, Europe and the Western U.S. The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it's no wonder they have long b read more

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Single and semi-double flowers in shades of pink, rose, red and white on strong stems in late spring and early summer. Feathery fo...liage. Excellent for cut flowers. Prefers sun. Perennial, Hardy in zones 5-9.Height: 24 inches.Proper name: Chrysanthemum coccineum read more

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Tricyrtis latifolia. Early Toad Lily. This species is native to China and Japan. The stems are upright and reach less than two fee...t high. Individual leaves are broadly ovate and may be 5 or 6 inches in length and light green in color with a sheen overlaying the heavily veined surface. Flowers are in cymes above the foliage, yellow in color with brown spots. This is the first toad lily to bloom in my garden each year. Count on the flowers during mid to late June, into read more

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PEONY: Peony plants bear an attractive, glossy green foliage that reaches 2'-3' in height with a similar spread. But their popular...ity is due mainly to their flowers. Peony plants bloom in late spring or early summer. There are peony plants that are indigenous to China, Europe and the Western U.S. The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it's no wonder why they have lo read more

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PEONY: Peony plants bear an attractive, glossy green foliage that reaches 2'-3' in height with a similar spread. But their popular...ity is due mainly to their flowers. Peony plants bloom in late spring or early summer. There are peony plants that are indigenous to China, Europe and the Western U.S. The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it's no wonder why they have lo read more

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The Coral Iris is native to Europe and North Africa and is unusual in that the orange fruit and the blue and white flowers are bot...h a desired ornamental trait. The flowers are followed by seed capsules that open to reveal the ornamental, orange seeds. The stems of seeds can be used in arrangements and. Grow the plant in partial shade in well-drained to dry soil. The leaves are dark green and evergreen. Hardy in zones 3-9. read more

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Our native "Chocolate Imperial Lily" is found on the west coast of B.C. in meadows that go dry in the summer. Deep purple, almost ...chocolate black-colored bell shaped flowers held on silvery green, wiry stalks bloom in early spring. Rare in cultivation. Common Name: Chocolate Checkered Lily.Scientific Name: Fritillaria lanceolata.Type: Perennial (zones 4-8). Month of bloom: March-April.Height: 16".Uses: Border/Specimen. read more

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PEONY: Peony plants bear an attractive, glossy green foliage that reaches 2'-3' in height with a similar spread. But their popular...ity is due mainly to their flowers. Peony plants bloom in late spring or early summer. There are peony plants that are indigenous to China, Europe and the Western U.S. The herbaceous peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it's no wonder why they have lo read more

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PEONY: Peony plants bear an attractive, glossy green foliage that reaches 2'-3' in height with a similar spread. But their popular...ity is due mainly to their flowers. Peony plants bloom in late spring or early summer. There are peony plants that are indigenous to China, Europe and the Western U.S. The herbaceous Peony has been cultivated in home gardens for over 600 years. Considering the beauty of the flower and the longevity of the plants, it's no wonder why they have lo read more

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PEONY: Peony plants bear an attractive, glossy green foliage that reaches 2'-3' in height with a similar spread. But their popular...ity is due mainly to their flowers. Peony plants bloom in late spring or early summer. There are peony plants that are indigenous to China, Europe and the Western U.S. This very rare variety can be distinguished from the more widespread P. officinalis by its cupped flowers . The species is heavily protected by law in its isolated sites in S read more

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