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A remarkable early bloomer that produces flowers with wide, overlapping petals in early June, then blooms intermittently all summe...r long and into fall. The flowers never set seed, which accounts for their unusually long bloom time. A very impressive introduction from Dr. Jim Ault at the Chicago Botanic Garden. PP 24,918 This important genus of valuable garden plants includes reliable and colorful species that bloom both early and late, in sun and shade, and in a range of rich colors that is equaled by few other genera. These glorious summer bloomers often have a spicy vanilla-clove perfume that is perfectly enchanting. We are, therefore, distressed to see Phlox falling out of favor for reasons that we suspect relate to problems with powdery mildew, which is much less common in modern varieties, or if plants are sited where there is good air movement and grown in soil that doesn't dry out. They can be backbone plants for any sunny border. Good companions include Shasta Daisies, Echinacea, Lilies, and ornamental Grasses. For more information on growing Phlox, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:15-18" Height:16" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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An heirloom named in honor of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, whose reign spanned both World War I and II. This semidouble Pe...ony is an all-around strong performer with fragrant, bright fuchsia blossoms that lighten at the edges. The look is exotic, and lovely. Midseason.There isn't a more rewarding garden flower than the herbaceous Peony, and a garden without these plants is a sorry thing indeed. Peony flowers range from exquisitely delicate (singles) to large and lush (doubles) and come in shades ranging from pure white to the deepest, darkest red. Peonies produce an extravagant display in early June, regardless of weather.Plants in the genus Paeonia generally like full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.Southerners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:30-32" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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This gem is a choice plant for the border's edge, rock gardens, and containers. The flowers are a rich purplish blue with white ed...ges and are shown to advantage by the lovely blue-green leaves. Delightful. Provide winter protection in Zones 5 or colder. Lacy greens and dancing, late-spring blooms characterize these lovely border plants. They make excellent cut flowers if picked when half open. Grow in full sun or partial shade (required in the South and in western Zones 9 and 10) and average garden soil. Propagation is by seed, so color, while quite reliable, cannot be guaranteed. Aquilegias struggle in the desert Southwest. For more information on the growing and care of Aquilegia, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June May Spacing:8-12" Height:10-14" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Chosen to honor the 75th anniversary of Presby Memorial Iris Gardens in Montclair, New Jersey, this reblooming Tall Bearded Iris i...s indeed special. 'Presby's Crown Jewel' carries 7–9 large, 6″ ruffled flowers of glistening white with dark, violet-blue edges (a pattern known as "plicata") on each stem. Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms. Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August.For information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18-24" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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The strappy leaves and spikes of lilac flowers are similar to those of Grape Hyacinths, but this Lilyturf is a good deal taller, a...nd it blooms enthusiastically in August and September. A drought-tolerant, creeping ground cover that’s perfect for planting under trees, along sidewalks, and at the edges of dry borders. The four species of Liriope (commonly called Lilyturf), all Asian natives, are evergreen perennials that spread to form deep carpets of grasslike leaves. Gardeners in colder climates tend to think of Lilyturf as a plant for the Deep South, but that is not accurate and has cost many of us the use of a most attractive ground cover. Plants here are happy in practically any light conditions, including dense shade, and will tolerate prolonged dry spells without a whimper (they require afternoon shade in the South and West and falter in desert regions). If the foliage looks tattered by winter's end, it can be mowed to the ground before new growth starts. For more information on growing Liriope, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,10,10S,10W Blooms In:August September Spacing:12-18" Height:8-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This neat dwarf grows less than a foot tall and is one of the most useful of all Astilbes because it blooms in late summer and is ...relatively tolerant of dry soils. It also creeps by underground stems, making it the best Astilbe for use as a ground cover. The flower spikes are lilac pink with a hint of violet as they open and will liven up the front of the border at a time when good pinks are scarce.Astilbe is a rugged and beautiful genus of shade lovers that throw colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, a time when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them to create a ground cover. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. The blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August Spacing:12-18" Height:10-12" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This selection's upward-facing, spurless, cerulean blue flowers appear on first-year plants and are sure to win your admiration. W...ith a shorter than typical stature and good branching habit, 'Diamonds Blue' is a great choice for the middle or front of perennial borders or in mixed container plantings. The tall hybrid Delphiniums are the outstanding elements of every well-bred garden. However, dwarf forms and the sturdy and graceful species are equally charming in their own way. Delphiniums require full sun and rich soil amended with lime. In the South, they are best planted in the fall and treated as cool-season annuals. For more information on growing Delphinium, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June Spacing:12" Height:16-24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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$54.00

Send winter on its way with the exquisite blooms of Hellebore, which appear in our garden as early as March. As spring takes hold,... they’ll be joined by the graceful, sweetly scented white blossoms of Narcissus 'Thalia' for a lovely and carefree collaboration. We include 3 Hellebore plants (our choice of variety) plus 12 bulbs of 'Thalia.' Labeled.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:April March May Spacing:12-18" Height:18" Ships as:BAREROOT OR POT GROWN read more

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This drop-dead red variety was found growing wild near the Blue Ridge Parkway by a Georgia plantsman who knew he had a good thing ...when his discovery proved all but impervious to powdery mildew. Large, showy flower heads and disease-resistant foliage ensure that 'Jacob Cline' is the standard red Monardas. This North American genus has several species, all of which share tartly fragrant foliage and the square stems that typify members of the Mint family. The late-summer flower heads are hemispheres of tubular blooms in brilliant colors. Plants thrive in full sun or partial shade and evenly moist soil. Under these conditions, they are vigorous to the point of invasiveness, perhaps past it. Hummingbirds are drawn to the flowers.  For more information on the growing and care of Monarda, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:15-18" Height:3-4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Like its cousins in the acclaimed Younique series, this elegantly proportioned variety produces an impressive number of plumes. Th...e dazzling white flower spikes release a subtle sweet fragrance, and are set off beautifully by shiny dark green leaves. Stunning planted with Hostas. ‘Verswhite’ PP 19,845Astilbe is a rugged and beautiful genus of shade lovers that throw colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, a time when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them to create a ground cover. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. The blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July Spacing:16-20" Height:16-20" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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Milkweed plant - The sunny yellow flower clusters of 'Hello Yellow' look smart in the mixed border but will live just as happily i...n your meadow among the butterflies. This upscale variety of a favorite American wildflower will thrive in all soils (except clay) and does not mind drought. Flower-arrangers covet the seedpods. Of the 200 species in the genus Asclepias, the best known are North American wildflowers. They have small, curiously shaped blooms that appear in dense clusters and are irresistible to butterflies.For information on growing Asclepias, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:15-18" Height:2-3' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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We love the snap of bright color Candy Store Phlox bring to the summer border. From the Netherlands, this hardy series was bred sp...ecifically for their compact habit, attractive leaf and flower coloration, and good disease resistance.Candy Store Bubblegum Pink is indeed hot pink, with white touches and darker centers. Upright flower clusters filled with fragrant blossoms stand on sturdy stems with clean leaves, thanks to strong mildew resistance. 'Ditomfra' PP 21,171Phlox is a genus best known for garden perennials, but it includes showy, long-blooming annuals worth growing. Newer varieties produce even more flowers and tolerate summer heat. Provide average, well-drained soil and fertilize regularly.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:12-18" Height:18-24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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You simply can’t lose with the delightful pale blue standards and deep blue falls of this Iris. Highly floriferous, this award win...ner produces several stems topped with large flowers in June, and again in late summer. Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms. Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. For spring-shipped potted Iris, plant the rhizome at the same soil level as in the pot. The top of the rhizome should be exposed, or just below the surface in hot summer climates. For fall-shipped bareroot Iris, plant the rhizome horizontally with the top exposed, or just below the surface of the soil in hotter climates. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August. For more information on growing Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18-24" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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Plants have dark purple stems with long-lasting flowers that open reddish purple and are set off by the lush, dark green leaves. P...P 11,965 These rugged and beautiful shade lovers throw long and colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them for ground cover. Bloom varies by variety from mid-June to the end of August; with careful selection, the display can be sustained through most of summer. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome—everything a good garden plant should be. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. Astilbe blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open. For more information on the growing and care of Astilbe, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July Spacing:12-18" Height:15-18" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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A lively combination of vibrant red-orange, coral, and pink petals surrounding a bronzy orange cone. The 3–4" fragrant flower head...s last up to two weeks and make excellent cut flowers. Rated among the top ten perennials in trials at the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. PP 23,172 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. Deer resistant. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:24-30" Height:20-28" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This seed strain offers a diverse color range, running from red and pink through apricot, chrome yellow, pale yellow, cream, beige..., and even a few pure whites. Plants are upright and sturdy, and bloom starts for us in early summer, persists into September. Lacy foliage of a cool green sets off this long-running display that can carry a border through the summer on its own. Also a fine match with Malva, Alcea, and a wide range of Daisies. A superb cut or dried flower and very hardy, to boot.These valuable garden plants from the North Temperate Zone are widely grown for the masses of flowers they bear throughout much of the summer. Their flattened flower heads introduce a fresh shape into the perennial border. Yarrows thrive in full sun and well-drained soil, and are drought tolerant. They flower from June to September. The best new varieties bloom longer and harder than their predecessors, making a good genus even more valuable. Yarrows also make excellent cut flowers for both fresh and dried arrangements.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:12-18" Height:24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Possibly the most important color break in Siberian Iris breeding. This Currier McEwen cross offers falls of bright butter yellow ...between neat white standards. The large, shapely flowers are carried on 28″ stems, and in our gardens we find that the colors blend superbly with every other Siberian Iris. 'Butter and Sugar' is an easy choice. Siberian Irises combine easy care with grace and beauty. Group them together or scatter them throughout a perennial border or foundation planting. Their flowers rise above sturdy stems and slender leaves, and feature intricate, arching standards and ruffled falls. They make stunning cut flowers. Iris breeders are dramatically changing the range of colors, heights, and bloom times available in this group. Siberian Iris often begin to flower in late May, but the peak of bloom here is in the first half of June. Their thick roots drive down deeply, which makes them drought resistant (though they also thrive in damp soil) and great plants for holding steep banks in place. Each clump becomes huge, and when a group of them grows together, weeds can't grow in between. After bloom, the grassy leaves stand erect and green through the growing season. Siberian Iris struggle in the desert Southwest. Irises are among the best known and best loved of garden plants. This huge genus contains upward of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. Their preferred habitats range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. For more information on growing Siberian Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:June Spacing:18-24" Height:28" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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A genus of about 30 species, mostly natives of the mountains of Europe, Asia, and North America. The leaves are kidney shaped, and... flowers are frothy clusters of greenish yellow that appear in early summer. A. mollis, the most widely grown of the genus, is available in an improved form that is neater and more upright than the species. The long-lasting blooms are a soft, sensuous shade that blends remarkably well with a range of colors. Lovely with hardy Geraniums, Japanese Iris of every hue, and Nepetas, and any of our summer-blooming Azaleas. It also looks sensational massed on its own, creating an effect that can be sunny or demure depending on the light and surroundings. Alchemilla mollis generally prefers partial shade, but will grow happily in full sun in the North provided the soil remains evenly moist. It labors in the heat and humidity of the South and the dry heat of the desert Southwest. For more information on the growing and care of Alchemilla, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:15-18" Height:18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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An award winner with large, 4½″ non-fading blossoms held on strong stems that don’t require staking. Perfect for the middle of bed...s and border, and for fresh-cut bouquets. PP 23,526 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear from late June until frost. Coneflowers thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions and shrug off cold. Blooms last well, cut or dried, and the seeds in the large cone at the heart of the flower head provide nourishment for birds. Coneflowers are equally at home in formal borders or cottage gardens. Deer resistant. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July October September Spacing:24-36" Height:36" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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The dreamy, silvery coral pink petals of this voluptuous double are irresistible. Strong stems and a lovely fragrance add to the p...erfection of this beauty. APS Gold Medal winner. Early to midseason.We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade. Bare root.There isn't a more rewarding garden flower than the herbaceous Peony, and a garden without these plants is a sorry thing indeed. Peony flowers range from exquisitely delicate singles to large and lush doubles, and come in shades ranging from pure white to the deepest, darkest red.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.For more information on growing Paeonia, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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$175.00

This rainbow of carefree color includes pink, purple, orange, yellow, and white Daylilies, 50 different named varieties (although ...plants are not labeled individually), selected by us from award-winning, reblooming, and fragrant varieties. These vigorous, hardy perennials will settle in quickly and prosper in average, well-drained soil with at least a half day of sun. The show runs from July into September with no effort on your part. Our collection is the easiest and most economical way to buy Daylilies in mixed colors. Each collection contains 50 different Daylilies, which will cover about 150 sq ft. A White Flower Farm Exclusive.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:18-24" Height:24-40" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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The vivid crimson flowers are borne on exceptionally strong stems. The show is glorious in the garden or in a vase. This old varie...ty has been around since 1940 and it's still widely considered the very best double red Peony. Pretenders to the title come and go, but 'Kansas' still reigns. Early. Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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Astounding double Delphiniums with a breeding program to match! In fields in Holland, the Sahin Seed Company has been growing and ...blooming 75,000 seedling Delphinium plants each year for 20 years. Their uniform, upright Centurion strain is the result. The flowers give a very full effect as they are closely packed all around the sturdy stems and open in succession right to the top. You'll love them as cut flowers. 'Centurion Gentian Blue' offers double flowers in dark gentian blue with a contrasting bee. For information on the growing and care of Delphinium, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June Spacing:15-18" Height:4-6' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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The sweetly scented flowers are white and creamy yellow with flecks of deep violet around the edges. No two are exactly alike, but... every one is irresistible. 'Rebecca' belongs to a group called Violettas, which offer a compact habit, a strong vanilla perfume, and flowers without lines at the base of the petals. They also like to bloom heavily all summer, and you can count on 'Rebecca' to delight your eyes and nose from spring till hard frost. Viola is a valuable genus composed of more than 400 species of perennials from the world's temperate regions. There has been much hybridizing among species, resulting in many gradations of flower form and hardiness. The varieties offered here are reliably perennial for us. They prosper in full sun or partial shade (partial shade is always best in the South and the warmest reaches of Zones 9 and 10 in the West). Violas want even moisture and will tolerate quite damp soil. For more information on the growing and care of Violas, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June May October September Spacing:10-15" Height:6-10" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Edge a border or line a path with this low-mounding award winner. It offers the same long season of lavender-blue blossoms as its ...parent ‘Walker’s Low,’ but on a plant that reaches just about 18” tall. Pollinators won’t leave it alone. ‘Novanepjun’ PP 23,074 Most Nepetas are thrifty plants that prosper in average, well-drained soils, and the majority offer deliciously fragrant, gray-green foliage and numerous spikes of small flowers, generally in the blue to purple range. They are durable, hardy, and pest free. Like Catnip, the best-known member of the genus, Nepetas may send felines into a frenzy. For more information on the growing and care of Nepeta, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:28-30" Height:18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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We love the snap of bright color Candy Store Phlox bring to the summer border. From the Netherlands, this hardy series was bred sp...ecifically for their compact habit, attractive leaf and flower coloration, and good disease resistance.Candy Store Grape Lollipop boasts plump flower heads filled with reddish purple blossoms with a flare of white circling their darker centers. This long-blooming, well-branched variety is a hummingbird pleaser. 'Ditomsur' PP 21,171Phlox is a genus best known for garden perennials, but it includes showy, long-blooming annuals worth growing. Newer varieties produce even more flowers and tolerate summer heat. Provide average, well-drained soil and fertilize regularly.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:12-18" Height:18-24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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'Stella de Oro' begins its display of golden yellow flowers in mid-June and keeps flowering at a steady pace until fall if the spe...nt blooms are removed. This means it throws lots of 24″ flower scapes practically all summer, making it the all-time blooming champion among Daylilies. Use it in borders or in containers on a patio or deck, or make a Daylily border just of 'Stella.' For sheer volume of blooms, she can't be beat. Winner of the Stout Silver Medal from American Hemerocallis Society in 1985. Daylilies (properly, Hemerocallis) are the plants every gardener dreams of. They offer glorious flowers in every shade except blue, a long season of bloom (though individual flowers last but a day), and a robust disposition that makes them easy to transplant, easy to maintain, quick to multiply, and resistant to pests. They make a carefree and colorful ground cover. We ship large, field-grown plants that usually bloom the first year. They will outperform lesser grades offered elsewhere. Except as noted, all are dormant varieties, meaning they are deciduous.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:15-18" Height:24" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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A Tall Bearded Iris with spanking white, ruffle-edged blooms that are etched in lilac like an antique quilt. In addition to unusua...l color and fragrance, 'Hemstitched' inherited the reblooming habit of its notable parent, 'Earl of Essex'.Iris are among the best-known and best-loved garden plants. Say the word, Iris, and visions of brilliant June flowers come to mind. This huge genus contains upwards of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant. Tall Bearded Iris we offer in fall only. The chosen habitats of Iris range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success.Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms.Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18-24" Height:32" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

Tall Bearded Iris 'Secret Rites' was given an American Iris Society Honorable Mention in 2007 and is a perfect selection for the b...ack of a perennial or mixed border. Its pale gray-green standards, overlaid with purplish violet in the center and a chartreuse frill at the edges, rise in a dramatic flourish above the broad, ruffled falls of bright chartreuse-yellow and citron that are marked with a strong yellow beard. The effect of this combination -- luminous and perhaps even a bit mysterious -- is enhanced by the blooms' delicate perfume.Iris are among the best-known and best-loved garden plants. Say the word, Iris, and visions of brilliant June flowers come to mind. This huge genus contains upwards of 200 species, which range from timid and inconspicuous wildlings to the splendid and extravagant Tall Bearded Iris. The chosen habitats of Iris range from standing water to formal borders, and there is scarcely a shade or combination of colors that can't be found. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. For information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June Spacing:18" Height:40" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

A fragrant reblooming variety, the attraction is obvious when plants are covered in a multitude of these elegantly ruffled, very p...ink blossoms. It combines readily with almost any color, but is especially fabulous with the deep blues of Delphinium.Reblooming varieties have been bred to produce bloom stalks more than once a year, first in spring and then again in late summer or fall. Although they have a tendency to rebloom, they are not guaranteed to bloom a second time. Repeat bloom is dependent on many things, including geographic location and growing conditions. But it’s definitely worth trying these varieties for a chance at a second round of stunning blooms.Iris is a large genus with upwards of 200 species, which range from inconspicuous wildlings to the extravagant Tall Bearded Iris, which we offer in fall only. Plenty of sun and well-drained soil with a pH near neutral are the primary requirements for their success. Bearded Iris are best planted in the fall because they go dormant in June and are harvested in August.For information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August June September Spacing:18-24" Height:30" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

Like others in the Younique series, this variety seems undaunted by wind and rain. It has a higher count of fragrant, densely pack...ed flower spires, and quickly forms a compact mound of ferny foliage. 'Verssilverypink' PP 20,656Astilbe is a rugged and beautiful genus of shade lovers that throw colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, a time when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them to create a ground cover. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. The blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open.For more information on growing Astilbe, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July Spacing:15-18" Height:16-20" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

Glossy purple leaves with ruffled edges and dark veining add vivid color over four seasons. Rosy-purple flowers appear on short sp...ikes in summer. These tidy, mounding plants are ideal for edging beds and rock gardens, and adding a punch of color to container plantings. A top performer in trials across the country. PPAF Heuchera is an American genus with lobed leaves and tiny, bell-shaped flowers on wandlike stems. Determined breeders have turned these perennials into some of the most attractive foliage plants for northern gardens. Heucheras make themselves at home in moist but well-drained, organic-enriched soils. They are attractive to hummingbirds and rarely troubled by deer. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Heuchera in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For more information on the growing and care of Heuchera, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June May September Spacing:16-20" Height:8-12" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$17.95

Named Hosta of the Year for 2010 by the American Hosta Growers Association, 'First Frost' comes highly recommended. This medium-si...ze Hosta spreads to 3′ wide and has blue leaves with good substance and creamy yellow borders that age to white in partial shade. The light lavender flowers appear in midsummer on 24″ stalks. This sport of 'Halcyon' keeps its good looks all season. This genus of shade lovers has 70 species, all of them from China and Japan, and hybridizers have produced hundreds of exciting crosses. Hostas have many handsome leaf colorations and lavender or white Lily-like flowers on graceful stalks. Plants prefer a moist location, but we've had a mass planting thrive for more than 30 years under a row of Sugar Maples. (In the South and West, evenly moist soil is required.) Because Hostas are grown primarily for their foliage, we give the height of the leaves, not the flowers. For more information on the growing and care of Hosta, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July Spacing:24-30" Height:16" Ships as:ONE QUART POT read more

White Flower Farm
$89.00

Plenty of large 6” semidouble to double, purple-pink blossoms with an ivory blush adorn this floriferous Intersectional variety. S...turdy stems hold the blooms upright so you can better appreciate their beauty. The blossoms’ intense color will soften slightly with age. Its deep green, disease-resistant foliage looks great all season long.Hybrids between Tree Peonies and herbaceous Peonies, known as Intersectional or Itoh Peonies, are superb, long-lived plants with the large, exotic blooms and refined foliage of Tree Peonies, but with stems that die back to the ground in fall like herbaceous Peonies. Making crosses between these two groups was a horticultural feat that proved remarkably difficult to accomplish. The quest for this elusive marvel began in Japan in the late 1940s with Mr. Toichi Itoh, and was picked up by American breeders. Don Hollingsworth introduced 'Garden Treasure' and 'Border Charm' in 1984. Rodger Anderson, an amateur breeder in Wisconsin, spent 12 patient years carrying out crosses, finally hitting the jackpot with yellow 'Bartzella', registered in 1986. Since then, other beautiful colors have been developed, but only a few have made it into commerce.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:June May Spacing:30-36" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$12.95

This carefree variety boasts rich crystal blue flowers that appear early in spring. It’s a marvelous color that will light up your... shade garden in spring and ask little in return. For more information on the growing and care of Phlox, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:April June May Spacing:12-18" Height:15" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$17.95

Attracting the attention of both judges and audience at the Chelsea Flower Show in England, this award winner bears lovely, pure w...hite flowers with lavender blue on the backs of the outer petals. As a result, you are treated morning and evening to nodding, half-closed bicolor blooms. Selected from seedlings with a few different parents of early- and late-blooming varieties, Wild Swan offers a long season of bloom. 'Macane001' PP 23,132It's hard to orchestrate a proper beginning or finish to the growing season without including Anemones in your plan. Blooms are either pink or white, with a bright ring of golden stamens in the center, and both single and semidouble varieties are available. The foliage is generally a deep green that is pleasing to look at all summer and rarely bothered by pests or disease. Anemones thrive in full sun or partial shade (required in the South and the warmer areas of Zones 9 and 10 in the West) and deep, rich, moist soil. Once established (which may take a year or two), they will fill in any available space, though these plants are far too charming to be called invasive.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July June October September Spacing:18-24" Height:16-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$52.00

Each year, the American Hosta Grower's Association and the American Hosta Society award outstanding plants across the country with... recognition awards for their outstanding foliage and garden performance. We’ve gathered 3 award winners from our list of favorites that are appreciated as much today as they were in the years they received their awards. Our trio includes 1 each of ‘Liberty’ (AHGA Hosta of the Year, 2012), ‘Abiqua Drinking Gourd’ (AHS awards, 1996), and ‘First Frost’ (AHGA Hosta of the Year, 2010). This genus of shade lovers has 70 species, all of them from China and Japan, and hybridizers have produced hundreds of exciting crosses. Hostas have many handsome leaf colorations and lavender or white Lily-like flowers on graceful stalks. Plants prefer a moist location, but we've had a mass planting thrive for more than 30 years under a row of Sugar Maples. (In the South and West, evenly moist soil is required.) Because Hostas are grown primarily for their foliage, we give the height of the leaves, not the flowers. For more information on the growing and care of Hosta, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July Spacing:24-30" Height:16-36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$22.95

Burgundy buds open to out-facing, saucer-shaped blossoms of palest pink that mature to deep rose, creating patterns of color above... lustrous, silver-veined foliage. Dark red stems enhance the overall effect. Propagated vegetatively to guarantee uniform plants. 'COSEH 710' PP 21,063 These aristocrats of the woodland garden are native to Europe and western Asia. The genus Helleborus contains about 20 species of perennials that bloom in early winter in mild climates and in late winter or early spring where the soil freezes hard, which makes them either the last or the first flowers in the garden. They require a moist but well-drained site under the shade of trees. Take care to amend the soil with plenty of organic matter, such as well-aged leaf mold and compost. You'll be rewarded with long-lived, deer- and vole-resistant plants that will spread nicely on their own. For more information on the growing and care of Hellebores, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:April March Spacing:12-18" Height:12-15" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$14.25

One of the Dutch Irises, 'Apollo' has robust stems carrying unusually large blooms, to 6″ across. The white standards have a milky... blue cast, set off by yellow falls with buttercup blotches. PP 4,279 These colorful hybrids make impressive clumps among perennials in the middle of the border. Give them an open, sunny site and forget about watering in summer—they would be happier on the dry side. They grow best in well-drained soil that has a pH close to neutral. Dutch Iris are beautiful with Roses, Peonies, Oriental Poppies, Alliums, and Foxgloves, and are valued for their long life in a vase. You may have noticed them at your local florist shop or cut-flower market. For information on the growing and care of Dutch Iris, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:June May Spacing:4-6" Height:26-30" Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
$20.95

Brand new and not to be missed, this lustrous double is indeed a tower of pure white petals, rising above good, dark green foliage... that is so important after the big show has passed. 'White Towers' has delightful fragrance, too. A great choice for a Moon Garden. Midseason.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade. Please note: Our Peonies are shipped for fall planting.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$14.95

We love the snap of bright color Candy Store Phlox bring to the summer border. From the Netherlands, this hardy series was bred sp...ecifically for their compact habit, attractive leaf and flower coloration, and good disease resistance.Candy Store Cotton Candy is a luscious combination of soft lavender-pink blossoms with deep pink centers. The compact, upright plants have dark purplish stems and leaves for added interest, plus great mildew resistance and a sweet scent. 'Ditomfav' PP 21,369Phlox is a genus best known for garden perennials, but it includes showy, long-blooming annuals worth growing. Newer varieties produce even more flowers and tolerate summer heat. Provide average, well-drained soil and fertilize regularly.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:12-18" Height:18-24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$10.95

A clear, light rose color is this variety's outstanding characteristic. Spikes are heavy with flowers beginning in late June, when... color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them for ground cover. Astilbes are rugged and beautiful shade lovers that throw long and colorful spikes above divided foliage in summer, a time when color in the shade garden is hard to come by. Use them in groups in the woodland border, or mass them to create a ground cover. Bloom varies by variety from mid-June to the end of August; with careful selection, the display can be sustained through most of summer. In evenly moist or wet soil, Astilbes are tough, pest-free, and handsome—everything a good garden plant should be. The only thing they cannot endure is drought. Astilbe blooms are useful for cutting if they are picked when half open. For more information on the growing and care of Astilbe, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July June Spacing:12-18" Height:24-28" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$17.95

A lustrous beauty that bears large, fully double, deep rosy pink blooms. Plants are disease resistant with beautiful, dark green l...eaves and stems so strong they rarely need staking. This showy variety honors three children in a renowned Dutch grower's family (Jacobus, Cornelis, and Maria). Late. Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3-5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.>P Please note: Our Peonies are shipped for fall planting.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:34" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$11.95

A delightful variety with attractive silver-gray foliage, edged greenish gray, that looks fresh most of the summer. White flowers ...in June and July bring out the silvery sheen of the leaves. It’s a cool, quiet look just right for a hot day. 'White Nancy' will blend with any neighbor, whether it’s covering the feet of foundation plantings on the shady side of a house, or joining Ferns along a woodland path.Most of the 40-odd species of Lamium are rampant-growing plants from Asia and Europe. All tolerate poor soils and a range of light conditions. The few ornamental varieties have the great value of being lovely ground covers that prosper in dry shade.For more information on growing Lamium, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July June Spacing:12-18" Height:12" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$15.95

This award winner is the longest-blooming and most prolific blue-flowered Geranium in our garden. Flowers continue through the hea...t of midsummer, and the deeply cut leaves remain lovely, on plants that are spreading but not sprawling. PP 12,175. This is the true Geranium, not to be confused with the annual Pelargonium one sees everywhere in summer. Perennial Geraniums are lovely plants that grow in full sun or partial shade (required in the South and in the warmer areas of western Zones 9 and 10) and need soils with good drainage. For information on the growing and care of Geranium, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:12-15" Height:18-20" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$29.95

Fragrant, pure white double flowers measuring up to 8″ across have golden stamens hidden in their deep, bowl-shaped blooms. Glorio...us in bouquets, 'Bowl of Cream' is a Gold Medal winner hybridized by Roy Klehm in 1963. Midseason.Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud.We ship large roots with 3—5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade.For more information on growing Peonies, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:24-30" Height:31" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$12.95

Everyone knows and loves the Asters that bloom in fall, but there are as well a handful of summer bloomers that are valued for the...ir bright blue flowers and their exceptionally long bloom time. The best of them is A. x frikartii 'Monch.' Its graceful 2-3′ stems bear masses of 2½″ flowers all summer, in an extraordinary shade of lavender blue. An outstanding middle of the border plant with Achillea, Alchemilla, Alstroemeria, Antirrhinum, and Astrantia. 'Monch' flowers best in full sun and evenly moist but well-drained soil. Best treated as an annual in the Deep South. We count Asters among the great garden plants, because many of them bloom gloriously in late summer and fall when most garden plants are spent. There are many species, all of them having the classic Daisy form (outer ray flowers surrounding a central disk). They offer a range of rich colors, often with exceptionally handsome dark green foliage, easy dispositions, hardiness, and a ton of flowers at a time when color is at a premium. In addition, some Asters are among the longest-blooming plants known, the finest attribute a plant can have. Asters need full sun and reliable moisture, and often perform best if pinched in midsummer, which discipline produces a super-abundance of bloom on a plant precisely the size you want. For more information on the growing and care of Asters, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August September Spacing:18" Height:2-3' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$13.95

Milkweed plant - A genuine star whose unusually dense clusters of pale pink flowers open from dark pink buds. The vanilla-scented ...flowers last well in water and attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Plants are deer resistant and heat tolerant, too. Of the 200 species in the genus Asclepias, the best known are North American wildflowers. They have small, curiously shaped blooms that appear in dense clusters and are irresistible to butterflies.  For more information on the growing and care of Asclepias, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:24-30" Height:3-5' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$25.95

Yes, the double, pink flowers are large (to 7″ across) and noticeable from a distance, but we also value them for their soft Rose ...scent at the tail end of the season. 'Dinner Plate' is a strong growing variety with sturdy, long stems, perfect for the cutting garden. Dates to 1968. Late. Peonies produce their extravagant display in early June every year, regardless of weather, because they are among the most durable and longest-lived plants. They have no natural enemies, no exacting cultural requirements beyond full sun and neutral to slightly sweet soil, and they shrug off cold. After bloom is complete, you are left with a handsome mound of glossy, deep green foliage that will happily anchor the next sequence of bloom in the neighborhood. Finally, Peonies make superior cut flowers, lasting more than a week if cut in full bud. We ship large roots with 3–5 eyes that are fresh from the growing fields. While a newly planted Peony seldom makes a first-class show in its first season, these vigorous plants will reach the top of their form in their second or third year. Southern gardeners should seek out our early bloomers and provide afternoon shade. Please note: Our Peonies are shipped for fall planting.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W Blooms In:June Spacing:30" Height:33-36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
$28.95

The lacy 30–36″ fronds of this deciduous native species unfurl pale green and turn darker as the season progresses. Equally happy ...in full sun or shade and not fussy about soil conditions, though it draws the line at swamps and deserts. Makes a superb companion for Oriental Lilies. For more information on the growing and care of Ferns, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Height:30-36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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