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A robust, disease-resistant addition to the garden, this carefree, reblooming Shrub Rose produces clusters of lovely, fragrant flo...wers over a long season. Each cupped, double bloom is crowded with petals the color of honeyed apricot with hints of yellow at the center. The blossoms arrive in flushes against a backdrop of healthy, dark green leaves on vigorous, bushy plants that grow up to 3′ tall. We enjoy growing these stunning plants in containers where they continue to blossom well into fall. Even the novice Rose grower will have success with this easy-care variety. 'HORCOGJIL' PP 27,541 Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called "Landscape Roses." In short, these are not your grandmother’s, or even your mother’s, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require 6 or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. For more information on Rose care, click Growing Guide. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:30-36" Height:30-36" Ships as:TWO QUART POT read more

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A dainty but durable Iris whose 2″ flowers have petals of the darkest blue, with falls artfully fretted with veins the color of th...e petals and separated by bands of sky blue that fade to white at the edges. The 30–36″ flower stems are exceptionally slender and upright, surprisingly strong, and each one bears three or more blooms. Since an established plant produces several stalks, the effect deserves the name. Foliage is a cool, bluish green, extremely fine and long lasting, performing the role of an ornamental Grass once bloom is past. Hard to find in the trade and much coveted by Siberian Iris aficionados. Although plants shipped are a good size, you may have to wait a year for full flower development. A fast multiplier. 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:15-18" Height:30-36" Ships as:ONE QUART POT read more

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In early summer, the dense mats of tiny, dark-green leaves are covered with small white blossoms on 3″ stems that the bees find ir...resistible. We find the contrast between foliage and flowers enchanting. Thyme is easy to grow and forms dense evergreen mats, blanketed in early summer with countless small flowers. It requires full sun and well-drained soil, and that is about all. Thyme is a perfect ground cover for hot, dry places and makes a delightful edging for an informal path. Because it tolerates foot traffic, it's also excellent for planting between stones in a dry-laid terrace or walk. For more information on the growing and care of Thyme, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July June Spacing:12-18" Height:3" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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The tall hybrid Delphiniums are the outstanding element of every well-bred garden and get most of the press accorded to this genus.... However, the sturdy and graceful species are equally charming, and a good deal more durable. Their colors are stunning and the period of bloom is long, in part because they produce secondary spikes in late summer and fall. Delphiniums require full sun and rich soil amended with lime. 'Bellamosum' is bright, deep blue, with 4′ stems.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:July June September Spacing:18-24" Height:4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. 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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Now small gardens can include a late-summer display of our native Joe Pye Weed. 'Baby Joe' bears the same ample lavender-rose flow...ers as its taller cousins, but on shorter stems that won't flop. A favorite of butterflies, but not of deer. PP 20,320 Eupatorium is a genus of about 40 species, most of them native to the eastern United States. They have long been grown where the garden meets the wild. Recent interest in native plants has encouraged the selection of more garden-worthy specimens and holds the promise of more to come. For more information, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:15-18" Height:30-48" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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”Flamboyant“ is the way hybridizer Roy Klehm described this beauty, one of the largest of the bomb-type Peonies. The lightly fragr...ant, soft pink blossoms of 'Whopper' are also remarkable for their lasting quality. Midseason. PP 4,234Peonies 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:36" Height:34-35" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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The flowers of 'White Beauty' are large for this group. They open creamy and mature to pure white with a red circle and creamy ant...hers inside. The leaves are attractively marbled with brown and white. Trout Lilies are easy to grow in partial shade especially at the feet of trees and shrubs, where the soil is rich and woodsy. Do not let them dry out in summer, or drown in winter, and you will be rewarded with graceful blooms in April and early May. For more information on the planting and care of Erythronium, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:April May Spacing:4-5" Height:8" Ships as:BULB read more

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This is one of the most beautiful and elegant of our native Ferns. The 12–20″ bright green, fingered fronds appear on shiny, blue-...black stems. A lovely companion for Hostas and Pulmonaria. Thrives in bright light, but no direct sun, and in well-drained organic soil, where it spreads slowly by creeping rhizomes. For more information on the growing and care of Ferns, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Height:12-20" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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Originally grown in Oklahoma, this outstanding variety has blue-violet, 9–20" cascading racemes that have the scent of grape jelly.... The really exciting part is that they reappear several times during the summer. A staff favorite. 'Betty Tam' PP 19,655 Wisteria is a genus of deciduous vines whose lovely, fragrant flowers and almost overwhelming vigor make them useful in a wide variety of settings. Plants grow rapidly to 30′ and completely bury any structure they are allowed to annex. This rampant growth is easily controlled (and flowering is encouraged) by regular pruning. Plants thrive in full sun (or partial shade in the South) and average soil. For more information about Wisteria, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June May Spacing:10' Height:30' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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Sparkling, creamy white petals with deep purple patches surround a honey-colored eye during the cooler days of early summer and fa...ll. Because the plants never set seed, they just keep on flowering. An easy-care variety that pairs well with purple Coneflowers. PP 23,035A genus of Daisy-like plants, Coreopsis is excellent for the border. Most species are native to the southeastern United States and Mexico. They are not the least fussy about soil but require full sun. Cut stems back after the first flush of flowers fade to promote a repeat bloom.For more information on Coreopsis care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June October September Spacing:24" Height:24-30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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A taller plant than its sibling Artist Purple, with sturdy stems that won't get beaten down by weather. They are excellent in gard...ens or bouquets, where their cloud-like clusters of purplish blue flowers weave companions together. There are perennials and even shrubs in the small genus Ageratum, native to the warm regions of North and South America. But most of us know Ageratum only as an annual for garden beds and containers. The soft, fuzzy-looking flowers range from shades of blue, purple, pink, to white and will attract butterflies all summer. Provide plants with a sunny areas and average soil that does not dry out. For more information on the growing and care of Ageratum, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,13S,13W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:10-12" Height:24-30" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This C. rosea hybrid delivers an abundant show of deep wine-red blooms all summer long. Plants grow quickly and the narrow foliage... shows excellent resistance to powdery mildew. During trials, 'Mercury Rising' proved hardy through many Zone 5 winters, but be aware that it requires excellent winter drainage. PP 24,689 A genus of Daisy-like plants, Coreopsis is excellent for the border. Most species are native to the southeastern United States and Mexico. They are not the least fussy about soil but require full sun. Cut stems back after the first flush of flowers fade to promote a repeat bloom. For more information on Coreopsis care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:24" Height:15-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Ground-hugging plants sport chubby green leaves etched in contrasting red margins. The flower buds are red and open to domes of ro...sy pink. PP 24,632 This large genus of fleshy-leaved plants is found in mountains throughout the Northern Hemisphere (a few of the 400 species live in the drier parts of South America). Sedum prefer well-drained soil with a pH close to neutral (7.0) and can thrive with just a modest level of nutrients. Some spread quickly and may become pests — we do not offer any of those. Many fascinating and colorful forms are invaluable for the rock garden. A few can be included in the perennial border. For more information on growing Sedum, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August September Spacing:15-18" Height:6" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Extravagantly wavy leaves with light green centers and pale golden margins add color and movement to your shade garden. Delicate l...avender flowers provide a graceful note in midsummer. A Proven Winners variety. PP 23,565 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 on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July Spacing:28-30" Height:24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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The large flowers have narrow amethyst segments with white lines in the center. 'Lilac Wonder' is one of the most free-flowering C...olchicums. Heirloom, pre-1926. It's hard to imagine fall without the magical appearance of Colchicums. Their bright, vase-shaped blooms rise without warning and glisten in the sharp light of autumn. In spring, a clump of broad, deer-proof leaves emerges, stays awhile, and vanishes by midsummer. We plant the bulbs in front of shrubs, among vigorous perennials, and at the grassy foot of a fence. Colchicums prefer well-drained soil that doesn't dry out in summer and they need shade where summers are hot. For more information on planting Colchicum, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:October September Spacing:10-12" Height:10-12" Ships as:BULB read more

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An Orienpet Lily with huge, 8″ flowers, intoxicatingly fragrant and borne on spires up to 2′ across for longer than you thought po...ssible. Winner of the North American Lily Society's popularity poll for 4 straight years. Stunningly beautiful Orienpet Lilies are hybrids between Oriental and Trumpet Lilies. We will continue to offer more varieties as they become available from Holland and the West Coast. Orienpets combine the best features of both groups of Lilies—fragrance, large flowers, and sturdy garden performance—but bloom about 2 weeks earlier than most Orientals. The advantage is an almost continuous sequence of Lily blooms, if you start with Asiatic varieties, then follow with Trumpets, Orienpets, and Orientals. Lilies are one of the truly great garden plants. Their beauty, diversity, extended season of bloom, exquisite fragrance, graceful stature, and reliable disposition reflect the fruits of hundreds of years of selective breeding. Your garden should not be without them, whether you manage acres of mixed borders or a few pots on a city balcony. Lilies prefer cool soil, which argues for shade at their feet from low-growing companions such as Ferns, Geraniums, or Hellebores. Plant Lilies in well-drained soil where they will receive 6–8 hours of sun a day. When cutting the flowers for bouquets, remove no more than ⅓ of the stem. This provides sufficient leaves on the remaining stem to renew the bulb for the coming year. For more information on the growing and care of Lilium, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July Spacing:12" Height:4-6' Ships as:BULB read more

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The flowers are wine red and irresistible to hummingbirds. Plants bloom long and hard and show excellent resistance to powdery mil...dew. A White Flower Farm introduction in 1992. 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:30-42" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This large-blossomed beauty was discovered by a gardener in Normandy, France, where her passion for growing Hellebores turned into... a full-fledged hybridization program. The plant's 3″ upfacing blooms are rich purple red, and are held above lush green foliage on tidy, clumping plants. Under greenhouse conditions at the nursery, many of these impressive blossoms exceeded 4″!  A magnificent addition to shade gardens. 'Lem 100' PP 25,646 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.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

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Tones of rose and apricot combine in this early blooming variety. The wide petals are edged in a filigree of gold and recurved to ...exhibit orange centers.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.For more information on growing Hemerocallis, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:18" Height:22-26" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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The fountain effect here is the spray of pale stamens arching from the center of this perennials 6″, semidouble, lilac-blue flower...s. Plants are compact and free-flowering with two distinct flushes of bloom, one in late spring and a second in late summer. Pruning group 2. Evipo038(N) PP 18,223 For beautiful colors, extravagance of blooms, and graceful habit, nothing compares with Clematis, the queen of flowering vines. These plants enrich a landscape whether twining on posts and fences, clambering through shrubs and trees, or following a wire frame in a border. Give them good soil, reasonable moisture, and shade at their roots. For more information on growing Clematis, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August June Spacing:3-5' Height:6' Ships as:ONE QUART POT read more

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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

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Looking for an impressive and unusual specimen? This tribute to the only female emperor in Chinese history certainly fits the bill.... One of the largest Hostas available, dark green 'Empress Wu' matures to a height of 4′ in about 5 years. Flower scapes with light lavender blooms stick their noses just above the foliage. A Proven Winners variety. PP 20,774 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 growing Hostas, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July Spacing:4' Height:3-4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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A mounding shrub that grows 3–5′ high with a wider spread. In July, it produces huge (8–12″) round heads of pure white blooms that... remain attractive into September and can be cut for fresh or dried arrangements.Its small scale and summer flowering make it a good choice for the mixed border. 'Annabelle' is most at home in partial shade and evenly moist but well-drained soil; she’ll grow in full sun if moisture is ample. Because she flowers heavily on the current season’s growth (“new wood”), most gardeners cut the stems to the ground in late winter. New shoots emerge from the base and bloom the same summer. Not a good choice for gardeners in the desert Southwest. Blooms on new wood.Hydrangea is a valuable genus of some 100 species of shrubs and vines grown for their large and very showy flower heads. Hydrangeas are at their best in summer and fall—a quiet time for most woody plants—and are worth having for that reason alone. For more information on Hydrangea care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:4-6' Height:3-5' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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The Ben Helianthemums are named after hills in Scotland. They stand out as some of the best varieties available. Colors are cheerf...ul and vibrant, and the plants are tough and drought resistant. The genus encompasses over 100 species of low-growing subshrubs. The garden varieties share a tendency to cover themselves with blooms for several weeks in late spring and early summer. Because plants demand full sun and excellent drainage, they are used in rock gardens, but they also make good candidates for lining a stone walkway. For more information on growing Helianthemum, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:July June May Spacing:10-12" Height:6-8" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Lovely, deep rosy pink blossoms that flower all season appear atop fast-growing, statuesque plants with improved disease resistanc...e. These heat tolerant beauties will stand out in large patio pots and garden beds where their vertical habit and nonstop color give them magnificent presence. A Proven Winners variety.For more information on growing Cannas, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:8,9,10,11,12,13,13S,13W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:18-24" Height:30-48" Ships as:ONE QUART POT read more

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A sweet perfume has been about the only desirable attribute missing from Coneflowers, and here it is! 'Fragrant Angel' boasts larg...e fragrant white flowers. The double rows of petals are held horizontally, making the show even better. The tall, vigorous plants are strongly branched and flower profusely all summer long. 'Fragrant Angel' makes a great cut flower, and is equally at home in formal borders or prairie plantings. A butterfly magnet, just like its cousins. PP 16,054 Echinacea, a North American genus in the Daisy family, has big, bright flowers that appear in late June and keep coming into September. Plants thrive in average soils or hot, dry conditions, shrug off cold, and are equally at home in full sun or partial shade. Blooms last well as cut or dried flowers, and the large cone at the heart of the flower head turns black as the seeds mature, adding further interest and providing nourishment for goldfinches. Coneflower, E. purpurea, is a rugged species that is native from Iowa and Ohio south to Louisiana and Georgia, and is a great garden plant everywhere in between. Please note: So plants may properly establish before winter, we recommend early fall planting of Echinacea in colder zones (Zones 5 and lower). For information on the growing and care of Echinacea, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:18-24" Height:40" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This remarkable introduction combines a dwarf growing habit with a longer bloom time. The bold orange and gold flowers have molass...es-colored cones that draw butterflies summer to fall. PP 24,460 Helenium is a large genus that is especially valuable because it delivers bold colors on sturdy plants that bloom in August and September, when few perennials are at their peak. Full sun and an organic-rich, well-drained soil are best; satisfy these requirements and plants will brighten a border, meadow, or wild garden effectively. Superb cut flowers. For more information on growing Helenium, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:18-24" Height:12-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Only just over a foot tall and filled with 3″ double pompom flowers, this breeding breakthrough fits snugly into smaller spaces an...d terrace containers. Its showy central cone, surrounded by pink ray petals, begins lime green and becomes bright pink, then golden as summer progresses. Well proportioned, with sturdy stems. PP 24,458 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:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:15-18" Height:12-18" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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This Hens-and-Chicks features medium-size, dark purple rosettes with a touch of green in the centers. 'Purple Passion' contrasts n...icely with other Sempervivums and low-growing Sedums, or grow as a specimen in a favorite container. The name of this genus was derived by Pliny from semper vivo and means, literally, live forever. Although each leaf rosette dies after flowering, there always seems to be an abundance of new offsets (the "chicks") to take its place. These fleshy, evergreen plants are invaluable, carefree elements for troughs, rock gardens, or wall crevices. They are content in average to poor soil as long as it is very well-drained and in full sun. It's hard to limit yourself to just one variety.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:8-12" Height:3-4" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Butterfly Deep Pink is an interspecific hybrid, a vigorous grower covered with graceful blooms until frost. It will brighten any s...hady bed, and its semitrailing form makes it an ideal candidate for baskets and window boxes. 'Butly Depink' PP 17,328 Impatiens is a wide-spread and sizable genus (more than 800 species) of annuals and perennials with juicy and almost succulent stems. They are found in tropical and warm regions of the world. You may know one of our native species of moist areas, the orange jewel weed (Impatiens capensis).Hardiness Zone:1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,13S,13W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:12-16" Height:6-10" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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A really exceptional garden plant that forms a neat little tuft and covers itself from July until frost with masses of dainty, dou...ble flowers of soft pink that closely resemble those of Baby's Breath, only on 8″ stems. It's a charming companion for Lavender and looks just right in a rock garden, in cracks in walks and walls, or in a handsome pot. The bright green foliage is evergreen where winters are not too harsh. Tunica wants full sun and excellent drainage. It struggles in the heat and humidity of the Deep South. For more information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July October September Spacing:8-12" Height:8" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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The word arachnoideum refers to spiders, which is how this "Hen and Chicks" got its name. It produces a soft covering of whitish h...airs that look like webbing (you may also find it sold under the name 'Cobweb'). The cute rosettes of blue-gray leaves are modest in size, growing ¾–1″ wide before sending up leafy stalks with rose-colored flowers in summer. This compact species makes an interesting feature in containers and adds contrast to a collection of other forms and colors. The name of this genus was derived by Pliny from semper vivo and means, literally, live forever. Although each leaf rosette dies after flowering, there always seems to be an abundance of new offsets (the "chicks") to take its place. These fleshy, evergreen plants are invaluable, carefree elements for troughs, rock gardens, or wall crevices. They are content in average to poor soil as long as it is very well-drained and in full sun. It's hard to limit yourself to just one variety.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:6-8" Height:1-2" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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Hay-scented Fern is a fast-growing deciduous native that forms colonies. It can become invasive but is extremely useful as a groun...d cover for sun or shade—just don't expect it to be a nice neighbor to choice little shade plants. Reserve Hay-scented Ferns (so called because the 36″ fronds do indeed smell of hay when bruised) for locations where you need to cover large expanses quickly and inexpensively with something deer resistant, attractive, and undemanding. For more information on the growing and care of Ferns, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Height:18" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
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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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This native Switch Grass variety, hybridized at the University of Connecticut, presents a season-long color parade as the blue-gre...en base foliage deepens gradually into wine-red shades. Ornamental seed heads stand out in the winter garden long after the first snowfall. Grasses, all from the family Poaceae, are as variable as people, and are widely used as foliage plants in successful gardens throughout the world. The value of these long-lived and low-maintenance perennials comes from the varied colors and textures of their foliage as well as their striking flower spikes. From earliest spring into the dead of winter, they offer an arresting display that complements flowering plants while making an elegant statement on their own. For more information on growing Ornamental Grasses, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August Spacing:24-30" Height:3-4' Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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Each soft yellow bloom of this comely Viola looks like it has been hand-painted with a lavender edge. The lightly scented flowers ...appear all summer, held well above clumps of bright green leaves. It's one of the prettiest Violets. 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 growing Violas, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:August July June May October September Spacing:8-10" Height:6-8" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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A riot of white flowers with pale green throats smother this alpine perennial starting in early spring. One of the Touran series o...f long-blooming ground covers, this diminutive spreader sparkles in rock gardens and containers, and when massed at the edges of borders.For information on growing and care, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,7S,7W Blooms In:April June May Spacing:10-12" Height:4-8" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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Lovely gray-green foliage provides just the right backdrop for these upturned pink blossoms that have golden centers surrounded by... red halos. Wonderful draping over a stone wall, tucked in the rock garden, or used as an edger.The genus encompasses over 100 species of low-growing evergreen or semi-evergreen subshrubs from both the Old World and the New. The garden varieties are hybrids of a few European species. All share a propensity to cover themselves with countless blooms for several weeks from late spring into summer. Because they demand full sun and excellent drainage and prefer a lean soil, Helianthemums are frequently used in rock gardens, but the combined appeal of their bright flowers and attractive foliage also makes them good candidates for edging a sunny, well-drained border or lining a stone walkway.Hardiness Zone:6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:July June May Spacing:12-15" Height:10-12" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$59.00

Few flowers can compare with the grace and beauty of the Siberian Iris. Their arching standards and undulating falls, carried on s...trong stems above grassy, blue-green leaves, flutter in the softest breeze like exotic seabirds playing the wind off an imaginary shore. What's more, no plants are more rugged and reliable. Given full sun or partial shade and average to damp soil, Siberian Iris form large clumps that bloom heavily after the first year. Because no garden should be without these beauties and no garden can have too many, we're offering 3 plants each of 4 different varieties—in purple, white, and two shades of blue—at an irresistible price. Cluster them together or sprinkle them through the perennial border. You can't go wrong. 12 plants. Each variety labeled. They will cover approximately 48 sq ft. Bareroot.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W Blooms In:June Spacing:18" Height:28-36" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

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Foliage so softly silver that it almost shimmers in the moonlight, releasing an intense fragrance as you brush against it. This un...ique English Lavender forms compact mounds perfectly sized for edging and containers; the deep purple flower spikes bloom a bit later than other varieties and continue through summer.Many gardeners grow Lavender for its fragrance, but the genus includes several excellent garden plants that should be more widely used for their midsummer beauty and resistance to deer, heat, and drought. The cool, gray-green foliage provides a perfect backdrop for the slender, arching flower stems. Some varieties are small, others tall, but they all prefer well-drained, sweet soil and full sun. Plant them in masses or as small hedges, and you'll find that they are attractive and useful long after the spent flowers have been clipped off.For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,7S,7W,8,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July September Spacing:8-12" Height:16-20" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Dark buds open to reveal double blossoms in reddish violet accented with white and deep gold, giving these flowers a distinctive f...orm. The sword-like foliage adds a strong vertical accent at the back of the border. 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:32-34" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
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Frosted leaves of chartreuse green create a neat, mounded habit for showcasing the spires of red hot blossoms in June. A study in ...contrast, it’s bound to add vibrancy to part-shade gardens. A Proven Winners variety. PPAF Heuchera is an American genus with lobed leaves and tiny, bell-shaped flowers on wand-like 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. Attractive to hummingbirds, 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 growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:4,5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:July June Spacing:18-20" Height:8-10" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
$22.00

There is no more dramatic way to set off a black Tulip than to pair it with white. We've combined the Single Late Tulip 'Queen of ...Night,' a dark maroon as close to black as a flower can get, with the quintessential white Lily-flowered Tulip, 'White Triumphator' in a marvelous mixture. In a light spring breeze, the Tulips sway like lovers at a formal ball. 25 bulbs cover 5 sq ft. Not labeled. Late bloom. Exclusive. The very name Tulip is magic, for everyone knows this fine genus. We call these gay flowers the “lipsticks of the garden” because they provide a finishing touch that brings spring borders to life. Plant Tulips in well-drained, good garden soil. Full sun is recommended (at least 6 hours or more). For more information on the growing and care of Tulips, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:3,4,5,6,7,8,8S,8W Blooms In:May Spacing:5-6" Height:20-22" Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
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An addition to the Knockout line of carefree Roses, Blushing Knockout is as gratifying and foolproof as its fellows. Individually,... the blossoms are modest, 3½″ rounds of light pink petals, but they are borne in such profusion from early summer through early fall that the impact is just what the name claims. As flowers mature, the color fades to shell pink, adding depth to the display. Use Blushing Knockout as an everblooming addition to a mixed border with perennials such as violet-blue Nepetas and Perovskia, fragrant Oriental Lilies, and low-growing Scabiosa. Own-root. ‘Radyod’ PP 14,700 Equally attractive from the gardener's perspective is this shrub Rose's self-reliant nature: it combines an exceptional resistance to blackspot and mildew (even in humid climates) with outstanding winter hardiness, and because the petals fall from the flowers as they fade, this Rose never needs deadheading. If, like many of us, you have banned Roses from your garden as troublesome plants, this is the shrub to make you reconsider. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:4' Height:3-4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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This demonstrative fall bloomer is a compact, mounding plant that erupts with small, Daisy-like flowers that add spectacular color... to your garden. Each deep lavender blossom is set off by a golden eye. Marvelous combined with Ornamental Grasses and Amsonia hubrechtii. PPAF We count Asters among the great garden plants, because many of them hold off blooming until late summer and fall, when most garden plants are spent. Plants grow and flower best in full sun and evenly moist soil; they do not like drought. For more information on the growing and care of Asters, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August September Spacing:24-30" Height:24-36" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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A White Flower Farm selection of a perennial Snapdragon, this 18-24″ tall plant has long spikes of lightly fragrant flowers that a...re raspberry pink on the outside with throats of white lightly brushed in yellow. The combination of colors is charming and should suggest neighbors. The show starts in June, going nonstop to the end of summer. Winner of the Mailorder Gardening Association's Green Thumb Award for 2002. Exclusive.A genus of about 40 species of which just one is commonly grown -- A. majus, the traditional Snapdragon, which is an annual for us. We were surprised to learn that other species, almost unknown in this country, not only are hardy but are also superb subjects for the garden. All thrive in full sun and well-drained soil.Hardiness Zone:6,7,8,8S,8W,9,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:15-18" Height:18-24" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

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Also known as Nectaroscordum siculum var. bulgaricum. These creamy, bell-shaped blooms tinged green and pink hang from baseball-si...zed flowerheads, and the gray-green leaves take on interesting spiral twists. The papery, tan seedpods turn upwards as they mature. Will self sow. For us, the bloom time of Allium bulgaricum overlaps with that of Tall Bearded Iris and Baptisia. The genus Allium (the Latin means "garlic") offers colorful, distinctive, and long-lasting forms that are standouts in the early-summer garden. Alliums are sun-lovers and prefer well-drained, even sandy, soil. Deer, mice, chipmunks, and related predators generally avoid this group, so you can plant with impunity. Tuck them among clumps of summer-flowering perennials where the Allium's withering foliage will be hidden by the expanding perennials. For more information on growing Allium, click Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,10,10S,10W Blooms In:June May Spacing:6-8" Height:2-3' Ships as:BULB read more

White Flower Farm
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A shorter, double-flowering variety packed with bright white petals surrounding golden centers. An excellent choice for the front ...of the border where a long season of bloom is required. PP 26,905Shasta Daisies (Leucanthemum) are the same plants known by many under the genus Chrysanthemum, but as longtime gardeners, we've become used to having plant names change. What hasn't changed is the plants themselves, which are some of the showiest and most reliable perennials for the summer garden. At peak bloom, they produce a mass of daisies so clean and bright they compete in brilliance with the sun. All they require is good, rich soil and lots of sun. When you want Daisies, this is where to look.For more information on growing and care, click on Growing Guide.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W Blooms In:August July June Spacing:24" Height:12-14" Ships as:1 PINT 28.86 CU IN. read more

White Flower Farm
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A century-and-a-half after its introduction, this fragrant double remains a standard by which all other white Peonies are judged. ...Strong stems give the blossoms an aristocratic bearing; a touch of yellow at the base of the dense, ruffled inner petals lights them up with a warm glow. 'Duchesse de Nemours' is a winner of an Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society. Early.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:32" Height:28-32" Ships as:BAREROOT read more

White Flower Farm
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Well-rounded, 3–4″ double blossoms in tones of apricot, orange, and yellow open to release their delicious perfume. Older flowers ...turn salmon pink, enhancing the season-long color show from this prolific Grandiflora. Vigorous plants with excellent disease resistance. Own-root. 'BAInce' PP 19,969 Roses offer colors, perfumes, forms, and habits to suit every garden situation. The tenacious efforts of breeders have yielded Roses with the best attributes of different varieties in new forms. Hybrid Teas, lovely as ever, now combine long bloom periods with the vigor to shrug off pests. Shrub Roses bloom for months, rather than weeks, in addition to their ever-appealing hardiness and longevity. A new group is so exceptionally long-blooming and carefree that they are simply called 'Landscape Roses.' In short, these are not your grandmother's, or even your mother's, finicky Roses. Simply choose according to your circumstances. Roses require six or more hours of direct sun per day and a fertile, reasonably moist soil. For more information on Rose care, click on Growing Guide. Tip: We use {item_link sku="58793" text="Organic Gem"} as a foliar feed on Rose bushes in our trial garden and find plants are healthier and perform better throughout the season.Hardiness Zone:5,6,7,8,9,9S,9W,10,10W Blooms In:August July June September Spacing:3' Height:2-4' Ships as:ONE GALLON POT read more

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