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Three varieties for northern areas. This collection offers three northern highbush blueberries: Patriot, Spartan and Jersey. These... are high-chill requirement varieties widely planted throughout the northern US and southern Canada. We have selected three that will produce continuously over a 90-day period. Northern highbush varieties need 800 chilling hours for good fruit set. "Chill requirement" refers to the accumulated hours of temperatures a plant experiences between freezing and 45 F that is required to break dormancy. read more

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Excellent, delightfully intense flavor and unusual color. These berries are a visual treat?deeply blushed, golden champagne and di...stinctively cone shape. Plants are very productive and give two harvests in one season (hence the "double" in its name) with fruit produced the first fall and a second crop produced on the same canes the following summer. The excellent flavor, unusual color and pleasing conical shape make Double Gold a jewel in your garden. read more

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Standard raspberry for fall bearing with great color, flavor, firmness and freezing quality. Luscious flavor and heavy yields of j...uicy, sweet, red fruits. Space 3' apart in rows 6' apart. Plants produce berries on old canes in early summer and on new canes from August to frost. Vigorous and hardy. Self-pollinating. Grows best in full sun. We ship bare root plants. read more

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Fall bearing with fantastic flavor. Expect bountiful harvests of dark, shiny berries in the fall. Fruits are medium-large, conical... with excellent flavor. Plants tend to be compact with dark purple canes that are attractive in container and small garden plots. A new selection that deserves a special spot in edible landscapes. read more

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Standard, black raspberry. Ideal for canning or making jams and preserves. Vigorous, upright plants produce large, firm berries wi...th rich raspberry flavor. The fruits ripen from red to black in early to midsummer, and the crops are plentiful. It is reliable, hardy, and withstands cold winters well. read more

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Thornless plants produce extremely heavy yields. Berry early, berry productive. This, the earliest thornless fall-fruiting red ras...pberry, is a super yielder. Joan J's easy-picking, large, firm berries are exceptionally delicious. Best to mow off spring canes to increase fall harvest. read more

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The world's largest blueberry. Chandler is a favorite in the home garden and is famous for having the world's largest blueberries.... It is late ripening and has an extended harvest period. read more

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High-yielding, super hot pepper with a multitude of uses. The famously hot and pungent pepper takes its name from a river in Guyan...a. We like to think the name derives from locals fleeing to the river for relief, their mouths scorched by the incendiary pepper. Most often dried, Cayenne, powdered or flakes, serves as a multi-purpose spice. The South American pepper's 4-6" long, 1//2" thin fruits, slightly hotter than jalape¤os, have a multitude of uses, whether fresh, canned or pickled; excellent steeped in oil or vinegar for flavorful condiments. Yields are high, so extra peppers may be strung in "ristras" for easy drying. Fruits mature from green to red and are ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant. read more

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Large crops of tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Generations of Italian families have savored this crispy sweet peppe...r. This family heirloom variety is used in salads or saut?ed, with the extras pickled or dried. Large 3' plants bear large crops of 3-4" long tapered fruits that turn bright red when ripe. Ready to harvest about 70 days from transplant. read more

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Big blocky fruits with sweet, juicy taste. Bred by experts at the USDA, and introduced in 1963, this variety produces heavy yields... of large, blocky 4-5" x 3½-4" fruits. The thick-walled, dark-green to red peppers have a sweet, juicy taste and crisp texture. Vigorous and prolific, the 26-30" upright plants bear over a long season and an excellent choice for the South. Harvest in 72-80 days after transplant. read more

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Simply spectacular: a delicious sweet pepper from Italy. We have one Giuseppe Nardello to thank for this spectacularly tasty sweet... frying pepper. From the small village of Ruoti in the Basilicata region of southern Italy, Giuseppe brought this heirloom to the states, where it was introduced in 1887. Grazie, Giuseppe! All season long the low-growing 20-24" plants produce loads and loads of long, thin peppers, up to 10" long. The peppers are altogether delicious, whether cooked in a little olive oil, grilled, chopped, saut?ed with other vegetables, or used raw in salsas and salads. These peppers are perfect for pickling or drying. Harvest in 80-90 days from transplant. read more

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The flowers and foliage of Aspire are much more substantial than other Speedwells, which means the compact flower spikes stay love...ly much longer. The pink color is so richly saturated and long-lasting that this deer-resistant and butterfly-attracting cultivar is your greatest option for reliable all-season color! Plant Veronica in a sunny, well-drained spot. Prepare the planting hole with some compost, then after planting add another thin layer of compost and lastly some mulch. In the right conditions Veronica will reward you with an impressive bloom show, sending spires of pink blooms rising up every summer in a towering display. Deadhead the bloom wands to extend the season, and divide up clumps every 3 or 4 years to keep them from getting too crowded.1 Quart container. Zones 4 to 8. read more

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PPAF. Cultivar: PIILC-I. Crimson Fire brings year-round interest to the garden! Reaching just 2 to 3 feet high, this semi-evergree...n flowering shrub is ideal for small spaces and in foundation plantings. Its compact, mounding habit of red to burgundy foliage adds welcome color throughout the year, and spring brings lovely neon pink blooms that are a delight for butterflies and hummingbirds. This Chinese Fringe Flower is easy to grow and adaptable to most conditions, although it does perform best in well-drained soils. Since its habit tends to be somewhat spreading, some gardens are even using it as a groundcover. And of course its manageable size makes it a great candidate for container growth as well. Fast growing and deer resistant, its a delightful, low-maintenance shrub you wont want to miss! Zones 7-9. read more

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Discovered in an Anna, Illinois, garden, Annabelle is perhaps the most popular old-fashioned flowering shrub grown in American gar...dens. Once established, it produces enormous, 12-inch, globe-shaped flowerheads of snowy white starting in early summer and increasing in size until mid- to late summer -- truly spectacular! Growing to 4 feet high and wide, it is a splendid landscape plant that never gets out of bounds and complements every other color in the garden beautifully. It thrives in shade, but also tolerates heat and humidity. Very easy to grow once established, it is a lovely source of fresh and dried arrangements as well as a useful border, hedge, foundation, or accent planting. H. arborescens is a native species, far more cold-hardy than most other Hydrangea species. Recently another cultivar has been added to the family: spectacular pink-flowered Invincibelle Spirit. Try them together for a breathtaking pink-and-white hedge, border, or accent planting! Zones 4-9. read more

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PPAF. Cultivar: ILVOBO. This dwarf Hydrangea is an undeniable asset for any garden, especially those with limited space. Reaching ...a height of 2½-3 and a width of 3-4, Bobo? covers itself with large white blooms in summer, the flowers held upright on strong stems and taking on a pinkish blush in fall. They appear so abundantly, you can barely see the leaves! Bobo? blooms from midsummer until early fall, the flowers growing increasingly larger and fuller over time. And since it blooms on new wood, there will always be blossoms ready to put on a show, even after a hard winter. Very reliable and easy to grow, this lovely Hydrangea won the Gold Florall award in 2010 for best novelty plant. Blooming regardless of climate, soil, pH, or pruning, Bobo? even tolerates drought! Plant this charming dwarf Hydrangea in full sun to part shade. Its adaptable to many soils, but prefers good, loamy areas and required moderate moisture. Bobo? is an excellent choice for mixed borders or a foundation plant and makes an extremely showy specimen or container plant. Prune it in late winter or early spring and fertilize in early spring with a slow-release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs. Zones 4-8. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For, Cultivar Name: PIIHQ-I?. Lush wands of white florets come on in the spring and age to a deep raspberry r...ed, darkening from the bottom upwards, reaching the peak of its color in summer. But lots of Hydrangea have lovely blooms; what separates Jetstream? from the pack is its exceptional habit! The foliage grows naturally in a mid-sized, rounded form, growing a dense bush with strong stems that will resist wind without flopping. The large oakleaf foliage adds its own charm throughout the year, but really gets your attention in the fall, when the leaves burnish a brilliant orange-scarlet! This colorful cultivar is even gorgeous in the winter, where the peeling tawny bark adds its own appeal. This healthy native is a low-maintenance, reliable performer for borders, foundations, and hedges. Like all Hydrangeas, it benefits from frequent watering and doesn?t mind ?wet? feet. It prefers soil on the acidic side?if your soil is too basic, add some <#prodlink#?35871?>Soil Acidifier and watch the bloom color change! 1 Quart Container. Zones 5 to 8. read more

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Glossy black tops provide a sleek look and stylish appeal Metal sled bases in chrome finish ensure years of dependable use Ring ac...cent on each side gives a creative detail to the tables' modest design Great for showcasing potted indoor plants, vases, and other decorative accessories Set of two tables that perfectly fit one under another May be used separately or formed in a stepped pattern Timeless and versatile addition to your living room, hallway, or foyer Assembly required One year manufacturer's warranty read more

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The Deroma 17.7 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry Planter offers a vibrant and fun addition to your home or patio. This durable plastic ...planter is light-weight and UV resistant. It is perfect for showcasing your favorite indoor or outdoor plants. Durable plastic material is light-weight and recyclable Pre-marked to self drill drainage holes Saucer helps to eliminate cleanup due to excess watering Planter is both UV and frost resistant You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 17.7 in Assembled Height (in.) 17.7 in Assembled Width (in.) 17.7 in Color Family Red Container Length (in.) 17.7 Container depth (in.) 17.7 Container height (in.) 17.7 Container width (in.) 17.7 Drainage Holes No Fixture Color/Finish Family Solid Color Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Material Plastic Product Height (in.) 17.7 Product Length (in.) 17.7 Product Weight (lb.) 4 lb Product Width (in.) 17.7 Returnable 90-Day Saucer Included Yes Sealed No Self-Watering No Textured No CUSTOMERS WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM PURCHASED... SAVE $1.50$8.49 WAS $9.996 in. Plastic Cloud Appeal Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $1.95$11.04 WAS $12.9910 in. Plastic Sea-Struck Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $3.60$20.40 WAS $24.003 in. Water Retaining Coco Classroom Gardening KiAdd to cartSAVE $17.99$101.95 WAS $119.9418 in. Plastic Turbulant Lucca Planter (6-Pack)Add to cartSAVE $4.35$24.63 WAS $28.9811.8 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry PlanterAdd to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Most orders process within 3 business days. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for Standard Shipping in addition to order processing time, which varies by product. Items deliver by small parcel service. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. This item is also available for pick up in your local store (FREE) within 4-7 business days, plus order processing time. read more

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The Deroma 11.8 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry Planter offers a vibrant and fun addition to your home or patio. This durable plastic ...planter is light-weight and UV resistant. It is perfect for showcasing your favorite indoor or outdoor plants. Durable plastic material is light-weight and recyclable Pre-marked to self drill drainage holes Saucer helps to eliminate cleanup due to excess watering Planter is both UV and frost resistant You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 11.8 in Assembled Height (in.) 11.8 in Assembled Width (in.) 11.8 in Color Family Red Container Length (in.) 11.8 Container depth (in.) 11.8 Container height (in.) 11.8 Container width (in.) 11.8 Drainage Holes No Fixture Color/Finish Family Solid Color Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Material Plastic Product Height (in.) 11.8 Product Length (in.) 11.8 Product Weight (lb.) 1.4 lb Product Width (in.) 11.8 Returnable 90-Day Saucer Included Yes Sealed No Self-Watering No Textured No CUSTOMERS WHO VIEWED THIS ITEM PURCHASED... SAVE $1.50$8.49 WAS $9.996 in. Plastic Cloud Appeal Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $1.50$8.49 WAS $9.996 in. Plastic Sea-Struck Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $8.85$50.13 WAS $58.9817.7 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $1.95$11.04 WAS $12.9910 in. Plastic Sea-Struck Modica PlanterAdd to cartSAVE $6.29$35.65 WAS $41.9410 in. Plastic Exotica Lucca Planter (6-Pack)Add to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Most orders process within 3 business days. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for Standard Shipping in addition to order processing time, which varies by product. Items deliver by small parcel service. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. This item is also available for pick up in your local store (FREE) within 4-7 business days, plus order processing time. read more

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The Deroma 15 in. Plastic Samba Raspberry Planter offers a vibrant and fun addition to your home or patio. This durable plastic pl...anter is light-weight and UV resistant. It is perfect for showcasing your favorite indoor or outdoor plants. Durable plastic material is light-weight and recyclable Pre-marked to self drill drainage holes Saucer helps to eliminate cleanup due to excess watering Planter is both UV and frost resistant You will need Adobe® Acrobat® Reader to view PDF documents. Download a free copy from the Adobe Web site. SPECIFICATIONS Assembled Depth (in.) 15 in Assembled Height (in.) 15 in Assembled Width (in.) 15 in Color Family Red Container Length (in.) 15 Container depth (in.) 15 Container height (in.) 15 Container width (in.) 15 Drainage Holes No Fixture Color/Finish Family Solid Color Indoor/Outdoor Indoor/Outdoor Material Plastic Product Height (in.) 15 Product Length (in.) 15 Product Weight (lb.) 2.4 lb Product Width (in.) 15 Returnable 90-Day Saucer Included Yes Sealed No Self-Watering No Textured No SUGGESTIONS BASED ON YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS SAVE $213.80$835.20 WAS $1,049.00Frigidaire 30 in. 5.0 cu. ft. Gas Range with... (156) Add to cartSAVE $12.00$67.98 WAS $79.98MPG 17-3/4 in. Cast Stone Square Lattice Planter... Add to cartSAVE $7.50$42.48 WAS $49.98Western Red Cedar Large Square Planter(5) Add to cartSAVE $5.24$29.71 WAS $34.9515.75 in. x 15.75 in. Redwood Planter Box(3) Add to cart$120.00Mayne Fairfield 20 in. Plastic Square Patio... (4) Add to cart CUSTOMER REVIEWS Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a Review Do you own this product? Be the first to rate it. Your feedback will help users like you to make informed decisions and will help us to improve our product offerings! Write a ReviewIf you have questions or comments regarding the customer service you received please contact us. SHIPPING OPTIONS Most orders process within 3 business days. Please allow 3 to 5 business days for Standard Shipping in addition to order processing time, which varies by product. Items deliver by small parcel service. If product is eligible for shipping to AK, HI and US Territories additional transit time and remote surcharges may apply. This item is also available for pick up in your local store (FREE) within 4-7 business days, plus order processing time. read more

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Plant Patent #12,138. Can you believe this standout beauty for the shade garden?! Bethlehem Sage is always distinctive, but Raspbe...rry Splash is simply over-the-top lovely, with giant bloom clusters, quick growth, and great resistance to Powdery Mildew and slugs! You cant grow wrong with Raspberry Splash! The flowers arise in giant, hanging clusters, bell-shaped and colored a rich shade of raspberry-pink. They bloom for several weeks in late spring, filling the shade garden with startling color. But even when the blooms pass, Raspberry Splash is colorful and bright. The foliage is quite large and fuzzy, a dark green speckled with white like drops of paint. It stays fresh and pretty from spring through fall in any moist, well-drained soil. And this plant tolerates even full shade! Many Bethlehem Sages have problems with slugs eating their leaves and powdery mildew infections, but Raspberry Splash is highly resistant to both. This makes it easy enough for even a new gardener to be successful with, and an absolutely carefree choice for any shady spot! Raspberry Splash was bred from Pulmonaria longifolia Bertram Anderson x Pulmonaria Leopard. Introduced in 2001, it has become an instant classic! It reaches 12 inches tall and 18 to 24 inches wide. Cut it back after the blooms pass for fuller, more dense foliage the rest of the season. Dont miss out on this fine source of color for the shade garden. Zones 4-9. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. The cobalt blue blooms and silvery foliage create lovely streaks of cool color in the sunny garden! This... gorgeous, compact variety responds well to shaping and pruning: deadhead the flowers, and they will rebloom even bigger than before! The vibrant blue color-show happens over a very long season, from mid summer on until hard frost! The Buzz? series of Butterfly Bushes was developed by the renowned English plantsmen at Thompson and Morgan. They were inspired to create new hybrids that were more compact and easier to grow, due to the increase in smaller gardening spaces. More than 8 years of breeding and selection brought about this exciting series, and we think youll be just as thrilled by it as we are! Judges at the Colorado State Trial Gardens noted that the entire Buzz? Series are exceptional cultivars, notable for their excellent flower production and dense growth. Like other Buddleias, True Blue thrives in a variety of conditions, tolerating everything from drought to poor soil and pH values anywhere between 5.5 and 8.5. All that it asks for is full sunlight and good drainage to produce its lovely fragrant display over a long, glorious season. A treat for gardeners and butterflies alike! Cannot ship to OR or WA. 1 Quart Container. Zones 5 to 9. read more

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Plant Patent 22,141. Cultivar name: NR7 Remember when Blueberry Sunshine Blue® took the gardening world by storm, with its compact... habit, fragrant blooms, and abundant berries? Well, now there is a much more beautiful and amazing phenomenon known as the BrazelBerries® -- a collection of edible ornamentals with ever-changing foliage colors, small plant sizes (just right for containers!), and plenty of yummy fruit! Meet Raspberry Shortcake?, the first-ever dwarf raspberry for containers. Raspberry Shortcake? is a thornless variety with full-sized, yummy red fruit on plants that reach just 2 to 3 feet high and wide and have a dense, compact, tightly mounded habit. Goodbye, rangy canes that flop all over the place! Goodbye, punctured hands at harvest time! Raspberry Shortcake? looks as good as its full-sized, bright red fruit tastes! These berries have a flavor described as vanilla essence, very sweet and meltingly tender. You can enjoy handfuls straight from the patio or even the urban balcony with Raspberry Shortcake?! And the plant always looks good -- dense and healthy. Caring for Raspberry Shortcake? is easy. It loves neutral soil (pH 6.5 - 7.5 is best) in full sunshine everywhere but the hottest climates. Good soil drainage is essential too. If you are growing it in a container, pick a big one -- anything 24 inches in diameter or larger is preferred, since this perennial will keep setting new canes and spreading. Feed Raspberry Shortcake? with a balanced fertilizer at the beginning of spring and again later in the season. Water it daily in containers. When winter arrives, it will go dormant, and should be left alone. The following spring, youll begin to see green growth. Midway through spring, when the new growth is well-established, cut away any stems that do not show new growth. Thats all there is to it! If you like Raspberry Shortcake? -- and you will, we promise! -- be sure to try the other BrazelBerries® as well. Developed by the Brazelton family of Oregon -- fruit growers for decades -- they are self-pollinating, so you need plant only one of any of the varieties for fruit. But chances are, once you see the BrazelBerries® in your garden, youll simply have to have several! Enjoy the latest and most exciting phenomenon in edible ornamentals. Bring the BrazelBerries® home! Zones 5-9. read more

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This Blueberry has so many excellent qualities that its almost a new kind of plant -- the ultimate edible ornamental! It has a den...se, rounded, semi-dwarf form only 3- to 4-feet high and wide, making it a great choice for containers. The glossy silvery-green leaves are semi-evergreen, so you can plant it anywhere for year-round color! In spring, masses of pink flowers (instead of the white typical of Blueberries!) grace the lovely branches, followed by berries ... LOTS of berries! Each petite plant bears anywhere from 5 to 10 pounds of the most delicious, dime-sized, dark blue berries you will ever taste! The flavor is sweet and juicy, totally unlike the berries you buy long after harvest at the grocery store. Wait until you discover the joy of fresh blueberries, straight from the patio! And just when you think this delightful shrub cant get any better, its gorgeous purple-red fall color appears! Self-pollinating (so you need only grow one plant) and more tolerant than most of high pH, Sunshine Blue is an exceptionally easy berry to grow. Its a southern highbush type with a low chill requirement -- only 150 hours! -- which means its great for the south. However, its very hardy as far north as Chicago, too! Best in full sun and slightly acidic, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Zones 5-9. Cannot ship to CA, MI, OR, WA. read more

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HEIRLOOM. Very vigorous, climbing vines that are easy to grow. Asparagus Yardlong bears loads of slender, very long pods that are ...best picked when less than 18 in. long. It has a delicious, nutty flavor steamed, stir-fried or saut?ed. It's easy to grow and has no serious pests or diseases. GARDEN HINTS: Do not work around plants when wet. Keep beans picked for continuous bearing; shell mature pods and use as dried beans. read more

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High yields of sweet, smokey-flavored red peppers. Long, slender, 8-10" fruits ripen from green to red on high-yielding plants. Sw...eet, smokey flavor is ideal for frying. Disease-resistant. Certified Organic Seed. read more

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The first ever habanero with mild heat! An exciting breakthrough sure to become the conversation piece of your summer garden. Haba...nero peppers have a distinctive taste, but are the very hottest Chile peppers in the world - up to 300,000 units on the 'Scoville' scale. This prevents many people from ever enjoying them - but not anymore. Zavory is the first ever Habanero with a mild heat registering only 100 Scoville's! You can bite into one just like an apple and survive to tell the tale. The beautiful shiny, cardinal red fruits appear in large numbers in late summer on vigorous branching 30" plants. read more

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Wonderful in the perennial border and perfect for rain gardens, this cardinal flower is sure to impress with its dramatic, dark ch...ocolate to purple foliage and bold red flowers. 'Black Truffle' holds this deep color throughout the growing season. A magnet for hummingbirds and butterflies all summer, and deer resistant. read more

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Color bare spots in full sun with these three showy sedums. Deer resistant and easy to grow. Turn problem spots in the garden into... beds of sparkling salmon, blue-green and yellow. These dense-growing sedums carry rosettes of small, spongy leaves that can stand up to deer, drought and direct sun. Use in well-drained containers as fillers, in rock gardens and as edgings along sunny pathways. Expect clusters of small, starry flowers in spring. Includes one plant each of Oracle, Coral Carpet and Weihenstephaner Gold. read more

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Durable and fast-growing carpet, with soft masses of extra fine leaves. Try these flat cushions of dense, moss-green for edging mo...ist, shady nooks in the garden. Only 1-inch tall, but very fast spreading, with plenty of tiny white flowers in springtime. Easy to maintain, but keep moist during dry spells. Very hardy and deer resistant. read more

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Florid purple color and love-me-tenderness. We are passionate about this asparagus' florid purple color and love-me-tenderness. Th...e spears' surprising and delectable mild flavor and color merit a starring role in hors d'oeuvres and salads. Grows up to 5' tall. read more

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Large, flavorful berries in mid- to late summer. Midsummer sweetness. Polana yields a plethora of large, sweet, succulent berries ...on manageable plants. Now you can enjoy fresh raspberries much of the summer, before the fall raspberries arrive. Berries are large and flavorful, and the canes produce an abundance of fruit. read more

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Bumper crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Bushy, easy to manage thornless bush with spinefree canes produces a bumpe...r crop of incredibly luscious gourmet raspberries. Berry plants are self-fruitful, so a single plant will supply ample fruit from early to late summer. Plenty of berries for fresh eating, jams, and sorbet. Glencoe?s plants are compact enough to be grown in a 15" diameter pot. Full sun. read more

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Early in summer, 2 1/2- to 3-foot stems are topped by gigantic violet-pink flowerheads -- some fully 8 inches wide! This terrific ...Dutch hybrid blooms for up to 3 weeks, repeating more reliably than its cousin, Allium giganteum. Because its sterile, it puts all its energy into producing more flowers instead of making seeds -- and you reap the benefits! Ideal combined with low-growing, mounding perennials. Zones 4-8. read more

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This rapidly multiplying variety blooms with the Daffodils year after year. Its dense spires of rich blue thrive in both sun and s...hade, and the fragrance grows with each passing spring, as it spreads to form ever larger colonies. Ideal beneath trees and shrubs or among larger spring-blooming bulbs. 6 to 8 inches tall. Trouble-free, hardy everywhere, and a true treasure of spring! Zones 3-8. read more

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Plant Patent Applied For. The Ruffles? series was bred using Heuchera villosa to create larger leaves and more heat tolerance. Lim...e Ruffles is the most vibrant of the series, with extremely large, ruffled leaves of such a neon lime-green that they seem to glow with their own chartreuse light. Lime Ruffles works beautifully as a groundcover for shadier spots, and is also compact enough to work in containers, where the dazzling foliage makes a striking statement in any arrangement. This Heuchera is a cross between Lime Marmalade and Lime Rickey. It features the same famous lime color on a rounder plant with distinctly larger leaves. Lime Ruffles quickly grows to its mature size of 24 inches wide and only 11 inches tall (18 when in flower). In May and June, little pink flowers arise on slender green stems, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. The thick, leathery foliage is tough enough to stand up to the elements and retain its beauty--in fact, the color only improves with sunlight. Lime Ruffles can tolerate full sun in the North; in the South plant it in part to full shade and average soil. Let the plant dry out a bit between waterings--better too dry than too wet. Its high tolerance for drought, heat, and humidity makes it well-suited to the Deep South, though it is also hardy up to zone 4, and its foliage takes on a lovely tone in winter. Zones 4 to 9. read more

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One of the most beautiful color combinations in the Peony family, Sorbet brings soft, luscious tones to the late spring garden. Th...ese blooms are 5 inches wide and tall, with 3 distinct layers of pastel color. Ideal for cutting (they are very long-lasting), they arise heavily on compact plants. Sorbet blooms in midseason, late spring to early summer in most climates, on plants just 3 feet tall and 2 1/2 feet wide. Well-branched but never sprawling, the plant is quite hardy, standing up to adverse weather nicely, and its flowers are absolutely showstopping in any setting, from the border to an accent planting. Peonies are such all-around top garden performers! First, they are exceptionally hardy -- easy to grow and carefree once established. One of the longest-lived perennials, a single plant can last for generations. Second, their phenol content makes them unappetizing to pests, including insects, rabbits, and even deer. Remarkably disease free as well, they literally need no attention once established. Third, they offer three seasons of color. The new spring foliage is reddish; the bright blooms span late spring and early summer; and the fall foliage is tinged with bronze or purple. Fourth, they are equally suited for the landscape or the vase, offering old-fashioned cottage garden charm plus armloads of stunning blooms. Very long-lived in the vase, the flowers can even be dried for use as everlastings. Fifth -- but you already know this -- the blooms are out-of-this-world lovely in color, fragrance, and form. As showy as roses and vastly easier to grow and care for, they are the unsung heroes of the flowering garden. Sorbet is hardy in zones 3-8. read more

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The rounded, creamy apricot blooms are softly ruffled and edged in mauve for a romantic effect that will make your border feel lik...e a slice of old Paris! Introduced by Keith Keppel, this child of Balderdash and Last Laugh received an Honorable Mention in 2008 and an Award of Merit in 2010 from the American Iris Society. This flower is known as a plicata style, meaning that it boasts an edge along the lower petals (the falls). Many Tall Beardeds are plicatas, but few achieve an effect as striking as these soft purple, deeply ruffled margins, which complement beautifully the soft orange of the style arms. Parisian Dawn appears in mid to late Spring, depending on how far north you are and how sunny your weather is. Like other Tall Beardededs, it loves full sunshine everywhere but the deep South, and once established it becomes quite drought tolerant. Deer, rabbits, and other nibbling creatures leave it alone, and its quite trouble-free, asking only to be divided into new plants every few years to keep the bloom strength up. The Tall Beardeds make wonderful companions to Daylilies in the border, usually beating them into bloom by just a few weeks, and often overlapping delightfully. You will admire this lovely cultivar for many years to come! Zones 3 to 9. read more

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This outstanding classic (introduced in 1930) is the standard by which all repeat-flowering climbers are judged! If you have stron...g vertical or horizontal support for this magnificent rose, add it to your garden at once! New Dawn is a free-flowering, easy-to-grow standout rose. Its blooms are fragrant, its glossy, dark green foliage lush and surprisingly disease resistant, and its season of bloom very long. Each fully double bloom measures 3 to 4 inches wide, sporting tones of pearlescent blush. The scent is powerfully sweet, making New Dawn a great choice for the vase as well as the garden. And the blooms arise in big clusters, so a single snip makes a bouquet. Climbing 18 to 20 feet high and 7 to 10 feet wide, New Dawn flowers reliably all summer long and into autumn in many climates. Its hardy, very vigorous, and tolerant of some shade. A classic for more than 75 years, it is a superb choice for a wide variety of areas, from pillars, arbors, and trellises to inclusion in the cut garden. This climbing rose can be grown in the ground or in a container, but container growth will require winter protection. It can be pruned after flowering is finished to maintain a smaller habit. Zones 5-9. read more

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Plant Patent #16,198. Cultivar name: PROse. This delightful Floribunda has the beauty and fragrance of an Old Rose with the modern... vigor, disease resistance, and bloom strength of a modern hybrid. Burgundy Iceberg? is prepared to flower all summer long, filling garden and vase with a strong honey-like scent and adding rich, dark, highly unusual color to the Rose display. Each of these blooms is fully double-flowered, with 20 to 25 petals that sport a deep pink reverse (exterior) to complement their dark burgundy interior. The coloration is purple to red-burgundy depending on the climate, with darker coloring in cooler temperatures. Measuring 3 to 4 1/2 inches wide, they arise in large clusters from late spring until the cool fall weather sets in. Very tolerant of heat and humidity, they are a superb choice for the south and southwest, but also content in shorter and cooler summer climates. Burgundy Iceberg? has won numerous awards in its native Australia, and we believe it will be a success here as well. This color is simply unavailable in most other Roses, and the rich fragrance and floriferousness make this shrub very valuable. Best of all, it has disease-resistant foliage, so you can plant it right into the crowded border (or in containers) without worrying about mildew and blackspot. If you have never grown a Rose before, Burgundy Iceberg? is a splendid way to begin. If youre a seasoned Rosarian, you can count on this cultivar to be one of the highest-performing and most trouble-free varieties in your garden! Zones 5-9. read more

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Plant Patent #20,774. My, Empress Wu, how you have grown! This astonishing Hosta is more like a shrub than a perennial, with leave...s 18 inches wide and flowers fluttering on stems 5 feet tall! Shake up the shade garden with beautiful, eye-popping Empress Wu! Magnificently quilted and heart-shaped, the foliage on this Hosta-and-a-half is lovely from spring through fall, its texture and substance improving with each passing year. In midsummer it is topped by lavender flowers, but the real beauty is the foliage itself. Dense, many-layered, and symmetrical, it is a glorious sight in the partly shaded garden! Empress Wu would make a nice specimen (solitary) planting, but it will be even better as a standout in the shade border, behind all the smaller Hostas and other hardy ferns. Expect passersby to stop in their tracks when they see this behemoth! Named for the only female emperor of China, Empress Wu was bred by Brian and Virginia Skaggs. It is descended from H. Big John x H. Zanadu, but easily outdoes both parents in magnitude and beauty! Like all Hostas, Empress Wu is very easy to grow in any well-drained soil receiving some shade. Once established in your garden, it tolerates heat, humidity, cold, and even drought effortlessly. If you want to divide this plant, simply whack it into pieces in late winter or early spring. But if you leave it intact, it will grow in stature and beauty more quickly. Very long-lived, it will grace your garden for decades! Enjoy this splendid and unusual Hosta! Zones 3-9. read more

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There has never been a yellow Hosta quite like Dancing Queen, and it will stand out in the shade garden like a shaft of sunshine i...n a dark glen! This large, wide Hosta is exquisitely rippled and quilted, its outstanding foliage attention-getting in any setting. The new leaves open bright gold in spring, turning a lighter shade as the season progresses. Long, pointed, and heavily rippled, they are held elegantly up and out from the center of the plant. With each passing year, they grow more intensely textured and beautifully substantial. In midsummer, the foliage is topped by pale lavender blooms on 28-inch stems. Largely insignificant, the flowers may be snipped and used as filler in the vase, or left on the plant to highlight the color contrast they present against the yellow leaves. Dancing Queen eventually reaches 18 inches high and spreads about 30 inches wide. Spectacular in the border, it is also superb for woodland settings, and can even be grown in a large container. It forms the natural centerpiece of any Hosta garden, standing out brilliantly against El Nino, Silver Bay, and 48438>Abiqua Drinking Gourd, among many others. Dancing Queen was bred by Kent Terpening, and thrives in partial to full shade. Very hardy and long-lived, it belongs front and center in your shade garden display. Do add it to the garden this season! Zones 3-9. read more

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You will smell these luscious roses before you see them, for their licorice-like scent is pervasive and intoxicating. Large, petal...-packed, and very abundant, they cover this vigorous climber all summer long, appearing in small clusters and repeating in flushes until the cool fall weather arrives. A fragrant yellow rose is rare enough, but such fragrance -- the heady scent of anise -- is even more highly prized. Scent from Above? is a British introduction, sporting 4½-inch blooms that open from lovely pointed, ovoid buds, flaunting up to 40 petals and the classic hybrid tea form. Cut all you like for the vase -- they open on 12- to 18-inch stems. Or let them remain on the vine, perfuming the sunny garden beautifully. Reaching a mature size of 8 to 10 feet high and 2 to 3 feet wide and covering itself with glossy, dark green, disease-resistant foliage, this gorgeous climber is a rare pleasure. Place one on each side of an arbor, allow one to drape itself over a favorite trellis, or dress up a well, fence, or any other structure with its fantastic color and perfume! Plant in full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Var: CHEWgoldtop (PP#17,126). Zones 5-9. read more

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Heres a cold-tolerant, low-maintenance, hardworking Peony you just wont be able to resist! Santa Fe boasts an unusual combination ...of colors ? fuchsia on the outer petals, creamy white within ? and a heavy midseason bloom, making it indispensable to Peony fans and cutflower lovers! These large flowers have a sculpted look, so beautifully are the cupped petals held. They last a long time in the vase, and begin blooming about the middle of Peony season ? late spring or early summer, depending upon how far north you are! Cut all you like for indoor arrangements, but save a few for the garden, where theyre eye-catching from across the street! Santa Fe is a low-growing, bushy little plant, just a bit over 2 feet tall and no wider than 3 feet. It tolerates just about any well-drained garden soil, and is tolerant through zone 2 in the north ? surprisingly tough and adaptable for one so petite! Space plants about 3 feet apart in full sun (for best flowering) or light shade. Zones 2-7. read more

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Large, vividly colored 4- to 5-inch lavender-pink double flowers appear on leafless stems in mid-autumn on this splendid bulb. Kno...wn as Autumn Crocus, Colchicum delights with fall flowers, and Waterlily is a particularly beautiful double-flowered variety. Colchicum is an interesting bulb. You plant it in fall, but in spring the only thing you get is foliage! Long after youve forgotten about it, the flowers literally burst open overnight -- in autumn, just when the garden floor needs some color! No plant is easier to grow. You can force this bulb indoors by setting it on a bed of pebbles in a pan of shallow water, or plant it in the garden in autumn. Garden rodents and even deer will leave it alone -- the bulb is poisonous, and pests keep their distance! These bright rosy-pink double blooms reach 4 to 5 inches wide, packed with long, slender petals. The flowers really do resemble a waterlily! No Colchicum is more lovely. Tuck the bulbs into your garden this autumn, and prepare to be delighted (and surprised!) next fall! Zones 5-8. read more

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Celebrating 100 years of gracing sunny gardens and elegant vases, Sarah Bernhardt is one of the classic Peonies that helped make t...his perennial a favorite from the foundation planting to the patio, the border to the vase! Gigantic 7- to 9-inch double blooms of luscious pink (occasionally flecked with raspberry) release an unforgettable fragrance, and the sun-loving plant is as easy to grow as a weed! Sarah Bernhardt begins flowering in early summer and continues for several weeks. This plant reaches 3 feet tall, a nice size for any setting from the foundation to the patio garden. Sarah Bernhardt was introduced in 1906 by the renowned French nursery Lemoine. It establishes readily in moisture-retentive, well-drained soil enriched with organics and receiving full sun to light shade. If you are new to the joy of Peonies, let me enumerate some of their merits! First, they are exceptionally carefree once established. One of the longest-lived perennials, a single plant can last for generations. Second, their phenol content makes them unappetizing to insects, rabbits, and even deer. Third, they offer 3 seasons of color: reddish spring foliage, bright late spring and early summer blooms; and bronze or purple fall tones. Fourth, they are equally suited for garden or vase, offering old-fashioned charm plus armloads of blooms. Very long-lived after cutting, the flowers can even be used as everlastings. Peonies are a nice garden bridge plant, looking something like a perennial and something like a shrub. Set in front of large shrubs or trees, they make a big splash of color without occupying a lot of space. Traditional companions to Peonies are spring-and summer-flowering bulbs, blue- and white-flowered perennials, flowering shrubs such as Azaleas, and ornamental grasses. Zones 3-8. read more

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Such a delight, Blue Mouse Ears sets exquisite soft blue-green leaves, gently curled, with the substantial texture youd expect fro...m much more mature specimens. A tightly mounded miniature, it keeps its distinctive color throughout the summer heat, looking as attractive in containers as it does in the shade border. No wonder it was named the 2008 Hosta of the Year! Leathery and heart-shaped, these small leaves discourage nibbling pests. They are infused with a rich aquamarine shade of blue-green that remains even in hot, sunny summer weather. Neat yet very dense, the foliage is topped in midsummer by lavender blooms held on short scapes in good proportion to the leaves below. A stunning presence, reaching just 6 inches high and 12 inches wide, Blue Mouse Ears is very highly sought for its size, color, foliage texture, and staying power! A sport of H. Blue Cadet, Blue Mouse Ears sets new foliage all season, often with a hint of gold at the base of the leaf. Use this compact plant in containers of all sorts, as edging, in the front of the shade border, and as an accent among green- and yellow-leafed plants. It tolerates partial to full shade, and prefers to avoid direct sun. Zones 3-8. read more

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Plant Patent #13,080. Eagerly anticipated, this sport of world-famous Hosta June exceeds its parent for color intensity and beauty...! Touch of Class is a magnificently thick-leaved, tricolored plant that keeps its cool blue tones right through summer heat. The only green youll see is the narrow band on each leaf where the brilliant gold flame overlaps with the jagged blue edging! Just a foot high and about 18 inches wide, Touch of Class makes a big impact in a small space. Its leaves are substantial, waxy, and nicely held, holding up to spring rains, summer heat, and autumn breezes. Heart-shaped and slightly downturned at the tips, they are puffy looking and texture quite beautifully over time, with a pleasantly quilted look as the vertical furrows become more pronounced. All Hostas improve with age, but Touch of Class really outdoes itself for foliage texture! Part of Touch of Classs vigor and strength comes from the fact that its a tetraploid, meaning that it has twice the chromosomes of diploid Hostas (such as its parent June). This is the beginning of a new trend in Hosta breeding -- the conversion of diploids into tetraploids with greater robustness. And if Touch of Class is any indication of the success of this idea, were in for a lot of tetraploids in the years to come! In midsummer this plant is topped by slender 2-foot stems bearing insignificant 1-inch lavender blooms, which may be cut away or kept, as you prefer. Its real beauty is the spring-through-fall display of spectacular tricolored foliage in the partly shaded garden! If youre new to Hosta growing, youre in for a treat. Like most Hostas, Touch of Class is very tolerant of just about any soil and weather conditions. Hardy from one end of the country to the other, it is very long-lived (plan on several decades!). Periodically you can dig it up and whack the rooty crown into several new plants, or simply let the older ones grow more magnificent with the passing of time! Space plants 18 inches apart in the garden or a large container. Very tolerant of heat, humidity, cold, and even drought (once established). Zones 3-9. read more

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Your garden will become an enchanting scene in mid-Spring when this Daylily opens its ruffled amethyst blooms to reveal striking l...emon-yellow throats! Magic Amethyst is very fragrant and very floriferous, with 4-way branching that can lead to 20-25 buds per plant, creating a dazzling array of color and fragrance that reblooms continuously for months! Grow it by your porch, patio, or kitchen window, and this Early Morning Opener can flash its magical smile at you every morning! Magic Amethyst is a dormant tetraploid, meaning it has twice the chromosomes of traditional (diploid) daylilies and it dies back in the fall. This is advantageous for several reasons. First, it gives the plant greater vigor, resulting in larger, brighter, more substantial blooms that repeat in mid summer after a heavy early season flush. Second, it increases the growth potential of the plant, helping it stand up to adversity and send out new flowering stems quicker than older varieties. Third, it takes off more quickly in spring and then goes totally dormant in winter, making maintenance a breeze! Like other Daylilies, Magic Amethyst thrives in a wide range of soils, light, and environments. Give it a good start in life with well-drained, enriched soil and plenty of moisture, and it will establish quickly and take off! Plant it in your garden this season, and it will put its spell on you for years to come! Bareroot. Zones 3 to 9. read more

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As exquisitely formed and richly scented as a gardenia, the soft white, fully double blooms of White Rose last and last on this co...mpact, very cold-hardy little tree. A seedling selection of Ballerina that outdoes its parent in nearly every way, White Rose is ideal for todays smaller gardens, making a big impact without occupying a lot of space. The blooms arise in early spring, ahead of many Magnolias, and remain fresh and ultra-fragrant for weeks. The petals dont drop until long after the bloom has faded, so you can watch the color progression and enjoy every minute of these spectacular flowers. Held upright like giant candles on their stems, the blooms are awe-inspiring. Even after the flowers pass, White Rose is a pleasant presence in the garden. At maturity this tree is just 12 feet high and 8 to 10 feet wide, and it thrives in full sun in cool and temperate climates, partial shade farther south and west. (It makes a fine understory planting.) Give it a place of honor and enjoy the large, handsome foliage and plump, full shape of this tree. White Rose has much better tolerance of winds, cold weather, and poor soils than many other Magnolias. Once established, it is adaptable and easy. You will enjoy a legacy of early spring beauty for decades with this fine specimen! Zones 4-8. read more

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