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

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Drop a bomb and get plants growing. Grow meadow wildflowers that keep coming back. Seed Bombs protect the seeds inside from animal...s, insects, and too much moisture when they are sprouting. You can throw them, toss them, crush them, or leave them. Then water them and they will grow. Seed Bombs are proudly made in the United States with top quality ingredients. read more


Grow the herd healthy, the racks impressive! With BioLogic Plot Seed, and a Mineral Topper, too! BioLogic develops the scientifica...lly tested and proven seeds and supplements that make deer healthier... and most likely to hang out in your area! So plant... read more

Deer Creek Seed

Deer Creek Seed Perennial Plus. A long - lasting, high - protein blend that drives the deer and turkeys WILD! USA MADE! A high-pro...tein, late-season growth attracts wildlife when YOU want them! Perennial Plus is a balanced mix of red and white clovers,... read more

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Formulated specifically for the PNW - East of the Cascade Mountains, Top Choice lawn seed products are the right start to a beauti...ful lawn. Top Choice's quality ingredients are subject to rigorous inspection standards. This allows us to bring you seed that is 99.9-Percent weed free. Top Choice only contains varieties that are selected for your region. Our simple-to-follow directions will produce a lawn that is attractive, durable and easy to maintain. Top Choice is very dependable and satisfaction guaranteed. ?A mixture of 34-Percent Arrowhead Kentucky Blue, 33-Percent Arc Kentucky Blue and 33-Percent Blackjack Kentucky Blue. read more

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

Gardeners used to think of Baptisia as Nature's way of consoling warm-climate gardeners for not being able to grow Lupinus, but 'C...arolina Moonlight' turns that right around! Early blooming, floriferous, and as lovely in foliage as it is in flower, this tough native perennial has reached new heights in hardiness, bloom power, and multi-season appeal! The foliage begins grayish-green in spring, quickly developing long bloomspikes (up to 50 per plant!). While the plant is still growing, the flowers begin, swaying in the late spring breezes on sturdy, very plentiful spikes. A clear yellow that keeps it color well even in unseasonable heat, the blooms continue to arise for 5 weeks or more. As the summer heat arrives, the foliage turns silvery-blue and the plant reaches its mature size of 4 feet tall and wide. Nicely rounded and upright, it manages to convey both a density of foliage and an airy texture.It's tempting to say that 'Carolina Moonlight' thrives in just about any conditions and leave it at that -- but for the record, it laughs at drought, heat, humidity, and cold; it tolerates any garden soil, including heavy clay; it is insect and disease free. You probably could kill it off with heavy shade and terrible drainage, but short of that, you've got yourself a hardy, long-lived, utterly beautiful native plant!'Carolina Moonlight' was developed by Rob Gardner, Curator of Native Plants at the North Carolina Botanical Gardens. (He's the fellow who brought us Baptisia x 'Purple Smoke,' for which we are very grateful!) 'Carolina Moonlight' is the result of crosses between Wild White (B. alba) and Wild Yellow (B. sphaerocarpa) Indigo, and you can see the best of both parents in the offspring: super-hardy growth, abundant blooms, and attractive foliage coloration.If you like the silvery leaf tones, consider planting it among late-blooming Caryopteris 'Longwood Blue', which offers masses of deep blue flowers in late summer. In the sun-soaked garden, it also makes a fine neighbor to Pennisetum and Clethra! Space plants 3 feet apart in full sun and well-drained garden soil of any type. Water well during growth; once established, this plant needs very little attention (but will get plenty from admiring visitors!). Hardy in zones 4 to 9. read more

One of the finest native American perennials, Asclepias brightens the mid- to late-summer sunny garden with massive bloomheads, fo...llowed by handsome seedpods that are unequalled in dried arrangements. Now this coppery-orange species has a bright yellow cousin with the same great drought resistance, free blooming habit, and irresistible appeal to butterflies and bees!'Hello Yellow' is just about the sunniest color we've ever seen outside a Marigold! The 3-inch flowerheads are simply jammed with blooms, and as they open, the butterflies and bees begin arriving. This Asclepias contains an essential food for Monarch butterflies, and apparently everything else with two wings finds it yummy as well!'Hello Yellow' reaches 2 to 2 feet tall and 2 feet wide, a nice size for the mixed border, blazing bed, or patio specimen. Unforgettable in a mass planting, it spreads its glory over many months -- the blooms are followed by seedpods that can be left on the plant (where they dry, sprout "wings," and blow away) or cut for indoor arrangements. The blooms are also good in fresh or dried displays, with good color retention and stiff texture.Like most plants, this Asclepias is happiest in well-drained soils, but it will put up with a lot of hardship, including poor, dry soil and long periods of drought. It needs full sun and plenty of it to reach its peak performance. Hardy just about anywhere in the U.S., from Maine to Georgia. Zones 3-9. read more

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

For fresh color and texture three seasons a year, few plants compare to the Perennial Plant of the Year 2001! This Feather is equally valuable as a quick screen, specimen, foundation planting, or border accent. With deep green foliage, magnificent 5-foot flower plumes, and golden seedheads that last till frost (when they may be cut for lovely dried winter arrangements), Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster' is a carefree sun-lover no garden should be without.The dark, glossy foliage begins in early spring on vertical plants that reach 2 to 3 feet tall (topped in summer by 5-foot flower stems) and 18 to 24 inches wide. Calamagrostis is known as "perpetual motion" grass because the slightest breeze makes its foliage rustle and shimmy--a valuable characteristic in any garden. The blooms arise in early summer, opening a startling pink and quickly maturing to a creamy-ivory shade that lasts many weeks. These are followed by golden seedheads, which narrow and become more distinctive as they mature over fall.'Karl Foerster' is named for the renowned horticulturist who introduced it in 1950, though his original nomenclature for this natural hybrid of C. epigejos and C. arundinacea was C. epigejos 'Hortotum.' Foerster developed it at the Hamburg Botanical Garden, and it reached the United States via Denmark in 1964.Content in full sun to partial shade and any moist but well-drained garden soil, it is virtually carefree once established, tolerating heat, drought, humidity, and unseasonable cold. If planting as a foundation or screen, space the plants about 2 feet apart for solid coverage. Zones 4-9. read more

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

Why can't all wildflowers be as beautiful as bright, hardy Butterfly Flower? Big orange flowerheads burst into bloom in mid- to l...ate summer, attracting every butterfly in the neighborhood to your garden and stealing the show with color so rich it almost glows! This lovely perennial is especially attractive to Monarch butterflies, acting as a nectar source and a host plant, providing a place for the butterflies to lay their eggs. The foliage is lovely, too, extending this Asclepias' beauty beyond bloomtime. Easy to grow, it asks only for sun and plenty of it; it laughs at heat and drought, survives winter unscathed, and is long-lived. It reaches 2 feet tall and about 3 feet wide, with a lush, rangy form that complements other plantings nicely. And the blooms are super for cutting! Zones 3-9. read more

Lamb's ear is best known for its silver, velvety leaves. While the species grows modestly and produces the occasional flower, the ...improved 'Silver Carpet' offers a vigorous habit, trading in blooms for more of those lovely soft leaves! The texture is finer than 'Helene von Stein' and the habit is low, dense, and vigorous. This creeping groundcover is so vigorous, in fact, that in rich soils it can become aggressive, and should be contained in a raised bed or a pot. The leaf power of 'Silver Carpet' is unprecedented! Perfect for the rock garden, this delightful groundcover is drought tolerant once established and thrives in hot, dry spots. It tolerates even rocky or shallow soil, and thankfully deer and rabbit tend to avoid it. This easygoing cultivar tolerates pollution, and is one of few plants that even grows happily near Black Walnut! Plant 'Silver Carpet' in a well-drained location that gets full sun or just a bit of shade. Give it some room and let it creep along the border or amble through the rock garden. It will naturalize on its own, and can also be propagated by cuttings. 1 Quart Container. Zones 4 to 9. read more

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

Certainly one of the most beautiful Fountain Grass cultivars ever developed, this dwarf form offers bright fall foliage changes an...d masses of feathery plumes that turn from soft pink to primrose-yellow to rich tan, remaining on the plant through winter in most climates. Easy to grow and very low maintenance, Cassian deserves a place of honor -- or two! -- in the sunny landscape.Introduced by Kurt Blumel and named for the German plantsman Cassian Schmidt, this Pennisetum reaches just 2 to 3 feet high and not quite as wide at maturity. Its long, arching, pointed leaves are so architectural, adding a dramatic silhouette to any garden (or container) space. And the blooms, when they arise, are light and puffy, shimmying in the breeze on slender but very sturdy stems.The flowers begin in midsummer in most climates, topping olive-green foliage held in a tight, lush mound. By autumn the flowers have turned yellow and their seeds are fodder for the birds, who come to perch elegantly atop the stems and feast. (Good photo opportunities here!) Meanwhile, as the autumn temperatures fall, the leaves acquire bold splashes and streaks of orange and red. Magnificent!And when the rest of the garden is sleeping in winter, Cassian keeps its form and color, remaining vibrant through the gray days of December and January. Cut the final flowers for everlasting arrangements indoors, and prepare for another season of beauty with the arrival of spring! You can shear Cassian back in late winter or leave it be; the new foliage will emerge on top of the old.Like many ornamental grasses, Cassian is quite tolerant of heat, humidity, and drought. Pests and diseases rarely trouble it, and it needs little attention from you to grow and bloom for many years. Rely on it for mass plantings as well as standouts in border and foundation. Zones 5-9. read more

It's the most floriferous Scabiosa yet! From spring until fall, a sea of color rolls over these dwarf 6-inch plants. Big 2-inch bl...ooms of light lavender-blue with wide, frilly golden centers arise on stiff, sturdy 12-inch stems, creating a tidal wave of color that just keeps coming. We've counted 400 blooms over the course of one long bloom season on a single compact plant!And, as its name suggests, 'Butterfly Blue' brings home the butterflies, especially in a large garden planting. Deer tend to leave it alone, and it stands up quite well to environmental stresses such as drought. Generally you will find this Pincushion Flower a very low-maintenance performer!Hardy almost everywhere in the contiguous United States, Scabiosa is a snap to grow in well-drained soil receiving full sun to light shade (in the deep south and west). Native to the Mediterranean, Scabiosa prefers soil on the alkaline side, and can be damaged by excessively wet winter soils. Plants spread about 12 inches wide, so space them a foot apart. The foliage is grayish-green, forming a basal rosette that remains attractive from spring until frost. Zones 3-9. read more

The low, uniform, and well-controlled habit makes this plant look great in rows, along walkways, or in the middle of the border. B...ecause it is a water-lover, it is also well-suited for rain gardens or for landscaping around ponds and streams. Great for cutting, these flowers also add welcome color to the partly-shaded garden. A trouble-free pleasure to grow! This Cardinal Flower is also delightfully maintenance free! This sturdy cultivar has improved branching, giving it an attractive, bushy and columnar form without the need for any pruning or staking. Flowering the first year, these lovely scarlet blooms add spires of color over a long season as well as attracting hummingbirds to sip their nectar. Thankfully, deer tend to avoid it. What a contribution to the sunny garden! Lobelia 'Starship Scarlet' thrives in moist, organic soil, and can even thrive in the damper soil of waterside locations. Very easy to grow, it is hardy as well as colorful! Zones 6 to 10. read more

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

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

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