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PERENNIAL BARE ROOT 2016 C ATA LOGUE

Dicentra 'Valentine' (P)


2016 PERENNIAL BARE ROOT CATALOGUE

Dear valued Darwin Plants customer, We are delighted to present you our 2016 Darwin Plants Bare Root Catalogue refreshed with over 80 new varieties from the world’s leading breeders, keeping you up to date with the latest product innovations. All Darwin Plants varieties have been selected to perform consistently in production, provide great garden performance and look outstanding at retail. So you will find the best cutting-edge genetics as well as tried and true varieties combined with a wide assortment, a reliable supply, and order multiples as low as 25 making this an easy programme for all your bare root needs. Our dedicated and experienced Darwin Plants team provides you great customer service, technical support, on time delivery with the precise number of labels you require and a website providing all information needed. ( www.darwinplants.com ) On behalf of everyone at Darwin Plants, we thank you for your continued business, for choosing Darwin Plants as your bare root perennial supplier, and we wish you a successful 2016 season.

Fred Meiland General Manager

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2016 TABLE OF CONTENTS 3

21-116

Why Darwin Plants Bare Root

2016 Perennial Bare Root Varieties

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117-119

Excellent Varieties for Pot Production

2016 Dahlia Varieties

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120-122

Top Early Blooming Perennials

Cultural Instructions

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USPP & Plant Breeders’ Rights

Ordering Information

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Inside Back Cover

2016 NEW Perennial Bare Root Varieties

Terms & Conditions

Key to Catalogue Symbols

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Quality performers

Full sun

Cut flower

Award Winner

Partial sun

Flowering months

Protected

Shade

Non-Edible Plant

Scented

Zones

Hardiness Growing Zones Eventual garden height


WHY DARWIN PLANTS BARE ROOT? The most comprehensive and creative range of bare root Perennials on the market. All sourced from cutting-edge genetics and breeders around the world. With 26 years experience in this market, Darwin Perennials has built a strong reputation for high quality bare roots, innovative varieties and vast knowledge of its products.

In a matter of just weeks a high quality, premium Perennial is available for sale. Your bare root looks like this...it’s vernalised and ready to flower in the first year. All Darwin products are carefully graded to give consistently high quality and uniform bare roots in every package.

* Bare root sizes will vary from genus to genus and variety to variety.

An inside look at the Darwin Bare Root process

See Us Online! 15cm

Label not shown actual size

http://www.darwinplants.com/site/darwin.asp#movie

All Darwin Perennial bare roots are supported with a large colour pot tag.

Full cultural step-by-step instructions are supplied with every order on how to pot and grow your bare roots for the best possible start.

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Excellent Varieties for Pot Production

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Time to realise your Perennial POTential ! 64 exceptional varieties have been specially selected out of the hundreds of fabulous plants listed in the Darwin perennials range. Their versatile characteristics enable you to access a wider customer base. These perennials are stunning when used in patio containers. They give style to added value and present gift items in a new form. Take the centre stage with this amazing arrangement of show stopping patio perennials. Order your Darwin bare root essentials now! Aconitum fischeri

Astilbe 'Cappucino'

Astilbe 'Diamonds & Pearls'

Astilbe 'Hip Hop'

Astilbe 'Country & Western'


64 EXCELLENT VARIETIES FOR POT PRODUCTION

Astilbe 'Look At Me' Astilbe Younique™ Carmine

Astilbe Younique™ Pink

Astilbe Younique™ Salmon

Astilbe Younique™ Cerise

Astilbe Younique™ Lilac

Astilbe Younique™ Red

Astilbe Younique™ Silvery Pink

Astilbe Younique™ White

Astilbe 'Jump & Jive'

Crocosmia 'Gerbe d’Or '

Crocosmia 'Harlequin'

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Excellent Varieties for Pot Production Dicentra 'Burning Hearts'

Echinacea Sombrero™ Adobe Orange

Echinacea Sombrero™ Hot Coral

Echinacea Sombrero™ Lemon Yellow

Echinacea Sombrero™ Salsa Red

Echinacea Double Scoop™ Mandarin

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Dicentra 'Candy Hearts'

Hemerocallis Fragrant Returns™

Dicentra 'Valentine'

Echinacea Sombrero™ Flamenco Orange

Geranium 'Johnson Blue'

Geranium 'Max Frei'


64 EXCELLENT VARIETIES FOR POT PRODUCTION

Heuchera Carnival Candy Apple

Heuchera Carnival Peach Parfait

Heuchera Carnival Plum Crazy

Heuchera Carnival Silver Streak

Heuchera Carnival Watermelon

Heuchera Carnival Cocomint

Heuchera Carnival Coffee Bean

Heuchera Carnival Fall Festival

Heuchera Carnival Limeade

Heuchera Carnival Rose Granita

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Excellent Varieties for Pot Production Heuchera 'Dark Mystery'

Hosta 'Blue Vision'

Iris Pumilla 'Blue Denim'

Lavatera 'Barnsley Baby'

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Hosta 'Patriot'

Ligularia 'Britt Marie Crawford'

Ligularia 'Little Rocket'


64 EXCELLENT VARIETIES FOR POT PRODUCTION

Monarda Balmy Purple

Monarda 'Pink Lace'

Phlox 'Cosmopolitan'

Perovskia 'Lacy Blue'

Phlox 'Fondant Fancy'

Phlox 'Purple Kiss'

Phlox 'Grenadine Dream'

Rudbeckia 'Pot Of Gold'

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Excellent Varieties for Pot Production Salvia 'Caradonna'

Salvia Lyrical Blues

Silene 'Rolly’s Favourite'

Sedum 'Picolette'

Salvia Lyrical Silvertone

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Sedum 'Red Cauli'

Sedum SunSparkler ® 'Blue Pearl'

Sedum 'Xenox'

Veronica 'First Love'

Veronica 'Twilight'


TOP EARLY BLOOMING PERENNIALS Astilbe Younique™ Series

Iris Pumila 'Brassie'

Bergenia 'Abendglut'/Evening Glow

Mellittis 'Royal Velvet Destinction'

Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

Mertensia virginica

Campanula glomerata 'Genti Blue'

Paeonia 'Alexander Flemming'

Campanula glomerata 'Genti White'

Paeonia 'Kansas'

Dicentra 'Red Fountain'

Polemonium 'Northern Lights'

Dicentra spectabilis

Primula 'Dark Rosaleen'

Epimedium young. 'Roseum'

Primula vialii

Geranium macr. 'Ingwersen's Variety'

Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign'

Geranium sanguin. 'Elke'

Pulmonaria 'Roy Davidson'

Geum 'Flames of Passion'

Silene rob. 'Rolley's Favourite' Astilbe Younique Series

Bergenia 'Abendglut'

Campanula 'Genti White'

Dicentra 'Red Fountain'

Dicentra spectabilis

Brunnera 'Jack Frost'

Campanula 'Genti Blue'

Epimedium 'Roseum'

'Ingwersen’s Variety'

Geranium 'Elke'

Geum 'Flames of Passion'

Iris Pumila 'Brassie'

Melittis 'Royal Velvet Distinction'

Mertensia virginica

Paeonia 'Alexander Fleming'

Paeonia 'Kansas'

Polemonium 'Northern Lights'

Primula 'Dark Rosaleen'

Primula vialii

Pulmonaria 'Blue Ensign'

Pulmonaria 'Roy Davidson'

Silene 'Rolley’s Favourite'

Geranium

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BARE ROOT PERENNIAL Ordering Information

ORDERING For best availability for your desired ship, please order early. Shipment dates cannot be altered after December 1, 2015 Our packing process begins on December 1, so no changes to your order can be made after this date. Although we do accept orders after this deadline, the selection will be more limited and some varieties will be unavailable. An acknowledgment will be faxed or mailed to you as soon as we have processed your order. All orders are subject to crop conditions. We have a long growing season and many unforeseen problems may occur which can damage crops and thereby reduce the amount of plants available. Every effort is made to fulfill orders, but the availability of a particular variety cannot always be guaranteed until we begin shipping. Therefore, we may have to cancel some items from your order at a later date.

POT TAGS United Kingdom & Ireland Pot tags are automatically included with your bareroot order. If you do not wish to receive tags, please clearly specify this information when you send or call in your order. Unless otherwise stated we will send 1 tag per plant.

Rest of the World Pot tags are only shipped upon request. You can request tags for your complete order by checking the relevant box on the order form. Unless otherwise stated we will send 1 tag per plant.

For the following items the tag multiple is one tag per three corms. Convallaria majalis, Crocosmia and Liatris (except for Kobold) Each tag includes full English descriptive information and notes on care and usage.

MULTIPLES Product is packed in multiples of 25, with the following exceptions. Convallaria majalis, Crocosmia and Liatris (not Kobold), multiples of 75. We recommend 3 corms per pot. Lilies, multiples of 50. We recommend 2 to 3 bulbs per pot. Peonies, multiples of 25, 10 or 5. Details are available on the order form.

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New Varieties 2016

Jul- Zones 6-10 Aug

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

70cm

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

'White Lips' hungaricus

Rainbow Series 'Creme de la Creme'

Rainbow Series 'Ending Blue'

Rainbow Series 'Lightning Pink'

• Large Creme flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large pink to blue flat flowerheads • Large strong pink flat flowerheads • Strong stems • Strong stems

• Spikes of Showy pink bracts revealing pure white flowers

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Rainbow Series 'Salmon Queen'

Rainbow Series 'Sparkling Contrast'

Rainbow Series 'Summer Night'

Rainbow Series 'Summerwine'

• Large salmon flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large red with yellow eye flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large soft yellow-creme flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large pink to wine coloured flat flowerheads • Strong stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Rainbow Series 'Tricolor'

Rainbow Series 'White Butterfly'

Rainbow Series 'Yellow Bouquet'

Younique™ Series 'Raspberry'

• Large yellow with red edge flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large white flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large yellow flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Bright raspberry plumes

3040cm

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New Varieties 2016

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series 'Ruby Red' ™

Mar- Zones 4-9 Apr

4050cm

40cm

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

'Cappuccino' arendsii

Dragonfly Series 'Flirt'

Dragonfly™ Series 'Spring Fling'

• Small cute Bergenia with shiny foliage • Deep pink flowers

• Large upright plant with many flowers • Deep pink flowers on purple foliage

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

2530cm

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

4045cm

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

'Green Gold' macrophylla

Satin & Laceâ Series 'Berry Chiffon'

'Li’l Banga Daybreak'

'Li’l Banga Enchanted Eve'

• Lemon Green foliage with blue flowers

• Full upright dark green foliage • White flower with raspberry-red

• Full upright dark green foliage • Bicolor flowers with orange-red center

eye

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

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Mar- Zones 4-9 Apr

25cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) • Pure white flowers • Strong dark foliage

• Ruby Red plumes

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

3040cm

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

3035cm

• Full upright dark green foliage • Yellow flowers with a soft red eye

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

3035cm

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

'Li’l Banga Red Elf'

'Li’l Banga Starlight'

'Polaris'

'Solar Dance'

• Full upright dark green foliage • Deep burgundy red flowers

• Full upright dark green foliage • White flower with burgundy star shaped eye

• Full upright dark green foliage • Pure white flowers

• Strong plant with double yellow flowers


New Varieties 2016

JulAug

Zones 4-9

JulAug

6065cm

6065cm

Zones 4-9

JulAug

Zones 4-9

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

50cm

75cm

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

'Columbus'

'Harlequin'

'Ministar'

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

Highlander Series 'Bolero' (P) elatum

• Large yellow/orange flowers on strong stems

• Flowersbuds are red/orange that open to yellow flowers

• Shorter plant with orange

• Double blue-purple flowers on

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

75cm

75cm

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red flowers

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

strong stems

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

70cm

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Highlander Series 'Cha Cha' (P) elatum

Highlander Series 'Flamenco' (P) elatum

'Sweet Hearts' formosa

'Garden Emotion Inferno'

• Double soft lavender flowers on

• Double purple-red flowers on

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strong stems

Jun- Zones 5-9 Aug

5060cm

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• Blue Grey foliage with soft pink flowers

strong stems

JulSep

Zones 4-9

80cm

• Strong branching plant with deep red single flowers

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

3540cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Sensation Pink'

'Snow Ball' purpurea

'Kaya' macrorrhizum

'Tess' oxonianum

• Rich flowering variety with bright pink flowers

• Well branched variety with white flowers

• Strong plant with striking blue flowers

• Dark foliage with green edges • White flowers

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New Varieties 2016

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

3540cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

55cm

50cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Milou' pratense

'Purple Ghost' pratense

'Burgundy Love'

'Celebration of Angels'

• Dark foliage • White flowers with pink veining

• Purple brown foliage with soft Lavender flowers • Good grower

• Wine colour flowers with yellow

• Creme coloured flowers with dark

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

4555cm

eye zone

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

red eye zone

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

55cm

4550cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Colonel Mustard'

'Daria'

'Hello Screamer'

'Irresistible Charm'

• Soft orange fringed flowers

• Dark purple ruffled flower with yellow edges and eye zone

• Soft pink flower with dark pink to purple center

• Yellow flower with orange/pink

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

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May- Zones 4-8 Jul

4045cm

5560cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

4550cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

2530cm

ruffled edges and eye zone

Zones 3-8

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Purple Flame'

'Shelton Holiday'

• Double dark red flowers

Carnival Series 'Candy Apple'

'Avocado'

• Soft purple flowers with dark purple center and edges

• Strong plant with red/green foliage

6570cm

• Yellow foliage with wide green edge • Sport of Guacamole


New Varieties 2016

Zones 3-8

5055cm

Zones 3-8

4045cm

Zones 3-8

4045cm

Zones 3-8

2530cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Canadian Blue'

'Color Festival'

'El Nino'

'Kiwi Spearmint'

• Intense blue heart shaped leaves • Lily like blooms

• Leaves with white center that

• Intense blue foliage with white edges • Sport of Halcyon

• White leaves with green veining

Zones 3-8

changes to light yellow with dark green margin

3540cm

Zones 3-8

3035cm

Zones 3-8

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

3540cm

7080cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Iris

'Lakeside Paisley Print'

'Magic Island'

'Sandhill Crane'

'Angel Mountain' ensata

• Yellow foliage with green edges • Purple flowers

• Blue grey foliage with creme yellow center

• Narrow green foliage with white edges

(Japanese Iris)

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7080cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7080cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

• Large light blue flowers

7080cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Greywoods Catrina' ensata

'Harlequinesque' ensata

'Beverly Sills' germanica

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Large steel blue flowers

• Large white with purple flowers

• Lacy coral-pink, extremely fast

Iris

Iris

'Christina’s Gown' ensata (Japanese Iris)

• Large blue purple flowers

growing, prolific bloomer

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New Varieties 2016

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

7590cm

'Blue Sapphire' germanica

'Buckwheat' germanica

'Cimarrron Strip' germanica

'Clarence' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Solid blue flowers

• Large yellow flowers

• Salmon and wine red flower

• Whitish standards and sky blue

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

falls, blooms late spring and early fall

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Frappe' germanica

'Immortality' germanica

'Matinata' germanica

'Mission Ridge' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• White to soft pink flowers

• Pure white with lemon-yellow

• Dark blue flowers • Re-bloomer

• White with blue flowers • Re-bloomer

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

beards, rebloomer, blooms early spring and late summer

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

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May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Orange Chariot' germanica

'Pumpkin Cheesecake'

'Rimfire' germanica

'Rosalie Figge' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

germanica (Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Yellow to orange flowers

• White to yellow/brown flower

• Purple brown flower

• Large dark blue flowers • Re-bloomer


New Varieties 2016

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

5560cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Sweet Iris)

'Sea Double' germanica

'Summer Olympics'

'War Chief' germanica

'Albo Variegata' pallida

(Bearded Iris)

germanica (Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Light blue flowers • Re-bloomer

• Yellow standard with yellow edge • Nicely ruffled • Reblooms

• Red, non-fading flowers that add a pop of color with yellow beards • Fragrant!

• Sword like green leaves with white edges • Popular garden plant

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

5560cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

JunJul

Zones 6-10

55cm

Iris (Sweet Iris)

Iris

Iris

Kniphofia (Torch Lily)

'Aureo Variegata' pallida

'Bundle of Joy' sibirica

'Tumble Bug' sibirica

'Slush Puppy'

• Sword like green leaves with yellow edges • Popular garden plant

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

• Double blue flowers

• Semi-double purple flowers

• Compact plant that produces many orange flowers • Good grower

JulAug

Zones 4-8

8090cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

8090cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

5055cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Penstemon (Beardtongue)

Phlox

'Gold Torch'

martagon var. album

'Prairie Twilight'

'Cleopatra' (paniculata)

• Strong plant with bright yellow flowers • Interesting red stems

Size: nr 1, per 25, 1 tag per bulb

• Black upright stems holding clusters of dusky rose-pink flowers

• Mixed colours with soft tones

• White flower with sulphur yellow stamens • Rare to find variety

5560cm

of pink and purple

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New Varieties 2016

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

6070cm

6070cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

5055cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

'Colours of Nature'

'Larissa' (paniculata)

'Rainbow Dancer'

'Bronze Peacock' pinnata

(paniculata)

• Soft pink flowers with dark eye • More mildew resistant

(paniculata)

• Very dark thick foliage with

• Mixed colours with soft tones of pink and purple

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

90100cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

4550cm

• Soft purple flower with pink center • More mildew resistant

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

pink flowers

90100cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

120150cm

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

'Candy Clouds' pinnata

SunSparkler Series 'Blue Pearl'

'Lilac Candice'

'Black Stockings'

• Rich flowering variety with pink flowers

aquilegifolium

• Large pink and white clouds of soft pink flowers • Green foliage

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Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

6070cm

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• Round shaped blue/purple foliage with dark pink flowers • Dark red stems

• Black stems with lacey foliage • Huge clusters of bright lavender flowers


Achillea

Jul- Zones 6-10 Aug

Jul- Zones 6-10 Aug

90cm

Jul- Zones 6-10 Aug

70cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

75cm

60cm

Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches)

Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches)

Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches)

Achillea (Yarrow)

mollis

'White Lips' hungaricus

'Mornings Candle'

• Spikes of showy mauve bracts revealing white flowers • Semi-evergreen foliage

• Spikes of Showy pink bracts revealing pure white flowers

• Very decorative purple flowers with prickly purple foliage • Decorative all the way until fall

Rainbow Series 'Creme de la Creme'

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

• Large Creme flat flowerheads • Strong stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Rainbow Series 'Ending Blue'

Rainbow Series 'Lightning Pink'

Rainbow Series 'Salmon Queen'

Rainbow Series 'Sparkling Contrast'

• Large pink to blue flat flowerheads • Large strong pink flat flowerheads • Large salmon flat flowerheads • Strong stems • Strong stems • Strong stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

• Large red with yellow eye flat flowerheads • Strong stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Rainbow Series 'Summer Night'

Rainbow Series 'Summerwine'

Rainbow Series 'Tricolor'

Rainbow Series 'White Butterfly'

• Large soft yellow-creme flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large pink to wine coloured flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large yellow with red edge flat flowerheads • Strong stems

• Large white flat flowerheads • Strong stems 21


Achillea Achillea millefolium • Broad flat clusters of

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

flat-headed flowers on upright stems with aromatic, finely-cut, fern-like leaves Profuse bloomers

Achillea (Yarrow) • Sprays of non-fading, ruby

red flowers with extra-large white eyes

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

50cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

60cm

Song Siren Series 'Pretty Belinda' millefolium

Song Siren Series 'Pretty Woman' millefolium

• Compact and upright habit • Strongly colored pink flowers

• Non-fading pink blooms highlight the sturdy, upright, well-branched stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

40cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

Song Siren Series 'Laura' millefolium

• Large yellow flat flowerheads • Strong stems

Zones 4-8

40cm

Rainbow Series 'Yellow Bouquet'

JulSep

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

50cm

Song Siren™ Series 'Little Susie' millefolium

• Non-fading, mid pink flowers

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

'Red Velvet' millefolium

'Terracotta' millefolium

• Dark rosy-red flowers that don’t fade • One of the best reds

• Unusual brownish orange

60cm

flowers that fade through shades of golden yellow

Aconitum carmichaelii • Sturdy upright plants • Jun- Zones 3-9 Oct

60cm

Zones 4-8

60cm

Achillea (Yarrow)

Achillea (Yarrow)

'Love Parade' sibirica

'Moonshine'

• Glossy dark green leaves • Blooms are compact, with distinct

• Profusely blooming plants with aromatic foliage • Flat clusters of lemon-yellow

daisy flowers, which fade to almost completely white a few weeks after bloom starts

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JulSep

flowers

with spikes of hooded flowers The leaves are thick and leathery, dark-green in color with a glossy surface, broadly dissected into tri-lobed sections

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Arendsii' carmichaelii

• Large blue flowers • Produces excellent cuts, one of the best Aconitums

100cm


Anemone

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

JulSep

63cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

90cm

Zones 4-8

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

90cm

Aconitum (Monkshood)

Aconitum (Monkshood)

Aconitum (Monkshood)

Aconitum (Monkshood)

fischeri

napellus

'Album' napellus

'Bressingham Spire'

• Shorter plant with spikes of large purple-blue hooded flowers

• Blue flowers and very finely divided foliage

• White flowers and very finely-divided foliage

x cammarum

50cm

• Dark violet-blue hooded flowers on a compact, bushy plant which doesn’t need staking

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

100cm

Jul- Zones 6-9 Aug

100cm

Jul- Zones 6-9 Aug

65cm

80cm

Aconitum (Monkshood)

Aconitum (Monkshood)

Agapanthus (African Lily)

Agapanthus (African Lily)

'Eleonara' x cammarum

'Stainless Steel' x cammarum

'Back in Black'

'Blue Velvet'

• Off-white flowers with a very narrow blue edge

• Steel-blue flowers on loosely branched spikes

• Jet black stems with dark purple-blue flowers which open from near black buds

• Neat clumps of mid to deep

Jul- Zones 6-9 Aug

May- Zones 4-7 Sep

120cm

45cm

May- Zones 4-9 Aug

green foliage, flowers deep violet blue

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

50cm

50cm

Agapanthus (African Lily)

Alchemilla (Lady’s Mantle)

Allium

Anemone (Windflower)

'Headbourne Hybrids'

mollis

'Summer Beauty'

leveillei

• Large rounded umbels of

• Citrus-yellow flowers over a

• Lush green foliage, consistent through the growing season • Nice round, lavender flowers

• Early-blooming species bearing

deep-violet to pale-blue trumpet-shaped flowers

cushion-like bush of rounded, gray-green woolly-textured foliage

appear above the foliage

many smallish, single white flowers, flushed blue on the underside

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Anemone

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

JulAug

50cm

Zones 4-8

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

50cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

90cm

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

'Crispa' hupehensis

'Praecox' hupehensis

'September Charm'

'Glacier' rivularis

• Large, ruffled, crispate foliage which is very decorative even before the flowers appear • Single pink flowers

• Single dark-pink flowers on lower-growing plants • Earlier bloomer

hupehensis

• White flowers with a metalic

• Large, single rose-pink flowers

3040cm

blue colour to the outside of the petals

Anemone tomentosa • The hardiest and most •

vigorous growing of the fall flowering anemones A clump forming perennial with well-branched stems and masses of cup shaped flowers Large, deeply divided, slightly bristly foliage

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

75cm

Aug- Zones 4-8 Oct

88cm

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

'Robustissima' tomentosa

'Andrea Atkinson'

'Honorine Jobert'

• Single china-pink flowers • Hardy, vigorous and very floriferous

• Single, pure white flowers • One of the most vigorous cultivars

• Single, pure white flowers • Very floriferous

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

90cm

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

88cm

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

85cm

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

Anemone (Windflower)

'Königin Charlotte'

'Max Vogel'

'Pamina'

'Whirlwind'

• Large, semi-double, mid pink

• Semi-double pearl-pink flowers • Very vigorous cultivar

• Semi-double lavender-rose

• Semi-double snow-white

flowers

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Aug- Zones 3-8 Sep

flowers

flowers with soft ruffled edges

90cm

85cm


Aster Aralia cordata • An upright herbaceous

• •

perennial plant growing up to 2-3m in height, native to Japan, Korea and eastern China It is known as Udo in Japanese, and also as Japanese Spikenard It is commonly found on the slopes of wooded embankments

Jun- Zones 3-7 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-7 Aug

90cm

100cm

Jun- Zones 3-7 Jul

3045cm

Aralia (Japanese Spikenard)

Aruncus (Goat’s Beard)

Aruncus (Goat’s Beard)

'Sun King' cordata

dioicus

'Johannisfest' dioicus

• Bright gold compound leaves • 2' tall spikes of tiny white flowers followed by black fruit

• A tall plant with neat Astilbe-like foliage and fine feathery plume-shaped panicles of cream-colored flowers

• Small flowers in large plume

Apr- Zones 3-7 Jun

60cm

Apr- Zones 3-7 Jun

75cm

shape which are yellow-white or pure white • Very nice solitaire

Aug- Zones 4-8 Oct

3040cm

Aruncus (Goat’s Beard)

Aruncus (Goat’s Beard)

Aruncus (Goat’s Beard)

Aster (Daisy)

'Kneiffii' dioicus

'Guinea-Fowl' sylvester

'Misty Lace'

'Alice Haslam' dumosus

• Very delicately cut foliage and airy panicles of white flowers • Shorter than the species

• Beautiful foliage with upright flowers for a very nice contrast

• Showy, rich-green, fern-like foliage on red stems with cream flowers

• Masses of large, deep rose

Aug- Zones 4-8 Oct

25cm

AugOct

Zones 3-8

30cm

Aug- Zones 3-8 Oct

30cm

pink flowers with striking, golden-yellow centres

Aug- Zones 4-8 Oct

50cm

Aster (Daisy)

Aster (Daisy)

Aster (Daisy)

Aster (Daisy)

'Apollo' dumosus

'Wood’s Pink' dumosus

'Wood’s Purple' dumosus

'Purple Dome' novae-angliae

• Compact, upright perennial producing clusters of daisy-like, white flower heads in autumn

• Clear light-pink flowers • Compact • Very healthy plants with good resistance to mildew and rust

• Clear light-purple flowers • Compact • Very healthy plants with good resistance to mildew and rust

• Stems of fuzzy, narrow, green

leaves topped in early fall with vivid, wide, shocking purple daisy flowers

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Aster Catalogue Images On request, customers are able to use the images in our catalogue. Images owned by Darwin Plants are free of charge. Please send your image requests to: fvanderveek@darwinplants.com Aug- Zones 3-8 Oct

Aug- Zones 3-8 Oct

75cm

75cm

Aug- Zones 3-8 Oct

45cm

Images owned by Visions

Aster (Daisy)

Aster (Daisy)

Aster (Daisy)

Pictures photography, will

'Marie Ballard' novi-belgii

'Patricia Ballard' novi-belgii

'Royal Ruby' novi-belgii

need to be acquired directly

• Forms a clump with clusters of

• Double, incurved, clear pink flower • Rich red, semi-double blooms heads with yellow centres in and a useful dwarf habit summer and autumn • Vibrant variety, bursting into

fully double, light violet-blue flowers

from Visions Pictures. For more information, visit: www.visionspictures.com

bloom in late summer

Astilbe (False Spirea) Expression Series • Crossing with chinensis types • Thicker and sturdier foliage • Taller than the Music series • Better sun/heat tolerance • Suitable for culture in larger

Jul

pot size

Zones 3-8

100cm

80cm

'Diamonds and Pearls' (P)

• Dark rose-pink flowers • Robust, fast-growing plants

• The most robust white flowered Astilbe chinensis • Dark-green foliage

90cm

JulAug

Zones 3-8

80cm

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

70cm

'Heart and Soul' (P)

'Love and Pride' (P)

'Stand and Deliver' (P)

'To Have and To Hold' (P)

• Pale pink flowers with a

• Attractive young foliage is

• Large, full, bright-pink plumes • Dark-green foliage has curling,

• Dark purple-pink flowers above

lavender-blue sheen most prevalent at dusk and dawn

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Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

70cm

'Alive and Kicking' (P) with strong stems due to chinensis crossing

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

bright green with bronze tinges

toothed edges

glossy dark-green foliage with burgundy tinges


Astilbe

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Astilbe (False Spirea) Music Series The entire collection features strong stems resulting in ease of shipping and a longer retail shelf life. These varieties are known for better heat tolerance and great garden performance.

r Crossing between arendsii and japonica r Special hybridizing for pot culture r Very rich flowering and compact growth habit

r Clear and strong colours

JulAug Zones 3-8

40cm

JulAug Zones 3-8

50cm

JulAug Zones 3-8

'Country and Western' (P)

'Hip Hop' (P)

• A colorful feathery flower with bright puffy pink blooms and shiny deep green foliage

• Light pink plumes with a

JulAug Zones 3-8

70cm

70cm

hot-pink stamen for an amazing contrast

JulAug Zones 3-8

60cm

'Jump and Jive' (P)

'Rhythm and Blues' (P)

'Rock and Roll' (P)

• Fluffy plumes in a bright magenta-pink

• Early summer bloomer, with bright

• Stocky white flowers on red

or purple-red shade, over a mound of elegant, lacy green leaves

raspberry-pink plumes that contrast nicely with the dark green foliage

stems above very dark green foliage with a bronze tint

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Astilbe

Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique™ Series Range of eight colours which all flower at the same time and have the same height. Increased disease resistance and a more compact, rounded habit on all of the members of this new series. The forcing time for early pot production is two weeks less than other major cultivars!

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

3040cm

Younique Carmine (P) ™

• Fuchsia-red plumes

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

3040cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

3040cm

• Cherry-red plumes

3040cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Younique Pink (P)

Younique Raspberry (P) Younique Red (P)

• Lavender-pink plumes

• Bright pink plumes

• Bright raspberry plumes

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

3040cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

3040cm

3040cm

3040cm

Younique Cerise (P)

Younique Lilac (P) ™

• Red plumes

3040cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

3040cm

Younique Ruby Red (P)

Younique Salmon (P)

Younique Silvery Pink

Younique White (P)

• Ruby Red plumes

• Salmon to light pink plumes

(P)

• White plumes

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Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

• Silver to light pink plumes


Astilbe Astilbe chinensis • Sturdy, solidly fluffed, • •

slender branching flower panicles Deeply incised, rough-textured dark or bronze-green foliage This tough species is more sun and drought-tolerant than other Astilbes

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

40cm

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

30cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Chocolate Shogun' (P)

'Little Vision in Pink' (P)

'Pumila' chinensis

chinensis

chinensis

• Dark chocolate foliage creates a great contrast with pink flowers

• Sturdy, upright plumes of strong, pink flowers above rich-green foliage, more sun tolerant

• Purple-pink flower plumes in

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

75cm

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

65cm

a short, cone-like shape

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Visions' (P) chinensis

'Vision Inferno' (P) chinensis

'Vision in Pink' (P) chinensis

'Vision in Red' (P) chinensis

• Sturdy, thick-fluffed, bright mauve plumes and robust dark-green foliage

• Large dense pink-white plumes positioned well above the foliage

• Strong-pink flowers and rich-green foliage

• Purple-red flowers opening from deep-red buds • Red stems and dark bronze-green foliage

arendsii hybrids • This group contains

plants with a great variety of sizes, colors and flowering times

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Jul

Zones 3-8

80cm

Jun

Zones 3-8

60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Vision in White' chinensis

'Brautschleier' arendsii

'Burgundy Red' arendsii

• Conical plumes of long-lasting white flowers over deep-green foliage with hints of bronze

• Pure white plumes, long, wide and loosely clustered

• Long-lasting deep-red flowers – very good color • Glossy deep-green foliage 29


Astilbe

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

4050cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Cappuccino' arendsii

'Darwin’s Dream' arendsii

'Deutschland' arendsii

'Fanal' arendsii

• Pure white flowers • Strong dark foliage

• Deep-pink flowers in dense plumes • Shiny, dark-green foliage • Produces many flowers

• Short, compact, creamy white plumes • Good for forcing

• Very dark maroon-red flowers • Deep green foliage

japonica hybrids • A group of hybrids • Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Flamingo' (P) arendsii

'Rheinland' arendsii

• Long, arching flamingo-pink plumes, drooping gracefully over handsome glossy green foliage

• Profuse pink bloomer with short, full plumes

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

30

75cm

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

resulting from crosses with A. japonica This is a short species with narrow, sharply toothed, glossy dark green foliage and pyramidal shaped plumes

Jun

Zones 3-8

60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Ellie' japonica

• Very full and large pure-white

plumes that fade to green rather than brown • The best white variety

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Lollypop' japonica

'Montgomery' japonica

'Peach Blossom' japonica

'Red Sentinel' japonica

• Short and full pale pink flower plumes with a white sheen • Red-stemmed, glossy green foliage

• Dark-red flowers in dense plumes

• Light salmon-pink, short and narrow compact plumes

• Full, intense-red plumes


Astrantia simplicifolia hybrids • A group that originated

from crosses between arendsii hybrids and A. simplicifolia; a compact species with shiny bronze-tinged foliage and short, broad, pyramidal plumes with a tendency to hang over the plant

Aug Zones 3-8

JulAug

30cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Zones 3-8

Jul

40cm

Zones 3-8

40cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Darwin’s Snow Sprite'

'Hennie Graafland'

'Pink Lightning' (P)

simplicifolia

simplicifolia

simplicifolia

• Loosely formed, small, white plumes

• Pale-rose flowers in loose plumes over dark-green foliage

• Very dark foliage and light pink plumes

thunbergii hybrids • Hybrids resulting from

Aug

Zones 3-8

30cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Sprite' simplicifolia

• Pale rose plumes and bronze green foliage

crosses with A. thunbergii, a species originating in Japan and China It grows rather tall with loosely branched, drooping plumes and red flower stalks

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

88cm

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

45cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'Straussenfeder' thunbergii

'Look at Me' (P)

• Deep dusty-rose flowers in long, drooping plumes

• Amazing contrast between the pink blooms and red stems

Astrantia major • Clump-forming • JulAug

Zones 3-8

60cm

Jul- Zones 3-8 Aug

60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)

Astilbe (False Spirea)

'New Wave' (P)

'Spotlight' (P)

• Dark shiny green foliage • The plumes have a deep and consistent pink color on a dark stem

• Dark-colored foliage, light pink-colored flowers

perennials with masses of palm-shaped leaves Wiry stems rise above the foliage canopy, each tipped with a rounded flower head set in a cup of bracts Excellent cut flowers

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

70cm

Astrantia (Masterwort) Star Series 'Roma' (P) major

• Large silver-pink flower heads cupped in fine bracts

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Astrantia

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

75cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

50cm

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Star Series 'Star of Beauty' (P) major

Star Series 'Star of Billion' (P) major

Star Series 'Star of Fire' (P) major

Star Series 'Star of Royals' (P) major

• Large flower, dark stems,

• A compact variety with a hint of

• Two-tone bracts form a white • Airy plants topped with beautiful, centre with deep dusty-purple tips glossy green-and-white blooms Flowers are also white and purple Flowers all summer long! • •

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

70cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

60cm

dark-red flower

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

white and pink-red in the flower

55cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

60cm

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Astrantia (Masterwort)

Star Series 'Super Star' major

'Midnight Owl' major

'Ruby Wedding' major

'Venice' (P) major

• Very large purple-red flowers • Good upright habit

• Dark red flower heads • Reblooms in late summer/fall

• Exceptionally dark red flowers • Plants have a good upright habit

• Pale purple flowers are surrounded by off-white bracts

Athyrium filix-femina • Large, vigorous-growing

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yet graceful looking fern with large, arching, rich-green, finely feather-cut fronds Frond size 30x12" (75x30cm)

Zones 4-8

75cm

Zones 4-8

50cm

Zones 4-8

30cm

Athyrium (Lady Fern)

Athyrium (Lady Fern)

Athyrium (Lady Fern)

'Lady in Red' filix-femina

niponicum var. pictum

'Ursula’s Red' niponicum

• Green fronds with burgundy-red stems

• Metallic gray-green foliage linked by purple-red rachis

• Silvery fronds with a red-tinged central stripe


Bergenia

Zones 6-9

80cm

Zones 4-8

JunJul Zones 5-10

75cm

35cm

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

40cm

Athyrium (Lady Fern)

Athyrium (Lady Fern)

Belamcanda (Leopard Flower) Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

vidalii

'Ghost'

'Freckle Face' chinensis

• Graceful fern with an open habit • New growth has a red flush

• Silver-gray fronds • Vigorous, easy-to-grow hybrid

• Loose clusters of pale-orange

Mar- Zones 4-9 Apr

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

25cm

flowers brightly decorated with red spots • Shiny black seeds after flowering

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

40cm

40cm

Dragonfly™ Series 'Angel Kiss'

• Soft, sweet, semi double, white to pink flowers in great abundance • Winter foliage is very dark

Mar- Zones 4-9 Apr

40cm

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Dragonfly™ Series 'Flirt'

Dragonfly™ Series 'Pink'

Dragonfly™ Series 'Sakura'

Dragonfly™ Series 'Spring Fling'

• Small cute Bergenia with shiny foliage • Deep pink flowers

• Narrow leaves, with brilliant

• Compact habit like ‘Pink

• Large upright plant with many flowers • Deep pink flowers on purple foliage

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

purple winter color, erupt in luscious bright pink flowers

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

30cm

Dragonfly’ but with double to semi-double pink flowers

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

40cm

40cm

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

40cm

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

'Abendglut'

'Bach'

'Eroica'

'Lunar Glow'

• Evergreen with glossy, leathery,

• Glossy red-flushed winter foliage • Sugar-pink flowers when mature

• Green foliage overlaid in shades

• Traditional bold, evergreen

rounded leaves colored an attractive red shade • Dark red flowers in spring

of copper-red, and many leaves edged in bright red • Rich pink flowers on red stems

leaves in addition to lovely dark pink flowers in the spring and burgundy red leaves in winter

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Bergenia

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

3040cm

30cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

35cm

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

'Magic Giant'

'Bressingham White'

macrophylla

'Alexander’s Great' (P)

• Huge, purple-tinted leaves which turn purple-bronze in winter • Rosy-pink flowers on red stem

• Early blooming pure white flowers • Shiny dark green foliage

• Heart-shaped leaves, dark green macrophylla with bubbly, rough-textured surface • Forms a gigantic mound of very large, heart-shaped, heavily • Sprays of small, purple-blue silvered leaves flowers in early spring

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

30cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

2530cm

30cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

30cm

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

'Emerald Mist' (P)

'Green Gold' macrophylla

'Hadspen Cream' macrophylla

'Henry’s Eyes' macrophylla

macrophylla

• Lemon Green foliage with blue flowers

• Leaves variegated with creamy-white margins • Blue flowers

• Green leaves and light blue

• Sport of ‘Jack Frost’ with more silver barring

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

30cm

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

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Apr- Zones 4-8 May

40cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

30cm

flowers, early bloomer

35cm

Mar- Zones 3-7 May

30cm

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

'Jack Frost' (P) macrophylla

'King’s Ransom' (P)

'Looking Glass' (P)

'Mr. Morse' (P) macrophylla

• Large silver leaves with green veins • Blue flowers

macrophylla

macrophylla

• Wide, creamy yellow margin and light cream frosting over the remainder of the silver leaves

• All silver, shiny leaved sport of B. 'Jack Frost' • Blue flowers

• Large silver leaves and green veins • White flowers instead of blue


Campanula Campanula • Intense violet-purple

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

1530cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

30cm

flowers, massed in rounded clusters of up to 15 flowers, appearing as one giant bloom from a distance Excellent as a border plant

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

40cm

Campanula (Bellflower)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)

'Silver Heart' (P) macrophylla

'Variegata' macrophylla

'Freya' (P) glomerata

• Similar to ‘Looking Glass’ although this new selection has much thicker, non-melting foliage and deep blue flowers

• Variegated leaves with large, clear white edges • Lilac Forget-Me-Not-like flowers

• Intense violet-purple flowers,

massed in rounded clusters of up to 15 flowers

Campanula lactiflora • Upright perennial with

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

35cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

35cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

5060cm

Campanula (Bellflower)

Campanula (Bellflower)

Campanula (Bellflower)

Genti Blue glomerata

Genti White glomerata

'Twisterbell' (P)

• Extremely compact and sturdy plants with intense blue flowers

• Extremely compact and sturdy plants with deep flowers in clear white colour

• Produces unique blue and white

toothed mid-green leaves up to 4" (10cm) long Conical panicles of open bell-shaped flowers up to 1" (2.5cm) across are borne late spring until late summer

bicolour flowers, profuse bloomer with large terminal clusters of blue flowers

Campanula trachelium • A dependable,

Jul- Zones 3-8 Sep

100cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

6075cm

Campanula (Bellflower)

Campanula (Bellflower)

hardy species with loose racemes of bell-shaped flowers on rough-textured upright stems of bristly foliage

Jun- Zones 3-8 Aug

60cm

Campanula (Bellflower)

'Border Blues' (P) lactiflora

'Royal Wedding' siberica

'Bernice' trachelium

(Milky Bellflower)

(Siberian Bellflower)

(Siberian Bellflower)

• Improvement of ‘Prichard’s Variety’ • Deep violet flowers

• Strong stems of intense blue flowers, mid to deep green foliage

• Double, purple blue flowers • Strong and easy to grow 35


Campanula

JulSep

Zones 5-9

60cm

Jun- Zones 5-8 Aug

2536cm

Jun- Zones 5-9 Sep

40cm

Jun- Zones 5-9 Aug

40cm

Campanula (Bellflower)

Campanula (Bellflower)

Campanula (Bellflower)

Campanula (Bellflower)

'Kent Belle'

'Pink Octopus' (P)

'Purple Sensation' (P)

'Sarastro'

• Sturdy, upright plant with 2" glossy purple bell-shaped flowers

• Beautiful narrow pink petals form fascinating octopus-like flowers on strong stems

• Very dark purple flowers opening from near black buds

• Fragrant, dark violet-blue bell-shaped flowers • Similar to ‘Kent Belle’ but shorter with better branching

Jun- Zones 5-9 Aug

40cm

75cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

JulAug

Zones 3-9

35cm

Campanula (Bellflower)

Centaurea (Cornflower)

Centaurea (Cornflower)

Centaurea (Cornflower)

'Silver Bells'

atropurpurea

'Alba' montana (Mountain Bluet)

'Black Sprite' montana

• Eye-catching, purple-red foliage cast with a lustrous sheen gives rise to beautiful deep red stems and soft pink flowers

• Deep red, feathery flowers opening from bronze, scaly buds on branched stems • Re-blooms if deadheaded

• Cornflower-like white flowers

(Mountain Bluet)

May- Zones 3-9 Jul

40cm

Centaurea (Cornflower)

36

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

75cm

• This hybrid is simply striking with purplish black flowers!

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

5090cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Aug

3060cm

Centaurea (Cornflower)

Centaurea (Cornflower)

Centaurea (Cornflower)

'Jordy' montana (Mountain Bluet)

'Purple Heart' montana

'Breeders Mix'

'Cara Mia'

• Unique deep maroon flowers on bushy plants about 2ft tall • Silver-green leaves

(Mountain Bluet)

• Mix of beautiful colors

• Bold pink flowers that emerge

• White ray flowers with purple centers • Unique bi-color variety

from fuzzy brown and black buds over a long period in summer


Cimicifuga Cimicifuga racemosa • Handsome, loosely

Aug- Zones 4-9 Sep

JulSep

60cm

Zones 3-7

25cm

Chelone (Turtlehead)

Chelone (Turtlehead)

obliqua

'Ieniemienie' obliqua

• Contrasting deep colors • Tough, dark-green, serrate-edged leaves • Deep-pink hooded flowers

• Extremely short variety, excellent for groundcover and easy grower

bushy plants, with sets of deeply cut, serrate-edged, oblong-oval leaflets Long, narrow, bottlebrush-like racemes of fragrant white flowers in mid-late summer

Jun- Zones 3-8 Sep

130cm

Cimicifuga (Bugbane) racemosa

• Fragrant white flowers • Green foliage

Cimicifuga ramosa • Taller varieties than

Aug- Zones 3-8 Sep

150cm

Cimicifuga (Bugbane) racemosa var.cordifolia

racemosa are considered even more attractive Long, dense, upwardfacing, bottlebrush-like racemes of fragrant flowers late in summer

Sep- Zones 3-8 Oct

• White flower spikes • Flowers later than the species • Fewer but larger leaflets

150cm

Aug- Zones 3-8 Oct

Cimicifuga (Bugbane)

Cimicifuga (Bugbane)

'Atropurpurea' ramosa

'Brunette' ramosa

• Ivory-white flowers • Purple-green foliage and stems flushed with green

• Pinky-white flowers and

150cm

dark-purple foliage

Cimicifuga simplex • Later flowering than the

Aug- Zones 3-8 Oct

150cm

Aug- Zones 3-8 Sep

150cm

Cimicifuga (Bugbane)

Cimicifuga (Bugbane)

'Pink Spike' ramosa

'Queen of Sheba' (P) ramosa

• Pale pink flowers and dark bronze-purple foliage

• Dark-colored leaves; freely flowering habit; white-colored flowers arranged on pendulous racemes

other species and more adaptable to less favorable soils Looser-formed than C.ramosa. Long, dense, upward-facing, bottlebrush-like racemes of fragrant flowers

Sep- Zones 3-8 Oct

125150cm

Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Black Negligee' simplex

• One of the blackest forms to date

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Cimicifuga Convallaria majalis • White, waxy, bell-shaped • Sep- Zones 3-8 Oct

130cm

JulSep

Zones 3-8

120cm

flowers on arching stems Upright elliptic foliage, useful as ground cover Small planting pips

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

15cm

Cimicifuga (Bugbane)

Clematis

Convallaria (Lily of the Valley)

'White Pearl' simplex

'China Purple' heracleifolia

majalis

• White flowerspikes • Pale green leaves • Spectacular,especially in large groups

• Small, reflexed, tubular purple flowers • Non-climber, sub-shrub

• Fragrant white bell-shaped flowers • Shipped in multiples of 75

Coreopsis verticillata • Bushy perennial with

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

15cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

15cm

• •

4045cm

Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) Coreopsis (Tickseed) 'Prolificans' majalis

'Rosea' majalis

• Sought-after double flowered form • Fragrant

• Fragrant pale-pink flowers

daisy-like flowers and thread-like, finely divided foliage Drought resistant Flowers long and profusely

Satin & Laceâ Series 'Berry Chiffon'

• Full upright dark green foliage • White flower with raspberry-red eye

JulSep

38

Zones 4-9

45cm

JulSep

Zones 4-9

30cm

JulSep

Zones 4-9

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

30cm

4045cm

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

'Moonbeam' verticillata

'Tweety' (P) verticillata

'Zagreb' verticillata

'Li’l Banga Daybreak'

• Smaller lemon-yellow flowers

• Bright yellow, very short and winterhardy variety

• A cushioned nest of incredibly fine thread-like foliage, netted in shining canary-yellow flowers

• Full upright dark green foliage • Bicolor flowers with orange-red center


Crocosmia

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

4045cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

4045cm

3035cm

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

'Li’l Banga Enchanted Eve'

'Li’l Banga Red Elf'

'Li’l Banga Starlight'

'Polaris'

• Full upright dark green foliage • Deep burgundy red flowers

• Full upright dark green foliage • White flower with burgundy star

• Full upright dark green foliage • Pure white flowers

• Full upright dark green foliage • Yellow flowers with a soft red eye

shaped eye

Crocosmia hybrids • Large, lily-shaped

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

3035cm

Coreopsis (Tickseed) 'Solar Dance'

• Strong plant with double yellow flowers

JulAug

Zones 4-9

38cm

flowers that appear along arching stems that rise through clumped, sword-shaped foliage Available in multiples of 75 Recommend three corms per pot

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

JulAug

Zones 4-9

4560cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

6065cm

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

'Carmine Brilliant'

'Columbus'

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

• Narrow foliage and sprays of carmine-pink flowers opening from bright red buds

• Large yellow/orange flowers on

JulAug

40cm

Zones 5-9

strong stems

50cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

6065cm

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

'Emily McKenzie'

'George Davidson'

'Gerbe d’Or'

'Harlequin'

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 6-up

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

• Shorter plants with golden-orange flowers with deep-red markings

• Dwarf plants with yellow flowers and narrow grass-like foliage

• Shorter plants with warm-yellow flowers and bronze-green foliage

• Flowersbuds are red/orange that open to yellow flowers

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Crocosmia

Aug- Zones 4-9 Oct

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

50cm

125cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

50cm

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

'Honey Angels'

'Limpopo' (P)

'Lucifer'

'Ministar'

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 10+

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

• Lance shaped green leaves and yellow flowers with cream throats

• Pinkish-orange blooms in tight clusters that last well

• Double rows of orange-red, lily-like flowers along arching dark-bronze stems

• Shorter plant with orange

Crocosmia (Montbretia)

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

7590cm

Apr- Zones 4-7 May

May- Zones Jun 3-7

75cm

red flowers

May- Zones Jun 3-7

100cm

100cm

Darmera (Umbrella Plant)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

'Okavango' (P)

peltata (syn. Peltiphyllum peltatum)

per 75, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

• Large, rounded clusters of

Highlander Series Blueberry Pie (P)

Highlander Series Chrystal Delight (P)

• Deep lilac in colour with a green

• Pale lilac with green centre and

Crocosmia (Montbretia) • Large orange-salmon-peach flowers held together in tight clusters

May- Zones Jun 3-7

red-centered, blush-white flowers rise on thick stalks before the clumped foliage

May- Zones Jun 3-7

100cm

®

®

centre and a blue tint to the rear petals

May- Zones Jun 3-7

100cm

100cm

is the frilliest

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

75cm

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Highlander Series Moon Light (P)

Highlander Series Morning Sunrise (P)

Highlander Series Sweet Sensation (P)

Highlander Series 'Bolero' (P) elatum

• Frilly blooms of bright

• Double blue-purple flowers on

®

®

• Pale lilac, barely bordered with blue, • White with a green centre with green centre, flower spike 16"/40cm tall by 4"/10cm wide

40

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

7590cm

®

mauve-purple, kissed with blue-green

®

strong stems


Delphinium elatum hybrids • Long, broad racemes

of flowers above large, deeply divided orbicular leaves

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

75cm

Jun- Zones 5-8 Aug

75cm

100cm

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Highlander Series 'Cha Cha' (P) elatum

Highlander Series 'Flamenco' (P) elatum

'Coral Sunset' (P) elatum

• Double soft lavender flowers on

• Double purple-red flowers on

®

®

strong stems

Jun- Zones Aug 3-8

• Large, full, conical spires of coral-orange flowers

strong stems

Jun- Zones Aug 3-8

120cm

Jun- Zones Aug 3-8

90cm

Jun- Zones Aug 4-8

75cm

100cm

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

'Darwin’s Blue Indulgence' (P)

'Darwin’s Pink Indulgence' (P)

'Indigo Indulgence'

'La Boheme'

• Triple-layered rich blue flowers

• Triple-layered, dusty pink flowers • Plants are a little shorter

• Triple-layered, rich purple flowers • Plants are a little shorter

• Violet-blue buds open into double

Catalogue Images

New and exciting colors by renowned breeder Ben van Tol. Shorter varieties with strong stems, more mildew resistance and outstanding performance!

white flowers with green flushes and dramatic purple and blue markings

On request, customers are able to use the images in our catalogue. Images owned by Darwin Plants are free of charge. Please send your image requests to: fvanderveek@darwinplants.com May- Zones Jun 3-8

Jun- Zones Aug 3-8

60cm

100cm

Images owned by Visions

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Delphinium (Larkspur)

Pictures photography, will

'Tessa' (P)

'Wishful Thinking' (P)

need to be acquired directly

• Short, strong stems, mildew

• Large double lavender flowers with blue edges • Strong plants with good resistance

For more information, visit:

resistant and deep blue flowers

from Visions Pictures. www.visionspictures.com

to mildew

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Dicentra

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Old Fashioned Bleeding Heart Heart-shaped flowers hung along arching stems, overlooking a vigorous growth of deeply-lobed foliage.

Apr- Zones 3-9 May

Apr- Zones 3-9 May

75cm

Apr- Zones 3-9 May

60cm

75cm

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

'Alba' spectabilis

'Gold Heart' (P) spectabilis

spectabilis

• Broad, white, heart-shaped flowers along arching stems

• Pink hearts hung along arching stems, overlook a bushy growth of unusually colored golden-yellow, deep-lobed foliage

• Broad, deep-pink, heart-shaped flowers along arching stems

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Western Bleeding Heart Bunches of heart-shaped flowers hung from arching stems over finely cut, fern-like foliage. The inner petals are only slightly protruding.

May- Zones 3-8 Aug

35cm

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Adrian Bloom' formosa

• Ruby-red flowers, blue-green foliage • Roots 3-5 eye

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

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30cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

May- Zones 3-8 Jul

30cm

30cm

May- Zones 3-8 Aug

30cm

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

'Aurora' formosa

'Bacchanal' formosa

'Sweet Hearts' formosa

'Luxuriant' formosa

• White flowers and grayish foliage • Very vigorous • Roots 3-5 eye

• Dark red flowers • Large, grayish foliage • Roots 3-5 eye

• Blue Grey foliage with soft

• Cerise-pink flowers, spring-green foliage • Very vigorous • Roots 2-3/3-5 eye

pink flowers


Digitalis

May- Zones 3-8 Aug

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra

'Amore Rose' (P)

(Bleeding Heart)

• Bright rose pink flowers crowd over the lacy blue-green foliage to greet you in the garden

May- Zones Aug 3-8

25cm

Mar- Zones 3-9 Sep

Apr- Zones Oct 3-9

25cm

25cm

'Burning Hearts' (P)

• Rich flowering with gray-green foliage and dark red flowers • Grape-scented plants

Apr- Zones 3-8 May

25cm

Mar- Zones 3-9 Sep

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

'Candy Hearts' (P)

'Ivory Hearts' (P)

• Dark-rose flowers over robust blue-green foliage • Continously re-blooms • Roots 2-3 eye

• White flowers over robust blue-green foliage • Continuously re-blooms • Roots 2-3 eye

Apr- Zones 3-9 Oct

2530cm

30cm

Apr- Zones 3-9 May

25cm

75cm

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)

'King of Hearts'

'Love Hearts' (P)

'Red Fountain' (P)

'Valentine' (P)

• Rich rosy-pink flowers over a long season • Roots 2-3 eye

• Pure white heart shaped blooms lined with purple • Blue-green, fern-like foliage

• Rich flowering with green-gray foliage • Upright, dark red flowers • Roots 2-3 eye

• Heart-shaped, red flowers, dark gray-green foliage • Roots 2-3 / 3-5 eye

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

4560cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

60cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

90120cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

90120cm

Digitalis (Foxglove)

Digitalis (Foxglove)

Digitalis (Foxglove)

'Café Crème' lanata

'Milk Chocolate' parviflora

'Camelot Lavender' purpurea 'Camelot Rose' purpurea

• Unusual pearly-grey flowers with bronze-yellow purplish tinted tubes on dark-green foliage

• Elegant flower spikes covered in small chocolate trumpets circling each stem

• Tall spikes of soft lavender-mauve • Unique selection of Foxglove,

bells, each spotted inside with maroon purple • Buds begin a creamy-yellow colour

Digitalis (Foxglove) bearing tall spikes of glowing rose-pink bells, each spotted inside with maroon purple

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Digitalis Disporum cantoniense • Clumps of strong,

upright, olive green stems with little clusters of long, bell shaped flowers in late spring

JulAug

Zones 4-9

90120cm

June Zones 6-9

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

20cm

4560cm

Digitalis (Foxglove)

Disporopsis

Disporum (Yellow Fairy Bells)

'Pam’s Split'

(Evergreen Solomo’s Seal)

flavens

purpurea

• Shorter and multi-stemmed, white blooms with speckled throats • Unusual ‘split petal’ effect, slightly ruffled look

June Zones 5-8

pernyi

• Dark (ever) green foliage with pure white flowers

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

30100cm

• Emerges gracefully in early mid

spring with stiff stalks adorned with apple green leaves and nodding lemon yellow bells in May

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

25cm

30cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

50cm

Disporum (Fairy Bells)

Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) Dodecatheon (Shooting Star)

'Green Giant' (P) cantoniense

jeffreyi

meadia

'Aphrodite' (P) meadia

• Bamboo-like stems and evergreen • Very decorative berries in the Fall/Winter • Year round attractive plant!

• Purple-pink, reflex-petaled flowers on stiff, slightly sticky stems, above small clump-forming rosettes of long oval leaves

• Loose umbels of lilac-pink, reflex-petaled flowers on stiff stems, above small clump-forming rosettes of long oval leaves

• Robust plants with larger flowers

Japanese Shield Fern • Evergreen, clump-

forming, slowly spreading fern with long, glossy, deeply cut fronds New growth emerges coppery-green, maturing to deep green by summer and to russet in the fall

Zones 4-9

Dryopteris (Wood Ferns) 'Brilliance' erythrosora (Japanese Shield Fern)

• New spring fronds emerge bright copper-orange

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JulSep

35cm

Zones 4-8

70cm

Echinacea (Coneflower) ™

JulSep

Zones 4-8

85cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Big Sky Series 'Harvest Moon' (P)

Big Sky™ Series 'Sundown' (P)

• Rich golden-yellow petals around an orange cone • Flowers have overlapping petals

• Fragrant, intense orange flowers • Plant is taller than ‘Sunset’ with a larger number of smaller flowers


Echinacea Echinacea Double Scoop Series • New Double Echinaceas • Well-branched plants JulAug

Zones 4-8

80cm

Echinacea (Coneflower) ™

Big Sky Series 'Sunrise' (P)

• Sunny-yellow petals around a

green cone, which turns yellow

• • •

have reliable finishing Double flower form and richly flowering Plant has clean foliage, suitable in very hardy zone Will stand out in any garden

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

7075cm

7075cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Double Scoop Series Bubble Gum (P)

Double Scoop Series Cranberry (P)

• Magenta pink

• Deep cranberry shade

Echinacea Sombrero Series • Very well-branched Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5660cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

7075cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

7075cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Double Scoop™ Series 'Mandarin' (P)

Double Scoop Series Orangeberry (P)

Double Scoop Series Raspberry (P)

• Non-fading, bright, tropical orange colour • First year flowering!

• Hot orange and red bicolour

• Vibrant, raspberry pink

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5660cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5560cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5560cm

• •

series is great for first year-flowering programs Sturdy, compact plants make a great presentation Very well-branched plants are floriferous, bright, rich colours

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5560cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Sombrero Series 'Adobe Orange' (P)

Sombrero Series Flamenco Orange (P)

Sombrero Series Hot Coral (P)

Sombrero Series Lemon Yellow (P)

• A well-matched, bright pumpkin

• Rich, deep orange

• Bright, coral-orange

• Bright, lemon-yellow

orange addition to the series

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Echinacea Echinacea purpurea • Large 5" (13cm),

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5560cm

5560cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Sombrero Series Salsa Red (P)

Sombrero Series Sandy Yellow (P)

• Rich, deep red

• Bright, light yellow

JulAug

Zones 3-8

65cm

JulAug

Zones 3-8

JulSep

Zones 4-9

60cm

Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Doppeldecker' purpurea

• A second layer of purple petals forms on the top of the cone

75cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Jun- Zones 4-9 Oct

50cm

80cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

'Fatal Attraction' (P)

'Green Envy' (P) purpurea

'Green Jewel' (P) purpurea

'Hot Summer' (P) purpurea

purpurea

• Unique in both color and form • Broad lime-green petals flushed red towards the base around a green cone

• Green petals around a large green cone • Large, fragrant flowers.

• Flower color changes from orange to deep red • Strong flowerstems

• Rich purple-pink flowers on strong black stems Intense flower color •

JulAug

Zones 3-8

45cm

JulAug

Zones 3-8

88cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

50cm

Zones 4-9

50cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

'Kim’s Knee High' (P)

'Razzmatazz' (P) purpurea

'Virgin' (P) purpurea

'Evening Glow' (P)

purpurea

• Fragrant purple-pink flowers with a large, fully double, pom-pom like head of petals in place of the cone • The first fully-double Echinacea

• Pure-white with a green cone • Large, fragrant flowers with a double row of non-drooping petals have an attractive, full appearance

• Yellow with orange center, single

• Dwarf with mauve-pink petals drooping back around a burned-red center 46

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

daisy-like flowers on a vigorous, upright plant with lance-shaped, dark green leaves Flowers have lilac-pink petals drooping back around a dark red ‘pincushion’ center

flower


Epimedium

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

JulSep

70cm

Zones 4-9

60cm

JulSep

Zones 4-9

JulSep

75cm

Zones 4-9

6075cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

'Garden Emotion Inferno'

'Greenline' (P)

'Irresistible' (P)

'Orange Passion' (P)

• Double green with white petals

• Orange red, double flower,

• Brilliant orange cone flower which

• Strong branching plant with deep red single flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

Jun- Zones 5-9 Aug

25cm

5060cm

dark green foliage; 3" flowers

JulSep

Zones 4-8

makes a compact bush, producing many large fragrant flowers

JulSep

4560cm

Zones 4-8

95cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

Echinacea (Coneflower)

'Piccolino' (P)

'Sensation Pink'

'Summer Samba' (P)

'Summer Sun' (P)

• The first compact floriferous dwarf double Echinacea Fully • double pink flowers, re-blooming

• Rich flowering variety with bright pink flowers

• Large double red flowers with hints of orange

• Flowers open red-orange and

Epimedium perralchicum • Spiny, evergreen leaves

Epimedium grandiflorum • Vigorous, sprawling,

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

30cm

clump-forming plant of oval leaflets held together with wiry stems Loose sprays of little ‘winged’ flowers

lighten to golden-orange as the season progresses

• Apr- Zones 4-9 May

with a reddish tint Robust species that tolerates dry conditions

20cm

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

rubrum

'Lilafee' grandiflorum

• Mid-green, heart-shaped leaves, tinged with red when young, turning pale-green in summer and coppery-red and yellow in fall Rich • ruby-red flowers

• Lavender-violet flowers and bright-green foliage • Vigorous and floriferous cultivar 47


Epimedium Epimedium versicolor • Medium-green pointed

Epimedium youngianum • Compact plant • Ovate pointed leaves

leaves, mottled red in spring

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

turn from red to mid-green in summer

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

38cm

30cm

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

'Frohnleiten' perralchicum

'Sulphureum' versicolor

• Showy yellow flowers

• Dainty sulphur-yellow star-shaped

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

flowers

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

20cm

20cm

Apr- Zones 4-9 Jun

Apr- Zones 4-9 Jun

35cm

35cm

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

Epimedium (Barrenwort)

'Niveum' youngianum

'Roseum' youngianum

'Amber Queen' (P)

'Fire Dragon' (P)

• Pure white flowers

• Lavender-pink flowers

• Easy-to-grow variety has gently arching stems over mottled leaves with golden-yellow flowers that turn to orange later in the season

• Extraordinary color combination

of yellow and light purple flowers over green foliage

Eryngium planum • Bushy, thistle-like plant,

Apr- Zones 4-8 Jun

35cm

Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Flowers of Sulphur' (P)

• Early flowering with sulphur yellow flowers extending to white flower petals on the top 48

with thick stems of leathery, blue-green, heart-shaped foliage rising from a rosette base Branches into sprays of egg-shaped flower clusters

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

60cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

2530cm

Eryngium (Sea Holly)

Eryngium (Sea Holly)

'Jade Frost' (P) planum

'Blue Hobbit'

• Variegated foliage with blue-green centers framed in white margins • Young leaves have pink margins • Light-blue flowers

• Unique dwarf strain, short stems

produce metallic-blue sprays that remain attractive for weeks


Filipendula Eupatorium maculatum • Tall, upright plants with

JulAug

Zones 4-8

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

60cm

Eryngium (Sea Holly)

'Sunny Jackpot' (P)

• Variegated green foliage and cream edges • Blue flowers emerge from frilled bracts

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

• •

(Japanese Joe-Pye Weed)

• Blue flowers surrounded by very large frilled blue bracts Strong stems that are also blue • near the top

180cm

90cm

Eupatorium

Eryngium (Sea Holly)

'Blue Jackpot' (P)

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

80cm

purple-flecked stems and whorls of long, lanceolate leaves Broad, airy clusters of flowers late in summer Attracts butterflies

'Pink Frost' fortunei

• Green foliage with creamy-yellow edges • Pink flowers

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

80cm

120cm

JulSep

80cm

Zones 4-9

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)

'Atropurpureum' maculatum

'Phantom' (P) maculatum

'Red Dwarf' maculatum

'Snow Ball' purpurea

• Purple-tinted foliage • Wine-red flowers

• Very compact variety with wine-red flowers

• Shortest Eupatorium cultivar • Stems are topped in midsummer with large heads of rich pink-wine flowers

• Well branched variety with

Filipendula rubra • Impressive, imposing

Eupatorium rugosum • Tall, upright •

perennial with opposite, lanceolate foliage Dense corymbs of flowers

white flowers

Aug- Zones 5-8 Sep

175cm

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) 'Chocolate' rugosum

• Dark bronze-purple lanceolate foliage and creamy-white flowers

plants with very large, densely fluffed flower panicles Large, pinnately divided foliage of incised, oblong-lanceolate leaves

JulSep

Zones 4-8

180cm

Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) 'Venusta' rubra

• Wide, cloud-like panicles of deep carmine-pink flowers

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Filipendula Grayleaf Geranium cinereum • Low growing JulSep

Zones 4-8

75cm

Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) 'Red Umbrellas'

• Green leaves heavily veined with crimson • In early summer, the plants are

species with small deeply-divided, slightly tufted gray-green foliage Cup-shaped flowers 1½" in diameter, with dark veins converging in the center to form an eye

topped with umbels of pink

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

13cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Alice' (P) cinereum (Grayleaf Geranium)

'Ballerina' cinereum

15cm

(Grayleaf Geranium)

• Stronger growing variety with

larger pale-lilac-pink flowers and silver-green foliage

• Iced pink flowers with very dark-maroon veining and centres • RHS Award of Merit 1976

Geranium himalayense • Handsome, finely cut • Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

15cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

13cm

60cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Purple Pillow' (P) cinereum

'Sateene' cinereum

'Wargrave Pink' endressii

(Grayleaf Geranium)

(Grayleaf Geranium)

• Unique purple flowers and blue-green foliage • Long-blooming period

• Lilac-pink flowers with an unusual and attractive silver sheen • Strong grower

• Plenty of small salmon-pink flowers • Reblooms

Geranium (Cranesbill)

foliage that turns orange and red in the fall Very large saucer-shaped flowers (1.5-2"/4-5cm) bloom for 4-6 weeks during summer

Geranium macrorrhizum • Abundant-flowering

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

50

4560cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

38cm

'Derrick Cook' himalayense

'Plenum' himalayense

(syn. G. grandiflorum)

(syn. G. grandiflorum)

• Large white flowers with dark veins from late spring to autumn • Amazingly floriferous!

• Smaller, double violet-blue flowers • Very good double flowered variety

• • •

plants with highly aromatic, orbicular, deeply divided, mid-green foliage Flowers have broad petals and long, conspicuous stamens Good for groundcover One of the easiest geraniums to grow

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Ingwersen’s Variety' macrorrhizum

• Pale pink flowers


Geranium Geranium phaeum • Early-blooming species • Bushy, clump-forming May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

3540cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Kaya' macrorrhizum

'Tess' oxonianum

• Strong plant with striking

• Dark foliage with green edges • White flowers

blue flowers

plants with small, nodding, fully opened flowers Prefers damp and shaded to semi-shaded sites but is able to withstand some drought

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

63cm

Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Samobor' phaeum (Mourning Widow)

• Very distinctive foliage patterned with a ring of dark brown blotches • Small, nodding brownish flowers

Geranium pratense • Rather tall species with

large, finely cut leaves and large saucer-shaped flowers Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 5-8 Sep

35cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

43cm

Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 5-8 Aug

60cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Double Jewel' (P) pratense

'Hocus Pocus' pratense

'Laura' (P) pratense

• Unique double, white flower with a rich purple heart • Foliage is an intense dark-green

• Dark bronze-purple foliage and lavender-purple flowers • Grows well and has large flowers

• More mildew resistance • Very nice double white Geranium,

Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

40cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

for a dark-leaved geranium

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

4045cm

rich flowering, and produces new flush of flowers late summer

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

3540cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Midnight Blues' (P) pratense 'Midnight Reiter' pratense

'Milou' pratense

'Purple Ghost' pratense

• Dark green foliage and pale blue

• Dark foliage • White flowers with pink veining

• Purple brown foliage with soft Lavender flowers • Good grower

flowers with red veins

• Dwarf selection from G. ‘Victor Reiter’ Small • dark bronze tinged foliage • Blue flowers

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Geranium Geranium sanguineum • Low-growing, long

• • •

blooming geranium with small, deeply cut, smooth-edged foliage that turns red in fall One of the easiest species to grow Plants are heat tolerant and prefer full sun Deep purple-magenta flowers

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

30cm

25cm

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

35cm

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

15cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

sanguineum

'Album' sanguineum

'Ankum’s Pride' sanguineum

• Low-growing, longblooming Geranium • Foliage turns red in fall, deep

• Clear white flowers • An excellent cultivar with a looser

• Intense pink flowers with narrow purple veins

habit than the species

purple-magenta flowers

May- Zones 4-9 Sep

23cm

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

20cm

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

23cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Canon Miles' sanguineum

'Elke' sanguineum

'Max Frei' sanguineum

var. striatum sanguineum

• Cerise-pink flowers subtly defined with a blended white eye and edges, and overlaid in simple dark-pink veining

• Unique dark pink flowers with red veins have an eye-catching white edge

• Deep purple-pink flowers set off with darker foliage • Compact variety

• Lightly ruffled, full-formed shell-pink flowers with pink veins • Dwarf habit

Jun- Zones 5-9 Oct

40cm

JulOct

Zones 5-9

48cm

May- Zones 4-8 Oct

3045cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Oct

38cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Blue Sunrise' (P)

'Crystal Lake' (P) wallichianum 'Dreamland' (P) wallichianum

'Rainbow' (P) wallichianum

wallichianum

• A long blooming geranium • Blooms are crystal blue with dark purple veins

• Big blue flowers with violet white center • Flowers from june till frost

• Compact variety with silver-blue flowers • Very long blooming – until frost 52

May- Zones 3-8 Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) • Compact with large light pink flowers • Very long flowering period

Geranium (Cranesbill)


Geranium Geranium x cantabrigiense • Aromatic carpeting

Jun- Zones 4-9 Dec

30cm

Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Rise and Shine' (P)

• •

geranium with light green, semi-evergreen foliage which turns red in Fall Good ground covers Nodding, reflex-petal flowers

wallichianum

• Lilac blue flowers with a white center surrounded by a dark ring • Blooms untill frost

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

40cm

May- Zones 4-8 Nov

30cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

30cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

50cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Biokovo' x cantabrigiense

'Ann Folkard'

• White flowers that open from pink buds • Reliable and tough • Fragrant foliage

• Cupped rich purple-magenta flowers with a black center • Gold-green, deeply divided foliage

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

50cm

May- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Blue Blood'

'Bob’s Blunder'

'Brookside'

'Dragon Heart' (P)

• Very deep purple-blue flowers with even darker veins • One of the darkest large-flowering geraniums

• Pewter-bronze foliage and rounded pink and white flowers • Very floriferous and long-blooming plants

• Large cup-shaped violet-blue flowers with a white center and red veining

• Enormous (4-5cm/about 2")

May- Zones 5-8 Oct

20cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

3040cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

45cm

rich pink-magenta flowers with black veins that converge to form an eye

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

35cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Dusky Crûg'

'Havana Blues'

'Johnson’s Blue'

'Midnight Clouds' (P)

• Sugar-pink flowers bronze-gray foliage to provide summer-long decoration • Blooms till frost

• Large blue flowers with dark veins • Blooms till frost!

• Large, simple, pure-blue flowers • Mid-green foliage deeply divided into narrow sections

• Velvet purple foliage with white flowers • Rich flowering 53


Geranium

Jun- Zones 3-8 Sep

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

50cm

63cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Oct

75cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Sep

30cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

'Orion'

'Patricia'

'Sandrine' (P)

'Starman'

• Large deep-purple flowers with black centers • New foliage bright yellow-green

• Fuchsia-purple veins and flame-

• Masses of large violet-blue flowers • Large, ‘dayglo’ pink flowers with make a very impressive show over dark maroon veins and center a large, bushy plant Very • strong, distinctive color

like markings over a lavenderpurple background • Purple-red coloring in fall

Geum hybrids • Buttercup shaped

flowers on wiry stems above large, oval, rough-textured light-green foliage

May- Zones 4-8 Sep

Jun- Zones 3-8 Oct

May- Zones 5-9 Jun

70cm

3545cm

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geranium (Cranesbill)

Geum (Avens)

'Sweet Heidy' (P)

'Tiny Monster'

'Banana Daiquiri' (P)

• Colorful flowers with distinct white centers surrounded by pink, fusing into blue at the edges and dark veins

• This vigorous grower blooms time and time again, providing purple-pink flowers for several months

• Fresh lemony yellow color held

May- Zones 5-9 Sep

54

35cm

60cm

May- Zones 5-9 Aug

45cm

on fuzzy green stems

Jun- Zones 5-9 Aug

50cm

Apr- Zones 5-9 Jun

50cm

Geum (Avens)

Geum (Avens)

Geum (Avens)

Geum (Avens)

'Blazing Sunset'

'Cosmopolitan' (P)

'Double Sunrise' (P)

'Flames of Passion' (P)

• Extra large double scarlet-red flowers • Prolific bloomer that starts early and keeps going all summer

• Creamy petals flushed and edged with a rosey pink on semi double flowers that look like miniature roses

• Masses of double layered, cup-shaped vivid yellow flowers • Forms medium sized clumps and long stems bear the yellow flowers

• Upward facing semi-double red flowers • Very long bloom time


Helenium Helenium hybrids • 2-3" (5-7.5cm) wide,

May- Zones 5-9 Jun

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

4045cm

63cm

Geum (Avens)

Gillenia (Indian Physics)

'Tequila Sunrise'

trifoliata

• A cocktail of colours, purple buds

• Rich-green, lanceolate leaves on

open to apricot with rose shading

Jul- Zones 4-8 Sep

daisy-like flowers with long petals fanned around a prominent center Flowers are held on tall upright stems with smooth-edged, lanceolate foliage

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Autumn Lollipop'

• Chocolate-russet drumstick-

shaped flowerheads that turn yellow as they open • Yellow petals hang from the base

branching stems, which are red in early summer • Wispy, white star-shaped flowers

6075cm

Jul- Zones 4-8 Sep

100cm

Jul- Zones 4-8 Aug

80cm

80cm

JulOct

Zones 4-8

80cm

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

UFO Collection™ 'Betty'

'Can Can'

'Chelsey'

'Double Trouble' (P)

• Big flowers with special color • Sturdy flowerstems • Extended flowerseason

• Bicolor disc-shaped flowers, mostly crimson with bright yellow flecks

• Double sunny yellow flowers on

• Bi-colored variety with yellow (front) and purple-pink (back) petals

Jul- Zones 4-8 Oct

80cm

Jul- Zones Aug 4-8

100cm

Jul- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

very strong stems

Jul- Zones 4-8 Sep

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

'Hot Lava'

'Moerheim Beauty'

'Ruby Tuesday'

• Impressive large, disc-shaped bi-colour flowers • Blooms have non-drooping petals

• Deep orange petals around a velvety red center

UFO Collection™ 'Ruby Charm'

• The flowers are a deep red with almost black cones • Very compact variety!

50cm

• Very compact variety with plenty of small, dark-red flowers

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Helenium Heliopsis helianthoides • Tall, upright, clumping

Jul- Zones Nov 4-8

Jul- Zones 4-8 Sep

90cm

Jul- Zones 5-9 Sep

80cm

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helenium (Sneezeweed)

Helianthus

'Sahin’s Early Flowerer'

'Tie Dye'

(Perennial Sunflower)

• Exceptionally long bloomer • Maroon flowers that fade through

• This bi-colored variety has daisy-

shades of orange and deep yellow

like flowers with yellow (front) and purple-pink (back) petals

60cm

stems with serrate-edged, ovate-lanceolate, dark-green foliage Solitary daisy-like flowers

'Happy Days'

• Double Anemone-type goldenyellow flowers with large, full, double centers

Helleborus orientalis • Beautiful pendant • Jun- Zones 5-9 Sep

60cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

May- Zones 4-9 Aug

120cm

Heliopsis (Ox-eye)

Heliopsis (Ox-eye)

Heliopsis (Ox-eye)

'Asahi' helianthoides

'Prairie Sunset' (P)

'Sunstruck' (P)

• Dome-shaped fully double

• Bright-yellow flowers with distinct

golden-yellow flowers

red centers contrast well against purple stems and dark-green foliage with purple veins

3641cm

• Big yellow flowers add “WOW” to the landscape • Flower all Spring and Summer

2.5"/6.3cm cup-shaped flowers Dark green, leathery, evergreen foliage that remains decorative for most of the year The ‘Lady’ series offers vigorous upright plants with large flowers and very good color consistency

Daylily 500 hybrids • This line has been • Feb- Zones 4-9 Apr

45cm

30cm

Helleborus (Hellebore)

Helleborus (Hellebore)

'Double Queen Mixed'

'Golden Discovery' orientalis

orientalis

• Represents a mix of yellow tinges • All flowers are double!

• Double flowers in a mix of colors, with and without spots 56

Feb- Zones 4-9 Apr

selected for uniformity and flower power habit All varieties will produce 500+ flowers after 3 years where most Hemerocallis varieties do not exceed any more than 200 Extended trials where done in Holland

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Bakabana'

• 4"/10cm pure yellow flowers,

produces over 500 flowers on a three year old plant


Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

55cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

65cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Daylily 500 Series 'Bettylen'

Daylily 500 Series 'Blackberry Sherbert'

Daylily 500 Series 'Blush ‘n Pink Eye'

Daylily 500 Series 'Custard Candy'

• Purple with white teeth edge

• Gold with black red eyezone above • Cream with rose red eyezone

above green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

60cm

green throat

July

above yellow throat

Zones 3-9

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

60cm

• 4½" /11cm cream-yellow with maroon eye-zone and green throat

June Zones 3-9

60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Daylily 500 Series 'Daring Deception'

Daylily 500 Series 'Entrapment'

Daylily 500 Series 'Fooled Me'

Daylily 500 Series 'Frosted Vintage Ruffles'

• 5"/12.5cm heavily ruffled

• 5½"/14cm purple-blue flowers

• 5½"/14cm gold flowers with red

• 4½"/11cm cream-tan flowers with

lavender-pink flowers with deep purple edges and yellow throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

55cm

with a yellow center and ruffled petal edges

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

40cm

eye-zone and ruffled edges with hints of red

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

ruffled antique-pink edges

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

65cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Daylily 500 Series 'Heavenly Pink Fang'

Daylily 500 Series 'Just My Size'

Daylily 500 Series 'Lacy Doily'

Daylily 500 Series 'Lavender TuTu'

• 4½"/11¼cm cream-tan flowers

• Pink with rose red eye above

• 4"/10cm flowers • Evergreen, branching, diploid • Coral blush with green throat

• Lavender with yellow gold edge

with ruffled antique pink edges

green throat

above yellow throat

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

40cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

40cm

60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Daylily 500 Series 'Little Anna Rosa'

Daylily 500 Series 'Longfields Chiwawa'

Daylily 500 Series 'Longfields Conchita'

Daylily 500 Series 'Night Whispers'

• 2½"/6cm single, pink flowers • Ever-blooming, pink with lavender • Ever-blooming, brownish-yellow eyezone and yellow throat bicolor with deep green throat Pink blend with green throat • Evergreen, fragrant, diploid variety •

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

65cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jul

4560cm

June Zones 3-9

25cm

• 3½"/9cm single flowers • Purple self above yellow green throat, very branching

July

Zones 3-9

50cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Daylily 500 Series 'Simmons Overture'

Daylily 500 Series 'Spacecoast Early Bird'

Stella Series 'Mini Stella'

Stella Series 'Precious d’Oro'

• Lavender rose with black eye

• Dusty rose blend with gold edge

• 1¼"/3cm bright yellow flowers

• 4"/10cm white flowers with a yellow-green throat • Petals curl over

and gold edge above lavender rose throat, stunning color!

July

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Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

Zones 3-9

60cm

above orange throat

July

Zones 3-9

45cm

with burnt orange eye-zone and green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

30cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

30cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Stella Series 'Stella in Purple'

Stella Series 'Stella in Red'

Stella Series 'Stella d’Oro'

Stella Series 'Stella in Yella'

• 2½"/6.5cm purple-red flowers with a green throat • Very high bud count

• 2½"/6.5cm deep wine-red flowers • 2½"/6.5cm golden flowers, with a green throat nestled in among narrow foliage • Exceptionally high bud count • 2-3 fan divisions

• Yellow flowered version of ‘Stella de Oro’


Hemerocallis

June Zones 3-9

75cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

June Zones 3-9

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

22in

28in

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

lilioasphodelus (H. flava)

'Alabama Slammer'

'Always Afternoon'

'Anzac'

• 4½"/10cm yellow lily shaped

• Rose pink bitone with gold edge

• Large longer-lasting mauve

• 5"/12½ cm rich velvet-red flowers

flowers, very fragrant

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

65cm

above melon to green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

24in

flowers with narrow buff-colored edges and a purple eye-zone which frames the green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

with a yellow throat

May- Zones 3-9 Oct

16in

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Bas Relief'

'Berrylicious'

'Bestseller'

'Big Happy Time'

• Golden yellow blend with green throat

• 5½"/14cm wine red with purple eyezone and edge above yellow throat

• Purple with a golden ruffled edge above a greenish throat

• 4" lemon-yellow flowers with ruffled edges and green throat • The best re-blooming Daylily in cooler northern climates

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

75cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

July

Zones 3-9

26in

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Black Arrowhead'

'Black Stockings'

'Blizzard Bay'

'Blueberry Cream'

• Mauve purple with dark purple eye above green throat

• Gorgeous medium sized daylily with 6"/15cm burgundy-black ruffled flowers with a green throat Dark • green foliage

• Near white, soft yellow tint, 5"/12cm blooms, evergreen

• 6"/15cm huge cream-yellow flowers with lavender-red eye-zone and edges • Semi-evergreen foliage

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

55cm

July

70cm

Zones 3-9

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Bowl of Cream'

'Burgundy Love'

'Canadian Border Patrol' 'Cape Breton'

• Double cream-yellow flowers

• Wine colour flowers with yellow

• 6" cream flowers with purple-red

eye zone

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

50cm

70cm

eye-zone above a green throat and narrow purple-red edges • Semi-evergreen foliage

July

Zones 3-9

75cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

• Purple with lighter watermark and gold edge above green throat

July

75cm

Zones 3-9

65cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Celebration of Angels'

'Cheese and Wine'

'Chicago Apache'

'Christmas Is'

• Creme coloured flowers with dark red eye zone

• Orchid blend with light orchid halo above a greenish/ yellow throat

• 7"/17.5cm intense scarlet-red flowers with ruffled edges

• 4½"/11cm scarlet red flowers • Very open, showing large

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

50cm

50cm

contrasting yellow-green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

4555cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Colonel Mustard'

'Condilla'

'Cosmopolitan'

'Daria'

• Soft orange fringed flowers

• 4½"/11¼cm gorgeous double deep golden blooms

• Miniature 2½"/6¼cm rosy-pink flowers with perfect round form and ruffled edges

• Dark purple ruffled flower with yellow edges and eye zone


Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

June Zones 3-9

58cm

July

Zones 3-9

26in

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Darla Anita' (flava)

'Diva’s Choice'

'Double Firecracker'

'Doubleicious'

• Lavender blend with gold edge

• Pink with ruffled yellow edge

• 5"/12.5cm double bright-red

• 6"/15cm double flowers with orange petals swirled with brown • Exceptionally high bud count

above green throat

July

Zones 3-9

50cm

above yellow throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

63cm

flowers with gold-green throat

July

Zones 3-9

28in

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

70cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Dragon Lore'

'Elegant Candy'

'Eleonore'

'Enchanted Forrest'

• This vibrant variety bears large flowers of red with green throats

• 4¼"/10,5cm rounded ruffled pink flowers with red eye • Very Fragrant

• 6"/15cm lavender flowers with ruffled edges around a green throat • Very floriferous

• Lemon melon polychrome above

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

Aug

Zones 3-9

32in

green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Excellent'

'Exploded Pumpkin'

'Final Touch'

'Finders Keepers'

• Purple with lighter watermark and gold edge above green throat

• Semi-evergreen branching tetraploid Orange with darker to red eyezone • Rebloomer •

• 5"/12.5cm fragrant pink and lavender bi-color • Rebloomer

• 7"/17½cm flowers • Large round Butter cream self with light pink overlay and ruffled edge!

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AHemerocallis

JulAug

Zones 3-9

JulAug

4348cm

Zones 3-9

60cm

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Fragrant Returns™'

'Frans Hals'

'Gamma Quadrant'

'Gentle Shepherd'

• 5"/13cm single flowers • Gold with burgundy eye and edge above green throat • Tetraploid, fragrant, reblooming

• 5"/12.5cm lightly-ruffled off-white

• Strong sweet fragrance, early-fall, • 4½"/11cm rust and orange everblooming, 3¼"/8cm flowers, lightly ruffled, extended bloom, light lemon yellow

Aug

Zones 3-9

65cm

bicolor

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

flower blended into a subtle green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

55cm

4550cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Golden Prize'

'Happy Returns'

'Hello Screamer'

'Irresistible Charm'

• A triumphant conclusion to the summer, with these massive 7"/17½cm golden-yellow, wide-petaled flowers

• 3"/7.5cm light yellow flowers

• Soft pink flower with dark pink to purple center

• Yellow flower with orange/pink

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

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Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

75cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

80cm

ruffled edges and eye zone

July

Zones 3-9

30in

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Lady Betty Fretz'

'Ledgewood Born Free'

'Lemon Madeline'

'Longfield’s Maxim'

• Fragrant, branching tetraploid • Ivory with red eye and double red gold edge above green throat • Rebloomer

• Cream gold with burgundy eye and ruffled edge outlined in cream above chartreuse green throat

• Lemon yellow flowers above emerald green throat

• Giant 7"/17.5cm double,

reblooming and fragrant golden yellow flowers


Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

50cm

JulAug

Zones 3-9

55cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

July

Zones 3-9

55cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Martina Verhaert'

'Mauna Loa'

'Moonlit Masquerade'

'Moses’ Fire'

• 5"/12.5cm lavender blooms with

• 5"/12.5cm tangerine-copper-gold • 5½"/14cm cream with strongly

purple-red eye with a yellow-green throat

July

Zones 3-9

55cm

flowers with subtle red highlights and a golden-yellow throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

55cm

contrasting dark-purple eye-zone and green throat • Semi-evergreen foliage

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

45cm

• Giant 6"/15cm double, reblooming flowers • Deep red flowers with gold edge and green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

70cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Moussaka'

'Nowhere to Hide'

'On and On'

'Over the Top'

• White with purple center and flamed ruffled purple edge and green throat

• Tan brown blend with narrow purple eyezone and small green throat

• 4½"/11cm baby-pink flowers • High bud count and very impressive rebloomer • Dark-green, semi-evergreen

• Massive 8"/20cm double, reblooming flowers • Deep pink with a red eye and

July

Zones 3-9

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

65cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

75cm

green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

70cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Pardon Me'

'Pink Stripes'

'Punxsutawney Phil'

'Purpleicious'

• 2¾"/7cm bright-red flowers with yellow-green throat • Fragrant

• Magenta rose with pink cream stripping above gold orange throat

• Yellow with wine plum eye above yellow green throat

• Double 7"/17cm flowers • Dark purple red and black purple eyezone above green throat and ruffed edges with white line

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

5560cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

75cm

May- Zones 3-9 Sep

16in

63cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Purple Flame'

'Regency Heights'

'Rosy Returns'

'Sabine Bauer'

• Soft purple flowers with dark

• Lavender flowers with yellow

• The first reblooming pink Daylily • Rosy-pink flowers with deep-rose

• 6"/15cm yellow-cream flowers

purple center and edges

throat

eye-zone and vivid yellow throat

July

Zones 3-9

5075cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

4550cm

July

Zones 3-9

50cm

detailed with a dramatically contrasting dark-purple eye-zone and ‘bubbled’ dark-purple edges

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Seal of Approval'

'Shelton Holiday'

'Siloam Paul Watts'

'Strawberry Candy'

• Soft white petals frosted in a rosy lavender shade on slightly ruffled edges

• Double dark red flowers

• 4½"/11.5cm red flowers with a green throat and ruffled edges • Deep velvety color • High bud count

• 4½"/11cm apricot-pink flowers

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

65cm

Aug

Zones 3-9

65cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

65cm

with red-tinted edges, strawberry-red eye-zone and yellow throat

July

Zones 3-9

60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Strawberry Fields Forever'

'Sweet Sugar Candy'

'Tiger Blood'

'Tropical Passion'

• 6"/15cm rose-pink with ruffled edges, red eyezone and yellow throat

• Cream with great dark red eye and edge

• Red centre with wide cream

• 4½"/11cm pink with strawberryrose edges and eye-zone above a green throat 64

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

margin and green throat


Hepatica

July

Zones 3-9

6075cm

July

Zones 3-9

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Aug

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

50cm

50cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Unlock the Stars'

'Venetian Fringe'

'Villa Vanilla'

'Volcano Queen'

• Lavender with gold edge

• Rose with gold fringe edge above

• White with ruffled golden edge

• Orange with dark red eye and

JulAug

Zones 3-9

green throat

45cm

July

Zones 3-9

75cm

and yellow throat

June Zones 3-9

90cm

edge

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

12in

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

'Voodoo Dancer'

'White Temptation'

'Wild and Wonderful'

'X Factor'

• Black purple flowers above green throat

• 6"/15cm white flowers with a green throat • Semi-evergreen foliage

• Spider-type 8½"/21cm salmonpink flowers with broad red chevron eye above a large green throat

• Single flowers sized 7"/18cm • Yellow with red eye and green throat and ruffled edge

NOT AVAILABLE FOR N.A.

Hepatica transsylvanica • Evergreen mats of basal,

Heuchera Big Top hybrids • Darwin Perennials

leathery, tri-lobed, dark-green foliage

July

Zones 3-9

24in

Feb- Zones 3-7 May

20cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Hepatica (Mayflower)

'Yellow Submarine'

'Blue Jewel' transsilvanica

• 6"/15cm fully double lemon-yellow flowers, whose form resembles a rose Rebloomer •

• Rich-blue flowers which are larger than the species

exclusive varieties with the largest leaves and the largest blooms of any Heuchera on the market, these new, robust varieties form massive mounds with sprays of cream flowers from April to May

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Heuchera

JulOct

Zones 4-9

50cm

Zones 4-9

25cm

JulOct

Zones 4-9

35cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

25cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Big Top Series 'Big Top Bronze' (P)

Big Top Series 'Big Top Burgundy' (P)

Big Top Series 'Big Top Gold' (P)

Blush Series 'Apple Blush' (P)

• Curling, chocolate-green foliage

• Deep brown foliage topped late

• Orange-green foliage with

• Bright green-yellow rounded leaves • Sprays of cream flowers

with purple-red undersides

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

in the season with sprays of cream flowers

JulSep

Zones 4-9

25cm

purple-red undersides

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

20cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

25cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Blush Series 'Lemon Blush'

Blush Series 'Maroon Blush' (P)

Blush Series 'Midnight Blush' (P)

Blush Series 'Silver Blush' (P)

• Strong growth habit and better sun & heat tolerance • Cream flowers

• Maroon colored leaves • Good growing variety with crinkled, • Magnificent silver foliage on this rounded dark-green/dark-red strong and distinctive new Leaves change colour from lighter • leaves Heuchera from Jan van den Top

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

2530cm

to darker through the seasons

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Carnival Series 'Candy Apple'

Carnival Series Cocomint (P)

Carnival Series Coffee Bean (P)

Carnival Series Fall Festival (P)

• Strong plant with red/green

• Attractive tricoloured leaves

• Warm copper markings on

• Leaves in shades of bronze, green and silver • Copper to “patina” green

foliage

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JulOct

centered with silver and burgundy, surrounded by green

caramel foliage


Heuchera

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

2530cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Carnival Series Limeade (P)

Carnival Series Peach Parfait (P)

Carnival Series Plum Crazy (P)

Carnival Series Rose Granita (P)

• Cream markings on chartreuse foliage Great • growth

• Beautiful peach-pink foliage • Shows silver in cooler

• Rich silver markings on purple

• Bright silver-rose leaves with

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

foliage

great mounding habit

temperatures

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

2530cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

70cm

JulAug

Zones 4-9

50cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Carnival Series Silver Streak (P)

Carnival Series Watermelon (P)

'Berry Marmalade' (P)

'Berry Smoothie' (P)

• Bright silver markings on dark green foliage • Green halo in cooler temperatures

• Peach-pink new growth maturing to bronze-green

• Grape-purple-black with very thick leathery leaves • Ruffled, deep purple-black leaves and a silvery veil

• Metallic rose-pink leaves have

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

30cm

JulOct

Zones 4-9

25cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

35cm

both H. villosa and H. americana blood, so heat tolerance is a given

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

40cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

'Bronze Beauty'

'Caramel' (P)

'Cherry Cola' (P)

'Circus' (P)

• Large leaves in shades of peach, orange, and bronze • A robust grower forming large clumps with creamy white flowers

• Copper-caramel foliage with red undersides • Good heat tolerance • Cream flowers

• Lovely red brown leaves and rust-cherry red flowers • Something fizzy for the garden

• Yellow -green leaves with prominant blackish-red veining • Bright red flowers in spring 67


Heuchera

Aug- Zones 4-9 Oct

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

12in

JulAug

Zones 4-9

25cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

40cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

'Citronelle' (P)

'Color Dream'

'Dark Mystery'

'Dew Drops'

• Bright, glossy lime yellow-green rounded foliage • Cream flowers

• Silver-sheened, purple foliage

• Dark, purple to black leaves with

• Unique color pattern on the

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

that develops distinct red edges in mid-summer, if the soil is allowed to dry out

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

2025cm

ruffled edges with only upfacing/ standing edges

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

60cm

foliage with incredible bright red flower color! • Extremely rich flowering

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

12in

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

'Fire Alarm' (P)

'Frosty Morn' (P)

'Georgia Peach'

'Magic Color'

• Absolute reddest foliage in early spring and fall • Pink flowers on reddish stems

• Rounded but pointy leaves marbled green with cream • Consistant variegation!

• Large peach colored leaves with a showy silver overlay • Foliage color intensifies to rose purple

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

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25cm

30cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

40cm

Aug- Zones 4-9 Oct

25cm

• Bright-green with red veins and

gold edges, then a unique pink stage before changing to silver with purple veins and red edges

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

'Mars'

'Midnight Rose' (P)

'Miracle' (P)

'Neptune'

• Pale purple-red foliage contrasting pattern with dark veins

• Hot pink splashes adorn this vigorous growing ‘Obsidian’ sport • Pink flecks emerge in spring and continue lightening to cream

• Lime-green in spring and darkens to rich red-purple with a yellow edge later in the season, pink flowers

• Pewter-purple leaves with beautiful veining


Heucherella

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

25cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

35cm

JulOct

Zones 4-9

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

25cm

30cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

'Obsidian' (P)

'Peach Flambe' (P)

'Pistache' (P)

'Plum Pudding' (P)

• The blackest Heuchera there is, with broad, shiny leaves Cream flowers •

• Bright peach-colored leaves that

• Large, oak leaf shaped lime-green • Compact plant with shiny foliage emerges in spring plum-purple foliage Cream flowers •

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

35cm

literally glow in spring, summer and fall, turning to plum in Winter

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

25cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

May- Zones 4-9 Jul

30cm

30cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Heuchera (Coral Bells)

'Plum Royale' (P)

'Root Beer' (P)

'Swirling Fantasy' (P)

'Venus'

• Shiny purple leaves all Summer • White flowers with dark stems • Winter color is a glossy silver purple

• Lovely root beer colored foliage combined with creamy yellow flowers

• Pewter red foliage with dark veins and bright-red flowers • The first purple-leaved heuchera with red flowers

• Large silver sheened leaves with

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

20cm

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

3550cm

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

20cm

dark veining

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

3040cm

Heucherella (Coral Bells)

Heucherella (Coral Bells)

Heucherella (Coral Bells)

Heucherella (Coral Bells)

'Burnished Bronze' (P)

'Gunsmoke' (P)

'Honey Rose' (P)

'Solar Power' (P)

• Large cut leaves with a glossy, burnished bronze finish Starry, soft pink flowers on •

• Vigorous silver veiled Heucherella • Lovely maple-shaped leaves with purple red tones maturing to silver with dark veins

• Sable colored, deeply incised and

• Lobed yellow gold to lime green leaves are splattered with deep red • High sun tolerance!

branched stalks

lobed foliage is highlighted with dark veins that form an intricate pattern

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May- Zones 4-9 Jun

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

2025cm

Images owned by Visions Pictures photography, will 15cm

Heucherella (Coral Bells)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Tapestry' (P)

Mouse Series 'Blue Mouse Ears'

• Dark-centered leaves colored blue green • New leaves have blue iridescence • Warm pink flowers

need to be acquired directly from Visions Pictures. For more information, visit: www.visionspictures.com

• Forms a tight mounded plant of small, round, blue-green leaves • Lavender flowers

Hosta (Funkia) sieboldiana Large hostas with huge glaucous heart-shaped leaves, heavy in substance with a deeply puckered texture

r Regarded as the archetypal hosta rA later emerging species rWhite flowers with hints of lavender rVigorous growers

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

70

55cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

75cm

sieboldiana

'Elegans' sieboldiana

• Huge glaucous heart-shaped leaves • White flowers • Gray-green leaves

• Large round blue-green leaves • Larger, fast growing plant

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

75cm

'Frances Williams'

'Golden Meadows' (P)

'Thunderbolt' (P) sieboldiana

sieboldiana

sieboldiana

• Large Hosta • Blue-green leaves with irregular yellow margins • Spectacular when mature

• Large Hosta • Three color leaf variegation with golden centers, dark-green margins and random pale green streaks

• Large Hosta • Yellow-cream leaves with blue margins • A very good, strong grower for a white-centered variety


Hosta

Hosta (Funkia) plantaginea This species is prized for having very fragrant and showy white flowers that open in the evening.

r Large, glossy, bright yellow-green leaves with pointed tips, fall with an arching habit

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

r Blooms late summer r Plants need humidity to encourage blooming

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

38cm

55cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Diana Remembered' plantaginea

'Venus' plantaginea

• Small-medium sized Hosta with shiny

• Medium-sized Hosta • Spectacular, large, triple-layered white

blue-green leaves and creamy-white margins

flowers are also pleasantly fragrant

Hosta (Funkia) fortunei A group of vigorous, medium to large hostas with heart-shaped leaves and violet flowers Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

55cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Aureomarginata' fortunei

'Francee' fortunei

'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'

• Medium-size hosta • Leaves dark olive-green with gold margins

• Medium-size hosta • Leaves have dark-green centers with white margins

• Medium-size spreading Hosta • Blue-green leaves with a puckered texture, very rounded and deeply cupped, white flowers

Hosta (Funkia) tardiana Hybrids from a cross between H. tardiflora and H.s. ‘Elegans’, resulting in various blue-green leafed cultivars.

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Halcyon' tardiana

'June' (P) tardiana

'Antioch'

• Medium-size Hosta • Oval leaves • White flowers

• Medium-sized Hosta • Heart-shaped leaves with blue and green margins

• Robust medium-size Hosta, with

large, spearhead-shaped leaves, mid-green with irregular creamy-white margins

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Hosta

Hosta (Funkia) undulata undulata has elongated, oval to heart-shaped leaves with wavy edges and pale purple flowers. Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Albomarginata' undulata

'Mediovariegata' undulata

'Atlantis' (P)

• Medium-size Hosta • Dark green leaves with narrow

• Medium-size Hosta • White centered leaves with broad

• Medium-size Hosta • Slightly wavy, pointed green

Zones 3-8

6570cm

margins streaked in green

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

40cm

leaves with very wide, light yellow margins

JulAug

Zones 3-8

60cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'August Moon'

'Avocado'

'Beach Boy'

'Big Daddy'

• Medium-size Hosta • Cupped, heart-shaped, golden yellow leaves

• Yellow foliage with wide green edge • Sport of Guacamole

• Medium-size Hosta • Golden yellow centres, blue-green border • Thick leaf with good slug resistance

• Large Hosta • Cupped deep-blue leaves with

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

72

50cm

60cm

Hosta (Funkia)

white margins

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

90cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

16in

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

36in

a puckered texture and heavy substance

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Blue Angel'

'Blue Cadet'

'Blue Umbrellas'

'Blue Vision'

• Large Hosta • Huge, heart-shaped blue-green leaves, with a heavily puckered texture

• Small-medium Hosta • Heart-shaped blue-green leaves • Lavender flowers

• Blue-green leaves • Rapid grower • Pest-resistant and sun tolerant

• Large Hosta • True blue variety with white flowers • Large, cup-shaped leaves


Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

30cm

Zones 3-8

5055cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Bressingham Blue'

'Brim Cup'

'Canadian Blue'

'Captain Kirk'

• Medium-size Hosta • Small Hosta • Intense blue heart shaped leaves • Cupped, heart-shaped, blue-green • Cupped, heart-shaped leaves with • Lily like blooms leaves of heavy substance medium-green centers and broad white margins White flowers •

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

3545cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

30cm

50cm

• Medium-size Hosta • Large heart-shaped leaves remain gold in color with showy dark green variegation

Zones 3-8

4045cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Catherine'

'Chain Lightning'

'Cherry Berry'

'Color Festival'

• Medium-size Hosta • Dusky blue, heart-shaped leaves are brushed with chartreuse and lime

• White center and dark green wide margin

• Small Hosta • Pointed elliptic leaves, mostly white with irregular dark-green margins

• Leaves with white center that

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

43cm

Zones 3-8

4045cm

changes to light yellow with dark green margin

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Colored Hulk'

'Dream Queen'

'El Nino'

'Emerald Charger'

• Cupped yellow leaves with dark green margin

• Medium-size Hosta with attractive thick blue leaves with a narrow yellow centre White • spring flowers

• Intense blue foliage with white edges • Sport of Halcyon

• Bright golden leaves with a wide

dark green margin, bright colors that will catch your eye

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Hosta NOT AVAILABLE FOR N.A.

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

63cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

16in

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Empress Wu' (P)

'Enterprise'

'Fire and Ice'

'Firn Line'

• Seedling from H. ‘Big Daddy’ • Biggest leaved Hosta on market

• Medium-size Hosta • White center with green-yellow

• Medium-size Hosta • Heart-shaped leaves with white chartreuse margins • Fast grower

• Medium-size Hosta • Blue with yellow margin, changing during season to pure white • Pale lavender flowers

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

30cm

transfer to green margin

JulAug

Zones 3-8

20cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

18in

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

14in

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'First Frost'

'Fragrant Blue'

'Fragrant Dream'

'Ghostmaster'

• One of the best sports from Hosta ‘Halcyon’ • Blue leaves with a 1/2" border of creamy yellow that ages to white

• Small Hosta with thick, smoothtextured, heart-shaped blue-green leaves

• Medium-size Hosta • Dark-green leaves framed in broad, creamy-yellow edges that lighten in color

• Small Hosta • Green-edged leaves with white centers that remain white until first frost

NOT AVAILABLE FOR EU INCLUDING UK

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

74

20in

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

55cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Great Escape'

'Great Expectations'

'Guacamole'

'Gypsy Rose'

• Medium-size Hosta formed from blue-green leaves with white edges • Sport of H. x tardiana ‘Halcyon’

• Medium-size Hosta • Heart-shaped leaves with yellow centers and blue green margins • Center fades to white in summer

• Large Hosta • Chartreuse leaves with wide green margins • Reversed H. ‘Fragrant Bouquet’

• Medium-size Hosta • Golden-yellow centers edged in a hairline white streak surrounded by dark-green


Hosta NOT AVAILABLE FOR EU INCLUDING UK

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

JulAug

Zones 3-8

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

70cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

15in

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Honeybells'

'Inniswood'

'Jurassic Park'

'Justine'

• Large Hosta • Vigorous plant with fragrant flowers Large light green leaves •

• Medium-size Hosta • The puckered, heart-shaped

• Vigorous Hosta with enormous

• Medium-size Hosta • Very thick yellowish green leaves

Zones 3-8

2530cm

leaves are chartreuse-yellow with a regular dark-green margin

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

green leaves and puckered surface, heavy substance

Zones 3-8

3540cm

with an intense dark green edge

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

20in

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Kiwi Spearmint'

'Lakeside Dragonfly'

'Lakeside Paisley Print'

'Liberty'

• White leaves with green veining

• Medium-size Hosta • Broad pointed blue-green leaves with irregular white margins

• Yellow foliage with green edges • Purple flowers

• Medium-size Hosta • Thick, dark-green foliage with

Zones 3-8

3035cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

58cm

very wide golden margins that fade to cream

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

75cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Magic Island'

'Midwest Magic'

'Minuteman'

'Northern Exposure'

• Blue grey foliage with creme yellow center

• Medium to large Hosta • Heart-shaped, green-gold leaves with irregular dark green margins

• Large, broad-spreading Hosta • Slightly cupped, heart-shaped leaves with dark green, flameshaped centers and white margins

• Large Hosta wth dark blue-green

leaves with chartreuse edges that brighten to creamy-yellow

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Hosta NOT AVAILABLE FOR EU INCLUDING UK

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

812in

40cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

4050cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

55cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Orange Star'

'Paradise Island' (P)

'Pathfinder'

'Patriot'

• Medium-size Hosta • Thick yellow leaf with a small

• Medium-size Hosta • Heart-shaped bright yellow

• Medium-size Hosta • White centered leaves with some

• Medium-size Hosta • Leaves dark-green with broad pure white margins • Excellent sport of ‘Francee’

dark-green edge

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

43cm

leaves with a dark green margin, beautiful ‘Fire Island’ sport

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

1418in

green spots and green margin, good ‘Francee’ sport

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

30cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

10cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Paul’s Glory'

'Paul Revere'

'Popcorn'

'Rainbow’s End'

• Medium-size Hosta • Gold leaves with blue margins • The leaf centers mature to white

• Medium-size Hosta • Sport of Hosta ‘Patriot’ with wide dark green margins surrounding a creamy white centre

• Small Hosta • Nearly round, white-centered leaves have blue-green margins

• Small Hosta • Gold center with wide, dark

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

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Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

30cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

12in

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

18in

green border

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Rainforest Sunrise'

'Red October'

'Royal Standard'

'Sagae'

• Small Hosta • Smaller leaves with a creamy yellow center and a cupped blue-green margin

• Small-medium Hosta with red stems and green lance-shaped leaves, that show hints of red around the base

• Medium-large, very broadspreading • Glossy, slightly puckered, apple green leaves

• Medium-size hosta • Wavy-edged frosty-blue leaves with creamy-gold margins


Hosta NOT AVAILABLE FOR EU INCLUDING UK

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

23in

Zones 3-8

3540cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

1216in

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Saint Paul'

'Sandhill Crane'

'Shade Fanfare'

'Sleeping Star'

• Large Hosta • Creamy white center and wide

• Narrow green foliage with white

• Medium-size Hosta • Chartreuse heart-shaped leaves

• Blue foliage with a wide cream border • Soft lilac flowers • Sport from ‘Sleeping Beauty’

edges

blue margin

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

60cm

with a creamy margin

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

20cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

35cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

45cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Snow Cap'

'So Sweet'

'Sting'

'Summer Breeze'

• Large Hosta with heavy substance, beautifully colored blue-green with cream-white margins

• Small Hosta • Glossy lanceolate medium-green leaves with white margins • Purple striped flowers

• Thick green leaves with a cream changing to pure white centre, nice compact

• Medium-size Hosta • Dark green leaves with wide

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

100cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

35cm

irregular, chartreuse to yellow margins

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

6070cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Sunset Grooves'

'T Rex'

'Timeless Beauty'

'True Blue'

• Medium-size Hosta • Thick rugose leaves golden center with green edge • White flowers

• Big green leaves

• Medium-size Hosta • Flamed white center and dark blue margin

• Medium-sized Hosta • Heart-shaped blue-green with

good substance, heavy textured and puckered

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Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

35cm

60cm

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

Hosta (Funkia)

'Twilight'

'Whirlwind'

'White Feather'

'Wide Brim'

• Medium-large Hosta • Leaves emerge light-green with

• Medium-large Hosta • Heart-shaped leaves with

• Medium-size Hosta • White leaves, later green with

• Large Hosta • Heart-shaped mid-green leaves

yellow margins

creamy-white centers and irregular dark-green margins

beautiful white stripes

with broad, irregular, yellow margins

Incarvillea delavayi • A mound of pinnately

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

26in

Hosta (Funkia)

compound green foliage, topped with racemes of large (2-3"-long), trumpet-shaped flowers Rose-purple flowers

Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

50cm

40cm

Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)

Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)

'Winter Snow'

delavayi

'Snowtop' delavayi

• Large Hosta • Sport of Hosta ‘Sum and Substance’, shiny medium green leaves, nice white border

• A mound of pinnately compound green foliage, topped with racemes of large trumpet-shaped flowers, rose flowers

• Trumpet-shaped, white flowers which appear in early summer

japanese iris • Flowers have large

Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

50cm

Iris chrysographes

• Very dark purple-maroon flowers with narrow golden-yellow stripes on the falls 78

semi-flaring falls and standards which are either short and upright (single flowers) or very large and open, hanging over the falls as a second layer (double flowers) The resulting flowers have a flat, open form

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7080cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7080cm

Iris

Iris

'Angel Mountain' ensata

'Christina’s Gown' ensata

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

• Large light blue flowers

• Large blue purple flowers


Iris

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

June Zones 4-9

111cm

Iris

Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

90cm

7080cm

Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7080cm

Iris

'Electric Rays' ensata

'Good Omen' ensata

'Greywoods Catrina' ensata

'Harlequinesque' ensata

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

• Big flowers with 6 ruffled falls of

• Flowers have large falls, and

• Large steel blue flowers

• Large white with purple flowers

saturated dark violet accented by neon blue rays, yellow signal

Aug Zones 4-9

reduced standards, creating a flattened, round looking flower

JulAug Zones 4-9

6090cm

Iris

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

38in

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

30in

7590cm

Iris

Iris

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Momogasumi' ensata

'Purple Parasol' ensata

'Variegata' ensata

'Beverly Sills' germanica

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

(Japanese Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• The latest iris to bloom; flowers last 2-3 weeks

• Purple-blue flowers

• Large purple flowers • Green and white variegated leaves

• Lacy coral-pink, extremely fast

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

growing, prolific bloomer

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Blue Sapphire' germanica

'Buckwheat' germanica

'Cimarrron Strip' germanica

'Clarence' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Solid blue flowers

• Large yellow flowers

• Salmon and wine red flower

• Whitish standards and sky blue falls, blooms late spring and early fall

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Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Frappe' germanica

'Immortality' germanica

'Matinata' germanica

'Mission Ridge' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• White to soft pink flowers

• Pure white with lemon-yellow

• Dark blue flowers • Re-bloomer

• White with blue flowers • Re-bloomer

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

beards, rebloomer, blooms early spring and late summer

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

'Orange Chariot' germanica

'Pumpkin Cheesecake'

'Rimfire' germanica

'Rosalie Figge' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

germanica (Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Yellow to orange flowers

• White to yellow/brown flower

• Purple brown flower

• Large dark blue flowers • Re-bloomer

louisiana water iris • A series of hybrids

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

Iris (Bearded Iris)

80

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

Iris (Bearded Iris)

Iris (Bearded Iris)

7590cm

'Sea Double' germanica

'Summer Olympics'

'War Chief' germanica

(Bearded Iris)

germanica (Bearded Iris)

(Bearded Iris)

• Light blue flowers • Re-bloomer

• Yellow standard with yellow edge • Nicely ruffled • Reblooms

• Red, non-fading flowers that add a pop of color with yellow beards • Fragrant!

derived from several species native to Louisiana and surrounding US states Non-bearded or crested flowers are typically 4" (10cm) in diameter


Iris

JunJul

Zones

5-10

JunJul

60cm

Iris

Zones

5-10

JunJul

70cm

Zones

5-10

6080cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

Iris

Iris

Iris (Sweet Iris)

5560cm

'Black Gamecock'

'Bold Pretender'

'White Umbrella'

'Albo Variegata' pallida

(Louisiana Water Iris)

(Louisiana Water Iris)

(Louisiana Water Iris)

• Velvety purple-black flowers

• Bright red and pink petals with yellow-orange signal • Flowers have a heavy substance

• A classic beauty with broad lightly ruffled, white flowers with greenish gold stripes

• Sword like green leaves with white edges • Popular garden plant

dwarf bearded iris • Similar to Germanica-

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

5560cm

hybrids in appearance, but much shorter and earlier blooming Prefers sun or partial shade, and well-drained alkaline soil

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

25cm

Iris

Iris

'Aureo Variegata' pallida

'Blue Denim'

'Brassie'

• Sword like green leaves with yellow edges • Popular garden plant

(Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris)

(Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris)

• Clear blue

• Golden yellow

Iris (Sweet Iris)

yellow flag iris pseudacorus • A wild iris found in Apr- Zones 4-8 May

• 20cm

25cm

arctic iris setosa • Wild Iris found in bogs

swamps and marshlands Plant in partial shade, in damp soil

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

90cm

Iris

Iris

'Cherry Garden'

'Crème de la Crème'

(Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris)

pseudacorus (Yellow Flag Iris)

• Purple-red

• Cream-white flowers with purple

and shorelines in northern parts of America and Asia Flowers are typically blue with darker veins

veins over a cream background at the base of the petals

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Iris siberian iris • Medium to broad, • May- Zones 4-9 Jun

30cm

Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

7590cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

80cm

Iris

Iris

'Baby Blue' setosa (Arctic Iris)

'Blue Bird' sibirica (Siberian Iris)

'Bundle of Joy' sibirica

• Short plants with violet-blue flowers set off with a white halo around a honey-colored signal area

• The sapphire blue flowers are very striking and will attract a lot of attention!

(Siberian Iris)

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

70cm

Iris

Iris

'Butter and Sugar' sibirica (Siberian Iris)

• Creamy standards and butteryellow falls • Reblooms

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

80cm

• Double blue flowers

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

6090cm

75cm

Iris (Siberian Iris)

Iris

'Caesar’s Brother' sibirica

'Concord Crush' sibirica

'Contrast in Styles' (Siberian

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

Iris)

• Dark velvety-purple flowers

• Dark blue-violet flower, signal white veined dark blue

• Mid-wine standards, light milky

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

60cm

Iris

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pendant or semi-flaring falls and medium to long, upright standards Signals on blue and pink flowers often consist of showy, intricately marked yellow and white patterns

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jul

70cm

blue style arms, bright mid-wine red falls

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

75cm

75cm

Iris

Iris

Iris

'Dance Ballerina Dance'

'Dear Delight' sibirica

'Double Standard' sibirica

'Ego' sibirica (Siberian Iris)

sibirica (Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

• Ruffled lilac-white standards and flowing lilac falls, with honey markings in the signal area

• Powder-blue flowers with a pure-white halo around the signal area

• 6 light violet-blue falls with gold signal inside white sunburst

• Blend of light and medium blue flowers • Compact plant


Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

75cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

90cm

6090cm

Iris

Iris

Iris

Iris

'Golden Edge' sibirica

'Gull’s Wing' sibirica

'Hubbard' sibirica

'Kabluey' sibirica (Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

• Blue-violet flowers with a narrow gold edge, rich-yellow signal areas have a white halo

• Large slightly-ruffled pure-white flowers One • of the best whites

• Purple, yellow-red throat and purple arms

• Dark blue violet, white blaze,

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

70cm

Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

85cm

yellow in throat

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

70cm

Iris

Iris

Iris (Siberian Iris)

'Kita-No-Seiza' sibirica

'Imperial Opal' sibirica

'Pink Parfait' sibirica

'Rigamarole' sibirica

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

• Medium to dark blue violet style arms, medium to dark blue violet falls, large white signal, veined

• Layered petals of lavender-pink with light pink edges

• Light pink/lavender flower yellow signal inside large white sunburst halo

• Double-lilac flower

6090cm

Iris versicolor • Cross with I. virginica

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

75cm

Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

85cm

7590cm

Iris

Iris

'Ruffled Plus' sibirica

'Welcome Return' sibirica

'Tumble Bug' sibirica

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

(Siberian Iris)

• Full and ruffled deep lavenderblue flowers

• Velvety deep blue-purple flowers • Reblooms

• Semi-double purple flowers

with bladed foliage which emerges dark purple in April, fading to green by early summer

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Iris

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

May- Zones 3-9 Jun

6090cm

Aug- Zones 5-8 Sep

90cm

6080cm

Iris

Iris

Kirengeshoma

Kirengeshoma

'Dark Aura' versicolor

'Gerald Darby' versicolor

(Yellow Waxbells)

(Yellow Waxbells)

palmata

'Margarita' palmata

• Bushy growth of arching wiry stems, with green leaves • Yellow waxy bell-shaped flowers

• The foliage of this variety is more

• Attractive violet-red flowers with • Tall cultivar with large purple eye-catching golden yellow signals flowers Flower stems are close to black • in colour

Jun- Zones 4-7 Oct

JulSep

40cm

Zones 6-9

6080cm

JulSep

Zones 6-9

yellow-green in comparison to the regular palmata, yellow flowers

JulSep

6080cm

Zones 6-9

6080cm

Knautia (Pincusion flower)

Kniphofia (Torch Lily)

Kniphofia (Torch Lily)

Kniphofia (Torch Lily)

'Mars Midget' macedonica

'Amazing Fun'

'Candy Apple'

'Flaming Torch'

• Dwarf variety with ruby-red flowers on sturdy, well-branched plants • Very floriferous from June till frost

• Unique because of the combined red and white colours of the flowers

• Will light up your border with it’s curious flower spikes in glowing orange shades

• Curious flower spikes in glowing

JulSep

Zones 6-9

60cm

JunJul

Zones 6-10

55cm

Jun- Zones 5-8 Aug

shades of flaming orange and yellow • Opening pale yellow from flame buds

JulAug

125cm

Zones 3-9

100cm

Kniphofia (Torch Lily)

Kniphofia (Torch Lily)

Lavatera (Tree Mallow)

Liatris (Gay Feather)

'Nancy’s Red'

'Slush Puppy'

'Barnsley Baby'

spicata

• Beautifully colored spikes of

• Compact plant that produces many orange flowers • Good grower

• Compact version of ‘Barnsley’ • Has whiter flowers on darker

• Long, thick, bottlebrush-like flower spikes • Violet-blue flowers • Recommend three corms per pot

deep-red tubular flowers rise on strong stems out of a clump of grassy foliage

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Aug- Zones 5-8 Sep

90cm

stems and shows less reversion


Ligularia

JulAug

Zones 3-9

JulAug

75cm

Zones 3-9

JulAug

75cm

Zones 3-9

35cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

150cm

Liatris (Gay Feather)

Liatris (Gay Feather)

Liatris (Gay Feather)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

'Floristan Violet' spicata

'Floristan Weiss' spicata

'Kobold Original' spicata

przewalskii

• Deep rosy-violet flowers • Very good for cutting • Recommend three corms per pot

• Large white spikes, good cuts • Recommend three corms per pot

• Shorter cultivar with thick rosy-violet flower spikes • True original ‘Kobold’ divisions • Recommend one corm per pot

• Impressively tall racemes of bright yellow, wispy-petaled flowers in mid summer • Very similar to ‘The Rocket’

Ligularia dentata • Stemmed clusters of

daisy-like flowers above layers of long-stemmed, coarsely toothed, rounded, deeply cordate foliage Very good foliage plants

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

100cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

JulAug

Zones 4-8

100cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

• Glossy chocolate-maroon foliage and broad clusters of large orange-yellow flowers

Zones 4-8

90cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

'Britt-Marie Crawford' (P) 'Desdemona' dentata dentata

JulAug

'Othello' dentata

• Warm-golden daisy-like flowers • Purple-green foliage

• Stemmed clusters of daisy-like flowers above • Orange-yellow flowers • Purple foliage

Ligularia stenocephala • Huge, substantial plants • •

with great presence Long, narrow flower spikes Very large, arrowheadshaped, dark green leaves with deeply toothed edges, on near-black stems

JulAug

Zones 5-8

180cm

Jul- Zones 4-8 Aug

90cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

8090cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

'The Rocket' stenocephala

'Garden Confetti' (P)

'Gold Torch'

• Impressively tall racemes of bright yellow, wispy-petaled flowers

• Large heart-shaped leaves

• Strong plant with bright yellow flowers • Interesting red stems

spotted and mottled green on a background of yellow in spring and dark in the summer

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Ligularia

JulAug

Zones 4-8

JulAug

65cm

JulAug

100cm

Zones 4-9

JulAug

85cm

Zones 4-9

50cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

'Little Lantern' (P)

'Little Rocket' (P)

'Midnight Lady'

'Osiris Café Noir' (P)

• Dwarf form of L. ‘The Rocket’

• Forms a mound of large, rounded dark, shiny purple- black leaves • Clusters of bright golden-orange daisy flowers

• Foliage emerges dark, lightens to

• Dwarf cultivar with large, conical heads of bright-yellow flowers

JulAug

Zones 4-9

JulAug

60cm

Zones 4-9

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

50cm

green with red veins in the summer and then becomes darker bronze-green in the fall

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

8090cm

120cm

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

'Osiris Fantaisie'

'Osiris Pistache'

martagon var. album

martagon var. rubrum

• Thick, rubbery, arrowhead-shaped leaves • Golden-yellow flowers on purple-red stems

• Green leaves with atypical and unusual blotches

Size: nr 1, per 25, 1 tag per bulb

per 25, tags 1:1

• White flower with sulphur yellow stamens • Rare to find variety

• Reddish purple flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

45cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

'Black Bird'

'Bright Pixie'

'Butter Pixie' (P)

'Crimson Pixie'

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies) per 50, tags 1:1

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

• Deep ruby-red flowers with black

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

• Bright-yellow flowers

• Golden yellow flowers

• Crimson flowers

shading and freckles in the center of the petals

86

Zones 4-8

Lilium (Garden Lily)

35cm


Lilium

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

50cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

'Lollypop' (Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

'Matrix' (Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

'Orange Pixie'

'Painted Pixie'

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

• Upward-facing flowers with

per 50, tags 1:1 • Unique bicolor variety Fiery-red flowers with a rich-orange • • Orange-red flowers

Lilium (Garden Lily)

carmine-red petal ends set against a large white center

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

Lilium (Garden Lily) per 50, tags 1:1

• Yellow flowers with red markings

flame-shape

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

35cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

50cm

35cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

55cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

100cm

'Partner' (Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

'Pink Pixie' (P)

'Reinesse' (Asiatic Type Pot Lilies)

'Casablanca' (Oriental Type)

per 50, tags 1:1

(Asiatic Type Pot Lilies) per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

• Dark red flowers with a few orange highlights • Glossy dark-green foliage

• Deep-rosy-pink flowers with a blended yellow center

• Clean white flowers • The best white lily for growing in containers

• Large, fragrant white flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

40cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

45cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

45cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

'Free Choice' (Oriental Type)

'Luzia' (Oriental Type)

'Maru' (Oriental Type)

'Mona Lisa' (Oriental Type)

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

• Pure white flowers • Glossy dark-green leaves

• White flowers with a yellow streak along the petal centers • Glossy dark-green foliage

• Red flowers with white edges • Glossy dark-green foliage

• Outward-facing flowers with

45cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

pinkish centers blended to white edges, Freckling

87


Lilium

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

JulSep

40cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Zones 4-9

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

50cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

35cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

'Pimento' (Oriental Type)

'Salmon Star' (Oriental Type)

'Souvenir' (P) (Oriental Type)

'Star Gazer' (Oriental Type)

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

• Short variety with purple-red flowers with white edges • Similar look to ‘Stargazer’

• Light salmon-pink flowers with an orange stripe and orange spots • Fast growing

• Large clean pink flowers on a low-growing plant • Very floriferous

• Upward-facing flowers with

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

70cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

120cm

90cm

crimson centers, light edges and numerous of freckles

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

120cm

120cm

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

Lilium (Garden Lily)

'Tom Pouce' (Oriental Type)

Pink (Tigrinum Type Tiger Lily)

Red (Tigrinum Type Tiger Lily)

Yellow (Tigrinum Type Tiger Lily)

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

per 50, tags 1:1

• Pink flowers with lemon-yellow streaks along the petal centers

• Partly-recurled pendant flowers with numerous of black freckles

• Partly-recurled pendant flowers with numerous of black freckles

• Partly-recurled pendant flowers with numerous of black freckles

Lobelia hybrids • Clumping, upright stems

Jun- Zones Jul 4-10

150cm

Lilium (Garden Lily) African Queen (Trumpet Type) per 50, tags 1:1

• Apricot-Melon coloured Lily • Large fragrant Flowers 88

foliated with oblonglanceolate leaves and topped with long racemes of flowers The flowers have a tubular form, opening with 3 downward-facing and 2 narrower, upward-facing petals

JulSep

Zones 4-8

75cm

JunJul

Zone 7

Lobelia

Meconopsis

'Russian Princess'

(Himalayan Blue Poppy)

• Bright red flowers, purple-tinged foliage

100cm

betonicifolia

• Rich-sky-blue flowers centered with golden-yellow anthers • Rough-textured, dark-green foliage


Mukdenia Melittis melissophylum • Upright plants with

Monarda didyma • Clumping upright

small, orchid-like flowers and oval, honey-scented foliage Apr- Zones 6-9 May

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

38cm

Melittis

Mertensia (Bluebells)

'Royal Velvet Distinction' (P) melissophylum

virginica (Virginia Bluebells)

• White flowers with a large crimson lip with a white edge

JulAug

Zones 4-8

80cm

60cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

stems of aromatic foliage, topped with fountain-like heads of hooded flowers

• Arching stems with clusters of

hanging bell-shaped pastel-blue flowers, interspersed with fleshy grayish leaves

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

80cm

2530cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

100cm

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)

'Fireball' (P) didyma

'Pink Supreme' (P) didyma

'Balmy Purple' (P)

'Beauty of Cobham'

• Deep-red flowers • Resistant to mildew • Shorter in first year

• Cerise-pink flowers • Resistant to mildew • Shorter in first year

• Excellent early-flowering, compact purple monarda • Dwarf variety is deer, rabbit and mildew resistant

• Pleasant aromatic purple foliage,

each culminating in a fountain-like head of little pale-pink hooded flowers

Mukdenia rossii • Clumps of large, deeply • JulAug

Zones 4-8

2530cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

40cm

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)

'Cranberry Lace' (P)

'Pink Lace' (P)

• Outstanding, compact perennial • Very compact plant with with spring green, aromatic foliage purple-pink flowers • Pink-purple flower springs out of • Blooms well even as a young plant its petiole • Good mildew resistance

divided, fan-shaped foliage Young spring foliage emerges reddish-bronze, then turns green Stems with clusters of small, white, star-shaped flowers rise in spring just before the foliage

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

25cm

Mukdenia 'Karasuba ' rossii ™

• Summer sun brings out purple-red coloring which starts at the edges and creeps inwards

89


ANepeta Nepeta subsessilis • Upright clumping stems of neat, serrate-edged lanceolate foliage, and clusters of bluish flowers shaped like long flared tubes

Omphalodes cappadocica • Semi-evergreen plant • JulSep

Zones 4-8

4560cm

Nepeta (Catmint)

with lush, green, ovate foliage Many tiny Forget-Me-Not-like flowers

Apr- Zones 5-9 May

Omphalodes (Navelwort)

'Pink Dreams' subsessilis

'Starry Eyes' cappadocica

• More compact and uniform catmint with soft pink flowers

• Flowers colored as tiny blue stars on a white background

Ophiopogon planiscapus • Low-growing grass-like • JulAug

Zones 5-9

15cm

Ophiopogon (Mondo Grass)

90

25cm

plants Racemes of pale lilac-pink flowers appear among the foliage in summer, followed by black berries in the fall

JulAug

Zones 6-9

15cm

Ophiopogon (Mondo Grass)

'Minor' japonica

'Nigrescens' planiscapus

• Very good groundcover for sun and half-shade • If pollinated berries will appear in November-December

• (Black Mondo Grass) Very dark purple foliage • Fast growing selection


Unless otherwise stated, roots are supplied as 3-5 eye divisions – Paeonia

Paeonia (Peony) Itoh (Japanese breeder, Toichi Itoh) Itoh Peonies are rare and unusual hybrids between Garden Peonies and Tree Peonies. The foliage and flowers resemble the tree Peony, but, most of their stems die back to the ground in winter like herbaceous Peonies. There are several varieties, all highly sought after by collectors, yet easy to grow and very hardy.

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

80cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

85cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Bartzella' (Itoh)

'First Arrival' (Itoh)

'Garden Treasure' (Itoh)

• Very fragrant, fully double bright yellow flowers • Mature plants are very floriferous, 2-3 eyes

• Semi-double bright pink flowers with lavender overtones • The first pink flowered Itoh-hybrid bred by Roger Anderson, 2-3 eyes

• Large, yellow, semi-double

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

80cm

Paeonia (Peony)

80cm

80cm

Paeonia (Peony)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

80cm

Paeonia (Peony)

flowers, with red petal bases, pink staminoides and lemon fragrance, 2-3 eyes

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

'Julia Rose' (Itoh)

'Sequestered Sunshine' 'Singing in the Rain' (Itoh) 'Yellow Crown' (Itoh)

• Semi-double flowers opening cherry-red and fading through orange and yellow, 2-3 eyes

(Itoh)

• Semi-double yellow flowers • Vigorous, mounding plants with very large blooms, 2-3 eyes

50cm

• Semi-double butter-yellow flowers • Medium-sized, semi-double, with hints of rose, 2-3 eyes

bright-yellow flowers with a few red flares, 2-3 eyes

91


Paeonia

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Alexander Fleming'

'Avalanche' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Bouchela' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Buckeye Belle'

(lactiflora Doubles)

• Very fragrant flowers with blushwhite and cream petals with a few red thread markings

• Deep rose pink flowers that are pink toward the outer petals, 2-3 eyes

(lactiflora Doubles )

• Very floriferous variety with

fragrant, double deep-pink flowers

75cm

Paeonia (Peony) • Semi-double, dark maroon flowers • Large outer petals, narrow center petals, strong foliage

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

95cm

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Celebrity' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Coral Sunset'

'Duchesse de Nemours'

'Felix Crousse'

• Large, double blooms • Flower heads contain layers of rose-pink and layers of white petals, 2-3 / 3-5 eyes

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

'Festiva Maxima'

• Large white flowers with a few red flecks • Fragrant and very floriferous

85cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

85cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

• Semi-double, intense coral flowers • White with a creamy center • Slightly fragrant • Fragrant and floriferous Outstanding color, 2-3 eyes • • Strong stems

Paeonia (Peony) (lactiflora Doubles)

92

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

80cm

• Carmine-red • One of the best reds for color • Staking advised

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Goldmine' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Green Halo' (P)

'Kansas' (lactiflora Doubles)

• Large, fragrant golden-yellow flowers • The first true lactiflora-type yellow Peony! 2-3 eyes

(lactiflora Doubles)

• Large carmine-red flowers on strong stems • Vigorous,dependable bloomer

• Unusual tuft of white petals and

petaloids arise from a light green blossom petal base, 2-3 eyes


Paeonia

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

Paeonia (Peony)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

75cm

Paeonia (Peony)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

85cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Karl Rosenfield'

'Kelway’s Glorious'

'Mme Emile Debatene'

'Monsieur Jules Elie'

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

• Semi-double, purple-red flowers on strong stems • Very floriferous

• Enormous bomb-type rose-white flowers with red markings • Fragrant

• Fragrant lavender-rose flowers • Free-flowering, Midseason

• Very-large light rose-pink flowers with a silvery sheen • Floriferous with moderate fragrance

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

6575cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

85cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

85cm

'Morning Kiss'

'Orient Jewel'

'Paula Fay' (lactiflora Doubles)

Pink (lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

• Double, soft pink flowers on sturdy stems in early summer, 2-3 eyes

• A remarkable “gem” of a Paeonia • Full cerise-pink flowers, 2-3 eyes

• Semi-double vivid pink flowers

• Double 2-3 eyes and 3-5 eyes

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Pink Cameo'

'Pink Hawaiian Coral'

'Primevère' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Purple Spider'

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

• Double centers of very narrow

• Fragrant coral flowers • Flowers have a delicate, rose-like

• Fragrant large flowers with cream

ice-pink petals set in a single layer of large, lavender-pink petals, 2-3 eyes

form, 2-3 eyes

outer petals and a large yellow center, 2-3 eyes

75cm

• Vivid, violet-pink petals are tipped with white, giving the blossoms a frosted look, 2-3 eyes

93


Paeonia

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

85cm

70cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

75cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Red (lactiflora Doubles)

'Red Charm' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Red Magic' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Red Sarah Bernhardt'

• Double 2-3 eyes and 3-5 eyes

• Very impressive, purple-red, densely double bomb form • Very early and persistent bloomer, 2-3 eyes

• One of the fullest pure-red bomb type peonies

(lactiflora Doubles)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

75cm

Paeonia (Peony)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

75cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

• Red variety of the well-known ‘Sarah Bernhardt’, 2-3 eyes • Large bowl shaped red blooms

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

'Sarah Bernhardt'

'Sebastian Maas'

'Shirley Temple'

• Double bright red flowers on strong stems • Fragrant

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

(lactiflora Doubles)

70cm

Paeonia (Peony)

• Large, apple-blossom-pink flowers • Large pure-pink flowers • Fragrant

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

75cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

Paeonia (Peony)

'Renato' (lactiflora Doubles)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

• Large, rosy-white flowers • Very fragrant

85cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

90cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'Sorbet' (lactiflora Doubles)

'Sweet Harmony'

White (lactiflora Doubles)

'White Sarah Bernhardt'

• Multi-layers of large iced-pink

(lactiflora Doubles)

• Double 2-3 eyes and 3-5 eyes

(lactiflora Doubles)

petals and smaller cream petals,with a yellow center, 2-3 eyes

94

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

• Very large lavender-rose flowers • 2-3 eyes

• White variety of the well-known ‘Sarah Bernhardt’, 2-3 eyes • Large bowl shaped white blooms


Paeonia

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

75cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

80cm

80cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

'White Towers'

'Rosea Plena' officinalis

'Rubra Plena' officinalis

(lactiflora Doubles)

(Common Peony)

(Common Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

• A tower of pure white petals, rising • Large double rose-pink flowers, above dark green foliage 2-3 eyes • Delightful fragrance, 2-3 eyes

• (Memorial Day Peony), huge,

double, long-lasting deep-red flowers, 2-3 eyes

Paeonia (Peony) Lactiflora Singles Flowers have one or two rows of broad, incurving outer petals. The center of the flower is filled with numerous, densely arranged, yellow petaloids derived from stamens.

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

83cm

'Barrington Belle'

'Bowl of Beauty'

(lactiflora Singles)

(lactiflora Singles)

• Large cherry-red flowers on

• Soft-pink petals • Fragrant, 2-3 eyes

strong stems

60cm

Paeonia (Peony)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

Paeonia (Peony)

60cm

Paeonia (Peony)

Paeonia (Peony)

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

60cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

85cm

Paeonia (Peony)

'Flame' (lactiflora Singles)

'Nippon Beauty'

'White Wings'

• Fiery red petals • Strong stems make it good for cut-flowers

(lactiflora Singles)

(lactiflora Singles)

• Intense scarlet red petals

• Slightly ruffled white petals • Fragrant 95


Papaver Papaver orientale • Solitary, upward-facing • • •

disc-shaped flowers on upright stems Rough-textured, dark-green foliage Dies down in mid-summer The ‘New York’ and ‘Parisienne’ series have been bred by Poppy specialist Eleanore de Koning

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

75cm

75cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

Papaver (Poppy)

Papaver (Poppy)

'Heartbeat' (P) orientale

'Shasta' orientale (Super Poppy)

'Türkenlouis' orientale (Ruffled)

(Super Poppy)

• Large perfectly rounded flowers with candy floss pink edges merging to lime-white with a black centre

• Fiery red flowers with fringed

• Deep maroon flowers with a double-layer of petals on tall, strong stems

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

70cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

50cm

'Bolero' orientale (Oriental Poppy)

'Harlem' orientale (Oriental Poppy) 'Little Dancing Girl'

• Strong-growing plants are mid-sized • Healthy and clean foliage

• Large burgundy-rose flowers with black base • Reblooms in September • Foliage stays green longer

Papaver (Poppy)

75cm

Papaver (Poppy)

Papaver (Poppy)

80cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

60cm

Papaver (Poppy)

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

96

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

Papaver (Poppy)

80cm

Papaver (Poppy)

edges

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

50cm

Papaver (Poppy) 'Little Patty’s Plum' (P)

orientale (Oriental Poppy)

orientale (Oriental Poppy)

• Soft-pink flowers marked with

• Shorter-stemmed poppy with

distinctive dark blotches, on a shorter plant

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

80cm

plum-lilac flowers similar in color to the classic ‘Patty’s Plum’

Jun- Zones 3-7 Jul

Papaver (Poppy)

Papaver (Poppy)

45cm

'Manhattan' orientale

'Orange Glow' orientale

'Patty’s Plum' orientale

'Place Pigalle' orientale

(Oriental Poppy)

(Oriental Poppy)

(Oriental Poppy)

(Oriental Poppy)

• Lavender-rose flowers on extra strong stems

• Clear orange

• Very dark reddish-purple

• White flowers with a broad

salmon-red picotee edge on thick stems


Persicaria Penstemon digitalis • Stems of glossy

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

75cm

60cm

Papaver (Poppy)

Papaver (Poppy)

'Royal Chocolate Distinction' orientale

'Snow Goose' orientale

(Oriental Poppy)

• Large, frilled, semi-double

(Oriental Poppy)

off-white flowers with purple-pink blotches

• Chocolate-maroon

oblong-lanceolate, purple foliage, topped with upright branching panicles of bell-shaped flowers Foliage will hold its color all summer if provided with enough sunlight

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

75cm

Penstemon (Beardtongue) 'Husker Red' digitalis

• White flowers flushed with pink

Perovskia atriplicifolia • Woody-based plants

JulAug

Zones 3-9

May- Zones 4-9 Jun

6090cm

5055cm

Penstemon (Beardtongue)

Penstemon (Beardtongue)

'Dark Towers' (P)

'Prairie Twilight'

• Mound of deep purple-red foliage, bearing spikes of bicolor soft and deep-pink bell-shaped flowers in summer

• Black upright stems holding clusters of dusky rose-pink flowers

• •

with slender, upright, light-seeking panicles of light-blue flowers The airy structure of the panicles gives a hazy color effect Finely-dissected gray-green foliage with an herbal aroma

JulSep

Zones 5-9

100cm

Perovskia (Russian Sage) 'Blue Spire' atriplicifolia

• Woody-based plants with slender, upright, light-seeking panicles of deep-violet flowers

Persicaria amplexicaulis • Robust, clumping mass

of heart-shaped foliage topped with slender flower-spikes

JulSep

Zones 4-9

50cm

JulSep

Zones 4-9

63cm

JulOct

Zones 4-8

90cm

Perovskia (Russian Sage)

Perovskia (Russian Sage)

Persicaria (Knotweed)

'Lacey Blue' (P) atriplicifolia

'Little Spire' (P) atriplicifolia

'Firetail' amplexicaulis

• Very compact with many blue/ purple flowers in July and August

• Woody-based plants with slender, upright panicles of lavender deep-violet flowers Shorter than the species •

• Bright red flower-spikes

97


Persicaria Phlomis tuberosa • Tall, upright

JulOct

Zones 5-8

Jun- Zones 5-8 Jul

75cm

May- Zones 3-9 Jul

7590cm

6075cm

Persicaria (Knotweed)

Persicaria (Knotweed)

Persicaria (Knotweed)

'JS Caliente' (P) amplexicaulis

'Orangefield' amplexicaulis

'Hohe Tatra' bistorta

• HOT & brilliant orange red plump, thick bottle brush like flowers in a fiery colour over thick strong foliage

• Showy spikes of distinctly orange flowers for weeks on end from midsummer onward

• Spikes of deep pink flowers

above dark green oval leaves

stems topped with verticillasters of flowers Prolific growth of deep green, denticulate-edged, arrowhead-shaped foliage

Phlox Junior ™ Series • Unlike most varieties,

JulAug

Zones 4-8

113cm

Phlomis

'Amazone' tuberosa

• Rosy-lilac flowers

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Phlox

JulSep

45cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Phlox

Junior™ Series 'Dazzle' (paniculata)

Junior™ Series 'Fantasy' (paniculata)

45cm

• Pink-purple flowers with a red eye • Light pink flowers with dark pink eye

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Phlox ™

JulSep

45cm

Phlox

40cm

Phlox

Zones 4-8

JulSep

40cm

Zones 4-8

Phlox

Junior Series 'Fountain' (paniculata)

Younique Series 'Younique Bicolor'

Younique Series 'Younique Cerise'

Younique™ Series 'Younique Old Blue'

• White

• Extremely compact, rich flowering Phlox • Soft pink and white flower color

• Very compact, rich flowering Phlox series • Cerise flowers

• Very compact, rich flowering Phlox series • Dark blue and white flowers

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members of the Junior Series branch from the crown, resulting in shorter plants with a bushy habit New flowers are produced continually on these lateral branches, resulting in an extra long season of bloom

40cm


Phlox

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

40cm

Zones 4-8

Phlox

Phlox ™

JulSep

40cm

Zones 4-8

Phlox ™

JulSep

50cm

Zones 4-8

6075cm

Phlox ™

Younique Series 'Younique Old Pink'

Younique Series 'Younique Old Purple'

Younique Series 'Younique White'

• Very compact, rich flowering Phlox series Pink • and white flowers

• Very compact, rich flowering Phlox series • Bright purple flowers

• Extremely compact, rich floweri Phlox • Intense pure white flowers

'Esther' (P) amplifolia

• One of the first Phlox varieties to flower! • A mass of large flowers • Mildew tolerant like David

Phlox paniculata • Classic border plants, • Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

75cm

Phlox 'Goliath' amplifolia

• Large leafed Phlox that blooms earlier and is not susceptible to mildew • Lilac

JulSep

Zones 4-8

also good for cutting All paniculates perform best in full sun and good air circulation New breeding is for dwarf habits, improved mildew tolerance, heavy flower set

JulSep

38cm

Phlox ™

Neon Series 'Neon Flare' (paniculata)

• Red heart, pure white petals fading to blue-purplish, intense red-hot tip

Zones 4-8

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

50cm

Zones 4-8

Phlox

Phlox ™

Neon Series 'Aureole' (P) (paniculata)

Neon™ Series 'Neon Flare Blue'

• Bi-color, bright fuchsia blooms edged in chartreuse • Large flower panicles

(paniculata)

JulSep

75cm

40cm

Zones 4-8

• Blue flower heart, pure-white petals, intense blue tip

JulSep

40cm

Zones 4-8

50cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

'Blue Paradise' (paniculata)

'Candy Twist' (paniculata)

'Classic Cassis' (paniculata)

• Large, fragrant, violet-blue flowers with purple eyes • Better mildew resistance

• Lilac-white distinctive spokedpatterned flowers on a very short plant

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Phlox

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

5560cm

6070cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Jul- Zones Sep 4-8

38cm

75cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

'Cleopatra' (paniculata)

'Colours of Nature'

'Cosmopolitan' (P)

'David' (paniculata)

• Mixed colours with soft tones

(paniculata)

(paniculata)

• Mixed colours with soft tones of pink and purple

• Hot pink, overlapping petals around a fire red eye

• Large pure white flowers • Very floriferous • Increased mildew resistance

of pink and purple

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

50cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

50cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

38cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Zones 4-8

'Fondant Fancy' (P)

'Grenadine Dream' (P)

'Jade' (paniculata)

'Jeff’s Blue' (paniculata)

(paniculata)

(paniculata)

• Mid-pink flowers with darker eyes on a very compact plant • Improved mildew resistance

• Rich red-purple flowers on a short plant • Improved mildew resistance

• Stunning pure white flower with green tips

• Richly colored buds open to a

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

4560cm

6070cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

4560cm

soft purple-blue flower with a deep purple eye

JulSep

50cm

Zones 4-8

4560cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

'Jeff’s Pink' (paniculata)

'Larissa' (paniculata)

'Little Laura' (paniculata)

'Mike’s Choice' (paniculata)

• Spectacular color, with a beautiful and clear pink glow • Long flowering Phlox with healthy and strong green foliage

• Soft pink flowers with dark eye • More mildew resistant

• Violet-blue flowers with white eyes • Shorter plants with relatively large flowers • Longer blooming

• Smallish purple and white flowers

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with green-yellow edges densely packed into large clusters


Phlox

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

4560cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

45cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

4560cm

Zones 4-8

38cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

'Mike’s Favourite'

'Modern Art' (paniculata)

'Mystique Green' (paniculata) 'Piña Colada' (P) (paniculata)

(paniculata)

• Gorgeous magenta petals with

• Dark green foliage and dark

• Compact variety with clusters of large white flowers accented with dark-magenta eyes

JulSep

Zones 4-8

white eye on this late flowering and non-fading Phlox

JulSep

38cm

Zones 4-8

Phlox • Pure angel white overlapping

purple-black flowers that stay closed for approximately three weeks, pink when open

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

38cm

petals give this dwarf Phlox a robust appearance

6070cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

38cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

'Pink Lady' (P) (paniculata)

'Purple Kiss' (P) (paniculata)

'Rainbow Dancer'

'Red Caribbean' (paniculata)

• Pink petals with white center and pink heart Dwarf, floriferous, improved • mildew resistance

• Dwarf Phlox with intense, deep purple petals and a pure white eye • Florets grow up to 1.5"/ 4cm in diameter!

(paniculata)

• Pink striped petals with bright red center • Dwarf, floriferous, mildew

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

70cm

Phlox

Zones 4-8

• Soft purple flower with pink center • More mildew resistant

JulSep

38cm

Phlox

Zones 4-8

resistant

JulSep

38cm

Zones 4-8

Phlox

Phlox

'Sherbet Blend' (P) (paniculata) 'Strawberry Daiquiri' (P)

'Swizzle' (paniculata)

'Swizzle Blue' (paniculata)

• Yellow-green buds emerge out of chocolate-maroon bracts, opening into green-yellow-edged flowers with soft-pink or white centers

• This dwarf Phlox has a unique color combination with pinkishwhite overlapping petals around an intense, hot pink eye

• Dwarf Phlox with unique color

(paniculata)

• Intense, deep red flower on very healthy, dark green foliage • Very short variety

40cm

combination with blue-white overlapping petals around an intense, hot pink eye

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Phlox

JulSep

Zones 4-8

JulSep

38cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

38cm

Zones 4-8

JulSep

40cm

Zones 4-8

38cm

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

Phlox

'Tequila Sunrise' (P

'Tiara' (P) (paniculata)

'Twister' (paniculata)

'Watermelon Punch'

(paniculata)

• Highly scented, great as a cut • A reversed version of ‘Peppermint (paniculata) flower and remarkably beautiful Twist’, these plants feature pure • Salmon-pink petals around a large white flowers with a red-pink Healthy deep green foliage, a truly white centre! • flamed stripe

• Unique salmon-orange flowers on a compact, sturdy plant with deep green healthy foliage

remarkable and unique introduction

Polemonium reptans • Low growing, early

flowering, spreading species with larger leaflets Good under trees and shrubs and also in containers

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

Polygonatum falcatum & multiflorum • Graceful, unbranched Apr- Zones 4-8 Jul

Apr- Zones 4-8 Jul

3040cm

40cm

Polemonium (Jacob’s Ladder) Polemonium (Jacob’s Ladder) 'Northern Lights' reptans

'Stairway to Heaven' (P)

• Large clear blue flowers without a hint of purple • Green ferny foliage • Sterile selection

reptans

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

60cm

• Foliage is variegated with cream

stems neatly arranged with alternate, oval, green leaves on one side and clusters of small, pendulous, tubular white flowers on the other

edges and pink flushes in the spring, intense blue flowers

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

60cm

May- Zones 3-8 Jun

55cm

612in

Polygonatum

Polygonatum

Polygonatum

Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal)

(Solomon’s Seal)

(Solomon’s Seal)

(Solomon’s Seal)

humile

'Variegatum' falcatum

'Variegatum' multiflorum

'Striatum' hybridum

• White-edged leaves on red stems

• Variegated leaves with dark and

• Arching stems with dark-green

• Ovate leaves are arranged alternately on the stems • Pendent, tubular white flowers

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pale green streaks, and narrow white margins

leaves marked with pale-green and white streaks, white flowers

followed by round bluish-black fruit


Primula Potentilla thurberi • Small, clump-forming

perennial with loose clusters of deep velvety-red flowers on stiff stems Tufted foliage is reminiscent of that of the Horse Chestnut tree

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

60cm

Zones 4-8

45cm

Potentilla (Cinquefoil)

Potentilla (Cinquefoil)

'Monarch’s Velvet' thurberi

'Arc-en-Ciel'

'Light My Fire'

• Larger, deep raspberry-red

• Double crimson-red flowers with

• Flowers are detailed with red

Jan- Zones 4-8 Apr

30cm

Zones 5-8

Potentilla (Cinquefoil) flowers with dark velvety blotches in the centers

JulSep

JulSep

40cm

15cm

narrow yellow petal edges

Mar- Zones 5-9 Jun

2025cm

centers and pink-tinged edges around the creamy heart-shaped petals

May- Zones 5-8 Jun

2030cm

Potentilla (Cinquefoil)

Primula (Primrose)

Primula (Primrose)

Primula (Primrose)

'Twinkling Star'

'Blue Zebra' (P) acaulis

'Gigas' rosea

vialii (Orchid Primrose)

• Giant red and coral flowers, double the size of normal Potentillas • Attractive strawberry like foliage

• Blue Zebra has perfectly striped bright blue and white flowers in the midst of green textured leaves

• Loose clusters or umbels of bright magenta-pink blooms are held on stems above a rosette of newly expanding leaves

• Conical spikes of funneled violet

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

Mar- Zones 3-8 Jun

Mar- Zones 3-8 Jun

15cm

25cm

15cm

purple flowers that open from deep-red buds

Mar- Zones 5-9 Jun

1530cm

Primula (Primrose)

Primula (Primrose)

Primula (Primrose)

Primula (Primrose)

'Dark Rosaleen'

'Don Keefe' (P)

'Elizabeth Killelay' (P)

'Gold Lace'

• Unusual variety with broad bronze-red coloured leaves making the backdrop for deep red flowers

• Large orange-red flowers with small yellow eye on tall stems above glossy, deeply-veined foliage

• Fragrant double flowers of deep-maroon petals with gold edges

• Flowers are held in clusters, each

has brick-red to mahogany petals with a scalloped gold edge and a golden eye

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Primula Pulmonaria longifolia • Short, clump-forming

Mar- Zones 5-9 Jun

Mar- Zones 5-9 Jun

1530cm

1520cm

Primula (Primrose)

Primula (Primrose)

'Gold Lace Dark Red'

'Silver Lace Black'

• Golden eye with dark red petals

• Blooms of deep black-brown with

surrounded by a gold edge

a scalloped silver-white edge and a golden eye

perennials with long, lance-shaped leaves, which are dark green with silvery blotches Stemmed clusters of tubular flowers emerge before or at the same time as the leaves

Apr- Zones 3-8 May

30cm

Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Diana Clare' longifolia

• Large silver-sheened apple-green leaves • Violet-blue flowers • Vigorous-growing

Pulmonaria saccharata • Short, clump-forming

Apr- Zones 3-8 May

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

30cm

15in

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

'Roy Davidson' longifolia

ssp. cevennensis longifolia

• Pink flowers which mature to light blue

• One of the very best Pulmonarias with very long leaves and steely violet-blue flowers

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

30cm

25cm

• •

perennials with long, lance-shaped leaves, which are green with lots of silvery-white blotches They have a sugarfrosted appearance, hence the species name Clusters of tubular flowers in late spring

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

38cm

Apr- Zones 3-8 May

30cm

Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Mrs Moon' saccharata

• Pink flowers that later turn blue

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

2530cm

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

'Blue Ensign'

'Majesté'

'Moonshine'

'Raspberry Splash' (P)

• Large purple-blue flowers and broad green foliage • One of the best non-variegated

• The shimmering silver leaves • Blue flowers feature neat dark green edges, All silver leaves that emerge green • prettily speckled with green by

cultivars

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flowering time. Ice-blue flowers

• Very upright, strongly silver-

blotched, sharply pointed foliage and bright, raspberry-coral flowers


Rodgersia Ranunculus • A tall, upright,

well-branched plant, growing to a height of 24-36"

Apr- Zones 4-8 May

30cm

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

Apr- Zones 4-9 May

18cm

18cm

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

Pulmonaria (Lungwort)

'Samourai'

'Silver Bouquet' (P)

'Trevi Fountain'

• Long, narrow all-silver foliage with good sun tolerance Purple-blue flowers •

• Long, pointed, shiny silver leaves, with the occasional fleck of green, topped by clusters of large pink bells that change to bright blue

• Superb, brightly, silver-spotted, eye-pleasing foliage

Rodgersia pinnata • Large ornamental plants

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

75cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

100cm

Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup)

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

'Flore Pleno' rosea

'Dark Pokers' aesculifolia

• Flowers of Flore Pleno are in panicles, saucer-shaped, yellow, numerous flowers, up to 1"/2.5cm wide

• A bold perennial with handsomely attractive foliage, which will turn reddish-bronze in the autumn • Pinkish-red flowers

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

5055cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

90100cm

with long, glossy, textured, dark green leaflets with sharply serrated edges, arranged into large fans on red stems Branching panicles fluffed with clusters of petal-less flowers

Jun- Zones 4-7 Jul

80cm

Jun- Zones 4-7 Jul

60cm

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) 'Bloody Mary' pinnata

• Very beautiful dark foliage with red buds and dark-pink flowers • Rich flowering

Jun- Zones 4-7 Jul

100cm

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)

'Bronze Peacock' pinnata

'Candy Clouds' pinnata

'Chocolate Wings' pinnata

'Superba' pinnata

• Very dark thick foliage with pink flowers

• Large pink and white clouds of soft pink flowers • Green foliage

• Shades of chocolate, bronze and dark-green • Flowers open pale-pink with a darkred eye, then deepen to all red

• Bright-pink flowers and bronze-tinged foliage

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Rudbeckia Rudbeckia hirta • Black-eyed Susan is a

Rudbeckia fulgida • Upright, branching

• •

stems topped with solitary 3" (7.5cm) daisy-like flowers Dark green, oblonglanceolate, serrateedged foliage Very rough-textured stems and foliage

Jul- Zones Sep 4-9

JulSep

75cm

60cm

Zones 4-9

Rudbeckia (Blackeyed Susan)

Rudbeckia (Blackeyed Susan)

'Goldsturm' fulgida

'Pot of Gold' fulgida

• Flowers have narrow golden-

• Shorter variety with single, vivid

yellow petals spread around a rich dark center • Mildew-resistant plant

golden flowers, larger than those of R. ‘Goldsturm’, of which this is a sport

relatively large wildflower, ranging from 30-90cm in height As indicated by its name, the flower head has a prominent black or dark-brown central cone that is surrounded by rich, yellow, petal-like rays

Rudbeckia laciniata • Upright, branching

JulSep

Zones 5-9

JulSep

5060cm

Zones 5-9

4560cm

JulSep

50cm

Zones 5-9

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)

'Cherry Brandy' hirta

'Chim Chiminee' hirta

'Moroccan Sun' hirta

• Deep maroon red with a dark chocolate center • Flowers are 3-4"/7.5-12cm across and produced all summer

• Unusual narrow or quilled petals surrounding a brown cone • Flowers are in shades of yellow, gold, orange and mahogany red

• Mixture of fully double and semi double flowers • The colours range from bright

stems topped with large, solitary daisy-like flowers Glossy, mid-green, deeply divided foliage

clear yellow through to bronze

Rudbeckia nitida • Tall, upright, branching • JulSep

Zones 4-9

75cm

stems topped with large, solitary daisy-like flowers Irregularly cut and lobed green foliage

JulSep

Zones 5-8

180cm

JulSep

Zones 5-9

90120cm

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)

Rudbeckia (Shiny Coneflower) Rudbeckia (Browneyed Susan)

'Goldquelle' laciniata

'Herbstsonne' nitida

'Prairie Glow' triloba

• 3½" thick-filled, double, dahlia-like, golden-yellow flowers

• 3" single, bright-yellow flowers

• Gold tips accent the vibrant

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red-orange petals of this long-blooming prairie native


Salvia Salvia Lyrical Series • Excellent branching

Jun- Zones 6-10 Sep

5060cm

puts more flowers per container and makes showier retail displays Strong and robust – Lyrical ™ loves the heat!

May- Zones 4-9 Sep

5660cm

May- Zones 4-9 Sep

5660cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

'Blue Lips' bulleyana

Lyrical Series Lyrical Blues (P) nemorosa

Lyrical Series Lyrical Rose (P) nemorosa

• Deep blue flowers accented by purple stems • Sturdy and mounding habit

• Clusters of intense pink • Sturdy and mounding habit • Very hardy

• Open mouthed pale custard yellow blooms with blueberry coloured edges smother aromatic foliage from summer through to autumn

Salvia nemorosa • Neat, branching,

May- Zones 4-9 Sep

5660cm

May- Zones 4-9 Sep

5660cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Lyrical Series Lyrical Silvertone (P)

Lyrical Series Lyrical White (P) nemorosa

nemorosa

• Pure white flowers accented by purple stems • Sturdy and mounding habit

• The only bicolour S. nemerosa with deep blue & white edging

May- Zones 4-8 Jun

45cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

30cm

clump-forming perennials with narrow, oval, rough-textured leaves Densely coated, spike-like racemes of lipped flowers in summer

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

May- Zones 4-8 Sep

50cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blauhügel' nemorosa

• Lilac-blue flowers, gray-green foliage • Exceptionally long bloomer

90cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

45cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

'Caradonna' nemorosa

'Marcus' (P) nemorosa

'May Night' nemorosa

'Ostfriesland' nemorosa

• Rich violet-blue flowers on purple-black stems

• Compact variety with a broad speading habit • Deep purple-blue flowers

• Violet-blue flowers

• Deep purple flowers

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Salvia Salvia pratensis • Clump-forming

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

perennials with wavy-edged, oblong basal leaves and many sparsely foliated stems carrying long racemes of lipped flowers

35cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Pink Friesland' (P)

May- Zones 4-8 Oct

nemorosa

• A pink version of Salvia ‘Ostfriesland’ with an abundance of deep pink flower spikes

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

38cm

60cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

'Madeline' (P) pratensis

'Pink Delight' (P) pratensis

• Many bi-color blue-white flowers on every stem • A strong grower that flushes a

• Lavender-pink flowers • Fast growing and very floriferous • One of the first Salvias to flower

second time after pinching

NOT AVAILABLE FOR N.A.

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Showy Stonecrop spectabile Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

60cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Scabiosa

'Rhapsody in Blue' (P)

'Butterfly Blue' columbaria

pratensis

• Blue-lilac flowers • Proven well known variety

• Purple-blue flowers • Fast growing and very floriferous

Low-growing plants with opposite fleshy leaves and broad flower clusters.

3040cm

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

38cm

Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Neon' spectabile (Showy Stonecrop)

• The brightest pink flower clusters ever seen on a Sedum • Grows with a tidy habit

Sedum (Stonecrop)

SunSparkler Series

®

Fascinating new series of unique, never-before-seen Sedum hybrids by famous hybridizer Chris Hansen.

JulSep

Zones 4-8

4550cm

15cm

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

SunSparkler Series 'Blue Pearl'

SunSparkler Series 'Lime Zinger'

• Round shaped blue/purple foliage with dark pink flowers Dark • red stems

• Thumbnail-sized leaves of lime green are

®

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Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

®

each surrounded by cherry-red picotee edges


Sedum

Sedum (Stonecrop)

telephium Low-growing plants with slightly toothed, fleshy leaves and dense clusters of tiny flowers Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

40cm

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

'Bon Bon' telephium

'Red Cauli' telephium

• Very early blooming variety • Small, separated clusters of pink

• Bright red flowers over

30cm

purple-tinted, blue-green foliage

flowers over chocolate foliage

AugSep

Zones 4-10

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

20cm

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

38cm

50cm

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

50cm

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Touchdown™ Series 'Touchdown™ Teak'

'Autumn Delight/Beka'

'Autumn Fire'

'Autumn Joy'

• Leaves have cream-gold centers with green margins • Dusty-pink flowers

• Fuller, longer lasting flower clusters • Rosy pink flowers age through salmon-bronze to copper-red shades

• Light-green leaves • Clusters of flowers that are

• Amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

45cm

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

50cm

JulAug

Zones 3-9

50cm

whitish in bud, opening shell-pink and maturing deep bronze-red

JulSep

Zones 3-9

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

'Carl'

'Frosted Fire'

'Ice Ruffles' (P)

'Jose Aubergine' (P)

• Fleshy, oblong, blue-grey leaves and bun-shaped clusters of rose-pink flowers

• Full, long lasting flower clusters • Rosy pink flowers age through salmon-bronze to copper-red shades

• A stable variegated form of ‘Crazy Ruffles’ with dark foliage

• Earlier blooming, upright • Ovate leaves are a deep, rich

58cm

aubergine color and flowers are deep, dusky pink

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Sedum

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

38cm

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

16in

JulAug

30cm

Zones 3-9

20cm

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

'Lajos/Autumn Charm'

'Moonlight Serenade'

'Picolette' (P)

'Pinky'

• Variegated ‘Autumn Joy’ with bright cream-gold edged foliage

• Strong and vigorous variety, with red flowers maturing to red with yellow highlights

• Small bronze-red foliage with a silver sheen • Many small clusters of small pink flowers

• Dwarf green foliage topped by

JulAug

Zones 3-9

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

20cm

38cm

Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

new foliage splotched pink and cream, pink flowers

JulAug

16in

Zones 3-9

20cm

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sedum (Stonecrop)

'Pinky Grey'

'Purple Emperor'

'Twinkling Star'

'Winky'

• Dwarf grey-green foliage with dark-red toothed edging

• Dusty-pink flowers and dark purple-red foliage • Tidy habit The best dark sedum available

• Low, rich-flowering with a light yellow flower color

• Dwarf grey-green foliage topped

Sidalcea oregana • Slender, upright stems • Aug- Zones 3-9 Oct

40cm

densely filled with hollyhock-like flowers Glossy green, shallow-lobed foliage

Sidalcea hybrids • Slender-stemmed • JulAug

Zones 4-7

70cm

Sedum (Stonecrop)

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)

'Xenox' (P)

'Brilliant' oregana

• Plants appear dark, as the green foliage is covered with a blue glaze caused by a thick waxy layer • Pink flowers

• Carmine red flowers

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by new foliage splotched pink and cream, pink flowers

spikes filled with hollyhock-like flowers Attractive glossy green, shallow-lobed foliage


Thalictrum

JulAug

Zones 4-7

JulAug

60cm

Zones 4-7

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

88cm

90100cm

JulAug

Zones 4-7

38cm

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)

'Candy Girl'

'Elsie Heugh'

'Lilac Candice'

'Little Princess' (P)

• Dark-rose flowers, very floriferous with long flower spikes • Tidy habit

• Fringed satin-pink flowers

• Rich flowering variety with pink flowers

• Soft-pink flowers on a compact plant

Silene x robotii • A cross between plants from Silene and the former Lychnis genus

Apr- Zones 3-9 Aug

Apr- Zones 3-7 May

38cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

75cm

30cm

Silene (Campion)

Smilacina

Solidago (Goldenrod)

'Rolley’s Favorite' (P)

(False Solomon’s Seal)

'Cloth of Gold'

x robotii

racemosa

• Soft-pink flowers with white centers • Blooms in April and all summer long if cut back after initial flush

• Pyramidal clusters of tiny fragrant

• Woody perennial that produces

white flowers, which fruit into red berries with purple spots

panicles of bright yellow flowers in summer and autumn

Stachys monieri • Rosette-like clumps

of distinctive, heavily-textured, glossy green foliage Stiff, upright stalks topped with spikes of flowers

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

50cm

May- Zones 4-8 Jul

30cm

JulAug

Zones 3-8

180240cm

Stachys (Common Betony)

Symphytum (Comfrey)

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

'Hummelo' monieri

'Goldsmith' grandiflorum

rochebrunianum

• Purple flowers

• Variegated foliage in light green with a creamy yellow margin • Whitish tubular drooping flowers

• Lavender-purple flowers appear on tall, dark purple stems

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Thalictrum Thalictrum aquilegifolium • Upright plants with

branching stems of small, blue-green foliage Fragrant flowers formed from starburst arrangements of sepals and stamens

Jun- Zones 4-7 Sep

Jun- Zones 4-7 Aug

120150cm

100cm

113cm

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

'Black Stockings'

'Album' delavayi

'Hewitt’s Double' delavayi

aquilegifolium

• Rarely seen white flowered variety

• Long-lasting double pinkish

• Black stems with lacey foliage • Huge clusters of bright lavender flowers

Jun- Zones 4-7 Aug

Jun- Zones 4-7 Aug

100cm

Jun- Zones 5-9 Aug

May- Zones 4-7 Jul

250cm

lavender flowers

May- Zones 5-8 Jun

188cm

30cm

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

Tiarella (Foamflower)

'Splendide White' delavayi

'Tukker Princess' flavum

'Splendide'

'Taelon'

• White large flower on sturdy plant

• Striking solitary plant with beautiful grey-blue leaves • Stays upright

• Elegant crimson stems support delicate purple flowers in May which are replaced by yellow stamens in summer

• Exquisitely textured, bright green

maple-like leaves emblazoned with black centers

Tradescantia andersoniana • A clumping mass of

May- Zones 5-9 Jun

25cm

Tiarella (Foamflower)

thick, upright stems with long, drooping leaves and pretty, 3-petaled flowers that twine themselves around the foliage

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

45cm

May- Zones 3-9 Sep

30cm

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

'Timbuktu'

'Concord Grape'

'Good Luck' (andersoniana)

• Yellow green oak-like leaves with purple red veins and center • Pretty pink white bottlebrush flowers

(andersoniana)

• Strong healthy leaves, bushy

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• Rich-purple flowers • Frosty blue foliage

growth habit makes it very suitable for a container • Floriferous


Trollius

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

80cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

60cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

45cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

45cm

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

'Ocean Blue' (andersoniana)

'Osprey' (andersoniana)

'Perrine’s Pink'

'Pink Chablis' (andersoniana)

• Bigger flowers than normal Tradescantias

• White flowers centered with feathery blue stamens

(andersoniana)

• Soft pink flowers with ruffled

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

45cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Sep

60cm

• Pale-pink flowers and blue-green foliage • Seedling from T. ‘Concorde Grape

Jun- Zones 3-9 Sep

60cm

white edges

JulAug

Zones 4-8

5070cm

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tradescantia (Spiderwort)

Tricyrtis (Toad Lily)

'Red Grape' (andersoniana)

'Sweet Kate' (andersoniana)

'Zwanenburg Blue'

macropoda

• Red flowers and unusual blue-green foliage

• Blue flowers and golden foliage

(andersoniana)

• Flowers have reflexed tepals that

syn. stolonifera formosana • Long, upright stems

with semi-clasping, slightly hairy, dark green, long oval leaves Loose cymes of long-lasting, pink-white, funneled flowers prominently flecked with crimson spots

• Violet-purple flowers

are greenish white or white, with purple-red spots

Trollius chinensis • Foliage is divided into broad sections

Aug- Zones 4-8 Sep

75cm

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

70cm

Tricyrtis (Toad Lily)

Trollius (Globe Flower)

'Dark Beauty' formosana

'Golden Queen' chinensis

(syn. Stolonifera)

• 2½"/6cm, golden-yellow flowers

• Flowers have purple spots on a white background

with distinct centers, partly filled with narrow upright petals

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Trollius Trollius cultorum • Foliage is divided into

Trollius europaeus • Large round leaves

smaller sections

divided into fairly broad sections with very toothed edges

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

Jun- Zones 3-8 Jul

May- Zones 3-7 Jul

60cm

75cm

Trollius (Globe Flower)

Trollius (Globe Flower)

'Cheddar' cultorum

'Superbus' europaeus

• 1½"/4cm semi-double, globe-shaped, cream-yellow flowers

• 1"/2.5cm. lemon-yellow flowers • Prolific bloomer

Apr- Zones 4-9 Jun

50cm

JulSep

60cm

Zones 4-8

35cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

35cm

Trollius (Globe Flower)

Uvularia (Belwort)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

stenopetalus

grandiflora

• Yellow flowers that open 1.5" across • Nice boldly divided leaves and

• Native to the United States, this

Atomic™ Series 'Atomic Amethyst Ray'

Atomic™ Series 'Atomic Lavender'

(P)

• Lilac flower with white stamens

plant has yellow, hanging flowers on tall stems • Foliage is long and lancet-shaped

narrow petals

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Veronica (Speedwell) ™

JulSep

35cm

Zones 4-8

Veronica (Speedwell)

JulSep

40cm

Zones 4-8

Veronica (Speedwell)

35cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

35cm

Veronica (Speedwell)

Atomic Series 'Atomic Pink Ray' (P)

Atomic Series 'Atomic Red Ray'

Atomic Series 'Atomic Sky Ray' (P)

Atomic™ Series 'Atomic Violet Ray' (P)

• Pink flower spikes

• Red flower spikes

• Blue flowers with light pink

• Lilac-blue flowers with pink stamens • Shorter and thicker flower spikes

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• Lilac flowers with pink stamens

stamens


Veronica

JulSep

Zones 4-8

40cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

25cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

70cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

50cm

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Atomic Series 'Atomic White Ray'

Harmony Series 'Baby Doll' (P)

Harmony Series 'High Five' (P)

Harmony Series 'Lilac Fantasy'

• Pure white flower spikes

• Shorter variety with pink flowers

• Very long, thick spikes of blue

• Glossy green foliage with strong, lilac color flower spikes • Disease-free cultivar

Veronica (Speedwell) ™

JulSep

and good uniform habit

Zones 4-8

40cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

50cm

flowers over very short plants

Jun- Zones 4-8 Aug

30cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Harmony Series 'Pink Harmony' (P)

Harmony Series 'Purpleicious' (P)

Harmony Series 'Twilight' (P)

Plumosa™ Series 'Amethyst Plume' (P)

• Pale pink flowers with protruding deep-pink stamens Attractive silver-green foliage •

• Intense purple flowers and • Mid-blue flowers and gray foliage dark-green foliage • Blooms earlier Very healthy, disease-free cultivar • • Compact and very floriferous

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5060cm

JulSep

Zones 4-8

16in

JulSep

Zones 4-8

4050cm

14in

• Intense purple flowers and dark-green foliage • Very healthy, disease-free cultivar

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5060cm

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Plumosa™ Series 'Blue Plume'

Plumosa™ Series 'Hot Pink Plume'

'Candied Candle' longifolia

'First Lady' (P) longifolia

• Unique multi-flowering Veronica with strong dark green foliage • Clusters of Blue flowers

• Unique multi-flowering Veronica has strong dark green foliage

Spikes of pure white flowers, • Rose pink tight flowers form spires • very uniform growth habit, above clump forming foliage of dark green

flowers all summer

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Veronica

JulSep

Zones 4-8

4050cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 Aug

5060cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

3040cm

JulAug

Zones 4-8

3040cm

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

'Pink Eveline' (P) longifolia

'Abundance' spicata x longifolia

'Baby Blue' (P) spicata

'Baby Pink' (P) spicata

• A new hybrid Veronica that produces pale pink flower spikes with vivid purple stems throughout the summer and into autumn

• Sturdy and upright all summer • Pinkish lilac with numerous individual flowers on each separate spike

• Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, deep-blue spikes

• Dwarf and very floriferous spicata

JulAug

Zones 4-8

JulAug

3040cm

Zones 4-8

3040cm

Jun- Zones 4-8 Oct

30cm

hybrid, pink spikes

JulSep

Zones 4-8

30cm

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

Veronica (Speedwell)

'Baby Red' (P) spicata

'Baby White' (P) spicata

'Royal Candles' (P) spicata

'First Love' (P)

• Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, HOT-red spikes

• Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, pure-white spikes

• Longblooming dwarf, with very solid conical spikes of rich violet-blue flowers

• Short, well branched and amazing

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul

100cm

100cm

Veronicastrum

Veronicastrum

(Culver’s Root)

(Culver’s Root)

'Apollo' virginicum

'Fascination' virginicum

• 15"/38cm • long racemes of light-pink flowers fluorescent pink color

• 15"/38cm • Long racemes of lilac-rose flowers

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fluorescent pink color


2016 Dahlia Varieties Dahlia dark foliage • Series of compact,

dark-leaved varieties with richly colored flowers

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

35cm

Zones 8-10

MayOct

35cm

Zones 8-10

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Cactus Series 'Playa Blanca' (For 6" pots)

Cactus Series 'Red Pigmy' (For 6" pots)

Cactus Series 'Yellow Happiness'

• White, semi cactus type

• Red, semi cactus type

(For 6" pots)

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

3540cm

Dahlia

Zones 8-10

35cm

• Yellow, semi cactus type

MayOct

3540cm

Dahlia

Zones 8-10

MayOct

3540cm

Zones 8-10

25cm

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dark Angel Series Dark Angel Series 'American Pie' (P) (Dark Foliage) 'Braveheart' (P) (Dark Foliage)

Dark Angel Series 'Dracula' (P) (Dark Foliage)

Dark Angel Series 'Pulp Fiction' (P) (Dark Foliage)

• Soft-pink, almost white at the edges • Dark-purple • Dark foliage • Dark foliage

• Warm purple-red flower, dark

• Bright red flowers on top of dark-purple, almost black foliage • Shorter than the other Dark Angels

MayOct

Zones 8-10

purple-red foliage

MayOct

3540cm

Zones 8-10

MayOct

35cm

Zones 8-10

Zones 8-10

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dark Angel Series 'Taxi Driver' (P) (Dark Foliage)

Decorative Series Decorative Series Decorative Series 'Autumn Fairy' (Large Flowered) 'Brigitta Alida' (Large Flowered) 'Claudette' (Large Flowered)

• Bright-yellow with brown-black

• Good pot variety with decorative

heart, dark bronze foliage

orange flowers

Dahlia

MayOct

40in

• Black-red dinnerplate

20in

Dahlia • Knockout purple-pink blooms

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2016 Dahlia Varieties

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

36in

Zones 8-10

MayOct

50cm

Zones 8-10

MayOct

36in

Zones 8-10

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Decorative Series 'Dazzling Magic'

Decorative Series 'Firepot' (Large Flowered)

Decorative Series 'Fleurel' (Large Flowered)

Decorative Series 'Kelvin Floodlight'

(Large Flowered)

• Salmon-orange with yellow center

• White with a cream-toned center

(Large Flowered)

• Orange-yellow flowers with red edge

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

35cm

Zones 8-10

MayOct

112cm

Zones 8-10

• Yellow flowers

MayOct

44in

Zones 8-10

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Decorative Series 'Little Tiger' (Large Flowered)

Decorative Series 'Vancouver' (Large Flowered)

Decorative Series 'White Perfection'

Happy Single Series 'First Love' (For 6" pots)

• Red, white tips, decorative type

• Purple-white flowers

(Large Flowered)

• Light orange, thin red accent

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

60cm

MayOct

24in

Zones 8-10

MayOct

22in

Zones 8-10

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Happy Single Series 'Juliet' (P) (For 6" pots)

Happy Single Series 'Princess' (P) (For 6" pots)

Happy Single Series 'Romeo' (P) (For 6" pots)

'Happy Butterfly'

• Compact variety with dark foliage and single rich pink flowers with a dark center

• White with soft-pink tips

• Compact, dark-leaved form with single, deep-red flowers • Dark foliage

• Salmon to apricot with purple

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30cm

around the center and dark-brown heart

• White flowers

Zones 8-10

112cm

44 in

(Single Flowering)

heart surrounded by bright yellow


2016 Dahlia Varieties

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

24in

Zones 8-10

MayOct

22in

Zones 8-10

MayOct

56cm

Zones 8-10

56cm

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Melody Series 'Allegro' (For 8" pots)

Melody Series 'Bolero' (For 8" pots)

Melody Series 'Dixie' (For 8" pots)

Melody Series 'Gipsy' (For 8" pots)

• Full flowers are a complex mix of

• Clear red flowers

• Cream white center with lilac tips

• Bright pink with yellow center

pink, salmon and with a lilac-tinted reverse

MayOct

Zones 8-10

MayOct

56cm

Zones 8-10

MayOct

56cm

Zones 8-10

MayOct

112cm

Zones 8-10

35cm

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Dahlia

Melody Series 'Latin' (For 8" pots)

Melody Series 'Lizza' (For 8" pots)

Paeonia Series 'Bishop of Llandaff'

Paeonia Series 'Fascination' (Bronze foliage)

• Clear yellow • Beautifull container flowers

• Bicolor, lavender-pink outer petals

(Bronze foliage)

• Lavender, decorative flower • Flowers up to 5"

MayOct

Zones 8-10

surrounding a cluster of tiny yellow petals at their center

• Peony like dahlia with single red flowers and dark bronze foliage

80cm

Dahlia 'Twynings Smartie' (Single Flowering)

• Mixed purple and white petals with a yellow heart • Amazing contrast! 119


Cultural Instructions For A Good Start

1Upon Arrival

Let the roots thaw out slowly. Most plants are shipped frozen at 28°F (-2°C) to keep them dormant. If the plant material is still frozen upon arrival please leave it in a cool, dry place to thaw out slowly so that it is able to adapt. Plants need fresh air: open all boxes and bags immediately upon receipt, but prevent dehydration. Temperature and condensation will build up inside closed boxes, causing sprouting and rotting. However, plant material in open boxes can dry out easily, so ventilation should be minimal and prevent direct sunlight at all times. Check the condition of the roots in the boxes daily. Plants that have started to sprout must be planted immediately. If any sign of fungal or bacterial infection is suspected, plants can not be stored anymore. Infected parts must be removed and the plants treated with fungicide and/or bactericide.

Items that do not tolerate storage must be planted immediately. Do not leave the plant material longer than necessary in the boxes and bags, for storage will reduce vigor for every species. If unable to transplant immediately, store in a cool place (2-8°C/36-46F). When stored at higher temperatures with lower humidity, the vigor will be reduced dramatically. At temperatures higher than 68°F (20°C), the roots must be planted within 24 hours.

2 Planting

Do not plant roots that are still frozen. Frozen roots are not able to transport water to the buds. If the buds have thawed out before the roots have, they can be damaged by dehydration. Do not force thawing as this will create stressful conditions to the roots and buds. Handle the roots with great care to avoid breaking of buds and/or roots. Some species have fragile buds and/or roots. Breaking off may decrease plant size. Don’t let roots dry out during potting. Prevent dehydration of the roots by planting them right away after you have taken them out of the box. Serious damage to fine-haired roots like Epimedium or Phlox can be done in 10 minutes, they can dry out in 20 minutes! Make sure the potting room is free of draught. Always cover roots during breaks. Rootpinching Some plants root better if the roots are pinched (see table) Soil It is necessary to use a well-drained potting soil to avoid roots staying wet, which can cause them to rot. Many problems come from a lack of adequate drainage. Don’t give plants fertilizer before they are actively growing. Firm the soil around the roots: prevent air pockets Roots should be centered in the pot and spread out evenly, with all roots facing downward. There must be good contact between all parts of the roots and the soil. Firm the soil around the roots. All of this is necessary for the roots to absorb water and nutrients.

Many perennials should be planted “high” Results of experiments conducted by Dr. Bill Miller of the Cornell University suggest that many perennials should be planted with the crown (intersection of the roots and the shoots) at or slightly above soil level, after watering and settling. Some plants such as Geranium Ballerina showed an almost absolute adversion to deep planting (1/2 to 1" deep) with a nearly 100% loss. High planting, on the other hand, resulted in nearly 100% survival and good growth (Handling Bareroot Perennials, Growertalks, May 2004, by W.B. Miller and A. Bestic). The most important reason for this, is that plants will receive daylight sooner than when they are planted too deeply. With daylight, plants make energy, which they need for growing. Also, when planted too deeply the crown may stay too wet for too long, which can cause them to rot.

3 After Planting

Water carefully. After planting in early spring, do not water the first week: in this stage the roots can only accept little moisture and need to be stimulated to look for water. After this, slowly start with watering. Also, the young shoots are especially vulnerable to overwatering before they appear above the soil: in this critical phase, over watering may cause suffocation of plant parts or damping-off diseases. Be extra careful with irrigation at low temperatures: plant growth is slower, therefore this critical phase lasts longer. Some plants need a dryer start than others. Once the plants have started to grow, revert to a regular watering schedule. Some plants prefer to be grown “dry,” others “wet” (see table). Keep the soil moisture as constant as possible; too much fluctuation will harm the plant.

Fungicide drench A fungicide drench applied on plant material one to two weeks after planting can prevent problems. Greenhouse conditions In early spring, plants have different requirements regarding temperature. Some plants prefer a cold start (35°-55°F / 1.6°-12.8°C), some a medium cold start (45°- 65°F / 7.2°-18.3°C), others a warm start (60°-75°F / 15.5°-23.8°C). Prevent the young shoots from freezing at all times: some plants won’t give you a second chance! Ventilation in the greenhouse is very important: little ventilation will cause problems with mildew and fungus.

Please contact your sales representative for additional cultural instructions on Delphinium and Echinacea.

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Cultural Instructions For A Good StartA Claims and Comments Upon arrival, please check the plants you have received against the packing list and report shortages. Also, notify us immediately if you doubt the viability of a variety during planting: e.g. when roots are moldy or soft. We recommend that you still plant the stock because many plants will grow out of it. Never send stock back without letting us know first.

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Pictures: by Dr Bill Miller, Cornell University

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Cultural Instructions For A Good Start Plant Table genus Acanthus Achillea Aconitum Agapanthus Agastache Ajuga Alcea Aralia Alchemilla Amsonia Anemone Aquilegia Arisarum Aruncus Aster Astilbe Astilboides Astrantia Athyrium Belacanda Bergenia Berkheya Brunnera Campanula Centaurea Cimicifuga Clematis Convallaria Coreopsis Cosmos Crocosmia Cypripedium Cynara Dahlia Darmera Delphinium Dicentra Digitalis Disporopsis Disporum Dodecatheon Dryopteris Echinacea Epimedium Erodium Eremurus Eryngium Eucomis Eupatorium Filipendula Gaillardia Gaura Geranium Geum Gillenia Helenium Helianthus Heliopsis Helleborus Hemerocallis Hepatica

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeders’ Rights Variety

USPP

CAN PBR

EU PBR

Achillea Crême de la Crême Achillea Ending Blue Achillea millefolium ‘Laura’ Achillea Lightning Pink Achillea millefolium ‘Little Susie’ Achillea millefolium ‘Pretty Belinda’ Achillea millefolium ‘Pretty Woman’ Achillea Salmon Queen Achillea Sparkling Contrast Achillea Summer Night Achillea Summerwine Achillea Tricolor Achillea White Butterfly Achillea Yellow Bouquet Agapanthus ‘Back in Black’ Aralia cordata ‘Sun King’ Aruncus ‘Misty Lace’ Astilbe Cappuccino Astilbe (Arendsii hybr.) ‘Flamingo’ Astilbe chinensis ‘Little Vision in Pink’ Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in Pink’ Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in Red’ Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision in White’ Astilbe chinensis ‘Vision’ Astilbe ‘Country and Western’ Astilbe ‘Diamonds and Pearls’ Astilbe ‘Heart and Soul’ Astilbe ‘Hip Hop’ Astilbe ‘Jump and Jive’ Astilbe japonica ‘Lollypop’ Astilbe ‘Look at Me’ Astilbe ‘Love and Pride’ Astilbe ‘New Wave’ Astilbe Raspberry Astilbe ‘Rhythm and Blues’ Astilbe ‘Rock and Roll’ Astilbe (Simplicifolia hybr.) ‘Pink Lightning’ Astilbe ‘Spotlight’ Astilbe ‘Stand and Deliver’ Astilbe ‘To Have and To Hold’ Astilbe Younique™ Carmine Astilbe Younique™ Cerise Astilbe Younique™ Lilac Astilbe Younique™ Pink Astilbe Younique™ Red Astilbe Younique Ruby Red Astilbe Younique™ Salmon Astilbe Younique™ Silvery Pink Astilbe Younique™ White Astrantia major ‘Midnight Owl’ Astrantia major ‘Roma’ Astrantia major ‘Star of Beauty’ Astrantia major ‘Star of Billion’ Astrantia major ‘Star of Fire’ Astrantia major ‘Star of Royals’ Astrantia major ‘Super Star’ Astrantia major ‘Venice’ Bergenia Dragonfly™ ‘Angel Kiss’ Bergenia Dragonfly Flirt Bergenia Dragonfly™ ‘Sakura’ Bergenia Dragonfly Spring Fling Bergenia ‘Lunar Glow’ Bergenia Pink Dragonfly Brunnera macrophylla ‘Emerald Mist’ Brunnera macrophylla Green Gold Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ Brunnera macrophylla ‘King’s Ransom’ Brunnera macrophylla ‘Looking Glass’ Brunnera macrophylla ‘Mr. Morse’ Brunnera macrophylla ‘Silver Heart’

TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM PP 16,244 PPAF PP 15,798 PP 24,940 PP 12,664 PP 21,886 PP 11,860 PP 11,965 PP 18,965

TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM

TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM

PP 14,969 PP 19,092 PP 16,451 PP 24,165 PP 14,892 PP 11,966 PPAF PP 19,093 PPAF PP 14,846 PP 14,855 PP 11,963 PP 21,918

CAN 1441 CAN 4611 CAN 1333 CAN 1334 CAN 4249

EU 3114 EU 13381 EU 22054 EU 15759 EU 34353 EU 13383 CAN 1442

CAN 1443

PP 19,106 PP 20,324 PP 20,661 PP 19,847 PP 19,841 PP 23,143 PP 19,846 PP 20,656 PP 19,845 PPAF PP 11,470 PPAF PP 20,352 PP 20,284 PPAF PPAF PP 18,420 TM TM TM TM PP 20,247 TM PP 20,460 PPAF PP 13,859 PP 17,892 PP 19,947 PP 24,685

EU 34355 EU 7360 EU 29515 EU 7359 EU 11756

EU PBR EU PBR EU 34630 EU PBR EU 13384 EU 13386 EU 11596 EU 24270 EU 19773 EU 24266 EU 24272 EU 24268 EU 24267 EU 34351 EU PBR EU 26920 EU 24271 EU 24265

CAN 1332

TM TM TM TM TM CAN 3976 CAN 1799 CAN 3977 CAN 3115

EU 4975 EU 20865 EU 25171 EU 27275 EU 20878 EU 22798 TM TM TM TM TM EU 31552 EU PBR EU 9772 EU 31551 EU 17444 EU 25449

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeders’ Rights Variety

USPP

Campanula glomerata ‘Freya’ Campanula glomerata ‘Genti Blue’ Campanula glomerata ‘Genti White’ Campanula lactiflora ‘Border Blues’ Campanula ‘Pink Octopus’ Campanula ‘Purple Sensation’ Campanula siberica ‘Royal Wedding’ Campanula ‘Twisterbell’ Cimicifuga ramosa ‘Queen of Sheba’ Coreopsis Li’l Banga Enchanted Eve Coreopsis Li’l Banga Red Elf Coreopsis Li’l Banga Starlight Coreopsis Li’l Banga Daybreak Coreopsis Satin & Laceâ Series Berry Chiffon Coreopsis Solar Dance Coreopsis verticillata ‘Tweety’ Crocosmia ‘Harlequin’ Crocosmia ‘Limpopo’ Crocosmia ‘Okavango’ Dahlia Happy Single ‘First Love’ Dahlia Happy Single ‘Juliet’ Dahlia Impression ‘Futuro’ Dahlia Melody ‘Dora’ Dahlia Melody ‘Gipsy’ Dahlia Melody ‘Latin’ Dahlia Melody ‘Lizza’ Dahlia Melody ‘Dixie’ Delphinium (Elatum hybr.) ‘Coral Sunset’ Delphinium (Elatum hybr.) ‘Darwin’s Blue Indulgence Delphinium (Elatum hybr.) ‘Darwin’s Pink Indulgence Delphinium (Elatum hybr.) ‘Tessa’ Delphinium (Elatum hybr.) ‘Wishful Thinking’ Delphinium Highlander ® Blueberry Pie Delphinium Highlander ® Chrystal Delight Delphinium Highlander ® Moon Light Delphinium Highlander ® Morning Sunrise Delphinium Highlander ® Sweet Sensation Dicentra Amore™ Rose Dicentra ‘Burning Hearts’ Dicentra ‘Candy Hearts’ Dicentra ‘Ivory Hearts’ Dicentra ‘Red Fountain’ Dicentra spectabilis ‘Gold Heart’ Dicentra Sweet Hearts Dicentra ‘Valentine’ Disporum cantoniense ‘Green Giant’ Dodecatheon meadia ‘Aphrodite’ Echinacea ‘Bubble Gum’ Echinacea ‘Cranberry’ Echinacea ‘Mandarin’ Echinacea ‘Orangeberry’ Echinacea ‘Raspberry’ Echinacea ‘Evening Glow’ Echinacea Garden Emotion Inferno Echinacea ‘Greenline’ Echinacea ‘Harvest Moon’ Echinacea ‘Irresistible’ Echinacea ‘Orange Passion’ Echinacea ‘Piccolino’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Fatal Attraction’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Green Envy’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Green Jewel’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Hot Summer’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Kim’s Knee High’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Razzmatazz’ Echinacea purpurea ‘Virgin’ Echinacea ‘Adobe Orange’ Echinacea ‘Flamenco Orange’ Echinacea ‘Hot Coral’ Echinacea ‘Lemon Yellow’

PP 22,738 PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 18,885 PP 16,027 PPAF PPAF PP 21,727 TM TM TM TM TM TM PP 23,347

TM TM TM TM TM TM CAN 4641

PP 16,984 PP 16,907

CAN 2953 CAN 3660

PP 13,257 PP 12,792 PP 13,212 PP 15,776 PP 12,911 PP 14,715 PP 13,011 PP 13,065 PP 23,978 PP 13,010 PPAF PP 20,339 PP 20,340 PP 20,380 PP 20,341 TM PP 20,797 PP 14,692 PP 15,599 PP 21,269 PPAF

CAN 2871 CAN 2071 CAN 2420 CAN 2421 CAN 2072

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PP 22,739 PPAF PP 14,002 PP 23,103 PPAF PPAF PP 23,145 PP 23,117 PPAF TM PPAF PP 17,652 PP 20,756 PPAF PPAF PP 18,429 TM PP 18,678 PP 20,687 PP 12,242 PP 13,894 PP 18,684 PPAF PPAF PP 23,097 PPAF

CAN PBR

EU PBR EU 32774 EU PBR EU PBR EU 15760

TM

CAN 0974

CAN 3199 CAN 4667 CAN PBR CAN PBR CAN 4669 CAN 4668 TM

CAN 3984 CAN 3985 CAN 4168

CAN 3986 CAN PBR CAN PBR CAN 4670 CAN PBR

EU PBR TM TM TM TM TM TM EU PBR EU PBR EU 20876 EU 20874 EU 20488 EU 17021 EU PBR EU 10171 EU 7167 EU 10033 EU 20483 EU 6617 EU 13547 EU 10062 EU 10030 EU 36903 EU 10092 EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR TM EU PBR EU 17888 EU 15737 EU 29488 EU 4817 EU PBR EU 29777 EU PBR EU 12730 EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR TM EU PBR EU 23017 EU 32283 EU PBR EU 35488 EU 20563 EU 23029 EU 27429 EU 29024 EU 9542 EU 11936 EU 23035 EU PBR EU 35269 EU PBR


Variety

USPP

CAN PBR

EU PBR

Echinacea ‘Salsa Red’ Echinacea ‘Sandy Yellow’ Echinacea Sensation Pink Echinacea ‘Summer Samba’ Echinacea ‘Summer Sun’ Echinacea ‘Sundown’ Echinacea ‘Sunrise’ Epimedium ‘Amber Queen’ Epimedium ‘Fire Dragon’ Epimedium ‘Flowers of Sulphur’ Eryngium ‘Blue Jackpot’ Eryngium planum ‘Jade Frost’ Eryngium ‘Sunny Jackpot’ Eupatorium maculatum ‘Phantom’ Eupatorium purpurea Snow Ball Filipendula ‘Red Umbrellas’ Geranium ‘Bob’s Blunder’ Geranium cinereum ‘Alice’ Geranium cinereum ‘Purple Pillow’ Geranium cinereum ‘Sateene’ Geranium ‘Dragon Heart’ Geranium ‘Dreamland’ Geranium ‘Havana Blues’ Geranium ‘Midnight Clouds’ Geranium pratense ‘Double Jewel’ Geranium pratense ‘Laura’ Geranium pratense ‘Midnight Blues’ Geranium pratense ‘Milou’ Geranium ‘Rise and Shine’ Geranium Purple Ghost Geranium ‘Sandrine’ Geranium ‘Starman’ Geranium ‘Sweet Heidy’ Geranium oxianum Tess Geranium wallichianum ‘Blue Sunrise’ Geranium wallichianum ‘Crystal Lake’ Geranium wallichianum ‘Rainbow’ Geum ‘Banana Daiquiri’ Geum ‘Cosmopolitan’ Geum ‘Flames of Passion’ Geum ‘Tequila Sunrise’ Helenium ‘Betty’ Helenium ‘Can Can’ Helenium ‘Chelsey’ Helenium ‘Double Trouble’ Helenium ‘Ruby Tuesday’ Heliopsis ‘Prairie Sunset’ Heliopsis ‘Sunstruck’ Hemerocallis ‘Bakabana’ Hemerocallis ‘Bettylen’ Hemerocallis ‘Blackberry Sherbert’ Hemerocallis ‘Blush ‘n Pink Eye’ Hemerocallis ‘Custard Candy’ Hemerocallis ‘Daring Deception’ Hemerocallis ‘Entrapment’ Hemerocallis ‘Fooled Me’ Hemerocallis ‘Frosted Vintage Ruffles’ Hemerocallis ‘Heavenly Pink Fang’ Hemerocallis ‘Just My Size’ Hemerocallis ‘Lacy Doily’ Hemerocallis ‘Lavender TuTu’ Hemerocallis ‘Little Anne Rosa’ Hemerocallis ‘Longfields Chiwawa’ Hemerocallis ‘Longfields Conchita’ Hemerocallis ‘Night Whispers’ Hemerocallis ‘Rosy Returns’ Hemerocallis ‘Simmons Overture’ Hemerocallis ‘Spacecoast Early Bird’ Heuchera ‘Apple Blush’ Heuchera ‘Berry Marmalade’

PP 23,105 PP 23,104

CAN 4671 CAN 4672

EU 35270 EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU 32304 EU 23019 EU 17447 EU 20636 EU 20637 EU 25922 EU PBR EU 20477 EU 23978 EU 24400

PPAF PP 22,197 PP 17,659 PP 16,235 PP 17,197 PP 17,179 PPAF PP 17,370 PP 18,961 PP 18,354 PP 22,869 PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 12,829 PP 17,401 PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 22,456 PPAF PP 22,455 TM PP 24,027 TM PP 19,850 TM PP 19,533 TM PP 12,955 PP 18,982 PP 18,968 PPAF PPAF PP 13,703 PP 21,514 PPAF PPAF PP 16,322 PP 18,206 PP 18,234 PP 13,779 PPAF TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM PP 9,779 TM TM PPAF PPAF

CAN 3988

CAN 3979 CAN 2399 CAN PBR

TM TM TM TM

CAN 2673

EU 17466 EU PBR EU 17597 EU PBR EU 35667 EU 32906 EU PBR EU PBR EU 24940 EU PBR TM EU 30484 TM EU 23296 TM EU 22915 TM EU 6099 EU 22747 EU 22746

EU 10073 EU PBR

EU 18455 CAN PBR CAN PBR TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM

EU PBR TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM TM EU PBR EU PBR

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeders’ Rights Variety

USPP

Heuchera ‘Berry Smoothie’ Heuchera ‘Big Top Bronze’ Heuchera ‘Big Top Burgundy’ Heuchera ‘Big Top Gold’ Heuchera ‘Caramel’ Heuchera ‘Cocomint’ Heuchera ‘Coffee Bean’ Heuchera ‘Fall Festival’ Heuchera ‘Limeade’ Heuchera ‘Peach Parfait’ Heuchera ‘Plum Crazy’ Heuchera ‘Rose Granita’ Heuchera ‘Silver Streak’ Heuchera ‘Watermelon’ Heuchera ‘Cherry Cola’ Heuchera ‘Circus’ Heuchera ‘Citronelle’ Heuchera ‘Color Dream’ Heuchera ‘Fire Alarm’ Heuchera ‘Georgia Peach’ Heuchera ‘Lemon Blush’ Heuchera ‘Magic Color’ Heuchera ‘Maroon Blush’ Heuchera ‘Midnight Blush’ Heuchera ‘Midnight Rose’ Heuchera ‘Miracle’ Heuchera ‘Obsidian’ Heuchera ‘Peach Flambe’ Heuchera ‘Pistache’ Heuchera ‘Plum Pudding’ Heuchera ‘Plum Royale’ Heuchera ‘Root Beer’ Heuchera ‘Silver Blush’ Heuchera ‘Swirling Fantasy’ Heucherella ‘Burnished Bronze’ Heucherella ‘Gunsmoke’ Heucherella ‘Solar Power’ Heucherella ‘Tapestry’ Hosta ‘Atlantis’ Hosta ‘El Nino’ Hosta ‘Empress Wu’ Hosta sieboldiana ‘Golden Meadows’ Hosta ‘Great Escape’ Hosta tardiana ‘June’ Hosta ‘Justine’ Hosta ‘Liberty’ Hosta ‘Northern Exposure’ Hosta ‘Orange Star’ Hosta ‘Rainforest Sunrise’ Hosta ‘Sleeping Star’ Hosta sieboldiana ‘Thunderbolt’ Hosta ‘Twilight’ Lavatera ‘Barnsley Baby’ Ligularia dentata ‘Britt-Marie Crawford’ Ligularia ‘Little Lantern’ Ligularia ‘Little Rocket’ Ligularia ‘Midnight Lady’ Ligularia ‘Osiris Café Noir’ Ligularia ‘Osiris Fantaisie’ Ligularia ‘Osiris Pistache’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Butter Pixie’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Crimson Pixie’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Orange Pixie’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Pink Pixie’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Athlete’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Bee’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Dancer’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Dessert’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Dino’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Double You’

PP 21,871 PP 21,776 PP 21,774 PP 21,775 PP 16,560 PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 17,934 PPAF PPAF PP 19,375 PPAF

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CAN PBR

EU 29052

EU PBR EU 20484 EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU 37055 EU 37057 EU PBR EU 37056 EU 37054 EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU 15682 EU 37063 EU 25281

PP 23,474 PPAF PP 18,551 PP 20,274 PP 14,836 PPAF PP 19,585 PP 20,935 PP 23,173 PPAF PP 14,542 PP 22,395 PP 22,427 PP 21,150 PP 17,093 PP 14,632 PP 20,774 PPAF PP 19,003 PP 21,624 PP 12,531 PP 15,977 PP 22,384 PPAF PPAF PP 14,232 PP 14,040 PP 14,163 PP 16,113 PP 16,026 PP 14,621 PPAF PP 21,351 PP 19,302 PPAF PP 6,422 PP 6,557 PP 5,792 PP 6,476 PP 17,641 PP 16,255 PPAF PPAF PP 16,307 PP 22,875

EU PBR

CAN 2662 CAN 4240

EU 22942 EU 35002 EU PBR EU PBR EU 26605 EU 15761 EU 20615 EU PBR EU 3330 EU 29035 EU 35428 EU PBR EU 15673 EU 13528 EU 32434 EU 32435 EU 26477 EU 22756 EU PBR EU 32902 EU 15521 EU 25407 EU 367 EU 34902 EU 13145 EU 36927 EU PBR

CAN 3228

CAN 2400

EU 12794 EU 17470 EU 12771 EU 32899

EU 413

EU 414 EU 17873 EU 15960 EU 17523 EU 15959 EU 31757


Variety

USPP

Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Ghost’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Glow’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Hope’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Invader’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Missile’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Nanny’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Orange Sensation’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Padhye’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Pearl’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Robin’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Rocket’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Sensation’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Skyline’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Spider’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Todd’ Lilium (Asiatic Type) ‘Tiny Toons’ Lilium (Oriental Type) ‘Souvenir’ Lilium (Oriental Type) ‘After Eight’ Lilium (Oriental Type) ‘Sunny Bahamas’ Lilium (Oriental Type) ‘Sunny Bonaire’ Lilium (Oriental Type) ‘Sunny Borneo’ Lilium (Oriental Type) ‘Sunny Okinawa’ Melittis melissophyllum ‘Royal Velvet Distinction’ Monarda ‘Cranberry Lace’ Monarda didyma ‘Fireball’ Monarda didyma ‘Pink Supreme’ Monarda ‘Pink Lace’ Mukdenia rossii ‘Karasuba’ Paeonia (Itoh hybr.) ‘Singing in the Rain’ Papaver orientale ‘Harlem’ Papaver orientale ‘Heartbeat’ Papaver orientale ‘Little Patty’s Plum’ Papaver orientale ‘Place Pigalle’ Penstemon ‘Dark Towers’ Penstemon Prairie Twilight Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Lacey Blue’ Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Little Spire’ Persicaria amplexicaulis ‘JS Caliente’ Phlox amplifolia ‘Goliath’ Phlox paniculata Junior™ ‘Abundance’ Phlox paniculata Junior™ ‘Dazzle’ Phlox paniculata Junior™ ‘Fantasy’ Phlox paniculata Junior™ ‘Fountain’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) Neon™ ‘Aureole’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) Neon™ ‘Flare’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) Neon™ ‘Flare Blue’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Candy Twist’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Classic Cassis’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Cosmopolitan’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Fondant Fancy’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Grenadine Dream’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Jade’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Modern Art’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Piña Colada’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Pink Lady’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Purple Kiss’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Red Caribbean’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Sherbet Cocktail’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Strawberry Daiquiri’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Swizzle’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Swizzle Blue’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Tequila Sunrise’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Tiara’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Twister’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Watermelon Punch’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Younique Bicolor’ Phlox (Paniculata hybr.) ‘Younique White’ Phlox ‘Cerise’ Phlox Cleopatra Phlox Colours of Nature

PP 16,161 PPAF PP 16,239 PP 17,618 PPAF PP 17,640 PP 20,577 PP 20,549 PP 22,874 PPAF PPAF PP 17,617 PP 17,643 PP 22,873 PP 16,170 PPAF

CAN PBR

EU PBR EU 15962 EU 15961 EU 17521 EU 17516 EU 31758 EU 22392 EU 32375 EU 35897 EU 17518 EU 17522 EU 15958 EU 7721

PPAF PP 21,368 PPAF PP 21,644 PP 21,328 PP 13,233 PP 14,235 PP 14,204 PP 18,367 TM PP 19,374 PPAF PP 20,102 PPAF PP 20,013 PP 19,893 PP 20,845 PP 11,643 PPAF PPAF TM TM TM PP 16,605 PP 21,787 PP 21,754 PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 19,603 PP 19,600 PP 19,183 PP 21,878 PPAF PP 19,968 PP 20,802 PP 19,514 PP 20,803 PP 19,048 PP 20,801 PP 19,813 PPAF PP 20,800 PPAF PP 23,734 PP 19,610

CAN 3452 CAN 2401 CAN 2402 TM

EU 30784 EU 22399 EU 29683 EU 30743 EU 8166 EU 29080 EU 11452 EU 10078 EU 20650 TM

EU 17535 EU 29660 EU 27485 EU PBR CAN 1437

EU 6713 EU 27183

TM TM TM TM TM TM TM

TM TM TM TM EU 31459 TM TM

EU 26447 EU 22217 EU 24255

EU 26448 EU 31457 EU 26449 CAN COPF

EU 24305 EU 31455

EU 31456 EU 31458

PPAF TM

TM

TM

TM

EU PBR EU 34057 TM EU PBR TM

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeders’ Rights Variety Phlox Larissa Phlox ‘Old Blue’ Phlox ‘Old Pink’ Phlox ‘Old Purple’ Phlox Rainbow Dancer Polemonium reptans ‘Stairway to Heaven’ Primula ‘Don Keefe’ Pulmonaria ‘Raspberry Splash’ Pulmonaria ‘Silver Bouquet’ Pulmonaria ‘Trevi Fountain’ Rodgersia Bronze Peacock Rodgersia Candy Clouds Rodgersia henrici ‘Cherry Blush’ Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Pot of Gold’ Salvia nemorosa Lyrical™ Blues Salvia nemorosa Lyrical™ Silvertone Salvia nemorosa ‘Marcus’ Salvia nemorosa ‘Pink Friesland’ Salvia pratensis ‘Madeline’ Salvia pratensis ‘Pink Delight’ Salvia pratensis ‘Rhapsody in Blue’ Sedum ‘Beka’ Autumn Delight™ Sedum Blue Pearl Sedum ‘Ice Ruffles’ Sedum ‘Jose Aubergine’ Sedum ‘Lajos’ Autumn Charm™ Sedum SunSparkler® ‘Lime Zinger’ Sedum ‘Moonlight Serenade’ Sedum ‘Picolette’ Sedum telephium ‘Bon Bon’ Sedum Touchdown™ Teak Sedum ‘Twinkling Star’ Sedum ‘Xenox’ Sidalcea Lilac Candice Sidalcea ‘Little Princess’ Silene x robotii ‘Rolley’s Favourite’ Thalictrum Black Stockings Tradescantia (Andersoniana hybr) ‘Good Luck’ Tradescantia (Andersoniana hybr.) ‘Pink Chablis’ Trollius cultorum ‘Cheddar’ Veronica ‘Atomic Amethyst Ray’ Veronica ‘Atomic Lavender’ Veronica ‘Atomic Pink Ray’ Veronica ‘Atomic Red Ray’ Veronica ‘Atomic Sky Ray’ Veronica ‘Atomic Violet Ray’ Veronica ‘Atomic White Ray’ Veronica ‘First Love’ Veronica Harmony ‘Baby Doll’ Veronica Harmony ‘High Five’ Veronica Harmony ‘Pink Harmony’ Veronica Harmony ‘Purpleicious’ Veronica Harmony ‘Twilight’ Veronica longifolia ‘Pink Eveline’ Veronica Plumosa ‘Amethyst Plume’ Veronica spicata Abundance Veronica spicata ‘Baby Blue’ Veronica spicata ‘Baby Pink’ Veronica spicata ‘Baby Red’ Veronica spicata ‘Baby White’ Veronica spicata ‘Royal Candles’

128

USPP

CAN PBR

TM TM TM

TM TM TM

PP 15,187

CAN 3113

PP 12,138 PP 20,059 PP 13,047 PP 24,780 TM PP 11,929 PP 22,919 PP 23,310 PP 13,322 PP 18,152 PP 20,456 PP 14,965 PP 15,148 PP 18,398 PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 14,421 PPAF PP 21,508 PP 17,315 PP 18,168 PPAF PP 21,507 PP 16,888 TM PP 12,629 PP 17,392 PP 23,963 PP 15,971 PPAF PP 21,867 PPAF PP 21,797 PP 23,962 PP 21,840 PP 21,780 PP 23,937 PP 21,478 PP 16,428 PP 16,415 PP 17,650 PP 17,639 PP 16,414 PP 18,743 PPAF TM PP 20,198 PPAF PPAF PPAF PP 18,932

TM CAN 4639 CAN PBR CAN 1837 CAN PBR CAN 2675 CAN 3202

EU PBR EU PBR TM TM TM EU PBR EU 15723 EU 18342 EU 11545 EU 24135

EU PBR TM EU 35871 EU 35872 EU 13701 EU 22219 EU 29293 EU 15675 EU 15676

TM

EU PBR EU PBR EU 20185

TM

EU PBR EU 30427

CAN 3987 TM CAN 3451 TM CAN 1440 CAN 4241

TM EU 30425 EU 17822 TM EU 4343 EU 20475 EU PBR EU 31460

EU 29883 EU 29884 EU 29882 EU 30274 EU 26923 EU 20418 EU 20419 EU 20441 EU 25696 EU 24246 EU 24247 TM

TM EU 24269 EU PBR EU PBR EU PBR EU 5056


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