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Broker Sales Guide + Resource Manual

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Table of Contents North Creek Unique–Discover the Difference [2] North Creek Facts [3] North Creek Trial Gardens + IPM Program [4] New Plant Introductions [5] Custom + Contract Growing / Plug Sizes [6] How to Order / Terms + Conditions / Contact Us [7] Shipping [8 + 9] Order Information [10–13] North Creek Product Overview [14] North Creek Plant Palette + Top Selling Items [15] Collections by Genera [16–18] North Creek Unique™ [19–31] Landscape Plugs™ [32 + 33] Fantastic Fern Program [34] Shady Groundhuggers™ [35] Grass, Carex + Native Vine Collections [36] Potting Schedule by Season [37]

Corporate Office, Propagation 388 North Creek Road Landenberg, PA 19350 1.877.ECO.PLUG (326.7584) 610.255.0100 phone 610.255.4762 fax 8am–5pm

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Office Hours: Monday–Friday

Customer Pick Up & Shipping Facility 124 Wedgewood Road Oxford, PA 19363 Plant Pick-up Hours: 7:30am–3:30pm est Tuesday–Friday

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North Creek Unique – Discover the Difference We believe that people make the difference in the profitability and success of any organization. Here at North Creek, we have an exceptionally hard-working staff dedicated to your success. From propagation to delivery, our enthusiastic team works diligently to bring you the finest starter plants available in today’s market. Along with all the hard work, we strive to have fun while accomplishing our tasks. It is our responsibility to provide customers with plant material that we can firmly stand behind. Our extensive plant research and evaluation trials allow us to bring a rock solid combination of new introductions and tried and true perennials to market. On-site gardens including the sun + shade trials, show gardens, mid-height meadow, native wildflower and grass meadow, rain garden, bioswale and green roof allow us to observe, document and share with you how our plants perform in specific environments. At North Creek Nurseries we strive to be your number one source for vigorous and well-rooted plug liners. We specialize in growing perennials, grasses, ferns, and vines with an emphasis on Eastern US natives. Our plant material is propagated via seed, vegetative cuttings, tissue culture and plant divisions–no plants are collected from the wild.

Our Mission

To propagate and market plants that develop the relationship between people and sustainable outdoor environments.

Our Vision

To be, in our customers’ judgement, a leader in the development and practice of sustainable horticultural systems, producing world class plant material.

Website Features: www.northcreeknurseries.com Availability Updated Daily Grower Information + Resources Plant Features + New Introductions Comprehensive Plant Descriptions North Creek News Custom Grow Options Special Promotions

Our Values

Working in and promoting sustainable environments while delighting our customers and providing opportunities for continuous learning.

We Proudly Support the Following Organizations: ANLA | DNLA | ELA | PPA | IPPS | ISU | PLNA | SER | OFA | ONLA

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E-Catalog + Additional Product Resources Available at North Creek’s ISSUU.com page: https://issuu.com/ northcreeknurseries/docs.


North Creek Facts Founded in 1988 by Steve Castorani & Dale Hendricks Steve became the primary owner of North Creek in 2009 Two farms, 45 acres [17 in Landenberg, PA; 28 in Oxford, PA] 28 houses with 247,950 sqft of heated & unheated growing space 79 dedicated and enthusiastic employees Quality liners with an emphasis on Eastern US natives Top notch plant selection and outstanding customer service All plants are grown in standard 10” × 20” trays 5 liner sizes: 18, 50, 72, LP32 + LP50 Our innovative Landscape Plugs™ are sold in trays of LP32 + LP50 7.5 million plugs produced in 2015 All Landscape Plugs™ are grown in our custom Eco-Mix potting soil Custom + contract grow options available Consistent quality and reliable availability Plant availability published daily to North Creek’s website [see page 10] Plants can be shipped 52 weeks a year via UPS, FedEx + Con-way New varieties introduced in January + July More than 30 species and selections in our exclusive North Creek Unique™ collection The Mix: 392 perennials, 24 ferns, 61 ornamental grasses & 7 vines North Creek offers a custom line of full color picture tags with detailed plant descriptions 3+ acres of trial, demonstration + habitat gardens Spring, summer + fall garden tours available - schedule today! Join our mailing list for exciting news and special offers [http://q-r.to/baby1Z] We have the world’s greatest customers; thanks for your support!

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North Creek Trial Gardens Spanning over 3 acres, our plant trialing program features extensive habitat and experimental plantings. By evaluating species and cultivated varieties in a variety of environments, we are able not only to educate our staff, but also to make the best recommendations for your ecological plantings. It is from this living laboratory that North Creek has become the industry leader in delivering reliable plant solutions. From wet to dry, shade to sun, salt tolerance to erosion control - we’ve got the plant community your projects need to succeed! As your partner in ecological landscape solutions + garden worthy plants, we take our responsibility to provide customers with perennials we firmly stand behind very seriously. We are continuously learning from our living laboratory and invite you to learn with us too! Our extensive plant research + evaluation trials afford us the opportunity to study adaptability, vigor and garden worthiness. Guided by North Creek’s New Plant Principles, we evaluate ecological, functional and aesthetic characteristics of every plant we propagate. Only after these selections and species prove themselves to us do we offer them to our valued customers. The information we gather and provide is based upon over 25 years of real-world experience, plant trials, critical feedback from our customers and global collaborations with entities and individuals engaged in scientific research.

IPM │ Neonicotinoid FREE Growing Our responsibility to the habitats in which our plants will ultimately thrive is of paramount importance to North Creek. Our product mix provides food and habitat for wildlife, and protecting people and the environment has been our priority for the past 27 years. The use of pesticides in growing practices has always been a sensitive subject, and a topic that our customers take very seriously. In keeping with our mission, every effort is made to grow our plants in the safest and most sustainable manner possible. The use of beneficial insects as a frontline preventative is our first step in implementing Integrated Pest Management. Prevention + Control identify appropriate time to take action earth friendly methods such as nematodes, predatory insects and soft chemistry or natural based bio fungicides prevent pest populations from reaching action threshold treatment made on case by case basis and treated according to specific issue reach a preventable level to allow beneficial insects to catch up

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New Plant Introductions Agastache ‘Blue Boa’ Andropogon gerardii ‘Red October’ Anemone × hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’ Anemone Fantasy™ ‘Cinderella’ Anemone Fantasy™ ‘Pocahantas’ Asclepias tuberosa ‘Gay Butterflies’ Asclepias tuberosa ‘Hello Yellow’ Athyrium otophorum Carex cherokeensis Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Everest’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Everillo’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Everlime’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Eversheen’ Caryopteris Blue Empire™ Chelone oblique ‘Tiny Tortuga’ Coreopsis ‘Gilded Lace’ Coreopsis palustris ‘Summer Sunshine’ Coreopsis tripteris ‘Gold Standard’ Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ ‘Fire Wonder’ Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ ‘Golden Wonder’ Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ ‘Hot Pink Wonder’ Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ ‘Orange Wonder’ Delosperma Wheels of Wonder™ ‘Violet Wonder’ Dianthus ‘Kahori’ Dryopteris erythrosora ‘Radiance’ Echinacea Cone-fections™ ‘Butterfly Kisses’ Echinacea Butterfly™ ‘Cleopatra’ Echinacea Butterfly™ ‘Julia’ Echinacea ‘Cheyenne Spirit’ Echinacea PowWow White Echinacea PowWow Wild Berry Echinacea purpurea ‘Ruby Star’ Geranium ‘Azure Rush’ Helenium autumnale Mariachi™ ‘Salsa’ Heuchera ‘Stainless Steel’ Hydrangea arborescens ‘Haas’ Halo’ Monarda punctata Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Red Head’ Penstemon ‘Dark Towers’ Penstemon × mexicali Red Rocks® Phlox paniculata ‘Peacock White’ Rudbeckia subtomentosa ‘Little Henry’ Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Standing Ovation’

New Plant Principles our plants are excellent garden and/or landscape performers in the mid-Atlantic region our plants are not invasive or aggressive once established in an appropriate site, our plants require no material input to maintain their ornamental value or garden worthiness

Top Picks @ The Creek

Pollinator

Meadow

Pycnanthemum muticum Physostegia ‘Pink Manners’ Phlox paniculata ‘Jeana’ Monarda bradburiana Asclepias incarnata Eupatortium ‘Gateway’ Chelone ‘Tiny Tortuga’ Verbena ‘Homestead Purple’ Baptisia australis Lobelia cardinalis

Thermopsis caroliniana Panicum ‘Cape Breeze’ Agastache foeniculum Scutellaria incana Rudbeckia maxima Ruellia humilis Solidago odora Vernonia glauca Phlox panicuala ‘Jeana’ Sorghastrum nutans

Green Roofs

Stormwater Management

Sedum ‘Weihenstephaner Gold’ Allium cernuum Sedum ‘Dazzleberry’ Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’ Sedum sexangulare Sedum ‘Blue Spruce’ Sedum ‘Red Carpet’ Sedum ‘John Creech’ Sedum ‘Lidakense’ Eriogonum ‘Little Rascal’

Carex emoryi Carex amphibola Physostegia ‘Pink Manners’ Eryngium yuccifolium Eupatorium coelestinum Packera aurea Deschampsia cespitosa Zizia aurea Andropogon virginicum Juncus tenuis

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Custom + Contract Growing - Custom 128 Plug! We encourage you to contact us to discuss growing opportunities in different sizes or in larger quantities to meet your specific needs or programs. We are licensed propagators for a variety of new genetics networks and have the ability to grow items currently not listed in our catalog. Custom or Contract Growing requires advance notice and review from our production team. For order and payment procedures or additional information, please send your request to sales@northcreeknurseries.com.

Propagation Methods

Picture Tags

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open pollinated: propagated from seed and quite genetically variable.

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seed cultivar: true from seed variety with distinct differences from the species.

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true cultivar: named variety propagated vegetatively. All plants are genetically identical.

North Creek is proud to offer a custom line of pot tags! These large, sturdy plastic tags complement our plants with sharp photography, detailed descriptions, care instructions and habitat information. Often a photo sells the plant, so we’ve worked hard to produce a oneof-a-kind sales tool that will be a beautiful and informative way for you and your customers to promote your products.

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tissue culture: all plants are genetically identical.

The custom tags are available for most plants in our catalog. The price is $0.13 per tag, bundled in the quantity of plants per flat.

Tray Sizes All plants are grown in a standard 10”× 20” flat. Horticultural liners are sold in trays of 18 (3” pots), 50 and 72. Landscape Plugs™ are sold in trays of LP32 and LP50. Our fern collection is sold in LP32.

Plug Size + Volume Horticultural Sizes

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58.85

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110.9

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473.17

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How To Order North Creek is a wholesale supplier of starter plants and Landscape Plugs™. Plants are sold only in complete flats of the quantities listed. We are not able to mix varieties within flats.

Orders may be placed by: • • • •

Fax: 610.255.4762 Email: Order@northcreeknurseries.com Phone: 610.255.0100 or 877.ECO.PLUG Online: www.northcreeknurseries.com

Please be sure to include the following information with your order: Company and contact names and shipping addresses • Sales tax exemption number (PA, NJ only) • Phone & fax number, Email address • Requested ship date and method • Method of payment •

• Billing

Orders will be acknowledged within three days of receipt. Please review your North Creek Order Confirmation carefully. Contact our office immediately if there are any errors or if you do not receive an acknowledgement. To receive weekly availability updates by Email please send your request to info@northcreeknurseries. com or call our office to be added to our mailing list. We also send periodic updates and new product announcements to our mailing list customers, in addition to exclusive offers and previews.

Conditions of Sale Deadlines: All orders and changes to orders must be received by 3:00pm on Thursday for shipment the following week (subject to availability). Cancellations received less than a week prior to ship or pickup date will be subject to a 20% restocking fee. Guarantee: Our plants are guaranteed to be true to name and to arrive in good condition. We will be glad to replace or issue full credit for plants proven to be incorrectly represented. Due to a wide range of grower experience and nursery conditions we cannot guarantee successful growth after potting, but please let us know about any disappointments you experience. We may be able to help. Claims: Please inspect your shipment immediately upon arrival. No claims will be allowed for shortages or errors unless reported within 1 week of receipt of goods. We are not liable for the productivity of plants once they are potted since we have no control over their management once they arrive at your site. Prices are subject to change without notice.

How to Contact Us Customer Service

Sales + Marketing

Angela Clelan Customer Service Manager Angela@northcreeknurseries.com

Rob McHale Sales Manager Rob@northcreeknurseries.com

Sharon Dunfee Customer Service Representative Sharon@northcreeknurseries.com

Carrie Wiles Marketing Manager Carrie@northcreeknurseries.com

Annie Acton Customer Service Representative Annie@northcreeknurseries.com

Heather Wheatley Marketing Specialist & Inside Sales Support Heather@northcreeknurseries.com

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Pallet Shipments We have expanded our shipping options to better serve you. We currently ship via Con-Way, FedEx Express and Fed Ex Freight to ensure competitive market rates. Pallets cost $7.00 each. All freight, pallet charges, and box/handling fees are applied once your order has been assembled for shipment. We’ll gladly provide freight quotes at the time of order placement. Orders totaling 32 flats or more may also ship on our custom wooden rack. This is our preferred shipping method in warm summer months. Rack shipments provide several advantages over boxed shipments and include: significantly increased air circulation while in transit, reduced cardboard waste, and reduced customer time and labor costs. An on-site forklift or loading dock is required to receive shipments on our custom wooden rack. If you wish to utilize our rack shipment option, please contact our customer service team.

Rack Dimensions + Capacities: 46”(l) × 46”(w) × 81”(h) 80 flat rack – 72 cell + 50 cell liners 64 flat rack – LP32 + LP50 liners [Capacities vary due to plant height]

Boxed Shipments We partner with FedEx Express, FedEx Ground, and UPS Ground. Individual liners are labeled by botanical name and wrapped in netting to secure plugs throughout transit. Freight charges are applied once the order is assembled and processed. If your require final shipping cost for a boxed shipment, please make your request with our customer service team upon order placement. [Box capacities may vary] Small Box [21”l x 12”w x 9”h] Price per box: $6.50 each 50 cell + 72 cell flats - 2 per box LP32 + LP50 cell flats - 1 per box

Large Box [21”l x 12”w x 15”h] Price per box: $6.50 each 50 cell + 72 cell flats - 3 per box LP32 + LP50 cell flats - 2 per box

XL Box [21”l x 12”w x 18”h] Price per box: $6.50 each 50 cell + 72 cell flats - 4 per box LP32 + LP50 cell flats - 2 per box

Canadian Deliveries Over the years, we’ve explored many options to reduce international freight costs. We have found that the best way to ship into Canada is to simply deliver it ourselves! The North Creek sales team looks forward to building truck runs into Ontario, Quebec, and surrounding areas. For more information and freight quotes, please contact Customer Service.

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North Creek Truck North Creek is delighted to provide delivery on our trucks to locations within 600 miles from our shipping facility in Oxford, PA. Orders of 35 flats or more are eligible for truck delivery. A per flat rate will be applied to all truck shipments based on distance from our shipping facility. If you prefer to receive plants on a North Creek truck, please let customer service know at the time of order. We will do our best to honor this request. In some instances, we might also contact you to see if receiving your order on our truck is acceptable.

Cost per flat within U.S. $2.50 [1-150 miles] $3.50 [151-300 miles] $4.50 [301-600 miles]

Customer Pick Up To ensure your order is ready upon arrival, please contact customer service to schedule a day and time for pickup. If preferred pickup time is not scheduled in advance, you or your driver may experience delays. If you prefer that your order is boxed for pickup, please notify customer service when placing the order. See previous page for box charges, no handling charges are incurred.

Shipping / Pickup Location: 124 Wedgewood Road Oxford, PA 19363 Pick-up Hours: 7:00 am â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 3:30 pm, Tuesday â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Friday [directions @ www.northcreeknurseries.com]

Phytosanitary Certification Phytosanitary Certification is required for all plants shipping to AZ, CA, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and Canada. Certification is also required for grasses and sedges shipping to CO and NM. In order to ship product to these destinations, all plant material must be inspected by the USDA and drenched before being certified for shipment. The drench fee is $1.00 per flat and guaranteed not to exceed $50 regardless of the quantity of flats ordered. All orders requiring inspection must be placed a minimum of 3 weeks prior to the ship date. Our plants are grown in a soilless media and can be shipped across state and national borders. We cannot ship grasses to UT and OR. Shipments to MT are prohibited from June to September. Shipment of Nassella is prohibited to CA, as well as Andropogon virginicus to NV.

Summer Shipments During the warm summer months, we might suggest delaying your shipment to ensure your order arrives in the best possible condition. If delaying a shipment is simply not possible, we offer and recommend expedited services to reduce the transit time of your order and reduce the risk of possible losses.

Winter Shipments Many of our plants are acclimated to unheated greenhouses during the winter months for vernalization. If you receive dormant material during this time of year, we recommend taking extra precautions to ensure viability upon transplant. When placing the plants in a warm greenhouse, it is important not to overwater the material or subject them to drastic temperature fluctuations. If you have questions or are uncertain on how to best manage dormant material, contact Customer Service.

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Order Information – Availability Availability and  Order  Form Thursday,  February  11,  2016 Customer  Service :  388  North  Creek  Road,  Landenberg,  PA  19350  |  order@northcreeknurseries.com  |  P:  610-­‐255-­‐0100  |  F:  610-­‐255-­‐4762 Customer  Pick  Up  &  Shipping  Facility :  124  Wedgewood  Road,  Oxford,  PA  19363  |  By  Appointment  Only,  Tue–Fri,  7am–3:30pm Plug  Sizes: 72  Plug:    1.5"  square  x  2.3"  deep 50  Plug:    2"  square  x  2.4"  deep LP50  Plug:    2"  square  x  5"  deep LP32  Plug:    2.2"  diameter  x  4"  deep 18  Plug:    3.25"  square  x  3.5"  deep

•  Plants  are  g rouped   by  Perennials,  F erns,  G rasses,  Vines  and  Woodies  below. Availability   Tips  &  Notes

•  F uture  Crop   Availability  can  be  pre-­‐ordered   for  shipment  after  its  ready   date. •    Dates  in  BOLD indicate  future  crop   ready  dates  scheduled  1+  year  from  now. •    Click   here  to  sign  up  for  w eekly  email  availability,  or  visit  northcreeknurseries.com

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Order Form Order  Placed  By:

Email (for  order  confirmation):

REQUESTED SHIP  WEEK:

LATEST DATE  BACK  ORDER  ACCEPTED:

DO YOU  WANT  TAGS?  ($0.13  each;  Bundled  to  match  flat  quantities)                YES  ☐                          NO  ☐ BILLING  INFO

SHIPPING INFO

Company:

Company:

Address:

Address:

Contact:

Contact:

Phone:

Phone:

Fax:

Fax:

Email (for  invoices):

Email (for  shipment  tracking):

PO#: Payment method:                                                                                            I  have  Net  30  terms

Shipping Method:

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Botanical Name

Plug Size

Flat Price

72 72 72 72 72 72 72 72 50 LP50 72 72 72 72 LP50 LP32 72

$46.87 $46.87 $49.14 $46.87 $46.87 $46.87 $46.87 $46.87 $33.60 $56.70 $46.87 $46.87 $46.87 $46.87 $56.70 $46.70 $55.19

No Ship Best  Way Pick  up  –  Oxford,  PA

2 Royalty per Flat

Perennials Achillea m.    'Oertel's  Rose' Achillea  m.  'Paprika' Achillea  m.  'Pomegranate'  PP20763 Achillea  m.  'Strawberry  Seduction'  PP18401 Achillea  m.  'Summerwine' Achillea  x  'Moonshine' Achillea  x  'Terra  Cotta' Agastache  'Blue  Boa'  PP24050 Agastache  'Blue  Fortune' Agastache  foeniculum Agastache  rupestris Agastache  x  'Black  Adder' Agastache  x  'Purple  Haze' Alchemilla  mollis  'Auslese' Allium  cernuum Amsonia  'Blue  Ice' Amsonia  'Blue  Ice'

Yes

Forklift on  site?

Tax exempt  #  (if  not  on  file;  PA/NJ  only):

$7.20 $7.20

$5.76

$0.651 $0.651 $0.683 $0.651 $0.651 $0.651 $0.651 $0.651 $0.672 $1.134 $0.651 $0.651 $0.651 $0.651 $1.134 $1.459 $0.767

$0.10 $0.10

$0.08

35 116 57 67 13 9 34 9 170 0 0 34 0 8 23 50 81

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Future Crop  Availabilty

# Royalty Next   Flats   Plug per   Crop:   Avail.   Price Plug #  Flats NOW 47 71 39 47 15 25 23 50 25 10 5 20 15 74 122 50 27

Next Crop   Ready   Date

Future Crop:   #  Flats

6/27/16 6/20/16 7/11/16 6/27/16 7/18/16 4/25/16 7/11/16 2/13/17 8/8/16 3/28/16 2/15/16 7/4/16 5/9/16 5/23/16 3/7/16 6/13/16 2/22/16

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Future Crop   Ready   Date

ORDER QTY

8/29/16 10/31/16 11/14/16 10/31/16 8/29/16 6/20/16 11/14/16 9/5/16 5/2/16 4/11/16 8/15/16 5/30/16 10/17/16 9/5/16 7/11/16 3/7/16

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Trays are sold in a 10” × 20” flat. Plug sizes vary, the smaller the plug, the more plants per tray.

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Two future crop dates are listed for all varieties grown. If a desired product is not currently available, you can check future crops dates in these two columns.

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Item currently available will be listed in this column.

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Please request color picture tags upon ordering. Tags are $.13 each and sold in bundles equivalent to the number of plugs per tray. Tags may be purchased for individual flats if desired.

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Phone number for recipient in case of questions pertaining to delivery.

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Tracking information will be here once your order ships.

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If you have provided a Customer PO# for your order it will be listed in this section.

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North Creek Product Overview

Perennials – From new introductions to the tried and true varietes!

Grasses – A gorgeous mix of both cool + warm season varieties.

Carex – Full sun to full shade, erosion control to salt tolerant–we’ve got your ground covered!

Ferns – Over twenty selections including the hard to find Dennstaedtia!

Vines – Our native vine collection offers beautiful color from spring through autumn.

Collections by Genus – 24 collections to choose from!

North Creek Unique™ – From Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue' to Viola walteri 'Silver Gem'.

Landscape Plugs™ – Plant solutions for ecological landscapes.

Shady Groundhuggers™ – Our very own collection of shade loving groundcovers.

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North Creek Plant Palette + Top Selling Items Achillea Acorus Actaea Agastache Alchemilla Allium *Amsonia Anemone Aquilegia Aruncus Asarum *Asclepias Aster Asteromea Baptisia Boltonia Calamintha Callirhoe Callisia Caltha Carex Caryopteris Ceratostigma *Chelone Chrysogonum

Chrysopsis Coreopsis Delosperma Delphinium Dianthus Dicentra Dracocephalum *Echinacea Erigeron Eryngium Eupatorium Euphorbia Fragaria Gaillardia Gaura Gentiana *Geranium *Geum Helenium Helianthus Heliopsis *Helleborus *Heuchera Hibiscus Hypericum

*Iris Kalimeris *Lavandula *Leucanthemum Liatris *Lobelia Meehania Mertensia Mimulus Monarda *Nepeta Oenothera Pachysandra Penstemon Perovskia *Phlox Physostegia Podophyllum Polemonium Porteranthus Pycnanthemum Ratibida Rubus *Rudbeckia Ruellia

*Salvia Scabiosa Scutellaria Sedum Senecio Silene *Sisyrinchium Solidago *Spigelia Spiranthes Stachys Stokesia Stylophorum Thalictrum Thermopsis *Tiarella Tradescantia Tricyrtis Verbena *Vernonia Veronica Veronicastrum Viola Zizia

North Creek Grasses – by Genus Acorus Andropogon Bouteloua Calamagrostis *Carex Chasmanthium Deschampsia

Elymus Eragrostis Festuca Hakonechloa *Juncus Muhlenbergia *Panicum

Pennisetum *Schizachyrium Scirpus Sorghastrum *Sporobolus

North Creek Ferns – by Genus Adiantum *Athyrium *Dennstaedtia

*Dryopteris *Matteuccia Onoclea

Osmunda Phegopteris *Polystichum Woodwardia

North Creek Vines – by Genus Gelsemium

*Lonicera

Wisteria * top selling Genus

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Collections by Genera Achillea millefolium 'Oertel’s Rose', A. millefolium ‘Paprika’, A. millefolium ‘Pomegranate’, A. millefolium ‘Strawberry Seduction’, A. millefolium ‘Summerwine’, A. 'Moonshine', A. 'Terracotta'

Agastache foeniculum, A. 'Black Adder', A. 'Blue Boa', A. 'Blue Fortune' A. 'Purple Haze'

Asclepias curassavica, A. incarnata, A. incarnata ‘Ice Ballet’, A. syriaca, A. tuberosa, A. tuberosa ‘Gay Butterflies’, A. tuberosa ‘Hello Yellow’

Aster cordifolius, A. cordifolius 'Avondale', A. divaricatus, A. divaricatus 'Eastern Star', A. ericoides ‘Snow Flurry’, A. laevis ‘Bluebird’, A. lateriflorus ‘Lady in Black’, A. novae-angliae, A. novae-angliae ‘Purple Dome’, A. n-a ‘Vibrant Dome’, A. novi-belgii, A. oblongifolius ‘October Skies’, A. oblongifolius ‘Raydon’s Favorite’, A. tataricus ‘Jindai’, A. × frikartii 'Mönch', A. 'Wood’s Blue', A. 'Wood’s Pink', A. 'Wood’s Purple' Baptisia australis, B. 'Carolina Moonlight', B. Prairieblues™ ‘Midnight’, B. 'Purple Smoke', B. Prairieblues™ 'Solar Flare', B. sphaerocarpa 'Screaming Yellow', B. × bicolor 'Starlite' Prairieblues™, B. × bicolor Prairieblues™ 'Twilite'

Caryopteris ‘Dark Knight’, C. ‘Longwood Blue’, C. divaricata ‘Snow Fairy’, C. Grand Bleu® ‘Inoveris’, Caryopteris Blue Empire™

Coreopsis ‘Gilded Lace’, Coreopsis palustris ‘Summer Sunshine’, Coreopsis tripteris ‘Gold Standard’, Coreopsis verticillata, C. verticillata ‘Moonbeam’, C. verticillata ‘Zagreb’, C. ‘Creme Brulee’, C. ‘Jethro Tull’, C. Permathread™ ‘Red Satin’, C. ‘Sienna Sunset’, C. Mayo Clinic Flower of Hope™, C. pubescens ‘Sunshine Superman’ Delosperma cooperi, D. dyeri, D. Fire Spinner®, D. Wheels of Wonder™ Fire Wonder, D. Wheels of Wonder™ Golden Wonder, D. Wheels of Wonder™ Hot Pink Wonder, D. Wheels of Wonder™ Orange Wonder, D. Wheels of Wonder™ Violet Wonder

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Collections by Genera Echinacea paradoxa, E. purpurea, E. ‘Harvest Moon’, E. Butterfly™ ‘Cleopatra’, E. Butterfly™ ‘Julia’, E. ‘Cheyenne Spirit’, Echinacea Cone-fections™ ‘Butterfly Kisses’, E. ‘Milkshake’, E. ‘Hot Papaya’, E. ‘Magnus’, E. PowWow® White, E. PowWow® Wild Berry, E. ‘Ruby Star’, E. ‘White Swan’ Eupatorium coelestinum, E. dubium ‘Little Joe’, E. fistulosum, E. hyssopifolium, E. perfoliatum, E. ‘Phantom’, E. rugosum ‘Chocolate’, E. purpurea ssp. maculatum ‘Gateway’

Geranium ‘Azure Rush’, G ‘Dilys’, G. ‘Rozanne’, G. maculatum, G. maculatum ‘Espresso’, G. macrorrhizum ‘Album’, G. ‘Bevan’s Variety’, G. ‘Ingwersen’s Variety’, G. sanguineum ‘Max Frei’, G. sanguineum var. striatum, G. × ‘Biokovo’, G. ‘Karmina’

Helenium autumnale, H. flexuosum ‘Tiny Dancer’, H. ‘Canary’, H. ‘Mardi Gras’, H. Mariachi™ ‘Salsa’

Helianthus ‘Lemon Queen’, H. salicifolius ‘First Light’, H. salicifolius ‘Low Down’, H. × multiflorus Garden Candy® ‘Sunshine Daydream’

Helleborus foetidus, Helleborus Brandywine™, H. ‘Candy Love’, H. ‘Snow Love’, H. Winter Thriller™ Mix, H. ‘Ballerina Ruffles’, H. ‘Grape Galaxy’, H. ‘Mango Magic’, H. ‘Midnight Ruffles’, H. ‘Night Coaster’, H. ‘Pink Fizz’, H. ‘Pink Parachutes’, H. ‘Red Racer’, H. ‘Sunshine Ruffles’, H. ‘Wedding Ruffles’ Heuchera longiflora, H. ‘Autumn Bride’, H. villosa ‘Bronze Wave’, H. vil ‘Caramel’, H. ‘Citronelle’, H. americana ‘Dale’s Strain’, H. × ‘Frosted Violet’, H. ‘Plum Pudding’, H. ‘Silver Scrolls’, H. ‘Stainless Steel’, H. Carnival™ ‘Cocomint’, H. Carnival™ ‘Peach Parfait’, H. Carnival™ ‘Plum Crazy’, H. Carnival™ ‘Watermelon’ Hibiscus moscheutos, H. ‘Blue River II’, H. ‘Fantasia’, H. ‘Fireball’, H. ‘Kopper King’, H. ‘Lady Baltimore’, H. ‘Lord Baltimore’, H. ‘Plum Crazy’, H. ‘Robert Fleming’, H. ‘Sweet Caroline’

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Collections by Genera Monarda bradburiana, M. punctata, M. fistulosa, M. fistulosa ‘ Claire Grace’, M. didyma ‘Jacob Cline’, M. ‘Petite Delight’, M. ‘Raspberry Wine’

Penstemon digitalis, P. ‘Dark Towers’, P. ‘Red Riding Hood’, P. ‘Hot Pink Riding Hood’, P. ‘Husker Red’, P. × mexicali Red Rocks®

Phlox pilosa, P. divaricata ‘Blue Moon’, P. divaricata ‘May Breeze’, P. glaberrima ssp. triflora ‘Triple Play’, Phlox paniculata ‘Peacock White’, P. paniculata ‘Blue Paradise’, P. paniculata ‘David’, P. paniculata ‘David’s Lavender’, P. paniculata ‘Jeana’, P. paniculata ‘Lord Clayton’, P. paniculata ‘Robert Poore’, P. paniculata ‘Shortwood’, P. stolonifera ‘Blue Ridge’, P. stolonifera ‘Home Fires’, P. stolonifera ‘Sherwood Purple’ Rudbeckia maxima, R. fulgida var. fulgida, R. laciniata, R. laciniata ‘Autumn Sun’, R. triloba, R. fulgida ‘Goldsturm’, R. subtomentosa ‘Henry Eilers’, R. subtomentosa ‘Little Henry’

Salvia ‘Maraschino’, S. ‘Snow Hill’, S. lyrata ‘Purple Knockout’, S. microphylla ‘Hot Lips’, S. nemorosa ‘Blue Hill’, S. nemorosa ‘Caradonna’, S. nemorosa ‘East Friesland’, S. nemorosa ‘Marcus’, S. nemorosa ‘May Night’, S. nemorosa Sensation® Medium Deep Rose

Sedum sexangulare, S. sieboldii, S. ‘Autumn Fire’, S. ‘Autumn Joy’, S. ‘Vera Jamison’, S. ‘Matrona’, S. ‘Cherry Tart’ SunSparkler®, S. ‘Lime Zinger’ SunSparkler®, S. ‘Dazzleberry’ SunSparkler®, S. cauticolum ‘Lidakense’, S. floriferum ‘Weihenstephaner Gold’, S. spectabile ‘Neon’, S. reflexum ‘Blue Spruce’, S. rupestre ‘Angelina’, S. spurium ‘John Creech’, S. spurium ‘Red Carpet’, S. ternatum ‘Larinem Park’ Solidago caesia, S. graminifolia var. graminifolia, S. odora, S. sempervirens, S. ‘Fireworks’, S. ‘Golden Fleece’, S. ‘Little Lemon’, S. ‘Solar Cascade’

Tiarella cordifolia, T. cordifolia ‘Brandywine’, T. cordifolia var. collina ‘Oakleaf’, T. cordifolia ‘Running Tapestry’, T. ‘Elizabeth Oliver’

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North Creek Unique™ This unique assortment has been discovered or introduced to the trade and shared with the world by North Creek. Truly an unparalleled collection of garden worthy plants that stand the test of time. Each North Creek Unique™ variety has a special story to tell – these introductions are made possible through partnerships with plant collectors, garden enthusiasts, breeders and horticultural institutions around the world.

As Unique as the Story Behind the Name Actaea ‘Misty Blue’ [9] Aster ‘Avondale’ Aster ‘Eastern Star’ [1] Callisia ‘Morning Grace’ Chelone ‘Hot Lips’ [5] 1 Chrysogonum ‘Allen Bush’ Coreopsis ‘Sunshine Superman’ [4] Dracocphalum ‘Blue Dragon’ [7] Erigeron ‘Lynnhaven Carpet’ [12] Fragaria ‘Lipstick’ Gelsemium ‘Margarita’ Geranium ‘Espresso’ [2] Helenium ‘Tiny Dancer’ Helianthus ‘Sunshine Daydream’ Heliopsis ‘Summer Nights’ [10] Helleborus Brandywine™ Heuchera ‘Dale’s Strain’ 6 Kalimeris ‘Blue Star’ Kalimeris ‘Daisy Mae’ Lobelia ‘Black Truffle’ Lonicera ‘Major Wheeler’ [13] Panicum ‘Cape Breeze’ Panicum ‘Dewey Blue’ Phlox ‘Jeana’ [6] Porteranthus ‘Pink Profusion’ Salvia ‘Caradonna’ [8] Schizachyrium ‘Standing Ovation’ [14] Silene ‘Short and Sweet’ 10 Sisyrinchium ‘Lucerne’ [3] Solidago ‘Solar Cascade’ Thermopsis ‘Sophia’ Tiarella ‘Running Tapestry’ Vernonia ‘Iron Butterfly’ Viola ‘Silver Gem’ [11]

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North Creek Unique™

Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue' (white baneberry)

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Aster cordifolius ‘Avondale’ (common blue wood aster)

Aster divaricatus ‘Eastern Star’ (white wood aster)

selected for bluish-green, finely cut foliage

small, daisy-like flowers of pale blue with cheerful yellow centers

shorter than the species and has dark shining mahogany stems

multi-stemmed herbaceous woodland perennial

open, upright habit in the sun; in the shade, it has a relaxed, arching habit

fragrant flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies

spring blooming, bottlebrush flowers in terminal clusters

a quick and easy pot crop for fall sales – quick turn

found in a native population in coastal Rhode Island by Roger Rache

vivid, reddish pedicels produce large, white ‘doll’s eyes’ fruit

prefers average soil that is dry to moist but well drained

fragrant flower heads, very floriferous and frequented by bees and butterflies

discovered in a planting of unknown origin at Mt. Cuba Center in Greenville, Delaware

very attractive to pollinators – and not desired by deer

happiest in part to full shade in average to dry soil

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–26

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–26

Finish Time: 10–14 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: late summer, autumn

Height: 2–3’

Height: 2–3’

Height: 18–24”

Spread: 2–3’

Spread: 18–24”

USDA Zones: 3–8

USDA Zones: 3–8

USDA Zones: 3–8

Tray Size: LP32

Tray Size: 50

Tray Size: 50

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Callisia rosea ‘Morning Grace’ (Piedmont roseling)

Chelone lyonii ‘Hot Lips’ (pink turtlehead)

Chrysogonum virg. ‘Allen Bush’ (green and gold)

thin, strappy foliage remains a clean, medium green throughout the growing season

lustrous, deep green foliage is topped in late summer with rose pink flowers

dark yellow, slightly notched, star shaped flowers that bloom well above the foliage

three-petaled, light pink flowers with attractive gold stamens rest just above foliage

bronze green early season growth is another distinctive feature

toothed, light green, triangular leaves – this selection is a dwarf form with leafy stolons

long bloom period, attractive to pollinators - beautiful when used en masse

can be pinched in May to produce a bushier plant

abundant spring and fall blooms – tends to die down in the heat of the summer

drought tolerant groundcover that blooms from June through September

excellent in containers, deer resistant as well as a butterfly host plant

introduced by Virginia Nurseryman, Andre Viette, and named in honor of Allen Bush

shared with North Creek by plantsman Michael Jenkins

best grown in moist to wet, rich, humusy soils in part shade

tolerant of almost all sun conditions as long as the soil is kept moist and well drained

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Finish Time: 8–10 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 6–8 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate/fast

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: late summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: spring, autumn

Height: 8–10”

Height: 2–3’

Height: 6–8”

Spread: 4–6”

Spread: 12–18”

Spread: 12”

USDA Zones: 6–10

USDA Zones: 4–7

USDA Zones: 5–9

Tray Size: 50

Tray Size: 72 + LP50

Tray Size: 50

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Coreopsis ‘Sunshine Superman’ (star tickseed)

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Dracocephalum ruys. ‘Blue Dragon’ (dragonhead)

Erigeron ‘Lynnhaven Carpet’ (Robin’s plantain)

compact variety that blooms profusely from June to November

North Creek selection with vibrant blue, snapdragon-like flowers

individual flower stalks give rise to lightly tinted lavender flowers with a yellow inner eye

flowers are notched yellow rays with orange center disks

low, thick mound of rosemarylike foliage in early summer

fuzzy foliage knits together to form a very tight groundcover

foliage is lance-shaped, medium green and fuzzy

compact in a container and very easy to grow – treat it as you would a Dianthus

excellent ability to thrive in a wide range of challenging conditions

cut back spent flowers for more prolific reblooming

low maintenance, long blooming; great in container or the perennial border

easy to grow, carefree native perennial perfectly suited for moderate sunlight to full shade

quite drought tolerant once established – prefers dry soil

good drainage is key

named after Virginia Beach’s Lynnhaven River by plantsman Charles Cresson

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 29–38

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 8–14 weeks

Finish Time: 8–10 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate/fast

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: early summer

Seasons of Interest: spring

Height: 12–18” Spread: 12–18”

Height: 12–15” Spread: 12–15”

Height: 12–15” Spread: 12”

USDA Zones: 5–9

USDA Zones: 4–7

USDA Zones: 5–9

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: LP32

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Fragaria ‘Lipstick’ (ornamental strawberry)

Gelsemium ‘Margarita’ (Carolina jasmine)

Geranium ‘Espresso’ (spotted geranium)

creeping habit that makes for a wonderful groundcover – spreads via stolons

profuse display of clear yellow trumpet flowers in spring - may rebloom in autumn

a chocolate-leaved variety discovered along the woodland border at North Creek Nursery

luscious dark green foliage is tri-foliate with a coarselytoothed margin

dark green foliage is semievergreen

clump-forming – typically forms loose mounds of foliage

deep rose-red flowers appear from April to June and again in autumn

a twining rather than clinging vine – blooms on old wood

saucer-shaped flowers are upward-facing and bloom for 6-7 weeks in early spring

an intergeneric hybrid grown primarily for its ornamental value

flowers are fragrant and attractive to a variety of pollinator

palmately 5-lobed leaves are deeply cut; attractive spring through autumn

happiest in humusy, fertile, medium moisture, well-drained soil

selected by Don Jacobs of Eco Gardens in Decatur, Georgia

easily grown in average to medium, well-drained soil

Potting Size: quart, 1 gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–38

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 29–38

Finish Time: 6–8 weeks

Finish Time: 12–16 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Growth Rate: fast

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer, autumn, winter

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer, autumn

Height: 6–8”

Height: 8–12”

Height: 8–12”

Spread: 6–12”

Spread: 1–5’

USDA Zones: 3–8

USDA Zones: 6–9

USDA Zones: 4–8

Tray Size: 50

Tray Size: 50

Tray Size: LP32

Spread: 8–12”

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Helenium ‘Tiny Dancer’ (sneezeweed)

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Helianthus ‘Sunshine Daydream’ (sunflower)

Heliopsis ‘Summer Nights’ (smooth oxeye)

brown cones are surrounded with reflexed petals of a skirt of bright yellow peteals

selected for bright, fully double blooms and sturdy, upright habit

selected for sturdy wine-purple stems, bronze-tinted leaves, and long bloom time

compact native, easy to grow and long lived in a wide variety of conditions

fully rounded, dahlia-like, yellow blooms re-curve toward the stem

prolific bloomer – golden yellow flowers are accented with a deep mahogony center

attracts butterflies and is an excellent cut flower

flowers consistently from June through August

prefers moist, well-drained soil in full sun, but can tolerate drought and some shade

flowers for an extended period of time – mid-summer into fall

foliage is deep green and remains clean throughout the season

seeds are a prime winter food source for songbirds

sneezeweed is a natural repellant for rabbits

found as a branch sport of ‘Capenoch Star’ on our farm in Landenberg, PA

use in the back of the border – deadhead to extend the bloom period

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: summer

Seasons of Interest: summer

Height: 2–3’

Height: 5–6’ Spread: 2–4’

Height: 3–4’

USDA Zones: 3–8

USDA Zones: 4–8

USDA Zones: 4–9

Tray Size: 50

Tray Size: LP32

Tray Size: 50

Spread: 2–3’

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North Creek Unique™

Helleborus Brandywine™ (Lenten rose)

Heuchera ‘Dale’s Strain’ (alumroot)

Kalimeris ‘Blue Star’ (Japanese aster)

a mix of single, anemone (semi-double) and double types with early spring appeal

a seed propagated strain selected for unique silver-blue marbled leaves

wonderful pot plant with long retail shelf life and excellent landscape performance

beautiful mix of colors including dark reds, spotted pinks, picotees and apricots

small, bell-shaped flowers are ivory in color and held high above heart-shaped foliage

single, one inch, pale blue, daisy-like flowers on a compact mound of green all summer

long lived and susceptible to few diseases and pests, such as deer

native groundcover – excellent drought tolerance

very tolerant of a wide range of garden conditions from dry to moist

best in average soil moisture, but will tolerate dryness

found by and named after plantsman Dale Hendricks

easy to grow with hardly any maintenance

color and form are the chief focal point to breeder David Culp’s work

grows best in rich, loamy, moist, well-drained soil in part to full shade

shared with North Creek by Ewald Hügen

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 14–36 *to bloom following year*

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–36

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–26

Finish Time: 16 weeks

Finish Time: 8–10–12 weeks

Finish Time: 6–8–10 weeks

Growth Rate: slow

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: fast

Seasons of Interest: winter, spring

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Height:

Height: 12–18”

Height:

Spread:

Spread: 18”

Spread:

USDA Zones:

USDA Zones: 4–7

USDA Zones: 4–9

Tray Size: 18

Tray Size: 72 + LP32

Tray Size: 72

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Kalimeris ‘Daisy Mae’ (Japanese aster)

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Lobelia ‘Black Truffle’ (cardinalflower)

Lonicera ‘Major Wheeler’ (trumpet honeysuckle)

single one inch, white daisylike flowers – summer blooming

selected for its dramatic, dark chocolatey-purple foliage and bold red flowers

flower power – the best of the red flowering native honeysuckles

very drought tolerant

superior to other dark-foliaged Lobelias on the market – foliagte holds color all season

more sun, more flowers – vibrant, absolutly covered in bright red blooms

foliage may be pinched back in early summer to stimulate new growth

very attractive to pollinators, especially humming birds

fast growing vine that will trellis along fences or arbors

easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soil

magnet for hummingbirds and butterflies all summer, but deer tend to pay no attention

foliage remains clean all growing season

a carefree perennial that needs hardly any maintenance – cut back in late autumn

introduced by Peter Heus and brought to market by Plants Nouveau

blooms on previous year’s growth and new growth, so you can trim it back or leave it be

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon, 3–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–32

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–36

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Finish Time: 6–8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 10–12–14 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Growth Rate: fast

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: fast

Seasons of Interest: summer

Seasons of Interest:

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Height: 18–24” Spread: 18–24”

Height: 3–4’

Height: 3–8’

USDA Zones: 5–9

USDA Zones: 5–8

USDA Zones: 4–8

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: 50

Tray Size: 50

Spread: 2–3’

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Spread: 1–10’


North Creek Unique™

Panicum ‘Cape Breeze’ (switchgrass)

Panicum ‘Dewey Blue’ (bitter switchgrass)

Phlox paniculata ‘Jeana’ (garden phlox)

from production to the landscape, this grass truly is a breeze

selected for its attractive glaucous blue color and graceful fountain habit

outstanding mildew resistance with varying shades of sweetly scented, lavender-pink flowers

selected for upright habit, compact size and early flowering

grows primarily in clumps, but may slowly spread by creeping rhizomes

flower clusters create a tiered effect along upright, multistemmed branches

tidy, dense habit makes it perfect for a variety of garden applications

airy flowers emerge in fall – persisting as a light beige color throughout the winter

our most popular phlox for attracting butterflies – covered all summer in swallowtails

toughness of seaside Panicum with the neatness of garden worthy cultivars

outstanding grass for erosion control – performs well in infertile soil

thrives in organic, moist to average soil in full sun to light shade

discovered by plantsman, Paul Miskovsky, and brought to market by North Creeek

selected and named by Rick Darke, after Dewey Beach, DE

found by and named after Jeana Prewitt of Nashville, TN

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon, 3–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon, 3–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–36

Finish Time: 8–16 weeks

Finish Time: 8–16 weeks

Finish Time: 8–10–12 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn, winter

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn, winter

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Height: 24–30” Spread: 18–24”

Height: 3–4’

Height: 4–5’

USDA Zones: 4–9

USDA Zones: 2–9

USDA Zones: 3–8

Tray Size: 50 + LP50

Tray Size: LP50

Tray Size: 50 + LP50

Spread: 2–3’

Spread: 2–3’

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Porteranthus trif. ‘Pink Profsion’ (Bowman’s root)

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Salvia nemorosa ‘Caradonna’ (garden sage)

Schizachyrium ‘Standing Ovation’ (little bluestem)

clear pink flowers that are held daintily above reddish leaves on deep red stems

erect, clump-forming salvia noted for dark purple stems and intense blue-violet flowers

sturdy, upright stems with blue cast, dark purple closer to base

grow best on slopes or woodland edges with afternoon shade

remove spent flower spikes to help extend the bloom period

brilliant, fiery-colored foliage through autumn

moist, acidic to neutral, humus-rich soil; drought tolerant once established

green leaves are aromatic when crushed – attractive to bees and butterflies

individual blades are thicker than other species of little bluestem

discovery by Virginia plantsman Paul James; first commercially available pink-flowered form

easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soil

tolerates a wide range of soils – happiest in dry, poor soil

shared with North Creek in 2001 by Mt. Cuba Center

from Beate Zillmer of Zillmer Pflanzen in Uchte, Germany

a North Creek Nurseries introduction

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon, 3-gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–36

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–22

Finish Time: 12–16–18 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12–16 weeks

Growth Rate: slow

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Seasons of Interest: late spring, early summer

Seasons of Interest: summer

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Height: 24–30” Spread: 24–30”

Height: 18–30”

Height: 3–4’

USDA Zones: 3–8

USDA Zones: 4–9

USDA Zones: 3–8

Tray Size: LP32

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: 50 + LP50

Spread: 12”

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North Creek Unique™

Silene ‘Short and Sweet’ (Wherry’s catchfly)

Sisyrinchium ‘Lucerne’ (narrowleaf blue-eyed grass)

Solidago ‘Solar Cascade’ (goldenrod)

small clump of narrow green foliage, topped with clusters of deep pink flowers

bright blue star shaped flowers with golden yellow centers

axillary clusters of golden-yellow flowers along reflexing stems from late summer into fall

blooms April through early summer – flowers are held above the foliage

long bloom period – expect 8–10 weeks of flowering

spreads via rhizomes, not an aggressive runner

thrives in soil with average to good drainage – should not be wet for extended periods

foliage creates a fan or tuft of narrow, grass-like, blue-green leaves

maxing out somewhere between the taller ‘Fireworks’ and more compact ‘Golden Fleece’

compact and easy to grow – the perfect native substitute for Dianthus

best grown in medium moisture, well-drained soil – tolerates light shade

well adapted to most garden conditions – perfers moist to average garden soil

a fantastic perennial for naturalizing

named by Robert Herman, who found it in Lucerne, Switzerland

a standout in The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden perennial trails

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 29–36

Potting Schedule: weeks 29–20

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Finish Time: 6–10 weeks

Finish Time: 6–10 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: fast

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Height: 6–8”

Height: 8–12”

Height: 24–30” Spread:12–24”

Spread: 12–16”

Spread: 12”

USDA Zones: 4–7

USDA Zones: 5–9

USDA Zones: 3–8

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: 50 + LP50

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North Creek Unique™

Thermopsis ‘Sophia’ (Chinease bush pea)

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Tiarella ‘Running Tapestry’ (heartleaf foamflower)

Vernonia ‘Iron Butterfly’ (ironweed)

numerous spikes of soft canary yellow flowers in early spring

vigorous running groundcover with red speckled, deeply dissected heart shaped foliage

true purple flowers bloom in late summer and attract plenty of butterflies

compound foliage and flat, green seed pods make ‘Sophia’ attractive for all seasons

produces a plethora of white flower spikes in spring

similar foliage to Amsonia hubrichtii – compact, wellbranched and vigorous habit

compact perennial – maintains a neat and tidy habit through the entire growing season

the best running form available – outstanding groudcover potential

prefers average to dry soils with good drainage

grow in average to dry soil with good drainage – very drought tolerant

prefers moist, rich, organic, well-drained soil – do not let soil dry out

tolerant of hot dry locations –can withstand brief periods of inundation

named after the daughter of a former North Creek employee, Becky Long

discovered by Jim Plyler of Natural Landscapes Nursery, West Grove, PA

selected by North Creek for Dr. Armitage of UGA

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon

Potting Size: 1–gallon, 2–gallon

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–36

Potting Schedule: weeks 29–36

Potting Schedule: weeks 6–24

Finish Time: 6–8–12 weeks

Finish Time: 6–8 weeks

Finish Time: 8–12 weeks

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: moderate

Growth Rate: fast

Seasons of Interest: spring, summer

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Seasons of Interest: summer, autumn

Height: 12–18” Spread: 18–24”

Height: 8–12” Spread: 12–18”

Height: 30–36” Spread: 30–36”

USDA Zones: 5–8

USDA Zones: 4–8

USDA Zones: 4–9

Tray Size: 72

Tray Size: 72 + LP32

Tray Size: 50 + LP50

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Viola ‘Silver Gem’ (prostrate blue violet) a tidy mound of striking silvery colored, heart-shaped leaves with contrasting green veins delicate asymmetrical flowers in spring – violet-blue in color and borne just above foliage foliage undersurface varies from pale purplish-green to burgundy prefers moist, well-drained, neutral to alkaline soils shared with North Creek Nurseries by Mt. Cuba Center

Potting Size: quart, 1–gallon Potting Schedule: weeks 6–36 Finish Time: 10–12 weeks Growth Rate: moderate Seasons of Interest: spring, summer, autumn Height: 3–6” Spread: 10–15” USDA Zones: 6–8 Tray Size: 72 + LP32

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The Original Landscape Plug™ Restoring habitat and healing our environment starts with ecological plants–and great ecological plants start at North Creek Nurseries. We share your passion for meaningful plants that enrich the environment and add quality of life to the landscapes that surround us. After all, it’s been our mission since 1988!

Our Landscape Plugs™ are resilient, grown with the environment in mind and enjoyed by pollinators and humans alike. Their ability to clean water, sequester carbon, rebuild soil and resonate with people makes them the perfect solution for projects where increased biodiversity, habitat and ecosystem services are the bottom line. Every site requires unique vegetative solutions and we are here to help you choose the right plant palette. Our collection of Landscape Plugs is comprised of a reliable mix of perennials, ferns, carex, grasses and vines–a mix of ecological plants that truly stands the test of time.

Landscape Plug™ Sizes │ LP50 + LP32

LP32

LP50

Plug Size:

Plug Size:

2.22 × 2.22 × 4.00 in 5.64 × 5.64 × 10.16 cm

2.00 × 2.00 × 5.00 in 5.08 × 5.08 × 12.7 cm

Soil Volume:

Soil Volume:

10.07 cu in 165 cm3

11.90 cu in 195 cm3

Landscape Plugs™ Compliance

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The Efficient + Sustainable Landscape Plug™ The Sustainable Landscape Plug™ Bioactive, locally sourced soil mix Tray made of 100% recycled and recyclable material Less waste on job site – no under tray required The Highest Quality Landscape Plug™ Re-engineered LP50 + LP32 tray for maximum root development and heartier crown Recessed channels guide roots downward to prevent circling Optimal root density for rapid transition to native soils Custom grow options – consistent quality & reliable availability The Most Efficient Landscape Plug™ Reduced labor costs – fast layout, installation + cleanup Reduced freight costs – 32% more plants per tray vs. the retired DP38 tray Reduced handling costs – plants ship directly to job site on recyclable wooden racks

From meadows to rain gardens, Landscape Plugs™ make your next installation as easy as

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Fantastic Fern Program Spring production space at a premium? Save valuable time and space with North Creek’s same-yearsales fern program! Our ferns are grown in a husky LP32 plug size and available for shipment April through July. To ensure customers receive quality liners that you’ve come to depend on from North Creek – ferns only ship in active growth. Therefore, we guarantee that your ferns will be healthy, actively growing and ready for a quick turn in your production cycle.

Adiantum to Woodwardia – 23 Reliable Varieties Plant Name Adiantum pedatum Athyrium ‘Lady in Red’ Athyrium filix-femina ssp. asplenoides Athyrium filix-femina ‘Victoriae’ Athyrium niponicum ‘Regal Red’ Athyrium niponicum var. pictum Athyrium otophorum Athyrium ‘Ghost’ Dennstaedtia punctilobula Dryopteris erythrosora ‘Brilliance’ Dryopteris erythrosora ‘Radiance’ Dryopteris goldiana Dryopteris marginalis Dryopteris × australis Matteuccia struthiopteris Onoclea sensibilis Osmunda cinnamomea Osmunda claytoniana Osmunda regalis var. spectabilis Phegopteris decursive-pinnata Polystichum acrostichoides Polystichum polyblepharum Woodwardia virginica FS=Full Sun PS=Part Shade

SH=Full Shade NA=Native

DR= Deer Resistant OF=Ornamental Foliage

Height Zone 12-30” 3-8 2-3’ 3-8 2-3’ 5-10 18-24” 4-9 15-18” 4-9 12-18” 4-9 18-24” 5-9 24-30” 3-8 18-30” 3-8 18-24” 5-8 18-30” 5-8 3-4’ 3-8 12-18” 3-8 3-4’ 5-9 3-5’ 3-8 1-3’ 2-10 2-3’ 2-10 2-4’ 2-8 2-3’ 2-10 1-2’ 4-10 12-18” 3-9 18-24” 5-8 1-2’ 3-10

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CF=Cut Flower EC=Erosion Control

North Creek’s comprehensive collection of native and non-native ferns include moisture loving species such as royal fern and the ever-popular, drought tolerant standout Christmas fern. If you’re in search of a splash of color, consider varieties such as Athyrium ‘Lady in Red’, A. ‘Ghost’, A. ‘Regal Red’, Dryopteris ‘Brilliance’ and recently added D. ‘Radiance’. If texture is a must, the bold presence of northern maidenhair fern, Korean tasselfern or the playful twists of Athyrium ‘Victoriae’ should not be overlooked. From the reptilian-like, unfurling fronds of ostrich fern to the architectural woodland wonderland created by masses of cinnamon fern– North Creek has the perfect palette. Contact our sales department sales@northcreeknurseries.com to start customizing your spring fern program!

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LP32 liners available week XX + XX Perfect for 1, 2 + 3-gallon programs Quick finish=efficient producion cycle Free up 2+ months production space Wetland + Upland varieties


Shady Groundhuggers™ Collection A comprehensive assortment of perennials, sedges and ferns perfectly suited for the native woodland environment. Shady Groundhuggers™can be grown in larger pots or planted directly into the landscape. Husky, 4” root systems are ideal for projects focused on landscape restoration, soil stabilization and enhancing native habitat. Our shade loving Landscape Plug™ groundcover line is available in trays of LP32.

We Take the Guesswork Out of Gardening in the Shade Adiantum pedatum Athyrium filix–femina and cvs. Asarum canadense Carex amphibola Carex appalachica Carex flacca 'Blue Zinger' Carex flaccosperma Carex pensylvanica Carex plantaginea Carex platyphylla Carex radiata Carex laxiculmis 'HOBB' Bunny Blue™ Chrysogonum virginianum var. australe Dennstaedtia punctilobula Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldtau' Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance' Dryopteris goldiana Dryopteris marginalis Dryopteris × australis Geranium maculatum and cvs. Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain' Heuchera longiflora Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride' Matteuccia struthiopteris Meehania cordata Mertensia virginica Onoclea sensibilis Pachysandra procumbens Phlox divaricata and cvs. Phlox stolonifera and cvs. Polemonium reptans and cv. Podophyllum peltatum Polystichum acrostichoides Sedum ternatum 'Larinem Park' Tiarella cordifolia and cvs. Tiarella 'Oakleaf' Thelypteris noveboracensis Viola riviniana (purpurea group) Viola walteri 'Silver Gem' Waldsteinia fragarioides Woodwardia virginica

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Grass Collection Acorus americanus Andropogon gerardii Andropogon gerardii ‘Red October’ Andropogon glomeratus Andropogon virginicus Bouteloua curtipendula Bouteloua ‘Blonde Ambition’ [3] Calamagrostis × acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ Calamagrostis brachytricha Chasmanthium latifolium Deschampsia cespitosa Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Goldtau’ Deschampsia flexuosa Elymus virginicus Eragrostis spectabilis Festuca glauca Beyond Blue™ Hakonechloa macra ‘Albovariegata’[1] Juncus effusus Juncus tenuis

Muhlenbergia capillaris Muhlenbergia reverchonii UNDAUNTED® Nassella tenuissima Panicum amarum ‘Dewey Blue’ Panicum virgatum Panicum virgatum ‘Northwind’ Panicum virgatum ‘Shenandoah’ Panicum ‘Cape Breeze’ Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’ Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Little Bunny’ Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Red Head’ Pennisetum orientale ‘Karley Rose’ [2] Schizachyrium scoparium Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Standing Ovation’ Scirpus cyperinus Scirpus validus Sorghastrum nutans Sporobolus heterolepis

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Plant Attributes Plant Name Carex amphibola Carex appalachica Carex cherokeensis Carex comosa Carex dolichostachya Gold Fountains™ Carex eburnea Carex emoryi Carex flacca ‘Blue Zinger’ Carex flaccosperma Carex laxiculmus Bunny Blue™ [5] Carex lurida Carex marrowii ‘Ice Dance’ Carex morrowii ‘Silver Sceptre’ Carex muskingumensis Carex muskingumensis ‘Oehme’ Carex oshimensis ‘Evergold’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Everest’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Everillo’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Everlime’ Carex oshimensis EverColor® ‘Eversheen’ [4] Carex pensylvanica [6] Carex plantaginea Carex platyphylla Carex radiata Carex stricta Carex vulpinoidea FS=Full Sun PS=Part Shade

SH=Full Shade NA=Native

BF= Butterfly DR=Deer Resistant

Height Zone 1-2’ 3-9 12” 3-8 12-18” 6-9 4-5’ 4-7 10-12” 5-9 6” 2-8 18-24” 5-9 6-10” 5-8 6-12” 5-8 10-12” 5-9 2-3’ 3-8 15-18” 3-8 12” 5-9 2-3’ 4-9 18-24” 4-8 12” 5-8 12-18” 5-10 12-18” 5-10 12-18” 5-10 12-18” 5-10 8-12” 4-8 8-10” 4-8 8-12” 4-8 1-2’ 4-8 3-4’ 5-8 2-3’ 3-7

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Native Vine Collection Gelsemium sempervirens ‘Margarita’ [7] Lonicera sempervirens Lonicera sempervirens ‘Magnifica’ Lonicera sempervirens ‘Major Wheeler’ [9] Lonicera sempervirens ‘John Clayton’ Wisteria macrostachya ‘Blue Moon’ [8] Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’

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Potting Schedule â&#x20AC;&#x201C; by Season Spring + Summer

Autumn

Year Round

Adiantum pedatum Andropogon sp. Asclepias sp. and cvs. Aster sp. and cvs. Athyrium sp. and cvs. Baptisia sp. and cvs. Boltonia asteroides cvs. Bouteloua sp. and cvs. Caryopteris cvs. Ceratostigma plumbaginoides Chelone sp. and cvs. Cheilanthes lanosa Chrysopsis mariana Delphinium exaltatum Dicentra eximia Dracocephalum ruyschianum 'Blue Dragon' Dryopteris hybrids sp. and cvs. Echinacea sp. and cvs. Elymus virginicus Eragrostis spectabilis Eryngium yuccifolium Eupatorium sp. and cvs. Euphorbia amygdaloides var. robbiae Gaillardia cvs. Gaura cvs. Gentiana sp. and cvs. Gelsemium 'Margarita' Helenium sp. and cvs. Helianthus sp. and cvs. Heliopsis sp. and cvs. Helleborus sp. and cvs. Hibiscus sp. and cvs. Hypericum calycinum and cvs. Iris versicolor Kalimeris cvs. Knautia macedonica 'Mars Midget' Lobelia sp. and cvs. Matteuccia struthiopteris Muhlenbergia capillaris Oenothera sp. and cvs. Onoclea sensibilis Osmunda sp. Panicum sp. and cvs. Pennisetum sp. and cvs. Penstemon sp. and cvs. Polystichum sp. Ratibida columnifera 'Red Midget' Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm' Rudbeckia 'Henry Eilers' Rudbeckia triloba Salvia greggii cvs. Salvia microphylla cvs. Salvia verticillata 'Purple Rain' Schizachyrium scoparium and cvs. Scutellaria sp. Solidago sp. and cvs. Spiranthes 'Chadds Ford' Sorghastrum nutans Sporobolus heterolepis Thelypteris decursive-pinnata Tricyrtis cvs. Verbena 'Homestead Purple' Vernonia sp. and cvs. Wisteria cvs. Woodwardia virginica

Allium cernuum Aquilegia canadensis and cvs. Aruncus dioicus Callirhoe involucrata Caltha palustris Calamagrostis 'Avalanche' Calamagrostis acutiflora 'Karl Foerster' Chasmanthium latifolium Deschampsia flexuosa Deschampsia cespitosa 'Goldtau' Festuca glauca 'Elijah Blue' Geum sp. and cvs. Juncus sp. Leucanthemum Ă&#x2014; superbum 'Becky' Meehania cordata Monarda sp. and cvs. Nassella tenuissima Phlox carolina var. angusta 'Gypsy Love' Phlox carolina 'Miss Lingard' Phlox 'Chattahoochee' Phlox divaricata 'London Grove Blue' Phlox divaricata 'Manita' Phlox divaricata 'Mary Helen' Phlox divaricata 'May Breeze' Phlox divaricata 'Parksville Beach Phlox glaberrima ssp. triflora 'Triple Play' Phlox pilosa Phlox sp. and cvs. Polemonium reptans and cvs. Ratibida pinnata Rudbeckia laciniata and cvs. Rudbeckia maxima Ruellia humilis Salvia nemorosa cvs. Scirpus sp. Senecio aureus Silene sp. and cvs. Stachys monieri 'Hummelo' Stylophorum diphyllum Thalictrum rochebrunianum Thermopsis sp. and cvs. Tiarella sp. and cvs. Verbena sp. Veronica cvs. Veronicastrum sp. and cvs. Viola sp. and cvs.

Achillea millefolium and cvs. Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue' Agastache sp. and cvs. Alchemilla mollis 'Auslese' Alstroemeria cvs. Amsonia sp. and cvs. Asarum canadense Calamintha sp. and cvs. Carex sp. and cvs. Chrysogonum virginianum and cvs. Coreopsis sp. and cvs. Delosperma sp. and cvs. Dianthus cvs. Fragaria 'Lipstick' Geranium sp. and cvs. Heuchera sp. and cvs. Iris sp. and cvs. Lonicera sempervirens and cvs. Nepeta hybrids and cvs. Perovskia cvs. Phlox maculata cvs. Phlox paniculata and cvs. Physostegia cvs. Porteranthus trifoliatus and cvs. Pycnanthemum sp. Rubus calycinoides Rudbeckia fulgida var. fulgida Salvia lyrata 'Purple Knockout' Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue' Sedum sp. and cvs. Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne' Stachys 'Helen von Stein' Stachys 'Silver Carpet' Stokesia cvs. Tradescantia cvs.

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