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2. Abelia Sunny Anniversary™ New PPAF. cv. 'Minduo1.' The award-winning AnniversaryTM series continues with this extraordinary rebloomer of richest yellow splashed with orange and pink. Fragrant, unappetizing to deer, and hardy to -10 degrees F, this deciduous shrub is ideal for the border and foundation. Glossy bright green foliage complements the nonstop blooms, which appeal to butterflies and hummingbirds. Highly recommended! 1-Quart Container.

3. Hydrangea Edgy™ Hearts New PP22,368. cv. 'HORheart.' Every dark pink or rich blue petal of this exciting new German Hydrangea is edged in soft white, creating a magnificent bicolor effect on very compact, floriferous shrubs. Perfect for containers as well as the garden, it offers triangular petals that create a slightly spiked look that lasts all summer. Excellent for cutting as fresh or dried bouquets. 4-Inch Pot.

Z 6-8 | midsummer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

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1. Syringa Dark Purple Bloomerang™ New PPAF. cv. 'SMSJBP7.' The newest Bloomerang offers darker blooms on rounder, fuller clusters and a larger shrub size. Like its predecessor, it flowers heavily from spring til frost, wowing you with dark purple buds that open to brilliant lavender flowers, heavily fragrant. Unappetizing to deer and so easy to grow in northern and temperate climates, it's the perfect harbinger of spring! 1-Quart Container.

3. Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum' New The showiest Variegated Solomon’s Seal, this Asian native sports clean, bright white edging on every leaf. Its naturally cascading habit creates a tiered look enhanced by symmetrical, horizontally held foliage. Dazzling white bell-shaped blooms appear on arching stems for 3 weeks. A fine companion to ferns, it fares best in moist, enriched garden soil. 31/2 Inch Pot.

Z 4-7 | spring/frost | sun | H: 5-6', W: 4-5'

Z 4-8 | late spring | part/full shade | H: 24-30", W: 18-20"

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2. Lycium barbarum, Goji Berry 'Sweet Lifeberry' New Ultra-nutritious and so easy to grow, this vining shrub offers lavender trumpet-shaped blooms followed by shiny bright red berries over a long, long season. You need plant only one of this dense, spiny plants to get a heavy crop of berries. Delicious fresh or dried, it has been a staple of the Chinese diet for centuries, and is renowned for its antioxidants, amino acids, and beta carotene. 1-Quart Container.

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New & Mail Order Exclusive PPAF. cv. 'SMHMP1.' Ranging from bright pink in alkaline soils to rich purple in acidic, the double florets on this stunning new mophead dangle like thousands of small umbrellas! Very heat-tolerant, this ultra-compact shrub wows in containers as well as the border, and makes a splendid cutflower. It blooms on old wood, so if pruning is needed, cut it back right after the flowers pass. 4-Inch Pot.

5. Nepeta 'Purrsian Blue' New & Exclusive PPAF. Wonderfully floriferous, this perfect round, densely branched new Catmint beautifully solves the "flop" problem of older varieties! All summer long, its tiny mint-scented leaves are topped by periwinkle-blue blooms studded with a violet calyx. Left alone by nibbling creatures and treasured by hummingbirds and butterflies, it's the ideal addition to border, patio container, and herb garden! 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | all summer | sun | H: 16-18", W: 24-28"

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PPAF. cv. 'Tracy.' The combination of bright orange spring foliage and the largest pink blooms we have ever seen makes this Spiraea a must-have. By summer, the orange has turned bold shades of yellow and gold, and the blooms are attracting butterflies and hummers by the dozen. Deadhead them promptly and this deer resistant shrub will repeat all season! 1-Quart Container.

Z 4-9 | all summer | sun | H: 2-3', W: 2-3'

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PPAF. cv. 'FarrowBP.' Covered in berries all autumn long, this deciduous female Winterberry Holly is one of the best for cutting. Its compact size and dense branching make it a natural choice for containers as well as low hedges, and its native resistance to pests and diseases make it easy to grow. Content even in wet soils, it sports tiny white blooms in summer. 4-Inch Pot.

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3. Thuja Fire Chief™ New PP#19,009. cv. 'CONgabe.' So ornamental even in the heart of winter, this compact, multi-stemmed Thuja sets new spring foliage of bright red, which greens out except for the brilliant orange-flame tips. These remain colorful year-round on bushy, rounded shrubs that branch right down to the ground. Resistant to scorching and winter burn, impervious to most diseases, this selection of the American native is widely adaptable to any moist, well-drained soil. Light shade is acceptable, but the best red color is in full sun. Irresistible! 4-Inch Pot. Z 3-7 | sun/light shade | H: 3-5', W: 3-4'

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Long, tapered, glossy leaves of dark green sport a jagged white center on this exciting new shade lover. The plant is upright and tight when young, gradually acquiring an elegantly arching habit with maturity. Pale lavender blooms on ghostly white scapes add another level of interest to the display. Distinctively different! 1-Quart Container.

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1. Calycanthus 'Aphrodite'

1. Calycanthus 'Aphrodite' New What a joy this deciduous shrub is, supremely fragrant in flower, foliage, and even bark! The giant 4-inch blooms of deepest red reappear for 4 months all over this vigorous, multi-stemmed shrub, attracting butterflies by the dozen. Their scent may remind you of strawberries and their appearance of Magnolia. Large, glossy green leaves offer dense cover for hedges and privacy screens, while the native vigor and disease resistance make growing this Sweetshrub a snap! Deer leave it alone, and it tolerates any soil type, though best flowering is in loamy mixes. A fragrance-lover's dream come true! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 7', W: 5-6'

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New PP#20,574. cv. 'Notwood3.' Big 3- to 4-inch blooms radiate cool blue tones in the sunny garden on this vigorous, well-branched, super long-flowering shrub! Tolerant of heat, humidity, and even drought (though it prefers moist soil), this fast grower is besieged by butterflies and left alone by deer — the ideal combination! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | early summer/early fall | sun | H: 8-12', W: 4-6'

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Developed by Washington State University, Quinault is a heavy-bearing, large berry with the best disease resistance of any everbearer. Ft. Laramie is a marvelously fragrant variety with huge crops on plants that can be trained to climb a trellis. And Eversweet was bred especially for hot, humid climates where others struggle, setting large, very tasty berries. In this collection you get 25 plants each of 3 varieties: Quinault, Ft. Laramie, and Eversweet, a total of 75 plants. Bareroot.

Z 4-8 | early summer and early fall |sun | H: 8-10", W: 24"

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5. Lonicera 'Scentsation' New PP#16,240. Everything about this British introduction is superior, from the quality of the blooms to their sheer numbers. Repeating steadily over 3 seasons, this Honeysuckle is a paradise of fragrant beauty. Bees and butterflies adore it, and the entire garden benefits from its rich perfume. Ideal for trellises and fences, it climbs by twining, blanketing everything it touches. Showstopping! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | mid-spring/early fall | sun | H: 10', W: 5'

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Three of the finest June-bearers ever grown! Allstar is a USDA introduction replacing the old favorite Guardian, with big, richly flavored berries on compact plants. Honeoye is a widely-adapted variety offering luscious, firm, extralarge fruits under just about any growing conditions. And Sequioa bears all summer long in mild climates, the extralarge berries firm and flavorful on plants that resist powdery mildew. In this collection you get 25 plants each of 3 varieties: Allstar, Honeoye, and Sequioa, a total of 75 plants. Bareroot.

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1. Rhododendron 'Brandi' New & Mail Order Exclusive Pale pink buds open to large, ruffled pink blooms on dense shrubs 3 to 4 feet high and wide. Descended from R. 'Scintillation.' 1-Quart Container.

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2. Rhododendron 'Radiance' New & Mail Order Exclusive Dark lavender buds open to pastel purple blooms on well-shaped, fairly dense shrubs 4 to 5 feet high and wide. Descended from R. 'Royal Purple.' 1-Quart Container.

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3. Rhododendron 'Grace' New & Mail Order Exclusive Deep pink buds open to appleblossom-white blooms on large shrubs 4 to 6 feet high and wide. Descended from R. 'English Roseum.' 1-Quart Container. 32797 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea 6

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1. Acer palmatum 'Fairy Hair'

Very popular but difficult to find, this dwarf Japanese Maple is a super slow-growing delight. The foliage is extremely long, narrow, and slender. Green in spring and summer, it blazes orange in autumn. Perfect for containers and small-space plantings, this tree grows at a rate of less than 1 inch per year. Introduced as part of Buchholz Nursery's Flora Wonder™ Collection, it is certain to become the talkingpoint of your garden. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | sun/part shade | H: 2', W: 1'

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2. Cercis chinensis 'Don Egolf'

The first redbud cultivar to be released by the U.S. National Arboretum, this slow-growing, compact shrub covers itself with rosy mauve blooms and bears no fruit. It shows a high resistance to disease, is easily propagated, and tolerates many different soils, including those in dry or hot areas. Add to these traits its thick, heart-shaped foliage, and you have a welcome addition to mixed borders or a standout specimen. 4-Inch Pot. Z 6-9 | early spring | sun/part shade | H: 8-10', W: 8-10'

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3. Acer palmatum 'Mikawa Yatsubusa'

The collector's choice, this stunning dwarf sets its deeply divided, elongated foliage in overlapping tufts, creating a fascinating look. The spring leaves are yellow-green with red tips, darkening to bright green for summer before erupting in neon-intense shades of orange-red for autumn. The branches are beautifully layered, creating the perfect bonsai form. Absolutely outstanding in containers or the garden. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | sun/part shade | H: 5', W: 5'

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4. Acer palmatum 'Ryusen'

PP#18,501. Boasting a magnificent weeping habit with strong, pendulous branches bearing palmately divided leaves of bright green, 'Ryusen' introduces a whole new look. Train it to desired height until it forms a sturdy trunk, espalier it, send it weeping over a wall, or let it decorate an arbor or arch. The foliage turns brilliant golden-orange and red in autumn. More heat- and sun-tolerant than many A. palmatum cultivars, 'Ryusen' leafs out late in spring, avoiding late frosts. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | sun/part shade | H: 20', W: 6-8'

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2. Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'

PPAF. Weeping branches clothed in heart-shaped purple leaves create an instant focal point on this elegant dwarf cultivar! A stellar introduction from North Carolina State University, it is a hybrid of two classics, C. 'Covey' x 'Forest Pansy.' Brilliant lavender-pink blooms open on deep red stems and bracts before the tree leafs out in spring, and when the foliage does arise, its leaves are maroon before deepening to rich violet before turning green in the summer. A remarkable selection of the native species, 'Ruby Falls' is highly recommended. Bareroot. Z 6-8 | early/late spring | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 4-6'

3. Cercis canadensis 'Appalachian Red'

Discovered growing beside a road in Maryland, this intensely colorful Eastern Redbud offers three seasons of beauty. Brilliant fuchsia-red blooms decorate the bare branches in spring, followed by heart-shaped foliage that matures to a matte blue-green before turning yellow in fall. An award winner. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | early/mid spring | sun/part shade | H: 15-25', W: 15-25'

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Even before this vigorous tree leafs out in spring, giant deep red blooms starred with a white eye cover its branches. New foliage emerges in bold tones of burgundy-red, turning dark green for summer before burnishing maroon again in autumn. Ornamental bright red fruit beloved by birds follows the flowers. Cannot ship to FL. Bareroot. Z 5-9 | mid/late spring | sun/part shade | H: 15', W: 15-20'

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2. Cornus controversa 'Variegata Brave'

This unusual Dogwood is prized in its native China and Japan for its horizontally-held branches and variegated leaves edged in creamy white. Creates a very dramatic effect in the landscape, adding cool color and fascinating texture to the garden. Easy to grow in well-drained soil, it is a superb specimen for border focal point, or accent. Cannot ship to FL. 1-Gallon Container. Z 6-8 | late spring | part shade | H: 30-40', W: 30-40'

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3. Cornus kousa Heart Throb® New PP# 9283 'Schmred'. Expect the rosy red bracts on this tree to remain colorful for up to 2 months -- twice as long as those of other Dogwoods! They are followed by masses of pinkish-red berries that remain through mid-fall, delighting the birds. Rich scarlet autumn leaves and peeling gray bark in winter complete the multi-season appeal of this slow-growing, award-winning small tree. An excellent choice for coastal locations, too. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | late spring/midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 15-30', W: 30'

34039- $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

4. Cornus kousa var. chinensis 'Milky Way'

Difficult to find and very highly prized, this Chinese Dogwood is among the most floriferous of its kind. Well-branched and very imposing, it offers slightly weeping branches that cover themselves in creamy-white blooms for many weeks, followed by abundant red berries upon which birds feast from late summer through fall. Autumn turns the green leaves orange and red, and the magnificent bare winter silhouette reveals handsomely mottled bicolor bark. Resistant to diseases and pests, it is easy to grow in sun to light shade and rich, well-drained soil. Cannot ship to FL. Bareroot. Z 5-8 | late spring/early summer | full sun | H: 20-30', W: 20-30'

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1. Ginkgo biloba 'Mariken'

Extremely dwarf and slow-growing, this splendid male Ginkgo is a witches' broom discovered in Holland in 1995. Ideal for bonsai, containers, and small-space gardens, its exquisite fan-shaped foliage is in proportion to its overall size. Delightfully curled and cupped new foliage of celery green turns bright yellow before dropping in autumn. After several decades it may reach 3 to 5 feet high; measurements given below are after 10 years' growth. Very rare and choice! 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-8 | sun/part shade | H: 24", W: 30"

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4. Fagus sylvatica 'Purpurea Tricolor'

This splendid tree is worthy of designing your entire garden around, so lovely year-round—and so different in every season! The spring foliage is pink-edged purple, the summer a solid, glossy purple, and the fall a brilliant maroon-red! In winter, the smooth gray bark stands out against the dull browns and blacks of other tree trunks. Absolutely stunning. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-7 | full sun/part shade | H: 20-30', W: 10-20’

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2. Davidia involucrata 'Sonoma'

Giant white blooms like handkerchiefs flutter in the breeze on this unusual and lovely tree! Measuring 10 to 12 inches long, they begin appearing at a young age and persist for many weeks. This tree thrives in temperate to warm climates, happy in any well-drained soil. Ideal for the border or as a specimen. 1-Gallon Container. Z 6-8 | late spring | full sun | H: 20-40', W: 20-40'

47614 - $89.95 ea | 2 for $80.95 ea | 3 for $76.95 ea 6 for $71.95 ea

5. Carpinus betulus 'Monument'

A natural dwarf selection of the European Hornbeam, this slow-growing cultivar offers dense, attractive foliage on an upright, pyramidal habit. Ideal for small gardens, the tree offers bright butter-yellow autumn leaves. At full maturity it is no more than 6 to 7 feet tall and 4 to 5 feet wide. Content in any well-drained soil, it is easy to grow and very showy in garden or container. Introduced by Viva Nord in Italy. 1-GallonContainer. Z 5-7 | sun/part shade | H: 6-7', W: 4-5'

49396 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea 6 for $27.95 ea

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3. Ginkgo biloba Goldspire™

PPAF. (cv. 'Blagon.') Far more dense and narrowly pyramidal than most, this French selection is non-fruiting (male) and highly ornamental. Tolerant of air pollution, heat, and other environmental stresses, it stands out brilliantly in the small garden or as a street tree. In autumn, the lovely fan-shaped leaves turn buttery shades of yellow and gold. Shear back in early spring for 3 to 4 years to develop tight, dense habit. 2-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | sun/part shade | H: 14-16', W: 5-6'

48542 - $67.95 ea | 2 for $61.95 ea | 3 for $57.95 ea 6 for $54.95 ea

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1. Magnolia 'Butterflies'

PP#7,456. Considered one of the finest of all yellow Magnolias, it is a classic! Abundant 4 to 5-inch, rich yellow double flowers, appearing before the foliage, each sport 10 to 15 petals held upright like butterflies alighting on branches. Pollution tolerant, this tree makes a superb specimen, even in the urban landscape. 1-Gallon Container.

3. Magnolia 'Elizabeth'

Z 5-9 | mid/late spring | full sun/part shade | H: 15-20’, W: 10-15’

49509 - $54.95 ea | 2 for $49.95 ea | 3 for $45.95 ea | 6 for $43.95 ea

2. Magnolia 'Vulcan'

Ultra dark ruby-red blooms fully 10 to 12 inches wide begin blooming when this tree is quite young. The flowers are even darker in cool weather, adding drama to the spring landscape. Vigorous and quick-growing, this New Zealand introduction from renowned Magnolia expert Felix Jury boasts an open branched habit when young, becoming more rounded and dense with maturity. Very choice! 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | early/mid spring | full sun | H: 15', W: 10'

47781 - $69.95 ea | 2 for $62.95 ea | 3 for $59.95 ea | 6 for $55.95 ea

3. Magnolia 'Elizabeth'

All Magnolias are adaptable and vigorous, but ‘Elizabeth’ is the expert at handling temperature extremes! Surviving -20 degree Fahrenheit without injury, just months later it basks in 100+ degree heat and humidity. And in early spring, before the new foliage emerges, this lovely tree is dotted with bright, fragrant yellow blossoms from base to tip. This robust tree begins blooming at a very early age, and is easily pruned to desired shape — including a multi-trunk form for increased horizontal beauty, or even a compact size for container growth. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | early/mid spring | sun/part shade | H: 20-35', W: 12-20'

48564 - $49.95 ea | 2 for $44.95 ea | 3 for $42.95 ea | 6 for $39.95 ea

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Stately Landscape Accents!

Trees

1. Metasequoia glyptostroboides

A very graceful specimen conifer of universal beauty, Dawn Redwood is deciduous, extremely hardy and easy to grow. Hard-to-find, it was known only as a fossil until 1945, when living specimens were discovered in China. A rapid pyramidal grower, it bears soft, fresh green foliage that assumes a lovely subtle hue of apricot-gold in autumn. It is spectacular in the winter landscape when covered with snow or ice. Prefers a moist location, but is pollution tolerant. Award of Merit from the R.H.S. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | full sun | H: 70-100', W: 15-25'

47422 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Cedrus deodora 'Karl Fuchs'

Selected for its cold-hardiness but also valuable for its bright blue spring foliage and slender habit, this Himalayan Cedar is full and dense from a very young age. The blue tones remain into summer, creating a cool-toned look all season on a tree with excellent resistance to deer and drought. Introduced in Germany from seeds collected in the mountains near Kabul, Afghanistan. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | sun/part shade | H: 35', W: 15'

48561 - $37.95 ea | 2 for $34.95 ea | 3 for $32.95 ea | 6 for $30.95 ea

3. Nyssa sylvatica 'WildďŹ re'

A glorious selection of our native Blackgum, 'Wildfire' regales you with bold red spring foliage that turns dark green for summer before burnishing an even more fiery shade of scarlet for fall! Guaranteed to be the best tree in your landscape for fall color, it also bears quantities of small black fruit (beloved by wildlife) and interesting furrowed gray bark for winter interest. Good leafspot resistance. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | sun | H: 30-50', W: 20-30'

49390 - $44.95 ea | 2 for $42.95 ea | 3 for $39.95 ea | 6 for $35.95 ea

4. Salix caprea 'Pendula'

Simply without peer, this spectacular small weeping tree is the female form of the Kilmarnock Willow. Discovered on the banks of the River Ayr sometime before 1853, and introduced by Scottish nurseryman Thomas Lang, its pendulous branches are clothed in silky silver catkins that appear in early spring before the shiny foliage. The branches cascade gracefully right down to the ground around a slender trunk. Ideal for small gardens, its graceful form, foliage and flowers provide year-round interest. Best in moist to damp soil. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | mid spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 4-5'

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Trees 1. Buxus Sprinter™ New PPAF. cv. 'Bulthouse.' Glossy evergreen leaves glow year-round on this dense, compact, ultra-fast-growing evergreen. An improved 'Winter Gem,' this upright shrub demonstrates great hardiness. Deer-resistant and just the right size for containers as well as the garden. 4-Inch Pot.

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36037 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Thuja 'Siena Sunset' New PPAF. cv. 'Anniek.' Hardy to -40 degrees F and beautiful year-round, this dense, ultra-compact American Arborvitae regales with golden foliage that turns rich shades of bronze when the temperature drops. Forming a neat spherical shape that looks great in containers, this sun-lover is an improved selection of 'Rheingold' with native vigor. 4-Inch Pot. Z 3-7 | sun | H: 12-24", W: 24-30"

34019 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

3. Thuja North Pole™

PPAF, CBRAF. cv. 'Art Boe.' A columnar Arborvitae that resists winter burn beautifully, tolerates severe weather to -40 degrees F, and grows slowly and symmetrically, with a dense, lush habit. The perfect specimen or accent, it occupies little garden space yet makes an imposing figure. Evergreen and carefree, this North American native resists most pests and diseases and is very long-lived. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-7 | sun/part shade | H: 12-14', W: 5-7'

35991 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

4. Styrax japonica 'Fragrant Fountain'

PP#19,664. Absolutely essential for the partly shaded garden, this Japanese Snowball regales you with thousands of parachute-shaped white blooms—marvelously fragrant!—for 5 months or more. The dark green foliage turns rich gold before dropping in late autumn, and the weeping habit is ideal to grow over a wall, along a fence, or up a trellis. A sport of S. japonica 'Rosea,' it grows rapidly, powerfully fragrant and lush. 1-Gallon Container.

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49497 - $59.95 ea | 2 for $53.95 ea | 3 for $50.95 ea | 6 for $47.95 ea

5. Picea omorika 'Pendula Bruns'

An unforgettable specimen planting, this extremely narrow, spire-like Weeping Serbian Spruce offers fine-textured foliage of dark green with silvery undersides. Evergreen and growing 6 to 10 inches a year, this conifer sports a strong, single central leader with pendulous, twisted branches. New spring foliage is light green, and the bark, when visible, is smooth and brick-red. The 2007 Collectors' Conifer of the Year. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-7 | full sun | H: 6-8', W: 18-24"

48593 - $43.95 ea | 2 for $39.95 ea | 3 for 37.95 ea | 6 for $35.95 ea

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4. Styrax 'Fragrant Fountain'

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The Backbone of the Garden

Shrubs

1. Buddleia davidii Lo and Behold™ 'Blue Chip'

2. Buddleia davidii 'Attraction'

3. Azalea 'Golden Lights'

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Combining the best ornamental qualities of flowering perennials with the majesty and long life of trees, shrubs are the backbone of every successful garden. In addition to their foliage, many offer fragrant flowers, berries, spring and fall color changes, and even bright stems or bracts. Our cultivars are selected for garden-worthiness as well as exceptional beauty.

1. Buddleia davidii Lo and Behold™ 'Blue Chip'

PP#19,991. The first in the exciting new Lo & Behold™ series of miniature Buddleias introduced by the Raulston Arboretum, this mounding, well-branched plant reaches less than 2 feet high and wide, yet flowers continuously (rather than in waves) with no deadheading. Perfect for containers, groundcover, or border use, it sets almost no seeds, concentrating all its energy on flower production. The future of Buddleia is here! Cannot ship to OR. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early summer/mid fall | full sun | H: 20", W: 20"

4. Buddleia x 'Miss Molly'

48942 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

2. Buddleia davidii 'Attraction'

This is the reddest Butterfly Bush yet—and don't the hummingbirds know it, making a beeline (or should that be "hummerline"?) for the deliciously fragrant blooms. A magnificent shrub that adds color, fragrance, and wildlife to your sunny perennial garden for many weeks on end, 'Attraction' is an exciting and floriferous Buddleia. Cannot ship to OR. 1-Quart Container.

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PPAF. The color of sangria (and with some of that spicy-sweet scent, too!), these vibrant bloomspikes beckon to butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. A compact Butterfly Bush bred from 'Miss Ruby' x 'Attraction,' the flowers turn a richer shade of red in hot weather. A tireless bloomer! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | midsummer/frost | sun | H: 5', W: 5-6'

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PPAF. cv. 'Farrow.' This magnificent semi-evergreensilver and dark green variegated Azalea was discovered in Maryland and has taken the gardening world by storm! The big magenta-pink blooms are abundant on super-compact shrubs, while the leaves keep their variegation all season. Utterly unique and simply irresistible! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 18-24", W: 24-30"

36045 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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PP#19,935. Giant foot-long trusses of honey-scented lilac-blue fill the sunny garden on this spectacular new British Butterfly Bush. Later in the season the blooms are slightly smaller—"only" 8 to 10 inches long!—but every bit as abundant, encouraging butterflies and hummingbirds to call. This shrub is even interesting in spring, when the new foliage appears in shades of gray before turning green in summer. Fast growing, drought and heat tolerant, and utterly carefree, this is a fragrant delight every garden deserves. Cannot ship to OR. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-10 | mid summer/mid fall | full sun | H: 4-5', W: 6'

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47820 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea Bred in Minnesota for cold hardiness to -30° F, this deciduous highly floriferous shrub is covered in huge clusters of 1-inch golden-orange blooms in late spring, extending Azalea season by several weeks. In summer it is exceptionally mildew resistant, even in high humidity. And in fall its dense foliage turns all shades of bronzy-red! 1-Gallon Container.

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1. Calluna vulgaris 'Blazeaway' New The classic Scotch Heather for arresting autumn and winter color, this compact shrub begins the season with golden foliage tinged with orange and scarlet. As the temperature drops, the leaves blaze bright red, keeping their color all winter long! Lavender blooms complete the color show on this dense, spreading beauty. Prune back each spring for better branching, and don't worry about deer or drought on this widely adapted shrub. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late summer | sun/part shade | H: 12", W: 18"

36935 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

2. Calluna vulgaris 'Firefly' New Winner of the coveted Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticulture Society, this evergreen Heather is truly a four-season plant. Compact and naturally symmetrical with no pruning, it sets new foliage of chartreuse that matures to bright shades of orange and red in autumn, then stays brickred all winter. The leaves are tiny and profuse, topped by grape-purple blooms over a long summer season. Drought-tolerant, irresistible to butterflies and hummers, a spectacular cut-flower for fresh and dried arrangements—'Firefly' has it all! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-6| mid-/late summer | sun | H: 12-18", W: 18-24"

33346 $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

Double Take™ Chaenomeles!

PPAF. Chaenomeles speciosa hybrids. The Double Take™ series of Flowering Quinces features fully double blooms that open in early spring, before the foliage. As full and bright as Camellias, these exquisite 2-inch blooms stand out magnificently in the early-season garden. Compact shrubs set no fruit, expending all their energy on large, radiant flowers. Developed by NCSU Extension Service, these are the brightest, most beautiful Chaenomeles cultivars we have ever grown. All are in 1-Quart Containers. Z 5-9 | early spring | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

3. Chaenomeles 'Orange Storm' Bright Orange.

36035 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

4. Chaenomeles 'Scarlet Storm'

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36031 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

5. Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Longwood Blue'

Selected at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania for its upright growth, long bloomtime, heavy flower production, and superb silvery foliage, this classic variety is ideal for everything from a low hedge to a border, foundation, or container standout. The blooms are sky-blue, standing out brilliantly against richly aromatic foliage. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | midsummer/mid fall | sun/part shade | H: 18-24", W: 24"

46425 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

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Just when the garden is beginning to fade in late summer, the huge, deep rosy-red buds burst into bloom all over this easyto-grow, stress-resistant native shrub. Sweetly fragrant and very long-lasting, the blooms are followed by brilliant yellow fall foliage. Butterflies adore it, but pests and diseases don't come near! 1-Gallon Container.

This purple-leaved European Barberry offers three-season interest and an easy, adaptable nature. A cylindrical plant broader at the top than the base, this rare and choice selection grows 6 feet tall and 1 to 2 feet wide in 5 years, with yellow blooms in spring, followed by red fruits. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | spring |part shade | H: 6', W: 2'

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PP#13,082. The first golden-leafed Smoke Bush, it prefers poor, dry, rocky soil! Smoky pink blooms on long 8- to 10inch stems top the foliage in late spring and early summer, but the real show is in fall, when the entire shrub blazes coral, orange, and red! Tolerant of heat, humidity, and drought, it reaches 6 to 8 feet tall, 5 feet wide, or may be pruned smaller. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 5'

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A real conversation piece, discovered in England 150 years ago, with fantastically twisted and almost corkscrew-like branches. These resemble the famed, twisted and gnarled walking stick of the old-time Scots comedian, Harry Lauder. Plant it where you can enjoy its curious silhouette against the winter snow for a real landscape highlight. A favorite for flower arrangers, too. Slow growing and carefree, it grows to 8 to 10 feet in either sun or shade. A hard-to-find specimen plant. Own root plants—no suckering. Cannot ship to OR. 1-Gallon Container.

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‘Profusion’ is one of the most outstanding of all fruiting shrubs! Dense cymes of small lavender flowers bloom by the thousands in late summer. The blooms are followed by masses of spectacular violet-purple berries which can last until Christmas. ‘Profusion’ grows 8 to 10 feet tall with slender, erect branches. A wonderful source of color for winter arrangements, this is a specially selected (and hard-to-find!) clone from Europe. This vigorous shrub flourishes in sun or light shade. Once established, prune every spring, as it flowers on new growth. 1-Quart Container.

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1. Daphne odora 'Zuiko Nishiki'

Marvelously fragrant pink and white blooms open in clusters from dark rosy-pink buds on this Japanese selection of Winter Daphne. Banked by glossy dark green foliage that remains evergreen, the flowers perfume the late winter garden. This cultivar is upright and more vigorous than many others. Should be in every southern garden! 1-Gallon Container. Z 7-9 | late winter | part shade | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

48251 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

2. Daphne odora 'Maejima'

The most dramatically variegated Daphne yet is this semi-dwarf Japanese selection. Each deep green leaf is generously outlined in cream to yellow. Clusters of deep carmine-pink blooms are unbelievably profuse and fragrant. Tolerant of drought and unappetizing to deer, this winter bloomer is a glorious addition to the border or foundation. 1-Quart Container. Z 7-10 | late winter | sun/part shade | H: 4', W: 4'

49256 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

3. Edgeworthia chrysantha 'Red Dragon'

Rare and very choice, this Japanese cultivar offers fragrant, brilliant orange blooms in round clusters the size of golf balls, arising at the tips of bare branches before the new foliage in spring. Compact and rounded, this very slow-growing shrub sets long, elegant dark green foliage in whorls at the tips of each stout branch. Superb as a specimen in garden or container, it thrives in moist, well-drained soil. 1-Quart Container. Z 7-9 | early spring | sun/part shade | H: 5-6', W: 5-6'

48453 - $ $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

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4. Daphne x susannae 'Lawrence Crocker'

A miniature jewel for the shade garden or your finest container, this semi-evergreen beauty flowers very, very heavily in late spring, then repeats all summer long. The blooms are a rich mauve, quite long-lasting, and glow above glossy deep green foliage. Give this slow grower excellent drainage, and it will repay you with decades of color! 1-Gallon Container. Z 6-10 | late spring/late summer | part shade | H: 10-12", W: 10-12"

41536 - $39.95 ea | 2 for $35.95 ea | 3 for $33.95 ea | 6 for $31.95 ea

5. Exochorda Snow Day™ Blizzard

New PPAF. A late-spring snowstorm of big, pure white blooms covers this easy-care shrub, dazzling any setting with weeks of fresh, gleaming color. This new selection has flowers nearly double the size of older varieties, and its habit is wonderfully versatile. Prune it to train as a small tree, or let it go and enjoy its multi-stemmed shrubby habit. Adaptable to most soil types, it's a carefree pleasure in the border or as a specimen. 4-Inch Pot. Z 4-8 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 5-6', W: 5-6'

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Shrubs

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1. Euonymus alata Unforgettable Fire® New PP#21,634. (cv. 'Hayman.') The most brilliantly colored yet, thanks to smaller leaves, more extensive branching, and a rapid, dense growth habit. Remaining compact, this deciduous shrub sports dark green leaves that turn an indescribably bright shade of fuchsia-red for many weeks in autumn. Adaptable to most soils, it requires only good drainage and an annual late winter prune. 4-Inch pot.

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New PPAF. Don't sacrifice a single bloom for a more compact habit! Very tightly branched, this newcomer sets fully double white flowers 2 inches wide over a long season, fabulously fragrant. The glossy forest-green foliage is evergreen and the habit is neatly rounded. 1-Gallon Container.

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3-inch blooms are simply dazzling, with a white base overlaid with light pink blushing at the edges and dramatic carmine-red markings at the base of every petal! The blooms arise all summer long on tough, heat, drought, and even pollution-tolerant shrubs that will reach 8 feet tall and 5 feet wide if unpruned! 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | summer | sun/part shade | H: 8', W: 5'

48611 - $22.95 ea | 3 for $19.95 ea | 6 for $18.95 ea

2. Genista lydia Bangle®

(cv. 'Select.') This neatly mounded, low-growing shrub is absolutely covered with brilliant yellow blooms for up to 6 weeks, far exceeding the performance of the species. Borne on slender, upright green stems that are nearly leafless, these abundant flowers transform any setting with their radiance. Bred by Dick Punnett of Michigan, it is heat- and drought-tolerant, adaptable to many soils, and unappealing to deer. Attractive in containers as well as mass plantings, rock gardens, and the border. 4-Inch Pot.

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Z 4-9 | mid-/late spring | sun | H: 2', W: 2'

41035 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

3. Hibiscus syriacus Fiji™

(cv. 'Minispot.') Surround yourself with the soft colors of an exotic sunset. This lovely, trouble-free Rose of Sharon is as beautiful as its name suggests, bursting forth in midsummer with pink, semi-double flowers. The buds are medium pink but fade to a softer hue once open, while a deep reddish-purple center adds dramatic highlights. Superb as a hedge, screen, or back-of-the-border standout, it's ready to bloom abundantly for years to come. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | mid-summer | full sun | H: 4-7', W: 5-8'

48695 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

4. Hibiscus syriacus 'Full Blast'

PPAF. cv. 'Rosi.' Sporting the largest flowers we've ever seen on a Rose of Sharon, this quick-growing, ultravigorous shrub earns its name by adding nearly 3 feet of growth in a single season! The huge lavender blooms are showstopping, backed by lush deep green foliage. Grow this dynamo as a multi-stemmed shrub or train it into a small tree; it is left alone by deer, frequented by butterflies, and admired by all. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early summer/early fall | sun | H: 8-10', W: 8-10'

35990 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

5. Heptacodium miconioides

(Syn. H. jasminoides.) Seven Sons Flower delights with sweetly fragrant white blooms, fruits surrounded by reddish-purple calyces, and foliage that turns shades of violet in autumn. A quick grower, it thrives in sun or shade (though best color is found in sun), and offers peeling bark that is white when young, rich brown at maturity. Truly an all-season marvel! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late summer/mid-fall | sun/part shade | H: 15', W: 10'

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1. Hydrangea macrophylla Cityline® 'Mars' New Big mopheads of brilliant magenta or blue (depending on soil pH) and white last a long, long time, aging to green on this super-compact shrub! A reversal of the usual pattern (green to pink or blue), these mopheads are full, beautifully formed, and supported by sturdy stems. Great mildew resistance makes this container or border choice successful even in very humid or rainy climates. Blooms on old wood. 1-Quart Container.

4. Hydrangea macrophylla Let's Dance® 'Moonlight' New PP#20,020. cv. 'Robert.' This free-flowering, reblooming mophead’s petals shade from pink or blue (depending on soil pH) at the edges to a halo of creamy white at the base. The blooms are held up on straight stems, never drooping. 1-Quart Container.

Z 5-9 | early summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 1-3', W: 3-4'

5. Hydrangea macrophylla 'Blushing Bride'

36048 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

2. Hydrangea macrophylla Let's Dance® 'Big Easy' New

(H. macrophylla ‘Berner’; PPAF) This reliable rebloomer sets exceptionally large, mophead blooms from midsummer to early fall. Perhaps the biggest of any mophead, these flowers change from pink/green to pink, and often back to green! The colors range from rich pink to blue, depending on pH level. 1-Quart Container.

Z 5-9 | midsummer-early fall | sun-part shade | H-2-3’, W-2-3’

36040 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

3. Hydrangea paniculata 'Fire and Ice' New

PPAF. cv. 'Wim's Red.' Long, plump wands emerge creamy-white on this lovely shrub, only to turn pink by midsummer and a rich magenta-red in autumn. Gorgeous for fresh or dried cutflowers, they transform the shade border or foundation with ever-changing beauty. Needs no pruning, but if you want to shape it, do so in late summer to fall; it blooms on old wood. 4-Inch Pot. Z 3-8 | early summer/late fall | full sun/part sun | H: 3-5', W: 3-4'

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3. Hydrangea macrophylla Twist-n-Shout®

PP#20,176. (cv. 'PIIHM-1'.) The first lacecap cultivar in the amazing Endless Summer® series of reblooming Hydrangeas, Twist-n-Shout® offers masses of handsome deep pink fertile flowers encircled by bright pink or blue florets. Arising on strong, eye-catching pinkish-red stems, the blooms repeat reliably well into fall, standing out above glossy foliage that turns from green to orange, rosy-red, and finally maroon in autumn. Compact enough for containers and breathtaking as a specimen or in the border, this Dirr introduction is a cross of 'Penny Mac' x 'Lady in Red'. Absolutely essential for the serious gardener. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | early summer/fall | part shade | H: 3-5', W: 3-5'

PP#20,670. (cv. ‘RENhy.’) Enormous pointed flowerheads open a creamy shade of white on this relative of the famous PeeGee Hydrangea. Within a week or two they have turned pink, and eventually mature to deep raspberry. New flowers set continuously for many weeks, so all shades are present at once on this well-branched, vigorous shrub. A French introduction, it begins the season with an upright habit, gradually cascading as the blooms grow longer and more numerous. 1-Gallon Container.

48869 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

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Z 5-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 36-60", W: 36-48"

48698 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

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4. Hydrangea macrophylla 'All Summer Beauty'

Most Hydrangeas offer only a month or so of magnificent blooms, but this compact variety keeps the flowers coming all summer long. Pink in alkaline soils, blue in acidic, these giant bloomheads make excellent cuts for fresh or dried arrangements. 2-Quart Container.

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1. Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball®

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1. Hydrangea arborescens Incrediball®

PPAF, CBRAF. (cv. 'Abetwo'.) Each inflorescence on this stunning new introduction boasts up to 4 times the flowers of 'Annabelle', from which it is descended. The result is a flowerhead at least a foot wide, absolutely packed with cream to ivory flowers. Bred for sturdier stems (the huge blooms were a happy accident), these massive flowerheads will not flop. Compact and very well-branched, Incrediball® is an absolute necessity for garden and vase. 2-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 5', W: 4-5'

48376 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

3. Hydrangea arborescens 'Annabelle'

One of the most beloved shrubs grown in American gardens, 'Annabelle' is a terrifically floriferous white mophead that just keeps getting better as the season continues! At first the white "snowballs" are "just" 8 or 9 inches across, but as the season progresses, they reach a full foot wide and nicely rounded! This Hydrangea is also one of the few suitable for northern gardens—it was discovered in Anna, Illinois, and it's never looked back, blooming reliably over a long summer season. Heat and humidity tolerant. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | all summer | part shade | H: 4-5', W: 4-5'

33571 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

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PPAF, CBRAF. (cv. 'NCHA1'.) The most important breakthrough in Hydrangea for a decade, this pink-flowered H. arborescens cultivar blooms from summer through fall, is hardy even in the far north, and once established, can cover itself with numerous large bloom heads every season. Six to 8 inches wide, these mophead blooms open a dark, rosy pink and mature to bright pink, making long-lasting fresh or dried cutflowers as well as garden standouts. In autumn, the foliage turns buttery yellow. And in support of other invincible spirits, $1 of every sale of this Hydrangea is donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 1-Quart Container.

PP#21,227. (cv. 'PIIHA-I'.) From the Endless Summer® series of reblooming Hydrangeas comes this astonishing magenta-pink cultivar. A selection of our native H. arborescens, Bella Anna™ sets abundant inflorescences on strong upright stems. The flowers are held well above the dark green foliage on upright, spreading plants. Developed by Dr. Michael Dirr, Bella Anna™ reblooms dependably into autumn. 1-Gallon Container.

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PP#4,458. Simply the best Oakleaf, many folks rate this as the #1 shrub for American gardens, and we're not going to say they’re wrong! Thriving in any exposure from deep shade to full sun, this 10 to 12-foot high and wide shrub is a beacon in the garden, exceptional in all seasons! Giant 12- to 15-inch white panicles of blooms emerge in summer, maturing to antique pink. The large, leathery, oak-like leaves are very tough, keeping ‘Snow Queen’ resistant to drying winds, heat, and humidity. In the fall it turns rich burgundy before dropping to reveal the peeling russet-brown bark of the branches! A simply fantastic shrub, it’s highly pest and disease resistant, too! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | midsummer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 10-12'

48983 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

3. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Sikes Dwarf'

Ideal for smaller gardens and containers, this compact, very well-branched dwarf selection of our native Oakleaf Hydrangea offers closely-set, upright arching foliage and large ivory-white bloomheads that gradually turn antique pink. Fall foliage is a blazing burgundy-red, and winter reveals peeling, furrowed bark. Both the flowers and the foliage are in proportion to the smaller size of this cultivar. A lovely year-round shrub, bred by Sarah Sikes of Alabama. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | mid/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

48587 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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2. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey'

2. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Little Honey'

PP#15,477. The yellow-leafed sport of renowned ‘Pee Wee’ is lovely in every season and just the right size for the patio, front yard, foundation, or even large containers! The new spring foliage is bright golden, and it keeps its color well into summer! Huge 6- to 8-inch bloom trusses of snowy white festoon it in midsummer, and with the first fall chill, the leaves AND the stems turn vivid scarlet! In our South Carolina garden, this color stays all winter! 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 4', W: 5-6'

46116 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

4. Hydrangea quercifolia 'Ruby Slippers'

There’s no place like home” when this exciting new dwarf Oakleaf Hydrangea is waiting in the garden! Developed by the National Arboretum from a hybrid of the classic H. ‘Snow Queen’ and dwarf ‘Pee Wee,’ it offers astonishing 9-inch inflorescences packed with florets that turn from white to pale pink and finally to rich ruby-red over their long summer season. Large oakleaf-shaped leaves turn from deep green to russet-mahogany in autumn, adding another season of glory to this petite shrub. Highly recommended for year-round appeal. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | early summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-6', W: 5'

49388 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

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PP#16,166. An exceptional cold-hardy Hydrangea bearing whopping two-toned white and pink flowers! The 12- to 16-inch long flowerheads emerge white, deepening to pink as they age, so that a pink-to-white gradient arises on every truss! The blooms continue to grow as the season progresses, held upright on striking red stems that refuse to droop. It begins blooming in midsummer, earlier than other selections, and its flowers remain striking well into cool weather. Best of all, it blooms reliably in rich pink tones regardless of cold, soil pH, or pruning. 2-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | midsummer/mid fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 6-8'

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PP#12,874. Is this a Hydrangea, or some spectacular new shrub come to sweep us off our feet?! Limelight™ is hardy through zone 4 in the north—astonishing in itself!— and very heavy-blooming, setting masses of 8-inch clusters that open lime-green, then mature through all shades of white, pink, and rose. As if this weren't enough, the big, showy leaves turn bright red in fall! Simply a must-have for all gardeners in its hardiness range! 2-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | midsummer/mid fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 6-8'

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3. Hydrangea macrophylla Endless Summer™

PP#15,298. ('Bailmer'.) Flowering all the way through Minnesota in the north, this amazing reblooming Hydrangea brings the beauty of huge, 8- to 10-inch mopheads to the north! Because it flowers on both old and new wood (repeating from early summer until fall), you're assured of a long season of color no matter how late your spring frosts last! Flowers will be pink or blue, depending on soil pH. Partial shade in the south, full sun farther north. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | early summer/fall | sun/part shade | H: 3-5', W: 3-5'

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Everything about this new National Arboretum introduction is ideal for the home garden. First, the size is much smaller and very dense, for a full, rounded, bushy look. Second, the huge 61/2” inflorescences are held up and out, above the foliage, and keep their position even after rain and wind. Third, the blooms open pure white, then turn a rich pink, so that many shades are present at once on the shrub. Fourth, the large oakleaf-shaped foliage turns from dark green to rich reddish mahogany in autumn. A spectacular all-season shrub for the front of the border, foundation, and accent plantings. Prune lightly immediately after flowering. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | early summer | sun/part shade | H: 3', W: 41/2'

33805 - $39.95 ea | 2 for $35.95 ea | 3 for $33.95 ea | 6 for $31.95 ea

2. Hydrangea Next Generation™ 'Pistachio' New PPAF. cv. 'Horwack.' The only one of its kind in the world, 'Pistachio' offers brilliant green, purple, red, and blue blooms, no two just alike! These big, rounded flowers arise on very compact plants, suitable for containers as well as the shade border. They rebloom freely, so even if a late frost nips back the first blooms, another round is on its way! Part of the Next Generation™ series, 'Pistachio' also boasts stronger flowering stems and better disease resistance. Highly recommended. 4-Inch Pot. Z 5-9 | late spring/late fall | part shade | H: 2-3', W: 3-5'

30415 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $17.95 ea

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Enjoy a wealth of attractive, deep blue, globe-shaped flowerheads all summer with ‘Nikko Blue’! This is the most reliable of the blue-flowered selections, with exceptionally large blooms that are consistently truer blue in a wide range of soils. Most striking color is achieved in acid earth. In neutral soil, both pink and blue flowers appear. ‘Nikko Blue’ reaches a mature height of 6 feet tall in just 3 to 4 years. Prune lightly immediately after flowering. 2-Quart Container.

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48950 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

4. Hydrangea paniculata Little Lime™

PPAF, CBRAF. (cv. 'Jane.') A dwarf form of the popular Limelight™, just one-third the size but boasting the same large, lovely lime-green blooms that turn vintage pink in autumn! Perfect for containers as well as the garden, it acquires reddish-purple foliage tints in autumn, demonstrates excellent cold hardiness, and even tolerates drought. Prune in late winter or early spring. 2-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | midsummer/late fall | sun/part shade | H: 3-5', W: 3-5'

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1. Kalmia latifolia 'Minuet'

One of the most beautiful Mountain Laurels, 'Minuet' is a slow-growing dwarf just perfect for small gardens and spacesaving settings, with brilliant cinnamon-and-white blooms that burst from big, showy pink buds! This native shrub is ideal for the border, as edging, and in the woodland garden. It forms a rounded plant, unbelievably floriferous in late spring. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 2-3', W: 3'

46612 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

2. Kalmia latifolia 'Sarah'

There is no such as a true red Mountain Laurel, but 'Sarah' comes close, with deep pink to watermelon-red blooms opening from bright cherry buds. Needing more sun than others, it flowers very heavily for a month or more. Cannot ship to WA. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-8 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

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3. Kalmia latifolia 'Olympic Fire'

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The dark red buds of 'Olympic Fire' open to pleasing pink blooms, making a sensational color contrast against the dark, evergreen foliage. The Mountain Laurel is considered by many to be the most beautiful flowering native shrub of eastern North America, and 'Olympic Fire' may be one of its best cultivars. Hybridized and selected by the late John Eichelser, noted Washington State breeder, this exciting clone has exceptionally glossy leaves and an excellent branching habit. 1-Gallon Container.

48456 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for 14.95 ea

Z 4-8 | late spring/early summer | part shade | H: 4-6', W: 4-6'

4. Kalmia latifolia 'Peppermint'

The early summer garden has no more delightful, festive shrub than bright ‘Peppermint,’ with huge trusses of maroon-striped white blooms standing out from fresh, bright green foliage. This easy-as-pie evergreen native is a favorite in any setting, and ‘Peppermint’ is particularly treasured for its compact habit and exceptionally large bloom clusters. 1-Quart Container.

5. Illicium floridanum 'Pink Frost'

PP#21,287. A splendid variegated selection of our native evergreen shrub, 'Pink Frost' sports creamy-edged leaves held up and out on bushy, well-branched plants. In spring the new foliage is tinted pink instead of cream, and in the cold fall weather the entire leaf turns pink, right down to its deep red stem! Maroon spring flowers complete the appeal of this fragrant, fuss-free shade lover. Drought-tolerant and unappetizing to deer. 1-Gallon Container. Z 6-9 | mid-/late spring | part shade | H: 6-10', W: 6-10'

48691 - $22.95 ea | 3 for $19.95 ea | 2 for $18.95 ea

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'Keepsake' begins with masses of 10-sided buds glowing like raspberry punch. They arise in 3- to 4-inch clusters that simply radiate color, putting the final spring bulbs to shame and ushering in the long season of summer color. The new spring foliage unfurls in bright reddish-bronze tones, adding some early color to the display. Very resistant to leafspot, the foliage remains dense, glossy, and unblemished, very plentiful on a wellbranched shrub. 'Keepsake' is the work of five generations of controlled crosses by master Kalmia breeder Dick Jaynes, and thrives in any well-drained soil (slightly acidic is best, but not required). Evergreen in mild areas. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late spring | part shade | H: 4', W: 3-4'

47104 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Kalmia latifolia 'Carol'

Enduringly popular, this lovely selection adorns itself with striking dark pink buds that open light pink to nearly white. Be prepared to take pictures when both stages are present at the same time, as it creates a lovely calico effect! Glossy, slightly twisted, leaf spot-resistant foliage grows densely to form a compact habit ideal for smaller gardens. Cannot ship to WA. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 31/2-5', W: 31/2-5'

48684 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

3. Kalmia latifolia 'Ostbo Red'

New Ideal for the border, foundation, woodland garden, or hedge, this beloved broadleaf evergreen sports blazing red buds that pop open to reveal soft pink blooms. Easy to care for, resistant to most pests and diseases, and low maintenance, all it asks is well-drained soil with a bit of shade. 1-Quart Container.

Z 4-9 | late spring | part shade | H: 4-6', W: 4-6'

36932 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

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4. Kalmia latifolia 'Pink Charm' New Begins Blooming at a Young Age! No need to wait several seasons for this large, floriferous Mountain Laurel to begin its show! Even from a young age, it sports masses of dark reddish-pink buds that burst open into candypink blooms, each boasting a thin halo of dark pink around the eye and a few scattered freckles. Evergreen and drought-tolerant, it is a joy for the shade garden. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 4-6', W: 4-6'

36931 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

5. Kalmia latifolia 'Pristine'

Selected from a natural population of Kalmia latifolia in Aiken, South Carolina, this compact Mountain Laurel sets broad clusters of small, crimped, near-white flowerbuds that open into pure white, chalice-shaped blooms. The lustrous, evergreen foliage is medium green when mature, while new shoots are yellow-green, providing year-round appeal. Being native to the eastern US, it is quite hardy and at home in the same environments as its relatives, Rhododendrons and Azaleas. Heat tolerant. Cannot ship to WA. 1-Gallon Container. Z 6-8 | late spring/mid-summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

48686 - $22.95 ea | 3 for $19.95 ea | 6 for $18.95 ea

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Razzle Dazzle® Series New Add a Little Razzle Dazzle® to Your Garden! (Lagerstroemia) The Razzle Dazzle® Collection of dwarf Crapemyrtles brings the beauty of this longblooming shrub into even the smallest garden spaces. Ultra-compact, these fast-growing shrubs stand up to drought and mildew, bloom repeatedly, and ask for little beyond sunshine, water, and deadheading. Enjoy season after season of color in garden and container with the Dazzles®! 1-Gallon Container.

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36943 - $39.95 ea | 2 for $35.95 ea | 3 for $33.95 ea | 6 for $31.95 ea

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PPAF. cv. 'PIILAG-II.' Brilliantly eye-catching, the rosy red blooms on this dwarf are a particularly intense shade.

H: 4-5', W: 4-5'

36942 - $39.95 ea | 2 for $35.95 ea | 3 for $33.95 ea | 6 for $31.95 ea

5. Leptodermis oblonga 'Baby Lilac Shrub' 5. Leptodermis oblonga 'Baby Lilac Shrub'

One-inch lavender flowers with a fragrance similar to Lilacs smother this compact shrub over a very long season. Needs no pruning, resists drought, and fits nicely into small spaces. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | late spring/mid-summer | sun | H: 12-18", W: 18-24"

48151 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

6. Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'

This deep blue variety is superbly fragrant and so bushy that it makes a fine hedge or edging as well as a standout in the herb garden! Very compact, uniform, and utterly beautiful, the plant flourishes in any well-drained, dry soil. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | full sun | H: 18", W: 18-24"

48468 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

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This variegated shrub greets spring with new foliage of bright crimson-red and large clusters of fragrant white blooms reminiscent of Lily-of-the-Valley. The maturing leaves turn pink with a silvery-white edge that remains as they become dark green. Very easy to grow, it tolerates any soil from sand to clay, and withstands drought. Protect it from strong winds and it will reward you with year-round beauty! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early spring | sun/part shade | H: 5', W: 5'

48971 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Pieris japonica 'Valley Rose'

Distinguished by its handsome and profuse two-tone rosy-pink blooms held in cascading inflorescences, 'Valley Rose' is an outstanding performer. The flowers mature from deep rose to pink and white, enhanced by new bronze foliage for several weeks before turning deep green. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-7 | early spring | part/full shade | H: 6-8', W: 3-5'

48976 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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4. Rhododendron 'Abbey’s Re-View'

Big trusses of bright lavender-pink blooms clothe this broadleaf evergreen in both spring and fall! Far more heat tolerant than its famous parent, ‘Abbey’s Re-View’ is well- branched and densely covered with glossy dark green foliage, making it an excellent choice for a hedge or privacy screen. Free of pests and disease, it is vigorous and healthy, reaching 6 to 8 feet high and wide. Developed by Roger Flotta of Georgia. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | early spring/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 6-8'

48547 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

5. Rhododendron x 'Lemon Lights'

One of the Northern Lights series of cold-hardy azaleas developed by the University of Minnesota, ‘Lemon Lights’ is fragrant and very floriferous, with bold purple fall foliage in addition to its lavish mid-spring bloom. The flowers arise before the narrow green foliage appears, adding to their ornamental beauty. Upright, rounded, and deciduous, this slow grower reaches 5 feet high and wide, and boasts a bud hardiness of -30 to -45°F. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | mid-spring | sun/part shade | H: 5', W: 5'

48974 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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1. Rhododendron 'Tangerine Delight' New

Simply the best orange-flowered hybrid of native species, this deciduous Azalea delights with brilliant blooms carried in generous clusters. Bred from Knaphill hybrids crossed with R. calendulaceum, this fast-growing shrub is very adaptable to environmental stresses. Certain to become the focal point of any landscape. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | mid-spring | part shade | H: 10', W: 6-8'

32058 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

2. Rhododendron 'Ingrid Mehlquist'

2. Rhododendron 'Ingrid Mehlquist'

3. Rhododendron 'Northern Hi-Lights'

A deciduous Azalea with sweetly fragrant butter-and-sugar blooms in late spring, this handsome shrub was developed by the University of Minnesota Landscape Arboretum as part of the Northern Lights series. Flower- and bud-hardy to -30 degrees F, it is dense and rounded, 4 to 5 feet high and 5 feet wide, a slow grower that boasts Exbury ancestry. Glossy, mildew-resistant dark green foliage turns reddish burgundy in autumn, adding another season of glory to its display. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-7 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 5'

48978 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

From a very young age, this ultra-hardy, compact cultivar offers big blooms in great trusses! Fat pink buds open to white blooms delicately veined in blush-pink and sporting a shell-pink throat. Thanks to its R. yakushimanum parentage, 'Ingrid Mehlquist' forms a dense, dome-shaped, well-branched plant that slowly grows 3 feet tall and wide without sprawling. Deep green foliage frames the blooms and adds to the ornamental appeal. Best performance is in light shade; afternoon sun should be avoided, particularly in Southern climates. Cannot ship to WA. 1-Gallon Container.

4. Rhododendron cinnabarinum

Z 4-8 | late spring | part shade | H: 36", W: 36"

Z 7-9 | late spring | part shade | H: 3-5', W: 3-5'

46051 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

49266 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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One of the most beautiful and robust of the selections resulting from crossing R. Yakushimanum with our native R. Catawbiense, it is hardy to at least 251/2 F. Dense clusters of stunning white flowers open in late spring from luscious pink buds. Cannot ship to WA. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 4-5'

47495 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea | 6 for $22.95 ea

3. Rhododendron 'Golden Torch'

New Rich, soft tones of primrose-yellow and shell-pink saturate these blooms, which arise in large clusters from salmon-pink buds. Banked by handsome matte green foliage, the flowers last a month, maturing to palest cream with flushes of yellow. Bred by master British plantsman Waterer more than 40 years ago, this Yakushimanum selection received the coveted Award of Garden Merit and is a favorite for border, foundation, mass planting, and even container. Highly recommended. Z 7-9 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 3', W: 3'

36936 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

2. Rhododendron 'Capistrano'

The best yellow Rhododendron, grown by renowned breeder Dr. David Leach and very disease- and pest-resistant in addition to all its other merits! The blooms arise in rounded 6- to 9-inch trusses in midseason, banked by dark green foliage and quite frilly. Compact and spreading, this shrub is extremely vigorous. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-8 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 5-6'

47436 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

4. Rhododendron 'Polarnacht'

Living up to the German roots of its name, this unique shrub's flower buds are almost as dark as night. Once open, the deep purple, ruffled blooms are set artistically against the clean, dark green, evergreen foliage. This disease-resistant beauty matures into a compact habit twice as wide as it is high. Combine rich color with ease of care, and you have a variety certain to be popular with both seasoned Rhododendron growers and newcomers alike. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 3', W: 6'

49147 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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1. Rhododendron 'Sapporo'

2. Rhododendron yakushimanum 'Yaku Prince'

Z 5-8 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 4', W: 5'

Z 5-8 | late spring | part/full shade | H: 3', W: 4'

49262 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

48637 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea | 6 for $22.95 ea

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'Sapporo' is a cross between R. 'Hachmann's Diadem' and R. 'Hyperion', and is one of Hans Hachmann's favorite creations! Handsome both in flower and foliage, in mid- to late May its large trusses bear blossoms of pale lavender that age to pure white, each sporting a purplish-red blotch. Open woodland conditions are ideal for this Rhododendron. Very healthy, strong, and hardier than most broad-leaved cultivars. It forms a rounded bush 4 feet high and 5 feet wide in 10 years. 1-Quart Container.

Big, fat pink buds open to appleblossom-pink blooms on this splendid Tony Shammarello hybrid! Blooming in May, 'Yaku Prince' is a small shrub, but its blooms are very profuse and long-lasting. Extra hardy, this shrub will grow in full sun but really excels in partial shade, with leathery foliage and long-lasting blooms that lighten to pure white as they mature. Especially valuable for today's smaller gardens. Cannot ship to WA. 1-Gallon Container.

Z 3-8 | mid/late spring | full sun | H: 12-15', W: 15'

Z 6-9 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 3', W: 3'

46755 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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1. Syringa vulgaris 'Sensation'

The fragrant picotee Lilac, the only one of its kind in the world! This splendid shrub sets masses of fat wine-red blossoms, each petal edged in crisp white. The blooms are borne in big clusters along lengthy trusses, almost weighing the branches down in their bounty. Best of all, the blooms have a silvery luster that is really eye-catching! 'Sensation' is ideal as a front-yard specimen. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-7 | mid/late spring | full sun | H: 6-12', W: 8-15'

47566 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

3. Syringa Tinkerbelle®

PP#12,294. (Syn. 'Bailbelle.') The burgundy buds on this dwarf are almost as showy as the deep pink blooms! From mid to late spring (in the first wave of Lilacs), this shrub is bedecked with fragrant blossoms in showy 3-inch clusters. Resistant to powdery mildew, it succeeds in gardens where other Lilacs have failed! Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-7 | mid/late spring | full sun | H: 4-6', W: 4-6'

46019 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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2. Syringa vulgaris Burgundy Queen™ New (cv. 'LECburg.') This French hybrid blooms a bit earlier and grows a bit taller than others, delighting with its vibrant single-flowered burgundy-red blooms. The flowers are held in large, conical clusters, very long-lasting and fabulously fragrant. Bred by L. E. Cooke, this is a distinctive and always dependable Lilac. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | mid-spring | sun | H: 8-10', W: 6-8'

32895 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

4. Syringa x meyeri 'Josee'

A reblooming dwarf Lilac, superbly mildew-resistant and hardy through zone 8 in the south! An outstanding performer, with highly fragrant 3- to 4-inch clusters of pinkishlavender blooms, arising very heavily in late spring and early summer, then intermittently through fall. You never know when you'll have an "out of season" bouquet of Lilacs with this vigorous little tree and the bounty is always so welcome! Quite compact, it's suitable for containers, a low hedge, accent plantings, and the border. This hybrid is a cross of Korean, Littleleaf, and Meyer's Lilacs, and the results are astonishing! Cut or deadhead the first blooms promptly for heaviest rebloom. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late spring/mid-fall | full sun | H: 4-6', W: 6'

49931 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

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1. Syringa vulgaris x 'Primrose'

A Wayside Introduction from 1949, this award-winning yellow Lilac is very popular in Europe but hard to find in this country! The blooms are simply stunning, a pastel color that deepens and grows more intense with each passing year. The flowers bloom in midseason on very well-branched, compact shrubs 10 feet tall (at most) and 6 to 12 feet wide. 1-Quart Container.

47573 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Syringa x hyacinthiflora 'Sweetheart'

New A classic early-blooming Lilac that fares well in warmer climates, this 1953 Clarke introduction is among the most fragrant and beautiful of all. Deep maroon buds open to shell-pink double blooms that last and last, perfuming the garden. Flowering at least a week before S. vulgaris cultivars, it extends Lilac season magnificently! 1-Quart Container.

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Bred by the late, great Lilac expert Father John Fiala, this double-flowered white is powerfully fragrant and beautifully shaped, with a multi-stemmed, upright habit. The blooms open from creamy buds in late spring, missing the late frosts in most climates. Long-lasting and so sweet, they are ideal for cutting. Tolerant of urban pollution and attractive to butterflies, this shrub needs full sun to grow and bloom its best. Blue-green heart-shaped foliage and smooth gray bark complement the spring blooms. Deciduous. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container.

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PP#20,575. (cv 'Penda.') Bloomerang™ is a flower machine for 4 months or more every year! The heaviest flowering is in spring, when this compact, very well-branched shrub erupts in fragrant purply-pink bloom trusses, ideal for cutting yet irresistible in the garden as well. Then the flowers continue into summer, long past even the late-blooming lilacs, with color present on the shrub all the way until autumn. Cannot ship to AZ. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-7 | mid-spring/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 4'

48947 - $26.95 ea | 2 for $24.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea | 6 for $21.95 ea

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A selection of an East Asian native combining hardiness and hummingbird appeal with delicate, creamy-edged foliage and a neat habit. Select a spot free from competing plant roots and a well-drained, yet moisture retentive soil. Loves hot summers! The brilliant foliage on this shrub is truly exceptional. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-8 | late spring/mid-summer | sun/part shade | H: 4-6', W: 5-7'

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PPAF. (cv. 'Bokrasopin.') This remarkable reblooming Weigela needs no deadheading to keep setting brilliant rosy-pink flowers all the way to frost! A hummingbird's best friend, this compact shrub is unpalatable to deer and so easy to care for. Add nonstop color to the foundation, along the driveway, and through the border! 1-Quart Container.

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3. Viburnum 'Cardinal Candy'

PP#12,870. Linden Viburnum. Scarlet berries last into mid-winter—the perfect contrast to a snowy landscape! 5-inch cymes of creamy white blooms cover the plant in late spring. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-7 | late spring | full sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 4-5'

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4. Weigela florida 'Red Prince'

A fountain of red for weeks in late spring, then again in late summer! Unlike other red Weigela cultivars, its blooms won't "go purple" in the sun. Very hardy, it is an excellent selection, developed by Iowa State University. A proven performer! 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-8 | late spring/late summer | full sun | H: 5-6', W: 5-6'

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Roses

1. Rosa 'Pope John Paul II'

2. Rosa 'Peace'

1. Rosa 'Pope John Paul II'

PP#19,107. cv. 'JACsegra.' A nearly perfect white rose, symmetrical, full, and strongly scented with a citrus zest. This hybrid tea, a showpiece of the Vatican private garden, has received top ratings for its delightful fragrance, vigorous growth, superior disease resistance, and magnificent formed 5-inch blooms. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 41/2 - 5', W: 3-4'

32990 - $24.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

2. Rosa 'Peace'

The Rose of the 20th Century, Peace is a glorious buttery yellow suffused with pink, so richly colored that it should glow! The flowers are 51/2 to 6 inches wide, emerging from pointed buds and with a perfect highcentered form. Discovered in 1935, the unnamed Rose left Paris on the last flight before German occupation, and was given its name the day that Berlin fell. A thrilling story for a very heavy-blooming, absolutely unbeatable Rose! Bareroot. Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | sun | H: 4-6', W: 2-3'

28577 - $18.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

4. Rosa 'April in Paris'

PPAF. cv. 'JACprize.' Each petal a distinct masterpiece of “hand-painted� beauty! A rose like no other, the soft cream-and-pink coloring of these 41/2-inch blooms looks hand-painted, each brush stroke distinct. The flowers are very long-lasting in garden or vase, with a strong tea rose fragrance to complement their quiet beauty. 2-Quart Container.

5. Rosa 'Double Delight'

Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 5', W: 3-4'

cv. 'ANDelf.' Winner of the 1977 AARS medal, this hybrid tea is a striking bicolor with urn-shaped buds that open to 5-inch creamy white flowers brushed with deep red. Long, sturdy stems hold the flowers up over their long vase life, while in the garden the rich red tones refuse to fade. Vigorous and disease-resistant, it is a classic. Bareroot.

33013 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $17.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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3. Rosa 'Mister Lincoln'

Considered by many Rose growers the best pure red ever developed, this classic hybrid tea offers glowing maroon buds that open to velvety, high-centered blooms 31/2 to 4 inches across. The color won't fade out in summer heat, and the fragrance is magnificent! Bareroot. Z 5-9 | early summer/mid-fall | full sun | H: 4', W: 3'

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PP#3,234. cv: 'JACbloom.' This lovely hybrid tea is notable for its rich lilac color and powerful fragrance. Deep magenta buds slowly unfurl, lightening to soft lilac as the blooms open and release a strong, fruity fragrance with hints of sweet wine and raspberries. Up to 5 inches across in size and held on stems that reach up to 15 inches long, these blooms are as perfect for cutting as they are for supreme garden enjoyment! 2-Quart Container. Z 7-10 | all summer | sun | H: 4-6', W: 3-4'

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1. Rosa 'Sedona' New PPAF. cv. 'JACmcall.' Each high-centered bloom on this magnificent hybrid tea is exquisitely sculpted, slowly swirling open to release a heavenly, sweet pear fragrance distinctively different from any other scent in the rose garden. Exhibition quality, the blooms display stronger coral and pink tones in cooler climates and richer rose and red shades in the heat. 2-Quart Container.

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4. Rosa Eternal Flame™

PP#18,918. (cv. 'MEIfacul.') This splendid hybrid tea has it all: rich, powerful citrus fragrance; exhibition-quality flower form; heavy and perpetual bloom; excellent winter hardiness; and, best of all, superior blackspot resistance! Bred by Alain Meilland of the famous French rosebreeding family, this high-centered, perfectly sculpted beauty is a rose-lover's dream come true. Bareroot. Z 5-9 | late spring/late summer | sun | H: 5', W: 3-4'

36564 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

PP#14,915. cv. 'JACadnof.' Powerfully citrus-scented 5-inch roses of pure sunshine yellow dazzle in the garden and vase! This grandiflora is a stately presence, with long-stemmed blooms, dense branching, and vigorous growth. Irresistible! 2-Quart Container. Z 6-9 | all summer | sun | H: 5-6', W: 3-4'

30896 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $17.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea PP#15,115. cv: 'JACurnam.' These profoundly graceful, perfectly formed 5-inch blooms progress from light to apricot to a deeper shade, lending an elegant air and luminous color to the landscape all summer. Long stems and excellent keeping quality make this an ideal choice for the cutting garden. 2-Quart Container. Z 6-9 | late spring/late summer | sun | H: 5', W: 2-3'

33555 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $17.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

3. Rosa Disneyland®

3. Rosa Disneyland® New PP#15,114, cv. 'JACmouse.' The official rose of the Disneyland® Resort is this joyful Floribunda, sporting blooms of copper, apricot, orange, and pink. Subtle yet pleasing spicy fragrance. Disney©. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 28-32”, W: 20-24”

30754 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

6. Rosa Black Cherry™

PP#18,704. cv: 'JACreflo.' The old-fashioned damask scent of these 3- to 4-inch double red blooms wafts through the garden, reminding you of grandmother's roses. Opening from nearly black buds, the blooms are faderesistant and long-lasting on vigorous floribunda plants that rebloom tirelessly all season. Very disease-resistant, this is a low maintenance rose that always delights. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

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For nearly 200 years, rosarians have tried to breed the beautiful species Hulthemia persica with garden roses. Closely resembling a wild rose (to which it is almost certainly related), Hulthemia persica boasts a dark red spot at the base of each petal, and it is this spot that rose breeders wanted to hybridize. Thanks to the pioneering efforts of Harkness and others, breeder Jim Sproul has developed two breakthrough hybrid hulthemia roses, and we are honored to introduce them here. Welcome the Eyeconics™, perpetually blooming, self-cleaning, highly disease-resistant roses with "eyes"!

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1. Rosa 'Double Knockout'

3. Rosa Double Pink Knock Out®

PPAF. (cv. 'SPRolem.') Sunny yellow roses with a brilliant deep pink to red eye cover this ultra-vigorous, heavy-blooming floribunda over 3 seasons. Boasting a slight, sweet fragrance, these non-fading 4-inch flowers arise in groups of 3 to 5, standing out beautifully against glossy dark green foliage. They even self-clean! Bareroot. Z 6-9 | spring/frost | sun | H: 41/2', W: 41/2'

36567 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

6. Rosa Eyeconic Pink Lemonade™

PPAF. (cv. 'SPRolempink.') Compact, bushy, and simply overwhelmed with blooms for months, this ultra-vigorous shrub is a carefree addition to any garden. The 31/2-inch blooms open melon-pink with a red ring, maturing to shell pink with a purplish eye. Expect 5 flowers per stem, self-cleaning and simply irresistible. Bareroot. Z 6-9 | spring/frost | sun | H: 3', W: 3'

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The best rose for landscaping, this series is the absolute best for disease resistance and long bloom seasons. Knock Outs® are resistant to black spot, powdery mildew, rust, and more. The flowers keep coming from late spring until frost on compact, well-branched shrubs. Highly recommended for hedge, border, accent, or container.

1. Rosa Double Knock Out®

PP#16,202. cv. 'RADtko.' Double Knock Out® has a tighter, more compact habit, fully and semi-double 21/2-inch blooms in great numbers, terrific blackspot resistance, and a nonstop all-summer bloom schedule! It’s also resistant to Japanese Beetles, leafhoppers, and rose midge. Unbeatable for use in the landscape, it often keeps flowering right up until hard frost. The foliage turns deep burgundy for autumn, and bright orange-red hips keep the shrub glowing all winter. This double-flowered beauty comes from the same parents as Knock Out®, one of the greatest landscape roses of all time. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | all summer | sun | H: 3’, W: 3’

45318 - $26.95 ea | 2 for $24.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $21.95 ea

2. Rosa Knock Out®

PP#11,836. (cv. 'RADrazz.') Fire-engine red blooms with a Tea Rose fragrance and superb year-round interest make Knock Out® one of the finest landscaping Roses ever grown! The blooms continue from summer well into fall, followed by showy persimmon-orange hips that keep the color coming into winter! As if this weren't enough, the fall foliage is rich burgundy-violet! Knock Out® needs only 6 hours of sun a day, making it an excellent choice for the semi-shaded garden, where other Roses aren't happy. Good pest resistance and excellent heat, humidity, and drought tolerance! Never needs deadheading! 1-Gallon Container.

3. Rosa Double Pink Knock Out®

PP#15,070. (cv. 'RADcon.') The most floriferous of the famous Knock Out® series of blackspot-resistant shrub roses. It blooms in giant waves over 3 seasons, its 2" blooms self-cleaning so you never have to deadhead. Easy, beautiful, and resistant to mildew, Japanese beetles, and many other pests and diseases, it's a garden essential. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | late spring/late fall | sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 3-4'

45628 - $26.95 ea | 2 for $24.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $21.95 ea

4. Rosa Sunny Knock Out®

PP#18,562. (cv. 'RADsunny.') Held in small bouquets all over this large, well-branched shrub, the blooms reach 3 inches across. They open soft yellow and then mature through shades of cream and ivory to pure white, creating a lovely butter-and-sugar look on a fully blooming plant. Redolent of sweetbriar, this rose repeats in great flushes over 3 seasons, and boasts the same superb blackspot resistance and disease-fighting capability for which the Knock Outs® are famous. 1-Gallon Container.

5. Rosa Eyeconic Lemonade™

Z 4-9 | late spring/late fall | sun/part shade | H: 4-41/2', W: 3-4'

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Z 5-10 | late spring/early summer | sun | H: 21/2 - 3', W: 21/2 - 3''

33256 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

2. Rosa Bonica®

PP#5,105. Winner of the highest honor accorded a rose, this fabulously heavy- blooming shrub delights with shell-pink blooms redolent of fresh-cut apple on a compact, disease-resistant plant. Deadhead the spent flowers and new buds will arise, keeping this Meidiland introduction in bloom for months. Bright orange hips follow the blooms. Recipient of a 1987 AARS; named World's Favorite Rose in 1997 by the World Federation of Rose Societies. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | late spring/mid-fall | full sun | H: 3-5', W: 4'

45113 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

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3. Rosa Carefree Wonder™

PP#7,783. A 1991 winner of the All-America Rose Selection, and one of the least demanding Roses to grow, it blooms prolifically and maintains its neat, compact habit even if you don't have time to prune it. Carefree Wonder™ gives a showstopping performance of spectacular bloom from spring until frost. 4-inch semi-double blooms of gorgeous pink deepen with cooler weather, and the glossy green foliage and orange hips in fall and winter augment the glory of this easy-care Rose. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | late spring/mid-fall | full sun | H: 5', W: 4'

45019 - $18.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

4. Rosa Burgundy Iceberg®

PP#16,198. cv. 'PROse.' Large petal-packed clusters of 3- to 41/2-inch violet-burgudy blooms appear in great waves from late spring through summer. Redolant of sweet honey, the flowers stand up to heat and humidity beautifully, with darkest color in cooler weather. Bred in Australia, this rose is perfect for climates too extreme for many others, tirelessly setting new buds for your pleasure. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | late spring/late summer | sun | H: 21/2 - 5', W: 2-3'

33023 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

5. Rosa Sevillana™

PP#6,384. (cv. 'MEIgekanu.') Brilliant red color nearly year-round! Dense clusters of true-red blooms, each fully double and 3 inches across, arise continuously from spring till frost. When the blooms finally pass, they are followed by masses of rich scarlet fruit from fall into winter! Splendid as a hedge or mass planting. Bareroot.

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Z 5-9 | late spring/mid-fall | sun | H: 3-4', W: 2-3'

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Vigorous, Beautiful Climbing Roses!

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Festive in bright shades of gold, orange, and pink, the 4-inch blooms on this pillar rose release a light tea-rose scent into the garden. Excellent for cutting, they arise abundantly in large clusters over a long season on disease- and pest-resistant plants. This rose is best grown vertically rather than horizontally along a fence; it's canes are thick and rigid. Tolerates light shade very well. Bareroot.

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Wonderfully fragrant, this double-flowered climber is the standard by which all other reds are compared! Packed with deep red petals, the flowers measure 3 to 4 inches wide, their color growing darker in warm climates. Vigorous and dependable. Bareroot. Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 10-12', W: 8'

45103 - $18.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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2. Rosa 'Golden Showers'

The finest yellow climber we have ever grown, with huge, fragrant 6-inch blooms in bright daffodil shades! A great pillar Rose, 'Golden Showers' blooms reliably over a very long season. A top award-winner, it demonstrates excellent shade tolerance and disease resistance. Bareroot. Z 5-9 | late spring/mid-fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 4'

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A favorite ever since its 1868 introduction, this romantic, fantastically fragrant, oldfashioned climbing rose blooms in both spring and fall, with loose, semi-double blossoms of vivid cerise-carmine. Performs well in shade; excellent for north-facing walls and areas with limited sunlight. Rich, dark green foliage (coppery-purple when young), is very mildew resistant; canes are thornless. 2-Quart Container.

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This outstanding classic (introduced 1930) is the standard by which all repeat-flowering climbers are judged! Descended from the famous rambler 'Dr. W. Van Fleet,' it offers lush dark green foliage and abundant clusters of sweetly fragrant, 3- to 4-inch, longstemmed pearly-blush flowers. One of the most disease-resistant roses, it blooms continuously from early summer to frost! Bareroot.

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PP#10,283. cv. 'JACyelsh.' Yellow shrub roses are rare indeed, and this profusely flowering hedge variety is one of the best for color intensity on a compact habit. This floribunda offers big bouquets of double-flowered golden blooms that refuse to fade in the summer sun. Ideal for cutting, the blooms are long-lasting in the garden on vigorous plants. 2-Quart Container.

PP#9,115. cv. 'KORtemma.' Fabulously disease resistant and prepared to bloom nonstop all summer, this quick-spreading groundcover rose combines superb hardiness with spirited color. Bred by Kordes of Germany, it is quite cold-hardy and adaptable, offering masses of 21/2-inch fully double blooms of brightest red. Highly recommended. 2-Quart Container.

Z 6-9 | all summer | sun | H: 3-5', W: 3'

Z 4-9 | all summer | sun | H: 2 - 2 1/2', W: 5-7'

30510 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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PP#18,645. cv. 'JACshlav.' Wonderfully redolent of citrus, these petal-packed 3 2inch blooms arise in great flushes over a long season. Equally attractive for cutting or landscape use, they appear in large clusters on bushy shrubs from pointed ovoid buds. Superb disease resistance is the hallmark of this 2007 hedge rose. 2-Quart Container. 1/

Z 6-9 | all summer | sun | H: 4-5', W: 3'

33018 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

3. Double Red Simplicity®

Saturated with rich crimson tones, these exquisitely formed double blooms arise in big clusters on vigorous shrubs determined to flower all summer long. The latest in the renowned Simplicity® series of hedge roses, it is exceptionally resistant to mildew and rust, withstanding even hot, humid summers effortlessly. 2-Quart Container. Z 6-9 | all summer | sun | H: 3 - 31/2', W: 31/2'

33048 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

PP#4,089. cv. 'JACink.' A magnificent floribunda for landscape use, this is widely considered the first-ever hedge rose. Its bushy, well-branched habit is ideal for a hedge, screen, or back-of-the-border standout. The lightly fragrant double blooms simply cover it several times each summer, each 3 inches wide and packed with up to 18 petals. Descended form the famous R. 'Iceberg,' it is a tireless performer. 2-Quart Container. Z 6-9 | all summer | sun | H: 4-5', W: 3'

30513 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

6. 'Happy Chappy'

PP#19,646. cv. 'INTERhappy.' The most colorful prolific groundcover available anywhere! Small, intensely bright 1-inch blooms of orange, pink, and yellow cover this mounding, spreading plant throughout the entire season. Disease resistant and fussfree, it is great for mixed perennial borders, containers, and hanging baskets. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 2', W: 3'

30519 - $18.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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Extravagant displays of huge flowers in nearly every color (often repeating for an extended season) as well as adaptability, hardiness, and versatility rank Clematis as our favorite climber for American gardens. They never overwhelm their support, and make excellent companions to climbing Roses. Clematis prefer a rich, loose, well-drained soil that will permit a free run of the roots; it does best where its tops are in full sun, yet its roots are shaded (such as with low plants or mulch). Our plants are pruned and ready to set out. The roots must become established before top growth occurs, so it may take two or three seasons for them to reach their full magnificence. Clematis is divided into 3 groups for pruning purposes; see below for complete pruning instructions.

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PPAF. (cv. 'EVIpo038.') (Syn. 'Fairy Blue.') This exciting new Clematis combines unusual flower form with super long bloomtime to give you 5 months or more of glorious color! Huge, frilly pompon blooms, fully double and 4 to 5 inches wide, arise by the many dozen on compact plants, then repeat freely. Very vigorous and easy to grow, Crystal Fountain™ will soon reign in your sunny garden or best container! Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container.

5. Clematis montana var. rubens 'Odorata'

The rich vanilla scent of these blooms will make you hungry, and the sight of this massive vine in full bloom is almost an embarrassment of riches! Masses of 2-inch rosy-pink blooms appear in late spring and early summer, each forming an "X" around a small yellow eye. At the height of the season, the flowers are layered many deep, richly scenting the garden and dazzling the eye. Pruning Group I. 2-Quart Container.

Z 4-9 | late spring/early fall | full sun | H: 6', W: 3'

Z 6-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 30', W: 10'

49815 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

48738 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

2. Clematis armandii 'Apple Blossom'

6. Clematis 'Niobe'

Vanilla-scented spring blooms by the hundred usher in the Clematis season with this magnificent evergreen cultivar, which sets masses of 2-inch appleblossom-pink blooms from rosy-pink buds. Strongly scented of vanilla, they perfume the garden, remaining for weeks against bronzetinted new foliage. Recipient of the Award of Garden Merit, this classic selection offers 6-inch pointed foliage. Very fastgrowing, it prefers a bit of shade in all but the most northern locations. Pruning Group I. 1-Gallon Container.

Simply the best red Clematis we have ever grown, with deep, claret-colored blooms 4 inches across over a long season. A nice size for trellises, mailboxes, lampposts, and large containers. You must grow it to appreciate its smokyred brilliance! Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring/late summer | full sun | H: 8-12', W: 5'

44006 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

Z 6-9 | mid-spring/late spring | sun/part shade | H: 10-15', W: 5-8'

Z 6-9 | mid/late spring | sun/part shade | H: 10-25', W: 5-8'

48583 - $39.95 ea | 2 for $35.95 ea | 3 for $33.95 ea 6 for $31.95 ea

4. Clematis Diamantina™ PP#20,638. (cv. 'EVIpo39.') A Wayside Exclusive! Very full double pompons, 4 to 6 inches wide, cover this Raymond Evison introduction most heavily in early season, repeating intermittently in summer and autumn. The rich blue tones and are eye-catching in garden or container, and the flowers remain fresh for up to a month. An exceptional performer! Pruning Group II.

For Pruning, note the group number in the description of each variety. Group l. Blooms in the spring. Prune after blooms subside. Group lI. Blooms in early summer. In March, prune 6-8 inches to a strong pair of buds. Group III. Blooms during summer and fall Prune in March to 12 inches from the ground. Please Note. Clematis are often slow to break dormancy each spring. Be patient and allow them time to wake from their winter sleep!

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1. Clematis tangutica

Among the most vigorous and floriferous of Clematis, this Chinese species sets masses of 11/2-inch nodding, wide-open golden bells in midsummer. The flowers remain for months, followed by highly ornamental fluffy, silvery seedheads. Excellent for overhead structures such as arbors and walls. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | midsummer/early fall | full sun/part shade | H: 10-14', W: 4-5'

48772 - $26.95 ea | 2 for $24.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea | 6 for $21.95 ea

2. Clematis Avant-Garde™

PP#16,074. A whole new look for Clematis! Hundreds of 2-inch semidouble blooms arise all over this vigorous climber for months on end, each a striking combination of magenta-burgundy and lavender! The flowers resemble wrapped packages, with curled-under outer petals and a gleaming "bow" of inner petals! Easy to grow and eager to bloom, this is a great choice for new and seasoned gardeners alike! Pruning Group III. 2-Quart Container.

3. Clematis Josephine™

Z 4-9 | mid summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 10', W: 3-4'

48804 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea | 6 for $22.95 ea

3. Clematis Josephine™

PP#12,912. This Original Wayside Introduction is a study in fascinating color and form! Huge, 4 to 5-inch lilac-pink flowers open gradually from striking bronze petals brushed with green, creating a three-tiered effect. Then, as the outer petals drop, the flower acquires a pompon look. This floriferous beauty is also a strong, healthy grower boasting an all-summer bloom time. Josephine™ is a 1998 introduction from renowned Clematarian Raymond Evison and is ideal for a small garden or container. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 8-9', W: 2-3'

46279 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea | 6 for $22.95 ea

4. Clematis Franziska Marie®

PP#15,745. (cv. 'EVIpo008.') Giant rosettes of richest purple blanket this handsome vine for 4 months! Unlike many Clematis, which bloom in waves, this one offers nonstop flowers as beautiful as Roses. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container.

4. Clematis Franziska Marie®

5. Clematis 'Henryi'

Z 4-9 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 6-7', W: 3-4'

48726 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea | 6 for $22.95 ea

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5. Clematis 'Henryi' - A Classic!

A stunning variety that blooms all summer! 6 to 7-inch white flowers with long pointed sepals are accented by deep cream midrib and dark stamens. The young foliage displays a characteristic bronze color. Complementing any garden decor, it is a fantastic companion to Roses, and gleams among the warm-toned blooms of the perennial garden. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 6', W: 2-3'

48728 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea | 6 for $19.95 ea

6. Clematis Amethyst Beauty™ New (cv. 'EVIpo043.') The huge flowers on this Raymond J. Evison Clematis open a soft shade of light purple, then mature to a rich violet-blue. Fully 6 inches wide, with ruffled edges, they create a big impression even in a small space. This floriferous climber was introduced at the Hampton Court Flower Show in 2010 and immediately became a collectors' favorite. 31/2 Inch pot. Z 4-9 | summer | sun/part shade | H: 6-8', W: 2'

36029 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

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1. Clematis Rebecca™

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2. Clematis 'Kilian Donahue'

4. Clematis 'Duchess of Albany'

1. Clematis Rebecca™

Giant magenta-red blooms 5 to 7 inches wide simply cover this compact introduction twice a season! Very heavy-flowering, this large-flowered cultivar is a delight for container or garden. Outstanding source of fadeproof color. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring/late summer | full sun | H: 6-8', W: 2'

48744 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

2. Clematis 'Kilian Donahue'

The extraordinary color changes undergone by these giant 5-inch blooms make 'Kilian Donahue' one of the most dramatic Clematis cultivars ever developed. A very heavy bloomer all summer, its flowers mature to such different shades that a fully blooming plant looks like two Clematis cultivars delightfully intertwined! Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 8-10, W: 2-3'

48735 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

3. Clematis 'Multi Blue'

Best in light shade, this reliable repeat-bloomer sets masses of 3- to 4-inch blue flowers, each petal faintly striped in white and surrounding a central starburst. A very vigorous performer, it often keeps tossing up blooms in summer as well as its heavy early- and lateseason flushes. One of the very best double-flowering Clematis! Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | early/late summer | sun/part shade| H: 6-8', W: 3-4'

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Very vigorous, offering masses of 2-inch tulip-shaped blooms of brightest pink with a carmine bar striping every petal. Suitable for use as a groundcover or a climber. Pruning Group III. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | late summer/mid-fall | sun | H: 10-12', W: 2

43133 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

5. Clematis 'Blue Angel'

Silky sky-blue blooms up to 6 inches wide smother this climber in soft color over a long season. The petal edges are slightly darker and nicely piecrusted, while a lighter stripe bisects the center. Very floriferous, this multiple award-winner was introduced by Polish Clematarian Brother Stefan Franczak in 1992. Pruning Group III. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 8-12', W: 2'

48764 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

6. Clematis x durandii

Abundant 4- to 5-inch blooms of rich periwinkle with yellow centers blanket the foliage on this super-heavy bloomer! It blooms profusely all summer long, and has been delighting gardeners since its discovery in France in 1820. Pruning Group III. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | full sun | H: 6-10', W: 5'

48721 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

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1. Clematis 'Elsa Spath'

(Syn. 'Xerxes.') Winner of the Award of Garden Merit, this German 1891 introduction remains among the finest large-flowered Clematis, with 6- to 7-inch blooms of pure blue, maturing to mauve with a hint of pink. Appearing first in early to midsummer and again (somewhat smaller) in early fall, the flowers are very profuse on vigorous yet compact plants just 6 to 7 feet tall. White filaments with dark red anthers punctuate the center of each magnificent bloom. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | early summer/early fall | full sun/part shade | H: 6-7', W: 2-3'

48768 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for 21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

2. Clematis terniflora 'Sweet Autumn'

Fragrant, fragrant, fragrant! Clouds of deliciously-scented late-season white blooms festoon this immense vine. Very dependable and simply heavenly in full bloom, it sports silvery seedheads for late fall beauty! A favorite for many years, it must be grown to be believed. Pruning Group III. 2-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | late summer/mid-fall | full sun | H: 20-30', W: 6'

48749 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

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3. Clematis 'Nelly Moser'

Offering its merrily striped candy-pink blooms twice every year, 'Nelly Moser' is a tried and tested favorite! These blooms reach 7 to 9 inches wide, borne very freely. Best color is in part shade. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | summer/fall | sun/part shade | H: 8-10', W: 2'

48770 - $25.95 ea | 2 for $23.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea 6 for $20.95 ea

4. Clematis 'Jackmanii'

Z 4-8 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 12-20', W: 4-6'

48730 - $25.95 ea | 2 for $23.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea 6 for $20.95 ea

5. Clematis ‘Warsaw Nike’

Slightly curled, velvety petals of reddish violet add a new hue to the Clematis color palette! These 5- to 6-inch blooms arise twice a season, very handsomely offset by yellow anthers. Introduced in Poland by Brother Stefan Franczak, this award winner tolerates some shade and less fertile soils than most other Clematis cultivars. Pruning Group II.2-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | early summer/mid-fall | sun/part shade | H: 8-12', W: 2'

40144 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

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1. Clematis Fleuri™

2. Clematis viticella 'Venosa Violacea'

1. Clematis Fleuri™ New (cv. 'EVIpo042.') Free-flowering and richly toned, this dwarf climber from Raymond J. Evison's renowned Boulevard® Collection is ideal for containers. The deep purple blooms are striped in magenta down the center, and arise most heavily early in the season, continuing intermittently all summer. A lovely choice for small spaces, Fleuri™ is an exceptional performer. Pruning Group II. 31/2 Inch Pot.

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36032 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

48761 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

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48763 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

3. Clematis Bourbon™

PP#16,267. (cv. 'Evipo018.') This dwarf variety sports huge 5-inch single blooms of velvety dark red over many weeks. A stunning combination in any setting, they completely overtake this compact plant for months on end. Hardy to -20 degrees F, vigorous, and disease-resistant, this climber was designed for containers but also makes a splendid border plant to thread through open-habit shrubs and meander through low fences. Pruning Group II. 2-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | early/midsummer |sun/part shade | H: 6', W: 2' 43133

4. Clematis texensis 'Princess Diana'

A delightfully different Clematis, this charming rebloomer will quickly become the star of any setting! The dainty, upright blooms are shaped like Tulips, with a soft pinkto-white base and a darker pink stripe. Very abundantly borne, they blanket the garden first in mid- to late summer, then again in fall. Pruning Group III. 2-Quart Container.

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Ever since its 1883 introduction by renowned French nurseryman Lemoine, this shade-tolerant variety has delighted gardeners. Its 4-inch white blooms are heavily edged and veined in deepest violet-blue, arising profusely on robust plants. Pruning Group III. 2-Quart Container.

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4. Clematis texensis 'Princess Diana'

48765 - $25.95 ea | 2 for $23.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea 6 for $20.95 ea

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48713 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

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1. Clematis Empress™ New PP#16,072. (cv. 'EVIpo011.') This exciting Clematis from master British Clematarian Raymond J. Evison combines unusual flower form with super long, heavy season of bloom. Expect a full 5 months or more of glorious pink double blooms that look like a single Clematis with a pompon sitting on top! Very vigorous and easy to grow, Empress™ will soon reign in your sunny garden! Pruning Group II. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 4-9 | late spring/early fall | full sun | H: 6', W: 3'

32278 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

2. Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris

A deciduous climbing Hydrangea that needs no support, it climbs any vertical structure or rambles across the ground. Quite large at maturity, it offers masses of white blooms plus attractive exfoliating bark in winter. Very showy and easy once established! 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-8 | midsummer | sun/part shade H: 60-80', W: 10-12'

46965 - $24.95 ea | 2 for $22.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea 6 for $19.95 ea

3. Clematis Anna-Louise™ New PP#9,362. (cv. 'EVIthree.') Reaching up to 6 inches wide, the brilliantly colored flowers on this reblooming Clematis stand out even from across the garden. They arise first in late spring, then rest during the warmest months and reappear as summer turns to fall. The combination of shimmering violet and bright red-purple is spectacular! A Raymond J. Evison introduction from England, Anna-Louise™ is superb for the trellis, mailbox, lamppost, or threaded through a climbing Rose! Pruning Group II. 31/2 Inch Pot.

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5. Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'

Much admired in Europe, this fine selection of the Late Dutch Honeysuckle impressed us tremendously at the Boskoop Trials in Holland. More compact and slower growing than the species (and much earlier blooming), it produces an immense bounty of fragrant flowers from early summer well into fall. The crimson buds open to creamy white, yellow and dark red flowers, followed by translucent red fruit. Probably the most beautiful climber in the genus, it is excellent grown on trees, pergolas or fences, and ideal for screening. 1-Gallon Container.

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47198 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

6. Clematis 'Fireworks' New

Reaching up to 8 inches wide and suffused with rich cerise stripes against a background of blue-mauve, the plentiful blooms on this Clematis really pop! They are both larger and more profuse during their first season of bloom, but reappear faithfully in late season for another flush of color. The offspring of beloved favorites 'Nelly Moser' x 'Maureen,' this British introduction received the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticulture Society. Vigorous, free-flowering, and beautiful! Pruning Group II. 31/2 Inch Pot.

3. Clematis Anna-LouiseTM

Z 4-8 | late spring/early summer & late summer/early fall | sun/ part shade | H: 8-12', W: 2'

43233 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

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Z 4-8 |late spring/early fall |sun/part shade | H: 8-10', W: 2'

36033 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

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4. Campsis radicans 'Flava'

One of the choicest blooming vines! Clusters of bright yellow flowers are lavishly produced all summer. A vigorous climber, it quickly covers walls, fences, and pergolas. Hardy and trouble-free in any sunny location, it bears masses of trumpet-shaped flowers all summer. Few plants are as colorful—or as beloved by hummingbirds. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | summer | full sun | H: 20-30'”, W: 4'

46624 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

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1. Lonicera x heckrottii 'Gold Flame'

Bicolored blooms of yellow and pink open in giant clusters from late spring into autumn, wafting their fragrance throughout the sunny or lightly shaded garden. This is a cross of L. sempervirens x L. americana, with twining vines that grow very quickly, with handsome semi-evergreen blue-green foliage. A magnet for hummingbirds, it sets pink buds and follows its blooms with bright red berries, attractive to fall and winter songbirds. Use it as a groundcover or climber in any soil and just about any location, including garden trouble spots. Excellent for espaliering, it is rarely troubled by deer, pests, or disease. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | late spring/late fall | full sun | H: 12-20', W: 3-6'

43109 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea | 6 for $22.95 ea

2. Lonicera x brownii Honeybelle™

New PP#20,939. (cv. 'Bailelle.') Masses of 3-inch, deep gold flowers clothe this twining vine in early summer, followed by steady reblooming well into fall. A branch mutation of 'Dropmore Scarlet,' it is compact, beautifully dense, and irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds. In autumn, a light crop of bright red berries dots the foliage, bringing in the songbirds. Hardy to -35 degrees F and very easy to grow, all it asks is plenty of sunshine and a sturdy support to climb. Once mature, it is tolerant of both dry and wet conditions. 1-Gallon Container.

Z 3-8 | early summer/mid-fall | sun | H: 10-20', W: 2'

32049 - $37.95 ea | 2 for $34.95 ea | 3 for $32.95 ea | 6 for $30.95 ea

3. Lonicera periclymenum 'Graham Thomas'

An exceptional selection of European Wild Woodbine, this spectacular climber was discovered in a hedgerow in Warwickshire, England, by renowned English horticulturist Graham Stuart Thomas. Of rapid growth, this eminently rewarding Lonicera boasts highly fragrant creamy white flowers without any trace of pink. They arise over an exceptionally long period during summer and fall. Pruning back in early summer will encourage even heavier rebloom. 1-Gallon Container.

4. Lonicera x italica 'Harlequin'

Give the cottage garden a snazzy update this season with these big, double blooms in all shades of red and rosy-pink! 31/2 to 4 inches wide, they arise several dozen per stalk on vigorous plants which display an irregular creamy-white margin. A sun-lover that thrives in poor soil, it is easy to grow and nearly rust-free. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | early summer | full sun | H: 8-10', W: 5-6"

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Boasting a much more restrained habit than most others, this glorious reblooming Honeysuckle offers thousands of 2-inch golden-yellow flowers in spring and early summer, then repeats all the way into fall! Irresistible to butterflies, the subtly fragrant blooms are followed by masses of vermilion berries that bring in songbirds. Evergreen south of zone 7, this native is even compact enough for containers. 1-Gallon container. Z 4-9 | mid-spring/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-10', W: 3-5'

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4. Hydrangea anomala ssp. petiolaris 'Mirranda'

Z 4-8 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 30-40', W: 6-9'

Z 4-8 | late spring | part/full shade | H: 30-50', W: 5-6'

49313 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea | 6 for $23.95 ea

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2. Wisteria macrostachya 'Blue Moon'

5. Vitis vinifera 'Flame Seedless' Red

Quickly cover trellises, fences, or walls with brilliant summer color! This trumpet vine adorns its deep green foliage with flamboyant, tubular flowers of a lovely orange-scarlet shade. Each bloom is 2 to 3 inches long with a 1-inch mouth. Borne in clusters of 4 to a dozen, they'll decorate your garden over a long midsummer season, bringing as much joy to the hummingbirds as to you! 1-Gallon Container.

Enjoy 3 seasons of bloom every summer with this remarkably cold-hardy native Kentucky Wisteria! First in early summer, then twice more before the autumn weather sets in, this 25-foot vine sets masses of 12-inch bloom clusters, marvelously fragrant and a foot long. Survives winters of -40°F without loss of bloom strength, and grows quickly and vigorously. Highly floriferous. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | summer | full sun | H: 30', W: 6-8'

48028 - $34.95 ea | 2 for $31.95 ea | 3 for $29.95 ea | 6 for $27.95 ea

3. Wisteria frutescens 'Amethyst Falls'

A striking variegated form of Climbing Hydrangea with dark green foliage irregularly edged in gold. Luscious 6-inch white flower heads adorn the vine in spring, and lovely reddish brown bark keeps this slow-grower attractive throughout winter. Provide morning sun to ensure vivid variegation, but avoid planting 'Mirranda' where it will be exposed to harsh afternoon sun. 1-Gallon Container.

New Large, juicy-sweet, seedless grapes with a unique spicy undertone are the hallmark of this gourmet dessert variety! The vines are exceptionally disease-resistant, withstanding not only the mildew of hot, humid southern and midwestern climates, but Phylloxera, the devastating disease that nearly destroyed Europe's grape crops. Masses of tiny white blooms give way to an abundant crop of early-maturing, thin-skinned, firm-fleshed fruit. Delicious and easy to grow in well-drained soil. 3-Inch Pot.

Z 6-9 | blooms in late spring, fruits from midsummer/fall | sun | H: 10-20', W: 2'

36933 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

Outstanding selection of our native North American climbing Wisteria. Compact 6-inch trusses are tightly packed in early summer with fragrant, deep lavender-blue flowers. It reblooms throughout summer. An ideal vine for covering walls, fences, and pergolas, it is less vigorous than its Asiatic cousins. The many attributes of ‘Amethyst Falls,’ which include its deer and drought tolerance and its disease-resistant foliage, earned it a Georgia Gold Medal in 2006. 2-Quart Container.

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Fruiting plants add so much to home or garden. Not only are they delicious, but they often sport attractive flowers, sweet scent, or appealing foliage. Many are "self-fertile," needing no pollinator, and all are long-lived.

1. Citrus limon 'Meyer Improved' 4. Schisandra chinensis 'Eastern Prince' 5. Apple Fruiting Pair Collection

4. Schisandra chinensis 'Eastern Prince'

This Five Flavor Berry bears small, highly fragrant, Magnolialike flowers that form into full clusters of crimson berries in autumn. With an intoxicating aroma and unique tart flavor, these berries make a delicious juice or jelly. This deciduous twining climber from the forests of Northern China and the Russian Far East has long been valued for both its fruit and its leaves, which make a refreshing tea. Vigorous, pest resistant, and self-fertile, it begins bearing fruit in about 3 years. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | early/late fall | sun/part shade | H: 10-12'

6. Avocado 'Don Gillogly'

48013 - $29.95 ea | 2 for 26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

Fragrant flowers, juicy fruit, evergreen foliage, and a size so compact you can grow it on an urban balcony—this lemon tree has it all! In mid-winter, the tree is covered with sweetscented white flowers, followed by armloads of thick-skinned, ultra-juicy fruit. Perfect for large containers in any sunny location. Just bring it indoors before first frost and enjoy as a winter houseplant! Prune to desired height. Cannot ship to AZ, CA, HI, FL, LA or TX. 1-Gallon Container.

Each of our columnar apples requires another variety to pollinate and produce fruit, so we sell them as a pair. Planted in close proximity, they will pollinate and produce fruit. These varieties are ideal for growing in containers, where they may be pruned to desired height. Cannot ship to CA or OR. Bareroot. Z 4-8 | early fall | full sun | H: 8-10', W: 1-3'

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PP#8,517. This gourmet treat combines the intense fragrance and flavor of an alpine strawberry with the heavy production of a garden strawberry! This day-neutral everbearer bears in cycles from late spring through summer, setting masses of bright red fruit the size of a hazelnut. The flavor combines tart, sweet, and musky components—absolutely delectable! Introduced in France as a hybrid of 4 varieties, it is ideal for strawberry jars and hanging baskets as well as the garden. Each Pack Contains 25 Bareroot Plants. Z 3-9 | spring | sun/part shade | H: 3-6", W: 12-15"

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Related to the tropical Cherimoya (Custard Apple), with huge leaves that look more at home in the jungle, this is actually an Eastern U.S. native, hardy to -25° F! A forest understory tree quite happy in shade, it also tolerates full sun. The fruits, weighing up to a pound each, are rich, sweet, and custardlike. Plant at least 2 for best fruiting. Trade Gallon. Z 4-9 | early summer | sun/part shade | H: 15-30', W: 10-15'

48262 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

6. Avocado 'Don Gillogly'

PP#11,057. Persea americana. Enjoy luscious tropical fruit year-round in your living room from this vigorous, evergreen dwarf! Fast growing and pest free, it bears up to 2 crops a year of richly flavored avocados. The fruit ripens year-round on this selfpollinating tree (though the first crop may take up to 3 years). Simple to keep pinched back to desired size, it is both attractive and productive. Comes with easy culture instructions. 1-Gallon Container. Z 9-11 | early/late spring | sun/part shade | H: 10-12', W: 12'

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A naturally dwarf variety perfect for containers! Self-fertile, it bears one crop in late July, another in late September, each yielding large, delicious fruit, dark maroon-black outside with juicy, rich red flesh inside. 1-Gallon Container. Z 7-10 | mid/late summer | full sun | H: 8-10', W:10'

48532 - $27.95 ea | 2 for $25.95 ea | 3 for $23.95 ea 6 for $22.95 ea

2. Vaccinium corymbosum 'Sunshine Blue'

This dwarf plant boasts attractive pink (not white!) flowers, an easy-care habit, and silvery evergreen leaves. Each plant offers 5 to 10 pounds of sweet, dime-sized berries. A self-pollinator with a low chill requirement, it is ideal for the south, though it thrives as far north as Chicago. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | early summer | full sun | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

48417 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

3. Pomegranate Favorite™

The hardiest Pomegranate we have ever grown is also one of the most delicious, with small, exceedingly sweet pale red fruit beginning just a season or two after planting. But its primary value may be ornamental, for its bright orange-scarlet blooms are abundant and lovely, continuing for several months on this compact, well-branched shrub. Untroubled by pests and diseases, this self-fertile shrub has survived temperatures below 10 degrees F without damage, and is worthy of a place of honor in the garden. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Gallon Container. Z 7-11 | early/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 4-6', W: 4-6'

48534 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

4. Actinidia arguta 'Issai'

The sweetest, most delicious kiwi we have ever tasted is this self-fertile miniature! The smooth-skinned fruit is 1 to 11/2 inches long, and fragrant 1-inch white blooms add another season of beauty. A twining climber, it needs no pollinator and is less vigorous than the species. 1-Gallon Container. Z 3-8 | early/late spring | sun/part shade | H: 12-20', W: 12-20'

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6. Vitis 'Glenora' Large, juicy-sweet, seedless grapes with a unique spicy undertone are the hallmark of this gourmet dessert variety! The vines are disease-resistant, withstanding not only the mildew of hot, humid southern and midwestern climates, but Phylloxera, the devastating disease that nearly destroyed Europe's grape crops. Masses of tiny white blooms give way to an abundant crop of early-maturing, thin-skinned, firm-fleshed fruit. Delicious and very easy in light, sandy soil and plenty of sunshine. 1-Gallon Container. Z 5-9 | late spring | full sun | H: 8-15', W:20'

48017 - $26.95 ea | 2 for $24.95 ea | 3 for $22.95 ea 6 for $21.95 ea

Honeyberry Collection Grow 2 or more Honeyberries together for best fruiting! This collection brings you 1 each of Blue Forest and Blue Velvet. Both are in 1-Gallon Container.

48004 - $29.95 ea | 2 for $26.95 ea | 3 for $25.95 ea 6 for $23.95 ea

30224 - $42.95 ea

5. Rubus x 'Apache'

Large, dark blue fruit and a spreading habit distinguish this dependable Honeyberry. 1-Gallon Container.

New PP#11,865. Upright and thornless, this University of Arkansas introduction remains a favorite for its generous yields of firm, juicy, ultra-sweet berries. White to pale pink flowers dot the shrub in late spring, followed by masses of conical, glossy dark purple to black fruits. Easy to harvest and always dependable. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | fruits in early summer | sun | H: 6', W: 2-3'

32894 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

2. Vaccinium corymbosum 'Sunshine Blue'

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7. Honeyberry Blue Forest™ Z 3-8 | early/late spring | full shade | H: 3', W: 2-3'

49966 - $24.95 ea | 3 for $21.95 ea

7. Honeyberry Blue Velvet™ Boasting a distinctive tart-sweet flavor, this variety sets extra-large mid-blue berries amid gray-green foliage. Very compact, it has a spreading habit. 1-Gallon Container. Z 3-8 | mid/late spring | full shade | H: 4-5', W: 3-4'

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Sun Perennials

Herbaceous Perennials

Herbaceous perennials live and bloom every year for long periods and, once established, require minimal care. Properly chosen, they provide multi-season color, combining well with annuals and shrubs in the border. Use them to edge ponds, walks, and driveways, or plant them around architectural features to add interest.

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1. Agapanthus 'Storm Cloud'

Without a doubt the richest and darkest of all, this seedling of 'Mood Indigo' sets magnificent violet-blue flowerheads atop tall, thick 3- to 4-foot black stems. The lush, evergreen bright green foliage (just 2 feet high) acquires rich purple and red tones in winter. Offer this plant good winter protection in colder climates. 1-Quart Container.

Achillea Seduction™Series

Bred in Holland and released by Blooms of Bressingham, these compact, free-flowering, long-blooming Yarrows have no equal! Deadhead the first blooms and new buds appear promptly on plants that attract butterflies and hummingbirds, stand up to drought, and make superb indoor arrangements. 1-Quart Container.

Z 7-10 | summer | sun/part shade | H: 4-5', W: 2-3'

Z 4-9 | early summer/early fall | sun | H: 24-30", W: 24-28"

49197 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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2. Agapanthus 'Black Pantha' New

Dark blue blooms completely cover rounded 6- to 8-inch flowerheads, presenting an entirely new hue for the Agapanthus family. Selected from the renowned 'Headbourne Hybrids,' this very free-flowering variety offers sturdy flower stems, narrow bright green leaves, and excellent holding power in the vase. A fine choice for the large container as well as the sunny garden, it remains neat and compact. 1-Quart Container.

Z 6-10 | mid-summer/early fall | full sun | H: 3', W: 2'

Much more sturdy and compact than older varieties, this super-floriferous Yarrow blooms steadily for months, covering its ferny foliage with large, flattopped clusters of lilac-pink. Terrific for cut flowers—fresh or dried—this aromatic sun-lover is also one of the best for heavy, uncooperative soils. Deadhead for even faster rebloom! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | mid-summer/mid-fall | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 20"

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Alcea rosea hybrids. We are honored to offer the new Spotlight series of single-flowered, brightly colored Hollyhocks in 4 brilliant shades. The result of nearly 20 years' breeding by the German seed company Jelitto, the Spotlights are tall, free-flowering plants with fade-proof blooms in stable, saturated colors. Superb for garden or vase, they add welcome height and color intensity to the Hollyhock garden. All are in 1-Quart Container.

3. Alcea rosea 'Old Barnyard Mix'

Z 3-9 | mid-summer | sun | H: 5-6', W: 2'

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2. Alcea 'Blacknight'

31533 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

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Alcea'Halo' Series New

Large, single, bicolored blooms open profusely on this tall, sturdy Hollyhock. Perfect for cutting, they measure 5 inches wide and sport bright hues. The showiest and heaviestblooming series yet! Includes Halo Cerise and Halo Blush.

Z 3-9 | mid/late summer | sun | H: 6', W: 11/2 - 2'

34008 - $27.90 Value | Only $24.95 ea

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Deep pink with rich purple halo. 1-Quart Container.

6. Alcea rosea 'Chater's Double Mix'

Deep purple to pure ebony.

3. Alcea rosea 'Old Barnyard Mix'

Custom-blended from a stand we found growing in an old barnyard in Vermont, this mix of 3- to 5-inch heirloom singles has a huge range of colors: pink, red, yellow, and dark maroon, plus pastels. These tall plants bloom all summer, then reseed for continued effect year after year. Buy in quantity for best color selection. 4-Inch Pot.

This mixture produces larger and more prolific blooms in a variety of colors: rose, pink, yellow, salmon, scarlet, maroon, and white. Outstanding as a mixed border background or planted along a tall fence, these hollyhocks happily reseed themselves. Buy in quantity for best color selection. 1-Quart Container. Z 2-8 | mid-summer/early fall | full sun | W: 6', W: 2'

48245 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

Z 3-9 | mid-summer | sun/part shade | H: 4-6', W: 2'

48095 - $7.95 ea | 3 for $6.95 ea | 6 for $6.50 ea

32334 - $13.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

5. Alcea rosea 'Halo Blush' New White with a fuchsia-red halo. 1-Quart Container. 32335 - $13.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

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Sun Perennials

1. Amsonia hubrichtii

Every season brings a new color show with this delightfully easy, hard-working American native plant. In late spring and early summer, masses of tiny, sky-blue blooms add cool tones to the sunny garden. In summer, the finely-cut, dark green foliage forms a rich backdrop for your showy annuals and perennials. And in fall, the leaves turn a blazing golden-yellow that rivals Japanese Maples for intensity and beauty! 4 Inch Pot. Z 5-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade H: 3', W: 4'

48387 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

2. Agastache 'Black Adder'

PPAF. Every sunny garden deserves this Hyssop, with its July-to-frost bloom strength, its rich peppermint/ licorice scent, and its easy care! Once established, this plant puts up with everything from drought to poor soil, and because it is sterile, it flowers far longer and more heavily than others. A butterfly and hummingbird magnet, it's ideal for containers, too. 4 Inch Pot. Z 6-9 | summer/fall | sun | H: 36", W: 30"

49789 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea 1. Amsonia hubrichtii

3. Amsonia 'Blue Ice'

An exceptional new long-blooming Blue Star with rich lavender-blue clusters of star-shaped flowers. Ideal for edging, it forms a vigorous, compact mound of narrow, dark green leaves. The foliage blazes golden yellow in the fall. Prefers sun to part sun, but will grow too leggy and fall over in deeper shade. Easy to grow and drought-tolerant. Selected from A. tabernaemontana; possibly a hybrid with A. montana. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | spring/summer | sun/part shade | H: 15", W: 24"

31538 - $11.95 ea | 3 for $10.95 ea | 6 for $9.95 ea

4. Agastache aurantiaca 'Apricot Sprite'

Strongly fragrant, 'Apricot Sprite' is a charming native perennial offering tiny tubular blooms of peachy apricot carried along tall, slender stems. Plant it closely among its neighbors in the sunny border and watch the bloomspikes mingle with nearby foliage, sharing both their scent and their color with less-fortunate perennials and shrubs. Very easy to grow in good garden soil kept moist all summer. It is left alone by deer and rabbits yet visited by hummingbirds and butterflies. 1-Quart Container.

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31537 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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Wayside's Glorious Anemones

Late-blooming perennials of stately grace and delicate charm, Windflowers offer saucer-shaped blooms, glossy foliage, and lovely companionship to other perennials, shrubs, and even evergreens. Note: All cultivars on this page are healthy, diseasefree plants propagated by tissue culture.

Japanese Anemone Collection

In this economical collection you receive 5 of the very best Anemone cultivars available anywhere: Pamina, Honorine Jobert, Queen Charlotte, Whirlwind, and Robustissima. Beautifully displaying the range of the Windflower family, these perennials add soft late-season color and texture to the border. 1-Quart Container.

34009 - $51.75 Value | Collection Price Only $47.95

1. Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert'

A Wayside customer favorite for many seasons now, this splendid

late summer to fall bloomer abounds with semi-double white blooms on 3- to 4-foot stems above low-growing foliage. Measuring 2 to 3 inches across, these elegant daisies have a ring of yellow at the base of the petals, surrounding a soft green eye! Fabulous for the vase, they are a welcome sight in the rather drab late-summer garden, and continue their show well into fall. 1-Quart Container.

Z 5-8 | late summer/fall | part shade | H: 36-48", W: 12-18"

48977 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

2. Anemone hupehensis var. japonica 'Pamina'

Overlapping rose-pink petals surround a delicate yellow center on this lovely Windflower. With a compact habit, a vigorous nature, and attractive, mounding foliage that beautifully accents the 2- to 3-inch flowers, this award-winning variety is sure to be a source of pride in perennial borders and woodland gardens or any other well-drained area that needs an infusion of charming color. 1-Quart Container.

1. Anemone x hybrida 'Honorine Jobert'

Z 5-8 | late summer/mid-fall | sun/part shade | H: 30-36", W: 24"

48964 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

3. Anemone tomentosa 'Robustissima'

(Syn. A. vitifolia.) The most adaptable of the Japanese Anemones, this grapeleaf type offers lush, many-lobed dark green foliage and masses of soft lilac-pink blooms on stems that can reach up to 3 feet high. Fully 3 inches wide, the flowers attract butterflies and make lovely cuts. This very lowmaintenance plant is heat and drought tolerant once mature, spreading to fill available space. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | late summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 24-36", W: 18-24"

48987 - $10.95 ea | 3 for $9.95 ea | 6 for $8.95 ea

4. Anemone x 'Whirlwind'

Bring a whirlwind of color and texture to your garden and landscapes with this beautiful Japanese Windflower. Wide-open, delicate semi-double white blooms with a bright golden eye are 3 inches across. Blooms appear in September and October and add an airy texture and gleaming color to the fall landscape. This windflower thrives in rich, moist soil. 1-Quart Container.

2. Anemone japonica 'Pamina'

3. Anemone 'Robustissima'

4. Anemone x 'Whirlwind'

5. Anemone 'Queen Charlotte'

Z 5-6 | early/late fall | sun/part shade | H: 36-48", W: 24-30"

48984 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

5. Anemone x hybrida 'Queen Charlotte'

Arising on wiry but very strong 20-inch stems, these handsome semi-double clear pink blooms, each 3 to 4 inches wide, seem to float high above the mounded foliage on this shade lover. Left alone by deer, they are lovely for indoor arrangements. Where it is content, this Japanese Anemone will naturalize readily. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late summer/mid-fall | part shade | H: 24-36", W: 18-24"

48981 - $10.95 ea | 3 for $9.95 ea | 6 for $8.95 ea

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1. Asclepias tuberosa

2. Allium 'Millennium'

1. Asclepias tuberosa

2. Allium 'Millennium'

Z 3-9 | mid/late summer | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 36"

New Just when the garden needs it most, this vigorous, deerresistant Ornamental Onion opens dozens of 2-inch blooms of lavender-blue, each lasting a month or more in the garden. Set on the tips of dark blue-green leaves, the flowers attract butterflies and never scatter seeds. The perfect addition to the vegetable patch, herb garden, flowering annual bed, and patio container, this Allium is foolproof and irresistible! 1-Quart Container.

49296 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

Z 5-8 | late summer | sun | H: 12", W: 12"

The radiant Butterfly Flower bursts with 2- to 4-inch inflorescences of bright orange, arrayed in roundish, somewhat flat-topped form all over upright, rangy plants. The foliage is long and narrow, set below and occasionally among the blooms. Plants are many-branched and clothed right down to the ground in foliage, for a dense, lush effect. Very easy to grow. 1-Quart Container.

4. Belamcanda chinensis

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A plant certain to please! Blackberry Lily is an Iris-like plant with tall stems bearing 2-inch showy freckled flowers of orange and crimson, followed by ornamental black seed clusters which give rise to its common name. The blooms arise toward the end of summer, just when the perennial border is in need of some strong color. A strong grower, it thrives in ordinary garden soil in sun or shade. Bareroot.

5. Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

Z 5-10 | midsummer/early fall | full sun | H: 2-3', W: 15-18"

Z 3-9 | mid/late summer | full sun | H: 30", W: 30"

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One of the finest native American perennials, Asclepias brightens the sunny garden with massive bloomheads, followed by handsome seedpods that are unequalled in dried arrangements. The familiar coppery-orange species now has this bright yellow cousin with the same great drought resistance, free blooming habit, and irresistible appeal to butterflies and bees! 1-Quart Container.

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3. Armeria 'Ballerina Red'

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With larger, longer-lasting flowers than the more familiar A. maritima cultivars, this reblooming Thrift is a low-maintenance pleasure for sunny to lightly shaded gardens. The 1-inch pompons of deepest red make stellar fresh or dried cut-flowers, and if deadheaded promptly after its heavy spring bloom, this plant will repeat intermittently all summer. Compact and very uniform, it's a good choice for edging as well as the front of the border. Evergreen and adaptable. 1-Quart Container.

Dramatic, long-spurred, red and white bicolor blooms highlight the fern-like foliage of this compact member of the Songbird Series. With its unique 3-inch, skywardfacing flowers and its ability to draw in butterflies and hummingbirds, it is no wonder it was presented with the Award of Garden Merit in 2003 by the Royal Horticultural Society. Simply gorgeous when allowed to naturalize in woodland borders, it's equally at home in containers and makes a lovely cut flower. 1-Quart Container.

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3. Chrysanthemum 'Matchsticks'

Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 6-12", W: 6-36"

Fortunate is the gardener with a large stand of Purple Poppy Mallow, for there is no better groundcover for water starved, sunny settings. For months on end, this matforming plant sets upturned 21/2-inch magenta blooms, above large, divided dark green foliage. Let this perennial tumble over walls, scramble across poor soil, or naturalize in border, meadow, and slope. One of the most beloved and valuable of native plants. 4 Inch Pot.

It's hard to find anything easier to grow in the sunny garden than this charming aster cousin. Covering itself in hundreds of double white flowers with yellow stamens over many weeks, it's unquestionably one of the best choices for the perennial border. Very tolerant of adverse conditions, including drought, it grows easily and isn't bothered by deer. It will also attract butterflies to your garden and add a nice clean, bright touch to cutflower arrangements. 4 Inch Pot.

For a fall fireworks show, it's hard to beat this hot little plant! Its spoon-shaped petals are goldenyellow, with fiery-red tips that resemble matchsticks. A prolific bloomer, each flower is quite full, and they all sit above compact, upright mounds of foliage that require no staking. This selection has shown itself to be adaptable to a range of environmental conditions, including dry soil, and its size makes it a perfect candidate for container displays. 1-Quart Container.

Z 4-8 | midsummer/early fall | sun/part shade H: 24-36", W: 12-24"

Z 5-9 | early/mid-fall | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 18-24"

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4. Baptisia 'Blueberry Sundae'

5. Dahlia 'Peaches and Cream' New One of the renowned Dinner Plate Dahlias, this softly colored beauty combines a golden base with rich red and creamy white highlights. The flowers reach 6 to 8 inches wide, and continue over a very long season. Splendid for cutting! Bareroot.

Whenever you think Baptisia can't get any better, it does. This drought-tolerant selection offers a stunning display of deep indigo-blue flowers that outstrips previous varieties, all while acquiring a more compact, upright habit at maturity. The season doesn't end with the flowers, however, as the foliage looks great all summer, and ornamental seed pods extend the beauty into fall. And since they're such vigorous growers, the landscape applications are practically endless. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 36", W: 30-36"

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Z 8-10; midsummer/mid-fall; sun; H: 4', W: 2'

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6. Dahlia 'Fringed Apache' New Reaching up to 8 inches wide, the rich red blooms on this ultra-dependable cactus-flowered Dahlia boast long, slender, elegantly serrated petals. Expect them to last a long time in garden or vase, adding much-needed late-season color to any setting. Bold and dramatic, this is a showpiece of a plant. Bareroot. Z 8-10 | late summer/mid-fall | sun | H: 31/2', W: 2'

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Sun Perennials

1. Colocasia esculenta 'Jack's Giant'

1. Colocasia esculenta 'Jack's Giant'

This astonishing Elephant Ear is well-named—it really does look like something that would grow for the giant in Jack and the Beanstalk. The foliage is absolutely massive, many feet long and wide, with a glossy texture, prominent ribbing, and a rich blue-green cast that lightens to chartreuse around the edges. The foliage arises from a central point on massive tubers that are probably triploids, offering three times the chromosomal power of most other Elephant Ears. Bulb. Z 7-10 | sun/part shade | H: 7', W: 5-8'

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3. Colocasia esculenta 'Black Magic'

Bright maroon stems and ebony-black leaves fully 2 feet long crowd atop this mounding plant. Ideal for containers, it becomes a showy houseplant in winter! 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 7-10 | part shade | H: 5-6', W: 5-6'

49661 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Colocasia esculenta 'Diamond Head'

2. Colocasia esculenta 'Diamond Head'

PP#19,939. Boasting a sheen highly unusual for Colocasia cultivars, these brilliant violet to black leaves are elegantly rippled and beautifully held up and out for maximum showiness. Reaching up to 21/2 feet long, each leaf is distinctive and brilliantly bold. This 2008 introduction from breeder John Cho adds a new dimension to the perennial Elephant Ear family. 31/2 Inch Pot.

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PP#21995. Each huge olive-green leaf on this easy-to-grow Elephant Ear is flecked, spotted, and patched with dark purple to black, creating a fascinating "splattered" look that shows to best effect in partial shade. The individual leaves reach 2 feet long and 1 foot wide on fast-growing plants ideal for containers or the garden. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 7-10 | part shade/shade | H: 3-4', W: 2'

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1. Carex 'Banana Boat'

New Eager to naturalize in moist soil, this groundcover Sedge is the perfect bright accent for deep shade! Each spring the 1-inch-wide leaves unfurl golden with dark green edges and striping on dense plants. Standing out beautifully from the darker tones of the shade garden, they keep their yellow hue right up to frost. Best in consistently moist, even damp soil, all it asks is a late-winter hard prune. Deer leave it alone and rough winters won’t faze this superb performer! 1-Quart Container.

Z 5-9 | late spring | part/full shade | H: 6-12", W: 9-12"

32323 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

2. Coreopsis rosea 'Dreamcatcher'

This floriferous, very colorful sport of ‘Sweet Dreams’ offers masses of 1-inch blooms from late spring until mid-fall—an incredible show of color! Rosy-red to light pink petals with a yellow center are eye-catching and attractive, and the ferny foliage keeps the plant looking good even out of bloom. Just 18 inches high, 24 inches wide, it’s ideal for containers but looks really spectacular in a large garden setting. 1-Quart container. Z 6-9 | late spring/mid-fall | sun/part shade | H: 18", W: 24"

48390 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

3. Campanula persicifolia 'Takion Blue'

This compact, ultra-floriferous Bellflower took the gardening world by storm with its profusion of upturned blue bells! Bearing 6 to 8 flowering stems, it is a dense and colorful presence for containers as well as the sunny border. Butterflies flock to this plant, and the 2 to 21/2-inch flowers make splendid cuts. 1-Quart container.

3. Campanula persicifolia 'Takion Blue'

Z 3-8 | late spring/early summer | sun | H: 16-20", W: 12-16"

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4. Coreopsis verticillata 'Sienna Sunset'

PP#20,470. This sport of the popular ‘Creme Brulee’ puts its parent to shame with a super-long season of apricot-salmon daisies that stand up to powdery mildew effortlessly, even in humid climates! Measuring 1 inch across, they open from early summer all the way into fall on plants 16 to 20 inches high and 36 inches wide. The slender, needle-shaped foliage is handsome even when ‘Sienna Sunset’ isn’t in bloom, but don’t count on too many weeks like that—this powerhouse doesn’t know how to stop! Absolutely showstopping. 1-Quart container. Z 5-9 | early summer/mid-fall | full sun | H: 16-20", W: 36"

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Coreopsis

Blooming profusely all summer, Coreopsis is ideal for the perennial border and meadow garden. Famously easy to grow, it thrives with little attention in any sunny, well-drained spot.

1. Coreopsis 'Mercury Rising'

PPAF. Extraordinary! The newest member of the renowned Big Bang™ series is a velvety magentaclaret bloom with velvety petals. The flowers begin 1 to 2 inches wide, expanding as they mature. And they arise continuously all summer and into fall, occasionally “frosted” with cream-white. Color-fast, they appear on mildew-free plants with a uniquely spreading habit. This plant will intertwine with its neighbors, creating a delightful cottage-garden look. Compact, spreading, floriferous, colorful, and ultra-hardy—this new Coreopsis has it all! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early summer/early fall | full sun | H: 15-18”, W: 2-3’

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PPAF. The years of intensive breeding work that went into the Big Bang™ series were truly worth it. Two- to threeinch creamy white blooms arrive in early summer, producing so profusely you'll have long-lasting cutflower bouquets all season. During cooler months, shades of violet-red radiate outward onto the petals from the gold button center. This deer-resistant beauty will bloom continuously without deadheading, and is so easy to grow that it's great for beginners. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 18-24"

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PP#18,460. The most compact, heaviest-blooming Coreopsis yet! Just a foot tall, this super wellbranched, vigorous dynamo sets masses of 11/2 -inch golden-yellow blooms, each petal bearing a maroon dot at the base. Irresistible to butterflies, unappetizing to deer, and absolutely tolerant of adversity from pests to poor soil to drought, this selection of the native perennial is absolutely a mound of flowers for months on end! 1-Quart Container.

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PP#21,999. This delightful member of the Big Bang™ series may be smaller than its friends, but it lives up to its big name by exploding with color over a long season. Compact and well-branched, it carpets itself in 2-inch, semi-double to double canary-yellow blossoms that are impressive in every setting, from containers to cutflower bouquets. Even the foliage gets in on the show, staying attractive all season. 1-Quart Container.

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New Miniature Callas make perfect houseplants and glorious additions to shaded patio containers and garden beds. They bloom over a long season, their elegantly furled vase-like shape adding interesting texture as well as color to the shade. In this collection we have assembled four of the most interesting and varied dwarf Calla varieties for your enjoyment. Offering a nice blend of distinctive colors and sizes, they will grace your best bouquets and offer season-long beauty indoors or out. Here is what you will receive: One plant of each of Anneke, Picasso, Mozart, Red Alert. Bulb.

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1. Mini Calla 'Anneke' New Warm lavender and rose tones combine on these vibrant blooms. Z 8-10 | summer | sun/part shade | H 14-18", W: 8-10"

1. Mini Calla 'Anneke'

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2. Mini Calla 'Picasso'

New An extraordinary blend of creamy edges fading to deep purple, these elegant blooms have a color combination like no other.

5. Coreopsis x 'Star Cluster'

Z 8-10 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 18-24", W: 8-10"

34041 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

3. Mini Calla 'Mozart' New A very distinctive blend of apricot, peach, and salmon tones distinguishes these blooms, with stripes of darker orange on the petal exteriors. Z 8-10 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 12-17", W: 8-10"

34042 - 9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

4. Mini Calla 'Red Alert'

New One of the closest to true red, this orange-influenced variety offers brilliant color indoors and out.

Z 8-10 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 20-24", W:10-12"

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6. Crinum x powellii 'Alba'

PPAF. Another triumph for the creator of the Big Bang™ series, this deer-resistant garden jewel performs beautifully all summer, asking very little in return. A wealth of 1- to 2-inch creamy white blooms with gold button centers appear atop a mass of bright green foliage, and once the cooler weather arrives, a small, rich purple eye will wink from each flower. You'll have cutflower bouquets all season, as it blooms continuously without deadheading. So simple and satisfying! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 18-24"

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6. Crinum x powellii 'Alba'

An English sun-lover that bears spicily fragrant flowers over a long period in late July and August. Up to 10 blossoms arise on each stout stalk, surrounding a central rosette of sword-shaped leaves. Select a sunny, well-drained location (or container), preferably near a wall (for additional reflected heat). Also ideal as a house- or patio plant. Blooms best if left undisturbed in the ground or pot. 24cm Bulb.

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(Syn. x A. memoria-corsii.) The offspring of Amaryllis belladonna and Crinum moorei, this delightful plant offers sweetly fragrant blooms of deep pink on 3-foot stems above rich, strap-like dark green foliage. Expect 10 to 15 blooms on every flowering stem of this deer-resistant marvel, which naturalizes in enriched, well-drained soil and is also ideal for containers. 24cm Bulb. Z 7-10 | mid-/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 24-36", W: 15-18"

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Sun Perennials

1. Delphinium elatum 'Blue Lace'

2. Delphinium 'Pink Punch'

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3. Delphinium 'Black Eyed Angels' 4. Delphinium 'Purple Passion'

Z 3-7 | early summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-5', W: 18-24

5. Delosperma Fire Spinner New For dazzling color, irresistibly attractive foliage, and wonderful adaptability, you can’t beat this new Iceplant! Sparkling orange and pink blooms cover the succulent leaves in spring and appear periodically during the summer, while the green-apple foliage creates a fast-spreading carpet that stays lovely throughout winter. Fire Spinner™ is heat and drought tolerant, making it a fantastic groundcover for sandy, dry areas. 41/2 Inch Pot.

1. Delphinium elatum 'Blue Lace'

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Delphinium elatum hybrids. Bred in New Zealand for improved tolerance of heat and humidity, these English-style Delphinium cultivars wow with big, bright blooms crowded along sturdy stems. Each bears a contrasting "bee" (the central cluster of petals in each flower) and spectacular staying power in the sunny garden. 1-Quart Container.

This is not grandma's Delphinium—the blooms are semi-double and very profuse along sturdy stems that never need staking. They arise heavily in early summer, a rich azure tinged with lavender-pink, and then (if cut back after bloom) repeat at season's end! Long-lived and resistant to deer and rabbits, this plant is a butterfly and hummingbird's best friend. Grow in full sun for best powdery mildew resistance. 1-Quart Container.

Z 5-10 | all spring | sun/part shade | H: 1-2", W: 12-18"

6. Eryngium 'Big Blue'

Z 3-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 18-24"

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PP#20,636. Far and away the brightest Sea Holly yet, this dramatic cultivar opens its 4-inch blooms pure white, and then the petals darken to brilliant blue. As the bloom matures, the color moves down the stem! Great for fresh or dried arrangements and content in dry soil, this butterfly magnet is very easy to grow and long-blooming. 4 Inch Pot.

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1. Echinacea 'Cleopatra'

New PPAF. Slightly curled, fluttery lemon-yellow petals grace these single to semi-double blooms, resembling the European butterfly for which this plant is named. Very compact, well-branched, and heavy-blooming, this perennial stands up to adversity and brings in butterflies and bees in summer, birds in fall. 1-Quart Container.

Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 15-18", W: 18-24"

32337 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

2. Echinacea 'Julia'

New PPAF. A delightfully different color for the Echinacea family! Single blooms of richest orange to burnt umber nearly glow atop compact, very well-branched plants. 'Julia' is named for a butterfly, and is certain to attract masses of butterflies into your garden all season long. 1-Quart Container.

3. Echinacea p. 'Butterfly Kisses' New

PPAF. So fragrant, so large-flowered, and so compact! From Dutch breeder Arie Blom comes this exciting new Echinacea, boasting 3-inch pompons of richest purple with a sweet scent. Held upward on sturdy stems, they top ultra-compact plants in garden and container. Perfect for small spaces where others are too big and rangy! 1-Quart Container.

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5. Digitalis purpurea 'Candy Mountain'

Z 4-8 | midsummer/late summer | sun/light shade | H: 18", W: 14-16"

The first Digitalis with upfacing blooms, this ultrasturdy plant is a must-have. The flowers open rosypink and mature to rich mauve, revealing their freckled interiors as they crowd along 20-inch stems. Very showy (with flowers on all sides of the stems), this vigorous plant blooms most heavily in early summer. 1-Quart Container.

35994 - $16.95 | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

Z 4-9 | summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 1-2'

4. Digitalis 'Polkadot Princess' New

At last, a Foxglove that keeps the flowers coming for months and months! This sterile variety sets round after round of big, bright pink blooms, with no stray seedlings and plenty of garden vigor. It sets buds on all sides of the stems, sending brilliant color in all directions! 1-Quart Container.

Z 4-9 | early summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 30-36", W: 18-24"

35993 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

31545 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

6. Dianthus 'Coconut Punch'

PP#21,876. Let this flamboyant, spicy-scented little perennial parade through your garden! When the 11/2 - to 2-inch flowers open, they're a deep red with large white blotches in the center of each petal. As they mature, the white spreads, until each petal is left with a thin circle of red. Its longer stems and heat and humidity tolerance sweeten the deal! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | early summer/fall | sun/part shade | H: 12", W: 12"

49328 - $10.95 ea | 3 for $9.95 ea | 6 for $8.95 ea

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32338 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

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Sun Perennials

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PPAF. Radiant red petals held straight out from very dark brown cones form an absolutely enormous bloom on this Richard Saul introduction! The stems are dark red to brown as well, creating a nice platform for the rosy-toned flowers. Compact plants are well-branched and free-flowering over a long season, boasting the adaptability and garden vigor for which Echinacea is famous. An indispensable addition to the sunny border, native plant display, and cutting garden! 4-Inch Pot. Z 4-8 | early summer/mid-fall | full sun | H: 24-36", W: 18-24"

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PPAF. These exquisitely quilled flowers grow larger as they mature! Reaching up to 3-4 inches wide, the blooms hold their petals straight out from large, golden-orange cones on very wellbranched, vigorous yet compact plants. The latest in the Let's Boogie™ series, it is a stunner in garden and vase! 1-Quart Container.

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PP#16,235. Giant, wonderfully fragrant Yellow blooms a full 4 to 5 inches wide cover this hale-and-hearty plant all summer long in the hot, sunny garden. Perfect for cutting, the blooms have stems the diameter of pencils, and are even sweetly fragrant! There has never been an Echinacea like 'Sunrise'! The blooms will be deep yellow when they open, and mature to a buttery, lighter shade. A breakthrough in color, fragrance, and size! 4-Inch Pot. Z 4-9 | all summer | full sun | H: 30-36", W: 30-36"

48524 - $15.95 ea | 3 for $13.95 ea | 6 for $12.95 ea

4. Echinacea purpurea 'PowWow Wild Berry'

PPAF. Not only is this the most brilliantly colored Echinacea yet, it's also the best branched for its extremely compact size. New flowers arise all season long—even without deadheading! Despite its small stature, this plant bears more blooms than nearly any other Echinacea. The thick flower stems add another 9 to 12 inches of height, topping it out at no more than 3 feet. Well adapted and impervious to heat, humidity, drought, cold, and poor soil, it is a must-have for the border and cutting garden. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | early summer/mid-fall | sun | H: 20-24", W: 12-16"

31548 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

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6. Echinacea purpurea 'Raspberry Truffle'

PPAF. Sheer fun in the garden! Watch these flowers emerge as flattish daisies of peachy pink with a chocolate-brown cone, then begin growing upwards, until they have formed a full 4-inch pompon of deepest raspberry pink. Part of the Cone-fection™ series by premier breeder Arie Blom, this Echinacea is very compact, well-branched, and tirelessly free-flowering! As with all Echinacea, it is very easy to grow and adaptable to stress. Make it the centerpiece of your sunny border or wildflower garden! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | mid/late summer | full sun | H: 28-32”, W: 20-24”

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PP#17,652. (cv. 'Matthew Saul.') Expect 2 dozen or more blooms at once on every plant of this exciting Echinacea! Harvest Moon™ sets big, 4-inch blooms of rich golden-yellow profusely over a long season, the big central cone bringing songbirds into the garden in autumn (and the blooms keeping the butterflies busy all summer!). Ten years in the making, it is destined to be a classic for profuse bloom in a brand-new color! 4-Inch Pot. Z 3-9 | all summer | full sun | H 24", W: 24"

48019 - 12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

2. Echinacea 'Green Jewel'

PP#18,678. Fragrant, compact, and green! These sweet-scented 3- to 5-inch blooms appear abundantly all summer and into fall. This compact plant is ideal for container or garden. Selected by Piet Oudolf. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | early summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 20-24", W: 12-18"

31546 - $15.95 ea | 3 for $13.95 ea | 6 for $12.95 ea

3. Echinacea purpurea Sundown™

PP#17,659. (cv 'Evan Saul.') The latest in the Big Sky™ collection is this flower-happy golden-orange variety, with long, crowded petals held straight out around a big russet-brown cone! Well-branched, compact plants bloom tirelessly for months, giving you all the cut flowers you want. Let the final blooms dry on the plant and watch the songbirds come feast on the cones in autumn. Easy to grow, endlessly floriferous, and even deer resistant, this Coneflower offers unbeatable color over a long, long season! Blooms are about 3 inches wide. 4-Inch Pot. Z 4-9 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 32-36", W: 18-24"

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48023 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

4. Echinacea 'Gemini Pink'

PPAF. Wayside Gardens Mail Order Exclusive! Two layers of overlapping lavender-pink petals with an infusion of bright magenta surround a deep orange cone on this brand-new Big Sky™ series cultivar from Richard Saul. Double-flowered and very free-blooming, this compact Echinacea exhibits all the merits for which the Big Skies™ are famous: brilliant color, profuse petals, and abundant blooms. Certain to be a favorite in the sunny border. 4-Inch Pot. Z 5-8 | all summer | full sun | H: 24-36", W: 18-24"

48519 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

5. Echinacea x 'Hot Papaya'

PP#21,022. More than a decade of breeding was dedicated to this stunning double orange Echinacea, and its pedigree shows. The 3- to 31/2-inch flowers are nearly red—utterly new to the family—with some deep pink, lilac, and yellow mixed in for good measure. They arise in great numbers on maroon-streaked stems, with as many as 10 blooms present at once on a mature plant. And like all Echinacea, this plant stands up beautifully to heat, humidity, drought, cold, and poor soil. The flower color is very stable from bloom to bloom, and it won't fade even in brutal August sunshine! We have Dutch breeder Arie Blom to thank for this interspecific masterpiece. 4-Inch Pot.

3. Echinacea purpurea Sundown™ 2. Echinacea 'Green Jewel'

Z 4-9 | midsummer/mid-fall | sun | H: 30-36", W: 24-30"

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1. Gaillardia 'Oranges and Lemons'

1. Gaillardia 'Oranges and Lemons'

PP#17,092. So easy to grow, so beautiful, and so endlessly floriferous, this Blanket Flower is everyone's favorite for summer-long blooms in any hot, dry garden spot. Measuring 2 inches wide, these golden-orange flowers are merrily tipped with yellow, for a luscious two-tone look. Expect up to 75 blooms at once on every plant. Standing up to heat, humidity, poor soil, and even drought, this plant is hardy across the country. Unbeatable bloom strength! 1-Quart Container. Z 3-10 | all summer | full sun | H: 18", W: 20"

48391 - $11.95 ea | 3 for $10.95 ea | 6 for $9.95 ea

2. Geum flora plena 'Blazing Sunset'

3. Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Burgundy'

Not only are these watermelon-red blooms fully double, they are the largest yet on a Geum—21/2 inches wide and very long-lasting! Flowering over an amazing spring-through summer season, this award-winning variety grows quickly, is untroubled by pests (including deer) and diseases, and is ideal for cutting. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-7 | late spring/summer | sun/part shade | H: 24", W: 12-18"

44744 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

3. Gaillardia x grandiflora 'Burgundy'

4. Gaillardia Mesa™ Yellow

Z 5-10 | summer | sun | H: 18-20", W: 20-22"

31559 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

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Huge 3 to 31/2 inch flowers combine apricot and yellow on this compact, early-blooming, very floriferous Blanket Flower. An award-winning member of the Sun series, this plant delights with an extra-long season of color. Untroubled by pests or diseases, this selection of the native species is the ideal choice for sunny spots anywhere. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-10 | early summer/mid-fall | sun | H: 12", W: 12"

6. Gaillardia aristata 'Lucky Wheeler'

Z 3-9 | midsummer/late fall | sun | H: 2-3', W: 1-2'

31555 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

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31550 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea New PPAF. Irresistibly colorful and so abundant, the 2-inch blooms on this compact Blanket Flower are beautifully quilled and richly colored. The button centers turn from yellow to burgundy over time, while the petals shade through a sunset of hues from base to tip! A selection of the North American native, it is highly adaptable, tolerant of all adversity from urban pollution to drought, and generally left alone by deer. Butterflies love it, and it actually prefers poor, dry soil! Destined to be a favorite for garden and vase. 1-Quart Container.

Deep, glowing wine-red blooms just radiate rich color in the summer garden! These blooms arise from June right up until frost on floriferous, long-lasting 30-inch plants. Widely adapted, Gaillardia is ultra-tolerant of poor conditions, including heat, drought, and poor soil — just plant it in full sun and forget it! Just the right size for the border, it also makes a delightful edging or mass display in a sunny bed. Nothing but easy-care color from this super, long-lived perennial! 1-Quart Container.

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Here's the Blanket Flower that's taking American gardens by charm! Winner of top awards in Europe and the US, Mesa™ Yellow delights with larger-than-ever flowers in great profusion for months on end! This plant lures in butterflies all summer and then feeds songbirds all autumn, thanks to seedfilled cones. And it stands up to heat, humidity, drought, and poor soil beautifully! 1-Quart Container.

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1. Helenium 'Ruby Tuesday' New PP#18,234. A gorgeous mahogany-colored Helenium with long-lasting, profuse 2-inch blooms! These burgundy petals fan out from a round central cone that opens bright sulphuryellow, then matures to deepest red. Absoutely stunning, they last 2 weeks in the vase, and will rebloom in the border if cut or deadheaded promptly. Compact and sterile, this is a vigorous perennial unsurpassed for flower power! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | midsummer/early fall | full sun | H: 20-30", W: 12-15"

32341 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

2. Geranium dalmaticum 'Dragon Heart'

Let this spreading Geranium meander across the garden floor, its rich black-veined magenta blooms adding dazzling spots of color over a very long season. A non-aggressive trailing perennial, 'Dragon Heart' is superb beneath Roses or among taller perennials and open-habit shrubs, creating a jeweled carpet. It flowers from early summer until mid-fall, extraordinary for any plant and almost unknown in the Geranium family. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | early summer/mid-fall | sun/part shade | H: 12", W: 18"

48471 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

3. Geum 'Totally Tangerine' New

PP#22,041. cv. 'Tim's Tangerine.' Incredible numbers of gorgeous apricot-orange blooms top this elegant plant over a long 3-month season, outperforming all other Geums by a power of 5! Irresistible to butterflies, the blooms hover above wide, round-lobed leaves that acquire bright purple and burgundy accents in autumn, adding another season of beauty to the display. This selection is totally sterile, so it devotes all its energy to reblooming and none to releasing seeds into your garden. Fast-growing, pest- and disease-free, it is a valuable addition to any setting. 1-Quart Container.

Z 4-7 | late spring/midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 30", W: 18"

35995 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

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4. Geranium 'Rozanne'

PP#12,175. Intensely colored 1-inch blooms of violet-blue with a large white eye begin appearing on this graceful plant in early summer, and unlike most Geraniums (which fizzle when the temperature climbs too high), keep coming until early fall. Fantastic for bedding, borders, patio, and containers in the South and Southwest, where many Geraniums have short and unsatisfactory bloom seasons. Then there's the habit. Open and airy as all Hardy Geraniums are, 'Rozanne' is more compact, managing to send up more flowering stems in less space than most others. As a result, you get a much bigger bloom show, and the plant looks lush rather than rangy. (How many other Hardy Geraniums would you care to show off, solo, in a hanging basket?) 1-Quart Container.

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Z 5-8 | all summer | full sun | H: 16-24", W: 18-24"

48079 - $18.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

5. Geranium pratense 'Dark Reiter'

3. Geum 'Totally Tangerine'

So bright they appear luminous, the delicately veined lilacblue blooms on this compact plant stand out magnificently. The foliage is very finely cut and colored a deep, plummy shade of violet that looks charcoal-black from a distance. Bred from ''Victor Reiter' and 'Midnight Reiter,' this latest addition to the famous series is simply breathtaking. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | summer | sun/part shade | H: 8-10", W: 12"

48176 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

6. Helenium 'Double Trouble' New PP#18,206. The first-ever double-flowered Helenium is also the very best for cutting, with masses of 2-inch yellow daisies atop ultra-sturdy stems. Rows of curly, upturned petals turn this meadow favorite into a designer beauty! And because it's sterile, the compact plant devotes all its energy to making flowers instead of setting seed. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | midsummer/early fall | full sun | H: 30", W: 16-20"

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The latest Hibiscus hybrids are tremendous improvements over earlier varieties. larger flowers, a longer bloomtime, and a more compact habit make these plants stand out brilliantly. Both the blooms and the foliage are more substantial and longer-lasting, keeping the sunny garden attractive even longer.

2. Hibiscus 'Jazzberry Jam'

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2. Hibiscus 'Jazzberry Jam'

Z 5-8 | midsummer/mid-fall | sun | H: 4', W: 23'

Z 4-9 | midsummer/late fall | full sun | H: 4-5', W: 6-7'

Even darker than 'Kopper King,' the large, maple-shaped leaves on this fast-growing Rose Mallow turn fiery orange in autumn. They are complemented by enormous 9 to 10inch blooms of deep red, arising profusely for 12 weeks. Big, well-branched, free-flowering, and over-the-top beautiful, this native perennial stands up nicely to heat and humidity. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container.

PPAF. Demonstrates superior cold hardiness, this exciting shrub is not to be missed! Even in zone 4 you can enjoy a long, lovely season of stunning 9-inch (or more!) blooms of brilliant magenta, just stunning in large numbers on this compact plant. Half the size of most others, it offers great branching and very heavy budding. These gently ruffled blooms with overlapping petals are a tropical delight. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container.

31523 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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4. Hibiscus 'My Valentine'

5. Hibiscus 'Summer Storm'

PPAF. A great improvement over 'Fireball,' this supercompact selection offers lush foliage and masses of 8- to 9-inch blooms all along the stems. Opening from nearly black buds, the flowers are a rich, saturated true red, standing out brilliantly with deep veining and a bright yellow center. Wonderfully tolerant of heat and humidity, it outblooms its cousins effortlessly. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | mid-/late summer | sun | H: 4', W: 31/2-4'

49354 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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PP#20,443. Exhibiting dark wine-purple foliage, this selection is highly attractive even before it flowers. But the blooms, of course, refuse to be ignored, stretching a full 8 to 10-inches and flaunting rose-veined pink petals and a deep magenta eye. Since it's an indeterminate bloomer, buds appear at many nodes up the stem, rather than just at the tips, meaning a much longer season and a plant that's covered with flowers on all sides. Cannot ship to AZ. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | midsummer/early fall | sun | H: 4-5', W: 4-6'

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Ornamental Grasses

For bold architectural effect, no plants are easier to grow or more effective than ornamental grasses. Available in a wide array of sizes, textures, and color combinations, these perennials thrive in less-than-ideal conditions, contributing food for wildlife and material for indoor arrangements as well as beautiful landscape accents.

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1. Arundo donax 'Peppermint Stick' New The bold cream and green stripes covering this tall, stately ornamental grass refuse to fade in the summer sun, making it the first Giant Reed Grass to keep its distinctive variegation all season. 18-inch autumn plumes of bronzeburgundy top the foliage well into winter. Fast-growing but never invasive, this moisture-loving perennial is ideal for damp and even wet soils. 1-Quart Container.

2. Festuca glauca 'Boulder Blue'

Z 6-10 | fall | sun/light shade | H: 7-12', W: 5-8'

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4. Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'

Perennial Plant of the Year 2009, Golden Hakone Grass offers dramatic color for the shade with variegated white, gold, and green foliage 12 inches long and gracefully arching. Effortless for the border, foundation, or container, this perennial adds red to its multicolor display when, in autumn, burgundy flowerspikes top the foliage. It spreads neatly over time, so space plants about 18 inches apart for solid coverage in just a few seasons. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | part sun/light shade | H: 12", W: 18-24"

46547 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

4. Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'

Every garden deserves this magnificent evergreen perennial, with its needle-thin leaves of silvery-blue held in a perfect fountain-shaped spray! The solution to hot, dry, poor soil, it puts up with just about everything—drought, heat, humidity, even deer!—without losing a leaf. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 4-8 | mid-summer | sun | H: 8", W: 8-10"

5. Cortaderia selloana 'Pumila'

With foliage no more than 3 feet tall and plumes to only 5 or 6 feet, this rare, dwarf form of the classic Pampas Grass is suitable for many situations, even small gardens. Flowering the first year after planting, its late summer plumes add distinction when used in the border or as an architectural accent, and make showy dried arrangements. Completely hardy to Long Island, 'Pumila' withstands heat and drought once established. 1-Quart Container. Z 6-10 | late summer | sun | H: 3', W: 3'

31552 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

3. Festuca ovina var. glauca 'Elijah Blue'

3. Festuca ovina var. glauca 'Elijah Blue'

Considered to be one of the best of the blue Festucas, 'Elijah Blue' excels for its sturdy, compact habit and beautiful 10-inch foliage. Of rather rigid growth, it makes an extremely decorative groundcover or accent plant, its steely blue tones adding cool color to any setting. Feathery tan seedheads top the plant over several months beginning in midsummer. 4-Inch Pot. Z 4-8 | sun/part shade | H: 10", W: 10-12"

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6. Carex elata 'Aurea'

(Syn. C. stricta 'Aurea.') Bowles' Golden Sedge is among the loveliest choices for partly shaded areas. So tolerant of wet soils that it will grow in up to 3 inches of water, it also thrives in ordinary moist environments. The golden leaves are thinly edged in dark green, a glowing presence even in dense shade. Left alone by deer and eager to naturalize, it is superb for erosion control on slopes, indispensable to waterside plantings, and a problem-solver for poorly draining soils. Insignificant tan blooms do not detract from its beauty. 31/2-Inch Pot. Z 5-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 18-30", W: 18-30"

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Sun Perennials

1. Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'

1. Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'

Less cascading and far brighter than 'Aureola,' 'All Gold' adds gleaming yellow tones to the shade. This slow grower shows its best color in partial sun, but grows readily in any moist soil. Unpalatable to deer, it is a good choice for woodland settings. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | part sun/light shade | H: 14", W: 18"

49211 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

4. Hakonechloa macra 'Nicholas'

PP#19,898. Its colors perfectly matching the autumnal palette, this dwarf cultivar adds extraordinary hues to small spaces, edging, and containers of all types. The foliage is rich green in spring and summer, acquiring its fall color in cool weather. The colder it gets, the brighter the oranges and reds glow! Very striking. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 5-9 | part sun/light shade | H: 10", W: 16"

36065 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

2. Hakonechloa macra

2. Hakonechloa macra

Its cascading foliage resembling a tiny waterfall, Japanese Forest Grass is a splendid ornamental grass for the shade. The leaves are pale green and very lush, arising in a many-layered fashion on slow-growing plants. They lie over and downwards, adding lovely texture to any setting. Make them tumble over rocks or ripple downwards on a slope. Best in rich, consistently moist soil, this is a slow grower. 31/2 inch Pot. Z 6-9 | part sun/light shade | H: 12-18", W: 12-18"

36062 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

5. Miscanthus sinensis 'Huron Star'

PP#22,468. Between its purple flowerstems and the red, orange, and gold fall foliage, this splendid grass is far more colorful than previous cultivars. Each long, slender leaf bears a white stripe up the center, adding interest in every season. The coppery flowerheads turn creamy parchment in autumn. A striking specimen with its elegant vase shape, it is also superb in a mass planting, and doesn't mind the wetter soil of the waterside. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late summer | sun/part shade | H: 7-8', W: 3'

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3. Hakonechloa macra 'Naomi'

3. Hakonechloa macra 'Naomi'

PP#19,897. Colorful in every season, this dwarf cultivar offers creamy yellow to pale green foliage with darker green bands in spring and summer. In autumn, the leaves sport bright purple-red markings among the yellow and green. Bold and eye-catching, it is a superb choice for edging, the front of the border, and containers. Long-lived and easy to grow. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 5-9 | part sun/light shade | H: 10", W: 16"

36070 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

6. Hakonechloa 'Fubuki'

New PP#21,757. cv. 'Briform.' Its name means "Snowstorm," and the creamy white stripes on this cascading grass may indeed remind you of a pristine woodland snowfall. Narrow and dense, the foliage offers spiky texture as well as beautiful colors. In autumn, it acquires flushes of pink! Slow-growing and majestic, this is a splendid edging, mass planting, border accent, and container subject. 1-Gallon Container. Z 4-9 | part/full shade | H: 8-12", W: 16-18"

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1. Leymus arenarius 'Blue Dune'

(Syn. Elymus arenarius.) Much more tolerant of heat and humidity than the species, this elegant Blue Lyme Grass naturalizes readily, its stiff blue-gray leaves adding exceptional color to any setting. Topped by pale blue to white flowers that mature to beige in autumn, this deer-resistant, very drought-tolerant grass is superb for soil erosion control and difficult-to-plant heavy soils. Excellent for urban and coastal plantings, it is evergreen in warm climates. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 4-9 | early summer | sun | H: 2-4', W: 3'-4'

49372 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

3. Miscanthus sinensis 'Little Zebra'

PP#13,008. Striking gold banding, a dwarf habit, and better staying power make this Zebra Grass an improvement over previous varieties. The plant is upright and very compact, keeping its bright gold variegation through the strongest summer sun, and sporting foot-tall plumes of rich purple. As the weather cools, the blooms turn a creamy-honey shade, remaining throughout winter. Easy to grow in any soil, even poorly drained ones, and unpalatable to deer. Ideal as a specimen, screen, container choice, waterside planting, or border background. 31/2 Inch Pot.

2. Muhlenbergia capillaris—'Pink Muhly Grass'

2. Muhlenbergia capillaris—'Pink Muhly Grass'

5. Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Burgundy Bunny'

Z 6-10 | late summer/early fall | full sun | H: 4', W: 3'

Z 5-9 | late summer | sun | H: 12-16", W: 16"

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From late summer all through fall, this hardy native Pink Muhly Grass is the unquestioned showpiece of the garden, topped by huge clouds of rosy-pink so airy you expect them to float away on the breeze! Indifferent to heat, humidity, poor soil, and drought, this super-easy grass fills the garden (and all your vases!) with cottoncandy color for weeks on end! Highly recommended. 31/2 Inch Pot.

PP#21,917. A red-tinted sport of the popular 'Little Bunny,' this dwarf Fountain Grass sports carmine foliage among the green all summer, then blazes scarlet from autumn until frost. Everything about it is dimunitive, from its short size to its narrow leaves and dainty cream-colored "bunny tail" blooms. Perfect for containers, accent plantings, and small space gardens, it is an irresistible miniature to be treasured in the landscape! 1-Quart Container.

4. Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose'

PP#12,909. Rich, dusty-red flowers in massive panicles arise atop of this vigorous Fountain Grass. The bluegreen foliage remains fresh over a long season on handsome symmetrical plants that are not fussy about soil type. 31/2 Inch Pot. Z 5-8 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 36", W: 24-36"

41258 - $10.95 ea | 3 for $9.95 ea | 6 for $8.95 ea

Z 5-9 | late summer/early winter | sun/part shade | H: 4', W: 2-3'

44709 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

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4. Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose'

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1. Hemerocallis 'Shaka Zulu' New Intensely colored violet blooms 6 inches wide cover this semi-evergreen tetraploid twice a season. Outlined with a thin white edge, they open the night before their day of bloom, giving you an even longer season. Bareroot. Z 3-9 | early summer/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 28", W: 18-24"

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PP#16,515. cv. 'Endless Heart.' One of the first Daylilies to bloom each year, it repeats up to 4 times throughout its long season, offering up to 100 days of color! These 4-inch watermelon-red blooms are beautifully piecrusted on evergreen diploid plants that sport 6 or more fans instead of the usual 2 to 3. One of Darrel Apps's absolute best! Bareroot.

3. Hemerocallis 'Alpha Centauri'

4. Hemerocallis 'Blackthorne' New Ravishing violet and cream blooms sport a large dark eye and matching pencil-thin edging along each petal! This semi-evergreen tetraploid offers up to 25 buds on every scape, which open to charmingly ruffled 41/2 -inch blooms, first in early to midseason and again at summer's end. Bred from 'Always Afternoon' x 'Tetra Dragon's Eye.' Bareroot.

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6. Hemerocallis 'Ferengi Gold' New Exquisitely symmetrical and richly colored, the 51/2-inch blooms on this low-growing Daylily boast elegant ruffling and bright diamond dusting on every thick golden petal. This dormant tetraploid flowers heavily early in the season, then reappears at summer's end for an encore. Stunning! Bareroot.

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1. Hemerocallis 'Marque Moon' New An astonishing 40 buds arise on every scape of this beautifully ruffled variety. The petals are creamy primrose with a yellow throat and matching piecrusted edges. Diamond dusting adds luster to the presentation, while peachy-apricot flushes are visible in overcast weather. And the best part? The flowers are 5 to 5½ inches wide, appearing in huge numbers. Dormant Tetraploid. Bareroot.

4. Hemerocallis 'Stella De Oro'

Z 3-9 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 24", W: 18-24"

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Considered by many the finest Daylily ever grown, this "everblomer" sets up to 400 flowers per season when mature, and is often the first and last to bloom in your garden! Winner of countless awards it offers bright 2½-inch blooms for up to 6 months on carefree plants. Highly recommended. Dormant Tetraploid. Bareroot. Z 4-8 | late spring | sun/part shade | H: 2', W: 2'

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Fragrant, large-flowered, and early blooming, this Designer Daylily from master breeder Patrick Stamile is breathtaking in any setting. The blooms are peachy-orange with a deep purple eyezone and matching piecrusted edges, all surrounding a glowing gold throat. Low-growing plants are vigorous and fast-growing. Dormant Tetraploid. Bareroot.

(Syn. Razzmatazz.) This miniature sets masses of 2½-inch blooms, each brilliantly colored a rich shade of purple with a glowing yellow throat. Piecrusted and distinctively veined in darker purple, the petals are so saturated with color they appear wet, the white-tipped sepals offering a perfect backdrop. This diploid flowers heavily early in the season, then repeats. Dormant Tetraploid. Bareroot.

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Z 3-9 | midsummer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 20", W: 18-24"

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6. Hemerocallis 'Mighty Chestnut'

American perennial diva Stephanie Cohen has been given the honor of having this delightful little daylily named after her. It's uniquely colored, boasting a bicolor blend of peachy pink, ruffled petals with a thin, purple eye, a dazzling yellow throat, and deep rose-purple sepals. It needs no maintenance to bloom almost continuously throughout the season, and its diminutive size means it can deliver brilliant color almost anywhere. Bred by Dr. Darrel Apps. Dormant Tetraploid. Bareroot. Z 4-8 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 14-16", W: 12-14"

Big, perfectly formed 5-inch blooms offer a saturated orange-chestnut base and deeper chestnut-plum eyezone! Nicely piecrusted, the petals are thick and hold up well in hot weather. This dormant tetraploid is vigorous and free-flowering in mid- to late season. An exceptional color, highly unusual and saturated with brilliant fade-proof tones. Bareroot. Z 3-9 | mid-/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 30", W: 18-24"

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Sun Perennials

1. Lilium 'Casa Blanca'

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2. Lilium martagon

One of the best for naturalizing, the charming Turk's Cap sets about 30 blooms on every stem, opening gradually from the bottom up. These flowers offer a fascinating shape and color. Best in dappled sun, they like cool roots and hot tops, so mulch them. One Bulb. 3. Lilium tigrinum var. splendens—Tiger Lily

1. Lilium 'Casa Blanca'

This is the classic Easter Lily, with an evocative fragrance and massive, pure white 10-inch blooms. Considered by many experts the finest of all Orientals, it is quite floriferous (up to 8 flowers per spike) and longlived, multiplying freely over the years to increase its beauty. This lily performs best with some afternoon shade. Each Pack Contains 3 Bulbs. Z 5-9 | midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 5', W: 6-10"

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3. Lilium tigrinum var. splendens Tiger Lily

(Syn. L. lancifolium var. splendens.) Each bloom is a beautiful jewel on this compact, easy-to-grow lily. Measuring 2 inches wide and elegantly recurved, the dark orange petals are spotted with violet-black. Often difficult to find, the true Tiger Lily is magnificent, useful as a cut-flower or garden star. 16-18cm Bulb. Z 3-8 | early/midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 18-21"

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4. Lilium 'Strawberry Shortcake'

Exclusive Love Lilies but don't have space for those big 5-foot plants? Here's the answer—a dwarf Oriental with HUGE 6- to 7-inch blooms of strawberry-red, neatly outlined in white, and so fragrant they'll knock you out! A hardworking bloomer in the garden or containers, this plant gets better every year. Each Pack Contains 3 Bulbs.

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These 5-inch trumpets open from long purple-and-white striped buds to reveal a white-and-yellow interior with an intoxicating scent. This plant sets a huge candelabra of blooms. A single bloom is a bouquet; a fully blooming plant is a preview of paradise! Award of Garden Merit, R.H.S. Each Pack Contains 3 Bulbs. Z 4-8 | midsummer | full sun | H: 13'-6', W:10"-12"

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1. Gaura lindheimeri 'Crimson Butterflies'

PP#13,189. The perfect size to fill a large pot, 'Crimson Butterflies' also makes a nice edging or front-of-the-border standout. The long summer bloomtime is astonishing, and the plant remains attractive even when not in bloom, with purple foliage that is evergreen in the warmer portions of its hardiness range. Compact and vigorous, this exciting selection of the native species always looks lush! 4-Inch Pot. Z 5-10 | all summer | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 15"

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2. Iris 'Black Gamecock'

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PPAF. (cv. 'IB2401.') Perennial Candytuft has always been nothing but white, so this purple-flowered cultivar is a breeding breakthrough! The outer flowers in these large clusters are lighter lavender, while the center flowers are richer violet. They arise profusely above fresh green foliage on evergreen plants that make excellent edging and groundcover. A good choice along walkways or the edges of large containers as well, this plant is quite drought-tolerant once established. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring | sun | H: 10-12", W: 8-10"

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5. Iris ensata 'Lion King'

The VERY last Lily to bloom, this majestic plant bears sweetly scented 5- to 6-inch blooms of pure white. Disease-free and easy to grow, it is a fabulous way to ring out the Lily season! And like so many Lilies, it improves with each passing year. 4 Inch Pot.

Far and away the largest Japanese Iris flowers we have seen, these ruffled 7- to 8-inch blooms are fully double and very bright, shading from deep grape-purple at the petal edges to pure white around the tiny yellow signal. They arise on sturdy stems in moist to boggy or even wet settings, appearing about a month after Siberian Iris. Showstopping color for the perennial garden! Bareroot.

Z 5-9 | mid/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 5-8', W: 2-3'

Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 3-4', W: 2'

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Velvety 6-inch blooms! Simply the best Louisiana Iris ever selected, this extremely vigorous cultivar sets huge, gold-throated 6-inch blooms of velvety purple-black. Perfect for waterside plantings, damp soils, and garden trouble spots, this hardy native perennial asks only enriched soil and moisture to thrive and spread for years to come! Tolerates heat, humidity, and cold. Bareroot.

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Z 4-9 | early summer | sun/part shade | H: 36", W: 36"

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PPAF. A Wayside Gardens Exclusive! Deep orange to red blooms dot this plant beginning with the first breath of summer and continue all season. Very tolerant of heat, humidity, and even drought, this ultra free-flowering selection is a hummingbird and butterfly magnet, its blooms making superb cut-flowers as well. Easy and dependable! 4-Inch Pot. Z 6-9 | early/late summer | sun | H: 4-5', W: 2'

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Ultra-compact and well-branched, with a long season of bloom, this English Lavender is superb for the border, a low hedge, meadow garden, or containers. The foliage is narrow and grayish-green, while the flowers are rich purple. Semi-evergreen, unpalatable to deer, and marvelously fragrant in flower and foliage, this droughttolerant perennial asks only for excellent drainage and full sun. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | mid-/late summer | sun | H: 2-21/2', W: 3-31/2'

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3. Kniphofia hirsuta 'Fire Dance'

An extremely hardy selection! Tight scarlet buds open to long, tubular blooms of lemon-yellow at the base, shading through orange to scarlet tipped in lemon at the top. Brilliant wands of hot color on 3- to 4-foot stems, they bob above 20-inch mounds of slender, arching foliage. Once established, this plant tolerates both extreme heat and drought, and needs no shade. Left alone by nibbling deer and rabbits. 1-Quart Container. Z 6-9 | mid/late summer | full sun | H: 3-4', W: 2'

4. Kniphofia uvaria 'Echo Mango'

PPAF. A Wayside Gardens Exclusive! Far and away the longest-blooming Red Hot Poker, these bright apricot-gold flowers repeat all summer long! Larger and more vigorous than many others, they present neon-bright tropical hues that last and last. Highly recommended. 4-Inch Pot. Z 6-9 | all summer | full sun | H: 4-5', W: 2'

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5. Lavandula 'Silver Mist' New Ghostly white foliage really stands out in the sunny garden, remaining evergreen in mild climates. Soft and delicate, the leaves form the perfect foil for the mid-blue flowerspikes. Very uniform in height, this English Lavender is ideal for the border. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | sun | H: 16-20", W: 12-16"

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PPAF, CPBRAF. Opening lemon-yellow and then maturing through pale shades to a creamy white, these 4-inch blooms look even larger than they really are, thanks to an extra ray of petals. Superb for cutting, they last 2 weeks in the vase, and bring butterflies into the sunny garden. Side-shoots are covered with buds, particularly if the first set of flowers is deadheaded promptly, giving you the longest season yet from a Shasta! A vigorous and very disease-resistant plant introduced by Kevin Hurd in 2009. Cannot ship to CO or MT. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | late spring/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 15-18", W: 18-24"

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2. Leucanthemum x superbum 'Becky'

2003 Perennial Plant of the Year. Becky was selected as the best Shasta for its snowy-white petals (packed generously onto 4-inch daisies!), extra-sturdy stems (for holding up in the garden or vase during the long bloom season!) and length of bloomtime (midsummer into fall). Now, nearly a decade later, it remains the favorite for utterly dependable performance and over-the-top flower production. This delightful plant is an airy, billowy charmer in the sunny garden, with ferny deep green foliage studded with long, straight stems bearing big bold daisies at the top. You need never stake it, and it doesn't mind heat, humidity, cold, or even drought. The flowers are very long-lasting after cutting, remaining fresh for a week or more in the vase. Evergreen in the south. A winner! Cannot ship to CO or MT. 1-Quart Container.

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Z 5-9 | midsummer/early fall | full sun | H: 3-4', W: 3-4'

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3. Liatris spicata 'Kobold Original'

12-inch flower spikes arise for 3 months or more above showy, tufted masses of linear foliage on this super-easy plant. Propagated vegetatively to ensure uniformity, this true dwarf form is maintenance-free and never needs dividing. Plant 18 to 24 inches apart in sun or light shade; adaptable to a wide range of soils. Ideal for cutting or use in a border. Bareroot. Z 3-10 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 2', W: 8-10"

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4. Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence'

'Provence' is a cultivar of Lavandin, the disease-resistant, bushy form of Lavender grown by the acre in France. Taller, wider, and more adaptable than English Lavender, it is an excellent choice for gardens where heat and moisture have posed problems for other Lavandula cultivars. The dark purple blooms arise on thick stalks above elegant gray-green foliage, and if cut promptly will repeat for 3 months or more. Highly fragrant and exceptionally beautiful, this is a variety to plant in large numbers for breathtaking effect. 1-Quart Container.

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Z 5-8 | midsummer/early fall | sun | H: 3', W: 6'

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Sun Perennials 1. Linum perenne 'Nanum Sapphire'

The perfect plant for a mass display in the sunny border, this dwarf perennial Blue Flax sets luminous azure blooms, just 1 inch wide, atop bobbing waxy stems. Each bloom lasts only a day, to be replaced by others for 12 weeks or more of continuous color. Much neater and more compact than others, this deer- and drought-resistant perennial offers graceful arching stems, a wash of hard-to-find pure blue color, and trouble-free care even in poorly fertile and dry soils. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late spring/late summer | full sun | H: 10", W: 12"

48469 - $7.95 ea | 3 for $6.95 ea | 6 for $6.50 ea

2. Ligularia 'Bottle Rocket'

PPAF. The most compact Ligularia yet, this charming groundcover reaches only 2 feet tall until topped by crowded 12-inch panicles of brightest yellow. Large serrated, heart-shaped foliage forms an attractive mound in the shade, encouraging visits from butterflies and hummingbirds. Striking and unique, this is a fine centerpiece for an accent planting, as well as a handsome addition to the border. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-7 | midsummer | part shade| H: 24", W: 28"

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3. Lupinus Tutti Frutti™ Hybrids 1. Linum perenne 'Nanum Sapphire'

Selected especially for intense color on larger blooms, this mix is a huge improvement over the popular Russell Hybrids. Expect luscious hues from purple and magenta to persimmon and gold, butter and cream, and pink and primrose! The flowerspikes reach anywhere ferom 8 to 24 inches long on sturdy, vigorous plants. Superb for cutting! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | early/midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 36-40", W: 12-16"

31570 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

4. Leucanthemum Daisy May™

PPAF. (cv. 'Daisy Duke.') A fun, light-hearted name befitting the carefree nature of this much-loved perennial! Daisy May™ is a highly floriferous, compact, early-flowering selection, reblooming happily from early into late summer (with deadheading), each 3-inch, single, pure-white, daisy-like flower showing off a gold button center that butterflies find irresistible. Coarsely toothed, narrow elliptic leaves cover a super-compact plant that's simply ideal for beds, containers, and small garden spaces. Cannot ship to CO or MT. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | all summer | full sun | H: 12-24", W: 10-14"

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A charming heirloom that belongs in every sunny garden, this Hollyhock Mallow regales you for months with masses of 2-inch single blooms of lavender heavily veined in maroon-violet. The flowers arise profusely on 21/2 -foot stems, held above the dark green foliage on compact, mounding plants. Butterflies and hummingbirds worship them, rabbits leave them alone, and even the hottest sunshine does not seem to fade them! Great as cut-flowers, these blooms will set seed and replenish themselves indefinitely. A fabulous mid-border plant, it is very disease-resistant and vigorous. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | midsummer/mid-fall | sun | H: 3-4', W: 18-24"

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4. Malva sylvestris 'Purple Satin'

Among the most colorful and floriferous of Mallows, this vigorous cultivar sets masses of 2-inch blooms of bright lavender with heavy violet veining. The flowers top dense, broadly lobed foliage of fresh green on well-branched plants that re-seed in favorable conditions. Very tolerant of heat and drought, this perennial flowers far longer than most others. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | all summer | sun | H: 3-4', W: 2-3'

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3. Lobelia cardinalis 'Fried Green Tomatoes'

PP#21,958. Arguably one of the best cardinal flowers you can grow, this winter-hardy selection establishes quickly, sending up dozens of brilliant red blooming stems. Its growth is amazing (3 to 6 inches per week, well into summer!), and the foliage is lovely in its own right, the upper leaves turning a deep olive tone, while those below stay maroon. And since hummingbirds and butterflies can't resist it, your border, foundation, or bog garden will have that much more appeal. 4-Inch Pot.

2. Lobelia x speciosa 'Fan Scarlet' Hybrid

Z 4-8 | mid/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 24-36", W: 24-30"

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2. Lobelia x speciosa 'Fan Scarlet' Hybrid

Compact and ultra-colorful, this Fan selection is the Cardinal Flower of choice where neat, sturdy spikes of bright scarlet are needed! Tall and very strong, these columns never need support, blooming freely for 5 months or more! Great for cutting, they also add welcome color to the partly-shaded garden. A troublefree pleasure to grow! Fan Hybrids do best in moist, organic soil, and can even thrive in the damper soil of waterside locations. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-7 | midsummer/early fall | part shade | H: 18-24", W: 12-18"

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The essential butterfly, bee, and hummingbird plant, this moisture-lover offers fountainous 2-inch red flowers upon showy rose-tinted bracts all summer long. The large, serrated leaves are marvelously fragrant. A great improvement over older bee balms, it resists powdery mildew. Excellent for bog gardens, waterside plantings, or the moist border, it thrives in full sun everywhere except the deep South and Southwest. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | all summer | sun/part shade | H: 3', W: 1-2'

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2. Monarda didyma 'Purple Rooster'

This Bee Balm boasts bright purple blooms atop plants utterly free of the mildew that plagues many cultivars. Bushy and well-branched, its 2- to 3-inch flowers are very eyecatching and profuse in mid- and late summer. Their purple tones are fade resistant, attracting hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. Aromatic foliage beneath the blooms releases a heavenly mint scent! 'Purple Rooster' grows quickly and multiplies quickly in favorable conditions. It never needs staking, despite its height and great bounty of blooms. Impervious to heat, humidity, and most pests and diseases, it has all the native vigor you would expect! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | mid/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 3', W: 2'

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Full-sized, radiant 21/2 to 3-inch blooms on super-compact plants! Held just above the glossy dark green foliage, the flowers stand out brilliantly over many weeks. Resistant to powdery mildew, this Bee Balm is an improvement in every way over older varieties.

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If rich color from late spring through early summer is what you’re after, look no further than this fine specimen. The deep, oxblood red petals are characteristically crepe-like, with a satiny texture that’s nothing short of breathtaking! Each 4-6 inch flower holds in its center a large, velvetyblack seed capsule that’s surrounded by prominent, dark purple stamens. Once you add its resistance to pests and its allure for butterflies, you have a real showstopper for the sunny garden. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-7 | late spring/early summer | full sun | H: 30”, W: 18-24”

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PP#14,638. Bigger flowers on a smaller plant! Super free-flowering, this compact Oriental Poppy sets its 4 to 5-inch blooms generously, each sporting a large black center surrounded by watermelon-red petals edged in white. No staking needed for this blooms, which make superb cuts. Bareroot. Z 3-7 | late spring/early summer | sun | H: 14-30", W: 12-18"

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4. Papaver orientale 'Carnival' New Delightfully pleated and frilled petals of white shade into rich orange-red toward the tips on 5-inch blooms. Very tolerant of dry soil provided the drainage is good, this is a spectacular choice for cutting. Bareroot. Z 3-8 | late spring/early summer | sun | H: 18-24", W: 24-36" 32507 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

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Sun Perennials

1. Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'

2. Phlox paniculata 'Bright Eyes'

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1. Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'

One of the absolute best for mildew resistance, strong blue color, and sturdy, no-staking habit! These bright blue blooms arise in magnificent 10- to 12-inch wands, beginning in midsummer and continuing until late in the season. Terrific for cutting, too! 4 Inch Pot. Z 4-8 | late summer | sun/part shade | H: 2-3', W: 1-2'

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4. Phlox x 'Minnie Pearl'

An exciting new native hardy garden Phlox, this mildewfree, naturally compact beauty offers pure white blooms on 12-inch stems ideal for cutting or garden enjoyment. Blooming over a long, fragrant season, this natural hybrid of P. maculata x P. glaberrima has a spreading habit and demonstrates excellent drought tolerance. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | mid-spring/early summer | sun | H: 6-8", W: 24"

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Fragrant domes of soft pink with rosy eyes reach 6 to 9 inches long on this award winner. Perfect for cutting, they hold their heads high without staking. 'Bright Eyes' is justly considered one of the very finest Phlox. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | midsummer/early fall | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 12-18"

3. Phlox paniculata 'Jeana'

5. Phlox paniculata 'David's Lavender'

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Gorgeous 6-inch lavender-pink flowers and great mildew resistance! Sweetly fragrant, abundant bloom clusters burst upward along multi-stemmed branches. 4 Inch Pot. Z 4-8 | midsummer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 2-4', W: 2-3'

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Z 4-9 | early summer/early fall | sun/part shade | H: 18”, W: 18”

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3. Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Spire'

4. Rudbeckia fulgida var sullivantii ‘Little Goldstar’

Tall and impressive, especially when grown en masse, this gray-headed coneflower produces bright yellow flowers in the heat of midsummer. The 3 foot stalks support a central, elongated, cylindrical disk that brings to mind the crown of a sombrero. Around the disk is a brim of 3-7 brilliant, reflexed petals. The plant itself is amazingly durable, putting up with heat, drought, flooding, and cold, and showing no problems with insects or diseases. Perfect for sunny gardens! 4-Inch Pot.

PP#11,643. Aromatic grayish leaves and airy, long-lasting lavender bloomspikes combine to make this late-season bloomer a joy in the sunny perennial garden. Very drought-tolerant once established, it's been known to bloom for 3 to 4 months, and because it's shorter than other Russian Sages, it won't flop over in extreme heat and humidity, as some of the taller varieties do. Plant it where you can brush by the foliage to release its heavenly scent! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | mid-/late summer | full sun | H: 18-24", W: 24"

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(Syn. 'Ostfriesland.') Rated one of the Top 10 Perennials of All Time by garden experts, this very dark purple, slender-stemmed Salvia is breathtaking in any sunny setting. 18 inches high, 12 to 18 inches wide, it flowers heavily in early summer, then repeats near season’s end. Attractive to butterflies and bees, it is a fine cut flower as well as a border or container standout. And no plant stands up better to heat, humidity, drought, and poor soil than ‘East Friesland’! Highly recommended. 4-Inch Pot.

PPAF. Much more compact and floriferous than the famous Goldsturm Strain, this knee-high delight sports up to 80 blooms in a single midsummer-through-early-fall season! They’re big blooms, too: 2 to 21/2 inches, with a starburst of brilliant goldenyellow around a big dark brown cone. Butterflies, bees, and songbirds all adore this plant, which works for cutting as well as garden enjoyment. Great in containers, it reaches just 14 to 16 inches high and wide, covering itself in blooms for months. Adaptable and easy, it asks only for well-drained soil receiving full sunshine. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-10 | midsummer/early fall | full sun | H: 14-16', W: 14-16'

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Sun Perennials

1. Scabiosa 'Butterfly Blue'

The Scabiosa that introduced a new dwarf, many-flowered form into American gardens! Puffy 2-inch blooms of light lavender-blue with wide, frilly golden centers simply cover these 1-foot-tall, 1-foot-wide plants! They begin in mid-spring and don’t consider letting up until the real cold weather of fall sets in! 4-Inch Pot. Z 3-9 | mid-spring/late fall | sun/part shade | H: 6-12", W: 12"

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48906 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea PPAF. The combination of lilac buds and azure blooms is simply breathtaking on this dwarf Meadow Sage! Cut the flowers promptly and new ones spring right up on compact but very vigorous, well-branched plants that attract butterflies and hummingbirds yet do not interest deer or rabbits. Tirelessly floriferous, perfect for fresh or dried cut-flowers, and so easy to care for, this perennial is a pure pleasure in the sunny border. 1-Quart Container.

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4. Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna'

Expect two seasons of bloom every year from this showy, stylish Salvia! The stems are such a deep purple they look black, while the blooms are brilliant blue! Butterflies and hummingbirds visit it frequently—and so will you, during both its early-summer and fall bloom seasons, and just to admire the interesting foliage in between! Very tolerant of heat, humidity, drought, and poor soil, this carefree perennial belongs in every sunny garden. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | early summer/fall | full sun | H: 20", W: 12-18"

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Radiant bubblegum-pink flowerheads 4 to 5 inches wide form a canopy of color above this compact, vigorous plant. Far and away the brightest Sedum ever, the color remains vivid for many weeks, then turns coppery-orange in fall and lasts well into winter. A magnet for butterflies and birds, and SO easy—drought, heat, humidity, poor soil, and even cold are no problem! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late summer | full sun | H: 14", W: 24"

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PP#14,421. (cv. 'Lajos.') A variegated sport of 'Autumn Joy,' this compact plant sports cream-edged foliage from spring till hard frost. The flowers open from creamy buds bright pink, then darken to rosie-red in autumn. Very easy to grow and long-blooming. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | midsummer/late fall | full sun | H: 15", W: 15"

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3. Thalictrum 'Lavender Mist'

This Japanese Meadow Rue outdoes all others for vigorous growth, even in poor soils! Sporting large clumps of 4-inch lavender blooms in late spring and elegant blue-green leaves, it's easy to grow in any soil that stays consistently moist and receives either full sun or part shade. Superb for cutflowers, it's a fine accent planting or border standout. 1-Quart Container.

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After the taller, earlier Stokes’s Asters have bloomed their best, 'Peachie’s Pick' erupts into rich blue color that fills the midsummer garden and patio containers! Just a foot high and not much wider, this neat little dwarf blooms its head off during the dog days of July and August, when many plants are too hot to show much color! It’s quite a hardy performer in just about any hot, humid climate—as well as less extreme temperatures all the way north through zone 5-9. Unlike some Stokes’s Asters, 'Peachie’s Pick' won’t flop or droop; these cheery daisies keep their faces lifted to the sun! Stokes’s Aster is a native American plant, so it’s largely untroubled by pests and diseases. Eager to grow in just about any garden soil, it thrives in full sun to part shade. 1-Quart Container. Z 5-9 | midsummer | full sun | H: 8-12", W: 12-20"

49347 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

5. Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne'

3. Veronica 'Sweet Lullaby' New PPAF. Petite and softly colored, this compact seedling of the popular 'Giles van Hees' sports flowerspikes of pastel lavender-pink. Try it in containers or as edging; the foliage reaches only 6 inches high, but is so dense that it flowers profusely, bringing in the butterflies. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | mid-/late summer | sun/part shade | H: 6", W: 10-12"

PPAF. Conjure up a bit of garden magic with this fun little perennial! With its incredibly long, violet-purple wands, uniform habit, and fresh-looking, clean foliage, it's just as much fun as its name. Early to midsummer will find this butterfly-attracting, deer-resistant charmer proudly showing off its branched flowers (which result in a longer bloom time!). Its convenient size makes it perfect for containers or as a filler in combination plantings for garden appeal that's no hocus-pocus! 1-Quart Container.

4. Vinca minor '24 Karat'

PP#20,289. Bright gold new foliage arises above the green on this compact, dense groundcover. Liberally dotted with pale blue blooms over many weeks, this spreading evergreen perennial continuously sets new foliage throughout the growth season, keeping the gold-and-green display fresh for months. Best color in full sun. 4-Inch Pot.

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Shade Perennials

Shady gardens are restful to the senses as well as to the soul. To help you create your own haven, we have gathered the most beautiful and unique selections from which you can create your special retreat, and in the words of Cardinal Newman, enjoy a garden that is "mystically a place of spiritual repose, stillness, peace, refreshment, and delight."

1. Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost'

PP#13,859. 2012 Perennial Plant of the Year! A stunner in any setting, 'Jack Frost' sets large, showy leaves of bright silver veined with dark green. Held up and out, the leaves form the perfect backdrop for early-season flower clusters of brilliant blue, then remain colorful right up to frost. This neatly rounded plant is very attention-getting, offering bold contrast to Hosta and other foliage plants in the shade border. Easy to grow and quite dependable, it is a favorite among discerning gardeners. 1-Quart Container.

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3. Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue'

Terrific multi-season interest from this native perennial, thanks to its lush, finely-cut bluegreen foliage. In late spring and early summer, red-stemmed bottlebrush blooms arise above the foliage; these are followed by charming white fruit starred with a black dot, giving rise to the nickname "doll's eye" berries. A shade lover, this plant is attractive to butterflies and left alone by deer. The plant is virtually carefree and thrives for many years. 4-Inch Pot. Z 3-8 | late spring/early summer | part/full shade | H: 2-3', W: 2-3'

33720 - $18.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

4. Brunnera macrophylla 'Variegata'

Z 3-7 | early spring | part shade | H: 12-15", W: 18-24"

A variegated Brunnera! Large, dramatic leaves with wide, creamy-white margins provide a magnificent show all spring and summer in the lightly shaded border, especially when complemented by sprays of bright blue flowers. 1-Quart Container.

40295 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

Z 4-8 | mid-spring/early summer | part shade | H: 14", W: 18-20"

2. Brunnera 'King's Ransom'

48436 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

PPAF. Possibly the only Brunnera more appealing than 'Jack Frost' is this cultivar, its variegated cousin! The mounding 5-inch leaves of green overlaid with silver are edged in bright yellow in spring, maturing to cream and remaining through until frost. Covered for weeks by bright blue blooms that may remind you of Forget-Me-Nots, it is a splendid sight. Drought-tolerant and unappetizing to deer. 1-Quart Container.

5. Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream'

Z 5-9 | early spring | part/full shade | H: 15-18", W: 18-24"

31542 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $10.95 ea | 6 for $9.95 ea

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The most vigorous variegated Brunnera, this beauty begins spring with white-edged leaves that darken as summer arrives. Heart-shaped foliage forms a billowy cloud dotted in spring with small starry blue blooms. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-7 | late spring |part shade | H: 12", W: 18"

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From their ferny, finely-divided foliage to their airy cloudpuff blooms, Astilbe is an attractive presence in any partly to fully shaded, very moist garden spot. Perfect as waterside plantings, they also thrive in borders, beds, and containers, asking only for continuous moisture to grow and bloom prolifically. Deer/Rabbit Resistant

1. Astilbe x arendsii 'Rheinland'

Glowing towers of brilliant pink top these plants over a long season. Very densely set, they tower above the bright midgreen foliage, which remains fresh and pretty all season. Bareroot. Z 4-8 | all summer | part/full shade | H: 12-18", W: 12"

48360 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

2. Astilbe chinensis 'Vision in White'

PP#18,965. Astilbes are known for their elegance in the shade garden, and this lovely member of the Vision Series is no exception. In midsummer, an abundance of large, creamy white, triangular plumes wave gently above feathery-cut green-bronze leaves. And the foliage itself is especially eyecatching, as it is smooth and glossy, instead of coarse. Sturdy and pest resistant, it is a standout in any setting that doesn't get too dry. Bareroot.

This long-time Wayside favorite boasts delightfully decorative bronze foliage and foot-long flowerspikes of garnet-red lightly dusted with white. The most deeply colored of all the Astilbes, these blooms are long-lasting and very vivid. Bareroot. Z 4-8 | all summer | part shade | H: 24", W: 18"

5. Astilbe x arendsii 'Bressingham Beauty'

An introduction from the world famous Blooms of Bressingham Nursery of England. This refined Astilbe, of perfect, graceful form, has spikes of rich, pure pink which are freely produced on 31/2 to 4-foot plants, filling the garden with their airy charm. Cut the spikes and dry them, and you'll have handsome dried arrangements to delight you all winter. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | early/mid-summer | part/full shade | H: 36", W: 24-30"

43545 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

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PP#20,797. The longest-blooming and most beautiful Dicentra yet! For 2 months or more, this compact plant tosses up heart-shaped blooms of rosy red edged in white. Banked with ferny gray-blue foliage, the flowers really pop in the shade. Bareroot. Z 4-9 | mid-spring/late summer | part/full shade | H: 12”, W: 15-18”

34013 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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PP#22,739. cv. 'Hordival.' The classic look in Bleeding Heart, with puffy red hearts tipped in white dangling in long rows from leafless wine-red stems. Hummingbirds adore these blooms! Spring foliage emerges tinged with purple on this quick-growing shade-lover. By late summer, it has gone dormant in most gardens, but reappears next spring for another season of glory. Bareroot.

Z 3-9 | late spring | part/full shade | H: 30", W: 30"

34474 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

3. Dicentra 'King of Hearts'

This rebloomer continues to set new buds even during the heat of summer in moist soil. Excellent for cutflowers, the 1-inch carmine blooms dangle from slender, slightly arching 10- to 15-inch stems, held above lush blue-green foliage. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring/late summer | part shade | H: 12-15", W: 15-18"

34736 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

4. Lamprocapnos spectabilis 'Gold Heart'

The brilliant golden leaves of this exciting new Dicentra stay colorful all spring. Surprisingly robust, it produces masses of dainty pink bells in late spring and early summer, and makes an excellent companion to other shade lovers. It can tolerate dappled sunlight, but too much will burn out the lovely color, so treat your darkest garden corners to this splash of light! Developed by Nori Pope of Hadspen House in England, 'Gold Heart' offers an entirely new look for a familiar favorite. You will find it a trouble free garden presence! 1-Quart Container.

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31544 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

5. Anemone sylvestris

A fragrant groundcover Windflower for the shade! Snowdrop Anemone beautifully combines charm and resilience. Its glistening white, lightly fragrant blooms, measuring up to 2 inches across, appear singly on bare stems above divided foliage. And once the blossoms fade, they are replaced by wooly white seedheads. Eager to naturalize, it tolerates even dense shade, is unappetizing to deer, and makes a fine underplanting for perennials such as lilies. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | late spring/early summer | part/full shade | H: 12-15", W: 12-18"

49290 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

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'Sweetheart' can take the summer sun in stride, growing with vigor into an unbelievably lush, compact plant. Its form is virtually perfect—rounded and symmetrical, with cascading layers of richly colored leaves. The base of each leaf is bubblegum pink, with darker pink veining, a smattering of white flecks, and then a wide, fresh green margin. Striking! Each Pack Contains 5 Bulbs. Z 8-10 | part/full shade | H: 15", W: 12-24"

08640-PK-5 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $10.95 ea | 6 for $9.95 ea

2. Caladium 'Party Punch' New

PPAF. Neon-bright pink shades to a lighter shell-pink with touches of white before seguing into olive-green margins on this delightful Caladium. Really lights up the shade, indoors or out. Each Pack Contains 5 Bulbs.

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5. Caladium 'Peppermint' New

As the beautifully sculpted heart-shaped leaves on this bulb mature, they become more colorful and intensely bright, with rich lavender markings around the base overlaying the multiple shades of green. Distinctively different! Each Pack Contains 5 Bulbs.

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1. Corydalis curviflora 'Blue Heron'

1. Corydalis curviflora var. rosthomii 'Blue Heron'

Transform the spring shade garden with this amazing new introduction from noted plantsman Dan Hinkley! Abundant tubular sapphire-blue blooms, subtly fragrant, hang suspended above large, finely cut blue-gray foliage. May go dormant in summer, but will return for autumn, often reblooming in cool, short-season climates. Upright and non-spreading, it is a glittering jewel for the garden! 1-Quart Container.

2. Bergenia cordifolia 'Winter Glow'

Z 6-9 | mid-/late spring | part shade | H: 8-10", W: 10-12"

49199 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

2. Bergenia cordifolia 'Winter Glow'

An extraordinarily useful plant for partial shade, this Pig Squeak offers clusters of scarlet-pink blooms on burgundy stems just above its thick, leathery green leaves. Persisting all spring and often re-blooming in autumn, the flowers are attractive, but just as impressive is the brilliant shades of red and bronze the foliage acquires in autumn and winter. Easy to grow in a variety of conditions, including dry shade and coastal locations. It is evergreen and unpalatable to deer and rabbits. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | early spring/fall | part shade | H: 12-15", W: 12"

48434 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

3. Convallaria majalis 'Bordeaux'

This Lily-of-the-Valley is an improved strain. This bold, strong grower is especially well adapted for use as a groundcover, particularly in shady places. With minimum attention, a single bed will produce deliciously fragrant, long-stemmed bell-shaped flowers (held well above the foliage) in abundance as long as you live. Often the flowers are followed by small scarlet berries, extending the season of interest for this low-growing, carefree perennial. Each Pack Contains 3 Pips. Z 3-8 | mid/late spring | sun/shade | H: 8-10", W: 12-18"

30207-PK-3 - $12.95.ea | 3 for 11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

4. Cyclamen coum

The glory of the late winter garden is this super-easy bulb, which spreads slowly and majestically into large colonies over time. The lovely heart-shaped foliage is topped by all shades of pink, from shell to carmine, over many weeks. And Hardy Cyclamen thrives where few other plants will grow—in dry shade under trees! Very long-lived, it is lovely beneath shrubs. 1-Quart Container.

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Z 5-9 | late winter/early spring | full shade | H: 4"

48450 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

5. Cimicifuga racemosa 'Hillside Black Beauty'

(Syn. Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty.') PP#9,988. Considered to be the best dark-leaved Bugbane for northern zones, this is an elegant plant with delicate, dark coppery-purple ferny leaves on tall, graceful stalks. In fall, stout stems bear 12-inch, strongly fragrant wands of creamy-white bottlebrushlike flowers. Our tissue-propagated plants are nematode-free and grow best in a cool location and moisture-retentive soil. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late summer/mid-fall | part/full shade | H: 5-6', W: 2-3'

48359 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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Few plants impart such a light, airy, cooling effect, or provide such a range of textures for the garden as Ferns. They like a light, highly organic soil with ample moisture during their growing season, more so as the plants are becoming established. Our plants are of northern ancestry for extra hardiness, and perform better and better with age. Do not plant too deep; set the crowns at or just below soil level. A year-round mulch is recommended.

1. Dryopteris koidzumiana

The long, tapered bipinnate fronds of this Japanese native begin to uncurl late in spring, continuing to arise throughout the growing season. A brick red, they offer beautiful contrast to the sage-green mature foliage. Lacy and arching, these fronds add delicate texture and superb color to dappled shade, thriving best in consistently moist, neutral soil. Evergreen in mild climates, this plant prefers a sheltered spot. 1-Quart Container. 1. Dryopteris koidzumiana

Z 5-8 | part shade | H: 18-24", W: 12-18"

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This showy native perennial sends up a big clump of brilliant violet-red stems, held in a vase shape, from which long, lacy fronds unfurl. Easily the showiest Lady Fern we've ever grown, it tolerates heat and humidity and refuses to fade in summer! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | part shade | H: 18", W: 36"

48998 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

3. Athyrium niponicum var. pictum

Often difficult to locate and always in demand, Japanese Silver-Painted Fern is a miniature treasure for the partly- to fully-shaded garden. Its lush, finely-cut foliage of rich green is marked with a central stem of bright crimson and silvery highlights. The effect in a dark corner of the garden is quite dramatic! 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | part/full shade | H: 18", W: 18"

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Illuminate the shade garden with this stunning American hybrid! 'Ghost' is a terrifically versatile fern, outstandingly lovely in its own right as well as being the perfect foil for surrounding green- and blue-leaved plants. A cross between Lady Fern and Japanese Silver-Painted Fern, Ghost combines finely divided foliage, excellent upright habit, and silvery-gray fronds so luminous they appear to glow. Ghost is happily indifferent to soil type, and tolerates more dryness than most of its family. If planting multiple 'Ghosts', space them about a foot apart in partial to full shade. A wonderful groundcover or container choice, too! 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | part/full shade | H: 24-36", W: 18-24"

48349 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

2. Iris cristata 'Tennessee White'

So white that they brighten every bloom around them, these charming flowers are held wide on neat little plants. They stand up to garden stresses of all kinds, multiplying over time into a large, glorious planting. This dwarf crested Iris is a sport of 'Alba,' and an exceptional choice for cut-flowers. 4 Inch Pot. Z 3-9 | early/mid-spring | part shade | H: 10-12", W: 10"

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44866 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

3. Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance'

Two Seasons of Coppery Radiance Every Year! The long, shiny, elegant 1 to 2-foot fronds of this hardy fern unfurl bright copper in spring, then go green for summer, and burnish russet-orange again in fall! Evergreen, tolerant of heat, humidity, and cold, and very adaptable to dry shade, this 2-foot fern is one of the easiest and most beautiful garden accents anywhere. Water and feed it heavily the first year, then let it go — it withstands even the shade beneath trees, yet can take morning sun without burning or greening out! 1-Quart Container. Z 5-8 | part/full shade | H: 24", W: 24"

49587 - $13.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

4. Matteuccia struthiopteris

Tall, graceful fronds that resemble Ostrich feathers spread at the tip with maturity, creating a lovely canopy of finely-cut foliage. This hardy fern thrives in moist, rich soil. One of the most majestic, it is a favorite for low-maintenance beauty in the shade. 1-Quart Container. Z 2-7 | sun/part shade | H: 5', W: 24-36"

48442 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

5. Iris cristata 'Powder Blue Giant'

Larger-flowered and far more vigorous than the species, this spendid sky-blue native Iris gleams in the garden, complementing the early spring-blooming bulbs. Native to the northeastern U.S., this crested Iris is multistemmed for a generous show of 3-inch blue blooms marked with a distinctive design of yellow and white. Very easy to grow, and determined to bloom! 4 Inch Pot. Z 3-9 | mid-/late spring | part shade | H: 6-8", W: 12-15"

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1. Helleborus Royal Heritage™ Strain

Our signature collection of seed-grown Hellebores, the Royal Heritage Strain is unparalleled for vigorous growth, tough, bold, attractive evergreen foliage, and a wide range of striking colors on long-lasting 2 to 21/2 inch blooms. Largely resistant to nibbling deer and other creatures, content even in heavy clay or poorly fertile soil, and exceptionally tolerant of heat, humidity, cold, and—once established—drought. It is a sublime strain worthy of the finest garden. Developed and introduced by John Elsley, this strain has proven its merit for over twenty years. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | early winter/spring | part/full shade | H: 11/2 -2', W: 2-3'

40596 - $13.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

2. Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles' New

One of the very best brown- to purple-leaved cultivars, it sets new foliage of pinkish-copper in spring, deeply ruffled and utterly breathtaking. As they mature, the leaves flatten a bit and turn chocolate-brown to midnight purple. Rounded and lobed, the leaves measure 3 to 5 inches wide. Wiry scarlet stems 15 to 24 inches high bear masses of bell-shaped white blooms over many weeks, adding to the ornamental appeal. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 12", W: 12-18"

43867 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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3. x Heucherella 'Sweet Tea'

PP#21,296. A delectable display of cinnamon, burnt orange, and claret tones covers these handsome 4-inch leaves, brighter in spring and fall yet still present through summer's heat. Evergreen in mild climates, 'Sweet Tea' is topped by plumes of creamy-white blooms on 7-inch stems, but the large, scalloped leaves are the focal point. Heat- and humiditytolerant, it grows quickly into a dense, mounding plant for border or container. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring | part/full shade | H: 20”, W: 28”

31561 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

4. Heuchera 'Circus' New

PPAF. If you're looking for a plant that's "in season" from spring until frost, this heat-tolerant Coral Bells from French breeders Thierry and Sandrine Delabroye is the answer. Spring brings large leaves of chartreuse with maroon veining, plus magenta flowers on slender brown stems. In summer the foliage is green with reddish-black veins, and in autumn it turns brilliant shades of pink and yellow among the green. Magnificent! 1-Quart Container.

5. x Heucherella 'Thunderbird' New PPAF. Royal tones of gold and purple combine on these big, showy leaves! In spring, the new foliage unfurls in brightest golden overlaid with deep red. As the season progresses, the gold glows only on the edges and along the veins. By summer, the gold has turned to emerald green and the center to rich violet! Appleblossom-pink blooms top 16-inch scapes for several weeks. Best gold color is in more sun. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/shade | H: 9", W: 20"

32325 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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1. Heuchera 'Georgia Peach'

PP#19,375. Bright pinkish-orange spring and early summer foliage gives way to shades of purple and red in autumn and winter on this handsome H. villosa hybrid. Overlaid with a silvery sheen, these large, rounded leaves reach 8 inches wide. Ivory bell-shaped blooms on dark red stems 30 inches high add to the ornamental appeal. Very tolerant of heat and humidity, this native plant attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Evergreen in mild climates. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | early summer | shade/part shade | H: 14", W: 24"

43191 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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PPAF. Few perennials can boast the adaptability and three-season beauty of this exciting Coral Bells. The foliage is deep purple to chocolate-brown, overlaid with silver. They keep their color even in extreme heat on compact plants just 18 inches high when not topped by spikes of big, shell-pink blooms. 1-Quart Container.

Z 3-9 | late spring/early summer | shade/shade | H: 18", W: 12-18"

2. Heuchera 'Dark Chocolate'

3. Heuchera x villosa 'Citronelle'

PP#17,934. Brilliant chartreuse foliage distinguishes this sun-tolerant mutation of H. 'Caramel.' It radiates with unusual strength, and is topped by creamy-white bellshaped blooms. 4-Inch Pot. Z 4-9 | mid/late summer | shade/part shade | H: 10-15", W: 15-24"

47408 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

4. Heuchera 'Obsidian'

3. Heuchera x villosa 'Citronelle'

5. Heuchera villosa 'Christa'

PP#20,764. One of the exciting H. villosa hybrids from French breeder Thierry Delabroye, 'Christa' offers improved tolerance of heat and humidity plus outstanding warm-toned color. Its new foliage emerges rose-purple with peach coloring on the undersides, positively glowing when lit by the early spring sun. Over time, the leaves develop more peach hues with a light dusting of silver, providing a shimmering backdrop to the creamy pink bellshaped blooms. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | midsummer | shade/shade | H: 8-10", W: 8-10"

PP#14,836. With foliage as glossy, jet-black, and showy as the stone for which it's named, 'Obsidian' is a glittering beauty. Unlike other Coral Bells, these leaves won't green out in warm weather, but keep their deep hues throughout the growing season! In early summer, clusters of tiny cream-colored blooms dangle high above the foliage on 2-foot stems. Excellent as edging, accents, and groundcover, it tolerates heat, humidity, and severe winter weather. 1-Quart Container.

48106 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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31560 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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Hostas

Hostas are widely recognized for the beauty and richness of their foliage, unequaled in any other shade-loving plant. Their leaves are perfect for cutting, and some even boast fragrant or showy blooms. Combine them with ferns in the shade border to create a marvelous contrast in texture and color. We offer a selection of the finest species and cultivars.

1. x Heucherella 'Golden Zebra'

2. Hosta 'Sparkler'

1. x Heucherella 'Golden Zebra'

2. Hosta 'Sparkler'

Z 4-9 | late spring/early summer | part/full shade | H: 10", W: 15"

Z 3-9 | early summer | part/full shade | H: 6", W: 10"

48526 - $15.95 ea | 3 for $13.95 ea | 6 for $12.95 ea

31524 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

4. Hosta 'Sum of All'

5. Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears'

PPAF. Exquisite large, maple-like leaves of bright yellow sport dark red "shadows" that add depth and beauty to this densely-layered, brilliantly colored plant. Topped by bell-shaped white blooms over many weeks, this heatand humidity-tolerant shade lover is a fine choice for the perennial or shrub border, container, or as a groundcover. 1-Quart Container.

Its name says it all: this giant Hosta sports massive leaves 16 inches long and a foot wide, so substantial that slugs and snails cannot nibble through them, nor sun scald them. A lovely band of gold edging each leaf widens with time, framing the foliage brilliantly. Introduced by Zilis in 2000, this sport of H. 'Sum and Substance' is an unforgettable garden presence. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | late summer | sun/shade | H: 3', W: 5'

PPAF. Long, slender lance-shaped leaves of deep green boast a jagged stripe of white down the center on this sport of H. 'Fireworks.' Forming a neat mound in garden or container, 'Sparkler' is proving more vigorous than its parent, with thick foliage that discourages nibbling slugs. Pale lavender blooms top the foliage on 8-inch scapes as spring turns to summer. 1-Quart Container.

This delightful miniature Hosta offers a snug mound of small, rounded bluegreen leaves, each just 2 inches long and 2 inches wide. A mutation of H. 'Blue Cadet,' it sports lavender blooms held just above the foliage, and keeps its blue tones well in summer heat. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | early/latesummer | part/full shade | H: 6", W: 12"

48054 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

48488 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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3. Hosta 'Blue Ivory'

3. Hosta 'Blue Ivory'

PP#19,623. A lovely mid-sized Hosta that tolerates even dense shade, 'Blue Ivory' charms with new spring foliage of bright blue edged in rich cream. By summer the blue has become aquamarine and the cream is white, acquiring a greenish cast in the hottest weather. These thick leaves discourage even the hungriest snail or slug, and are topped by lavender blooms on 2-foot scapes. A sport of H. 'Halcyon,' it is garden-tough and beautiful from spring until frost. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | midsummer | part/full shade | H: 16", W: 30"

31562 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

6. Heuchera 'Venus'

The latest in the dazzling Planet series of Dutch Heuchera cultivars, this magnificently mounding, compact plant offers dark veins and a bright silvery sheen on every leaf. Held straight out and densely layered, the foliage creates a symmetrical overall shape. Small white blooms on slender 15-inch stems top the plant for many weeks, but the foliage is the main attraction. Evergreen in mild climates and unpalatable to deer, it is a fine accent planting. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | late spring/midsummer | sun/part shade | H: 8", W: 10-12"

48937 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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PPAF. A sport of the 2010 Hosta of the Year, 'First Frost,' this fine selection shows off leaves of a frosty blue with a bright yellow border that fades to creamy white during the summer— margins that are much wider than those of its predecessor! In mid to late summer, this medium-sized, versatile perennial is topped with light lavender flowers that entice in hummingbirds. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | mid-/late summer | part shade/full shade | H: 12", W: 24"

49332 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

3. Hosta 'Touch of Class'

This recent TETRAPLOID form of the popular Hosta June is a breakthrough in vigor and foliage substance! The large, heart-shaped leaves are incredibly thick, standing up nicely to wind, rain, and heat. And the color patterning is spectacular: the base is chartreuse-golden, with a large, jagged blue margin. And the place where the blue overlaps the golden is bright green! Reaching 16 inches high and 22 inches wide, this plant is topped by 1-inch lavender blooms on 2-foot stems in midsummer. Very vigorous, long-lived, and beautiful! 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | mid-summer | part shade | H: 16", W: 22"

49478 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

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2. Hosta 'Dancing Queen'

A standout in any Hosta display, this elegant cultivar emerges in spring with bright yellow leaves that keep their color until midsummer, when they become a paler shade of primrose beneath lavender blooms on 28-inch scapes. Lovely piecrust edges ripple each leaf, and prominent "quilting" begins at a young age. Absolutely spectacular! 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | mid-/late summer | part/full shade | H: 18", W: 30"

48443 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

4. Hosta 'Trifecta'

Compact and lush, this beautiful sport of 'Little Sunspot' graces the shade with heart-shaped foliage sporting 3 distinct colors. The edges of each leaf are dark green, the center is pure white, and streaks of gold to chartreuse occupy the middle! Even the lavender flowers are attractive, held outwards on sturdy stems and much larger than most. 'Trifecta' is very handsome in the front of the border, in containers, or as edging. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | midsummer | part/full shade | H: 6", W: 10"

49201 - $11.95 ea | 3 for $10.95 ea | 6 for $9.95 ea

5. Hosta 'Empress Wu'

PP#20,774. Boasting leaves 18 inches wide and lavender flowers on 5-foot stems, this astonishing hybrid of H. 'Big John' x 'Xanadu' dominates any setting. Heavily quilted, substantial heart-shaped leaves improve in texture and thickness every year, creating an unforgettable sight. Named for the only female emperor of China, 'Empress Wu' is commanding! 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | midsummer | part shade | H: 4', W: 5-6'

48927 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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1. Tiarella 'Sugar and Spice'

2. Hosta 'Devil's Advocate'

1. Tiarella 'Sugar and Spice'

PP#16,738. Glossy, brown-striped foliage marks this fast grower in summer and winter! Pest-resistant, it tolerates morning sun or deep shade. Fragrant 5-inch flowers of pink and white enhance the appeal. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | mid-spring | part/full shade | H: 8", W: 12"

49348 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

4. Tiarella 'Spring Symphony'

PP#12,397. Airy bottlebrushes of palest pink on 10-inch spikes cluster atop this compact selection of our native Foamflower for several weeks, releasing a subtle, sweet fragrance. After they finally pass, the large, deeply lobed olive green foliage marked in black along the midribs keeps the plant attractive through winter in mild areas. Very easy to grow, it shows the best variegation in cool weather. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-8 | early spring/summer | part/full shade | H: 6", W: 10"

48446 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

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Each beautiful heart-shaped leaf on this tall, upright Hosta is substantial and brightly colored, its variegation becoming more pronounced as the season progresses. In spring, the new foliage is blue-green with grass-green margins. As summer arrives, the margins lighten to celery-green! Very slug-resistant, this sport of the beloved 'Blue Angel' is a stunning centerpiece for any planting. White blooms on 4-foot scapes attract butterflies but are not showy. 1-Quart Container. Z 3-9 | mid-summer | part/full shade | H: 3', W: 4'

31571 - $21.95 ea | 3 for $18.95 ea | 6 for $17.95 ea

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3. Hosta 'Prarie Sky'

3. Hosta'Prairie Sky' New

PP#17,309. Saturated with rich blue tones, these substantial, cupped leaves radiate cool color from the shade. Descended from 'Blue Jay,' this Hans Hansen introduction is vigorous and well-shaped, with good quilting and intense color that refuses to fade, even in southern summers. Pale lavender blooms on 18- to 24-inch scapes top the foliage over several weeks. A superb blue Hosta! 1-Quart Container.

Z 3-8 | midsummer | part/full shade | H: 14-18", W: 36"

32303 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

6. Hosta 'Vulcan'

Absolutely the most colorfast blue, it keeps its rich aqua tones and its cupped, slightly twisted and rippled texture even in 2/3 -day sun! This Don Dean introduction sports leaves 11 inches long and up to 9 inches wide, deeply corrugated and vibrantly colored. Best cupping in more shade. Lavender blooms on 26- to 29-inch scapes. 1-Quart Container.

A brilliant tricolor Hosta with a white center, yellow streaks, and dark green edges, this sport of 'Captain Kirk' so delighted its breeder (Hans Hansen) that he planted it beside his front door! Cupped, slightly elongated heartshaped leaves mound lavishly on this plant, topped by 2-foot white scapes bearing lavender blooms. And the pure white center will not melt out, no matter what the weather does! 1-Quart Container.

Z 3-9 | midsummer | part shade | H: 23", W: 38"

Z 3-9 | mid-/late summer | part/full shade | H: 22", W: 36"

32274 - $19.95 ea | 3 for $16.95 ea | 6 for $15.95 ea

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Distinctively different, this Chinese Heuchera relative is a fascinating slow-growing groundcover. The very large, thick-lobed leaves emerge bright green in spring, but begin turning red in summer, and by fall they are entirely crimson, especially in cooler climates! Small starry white blooms in spring create additional interest, but it is the foliage that always amazes on this spreading, mounded plant. 1-Quart Container.

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2. Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

PP#12,138. Grown for its large, silver-splashed leaves, this fast-growing shade groundcover also sports big clusters of showy raspberry to lavender blooms in spring. Ideal with Hostas and happy even in full shade, it needs only rich, moist soil to thrive. Resistant to powdery mildew and to slugs, it's perfect for new and experienced gardeners alike, adding bright color to the darkest garden corners! 1-Quart Container.

Z 4-9 | mid-/late spring | part shade | H: 8-12", W: 12-15"

Z 4-9 | mid-/late spring | part/full shade | H: 12", W: 12-18"

48886 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

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4. Phlox divaricata 'Mary Helen'

A native Woodland Phlox, boasting larger and more blooms than older cultivars. The flowers are white to palest lilac, and so dense that the foliage vanishes during full bloom. Slow spreading groundcover, edging, or container choice, asking only for rich, moist soil and bright indirect light. 4 Inch Pot. Z 3-8 | early spring | part shade/shade | H: 10", W: 12"

40663 - $12.95 ea | 3 for $11.95 ea | 6 for $10.95 ea

5. Tricyrtis formosana 'Gilt Edge'

3. Viola walteri 'Silver Gem'

If you're looking for a durable ground cover that provides eye-catching foliage and ease of care, look no further. 'Silver Gem' boasts trailing stems and delicate violet-blue blooms in mid spring that persist through fall. Its dense, tidy mat of heart-shaped, silver-streaked foliage is unmistakable and undeterred by dry conditions. 4 Inch Pot. Z 5-8 | mid-spring/mid-fall | part shade | H: 3-5", W: 10-15"

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5. Tricyrtis formosana 'Gilt Edge'

A shade- and moisture-loving Toad Lily, this charming plant flowers for weeks during the dull late-summer-earlyfall season when the garden is at one of those awkward "in between" stages! The bright blooms with a white base are overlaid with purple freckles and streaks. Bold, glossy foliage edged in creamy-yellow maintains ornamental interest when the plant is not in bloom. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-8 | late summer/early fall | full shade | H: 20-24", W: 20-30"

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Groundcovers beautify your property while reducing labor and maintenance. Once established, they are a carefree means of carpeting difficult areas, growing ideally in shaded or partially shaded areas where grass will not grow, or in hard to reach or sloping areas where mowing is difficult. Use mulch 1 to 2 inches deep the first two seasons for rapid rooting of runners.

PP#15,815. Shiny scalloped leaves of ebony-purple cover this super-easy, quickspreading plant. Topped by deep blue flowers for many weeks, this groundcover transforms any spot into a gleaming dark carpet, choking out weeds and preventing soil erosion. Happy in most any type of soil, it's evergreen in mild and warm climates. Give it more sun for darkest color. 1-Quart Container.

1. Thymus praecox 'Coccineus'

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Creeping Thyme is among the most effective of ground covers, forming a tight mat that keeps weeds down and maintains soil moisture. When it blooms it is incredibly colorful, completely hiding its bright green foliage in crimson-pink flowers. 1-Quart Container. Z 4-9 | early summer | full sun | H: 1-4", W: 12-18"

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2. Phlox subulata 'North Hills' New An entirely fresh look for our native Creeping Phlox! Masses of starry white blooms sport a deep blue eye, blanketing the bright green foliage for several weeks. Shear them back right after the blooms pass, and they may repeat. Butterflies adore this Phlox! 1-Quart Container. Z 2-9 | late spring | sun | H: 4-6", W: 12-18"

32298 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

3. Pachysandra procumbens

American Pachysandra is far more gardenworthy than the ubiquitous Japanese species, yet is seldom used. Evergreen in mild climates, beautifully variegated, drought-tolerant, and slow to naturalize, it is a valuable groundcover. Notched blue-green leaves with silver veins and speckles are topped by small pinkish-white blooms on plants that tolerate drought, clay soils, and problem areas. Highly recommended. 4 Inch Pot. Z 5-9 | late winter/early spring | shade | H: 8-12", W: 12"

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Small pinwheels of lavender-pink and white carpet the ground on this super-easy cultivar of the native species. Left alone by deer, adored by hummingbirds and butterflies, and tolerant of heat, cold, humidity, and even drought, it sports needlelike evergreen foliage and often reblooms in fall if sheared back promptly. 1-Quart Container.

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Truly a four-season shrub, this semi-evergreen begins spring with starry pink flowers, followed by glossy, round berries of bright scarlet that persist throughout autumn and well into winter. Small, rounded leaves of deep green turn reddish orange to maroon in autumn. The growth pattern of this groundcover is dense and rather stiff, with bristly shoots jutting outward in a herringbone pattern. Useful for espaliering or scrambling over stones in a rock garden as well as covering ground. Slow-growing and unappetizing to deer, Rockspray Cotoneaster attracts bees, butterflies, and birds into the garden, and is quite drought-tolerant once established. 1-Gallon Container.

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Z 5-9 | late summer | sun/part shade | H: 8-12", W: 12-18"

Z 3-6 | early/mid spring | sun/part shade | H: 24-36", W: 24-36"

48437 - $9.95 ea | 3 for $8.95 ea | 6 for $7.95 ea

46826 - $17.95 ea | 3 for $15.95 ea | 6 for $14.95 ea

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Z 2-8 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | H: 6", W: 12-15"

Z 3-7 | late spring/early summer | part/full shade | H: 3-8", W: 24-36"

Quickly meandering over rocks and across troublesome bare spots, this quick-spreading groundcover begins blooming in late summer with peacock-blue flowers. As the weather cools, the foliage turns a rich mahogany. Plumbago is superb for ground cover, edging, or underplanting shrubs. 1-Quart Container.

A glorious evergreen groundcover for sandy, acid soils and open locations, it is especially valuable for coastal regions. Tiny, glossy green leaves densely cover even the poorest soils. Lower growing than the species, its dark foliage bronzes in winter. Very free-flowering, its small, pinkish-white bell-shaped flowers last for a full 6 weeks, followed by plenty of beautiful red berries. Vigorous and trouble free. 1-Quart Container.

An outstanding ornamental for the North! From early to mid-spring it bears attractive true pink, 1/2-inch bell-shaped flowers in terminal clusters. Year-round it sports long, slender, elegant blue leaves that look fresh and attractive! Perfect for a groundcover or edging. 1-Quart Container.

A miniature Dogwood with showy, white woodland wildflowers arising on 3- to 8-inch , umbrella-shaped foliage! The whorled, dark green leaves spread over time into a large, glossy mat. Blooms arise in late spring and early summer, followed in late summer by bright scarlet berries; in fall the leaves blush crimson and deep red. Plant in shade and in well-drained, moist, and acidic woodland soil high in humus. Cannot ship to FL. 1-Quart Container.

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48968 - $16.95 ea | 3 for $14.95 ea | 6 for $13.95 ea

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6. Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegata'

Year-round appeal is the hallmark of this small creeping evergreen Wintergreen. The fragrant, shiny dark green leaves turn a rich burgundy in fall, and petite, bell-shaped blossoms of white blushed with pale pink are borne in spring, followed by brilliant scarlet berries that persist from midsummer into the next spring. 1-Quart Container.

Variegated Bishop's Weed is a vigorous groundcover with lovely white-splashed foliage and small white blooms over several weeks. It can withstand a lot of foot traffic and is remarkably tolerant of dry shade. 1-Quart Container.

Z 3-8 | late spring/late summer | part/full shade | H: 6", W: 36"

48431 - $8.95 ea | 3 for $7.95 ea | 6 for $7.50 ea

46604 - $14.95 ea | 3 for $12.95 ea | 6 for $11.95 ea

Z 3-9 | late spring/early summer | sun/part shade | W: 6", W: 36"

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