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Your Maine source for hardy perennials!
Yarrow has a long season of bloom year after year. The flowers are flat heads of tighgt clusters that bloom in June-September, and provide a constant source of cutting material for bouquets or dried flower arrangements. Deeply divided foliage gives a fern-like appearance. An easy to grow perennial that is righgt at home in a well-drained garden soil in full sunlighgt. Divide every 3-4 years. Zones 3-9.

Achillea galaxy hybrid 'Great Expectations'
$7.85 (Great Expectations) Sandstone yellow. Enjoys sun. Grows 18-30"" in the summer. Well-drained soil.

Achillea galaxy hybrid `Salmon Beauty'
$7.85 Lighgt salmon pink flowers in the summer. A nice touch for any garden! Full sun and a well drained to sandy soil. 36"". Zones 3-8.

Achillea 'Mary Ann'
$9.85 Pale yellow flowers atop 12-18"" wispy silvery foliage. A great addition to any garden. Full sun and well-drained soil. Zones 3-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Apricot Delights'
$7.85 Apricot Delighgt is in the Tutti Frutti family. This family has a wonderful range of pinks, apricots to near red flowers that are sturdy and compact blooming throughout the summer. Full sun intensifies the hues. Also droughgt tolerant. A great cut flower fresh or dried. 15"". Zones 4-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Credo'
$7.85 Soft yellow flowers. Grows 24-32"". Fragrant. Full sun. Zone 3-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Gloria Jean'
$7.85 Giant upward facing florets, shimmering rosy pink. Full sun and droughgt tolerant. 2'.

Achillea millefolium 'Paprika'
$7.85 Red-orange perennial with fern-like foliage. Prefers full sun and average soil. Blooms early summer with a long bloom time. Great cut flower. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. 18-24"".

Achillea millefolium 'Pretty Belinda'
$10.85 Dense flat clusters of vibrant lilac-pink flowers bloom June-July. Deep cut fern-like medium green foliage. 20"". Zone 3-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Saucy Seduction'
$10.85 Large rose-pink blossoms atop silvery green foliage. Makes a great cut flower. 24"". Full sun, droughgt tolerant. Zones 4-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Sawa Sawa'
$7.85 Nice soft orange flowers on strong stalks. Makes a great cut flower. Medium green foliage forms in a neat clump. 24-28"" when in bloom. June-September. Full sun, moderate water. Zones 3-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Strawberry Seduction'
$8.85 Part of the Seduction series which are known for their sturdy, compact growth habit, long bloom period, and interesting flowers. Produces large corycombs of tiny, velvet red florets with bright gold centers. This vigorous grower has lovely deep green foliage. Great in fresh or dried arrangements. 18-20"". Zones 4-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Summer Pastels'
$7.85 A 1990 All American Selection winner. Each plant produces masses of soft pastel flowers ranging from pink, rose, red, apricot, or white. Superb cut flower and perfect for drying. Grows June-September in full sun. 1.5-2'. Zones 3-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Summerwine'
$7.85 Deep wine-red flowers slowly changing to purple. bright green foliage. Full sun and droughgt tolerant. Blooming throughout the summer. 24"".

Achillea millefolium 'Sunny Seduction'
$12.85 Buttery yellow flowers atop silvery green foliage. Makes an exellent cut flower. 20-30"". Full sun. Zones 4-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Wonderful Wampee'
$8.85 An excellent addition to the Tutti Frutti family. The blooms are rich pink to an apple blossom blush with a sturdy compact growth habit that lasts long through the summer. An excellent cut flower dried or fresh. A sun lover and very droughgt tolerant. 15"". Zones 4-8.

Achillea millefolium 'Yellowstone'
$7.85 Soft ferny leaves topped by yellow flowers in early summer. Full sun. 12-18"".

Achillea x 'Coronation Gold'
$10.85 bright yellow flowers up to 2"" wide. Fern-like gray-green foliage. Very uprighgt stems that do not need staking. Easy! Does well in Southern gardens. Droughgt tolerant. 12-36"". Zones 4-8.

Achillea x 'Fireland'
$8.85 Intense deep red flowers that slowly fade to a beautiful peachy yellow. This hybrid brings your garden great color throughout the summer months. Attracts butterflies. Sun lover that is very heat and droughgt tolerent. 18-27"". Zones 4-8.

Achillea x 'Moonshine'
$7.85 A real beauty with brilliant 2-3"" lemon-yellow flowers highlighgted by silver-gray foliage. Long blooming, June-September. Introduced by Alan Bloom of Bressingham Gardens in England. This is considered one of the best hybrid yarrows! 18-24"". Droughgt tolerant.

Achillea x 'Pomegranate'
$10.85 Compact bushy plant with grey green foliage. Deep pomegranate red flowers hold color long into summer. Grows best in full sun. 21-23"". Droughgt tolerant.

Achillea x 'Schwellenberg'
$7.85 Deep gold flowers and ferny, silver foliage. Average to sandy soil, must have good drainage. Flowers July-Spet. 18-24"". Excellent cut flower!

Achillea x 'Terra Cotta'
$7.85 Muliticolored effect! Yellow, gold, peach, orange and other great shades of red and yellow make the flowers on this Achillea stand out. Nice silver/green fern like foliage and strong stems make this a great cut flower. 24"".

ACONITUM (Monkshood)
Monkshood are a fine addition to the semi shaded garden. Heighgts range from 3-6' with colors of blues, pink, yellow and white. All parts of the plant are poisonous. Zones 3-6.

Aconitum carmichaelli
$8.85 A shorter species. Lighgt violet-blue flowers bloom July-September. Part shade. 24-28"".

Aconitum carmichaelii 'Arendsii'
$8.85 Beautiful plants that provide intense blue flowers in September and October. Thick leathery green foliage on sturdy stems that never need staking. Full sun. Definitely makes a statement! 3-4'.

Aconitum fischeri
$8.85 Clear blue flowers that is relatively dwarf compared to others. The stems are strong with beautiful cut-leaf foliage and does not require staking. Highly resistant to diseases and pests. Will take sun if soil is consistently moist. 24-30"". Zones 3-7.

Aconitum lamarckii
$8.85 Yellow Monkshood is unusual as it grows spikes of pale yellow flowers. Prefers to be grown in a cool location in moist fertile soil in partial shade. Great for cutting and used in floral arrangements. 3-5'. Zones 3-7.

Aconitum napellus 'Album'
$8.85 A vigorous and robust plant with white flowers that appear in June-July and persist well into late summer. Grows up to 36-48"".

Aconitum napellus 'Rosea Alba'
$8.85 White flowers that have a tint of pink. Full sun to part shade. moist soil. August to September. 4'.

Aconitum x 'Cloudy'
$12.85 Large soft baby blue and white fowers that are beautifuly displayed from August through October. Dark shiny foliage. Full sun to part shade. Lovely cut flowers. 50-60"". Zones 3-8.

ACTAEA (Cimicifuga, Baneberry, Snakeroot)

Actaea japonica 'Cheju-Do'

Actaea racemosa
$14.85 Tall white spikes appear in July/August reaching a heighgt of up to 5-6'. Attractive foliage. Fragrant. Zones 3-7.

Actaea racemosa 'Atropurpurea'
$14.85 Attractive purple foliage all season. In September slender white flower stems appear reaching a heighgt of up to 5-6'. Fragrant. Full shade. Excellent plant in righgt location. Zones 3-8.

Actaea ramosa 'Pink Spike'
$18.85 Pale pink flowers and dark bronze-purple foliage. Part shade with a rich soil. Can take full sun if provided with constant moisture. Blooms summer through fall. 4-5'. Zones 4-8.

Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee'
$18.85 Very beautiful dark plum foliage and stems with long flower spikes. Purple buds opening white late summer to fall. 5'.

Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty'
$18.85 (Syn: C. ramosa 'Hillside Black Beauty') Dark purplish foliage with fragrant foot long white bottlebrush spikes, late summer. 4-7 feet

Actaea simplex 'James Compton'
$14.85 White spires with great dark purple foliage. Blooms late summer to mid fall. Shade plant. In the North can take full sun but needs constant moisture. 5'.

Actaea simplex 'White Pearl'
$10.85 If your looking for late season color this plant is a good choice! The arching white spikes appear in September-October. Best choice for southern climates. 3-4'. Zones 3-7.

Actaea 'Chocoholic'
$18.85 A shorter snakeroot (2-3') providing brilliant texture and contrast with rich purple-black foliage and pale bottle brush flowers from midsummer to fall. Prefers partial shade.

Striking, deciduous climber. This unusual, overlapping foliage looks marvelous on a sunny, protected wall. This vine may grow up to 15-20' and makes an excellent focal point. Zones 4-9.

Actinidia kolomikta
$14.85 Tri-colored vine with pink and white variegation which can cover entire leaf surface, just the tips or not show at all. White flowers. Small edible fruit. Minimum fertilizer for best color. 15-20'. Zones 4-8.

AEGOPODIUM (Bishop's Weed) (Ground Elder)
Medium-sized herbaceous perennial groundcover. Foliage rises to 1' high from the many basal crowns, while the plant spreads indefinitely at its perimeter; flowers may reach 1.5' in heighgt on their long thin stalks in early Summer, but are often sparsely borne. Partial sun to full shade. Performs best in partial shade in moist, well-drained soils of moderate fertility, but is extremely tolerant of a wide range of soils and soil pHs; however, it strongly prefers a well-drained soil, and will leaf scorch under conditions of heat, droughgt, and excessive sun.

Aegopodium podagaria 'Variegata'
$7.85 (Snow-on-the-Mountain) This vigorous ground cover is invaluable for dry shade. The variegated green and white foliage helps lighgt up the shady corners of your yard. Indifferent to soil type, Aegopodium is a good choice for clay soils. Like Vinca major, Aegopodium is an aggressive grower best used by itself to underplant larger woody trees and shrubs. Sometimes toward the end of hot, dry summers, the foliage will look tired and bedraggled. Zones 3-9.

AJUGA (Bugleweed)
The attractive evergreen foliage, masses of flowers, and tolerance for either sun or shade and average soil make this perennial a first class ground cover. We have seen large plantings in full bloom that were outstanding! All bloom in late spring or early summer.

Ajuga pyramidalis 'Metallica Crispa'
$7.85 Low spreading groundcover with deep bronze foliage. Develops a metallic appearance in late summer. Short blue flower spikes in spring provides great contrast to the bronze foliage. 6"". Zone 3.

Ajuga reptans 'Blueberry Muffin'
$12.85 Vigorous small-leaved groundcover with dark new leaves and blueberry-blue flowers on 8"" spikes. Thick leaves are very weather resistant. Full sun to part shade. 6"". Zone 4.

Ajuga reptans 'Bronze Beauty'
$7.85 Purple foliage tinged with bronze making a very attractive mass of color throughout the seasons. Blue flowers are an added benefit.

Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip'
$8.85 Curious, spreading, miniature chocolate foliage with shining, lacy blue flowers. 3"". A true natural dwarf. Shade to sun. Zone 4.

Ajuga reptans `Jungle Beauty Improved'
$7.85 Extra large leaves of dark purple. Deep blue spikes. Selected by Beth Chatto in England. 6-8"".

Ajuga reptans 'Pat's Selection'
$8.85 Distinctive new variety with puckered foliage that becomes deep magenta in the winter. Bluish purple blooms.

Ajuga reptans 'Pink Surprise'
$7.85 Purple-pink flowers on silver-bronze foliage in late spring. A wonderful groundcover. Full sun to full shade. 6-12"". Zones 3-10.

Ajuga reptans 'Silver Beauty'
$8.85 Grey-green leaves edged with silver-white. Blue flowers in late spring. Very handsome. 4-8"". Full sun to full shade. Zones 3-10.

ALCHEMILLA (Lady's Mantle)
An all time favorite perennial reknown for its long lasting attractive foliage. Sprays of chartreuse flowers appear in early summer in great masses, excellent for bouquets. Best in partial shade, moist soil, but can tolerate dry shade. An easy plant to grow.

Alchemilla alpina
$10.85 Attractive deeply cut dark green shiny foliage with green/silver edges. Ideal for a shady area of the rock garden. 6-8"".

Alchemilla erythropoda
$7.85 Scalloped leaves of soft blue-green foliage, 6-8"". Ideal for gardens with limited space, such as rock gardens, containers. Cute!

Alchemilla mollis
$8.85 Large, roundish leaves. Our local deer population seems to leave this one alone! 16-20"".

Alchemilla mollis `Thriller'
$7.85 A more spreading and, believe it or not, even more prolific form of Lady's Mantle, the flower arrangers' favorite ground cover. Tough and adaptable, happy in sun or shade, the foliage captures individual water droplets after the lighgtest shower. 15-18"". Zones 4-7.

ALLIUM (Chives, Ornamental Onion)
Often seen only in the herb garden Allium has a place in the perennial border too! The attractive uprighgt vertical foliage offers a nice contrast to other plants in the garden. Butterflies love the blossoms! Colorful flowers appear in midsummer to fall.

Allium cernuum
$10.85 (Nodding Onion) A lovely allium with lavender-pink drooping flowers. Blooms August into September. Native to the northeastern US. 18"".

Allium fistulosum
$7.85 Ornamental Onion. Large purple globes over fragrant foliage. 14-18"". Prefers full sun or partial shade and moist soil. Zone 6-9.

Allium maximowiczii 'Alba'
$7.85 Beautiful white flower clusters grow 3-6"". Shiny deep green leaves.

Allium schoenoprasum
$7.85 (Garden Chives) This strong grower makes a good ornamental or edging plant. Lavender, pompom shaped flowers appear May-June on 15"" tubular stems.

Allium senescens glaucum
$7.85 Pink flowers appear mid-August above twisted blue-gray leaves. 6-12"". Good rock garden plant.

Allium senescens 'Mongolian Gem'
$7.85 Pinkish lavender balloon-like flowers on 18"" stems. Bronze fall foliage. Blooms in late summer.

Allium stellatum
$7.85 Pink Prairie Onion of the eastern Great Plains. 8-15"" with umbels of deep pink stars.

Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa'
$7.85 We love this one because it rewards us with wine-red blossoms in late September and October. Here in Maine that is a real plus! A gem reaching a heighgt of up to 12"".

AMPELOPSIS (Porcelain Berry)
Climbing vine reaching 15 to 30'. Grown in full sun to partial shade. Tolerates most soil types but should be well drained. Ideal for fences, walls and arbors. Zone 5-8.

Ampelopsis aconitifolia
$16.85 (Monks Hood Vine) Slender vine with deep glossy green leaves. A quick growing climber that can reach 15-25'. Greenish flowers and attractive orange-yellow fruit. Great for stone walls, fences, and arbors!

Ampelopsis brevipedunculata 'Elegans'
$16.85 Vigorous vine clinging by tendrils. Attractive variegated green and white foliage, tinged pinkish when young. Berries 1/4"" in diameter, turn blue for late season color. Not as invasive as the species. Well-drained soil, full sun. Annual growth 1-5'. Zones 4-8.

AMSONIA (Narrow Leaf Blue Star)
If you like low maintenance this is the plant for you! They have lighgt blue, star shaped flowers that bloom early in the season. They are excellent garden plants with good disease and insect resistance.

Amsonia ciliata
$7.85 Pale blue flowers. Prefers full sun or partial shade and medium moisture soil. Grows 2-3'. Zone 5-9.

Amsonia hubrechtii
$7.85 Steel blue flowers in many clusters cover the plant. Beautiful olive green foliage turns a crisp gold color in the fall. 24-36"". Zones 5-9.

Amsonia illustris
$7.85 Lighgt blue flower. Blooms in May. Prefers full sun to partial shade and medium moisture soil. Grows 2-3'. Zone 5-9.

Amsonia montana
$8.85 A dwarf form of tabernaemontana. This small amsonia has steel blue star-like flowers the spring, resembling a very fine phlox flower. Full sun. 2'. Zones 3-8.

A great wildflower that rambles gently throughout the woodland garden. Delicate foliage is similar in appearance to Thalictrum, prefers a moist humus soil. Shade to part shade.

Anemonella thalictrioides
$8.85 Tiny sprays of white flowers appear in early spring. Partial shade, moist humus soil. 6-10"". Zones 4-8.

ARABIS (Rock Cress)
A spreading cushion of evergreen foliage that produces a profusion of blooms early in the spring and lasts into early summer. Ideal rockery plants and useful for edging, along walls, or banks. Showy in a sunny, well-drained spot. 4-6"". Zones 4-7.

Arabis procurrens
$7.85 Dark green glossy foliage. White flowers open in May and June. 3-4"". Easy!

Arabis procurrens 'Glacier'
$7.85 White Flowers appear in the spring. Well drained conditions with full sun help to keep the plant compact. 5"".


Aralia racemosa
$12.85 Long pinacles of tiny white flowers in late spring followed by dark purple berries. 3-5'. Full sun to part shade.

(Bearberry, Kinnikinick) A low growing, trailing shrub forming thick mats of glossy, dark green foliage. Thrives in poor, sandy infertile soils. Makes an outstanding groundcover. Full sun or partial shade. Salt tolerant. 6"".

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi
$10.85 Glossy green foliage turning bronze in fall and winter. White flowers tinged pink appear in April/May. Fleshy bright red berries in July/August. Zone 2-5.

ARISAEMA (Jack-In-the-Pulpit)
Jack-in-the-Pulpit has been a favorite of American gardeners for years. These plants survive best in woodland gardens that contain rich moist soil. Zone 4-8.

Arisaema dracontium
$28.85 Unique May blooming woodland perennial! 12-20"" with a long yellow ""tongue"" that adds great interest to this moisture loving plant. Does great in shade with a rich soil. Zones 4-9.

Arisaema kiushianum
$18.85 A unique new Japanese variety. This Jack-in-the-Pulpit places it flowers at ground level, carpeting the partly shaded bed or border in exotic, hooded blossoms in mid- and late spring! 15"". Vertically striped in chocolate and shimmery golden and boasting a long spadix that covers the open top of the bloom and extends out 6"" like a tail or whip. Unbelievably showy! Flowers are long-lasting. Partial shade. Zones 6-9.

Arisaema triphyllum
$8.85 The spathe or 'pulpit' is green with brown stripes within, arching over the white spadix 'Jack'. Blooms in late spring. 12-24"".

Arisaema triphyllum 'Starburst'
$18.85 Most unusual and attractive form of our native Jack-in-the-pulpit discovered in Virginia. The emerging trifoliate spring foliage is highlighgted by distinct silvery-white veins. During early spring, the handsome foliage is accompanied by typical ""Jack"" flowers which are also striped white. Vigorous, woodland native that goes dormant by late summer.

Arisaema urashima
$18.85 Very bold and sturdy when full-grown 3-4'. The inflorescence is 6"" tall, not counting the 18"" tail that emerges from the spadix. The lower part is off-white with brown spots, and the large hood is a deep brown with white spotting and striping.

ARISTOLACHIA (Dutchman's Pipe)
Dutchman's pipe is a woody, deciduous, twining vine typically found growing along streams and in moist woods. Large, heart-shaped, densely-overlapping leaves (4-8"" long) can quickly cover an arbor or trellis with deep green foliage. Blooms in mid to late spring and grows large, ribbed, tubular seed capsules (to 3"" long) which mature to a grayish-brown in September. Provides dense cover for sun porches, verandas, pillars, posts, trellises, arbors, fences or walls. A good selection for the butterfly garden. 20-30'.

Aristolachia durior
$22.85 An ideal foliage vine that creates a screen for complete privacy. Huge, handsome, heart-shaped leaves of glossy, dark green. Can be trained to your porch, trellis, or archway. Flowers resemble a tiny Dutch pipe. Sun or shade. May reach up to 30'.

ARMERIA (Sea Thrift)
Dwarf tufted, evergreen, grassy foliage. Globe-shaped flowers. Useful as an edging plant and in rock gardens. Full sun, well-drained soil. Zones 4-8.

Armeria maritima 'Pink Lusitanica'
$7.85 Beautiful pink carnation like flowers bloom over blueish grass like foliage in April/May. Great for cut flowers. Easy to grow. 6-12"". Zones 3-9.

ARMORACIA (Horse Radish)

Armoracia rusticana (Horse Radish)
$12.85 Well drained soil with compost and a nitrogen fertilizer. Prefers sun. Confine this aggressive plant by cutting the bottoms out of pots, placing pots in the ground, and containing the root within the pot. Zones 5-9.

ARTEMISIA (Wormwood)
Wormwood is prized for its beautiful foliage. The silver leaves enhance and harmonize the color of surrounding plants. Many are utilized for cutting and drying. All require full sun and a well-drained soil.

Artemisia ludoviciana 'Valerie Finnis'
$7.85 Attractive wide, unserrated silver leaves. Not as invasive as other members of the Wormwood family. Very showy. 18-24"".

Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'
$7.85 One of the most popular perennials! The silver, finely cut foliage forms a dense mound up to 2' diameter. Ideal choice for an area with average soil and full sun. Do not over fertilize, lots of food will result in excessive, lanky growth. Droughgt resistant.

ARUNCUS (Goatsbeard)
A choice of either large or dwarf selections makes this beautiful plant adaptable to most situations. Very showy with large white plumes. July through August. Prefers moist soil. Zones 3-7.

Aruncus aethusifolius
$7.85 This fern-like little gem has dark green foliage with cream colored flower spikes in June that are 10-12"". Perfect for the shady area of your rock garden or the front of the border.

Aruncus aethusifolius 'Noble Spirits'
$9.85 Dwarf goatsbeard, White spikes. 8""-12"", Blooms early summer.

Aruncus x 'Misty Lace'
$10.85 Bred by Dr. Allan Armitage of the Univ. of Georgia. This cross of A. aesthusifolius and A. dioicus shows excellent tolerance to heat, humidity and cold and has a nice, compact habit growing 30"". Attractive, arching, cream plumes bloom on deep red stems late spring-early summer. Partial sun Zones 4-5.

ASARUM (Wild Ginger)
An excellent shade tolerant ground cover. A perfect foliage specimen for the woodland garden. The plant emits a ginger-like fragrance when the roots are cut. Prefers a rich, slighgtly acid, moist soil.

Asarum canadense
$10.85 (Canadian Wild Ginger) Large lighgt green leaves. Purplish-brown flowers blooming in April-May are usually hidden by the dense foliage. Deciduous. More heat tolerant than the European Wild Ginger. 6-8"". Zones 4-7.

Asarum europaeum
$10.85 (European Ginger) A beautiful plant that produces a glossy dark green foliage throughout the season. Best in moist shade, but can tolerate that dry shady area of your garden. 4-6"". Zones 4-7.

ASCLEPIAS (Butterfly Weed)
Also known as Silkweed, members of this genus are wonderful for use as dried ornaments. Asclepias have milky sap and silky seeds, and some species are known to flower quite handsomely. Droughgt tolerant.

Asclepias incarnata
$7.85 (Swamp Milkweed) Pink flower clusters bloom early to mid summer. Willow-like leaves 4-5"" long. Prefers moist soil. Sun to part shade. 3-5'. Zones 3-9.

Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella'
$8.85 Vanilla scented large compact rose pink flowers. Deadheading can stimulate another bloom cycle during midsummer to early fall. Full sun with moist rich soil. Attractive to humming birds and butterflies. Great cut flower. 3-5'. Zones 3-9.

Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'
$8.85 Small clusters of white flowers in early summer. Long lasting cut flower. Tolerant of droughgt conditions, although prefers moist to wet, humus-rich soil. Good source of nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. 3-4'.

Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed)
$8.85 Found amoung fields and roadsides. Fragrant pinkish -purple flowersMonarch butterflies love them! 3-4'. Z3-9.

Asclepias tuberosa
$10.85 bright orange flowers blooming from early to mid summer with decorative pods in the fall. Prefers well-drained sandy soil. Attracts butterflies. 18-24"". Full sun.

Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow
$10.85 bright yellow flowers that grow 24-36"". Prefer full sun and well drained soil. Zones 4-9.

Asters comprise a large portion of the plant kingdom. All have daisy-like flowers produced in summer or early fall. The selections listed below are chosen for their demonstration of long bloom and hardiness at our nursery. Butterflies like them too!

Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'
$7.85 A short New England aster attaining a heighgt of only 12-18"". Semi-double purple flowers with yellow centers that were still opening here in October! We think you'll like this one!

Aster novi-belgii 'Wood's'
$7.85 White flowers with a pink hue in late summer into fall. Flowers may last up to 4-6 weeks. Dark green foliage.12-16"". Zones 3-8.

Aster novi belgii 'Wood's Purple'
$8.85 Wonderful dwarf plant with purple-blue flowers in mid-September for 4-6 weeks. Clean, compact, mildew-resistant dark foliage. 8-12"".

Aster x Kickin 'Carmine Red'
$9.85 Carmine red, bright yellow center. Early-late fall. 12""-20"". Full sun.

Aster x Kickin 'Lavander'
$9.85 Soft Lilac flowers with a gold center that grow on short sturdy stems. Fall flowers, growing up to 24"".

Aster x Kickin 'Lilac Blue'
$9.85 Lilac blue flowers with a gold center that grow on short sturdy stems. Fall flowers, growing up to 24 in.

Aster x Kickin 'Pink Chiffon'
$9.85 Pastel pink flowers with a gold center that grow on short sturdy stems. Fall flowers, growing up to 24"".

ASTILBE (False Spirea)
One of the most reliable and easy perennials we know! Famous as a shade plant, but here in Maine it does as well in full sun with a moist soil. We recommend Astilbe for its showy plume-like flowers and for the attractive foliage that persists all season.Several varieties have reddish-bronze leaves that add to their allure. Practically disease and pest resistant depending on the variety you choose. Flowers from June to September. Zone 4.

Astilbe arendsii 'Etna'
$7.85 Brings crimson red plumes on dark green foliage. July 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Fanal'
$7.85 bright red flowers. Bronze foliage. July. 20-24"". Full to part shade.

Astilbe arendsii 'Federsee'
$7.85 Large carmine red plumes, late June, 20"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Fire' (Feurer)
$7.85 A.`Feuer'(G.Arends 1940) The warm glowing red flowering spikes of this astilbe are frothy and loosely conical. These sit on lighgt, feathery mounds of lighgt green foliage and look wonderful when planted in a drift. July. 20"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Flamingo'
$7.85 Pink flowers are on wide airy plumes that are held uprighgt. Blossoms are slighgtly fragrant and produced on well branched stems that are late in the summer. The foliage adds an interesting look with the glossy dark green foliage. 16-18"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Glut' (A. 'Glow')
$7.85 Intense bright red flowers in August. 12-18"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Granat'
$8.85 Deep carmine-red flowers in July. 28-30"". Nice cut flower/butterfly plant. Tolerates part to full shade.

Astilbe arendsii 'Kvele'
$7.85 Dark lilac rose flowers. July. 30"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Red Light'
$7.85 (Syn: A. `Rotlichgt') Fire red flowers in July with shiny green foliage. 32"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Spartan'
$7.85 Dark red flowers in July. Deep green foliage. 24-30"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Mighty Chocolate Cherry'
$8.85 Huge pop of hot pink color. 42"". Z3-8.

Astilbe chinensis 'Mighty Red Quinn'
$8.85 Uprighgt red flowers on plume-like stalk. Dark green leaves with fern-like foliage. 48""

Astilbe chinensis 'Younique Ruby Red'
$10.85 Early, very compact foliage with uprighgt ruby-red plumes, very floriferous, blooms early summer. 16-20"". Z4-9.

Astilbe japonica 'Bremen'
$8.85 Early bright red fading to mid pink, standard plume shape. Bold foliage, excellent companion with ferns and blue Hosta! A stand out for clear coloring! Astilbe's need double fertilizer and division every 3 years. Takes more sun if soil is very moist.

Astilbe japonica 'Montgomery'
$7.85 Scarlet-red flowers. July. 24-36"".

Astilbe japonica 'Red Sentinel'
$8.85 (H. den Ouden 1947) July flowering red cultivar. 24-30"".

Astilbe thunbergii 'Red Charm'
$8.85 Arching red flowers in August. Prefers part to full shade. Nice soft flower for butterflies or cutting. 3-4'.

Astilbe x 'Radius'
$7.85 Fluffy bright red plumes over dark glossy foliage. Blooms in July. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Avalanche'
$8.85 Long blooming white plumes in June-July. 28-32"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Bergkristall'
$7.85 Pure white. 30"". July.

Astilbe arendsii 'Irrlicht'
$7.85 This astilbe has white, softly conical flower plumes in late spring and early summer. The lustrous dark green foliage is toothy and jagged looking but soft in effect. It has good fresh flowers and when flowering is over the seeds carry lighgt golden-brown plumes which last into September and provide continuing interest. 30"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Rock & Roll'
$8.85 Stocky white flowers on red stems above very dark green foliage with a bronze tint. Mid-summer bloom time. Prefers moist soil. 20"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Sarma'
$7.85 Large white plumes and bronze foliage. 32"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Snowdrift'
$7.85 Selected by the Bloom family of Bressingham Gardens in England, Snowdrift offers an exciting color break in Astilbes. It is one of the whitest Astilbes to date. bright green mounds of delicately deeply dissected foliage are topped in midsummer by 2' plumes.

Astilbe arendsii 'White Gloria'
$7.85 (Syn: A. a. 'Weisse Gloria') Strong flowering in July. White. 20-24"".

Astilbe biternata
$10.85 This astilbe is a woodland native with large glossy leaves and white flowers resembling Aruncus. 3-5'. Zones 4-7.

Astilbe chinensis 'Milk and Honey'
$7.85 Creamy white flowers that turn lighgt pink as it ages which is lovely and unique. Bronze foliage. Holds up in full sun and droughgt but prefers part shade. Blooms early to mid summer. 24"". Zones 4-9.

Astilbe japonica 'Ellie'
$7.85 Large white flowers. July. 24"".

Astilbe japonica 'Gladstone'
$7.85 (Syn: `W.E. Gladstone') Creamy white inflorescences in July. 18-24"".

Astilbe japonica 'Washington'
$7.85 Glossy green leaves and white flowers in July. Prefers part shade. 24-30"". Zones 4-8.

Astilbe thunbergii 'Moerheimii'
$7.85 White plumes. July-August. 36"".

Astilbe arendsii 'America'
$7.85 A spectacular shade of pink set off by glossy foliage thoughout the early to middle summer weeks. Fond of shady spots but can handle some sun. Not fussy about soil. 24-28"". Zones 3-9.

Astilbe arendsii 'Amethyst'
$7.85 Clear lilac-rose plumes. July-August. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'August Light'
$8.85 The red plumes of 'August Lighgt' are one of the latest to flower. Foliage is green and has a reddish-pink tint to it. 28"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Bressingham Beauty'
$8.85 Arching clear pink plumes in August. 30-40"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Catherine Deneuve'
$7.85 Fluffy rose-pink plumes over compact mounds of deep green foliage. 24-30"" Zones 4-8.

Astilbe arendsii 'Cattleya'
$7.85 Tall and loosely clustered orchid-pink blooms in July. It contrasts nicely with the dark foliage and stems. 35-40"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Color Flash'
$10.85 Bluish pink flower spikes. Burgundy/purple foliage changing to vibrant orange, red and bronze in the fall. Unique and spectacular variety.

Astilbe arendsii 'Color Flash Lime'
$10.85 Soft pink flower spikes, lighgt green almost yellow-red edged foliage. Vigorous and floriferous plant.

Astilbe arendsii 'Cotton Candy'
$7.85 Fluffy deep pink plumes that have a wonderful fragrance. July. 16"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Country and Western'
$8.85 Soft pink flowers above dark green foliage on a compact plant 15-18"". Makes a great addition to a shadier spot in the garden, and can take full sun as well with plenty of moisture.

Astilbe arendsii 'Elizabeth Bloom'
$7.85 Pure pink flowers over deep, glossy green foliage. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Elsie Schluck'
$7.85 Pinkish plumes mid summer. Beautiful dark green foliage. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Erica'
$7.85 Large open panicles of clear pink flowers in August. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Gloria Purpurea'
$7.85 Rose plumes in June-July. Bears purplish-red foliage. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Grete Pungel'
$8.85 Pale pink. July to August. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Hyacinth'
$7.85 Lilac colored, long dense flower plumes. August. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Jo Ophorst'
$7.85 Rigid uprighgt plumes of pink purple flowers. Good cut flower. Effective taller shade plant. Lacy, fern-like foliage adds great texture. July. 36"".

Astilbe arendsii `Jump and Jive'
$8.85 This particular variety is different then other Astible's. A very well formed uprighgt, mounded and compact plant. The rapid growth rate, uniform habit and flowering freely makes this plant a stand out. bright pink flowers with dark green foliage. 18-24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Kriemhilde'
$7.85 Deep rose flowers with bronze foliage. Blooms in July. 35"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Pink Paradise'
$7.85 Long pink plumes from early to mid-May which continue for about 3 weeks. 35"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Rhythm & Blues'
$8.85 Pink flower stalks with green foliage. Bloom time is mid-summer. 24"".

Astilbe arendsii 'Venus'
$7.85 Rose pink. July-August. 24-36"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Intermezzo'
$7.85 One of the last Astilbe to bloom sometimes righgt into late August! Blush orchid pink flowers that are in an open plume over wonderfully textured foliage. Extremely floriferous. 25"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Peach'
$7.85 Peach flowers that have a wonderful fragrance. Late flowering. 3-4'.

Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila'
$10.85 Purple mid-summer blooms. Full-part shade, 10"", moist soil.

Astilbe chinensis 'Purple Candles'
$7.85 (Syn: A. c. 'Purplekerze') Rosy purple, tall uprighgt plumes in July. A must have for the shade garden. Does well as a cut flower also. 36"". Zones 4-9.

Astilbe chinensis 'Rise and Shine'
$10.85 blooms mid-summer pink shades and or purple red shades get 12-18"". Zone 4. Full sun part shade-full shade.

Astilbe chinensis 'Sister Theresa'
$7.85 A beautiful pink form that blooms in July-August. 24"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Superba'
$7.85 This species blooms after most astilbes have finished, late August into September. Lavender spikes. Tolerant of sun when moisture is available. This plant is eye-catching from a distance. 3-4'.

Astilbe chinensis var. davidii
$7.85 Rose-purple flowers in August. Perfers shade or partial sun and moist soil. 18-24"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Valerie'
$10.85 Soft bluish purple plumes that are dense and blocky. Heavy bloomer in midsummer. bright green coarse foliage. Lighgt shade to filtered sun with rich moist soil. Excellent for containers or your garden. 18-20"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Visions in Pink'
$8.85 Sturdy well-separated fluffy pale-pink spikes with blue-green foliage. July/August. 18"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Younique Silvery Pink'
$10.85 Dark green foliage with twice as many shell pink flowers as other varieties. 12-16"".

Astilbe japonica 'Elizabeth'
$8.85 Raspberry plumes in mid summer. Part shade to shade and a moist soil. 28"".

Astilbe japonica 'Emden'
$7.85 Lilac-rose flowers in June-August. 26"".

Astilbe japonica 'Europa'
$7.85 Clear pink. Perfers partial shade or partial sun and moist soil. Blooms in June-August. 26"".

Astilbe japonica 'Lollipop'
$7.85 Short and full pale-pink pyramidal plumes in June/July on red-stemmed sharply toothed, dark green foliage. 18"".

Astilbe japonica 'Peach Blossom'
$7.85 Lighgt salmon pink blooms in June, good for cutting. Attracts butterflies. Part to full shade. 24"".

Astilbe japonica 'Peaches and Cream'
$8.85 Pyramidal plumes that range from white to pink in July. Dark green glossy foliage, sharply toothed. 24"".

Astilbe japonica 'Rheinland'
$7.85 Deep pink. June. 15-18"".

Astilbe thunbergii 'Betsy Cuperus'
$7.85 One of the oldest cultivars, bred in 1917. Arching plumes of blush pink in July. 36"".

Astilbe thunbergii 'Ostrich Plume'
$7.85 (Syn:'Ostrich Plume') Graceful pink drooping plumes in June/July. 24-30"". A wonderful choice for the woodland garden.

Astilbe x 'Eden's Odysseus'
$8.85 Soft, cotton-candy pink plumes explode from contrasting dark green foliage. Left on the plants, the dry plumes continue to add interest well into winter. Or cut them to create magnificent indoor arrangements. 22-26"".

Astilbe x 'Maggie Daley'
$7.85 Dense lavender-purple plumes bloom over deep green foliage. Similar to Astilbe c. 'Visions' but nearly a foot taller. Late blooming. 28"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Finale'
$7.85 bright pink plumes in August/Sept. 18"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila'
$7.85 A very reliable, easy astilbe to use as a ground cover though not invasive. Droughgt tolerant. Lavender pink flowers in August-Sept. 6-8"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Veronica Klose'
$8.85 Plumy rose-purple flowers in mid-summer. This relatively newcomer will do front-of-the-border duty to perfection. 16"".

Astilbe chinensis 'Visions'
$7.85 A real beauty! Lighgt pink-lavender flowers. Bronze green foliage. 10-15"". July-August.

Astilbe chinensis 'Willy Buchanan'
$7.85 One of the most dwarf astilbes. Pale pink flowers above dark, dense, curly foliage. 6-10"".

Astilbe crispa x 'Perkeo'
$8.85 Dark rose plumes in July. 8-10"".

Astilbe simplicifolia
$7.85 Generally compact, low-growing variety which bloom in mid-season and feature narrow, arching flower panicles and narrow, ovate, 2-ternate leaves.

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Aphrodite'
$7.85 Rose plumes over refined dark foliage. July to August, 18"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Darwin's Dream'
$7.85 Dense, dark pink plumes in July. Shiny dark green foliage. 18"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Darwin's Snowsprite'
$8.85 Loosely formed small white plumes 12"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Key Biscayne'
$8.85 Lighgt salmon pink plumes with red stems. Unique two tone green foliage with a dark red edge. Blooms mid to late summer. Filterd sun and moist well drained soil. 16-20"". Zones 4-9.

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Key Largo'
$9.85 Feathery bright shell pink plumes with shiny deep green foliage on red stems. Key Largo produces twice as many blooms for twice as long and slighgtly fragrant. Blooms mid summer. Requires moist well drained soil. Filtered sun. 16-20"". Zones 3-8.

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Hennie Graafland'
$7.85 Lighgt pink flowers for 4-6 weeks in July/August. Shiny dark green foliage. 12-16"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Inshriach Pink'
$7.85 Rose-pink plumes on bronze-green, crinkled foliage during August. 10"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Jacqueline'
$7.85 Fluffy, showy pink plumes that contrast with the fine dark foliage. A very pleasing choice up to 24"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Pink Lightning'
$8.85 Lighgt pink airy plumes and very dark foliage. A great low growing Astible blooming in July. 8-12"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Praecox'
$7.85 Pendulous, pink plumes in late June. Prefer a rich and moist soil, high in organic matter, in shade, but will tolerate full sun with sufficient moisture. 15"".

Astilbe simplicifolia 'Sprite'
$7.85 Chosen by the Perennial Plant Association as the perennial plant for 1994! Long blooming with lighgt pink blossoms July through August. Bronze foliage. 15-18"". Introduced to the United States by Alan Bloom of Bressingham, England.

ASTRANTIA (Masterwort)
Delicate flowers consisting of clusters of tiny florets surrounded by papery bracts. Blooms in early summer to mid summer. Prefers sun or lighgt shade and moist organic well-drained soil. Zone 4-7.

Astrantia major 'Ruby Cloud'
$10.85 Round cream-colored florets with purple-red flowering bracts. Prefers moist well-drained soil. 2-3'.

Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'
$10.85 Dark maroon/red, flowers in June and reblooms late summer. 22-28"". Part shade to shade. Moist well drained soil. Zone 4-7.

Astrantia major 'Lola'
$10.85 Pale pink blooms, Early-midsummer. 20"", Full to partial sun.

Astrantia major 'Tickled Pink'
$12.85 Dark red flowers from late spring to end of summer. Soft Green Foliage. Excellent cut flower. 20"". Z4-7.

Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding'
$12.85 Ruby-red pincushion flowers with a suggestion of white at the base of each petal. Prefers well drained moist partial sunny location. 20-22"". Z3-9.
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