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Thank you for finding Fieldstone Gardens! We are a retail / mail order nursery offering more than 2000 varieties of hardy perennials. We carry exceptional choices for shade, sun, rock gardens and ground covers as well as new introductions, unusual, and hard to find varieties.

Below is our complete inventory of hardy perennials available for your garden. Please visit our home page and online catalog for photos, descriptions, and a virtual tour of the gardens.

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ECHINACEA (Coneflower)
An easy, low maintenance plant that provides late season color. Large daisy-like flowers are long lasting, making them good cut flowers. Full sun, average soil. Does well in southern gardens. 24-36"". Zones 3-8.

Echinacea purpurea 'Cranberry'
$14.85 Saturated cranberry red, double pom-pomn flowers that retain color throughout the summer bloom; 24-26""; Z 4-9; partial to full sun; attracts bees & butterflies & deer resistant

Echinacea purpurea 'Flamenco Orange'
$14.85 Big, bright orange-red petals surround brown center cones; flowers all summer long; 24-26""; Z 4-9; full sun; attracts butterflies & deer resistant

Echinacea purpurea 'Granada Gold'
$14.85 Golden yellow, overlapping flowers contrast nicely w/ very dark green leaves; well branched & sturdy plant; 18-22""; Z 4-9; Full or partial sun; blooms all summer; loved by bees

Echinacea purpurea 'Green Envy'

Echinacea purpurea 'Green Twister'
$14.85 Compact, sturdy plant. Petal edges of lemon green to a bright carmine red in the center.2-3'; Z 3-8

Echinacea purpurea 'Hot Coral'
$14.85 Brilliant coral blooms that last throughout the summer blooming season; 24-26""; Z 4-9; full sun; perfect for cut flower arrangements

Echinacea purpurea 'Mandarin'
$12.85 Saturated orange, double pom-pom flowers that won't bleach out as they age; long blooming summer into fall; 24-26""; Z 4-9; partial to full sun; attracts butterflies & deer resistant

Echinacea purpurea 'Pow Wow Wild Berry'
$12.85 Long bloom season w/ bright rose-pink, non-fading flowers; up to 20"" tall; Z 4-9

ECHINOPS (Globe Thistle)
Two inch globes are the main attraction from midsummer to early fall. An excellent subject for fresh and dried arrangements. The bold character of the plant comes from its large spiny leaves, softened by a downy white underside. Impervious to disease.

EPIMEDIUM (Barrenwort)
Excellent slow-spreading evergreen ground cover for the shade. The compound leaves are light green, taking on a reddish tinge in fall. Grows well under trees if the soil has been amended with organic matter, such as peat moss. April-May.

Epimedium alpinum rubrum
$8.85 bright pink to crimson with white spurs. 12"".

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Album'
$12.85 blooms white to near white early spring 6-12"". Zone 4.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Bandit'
$16.85 Small leaves that are surrounded by a 1/2"" wide ""hand painted"" border of dark burgundy-purple. 6"". Part-light sun. Zone 4.

Epimedium grandiflorum
$12.85 Very showy silvery-pink flowers tinged with lavender. Flowers in April-May. Part shade. 10-12"".

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilafee'
$9.85 Lovely lavender-violet flowers.Young spring foliage is beige-brown and greens up in early summer. 8-15"".

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Purple Prince'
$16.85 Dark purple flowers leaves that emerge rose purple-colored and form an 8"" clump. Zone 4. Part sun to light shade. 18"".

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Rose Queen'
$8.85 Spring blooming dainty rose flowers with white spurs. Bronze foliage emerges in spring changing to dark green by summer, with a reversion back to bronze in the fall. 10-12"". Part shade.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Tama No Genpei'
$16.85 A popular Japaneese selection has purple foliage in the spring. Bicolored purple and white flowers initially peak just over the foliage but rise up to 16"". A truly amazing epimedium.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'var. violaceum'
$19.85 A dark red leaf almost bronze in color blooms early spring. 12"". Part sun-shade. Zone 4.

Epimedium pallidum
$8.85 Upright yellow spring blooms with fine foliage lasting 6 weeks. 10-12"".

Epimedium pinnatum ssp. colchicum
$11.85 Showy bright yellow flowers atop 12"" stems.

Epimedium pubigerum
$9.85 Compact mounds of leathery, evergreen dark foliage. Panicles of yellow flowers, creamy-white inside. Partial shade in any soil. 10-15"".

Epimedium sasakii
$12.85 Dark leaves, lilac-pink flowers. Limited supply.

Epimedium x. 'Creeping Yellow'
$12.85 Young leaves have a red margin which eventually turns to a soild green as the leaves mature. bright white fragrant flowers bloom April-May. 14"". Zone 4-9.

Epimedium x. 'Fire Dragon'
$12.85 Yellow and purple flowers are beautiful under sunlight, hanging from thin brown stems. In bloom from April-June. 9-12"". Zone 5-8.

Epimedium x. 'Pink Elf'
$12.85 Loaded with small airy light pink flowers, each flower has a bronze cup. Blooms March-May. 12"". Zone 5-9.

Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum'
$10.85 Elegant light yellow flowers. This is a great plant for the shaded area of your garden. 12"". Zone 4-8.

Epimedium x warleyensis
$9.85 Coppery-orange sepals with spur-like brownish petals. 12"".

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Alkebono'
$9.85 light rose pink/lavender flowers. Part shade. moist soil. 9-15"". Z4-9

Epimedium x youngianum 'Baby Doll Pink'
$12.85 light white-ish pink tiny bell shaped flowers. Zone 4. 9"". Part sun to shade.

Epimedium x youngianum 'Merlin'
$12.85 The leaflets are sharply serrated, marked with red upon emergence in the spring, and turn a deep shade of crimson in the fall. The 3-8 pendulous flowers are about 3/4"" across and light pinkish white. Flowers are essentially spurless. Zones 5-8.

Epimedium x youngianum 'Purple Heart'
$16.85 Greenish purple foliage darkens to a dark purple providing the perfect background for the bicolored lavender/white flowers. 8-12"".

Epimedium x youngianum 'Roseum'
$10.85 Pink to rose flowers in April-May. Part shade and moist soil. 8-10"". Zones 5-8.

ERYTHRONIUM (Trout Lily)(Adder's Tongue)
An early spring flower found along moist woods, thickets and stream banks, naturalizing into carpets of gray green, lance shaped leaves. 10-12"" flower stalks produce single nodding lily-like blossoms. Part shade. Moist well-drained soil.

Erythronium americanum 'Yellow'
$8.85 This trout lily has unique foliage that is mottled with a hearty purple. The flower sits at the top of a solitary stem and droops down, facing the ground. The petals curl up to reveal the bright yellow inner part of the petals. 8"". Zone 3-8.

EUONYMUS (Winter Creeper)
Ground cover, vine, wall cover, mass or group planting are appropriate depending on the cultivar. Easy to grow. Tolerates full sun and heavy shade.

Euonymus fortunei `Emerald Gaiety'
$8.85 Each leaf has irregular white margins and dark green centers. Makes a nice splash of evergreen color. Can be used as a ground cover or trained to climb a structure as high as five feet. Full sun or shade. Adaptable to most soils except very wet conditions.

A prominent wildflower that makes an excellent choice for the perennial garden. Provides late season color. Very easy to grow in moist, well-drained soil. Full sun or part shade.

Eupatorium altissimum 'Praire Jewel'
$10.85 Cream-speckled and mottled green foliage on this beautiful variegated selection bearing white flowers; 36-42""; Z 4-8; full sun; summer blooms attract bees & butterflies

Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe'
$10.85 Magenta -pink flowersin late summer. Good for moist wet areas. 27-29"". Z3.

Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'
$13.85 Pink tinted variegated foliage with smokey pink flowers. Late summer blooms. 30"". Z5-8.

Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway'
$16.85 Wine red stems with mauve pink clusters. July-Sept. 5-6'.
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