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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.

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Your Maine source for hardy perennials!
THALICTRUM (Meadow-Rue)
Attractive foliage and delicate flowers make the Meadow Rues some of the most graceful perennials for the border. Full sun to partial shade in ordinary soil are the only requirements.

Thalictrum aquilegifolium 'Thundercloud'
THA050
$12.85 Attractive foliage with dark purple flowers. 36"". Zones 5-7.

Thalictrum flavum 'Illuminator'
THA135
$10.85 Spring foliage emerges as grey/green with lemon-yellow flowers in late spring. Part shade location and can take a moist soil. 3-4'.

Thalictrum kiusianum
THA150
$10.85 A wonderful grower over rocks or hanging down walls. The flowers are lilac and borne on 4-6"" stems in mid summer. Zones 3-7.

Thalictrum minus var. 'Adiantifolium'
THA200
$9.85 Sprays of yellow flowers in mid-summer. We like it best for the attractive open, airy grey-green foliage all season. 12-18"". Zones 3-7.

Thalictrum pubescens
THA207
$10.85 A very tall perenial reaching as much as 9' under ideal conditions. Found naturally in swamps this Meadow-Rue loves very wet soil and does best in part shade. In the summer very fine white flowers appear. Zones 3-8.

THERMOPSIS (False Lupine)
bright yellow lupine-like flowers. A great choice for a meadow setting blooming in June-July the yellow flowers really standout. Provide full sun and moist well-drained soil. 24-36"".

Thermopsis caroliniana
THE050
$8.85 This perennial should be seen more in gardens. Attractive blue-green foliage and lupine-like yellow flowers appear in late spring. Full sun in the North, partial shade in warmer climates. Well-drained soil. Easy! 3-4'.

Thermopsis chinensis 'Sophia'
THE060
$9.85 Canary yellow spikes of pea-like flowers spring to early summer. 3-4 feet.

Thermopsis lanceolata
THE100
$8.85 (Syn. T. lupinoides) bright yellow lupine-like flowers. June-July. Full sun. Moist well-drained soil. 12-15"".

Thermopsis rhombifolia
THE500
$8.85 False Lupine, Bush Pea. Many large yellow pea like flowers from April to August. Hardy plant forming loose colonies, large trifoliate leaves. Zone 4.

Thermopsis villosa (Aka: T. caroliniana)
THE800
$8.85 Tall, dense spikes of yellow, lupine like flowers; Up to 3'; Z 4-9; plant in full sun

THYMUS (Thyme)
Valuable plants for carpeting banks, rockery or wall plantings, covering bulbs, between stepping stones and around pools. All have aromatic evergreen foliage.

Thymus serphyllum 'Albus'
THY480
$8.85 (Mother of Thyme) Tiny stary white flowers on tiny bright green leaves that form tight mats.

Thymus vulgaris
THY550
$8.85 Famed for its use in cooking as well as for its ornamental value! Small pink flowers atop dark green foliage. Shrub-like growth habi t. Delicious in teas, salads, vinegars of main dishes. An all purpose garden plant! 6-8 in.

Thymus x citriodorus (Lemon)
THY580
$8.85 Fragrant foliate with may culinary usages. 8-15"".

Thymus x 'Lemon Frost'
THY750
$8.85 Spread a layer of this ground hugging lemon frosting thyme over stepping stones for a fragrant, anti-weed rug. Its sweetly scented lemon foliage resembles a typical lemon thyme, only prostrate. 1"". Zones 5-9.

TIARELLA (Foamflower)
A delightful shade plant with open, airy spike-like flowers and handsome foliage. Ease of cultivation makes this perennial a wonderful addition to the woodland garden. A mass planting of foamflower is a sighgt to behold! Moist organic soil is a must. Zones 3-8.

Tiarella cordifolia 'Brandywine'
TIA020
$8.85 Glossy green heart shaped leaves with red venation. light pink flowers for 6 weeks in spring. Best in shade, moist soil. 8-10"".

Tiarella cordifolia 'Elizabeth Oliver'
TIA120
$8.85 10"""" spreading clump of deeply lobed and dissected foliage with maroon markings, 6 to 12 inch runners, pink flowers in spring. Full to part shade, zone 4 to 9.

Tiarella cordifolia 'Skeleton Key'
TIA320
$8.85 Unusual in the sense that is has extremely cut leaves. Clumping habit and glossy foliage at maturity. Bluish pink flowers summer. 10 in.

Tiarella cordifolia 'Spring Symphony'
TIA360
$8.85 The foliage is compact and painted with black along the mid-rib. Palmate, clumping and neat, but the pink flowers are amazing! Humidity resistant. 10"". Zone 4.

TRADESCANTIA (Spiderwort)
Showy plants forming large clumps with endless blossoms all summer. Each morning there is a cluster of fresh blooms with three petals each. Will flourish under almost any condition. Sun, well-drained soil. 18"". Zones 4-9.

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Bilberry Ice'
TRA110
$8.85 Attractive white flowers tinted with bilberry blue. Blooms in mid summer. More compact than other tradescantias only reaching a height of 15'.

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Caerulea Plena'
TRA130
$8.85 Double dark blue flowers from June to August on lush clumps of foliage to 20"".

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Innocence'
TRA160
$8.85 Large white flowers. 24"".

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Little Doll'
TRA170
$8.85 light blue-Lavender flowers attract butterflies in early summer into early fall. A great plant for perennial beds. 1-2'. Zones 3-8.

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Little White Doll'
TRA180
$8.85 An overall smaller formed tradescantia with prolific white flowers June to August. 18"". Zones 3-9.

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Navajo Princess'
TRA190
$8.85 Gorgeous Pearly lilac white flowers from June to August. 20"". Lures butterflies into the garden.

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Valour'
TRA205
$8.85 Beautiful Red flowers tinged with purple. Blooms in early to mid summer until frost. A wonderful addition to the perennial bed. 16-18"". Zones 5-9.

Tradescantia andersoniana group 'Zwanenburg Blue'
TRA210
$8.85 Violet purple flowers atop 18-24 in stems.

Tradescantia virginiana 'Carmine Glow'
TRA340
$8.85 Strong dark pink almost red blooms in June-July. 22'.

Tradescantia virginiana 'Red Cloud'
TRA460
$8.85 Rosy-red flowers. 15-18"". Full sun-part shade.

TRICYRTIS
Fall flowering perennials producing clusters of orchid-like flowers. Part shade with moist well-drained soil. September-October. Zones 4-8.

Tricyrtis dilatata
TRD020
$8.85 This plant prefers shade and a deep, slightly acidic soil. Produces many small orchid-shaped flowers on tall stems. Plant in large masses for an effective display. 24"".

Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki'
TRD160
$8.85 White lily-like flowers are spotted with purple and black. Excellent plant for the shaded areas. Blooms in late September-October. 36"".

TRILLIUM (Wake-Robin)
A distinctive woodland plant ideal for partially shaded areas.Trillium prefers a deep, rich, moist acid soil with plenty of humus. Spring flowering. 12"". Zones 4-7.

Trillium catesbaei (Catesby Trillium)
TRI100
$8.85 White or pink petals; spring blooming; well drained soil, light to deep shade. 18"". Z4-9

Trillium erectum (Red)
TRI150
$8.85 (Red Trillium) Maroon or dark purple flowers. Slowly colonizes, possibly with natural color variations. Moist, rich soil. 12-18"".

Trillium erectum (Beige)
TRI160
$8.85 (Stinking Benjamin, Stinking Willie) An old favorite. Slowly colonizes, possibly with natural color variations. We'll send you a plant that blooms creamy beige. Mother Nature will do the rest. 18"".

Trillium flexipes
TRI180
$8.85 Bent Trillium. Creamy white long lasting blooms. 12-18"".

Trillium grandiflorum
TRI200
$8.85 The showiest and among the easiest to grow. A whorl of broad painted leaves surround the stem which holds a waxy, white flower that becomes pale pink as it ages. 12-15"".

Trillium luteum
TRI400
$8.85 Mottled green and brown leaves. Lemon yellow flowers. 12"".

Trillium recurvatum
TRI550
$8.85 Handsome, dark green foliage and red purple flowers on tall stems. Note: Small root structure on plants. 12-16"".

Trillium sessile
TRI600
$8.85 Strong tufts of broadly oval leaves, often marbled with deeper color and large mahogany red flowers. 6-8"".

Trillium sulcatum
TRI675
$8.85 Large deep maroon flowers in late spring. light green stems and leaves. Great for woodland gardens or walkways. Part sun to full shade. 2-3'. Zones 4-9.

Trillium viridescens (Tapertip Wake Robin)
TRI900
$8.85 Chocolate flecked, silver clouded leaves. Early Season; Indian Red & Lime colored flowers. 18"".

TROLLIUS (Globe Flower)
A glorious buttercup-like perennial with thick waxy incurved petals enclosing a tuft of deeper colored anthers. The brilliant yellows and oranges of this family highlight the garden. Give ample moisture in any good soil. Full sun or partial shade. Makes magnificent cut flowers. 24"". Zones 4-6. Spring blooming. May-June.

Trollius asiaticus
TRO060
$8.85 The Asian Globeflower (Trollius asiaticus) is an ornamental plant of the family Ranunculaceae, which is native to Asia and Europe. This plant usually grows in wet places, especially in grasslands and forests. 18-20"".

Trollius chinensis 'Golden Queen'
TRO075
$8.85 Deep orange two-inch flowers bloom in June and July. Full sun to part shade. 18-24"". Zones 3-8.

Trollius europaeus 'Superbus'
TRO670
$8.85 Butter yellow flowers blooming in June. This is similar to the straighgt species, but flowers are more prolific! Sunny location with well drained soil. 20-24"".

Trollius laxus
TRO710
$10.85 Pale pale yellow flowers in late spring 16-24"". Shade. Zones 4-8.

Trollius x cultorum 'Orange Crest'
TRO755
$8.85 This compact selection has large flowers in a soft orange shade, with a darker orange centre. Sometimes called Buttercups, these grow well in a sunny or part-shaded border, also at the edge of a moist woodland. Flowers will last a few days when cut. Shear plants back after blooming to encourage a flush of new leaves to last through the summer. Clumps may be easily divided in fall or early spring.

Trollius x cultorum 'Alabaster'
TRO760
$12.85 Cream colored flowers late spring. Fine deep green deeply divided foliage. Sun to part shade in a moist soil. 20"".

Trollius x cultorum 'Cheddar'
TRO780
$8.85 Globe shaped creamy white double flowers in spring. Sun or part shade with a moist soil. Cut back fading foliage in mid summer. 20-24"". Zones 3-7.

Trollius x cultorum 'Earliest of All'
TRO800
$8.85 light orange blossoms appear from May through July. 24"". Zones 3-6.

Trollius x cultorum 'Etna'
TRO820
$8.85 Dark orange globes atop two foot stems. A beauty! Part shade to shade. 24-28 inches. Zones 3-6.

Trollius x cultorum 'Fire Globe'
TRO830
$8.85 Vibrant orange to yellow flowers with a long season of bloom, beginning late spring and through summer. Sun to part shade. moist soil. 30"".

Trollius x cultorum 'Lemon Queen'
TRO850
$8.85 Elegant soft lemon yellow blossoms. Part shade to full sun with a moist soil. 36"". Zone 4-7.

Trollius x cultorum 'New Moon'
TRO855
$10.85 Large creamy yellow flowers on strong, upright stems make beautiful cut flowers. Attractive, dissected, deep green foliage.

Trollius x cultorum 'Orange Globe'
TRO860
$8.85 Orange Globe Globeflower features beautiful orange round flowers at the ends of the stems from late spring to early summer, which are most effective when planted in groupings. The flowers are excellent for cutting. It's deeply cut lobed leaves remain dark green in color throughout the season. 30 "". Zone 2.

Trollius x cultorum 'Pritchards Giant'
TRO880
$8.85 Large deep yellow late spring flowers. Fine glossy foliage, best in moist soils. Part sun. 36"".
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