Fieldstone Gardens

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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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Your Maine source for hardy perennials!
ACHILLEA (Yarrow)   Yarrow has a long season of bloom year after year. The flowers are flat heads of tight clusters that bloom in June to September. Butterflies love them. They provide a constant source of cutting material for bouquets or dried flower arrangements. A drought tolerant perennial that is right at home in a well-drained garden soil in full sun. Divide every 3 or 4 years. Zones 3-9.
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Achillea ageratum 'Moonwalker' $6.85 Beautiful flat flowers of yellow in June continuing into September. Gray-green feathery leaves. Prefers well drained soil and is drought tolerant. Good cut flower/butterfly plant. 1-2 ft. tall. Zones 3-9.
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Achillea filipendulina 'Parkers variety' $6.85 Golden yellow flowers up to 5 inches across. The feathery green foliage is a perfect background for the blossoms. 3-4 feet. Drought tolerant.
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Achillea galaxy hybrid 'Heidi' $6.85 A lovely pink color. Average to dry soil, in sun to part shade in summer. Grows to 30 inches. Zone 3-8
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Achillea galaxy hybrid 'Great Expectations' $6.85 (Syn: A. g.h. 'Hoffnung') Sandstone yellow. Enjoys sun, grows 18-30" in summer. Well-drained soil.
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Achillea galaxy hybrid `Salmon Beauty' $6.85 (Syn: A. g.h.'Lachsschonheit') Salmon pink flowers. A nice touch to any garden! Grows in summer 1-2 ft. in full sun to light shade.
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Achillea millefolium 'Angelique' $6.85 Dark blood red flowers attract butterflies all summer. Nice cut flower. Full sun and drought tolerant. Grows about 2 feet high.
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Achillea millefolium `Borealis' $6.85 Bears clusters of deep magenta-rose flowers. These flowers look excellent in fresh or dried arrangements. Likes full sun and well-drained soils. 24 in.
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Achillea millefolium 'Cherise Queen' $7.85 Bright pinkish-red flowers. Blooms June through September provide nectar for butterflies and cuttings for bouquets. 2 feet tall. Zones 4-9. Drought tolerant.
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Achillea millefolium 'Christal' $6.85 Deep rose-pink blooms with overlapping petals that lasts from June-September. Long lasting flowers are great for butterflies and cuttings. 24 in. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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Achillea millefolium 'Colorado' $7.85 A mixture of colors: Reds, yellows, pinks, oranges, and some whites. Great for cutting and butterfly gardens. Full sun and drought tolerant. 2-3 ft. tall. Zones 3-8.
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Achillea millefolium 'Credo' $6.85 Soft yellow flowers. Grows 30-40 inches tall. Fragrant. Full sun and drought tolerant. Good butterfly and cut flower plant. Zone 3-8.
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Achillea millefolium 'Fireland' $6.85 Flowers open to red then fade to pink and finally to a tawny gold. Open blooms attract butterflies and make great cut flowers. The plant grows close to 36 in. tall, but the stems are reasonably stout so staking is not needed. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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Achillea millefolium 'Gloria Jean' $7.85 Giant upward facing florets, shimmering rosy pink. Full sun and drought tolerant. 2' high. Nice addition to butterfly and cutting gardens.
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Achillea millefolium 'Oertel's Rose' $6.85 Rose blossoms in June-July fading to white. Re-blooming!! Provides nectar for butterflies and makes a nice cut flower. 12-15 inches. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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Achillea millefolium 'Red Beauty' $6.85 There are few crimson red flowers that provide the long color display that Red Beauty does! Nice cut flowers. 24 in. Full sun and drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies.
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Achillea millefolium 'Sawa Sawa' $6.85 Deep pink flowers with mild green foliage. Grows 18-24", July-September. Full sun, moderate water. Zone 4
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Achillea millefolium 'Summer Pastels' $6.85 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 ft. Zone 3-8
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Achillea millefolium 'Summerwine' $6.85 Deep wine-red flowers slowly changing to purple. Nice for cutting. Bright green foliage. 24 inches. Good butterfly plant. Drought tolerant.
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Achillea millefolium 'Weser River Sandstone' $6.85 Deep rose-pink flowers with tiny white dots in the center. Flowers in mid summer on strong sturdy stems. Great for cutting and butterfly gardens. 18-30 inches tall. Zones 3-8. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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Achillea ptarmica 'Boule de Neige' $7.85 Deep green leathery foliage with masses of double white blooms. Might need staking. 18-24 inches. Zone 3 hardy.
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Achillea siberica 'Love Parade' $7.85 Outstanding shiny dark green serrated foliage with soft pink flowers in June - September. Beautiful cut flowers. Height of 24 inches. Full sun and drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies.
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Achillea x 'Anthea' $6.85 A wonderful addition to your garden! A recent introduction from Alan Bloom of Bressingham Gardens. The blossoms are a soft pastel yellow that will harmonize well with many color combinations. Silver filigree foliage remains attractive throughout the season. 12-36 in.
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Achillea x 'Moonshine' $6.85 A real beauty with brilliant 2-3 inch lemon-yellow flowers highlighted by silver- gray foliage. Long blooming, June- September.Semi-evergreen. Introduced by Alan Bloom of Bressingham Gardens in England, this is considered one of the best hybrid yarrows! 18-24 in. Drought tolerant.
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Achillea x 'Schwellenberg' $6.85 Deep gold glowers and ferny, silver foliage. Great addition to butterfly and cut flower gardens. 24 in. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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Achillea x 'Terra Cotta' $6.85 Has a muliticolored effect. As flower matures it turns to a "clay pot" color. Breathtaking! 30 inches.
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ACONITUM (Monkshood)   Stately perennials having finely cut leaves and branching racemes of hood-shaped flowers appearing in late summer. At home in full sun but tolerant of part shade in any well-drained moist soil. Attractive cut flowers. THE ROOTS, LEAVES AND SEEDS ARE POISONOUS. Zones 3-7
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Aconitum carmichaelli $6.85 A shorter species 24-28 inches high. Light violet-blue flowers bloom July to September. Part shade. Nice cut flower.
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Aconitum carmichaelii `Arendsii' $6.85 Beautiful plants that provide intense blue flowers in September and October. Thick,leathery green foliage on sturdy stems that never need staking. Definitely makes a statement! 3-4 ft.
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Aconitum carmichaelii `Barker Variety' $6.85 Amethyst flowers opening in August and September. Plant reaches a height of 5 ft and is zone 4 hardy.
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Aconitum carmichaelii 'Pink Sensation' $9.85 Pale pink blooms, July to Sept. 3 feet high or more on a sturdy plant with glossy foliage. Great cut flowers. Part shade in a cool, fertile, moist soil.
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Aconitum fischeri $7.85 (Azure Monkshood) Smaller variety of aconitum. Lavender-blue flowers on thick stems in late summer, great for cutting. Full sun to part shade. Zones 4-8.
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Aconitum napellus $6.85 If you are lacking blue flowers for late season color, here is an ideal choice. Blossoms appear in August and early September atop 36-48 inch stems. Nice cut flower.
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Aconitum napellus 'Album' $6.85 A vigorous and robust plant with white flowers that appear in June-July and persist well into late summer. Looks great in cut flower bouquets. Grows up to 36-48 inches tall.
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Aconitum napellus 'Rosea Alba' $7.85 White flowers that have a tint of pink bloom in late summer. 2-3 feet. Good addition to the cut flower garden.
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Aconitum paniculatum 'Rosuem' $7.85 Pale-pink flower spikes, great for cutting. Blooms from June to July. 3 feet tall. Zone 3-8.
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Aconitum septentrionale 'Ivorine' $8.85 The stems bear cream-white pyramids of hooded flowers in late summer. Good choice for cut flower gardens. Grows up to 24-30 inches.
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Aconitum x cammarum 'Blue Sceptre' $8.85 A compact monkshood to 24 inches, no staking. White flowers with a purple edge, look great in cut flower bouquets. Zone 4 to 8, June to August.
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ACTAEA (Cimicifuga, Baneberry)    
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Actaea acerina $6.85 Attractive foliage comprised of maple-like leaves. 24 inch stems carry fragrant white spikes. Attracts butterflies August- October. Zones 3-7. Nice cut flower. At home in woodlan gardens.
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Actaea dahurica $7.85 Creamy white spike-like blossoms in July/August. 5-6 ft. Slight fragrance.
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Actaea pachypoda (Syn: A. alba) $6.85 A popular wildflower requiring a shady location in moist humus rich soil. White flowers in early spring, followed by white berries in late summer. Astible-like foliage that remains attractive into the fall. 12-36 in. An appealing addition to any woodland garden! BERRIES ARE POISONOUS. Zones 3-7.
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Actaea racemosa $7.85 Tall white spikes appear in August/September reaching a height of up to 5-6 feet. Attractive foliage. Fragrant. Zones 3-7. Nice selection for butterfly, cut flower and woodland gardens.
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Actaea ramosa 'Pink Spike' $32.85 Pale pink flowers and dark bronze-purple foliage. Part shade with a rich woodland soil. Can take full sun if provided with constant moisture. 4-5 ft. tall. Fragrant blooms make great cut flowers summer through fall. Hardy zones 4-8. Good butterfly plant.
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Actaea simplex 'Black Negligee' $20.85 Finely cut plum foliage covering the dark stems, fragrant white flowers, 2' spread, 4' height, flower spikes to 5', late summer bloom time. Excellent texture and contrast plant for woodland gardens. Good cut flower and butterfly plant.
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Actaea simplex 'Brunette' $12.85 (Syn: C. ramosa 'Brunette') An exceptional choice for the shade garden. The almost black leaves are a nice contrast to the white, fragrant flowers that appear in late summer. Great for cutting and attracting butterflies. Grows to 5 feet. Can take some sun, but must have a moist woodland soil.
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Actaea simplex 'James Compton' $8.85 Long white fragrant spires over full and very fine purple foliage. Tall and striking, August to October, 5 feet. Overall great plant for shady cut flower, butterfly, and woodland gardens.
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Actaea simplex 'White Pearl' $7.85 If your looking for late season color, this member is a good choice! The arching white fragrant spikes attract butterflies in September/October. Unique cut flower. At home in woodland gardens. 3-4 ft. Zones 3-7.
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ACTINIDIA (Kiwi Vine) $0.00 These vines make excellent focal points due to their young leaves turning purplish, variegated with white to pink splashes on the mature plants. They grow up to 15-20 ft.
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Actinidia kolomikta $12.85 Tri-colored vine, zones 4 to 8, 12 feet. Pink and white variegation can cover entire leaf, just the tips, or not at all. White flowers in early summer. Small greenish fruit in fall. Use minimum fertilizer for best color.
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AEGOPODIUM (Bishop's Weed) (Ground Elder)   Held in higher esteem in harsher climates, these plants are useful for edgings and shady area groundcover. Excellent for erosion control in drainage swails. Part to full shade. Salt tolerant.
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Aegopodium podagaria 'Variegata' $5.85 (Snow-on-the-Mountain) Many of our customers complain of having a 'problem area', a site where the soil is poor and hard to cultivate. Their dream is to have an attractive ground cover that will grow in average soil, part sun or full shade and requires little maintenance. A rapid tenacious grower forming a sea of white and green variegated foliage. 10-12 in. Zones 3- 9.
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AJUGA (Bugleweed)   The attractive evergreen foliage, masses of flowers that attract butterflies, and tolerance for sun to full 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 here in Maine. 4-6 in. Zones 3- 8.
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Ajuga reptans 'Bronze Beauty' $5.85 Purple foliage tinged with bronze making a very attractive mass of color throughout the seasons. Blue flowers are an added benefit. Good butterfly plant. Part sun to full shade.
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Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow' $5.85 Fancy silver-green and white foliage flushed with burgundy. Blue flowers attract butterflies in spring. Zone 3 hardy. Part sun to full shade.
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Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip' $6.85 Curious, spreading, miniature chocolate foliage with shining, lacy blue flowers. Attracts butterflies. 3 inches tall. A true natural dwarf. Full shade to sun and zone 4.
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Ajuga reptans `Jungle Beauty Improved' $5.85 Extra large leaves of dark purple. Deep blue spikes. Selected by Beth Chatto in England. Sun to light shade in moist soil. Grows 6-8 inches.
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Ajuga reptans 'Pat's Selection' $6.85 Distinctive new variety with puckered foliage that becomes deep magenta in the winter. Bluish purple blooms bring in the butterflies. Part sun to full shade.
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Ajuga reptans 'Pink Surprise' $6.85 Purple pink flowers on silver-bronze foliage in late spring. A wonderful groundcover for the butterfly garden. Full sun to full shade. 6-12 inches tall. Zones 3-10.
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Ajuga reptans 'Silver Beauty' $6.85 Grey-green leaves edged with silver-white. Blue flowers in early spring. Very handsome butterfly plant. 4-8 inches tall. Zones 3-10. Part sun to full shade.
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AKEBIA $0.00 Very hardy, semi-evergreen vine. Blooms fragrantly in May. Pest free. Will produce fruit if two plants are planted near enough for cross-pollination.
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Akebia quinata 'Purple Bouquet' $15.85 Purple Bouquet' flowers in abundant clusters of fragrant dark purple flowers. The flowers are accented by dark green foliage. It is one of the less vigorous Akebia vines. Hardy to zone 3.
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Akebia quinata 'Silver Bells' $15.85 White bell-shaped flower buds opening to reddish-purple fragrant flowers. Medium green five leaflet foliage. Needs good garden soil and sun to part shade. Zone 5-9
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Akebia quinata 'Variegata' $18.85 White variegated foliage with fragrant pale pink flowers. Less vigorous. 10-20'. Perfers well-drained soil, but tolerates most soil types. Full sun to partial shade, good summer foliage. Zones 4-6
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Akebia trifoliata 'Deep Purple' $15.85 An unusual species. Larger dark green foliage forms groups of 3 leaves (instead of the usual 5). Covered with intensely fragrant dark flowers in late spring.
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ALCEA (Hollyhock)   An old-fashioned perennial still popular today. Tall spikes of large flowers 4-5 inches across in July to Sept. Attaining a height of up to 6 ft, these are ideal for the back of the border. Great butterfly and cut flower. Full sun, very well-drained soil.
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Alcea ficifolia $6.85 (Old fashioned hollyhock) Beautiful single flowers in many colors: Coppers, Reds, yellows, pinks and whites. Great for butterfly, cut flower, and cottage gardens. 5-6 ft. tall. Zones 2-8.
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Alcea nigra 'The Watchman' $6.85 Maroon-black single flowers. Attracts butterflies. Good cut flower. 6-8 feet. Zone 3.
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Alcea rosea 'Scarlet' $6.85 New! Dark red double blossoms. 3-5 ft. Late- mid summer. Requires full sun and well- drained soil.
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Alcea rosea 'Newport Pink' $6.85 Single pink flowers on straight upright stalks. May need staking. 4-6 ft. tall. Great for cottage or cutting gardens. Full sun. Zones 2-8.
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ALCHEMILLA (Lady's Mantle)   An all time favorite perennial renown for its long lasting attractive foliage. Sprays of chartreuse flowers attract butterflies in early summer. Excellent for cut flower bouquets. Partial shade, moist soil, but can tolerate dry shade. An easy plant to grow, demanding little. Zones 3-7.
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Alchemilla alpina $5.85 (Dwarf Lady's Mantle) Attractive deeply cut foliage with silvery edges. 6-8 inches. Ideal for a shady area of the rock garden. Good butterfly and cut flower. Drought tolerant.
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Alchemilla epipsilla $7.85 Fluffy yellow flowers attract butterflies in summer. Great for cutting. Grows in part shade to 12 inches during the spring. Zone 3.
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ALLIUM (Chives, Ornamental Onion)   Often seen only in the herb garden, alliums have a place in the perennial border, too! Good ornamental or edging plant. Their attractive upright vertical foliage offers an nice contrast to other plants in the garden. Sweet onion fragrance. Butterflies love the blossoms! Colorful flowers appear in midsummer to fall. Allium require full sun, drought tolerant. Average soil. Drought tolerant. Practically disease and pest resistant. Vigorous grower. Zones 3-9.
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Allium fistulosum $6.85 (Ornamental Onion) Large clusters of purple globes, 14 to 18 inches. Perfers full sun or partial shade and moist soil. Zone 6-9
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Allium schoenoprasum $5.85 (Garden Chives) This strong grower makes a good ornamental or edging plant. Lavender, pompom shaped flowers attract butterflies May-June on 15 on tubular fragrant stems. Full sun and drought tolerant. Nice cut flower.
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Allium senescens $5.85 (Syn: A. montanum) Bold, dark green foliage all summer with lavender flowers appearing in July and August. Fragrant foliage. 24 inches. Very striking cut flower! Full sun and drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies.
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Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa' $6.85 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 height of up to 12 inches. Outstanding selection for butterfly and cut flower gardens. Onion fragrance. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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Allium tuberosum $5.85 (Garlic Chives) Fragant white showy flowers appear July and August. A large planting in full bloom is outstanding! 18-24 inches. Nice butterfly and cut flower plant. Can tolerate a damp or clay soil as well as light shade.
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AMPELOPSIS (Porcelain Berry)   Vigorous vine clinging by tendrils. Attractive variegated green and white foliage, tinged pinkish when young. Berries, 1/4 inches in diameter, turn blue for late season color. Not as invasive as species. Well-drained soil, full sun. Can grow up to 10-15 ft. Zone 4-8.
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Ampelopsis aconitifolia $12.85 (Monk's Hood Vine) Finely serrated foliage. Good for climbing walls, arbors, and fences. Sun to partial shade.
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AMSONIA (Narrow Leaf Blue Star)   Excellent garden plants, Amnosia are resilient insect and disease resistant. Light blue, star-shaped flowers come early and have color through fall. Some species are erect while others bear spreading follicles.
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Amsonia hubrechtii $7.85 Gorgeous steel blue flowers in early summer. Beautiful olive green foliage turns a crisp golden color in autumn. 24-30 inches tall. Zones 4-9.
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Amsonia tabernaemontana $7.85 Plant has whirled star-like leaves and many small pale blue flowers in June. Takes dry location, but prefers heavy, moist soil in sun to light shade. 28-40 inches.
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ANDROMEDA (Bog Rosemary)   Fast growing, profuse bloomer in spring. Prefers sandy soils.
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Andromeda polifoia 'Blue Ice' $12.85 Powder-blue, rosemary-like leaves. Pink blooms in April. Needs well-drained sandy soil. Can grow to 3 feet.
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ANEMONE (Windflower)   Anemones are a diverse group from the buttercup family that will provide you with a wide range of blossoming times from early spring to late summer. The varieties we offer are grown in ordinary garden soil. Partial shade to full sun. Looks great in cut flower arrangements.
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Anemone canadensis $5.85 (Meadow Anemone) Masses of bright white blossoms up to 2 inches across appear in early summer opening above lush green foliage. Can spread rapidly, but if allowed to naturalize, this perennial is outstanding! Looks great for cut flower arrangements. 22 inches tall. Zones 3-7.
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Anemone hybrida 'Andrea Atkinson' $7.85 This beauty has pure white flowers with a vibrant orange center that blooms in late summer, great for cutting. Grows up to 32- 36 inches. Zone 4 hardy.
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Anemone hybrida `Kriemhilde' $7.85 Lovely pink flowers. Blooms August-October, reaches 24 inches. Sun to part shade, and a well-drained, fertile, moist, soil. Zone 4- 7.
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Anemone hybrida `September Charm' $7.85 Delicate silvery-pink flowers shaded with rose. Grows 36 inches August-September. Sun or partial shade and rich soil. Free blooming. Zone 4-8.
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Anemone japonica `Pamina' $7.85 Double, rose-purple flowers in late summer. Perfers full sun or partial shade in rich, moist soil. Grows to 24-30 inches.
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Anemone multifida 'Rubra' $7.85 A lower growing, spring flowering anemone. Carmine red blooms are great for cutting. May to June, 20 inches.
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Anemone tomemtosa 'Robustissima' $6.85 (Japanese Anemone) This anemone has done well for us year after year, demonstrating how hardy it can be for any garden in a northern climate. Customers at the nursery are always amazed at the profusion of silvery-pink flowers appearing in September and October. 24 inches.
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ANEMONELLA    
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Anemonella thalictrioides $6.85 (Rue Anemone) A nice wildflower that rambles gently throughout the woodland garden. Tiny sprays of white flowers appear in early spring. Delicate foliage is similar in appearance to Thalictrum. Partial shade, moist humus soil. Under a foot in height. Zones 4-8.
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ANTHEMIS (Golden Marguerite)   Extremely free flowering perennials with elegantly cut foliage and daisy-like flowers, furnishing an abundance of fine cutting material all summer and fall. Given a place in the sun, they are perfectly hardy anywhere; happy in any well- drained, average soil.
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Anthemis tinctoria 'Susanna Mitchell' $6.85 Creamy white flowers in spring to late summer if cut back mid season. Great as a cut flower, may need staking. 3-4 ft. tall. Zones 3-7.
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AQUILEGIA (Columbine)   Columbine has been a favorite for many years. Graceful blue green foliage with blossoms in late spring or early summer. Requires a well-drained but moist soil. Prefers light shade but tolerates full sun with moisture. Provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. Good for borders, woodland gardens, and cut flowers. Good hummingbird plant! May-June.
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Aquilegia alpina $5.85 Alpine Columbine from Switzerland. Nodding blue flowers in the spring. 1-2 feet tall in the North and up to 3 feet in Southern gardens. Nice hummingbird, butterfly and cut flower. Zones 3-8.
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Aquilegia canadensis $5.85 (Wild Columbine) A very delicate and beautiful native wildflower of New England. The nodding red and yellow flowers appear in late spring and can last up to 6 weeks. 24-36 inches. Zones 3-8. At home in the woodland, butterfly, hummingbird, or cut flower garden.
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Aquilegia canadensis 'Canyon Vista' $5.85 (Dwarf Wild Columbine) Red flowers with yellow centers in April and May, but with a consistently lower stature, more intense color than species. A New England wildflower preferring woodland soils. Good hummingbird, butterfly and cut flower. Zone 3 to 8. 12 to 18 inches.
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Aquilegia canadensis 'Corbett ' $5.85 Native wildflower. Lovely soft butter yellow flowers, great for cutting. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds April to May. 12 to 18 inches. Prefers rich woodland soil.
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Aquilegia chrysantha 'Yellow Queen' $5.85 Large flowers are long spurred and prolific. Deep golden yellow blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies and are great for cutting. Nice woodland plant. 30 in.
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Aquilegia flabellata 'Alba' $5.85 Blue green foliage with white short spurred nodding flowers in spring, great for cutting. 10 to 12 inches. Nice woodland plant that attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Perfers sun and moist soil.
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Aquilegia flabellata 'Blue Angel' $6.85 Violet/blue flowers with white centers on a dwarf plant, 6-8" stems. Good hummingbird plant! Blooms April to early June. Partial shade in a rock garden. Zone 4.
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Aquilegia flabellata 'Ministar' $5.85 An excellent dwarf for the rockery. Sky- blue and white spurless flowers. Provides nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. A woodland plant that offers great cut flower. 10 inches.
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Aquilegia hybrida x 'Leprechaun Gold' $6.85 Bright variegated yellow and green foliage to light up a shaded area with purple flowers, great for cutting. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds from April to June. 24 to 30 inches. Prefers organic woodland soil.
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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Black Barlow' $6.85 Dark purple, double flowers in late spring, great for cutting. Silvery foliage. Best in partial shade of woodland gardens. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. 1-2 feet.
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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Magpie' $6.85 An unusual columbine with near black, plum flowers with a white edge. Nice selection for butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower gardens. Prefers the part shade or woodland plantings. 18" x 24", late spring.
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Aquilegia vulgaris `Nora Barlow Blue' $5.85 Violet-blue double flowers. Nice cutflower! Blooms early summer, 30 inches. Perfers sun or partial shade and well-drained soil. Zones 3-8.
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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. Drought tolerant. 4-6 in.
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Arabis blepharophylla 'Red Sensation' $6.85 Red flowers in early summer. A wonderful addition to a rock garden or hill garden. Drought tolerant. 8- 10 inches tall. Zones 3-8.
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Arabis ferdinandi-coburgii 'Variegata' $5.85 Rosettes of narrow glossy leaves, with creamy white variegations. Slender six-inch stems appear in early spring bearing small white blossoms. Zones 4-7. Drought tolerant.
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ARCTOSTAPHYLOS   (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. Best in partial shade. Salt tolerant. Up to 12 in height, spreading to 4 feet in width.
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Arctostaphylos uva-ursi $6.85 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.
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Arctostaphylos uva-ursi `Vancouver Jade' $6.85 A lovely cultivar with dark green glossy foliage turning a deep red in winter. White flowers with a splash of pink followed by red berries in the fall.
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ARISAEMA (Jack-In-the-Pulpit)   Jack-in-the-Pulpit has been a favorite of American gardeners for years. These plants survive best in woodland garden's rich, moist soil. Zone 4 to 8.
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Arisaema triphyllum $7.85 These are plants for the rich, moist woodland garden. The spathe or 'pulpit' is green with brown stripes within, arching over the brown/green spadix 'Jack.' Blooms in late spring. Zone 4-8. 12-24 inches.
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ARISTOLACHIA (Dutchman's Pipe)   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. May reach up to 30 ft. Flowers resemble a tiny Dutch pipe. Sun or shade. Zone 4-8.
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Aristolachia durior $16.85 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. May reach up to 30 feet. Flowers resemble a tiny Dutch pipe. Sun or shade. Zones 4-8.
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ARMERIA (Sea Thrift)   Dwarf tufted, evergreen, grassy foliage. Globe-shaped flowers. Useful as an edging plant and in rock gardens. Full sun and well-drained soil, drought tolerant.. Zones 4-8.
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Armeria maritima 'Little Penny' $7.85 A compact Armeria with hot pink flowers, appearing stemless, resting atop the foliage. Leaves bronze in the fall. Salt and drought tolerant. Perfers full sun. Blooms April-May. Zone 4-8
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Armeria maritima 'Victor Rite' $6.85 Forms a clump, only about 6 inches tall. Narrow leaves and many pink flowers that bloom throughout the summer. Excellent for the roadside or coastal border. Zone 4. Full sun. Salt and drought tolerant.
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Armeria pseudarmeria 'Joystick Lilac' $6.85 Beautiful lilac pink flowers in early to mid summer. Great for rock gardens or hill gardens. 6-8 inches tall. Zones 3-8. Drought tolerant.
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Armeria pseudarmeria 'Joystick Red' $6.85 Red flowers in early to mid summer. 6-8 inches tall. great for rock gardens. Drought tolerant. Zones 3-8.
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ARMORACIA (Horse Radish)   (Varigated Horseradish) Very dramatic variegated foliage. All green foliage the first year, but worth the wait. Creamy white and green splashed foliage the second and following years. Quite hardy and very exotic looking. Appreciates moist conditions. 14 inches tall.
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Amoracia var rusticana 'Variegata' $10.85 Variegated horseradish. Very dramatic variegated foliage. All green foliage the first year, but be patient! Creamy white and green splashed foliage the second and following years. Quite hardy and very exotic looking. Appreciates moist conditions. 14 inches tall.
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ARTEMISIA (Wormwood)   The wormwoods are prized for their eautiful foliage. The silver leaves enhance the colors of surrounding plants and blends them together. Many are utilized for cutting and drying. All require full sun and a well-drained soil. Drought tolerant.
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Artemesia dracunculus (French Tarragon) $5.85 (French Tarragon) Fragrant 24 inch plants. Very hardy for us here in Vassalboro. Drought tolerant. Zones 4-8.
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Artemisia ludoviciana 'Silver King' $5.85 Appears as a cluster of frosty spikes laced with thin silver leaves. Used by many gardeners for dried arrangements and wreaths. 36 inches. Drought tolerant, does very well in southern climates. Zones 4-9.
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Artemisia ludociviana `Silver Queen' $5.85 Very distinctive, broader foliage than Silver King. 24 inches. Can tolerate the warm temperates of gardens in the South. Perfers full sun and well-drained, fertile soil. Blooms August-September.
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Artemisia ludoviciana `Valerie Finnis' $5.85 Attractive wide, unserrated silvery foliage. Not as invasive as other members of the Wormwood family. Very showy! Height: 18-24 inches. Zones 3-9.
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Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound' $5.85 One of the most popular perennials! The silver finely cut foliage forms a dense mound up to 2 feet in 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. Drought tolerant. 15-24 inches. Zones 3-8.
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Artemisia x 'Oriental Lime Light' $8.85 Striking variegation of deep green, lemon yellow and cream. Height 18-36 inches. Full sun and drought tolerant.
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ARUNCUS (Goatsbeard)   Large plant that requires lots of space! Very showy with large white plumes. July through August. Prefers moist soil. 4-6 ft. Zones 3-7.
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Aruncus aethusifolius $6.85 (Dwarf Goat's Beard) This fern-like little gem has dark green foliage with 10-12 inch creamy spikes in June. Perfect for the shady area of your rock garden or the front of the border. 6 inches. Zones 3-8.
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Aruncus dioicus $6.85 (Syn: A. sylvester) Make sure to provide plenty of room for this one. Very showy in June and July with full ivory plumes. Prefers moist soil. A very beautiful plant, perfect for the shade garden, that can be used just for the foliage alone! 4-6 feet. Zones 3-7.
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ASARUM (Wild Ginger)   An excellent ground cover tolerant of full shade. A perfect specimen for the woodland garden. The plant emits a ginger-like fragrance when the roots are cut. Prefers a rich, slightly acid, moist soil.
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Asarum canadense $6.85 (Canadian Wild Ginger) Large light green leaves. Purplish-brown flowers blooming in April-May are usually hidden by the dense foliage. More heat tolerant than the European Ginger. Deciduous. 8 inches. Zones 3-7. Part to full shade.
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Asarum europaeum $6.85 (European Ginger) A beautiful plant that produces a glossy dark green foliage throughout the season. Best in moist full shade, but can tolerate that dry shady area of your garden. 8 inches. Zones 4-7.
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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. Drought tolerant.
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Asclepias incarnata $6.85 (Swamp Milkweed) Pink flower clusters bloom June-July. Willow-like leaves 4-5 inches long. Prefers moist soil. Sun to part shade. 3-5 feet tall. Zone 3-9.
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Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet' $7.85 (Swamp Milkweed) Small clusters of white flowers in early summer. Long lasting cut flower. Tolerant of drought conditions, although prefers moist to wet, humus-rich soil. Good source of nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. 3-4 feet.
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ASTER   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. Great cut flowers. Butterflies like them too!
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Aster laevis 'Blue Bird' $6.85 Big cone shaped clusters of single violet- blue flowers with golden yellow centers. Perfectly clean foliage. Needs no staking in full sun. 4 feet. A real nice plant for butterflies and cut flowers!
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Aster laterifolius 'Lady in Black' $6.85 Incredibly deep, rich burgundy foliage that contrasts nicely with the tiny white flowers with round raspberry cones along the leaf axils. Grows up to 3-4 feet tall. Good hummingbird and cut flower.
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Aster novae-angliae `Honeysong Pink' $6.85 What a nice addition to the fall garden! Soft clear semi-double pink flowers with bright yellow centers, provide a nice burst of color in September through October. 3-4 feet.
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Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome' $6.85 A short New England aster attaining a height of only 12-18 inches. Semi-double purple flowers with yellow centers that were still opening in October! At home in the cut flower and butterfly garden. We think you'll like this wildflower!
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Aster novi-belgii 'Alert' $7.85 Vibrant rose-red flowers attract butterflies in fall. 12 to 15 inches. Wildflower of New England. Great for cutting.
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Aster novi-belgii 'Brigitte' $7.85 Semi double blooms of pale lavender with a yellow center. New England wildflower. 20 inches. Attracts butterflies August to September. Nice cut flower.
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Aster novi-belgii 'Professor Kippenburg' $6.85 Dark semi-double violet-blue blossoms in September/October. Great cut flower. 12-15 inches tall. Provides nectar for butterflies. New England wildflower. Zones 3-8.
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Aster novi belgii 'Rosenquartz' $7.85 Beautiful double light pale pink-lavender flowers. Blooms attract butterflies from late August to mid October. Great for cutting. 30 inches tall. Zone4. New England wildflower.
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Aster novi-belgii 'Woods Light Blue' $6.85 This is a great dwarf and native widlflower! It produces light blue flowers in late summer and can attain a height of up to 8-12 inches. Likes full sun and a well draining soil. Nice butterfly and cut flower. Zone 4.
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Aster oblongifolius 'October Skies' $6.85 A bushy wildflower with blue strong growing mound of 18 inches tall flowers atop handsome purple foliage. Makes an excellent cut flower. Zone 4 hardy. Attracts butterflies.
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ASTILBE (False Spirea)   Fluffy spikes of white, pink, or red great for cutting. 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. Flowers lure butterflies from June to September, depending on the variety you choose. Best in rich, moist, acidic soil in part or full shade. Zone 4-9.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Fanal' $6.85 (G. Arends 1933) Bright red flowers, great for cutting. Bronze foliage. July. 20-24 inches. Part to full shade. Attracts butterflies.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Flamingo' $7.85 Arching flamingo-pink flowers in June/July over glossy green foliage. Excellent for the butterfly/cut flower garden. 18 inches. Part to full shade.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Spinell' $6.85 (G. Arends 1955) Carmine-red flowers attract the eye in July. Great for cut flower arrangements. Part to full shade. 20 inches. Nice butterfly plant.
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Astilbe chinensis 'Visions in Red ' $7.85 Wonderful bronzy foliage, rose red plumes in mid July. Great for part to full shade perennial borders and butterfly gardens. Makes a interesting cut flower! 15 inches tall.
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Astilbe japonica 'Darwins Margot' $6.85 New! Compact rosy red flower plumes. Part to full shade. Good cut flower. 20 in. Provides nectar for your local butterflies.
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Astilbe japonica 'Lollipop' $7.85 Short and full pale-pink pyramidal plumes lure the butterflies to your garden in June/July. Red-stemmed, sharply- toothed, dark foliage. 18 inches. Part to full shade. Unique cut flower.
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Astilbe japonica 'Montgomery' $6.85 (Kooy 1949) Scarlet-red flowers in July, good for cutting. Part to full shade. 24-36 inches. Attracts butterflies.
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Astilbe x 'Radius' $6.85 Bright red plumes in July over fine dark foliage. 18-24 inches. Good for cutting Part shade to full shade, but can take more sun with a moist soil. Attracts butterflies.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Bergkristall' $6.85 (G. Arends 1920) Pure white blooms in July. 30 inches.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Bridal Veil' $6.85 (G. Arends 1929) (Syn: A. 'Brautschleier') Elegant white plumes in July/August. 24 inches. Good flower for cutting and attracting butterflies. Part to full shade.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Irrlicht' $6.85 (P. Theoboldt 1939) White plumes over distinctive foliage. Blooms in August. Tolerates full shade. Cut flower/butterfly plant. 30 inches tall.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Sarma' $6.85 Large white plumes, shaped like 'Diamond', but with bronze foliage. Grows 32 inches tall in June-July. Prefers full sun or partial shade. Zone 3-8.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Snowdrift' $6.85 (A.Bloom) White plumes attract butterflies in July. 24 inches. Part to full shade. Nice cut flower.
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Astilbe arendsii 'White Wings' $7.85 Fluffy loose white plumes tinged with pink in July. Part to full shade. Nice in cut flower arrangements. 15 inches. Butterflies love the nectar!
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Astilbe japonica 'Deutschland' $6.85 (G. Arends 1920) Dense White spikes in June. Part to full shade. Good cut flower. 24-30 inches. Attracts butterflies.
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Astilbe japonica 'Washington' $6.85 Glossy green leaves and white flowers in July. 24-30 inches. Unique cut flower/butterfly plant. Part to full shade.
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Astilbe thunbergii 'Moerheimii' $6.85 (B. Ruys 1909) White plumes in July-August. 36 inches tall. Prefers full sun or part shade. Zone 3-8.
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Astilbe thunbergii 'Professor van der Wielen' $6.85 Terrific! Loose white weeping blooms bring in the butterflies from July- August. 30 inches. Part to full shade. Nice for cutting.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Anita Pfeifer' $6.85 (G. Arends 1930) Bright salmon rose blooms in July. 30 inches. Part to full shade. Good butterfly/cut flower plant.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Catherine Deneuve' $6.85 Fluffy rose-pink flowers. 24-30 inches. Perfers partial shade to shade and rich, moist soil. Must keep well watered, and fertilize spring and midsummer. Zone 4-8
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Astilbe arendsii 'Cattleya' $6.85 (G. Arends 1953) Tall and loosely clustered pink blooms attract butterflies in July. It contrasts nicely with the dark foliage and stems. 35-40 inches. Tolerates full shade. Nice fluffy cut flower.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Elizabeth Bloom' $6.85 (A. Bloom) Pure pink flowers over deep, glossy green foliage. Interesting fluffy cut flower. Part to full shade. Popular with the butterflies. 24 inches.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Gloria Purpurea' $6.85 Rose plumes in June-July. Bears purplish- red foliage. Nice cut flower/butterfly plant. Part to full shade. 24 inches. Zone 4.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Jo Ophorst' $6.85 Upright pink plumes lure butterflies to your garden in July and August. Prefers part to full shade. Unique cut flower. 36 inches.
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Astilbe arendsii 'Lachskonigin' $6.85 Pinkish plumes with red and white glowing edges, unique cut flower. Grows up to 15 inches tall and blooms in early May. Part to full shade. Good butterfly plant. Zones 3-8.
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Astilbe chinensis 'Peach' $6.85 Peach flowers that have a wonderful fragrance. Late flowering. Good butterfly plant and cut flower. Prefers part to full shade. 3-4 feet.
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Astilbe chinensis 'Purple Candles' $6.85 (Syn: A. c. 'Purplekerze') Rosy purple, tall upright plumes attract butterflies. Full sun to full shade. 36 inches tall. Zones 4-9. Great for unique cut flower arrangements.
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Astilbe chinensis var. davidii $6.85 Rose-purple flowers in August. Perfers shade or partial sun and moist soil. 4-5 feet.
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Astilbe japonica 'Elizabeth' $6.85 Raspberry plumes lure butterflies in mid- summer. Grows up to 28 inches. Nice compliment for cut flower arrangements. Prefers part to full shade.
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Astilbe japonica 'Emden' $6.85 (G. Arends 1920) Lilac-rose blooms in June- August. Perfers partial shade or partial sun and moist soil. 26 inches.
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Astilbe japonica 'Europa' $6.85 (G. Arends 1930) Early! Short, light pink blooms. The first blooms can be whitish, but later plumes stay pink. Great for cutting. Nice butterfly plant. June bloom. 20-24 inches. Part to full shade.
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Astilbe japonica 'Peaches and Cream' $7.85 Blooms vary from white to rose-pink! July and August. 24 inches. Part to full shade. Nice cut flower. Good butterfly plant.
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Astilbe thunbergii 'Ostrich Plume' $6.85 (G. Arends 1952) (Syn: A.'Straussenfeder') Pink drooping trusses attract butterflies in July. 30 inches. Part to full shade. Unique cut flower.
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Astilbe x 'Shelia Haxton' $8.85 Light rose pink flowers in mid summer. Nice dark green foliage. Great for part or full shade gardens. Nice cut flower. 1-2 ft. tall. Attracts butterflies.
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Astilbe chinensis 'Veronica Klose' $6.85 (H. Klose 1983) Purple-rose flowers lure butterflies in August. 20 inches. Part to full shade. Nice for cutting.
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Astilbe chinensis 'Visions' $6.85 Beautiful light purple flowers. Blooms in mid summer. Bronze green foliage. 10-15 inches tall. A real beauty! Prefers part or full shade. Great in the butterfly or cut flower garden.
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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Aphrodite' $6.85 (E. Pagels 1958) Rose flowers in July- August. Butterflies love this one. Nice addition to cut flower arrangements. Part to full shade. 18 inches.
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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Inshriach Pink' $6.85 (J. Drake) Rose-pink plumes over bronze green foliage. Excellent butterfly/cut flower selection. August bloom. 10 - 15 inches. Great selection for part to full shade gardens.
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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Jacqueline' $6.85 An improved form of Hennie Grafland, this astilbe bears pink flowers atop a 28 inch stem. It contrasts the dark green foliage nicely. Butterflies are lured to soft flowers. Zone 4 hardy. Good cut flower. A moist shady/full shade location is ideal.
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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Pink Lightning' $6.85 Very dark green shiny foliage is a great contrast with the airy flower plumes. The reddish-purple buds eventually open to pink flowers, perfect for cutting. 16 inches. Attracts butterflies. Part to full shade.
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Astilbe simplicifolia 'Touch of Pink' $7.85 Pale apricot-pink blooms attract butterflies in July. Very glossy, dark green foliage. Good cut flower. 16 inches. Part to full shade and rich moist soil.
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ASTRANTIA (Masterwort)   Delicate flowers consisting of clusters of tiny florets surrounded by papery bracts. Looks great in cut flower bouquets. Prefers sun or light shade and moist organic well- drained soil.
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Astrantia carniolica 'Rubra' $6.85 Umbels of deep red pincushion-type flowers in late spring, great for cutting. Nicely divided basal foliage makes a dense clump in good growing conditions. Zones 4- 7. 24 inches.
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Astrantia carniolica 'Rubra Great' $7.85 Considered an improvement on 'Rubra'. Large red flowers in early to mid summer. Great choice for cut flower gardens. 15-24 inches tall. Zones 4-8.
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Astrantia hybrida 'Rainbow' $6.85 A lovely variety for cutting. Flowers can range in color from white to rose to pink. Zones 5-7. 30 inches.
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Astrantia major 'Buckland' $7.85 Dusty pink flowers in silver green bracts. June to September, 28 inches. Sun to part shade. Nice cut flower.
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Astrantia major 'Claret' $7.85 Dark red flowers on dark stems. Bloom in June through Sept. Beautiful when naturalized under open trees. 22 inches. Part shade to shade, moist well drained soil. Great cut flower.
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Astrantia major 'Hadspen Blood' $10.85 A vigorous and mounding perennial that has blood red bracted flowers beginning in late spring into summer. Best in light shade with moist, well-drained soil. 30 inches. Looks great in cut flower arrangements.
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Astrantia major 'Lars' $6.85 Maroon and white flowers, great for cutting. Blooms June through September. 22-28 inches tall. Zones 4-7. Prefers part shade to shade and a moist well drained soil.
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Astrantia major 'Roma' $7.85 Silvery pink flowers cupped in paler bracts. Blooms from early summer into late summer. 28 inches tall. Nice cut flower. Part shade and a moist well drained soil.
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Astrantia major 'Rosea' $6.85 Rose colored flowers cupped in bracts, June to September, 28 inches. Well-drained, moist soil. Great cut flower. Zones 6-9
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Astrantia major 'Rose Symphony' $6.85 (A. m. 'Rosensinfonie') Rose and pink bracts. 30" high. Prefers part shade.
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Astrantia major 'Ruby Cloud' $10.85 Round cream-colored florets with purple-red flowering bracts. Prefers moist well- drained soil. Full sun to part shade. Height: about 2-3'.
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Astrantia major 'Ruby Wedding' $10.85 Dark red flowers June and reblooms late summer. 22-28 inches. Part shade and a moist well drained soil. Zone 4-7.
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Astrantia major 'Snowstar' $10.85 Interesting white flower heads above a clump of palm-shaped foliage. White bracts with green tips. Excellent cut flower. 22- 28in. Part shade to shade and a moist well drained soil. Zone 4-7.
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Astrantia major 'Sunningdale Variegata' $10.85 This Astrantia has creamy yellow and green variegation with lavender-white flowers. Blooms in early summer. 24 inches tall.
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BAPTISIA (False Indigo)   A perennial that has ornamental interest all season. Our 15-year-old specimen located in an island bed produces attractive gray-green foliage in the spring, reaching a mature height of 3-4 feet. The flowers appear in June for 3-4 weeks, attracting butterflies. The long black seed pods providing plenty of material for dried flower arrangements. Full sun or partial shade. Performs well in our garden soil amended with compost.
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Baptisia alba $6.85 (Syn: B. pendula) Grows best in sun, but tolerates shade better than blue form. White 12-20 inch racemes during June. Good specimen plant. Attracts butterflies. Easy to grow. 2-3 ft.
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Baptisia leucantha $6.85 (White False Indigo) White flowers with black pods. Can be a bit more slow growing than B. australis. Attracts butterflies. 3- 4 ft. Sun. Well- drained soil.
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Baptisia minor $6.85 A smaller Baptisia with exquisite blue pea like stands reaching 16-24". Blooms May- June and prefers full sun to partial shade. Dry to medium moisture soil. Zone 3-8.
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Baptisia x 'Carolina Moonlight' $12.85 Stunning soft 18" yellow flower spikes in late spring. A great full sun plant that is heat tolerant and drought resistant. 4-5' tall and 3' wide. Zone 4-9.
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Baptisia x 'Purple Smoke' $8.85 Blue green foliage, gray stems, lovely purple blue flowers in June. Provides nectar for butterflies. Strong and vigorous to 3 feet tall. Zones 3-9.
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BERGENIA (Saxifraga)   Unusual cabbage-like foliage is always welcome in the perennial border. Bergenia's outstanding feature is the broad, glossy evergreen 8-10 inch leaves which are tinged a red color in the winter. Plants confine themselves to neat clumps and offer a nice show of color in the spring. Low maintenance and pest free. Sun in the North, shade in southern areas. Moist, well-drained soil. Zones 4-8.
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Bergenia x 'Magic Giant' $8.85 Dark green large leaves with red stems. Rose-pink flowers in May. Prefers full to part sun with a moist soil. Not tolerant of heat or dry conditions. Grows to 12-16".
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BOLTONIA   An ideal plant for late season color. Many daisy-like blossoms appear in August/Sept. Full sun is best, with moist well-drained soil. Zones 4-8.
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Boltonia asteroides 'Snowbank' $5.85 Bright clear white flowers. Our nursery stock plants all reach a height of 3-4 feet and never need staking. Performs well in southern gardens.
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BRUNNERA (Siberian Bugloss)   Very fine foliage plants for shady, moist sites. Full shade -will withstand more sun in a cooler area. Dainty clusters of airy blue flowers in late spring to early summer that resemble Forget-Me-Nots. 15 in., Zone 3 to 7. Ideal for pond side or stream.
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Brunnera macrophylla $6.85 Delightful tiny clusters of blue flowers resembling those of Forget-Me-Nots. A lovely perennial for sun in the North, full shade in southern areas. Needs a moist soil. Large heart-shaped leaves that remain attractive all season. May to June. 15 inches. Ideal for along the edge of a pond or stream. Zones 3-7.
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Brunnera macrophylla 'Betty Bowring' $15.85 Soothing green foliage with dainty, airy white flowers in April to June, 12 inches tall. Prefers part to full shade. Zones 5- 9.
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Brunnera macrophylla 'Hadspen Cream' $12.85 Beautiful heart-shaped green leaves with white variegation on each leaf. Sky blue flowers. Blooms in early to late spring. 12- 15 inches tall. Zone 5. Part to full shade.
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Brunnera macrophylla 'Jack Frost' $12.85 Shimmering silver overlay with light green venation. Dainty blue flowers in late spring. 12 to 15 inches tall. Prefers part to full shade. Zones 4-8.
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Brunnera macrophylla 'Langtree' $15.85 Emerald green leaves highlighted with silver white spots. Flowers similar to species. Zones 3-7. Part sun to full shade.
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Brunnera macrophylla 'Variegata' $12.85 (Aka: B. 'Dawson's White') Needs a little shade to show off its attractive foliage of creamy white and bright green. Sprays of blue flowers appear in May and June. Part sun to full shade.
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CALTHA (Marsh Marigold)   The marsh marigold is found growing throughout New England along streams and brooks. Attractive shiny leaves are a perfect background for the large clusters of flowers that appear in April and May. Prefers partial shade. Zones 5-7.
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Caltha 'Multiplex' $7.85 Beautiful double yellow flower in early spring. Nice dark green foliage. Flourishes beautifully in pond streams. Does best with some moisture. 10-12 inches tall.
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CAMPANULA (Bellflower)   A large group of perennials that provides blossoms in shades of blue, white and pink, in an assortment of heights from 8 inches up to 2 feet. Some are valuable as ground covers and others as cut flowers. Full sun or part shade and a fertile well- drained soil. Hummingbirds like the too!
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Campanula carpatica 'Blue Clips' $5.85 Light green leaves and large blue, cup- shaped flowers that bloom from June through September. A good choice for the rock garden, as an edging in perennial borders or for containers. Zones 3-8. 6-9 in. Nice hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Campanula carpatica 'Deep Blue Clips' $5.85 Dark blue bell-shaped flowers, great for cutting Blooms appear in June/July. Attractive green foliage. Excellent for the humminbird and rock garden or the front of the border. Nice! Zones 3-7. 9-12 in.
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Campanula carpatica 'White Clips' $5.85 Bright white bell-shaped flowers attract hummingbirds in midsummer. Great cut flower. 9-12 in. Zones 3-7.
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Campanula glomerata 'Crown of Snow' $6.85 (Syn: C. g. 'Schneekrone') Large white clusters of flowers attaining a height of 24 inches. Great hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Campanula glomerata 'Joan Elliot' $6.85 Violet-blue flower clusters attract hummingbirds in June. Good cut flower. 18 inches. Zones 3-8.
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Campanula glomerata 'Odessa' $6.85 Dark purple flower clusters above a 4 inch mound of deep green leaves, great for cutting. 24-36 in. Zones 3-8. Blooms attract hummingbirds from May to July.
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Campanula persicifolia 'Chettle Charm' $7.85 White, bell-shaped flowers each with a hint of blue along the edges of each petal. June- July. Nice cut flower! Lures hummingbirds into the garden. Zones 3-7. 36 inches.
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Campanula persicifolia 'Dwarf Tornado' $8.85 A great choice if you like deep purple flowers in mid-summer. This is a true deep purple. Zone 4. 12 inches. Good hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Campanula persicifolia 'George Chiswell' $7.85 White flowers edged in pale blue set among 24-30 inch stems during mid-summer. Sun to partial shade. 24 inches. Provides nectar for hummingbirds. (May need staking if grown in too much shade.)
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Campanula persicifolia 'Hondoensis' $7.85 This Japanese variety has red flecks inside purple bells. Blooms attract hummingbirds from June to August.
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Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty' $6.85 Large single lavender-blue flowers, great for cutting. 2 feet. Blooms May-June. Full sun to partial shade, and an average, well- drained soil. Nice hummingbird plant. Zone 3- 7.
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Campanula persicifolia 'White Bell' $6.85 Masses of bright white flowers along 24-36 inch stems. Lures butterflies into the garden from June to July. Zones 3-7. Good cut flower.
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Campanula portenschlagiana $6.85 This campanula bears many upright, open light blue flowers. This variety forms large dense foliage mats. Zone 4 hardy. 6-8 inches.
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Campanula portenschlagiana 'Resholdt's Variety' $7.85 An outstanding selection with vivid deep blue flowers that grows 8-10 inches tall. Excellent for cutting and attracting hummingbirds. Zone 4 hardy.
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Campanula poscharskyana 'Blue Waterfall' $7.85 Vigorous, low growing spreader covered with deep blue bells with a white center, June to July. 8-10 inches tall. Zones 3-8.
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Campanula punctata $6.85 Attractive tubular light pink flowers atop 12 in stems. Should be allowed to naturalize where the large clusters of blossoms provide a burst of color in early summer. Does very well in our woodland garden. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Campanula punctata 'Bowl of Cherries' $8.85 Graceful bountiful cherry-red bells. Makes a compact spreading mound. Nice hummingbird plant and cut flower. Grows about 15" high.
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Campanula punctata 'Cherry Bells' $8.85 Long, deep pink tubular flowers in mid- summer with a spreading growth habit. Provides nectar for hummingbirds. Good cut flower. Zones 4-7. 12-18 inches.
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Campanula punctata 'Hot Lips' $8.85 A non agressive punctata, low growing, with 2 inch white flowers speckled in burgundy. Blooms in early to mid summer. Great for hummingbird gardens, perennial borders, and cut flowers. Full sun to part shade. 10-12 inches tall.
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Campanula punctata 'Kent Belle' $6.85 Glossy violet-blue two-inch bells on long upright stalks, great for cutting. Blooms attract hummingbirds in early to mid summer. Lots of vigor! A must-have! 2-3 ft. tall. Zone 4.
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Campanula punctata nana 'Pale Blue Lilac' $6.85 An unusual 'pale-blue lilac' color from Japan. Blooms in early to mid summer. Nice fuzzy green foliage. 1-2 ft. tall. Zone 5.
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Campanula punctata 'Wedding Bells' $8.85 Double white 'hose-in-hose' flowers in mid- summer. Tends to spread. Zones 5-7. 24 inches. Good cut flowers. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Campanula takesimana $6.85 Handsome foliage comprised of large glossy, green leaves. Large tubular, lilac-white bells that are heavily spotted maroon inside, great for cutting. Vigorous, spreading by underground runners. Ideal for the hummingbird and woodland garden or as a ground cover. July. Zone 5-7.
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Campanula takesimana 'Beautiful Trust' $10.85 An unusual new Chinese import, spidery, lacey flowers hanging over tiny dark foliage. Vigorous roots. 12-16 inches. Prefers full sun to part shade. Zone 4-9
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Campanula takesimana 'Elizabeth' $8.85 Very impressive with large tubular burgundy bells hanging down. Blooms attract hummingbirds in early to mid summer. Great for perennial borders and cut flowers. Full sun to part shade. 24 inches.
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Campanula trachelium 'Bernice' $7.85 Double lavender fringed cup-shaped flowers in midsummer. Bright green foliage. Spreading growth habit. Zone 4-7. 18 inches. Nice hummingbird and cut flower.
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Campanula trachelium 'Snowball' $7.85 Double white flowers. Hummingbirds love this plant. Best in full sun. Well- branched and compact, 24 inches. Nice cut flower.
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Campanula x 'Birchs Hybrid' $7.85 A low growing campanula, 6" tall by 10" wide, covered with 1" violet bells. Blooms attract hummingbirds from June to October.
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CENTAUREA (Perennial Bachelor Button)   An undemanding perennial that supplies masses of blooms from June through August. Easy to grow. Full sun is best. Well-drained average soil. Drought tolerant. A nice addition to the butterfly garden!
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Centaurea hypoleuca `John Coutts' $6.85 Rich rose flowers are followed by seed heads that mimic silvery daisies. Blossoms appear at the end of June through July. 18 inches. Highly recommended! Zone 4-7.
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Centaurea macrocephala $6.85 Large, bright yellow flowers up to 2-3 inches in diameter. A real attention-getter reaching a height of up to 4 feet. June- July. Excellent butterfly and cut flower. Zones 3-7. Drought tolerant.
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Centaurea montana $6.85 (Mountain Bluet) Deep blue blossoms that are reminiscent of the annual Bachelors Button of grandmother's garden. June-July. 18-24 inches. Lure's butterflies into the garden. Will reseed. Zone 3-8. Drought tolerant.
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Centaurea montana 'Gold Bullion' $8.85 Vivid blue cornflowers in May and June with chartreuse foliage, 12 to 15 inches. Drought tolerant. Good butterfly plant. Prefers well-drained soil, spreads in moist soil. Full sun to part shade. Zone 3-8
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CENTRANTHUS   The fragrant red flowers appear in clusters from June to September. This very durable plant has attractive foliage.
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Centranthus ruber 'Coccineus' $6.85 Carmine red flowers in mid to late summer. Nice sage green foliage. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. 18-24 inches tall. Zones 5-8.
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CEPHALARIA   A large coarse species that have opposite, toothed or pinnate leaves with terminal white or yellow flowers.These plants can reach heights of 7-8' tall and work very well in the back of the garden where their coarseness may be reduced, but where their attributes may still be enjoyed.
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Cephalaria gigantea (Syn: C. tartarica) $6.85 A tall plant that can dominate your summer garden. Dark green leaves with cream colored, scabiosa type flowers. Place in full sun and give plenty of moisture! 7-8 feet.
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CERASTIUM (Snow in Summer)   A trailing low spreading perennial with silver foliage. It grows only 4-6 inches tall and spreads quickly. Full sun and very well-drained soil, drought tolerant.
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Cerastium tomentosum 'Yo Yo' $5.85 A lovely spreading ground cover for full sun/ part shade. Dainty silver-gray foliage that produces bright white flowers in late spring. Requires good drainage, drought tolerant. 6 in. Zones 2-7.
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CHELONE (Turtlehead)   A long-lived plant with sturdy stems that needs little staking. There is a clump in our orchard that is at least 21 years old! The flowers resemble a turtle's head, hence the name. Neat cut flower! Appearing in August-October, they provide bright color and hummingbird nectar in late season. Full sun or partial shade. Zones 3-7.
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Chelone glabra $6.85 White flowers with a tinge of pink. Blooms in mid to late summer. Great as a cut flower. Excellent wildflower for attracting hummingbirds. Zones 3-8. 2-4 feet. Prefers organic woodland soil.
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Chelone lyonii $6.85 Pink flowers, great for cutting. Attracts hummingbirds. This is a nice clean plant that is resistant to disease. Late summer. 24-48 inches.
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Chelone lyoni 'Hot Lips' $7.85 Early season foliage is an attractive bronze-green, turning bright green in late summer. Rose flowers appear in August-September attracting hummingbirds. Grows up to 24-36 in. Unique cut flower. Zones 3-7.
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Chelone obliqua 'Alba' $7.85 White flowers. Good cut flowers. 24-28 inches tall. Provides nectar for hummingbirds. Zones 3-9.
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CHRYSANTHEMUM (Denranthema)   (Syn. Luecanthemum) One of the most popular and useful of all perennials. Easy to grow. Large flowers on long stems, excellent for cutting. Prefers sun and well- drained soil. June-Sept. Good butterfly plants! Zones 4-9.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Aglaia' $6.85 Double frilled white blossoms. Blooms attract butterflies in mid summer. Very long lasting as a cut flower. 2-3 feet. Zone 5.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Alaska' $6.85 Best known for its hardiness and heavy blooming period. White 3 in blossoms atop 24 in stems. Good butterfly and cut flower. Zone 3-9.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Amelia' $6.85 A good cut flower variety. Grows up to 36 inches and has flowers that are white with an attractive yellow disk at the center. Provides nectar for butterflies. Zone 4 hardy.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Becky' $6.85 Perennial Plant of the Year 2003! Big single white daisys lure butterflies into the garden in June and July. Hardy and long lived. Superb cut flowers. 3 ft tall.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Crazy Daisy' $7.85 (Leucanthemum) Fully double frilly white daisies with a yellow center. July to August. 21/2 feet tall. Great for cut flowers and attracting butterflies.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Exhibition' $6.85 Semi-double white daisies atop 4 foot stems. Midsummer blooms attract butterflies. Great cut flower.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Sunny Side Up' $8.85 Gorgeous semi-double flowers with a large yellow center resembeling an egg sunny-side up! Great cut flower. 26-30in. tall. Provides nectar for butterflies. Zones 4-9.
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Chrysanthemum superbum 'Supra' $6.85 Extra large pure white daisies on strong stems, great for cutting. Attracts butterflies. 30 to 32 inches.
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Chrysanthemum leucanthemum 'Old Court' $8.85 White flowers with very narrow, curling petals around a small yellow center. Very floriferous, excellent for cutting. Height: about 2'. Attracts butterflies. Full sun.
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Chrysanthemum weyrichii $6.85 A small species of chrysanthemum. White- light pink flowers in early to mid summer. Full sun. 10-15 inches tall.
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Chrysanthemum x 'Hillside Pink (Sheffield)' $6.85 (Syn.Dendranthema) Treat your garden to a 'grand finale' with this late season daisy! An abundance of bright apricot pink flowers appear here in Maine during the months of October and November! Nice butterfly and cut flowers. Perfectly hardy, it attains a height of 2-3 feet. Zones 5-9.
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Chrysanthemum x morifolium 'Penelope Pease' $6.85 New! Another bone hardy mum, this old timer has greenish white daisies that age to pink,blooming in late September to October. Grows up to 36 in unless pinched back in the June.
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Chrysanthemum x rubellum 'Mary Stoker' $6.85 (Syn. Dendranthema) Soft amber-yellow flowers in September and continue into late fall. Elegant cut flowers. 12-36 in. Lures butterflies into the garden. Full sun.
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CLAYTONIA (Spring Beauty)   A woodland native with handsome flowers that range from pink to white. 6-12 inches tall. Zones 4-7.
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Claytonia caroliniana $6.85 Beautiful light pink to dark pink flowers. Blooms in early spring. Medium green, strap like leaves. They do well in moist woodland soil. 3-6 inches tall. Zones 3-9.
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Claytonia virginica $6.85 Beautiful light pink flowers in late spring. strap like leaves that remain throughout the summer season. great for rock gardens or specimen plant in a wildflower garden. full sun to part shade. Zones 3-8. 6-8 inches tall.
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CLEMATIS   Few vines give the spectacular flower show that the clematis produces. This plant grows best in a fertile, well-drained soil located in full sun. The roots must be kept cool and moist by using a mulch. (Hot heads and cool feet.) Zones 4-9.
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Clematis x hybrida 'Barbara Jackman' $12.85 Vivid bluish-purple with a wide crimson bar and creamy stamens. June-Sept. 8-12 ft. No pruning needed. Prefers sun or partial shade. Zone 5-8
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Clematis X hybrida 'Betty Corning' $12.85 A Charming nodding flower with four petals of light blue. The 2" deep flowers have recurving tips to the petals. Blooms July- September. Fragrant
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Clematis x hybrida 'Hagley Hybrid' $12.85 Shell-pink petals; pointed, boat-shaped sepals with brown stamens. Free flowering. June-September. Height: 6-8 ft. Prune hard.
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Clematis x hybrida 'Niobe' $12.85 Dark ruby red flowers. June to September. 6- 8 ft. Prune hard. Full sun to part shade, medium moisture soil. Zone 4-9
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Clematis x hybrida 'Princess Alexandra' $15.85 Pink to pale pink flowers with dark streaks of pink on the petals. Both single and double flowers on the same plant! Sun to part shade with a moist fertile soil. 10- 15ft. Blooms July-Sept.
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Clematis x hybrida 'Red Cardinal' $12.85 Crimson flowers with yellow anthers. 8-12 ft. Blooms June-September. Prune hard. Full sun to partial shade, rich moisture soil. Zone 4-8
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Clematis macropetala 'Blue Bird' $12.85 Mauve blue, lantern-like semi-double flowers. Flowering in early May, 8-12 ft. No pruning. Prefers sun or partial shade, moisture-rich soil. Zone 3-9.
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Clematis recta 'Purpurea Select' $12.85 New! A nice clematis to grow not only for the flowers, but also for the foliage! The purple leaves make a nice backdrop for the fragrant, white blossoms. May be left to spread along the ground or it can be supported. 3-4 ft.
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PLANT COLLECTIONS    
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Summer Color Collection $16.47 This Achillea collection is great for a bright burst of color during the summer months! Perfect for a full sun location as well as dry sites. A classic perennial that is sure to be a highlight in your garden. Included are the following 1-4, Achillea 'Cerise Queen', A. 'Summer Wine', A. 'The Pearl' and A. 'Moonshine'. Normally $28.40, you save 42%!
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Classic Dicentra Collection $16.17 A classic spring perennial that continues to be a favorite year after year. A collection of flower color from pink, pink and white, to pure white that add great variety to that shady corner in your garden! Included are 1- 4: Dicentra spectabilis, D. 'Alba', D. eximia and D. 'Luxuriant'. Package value of $27.40, you save 41%!
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Coneflower Collection $18.74 Collection of (4) different Echinacea. What an outstanding summer flowering perennial! Great for a full sun location and is loved by butterflies. An easy to grow perennial that you can count on every year. 1-4: Echinacea purpurea, E. 'White Swan', E. 'Ruby Star' and E. 'Kim's Knee High'. Value of $28.40, you save 34%!
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Exquisite Hosta Collection $38.59 This collection contains a wonderful range of foliage color and texture. All five Hosta are considered medium size and are sure to be a standout in your garden! Included are the following 1-5: 'Blue Umbrella', 'Great Expectations', 'Invincible', 'Patriot' and 'Paul's Glory'. Package valued at $61.25, you save 37%!
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Bee-loved Bee-Balm Collection $13.36 Attractive unique flowers make this great full sun plant a welcomed stop for hummingbirds, butterflies, and the like. Provides good height in the garden as well as nicely scented foliage. Included are 1-3 Monarda 'Beauty of Cobham', 'Mrs. Perry' and 'Squaw'. This collection is valued at $21.55, you save 38%!
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Native Ground Cover Collection $22.77 This ground cover collection is great for naturalizing areas and are great low maintenance perennials. All are excellent choices for full sun locations and a well drained soil. Included are 1-5: Comptonia peregrina, Empetrum 'Compass Harbor', Gaultheria procumbens, Vaccinium macrocarpon, Vaccinium vitis-idaea. Valued at $39.25, you save 42%!
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Favorite Phlox Collection $18.36 Phlox continues to be a favorite for gardeners due to the large abundant fragrant flowers year after year. These are all hardy, full sun, clump forming perennials with a range of flower color! Included are 1-4, Phlox 'Blue Paradise', P. 'Eva Cullum', P. 'Natascha' and P. 'Shortwood'. Collection value of $27.40, you save 33%!
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Fall Blooming Collection $24.06 Season after season the fall color provided by Sedum is a welcomed burst of color to the normally fading perennial garden. A great collection of tough perennials that are self sustaining only requiring a full sun location. Included are the following (6) Sedum, 1-6: 'Bertram Anderson', 'Carmen', 'Frosty Morn', 'Matrona', 'Meteor' and 'Star Dust'. Valued at $40.10, you save 40%!
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Diverse Shade Collection $36.58 A collection of (8) different shade loving plants offered at an unreal price! This diverse collection is sure to make a fine addition to any shade or woodland garden. The following 1-6 are included: Astilbe 'Visions', Aquilegia alpina, Aquilegia canadensis, Aquilegia 'Nora Barlow Blue', Convallaria 'Rosea', Epimedium 'Niveum', Mertensia virginia, Viola pedata. Collection value of $53.80, you save 32%!
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Full Sun Standout Collection $19.47 Pleasing colors and a range of heights are offered in this full sun collection. Different bloom times will also be an added bonus to help bring color to your garden throughout the season. The (4) plants that you will receive are the following 1-4: Centaurea macrocephala, Centaurea montana, Geranium 'Rozanne' and Helenium 'Wyndley'. Collection valued at $31.40, you save 38%!
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Premium Woodland Collection $27.58 Six diverse selections appropriate for a woodland setting. From spring flowers, variegated foliage, showy fruit, and a ground cover this top quality collection of perennials are sure to be the perfect touch! Included are the following 1-6: Podophyllum peltatum, Disporum s. 'Variegata', Primula sieboldii, Actaea pachypoda, Osmunda cinnamomea and Pachysandra t. 'Variegata'. Package valued at $43.10, you save 36%!
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COMPTONIA (Sweet Fern)    
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Comptonia peregrina $7.85 Great colonizing shrubs know as Sweet Fern due to the fragrance omitted from the leaves when they are crushed. This is a non- invasive perennial that will slowly spread and serve as an excellent garden plant or even suitable for erosion control. Performs best in a sandy, peaty, or acidic soil with low fertility. Zones 3-6 are best for Sweet Fern and it will not survive well in locations that are above zone 6. Height is 2-4 feet tall and about twice as wide. Full sun to part shade.
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CONVALLARIA (Lily of the Valley)   This adaptable and undemanding plant is very popular for use as a ground cover. Prefers partial sun to full shade in a rich and well-drained soil. The very fragrant blossoms in May/June are excellent for cutting. Beautiful for naturalizing in woodland areas. 12 inches. Zones 2-7a.
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Convallaria majalis $5.85 Very fragrant, nodding white bells. May- June. Massing groundcover. Part-full shade. 8 inches. Popular cut flower at weddings.
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Convallaria majalis 'Albostriata' $14.85 Unique leaves are striped with golden lines. Fragrant white flowers bloom in May. Pinch off any non-striped leaves to preserve variegation. Nice cut flower. Height: 8-12". Part to full shade.
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Convallaria majalis `Pink' $6.85 Frangrant, light pink. Cooler spring weather tends to make the pink color more vibrant. Slow spreading, and great as a cut flower. 8- 10 inches. Blooms April-May in partial shade to full shade. Medium moisture soil. Zone 2-7
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COREOPSIS (Tickseed)   A large family of flowering plants that contributes over 100 varieties of perennials and annuals, many having been popular with gardeners for years. The perennials listed below have daisy-like flowers in midsummer, perfect for cut flower arrangements. Ideal for butterflies/bees. Full sun, well-drained soil.
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Coreopsis grandiflora 'Tetra Giants' $7.85 Large Golden flowers from July to September. A great addition to butterfly gardens, cut flower gardens and perennial borders. 2-3 feet tall. Zones 3-8.
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Coreopsis rosea 'Sweet Dreams' $6.85 New and exciting! Large two-toned flowers of raspberry and white with a yellow center! Blooms in mid summer into mid fall. Strong with a mounding habit, 16 to 20 inches. Provides great cut flowers and nectar for butterflies. A Blooms of Bressingham introduction.
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Coreopsis verticillata 'Golden Showers' $6.85 Bright yellow star-shaped flowers. Unique, fern-like foliage. Good cut flower. Drought resistant. Sun or light shade. June to frost. Attracts butterflies. Height: 24 in. Zone 5-9.
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Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' $6.85 Chosen as the 1992 Perennial Plant Association plant-of-the-year. Delicate lemon-yellow flowers from midsummer to fall. Drought resistant, does well in southern gardens. Attractive fern-like foliage. Sun or light shade. Reliable. 18-24 in. Zones 5-9.
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Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb' $5.85 Bushy 12-15 inch plants covered in June/July with masses of starry yellow flowers. Fern-like foliage. Zones 3-9.
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Coreopsis x 'Limerock Ruby' $8.85 An exciting new coreopsis with gorgeous ruby red flowers through out the summer. 15 to 18 inches. Full sun. Nice butterfly and cut flower. This beautiful Coreopsis may not be hardy for all locations, but will make a great addition to any garden even if for only one season.
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CORNUS (Bunchberry)   Great cold-climate woodland ground cover. Prefers moist cool areas. Will grow in partial shade. 6-10 inches tall.
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DAPHNE   A small shrub about 1 meter in height that blooms into sweet-scented, rose-purple flowers, clustered about the stem, in early spring, before the appearance of the leaves. A native European and Asian plant, the daphne is popular in North America for its ornamental value.
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Daphne burkwoodii 'Carol Mackie' $12.85 Rounded semi-evergreen shrub, producing delicate green leaves each with a cream edge. Just the fragrance alone, is reason enough to incorporate this plant into your garden. Delicate pink flowers born in May. 3-4 feet. Light shade. Zone 4-8.
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DARMERA    
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DELPHINIUM   These midsummer beauties produce majestic flower spikes that make them royal background plants in the perennial border. A rich, well-drained soil and full sun are the basic requirements for these old favorites. Superb cut flowers. Hummingbirds/butterflies love them too! Zones 3-7.
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Delphinium elatum 'Eelkje' $7.85 Pale purple flowers with streaks of white and ring of small white petals around the center. June/July, 36-40in. Full sun to part shade, with an evenly moist soil.
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Delphinium hybrida `Dark Blue' $6.85 Dark blue spurred sepals and four petals. Flowers bloom from June-July, 3 feet. Prefers sun and well-drained organic soil. Zone 2 or 3-7.
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Delphinium hybrida 'Merel' $6.85 Double, true blue flowers with a blue and white center, June to August, 40 inches. Prefers full sun and moist soil. Zone 4.
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Delphinium Magic Fountain 'Lilac/Pink' $6.85 Lilac-rose blooms in early summer. Excellent cut flower. 28-36 inches. Another shorter growing strain of Delphiniums, which make great cut flowers! Pink with white bees.
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Delphinium P.G.H. 'Black Knight' $6.85 Midnight purple with black bee bloom in early summer. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Sun. Nice cut flower. 5-6 feet.
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DENDRANTHEMA (See Chrysanthemum)    
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DIANTHUS (Alwood Pinks)   Very popular old-fashion garden favorite. Gray-green foliage. Masses of blossoms June/July. Fragrant! Ideal for rock gardens, boarders, containers, cut flowers, butterflies, hummingbirds. Full sun, drought tolerant. Zones 4-8.
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Dianthus plumarius 'Pike's Pink' $6.85 Soft pink flowers above attractive blue- gray narrow foliage. Blooms late spring to early summer. 4-6 inches. Does best in full sun and a well-drained soil.
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Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Bath's Pink' $6.85 Masses of fringed pink flowers all with a delicious spicy fragrance. Long blooming through mid summer into fall provides great cut flowers. Drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. 12-15 inches tall. Zones 4-8.
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Dianthus gratianop. `Crimson Treasure' $6.85 Beautiful gray-green foliage. Crimnson flowers with soft pinkish white markings and margins. Grows 6-8 inches tall. A very low grower, perfect for a rock garden!
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Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Desmond' $6.85 Silvery foliage, prolific blooming. Fragrant double, true red carnations in late spring are great for cutting. 12 inches. Prefers full sun, drought resistant. Good hummingbird/butterfly plant.
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Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Firewitch' $6.85 (D. caesius) Delightful magenta fragrant blossoms. 6 in. Continual supply of blooms in summer attract butterflies, hummingbirds and are excellent for cut flower arrangements. Drought tolerant.
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Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Frosty Fire' $6.85 Long flowering period with double dark pink fragrant flowers, blue gray dwarf foliage. 6 in. Tolerates some drought conditions. Wonderful selection for butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower gardens.
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Dianthus gratianopolitanus 'Tiny Rubies' $6.85 Tiny little mounds covered with double pink fragrant flowers in May/June. Cute cut flower! 4-6 inches. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Drought tolerant.
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Dianthus deltoides 'Nelli' $5.85 Bright red fragrant flowers in late spring, early summer over dark foliage. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Great cut flower. Prefers full sun, drought resistant.
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DICENTRA (Bleeding Heart)   One of the number one perennials for the shade or woodland garden! All are easy to grow, requiring moist but well-drained soil. Lovely delicate flowers in late spring are hummingbird favorites. Prefers part sun to full shade. Popular cut flower.
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Dicentra canadensis $6.85 (Squirrel Corn) This Dicentra is somewhat similar to Dutchman's Breeches. Greenish white flowers with a touch of pink on the edges due to aging. Great for cutting. Blooms early spring. The tubers resemble corn. 8-12 inches tall. zones 3-8. Part to full shade. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Dicentra cucullaria $6.85 (Dutchman's Breeches) Fragrant yellow-white flowers blooming in April-May are great for cutting. Prefers a moist woodland location. Lovely finely cut foliage. Height 8-10 in. Good source of nectar for hummingbirds. Part to full shade.
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Dicentra eximia $6.85 (Fringed Bleeding Heart) Attractive dwarf habit, forming a neat clump with fern-like gray-green foliage. Fringed rosy-pink, heart-shaped flowers June-September. Good hummingbird/cut flower plant. Part to full shade. Zones 3-9.
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Dicentra exima 'Snowdrift' $6.85 Two of these bleeding hearts are placed at our entrance and they continue year after year to provide us with white blossoms from May through Sept. Up to 24 inches in height with partial to full shade and moist soil, they should perform well for you under simialar conditions. Popular with the hummingbirds. Zones 3-9. Nice cut flower!
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Dicentra eximia 'Snowflakes' $7.85 Beautiful white flowers in early spring. Light green, fern leaf foliage. Great for early color, cuttings, and attracting hummingbirds. 12-15 inches tall. Part to full shade. Zones 3-8.
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Dicentra formosa 'Bacchanal' $6.85 Dark wine-red flowers above fern-leaf foliage. Nice cut flower/hummingbird plant. June-September. 12 in. Zones 3-9. Part shade to full shade.
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Dicentra formosa 'Margery Fish' $7.85 Unique sky blue-green foliage. Pure white flowers, great for cutting. Blooms in early to mid spring, and throughtout summer, attracting hummingbirds. Vigorous growth habit. Part to full shade. 10-15 inches tall. Zone 3.
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Dicentra spectabilis 'Goldheart' $9.85 This plant is new to the plant world!! Bright gold foliage in spring and summer with dropping rose-pink flowers in early summer. A hummingbird favorite. Prefers shade to full shade and a moist soil for best performance. 24-30 inches. Also makes a nice cut flower.
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Dicentra x 'King of Hearts' $7.85 Delicate, finely cut, soft gray green foliage with rose heart shaped flowers in June to September, 8 inches. Slow spreading, very lovely cut flower. Prefers part to full shade. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Dicentra x 'Luxuriant' $6.85 A gorgeous dicentra with cherry-red flowers that bloom continuously from April until September, luring hummingbirds. Nice cut flower. 12 inches. Part to full shade. Zones 3-7.
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DICTAMNUS (Gas Plant)   This permanent long-lived perennial has handsome leathery foliage that when crushed has a delightful lemon fragrance. The flowers and leaves have been known to form a gas which may be ignited on a warm evening. Give it a sunny, well-drained location. Takes time to establish itself, so place in a permanent location. An aristocrat of the garden! Good butterfly plant! Zones 3- 8.
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DIGITALIS (Foxglove)   No garden would be complete without this old favorite. The stately flower stalk, growing up to 3 feet, adds splendor to the background of the perennial border. Blooms are great for cutting and provide nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds.
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DISPOROPSIS   (Everygreen Solomous Seal) From China. Graceful form, dark foliage with white dangling bells in spring are a welcome addition to the woodland garden. will take deep shade. 12in.
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Disporopsis perneyi $10.85 Evergreen Solomon's Seal. Graceful form, dark foliage with white dangling bells for the woodland garden. Will take deep shade.
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DISPORUM   A shade loving genus, Disporum are an attractive plant growing from just under 1 foot to just under 2 feet. Nodding, narrow, creamy bells occur in small groups in early spring, giving way in the fall to colored berries. An easy perennial to grow, and tending to spread, Disporum make a simple, wonderful, and long-lasting addition to your garden.
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Disporum lanuginosum $8.85 Yellow-white nodding flowers in late spring. great for woodland gardens. full shade to part shade. 1-2 ft. tall. Zones 3-8.
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Disporum sessile 'Variegata' $7.85 Broad green and white striped leaves with white bell flowers. Shade to part shade. About 8-16" high.
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DODECATHEON (Shooting Star)   Mostly native to central and western North America, some species have escaped to eastern states. It is well worth the effort of obtaining these plants with elegantly reflexed flowers and shooting stamens. All species bloom with shuttlecock-shaped flowers in spring and early summer. An incredibly attractive addition to the garden. Provide some protection from afternoon sun and plant in consistently moist conditions with other plants.
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Dodecatheon x 'Aphrodite' $7.85 (Shooting Star) Part shade and woodland soil, primula like flowers. Aphrodite has large pinkish flowers over robust foliage. May to June, 20 inches. Plants go dormant in mid summer.
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DORONICUM (Leopard's Bane)   One of our favorites! It produces an abundance of yellow daisies in late spring. Ideal cut flower. Zones 4-7.
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Doronicum x `Miss Mason' $5.85 Large yellow daisies. Starts blossoming here at the nursery after other doronicums have stopped and continues for 3-4 weeks. Blooms in late spring. Eye-catching from a distance. 24-36 inches tall.
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DUCHESNEA (Barren Strawberry)   These plants come from India and East Asia, differing slightly from the more common and closely related Fragaria (wild strawberries). The differences are in the yellow flowers and the pulpy but nonjuicy and tasteless fruits. The aesthetic purpose is however more fulfilling with these plants as they are an attractive addition to a garden.
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ECHINACEA (Coneflower)   An easy, low maintenance plant that makes a colorful impression in the late summer garden. Large daisy-like flowers are long lasting, making good cut flowers. Attractive seed heads are easily dried or left in the garden for added interest. Full sun, average soil. 24-36 inches. Their thick taproots make them extremely drought tolerant. Does well in southern gardens. Zones 3-8.
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Echinacea purpurea $6.85 Although a common garden plant for many years, it is still one of the finest species. Plants begin to flower in mid- summer, making a grand display about two weeks later. Purple flowers are useful cut or dried. 2-3 feet tall. Drought tolerant.
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Echinacea purpurea 'Bravado' $6.85 Large rose-red flowers, up to five inches in width, that hold their petals horizontally. Blooms in mid summer continuing into early fall. 30 inches tall. Zones 3-8. Drought tolerant.
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Echinacea purpurea 'Kim's Knee High' $7.85 A useful dwarf for your sunny border! Mauve- pink petals surround the typical pincushion center. July/August. Drought tolerant. 18 inches.
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Echinacea purpurea 'Ruby Star' $6.85 Large flat flowers of bright rose, July to August, 30 to 36 inches. Drought tolerant. (Syn: Echinacea purpurea 'Rubinstern')
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Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan' $6.85 Wonderful,Large white flowers surrounding a coppery cone. Blooms Mid summer into early fall. Great for cutting. Drought tolerant. 24-36 inches tall. Zones 3-8.
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ECHINOPS (Globe Thistle)   Two inch steel blue 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 or insects. No staking required. Sun, can tolerate drought conditions. Good bee and butterfly plant! Zones 3-7.
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Echinops bannaticus 'Blue Pearl' $7.85 Nice cut leaf, dark green foliage with bluish flowers in mid summer. Flowers appear earlier and last longer than other bannaticus cultivars. The plant is also a bit shorter growing 30-34 inches. Great for the butterfly garden. Full sun and a well drained soil, drought resistant.
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Echinops ritro $6.85 Globe Thistle. Masses of globe-like heads of steel blue. Blooms mid summer into early fall. Superb at the back or center of border. Butterfly attractor. Height: 3 feet tall. Drought tolerant.
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Echinops ruthenicus 'Platinum Blue' $8.85 Mid-blue flowers in summer on silver stems. Great butterfly plant! Grows to just over 3'. Prefers full sun and is tolerant of many different soil types including drought.
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EMPETRUM    
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Empetrum nigrum 'Compass Harbor' $10.85 Compass Harbor Black Crowberry introduced by Paul Cappiello. Fine textured needle like foliage,10" tall by 5' wide. Mahogany fall color, and black berries. Compact with low fertility.
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EPIGAEA (Trailing Arbutus)    
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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 and full shade if the soil has been amended with organic matter, such as peat moss. Spring flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds from April-May.
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Epimedium grandiflorum $6.85 (Syn: Epimedium macrantheum) Silvery-pink flowers. Great for part to full shade gardens. Height: 10-15 in. Good hummingbird/butterfly plant.
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Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilafee' $7.85 Bears lovely lavender-violet flowers that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Young spring foliage is beige-brown and greens up in early summer. 8-15 inches. Part to full shade.
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Epimedium grandiflorum 'Orange Queen' $7.85 (Syn: Epimedium Orangekonigin) Nice, creamy orange flowers in early summer. A great perennial for butterfly and hummingbird gardens. Nice green foliage with some red variegation. 12-15 inches tall. Prefers part to full shade.
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Epimedium grandiflorum 'Rose Queen' $7.85 Dark-rose flowers with white spurs. Leaves are bronze in spring and fall and dark green in summer. Height 6-12". Prefers part to full shade. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Epimedium pallidum $7.85 Yellow flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Blooms in spring lasting 6 weeks. Part to full shade.
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Epimedium pubigerum $8.85 Compact mounds of leathery, evergreen dark foliage. Panicles of yellow flowers, creamy- white inside. Blooms in early summer, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds. Partial to full shade in any soil. 10-15 inches.
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Epimedium x perralchicum 'Frohnleiten' $8.85 Eventually, one plant will become a colony of evergreen foliage with bright yellow flowers with short bronze spurs in early spring. Good hummingbird/butterfly plant. Best to cut right to the ground in fall. 12-16 inches. Full shade to part shade in a well-drained fertile soil.
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Epimedium x rubrum $7.85 Ruby red flowers with a light center. 8-12 inches. Zones 4-8. Part shade to full shade. Moist well-drained soil. A favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum' $7.85 Light yellow flowers. Blooms early summer. This is a good variety to try if you have never grown epimedium: very tough!. 12 in. Zone 4-8.
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Epimedium x youngianum 'Niveum' $7.85 Pendulous white flowers. Blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds in early summer. Prefers part to full shade. Great for woodland gardens. Nice! 8 inches tall. Zones 5-8.
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Epimedium x youngianum 'Roseum' $7.85 Pink to rose flowers. Blooms in early summer. Partial to full shade, moist soil. 8 inches tall. Zones 5-8. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
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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 inch flower stalks produce single nodding lily-like blossoms. Part shade. Moist well- drained soil, leaf mold added to the planting area is beneficial.
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Erythronium albidum $7.85 (White Trout Lily) White flowers in early spring. Zone 4-8. Due to the growth habit of this plant root, structure is small.
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Erythronium americanum $7.85 Yellow flowers in late spring. Two long dark green leaves with spotting appear before blooming. 6-9 inches tall.
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EUONYMUS (Winter Creeper)   Ground cover, vine, wall cover, mass or group planting are appropriate uses for this genus, depending on the cultivar. Easy to grow. Tolerates full sun and heavy shade.
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Euonymus fortunei 'Moonshadow' $6.85 Wavy yellow leaves with green margin. Plant is short and dense, maturing at 24-30 inches.
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EUPATORIUM (Joe-Pye Weed)   (Boneset) A prominent wildflower that makes an excellent choice for the perennial garden. Providing late season color and very easy to grow in moist, well- drained soil. Full sun or part shade.
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Eupatorium maculatum 'Atropurpureum' $6.85 Purple stems produce lavender-purple flowers in September. 5-6 ft. Moist soil, sun. Good butterfly plant! Zones 3-8.
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Eupatotium maculatum 'Carin' $6.85 Silvery pink fall blooms atop deep purple stems, 5 to 6 feet. Grows July-September in part shade. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees. Zone 4-9.
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Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway' $7.85 (Syn: Eupatorium purpureum 'Gateway')Huge mauve pink flower clusters late July into September, 5 to 6 ft tall. Impressive late season addition.
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EUPHORBIA (Spurge)   A large group of perennials known chiefly for their showy 'flowers' which are brightly colored bracts. Easy to grow in dry, well-drained soil. Full sun.
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Euphorbia amygdaloides 'Red Shank' $12.85  
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Euphorbia dulcis 'Chameleon' $5.85 Early in the season this plant has grape purple leaves. Later they mature to an intense purple. Yellow flowers. 12 inches.
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Euphorbia polychroma 'Midas' $7.85 Long lasting yellow flowers in spring, as well as outstanding fall colors of orange and red. Prefers full sun and a well drained soil. Height 12-15 in.
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FALLOPIA   (Syn. Polygonum, Persicaria, Reynoutria)
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Fallopia japonica 'Variegata' $7.85 (Syn: Polygonum) Attractive variegated leaves of white, yellow and pink. Late summer flowering. 4 feet tall. Full sun to part shade. Zone 5-9.
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FERNS   A full shaded garden is always a challenge; however ferns can play a major role in any area where limited sunlight and moist, rich, well-drained soil exist. Use as a ground cover along banks and streams as well as foundation plantings. Cut fronds also make a nice filler in flower arrangements.
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Athyrium felix-femina (Lady Fern) $6.85 An attractive fern, fine and delicate. Full shade or partial shade. Will tolerate moderately dry soil. 15-24 inches. Great woodland selection.
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Athyrium felix-femina 'Lady in Red' $8.85 An athyrium with showy burgundy running throughout the stems, unique and a worthy addition to your woodland garden. 30 to 36 inches tall.
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Athyrium niponicum var.'Pictum' $6.85 (Japanese Painted Fern) This is one of our favorite ferns! Very attractive foliage comprised of fronds that have a silver-gray variegation while the stems are maroon. Would brighten up a dull corner of the shade garden. 18 inches. Part to full shade. Zones 3-8.
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Athyruim niponicum 'Silver Falls' $8.85 Beautiful silver tinted foliage. Partial to full shade. Moist soil. 10-12 inches tall. Zone 5-8.
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Athyrium niponicum 'Ursula's Red' $8.85 Broad silver foliage traced with wine-red. Knock-out! Prefers shaded areas. Likes some moisture. 16 inches tall. Zone 5.
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Athyrium x 'Brandford Beauty' $8.85 (Nicou) Red stalks and grey speckled leaves. A fast and vigorous grower. Part to full shade. 24 inches tall. Zone 4.
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Athyrium x 'Branford Rambler' $7.85 (Running Painted Fern) A vigorous groundcover type fern, very similar to Painted Fern but with more red tints. 1-2 ft. tall. Zone 5. Part to full shade.
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Athyrium x 'Ghost' $8.85 Ghost Fern. Stunning silver white fronds, older foliage matures to green providing a darker backdrop for the bright new growth. 18 to 24 inches. Part to full shade.
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Athyrium x 'Wildwood Twist' $8.85 Great for the woodland or a humusy border garden. Prefers full shade and moist soil. Height: 12-18".
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Dryopteris cristata (Shield Fern) $6.85 (Crested Wood Fern) Evergreen. Very frilly fronds with bluish tinge. Does well in wet areas where roots are consistently moist. Part to full shade. 12-24 inches.
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Dryopteris erythrosora $6.85 (Japanese Sword Fern) Best in a garden that never dries out. The new fronds are a coppery-red, maturing to glossy green. Good choice for a specimen plant in the woodland garden or Japanese formal garden. 12-24 inches. Zones 5-9. Part to full shade.
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Dryopteris goldiana (Goldie's Fern) $7.85 A giant of our woodland ferns. Golden-green in color reaching height of 4 ft. Prefers a well-drained moist soil, part to full shade.
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Matteuccia struthiopteris $6.85 Large ostrich-like leaves. Likes moist, humus rich soil and an open shady or full shade area; however, can tolorate sun in swampy areas. Likes to be near water. Grows to 3-7 feet.
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Onoclea sensibilis (Sensitive Fern) $6.85 (Cinnamon Fern) Low maintenance fern that can survive tough conditions. Will tolerate sun with heavy moisture, however, prefers shade or partial shade. Moist soil, can tolerate wet soils and can be used near water. Reaching a height of 12-36 inches.
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Osmunda cinnamomea $6.85 (Cinnamon Fern) Young fronds are a wooly cinnamon brown. Very luxuriant, reaching a height of 12 to 36 inches. Part to full shade. Can withstand wet conditions.
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Polystichum acrostichoides $6.85 (Christmas Fern) Evergreen foliage resembling the Boston Fern. Often used as a house plant. Easily grown in woodland-type soil with shade. Can grow in sun if kept damp. Height: 12 inches.
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Polystichum setiferum 'Herrenhausen' $7.85 (Soft Shield Fern) Evergreen with dense fronds of bright green, 12 inches. Part to full shade.
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FILIPENDULA (Meadowsweet)   Delightful perennials that thrive in moist locations. All produce feathery plumes in mid or late summer. Sun or light shade. Zones 3-7.
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Filipendula multijuga $6.85 (Syn: F. palmata 'Nana') Pink fluffy flowers in summer. Does well in part-shade to sun, if soil is damp. Do not let dry out. 8-10 inches.
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Filipendula purpurea 'Plena' $6.85 Double fleshy red flowers in mid-late summer while growing to a height of 40 inches. Prefer moist, rich soil in partial shade.
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Filipendula rubra 'Albicans' $8.85 (White Queen of the Prairie) White blooms atop 5-6 foot stems. Mid to late summer. Prefers moist, well-drained soil, but will tolerate dry or soggy soil as well. Sun or partial shade. Zone 3-8 or 9.
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Filipendula rubra 'Venusta' $6.85 (Queen of The Prairie) Bright pink plumes appear in July and August. One customer told us the blossoms reminded her of cotton candy! A perennial that demands a place in the back of the border due to its height of up to 6 ft.
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Filipendula ulmaria 'Variegata' $7.85 Here is an unusual member with green and white variegated foliage. Definitely a nice accent plant, white flowers appear in midsummer. 12-24 inches.
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FRAGARIA (Alpine Strawberry)   (Alpine Strawberry). Large yellow fruit, fragrance of pineapple and strawberry. Early and continuous bearer, runnerless. 4-6 in.
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Fragaria chiloensis 'Lipstick' $6.85 An attractive strawberry with rose-red flowers from June-August. Low growing, reaching a height of only 6-8 in. Ideal as a groundcover, for rock gardens or containers. Full sun, well-drained soil. Zone 3.
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Fragaria 'Frel' Red Ruby $6.85 Very showy deep rose flowers with yellow centers, blooms repeat on and off through the summer. Fine edging, ground cover, or container plant. 4- 6 inches tall.
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Fragaria vesca 'Improved Rugen' $5.85 Bushy plants with no runners, bearing red, juicy, sweet and tender fruit from June to September. 6-8 in. Full sun, well-drained soil. Easy! Zones 4-8.
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Fragaria 'Variegated' $6.85 A unique addition to the garden. White and green attractive foliage that lasts all season even after snow has fallen! 3-4 in. White flowers with a yellow center.
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GAILLARDIA (Blanket Flower)   The gaillardias are a popular item with our customers, as they supply a long length of bloom, tolerate heat and drought conditions and are easy to care for. Excellent butterfly plant! Large daisy-like flowers appearing in midsummer.
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GALANTHUS (Snowdrop)    
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Galanthus (Double) $10.85 White flowers bloom late winter to mid spring. Very early flowering. Plant in small groups.
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GENISTA   A dwarf, semi-prostrate shrub for areas with an average to poor soil. Bright double yellow flowers, 1-3 inches long, produced on erect racemes. Prefers a sunny location. June/July. 6-8 in. Zone 4-7
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GENTIANA (Gentian)   Because of its diversity, it is hard to generalize about gentian culture. The majority, though, love full sunlight, lots of water, good drainage and cool nights. Gentiana are some of the most highly sought- after cool season plants of collectors. Not the easiest plants to propagate, these plants offer a worthwhile challenge and are well worth the effort as they are some of the most handsome cool season perennials.
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Gentiana dahurica $6.85 Lovely deep blue flowers in August, 6-12 inches. Full sun, deep soil. Avoid hot summer sun. Zone 4-8.
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Gentiana makinoi ' Royal Blue ' $6.85 Strong upright stems with deep blue flowers in Aug to Sept, 22 in, full sun, peaty soil.
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GERANIUM (Cranesbill)   A large genus of perennials that are valuable for the garden or perennial border. Many can be used as a ground cover because they do a magnificent job of smothering out weeds. However, they are easy to control and can be incorporated into the garden without fear of invasion. All varieties have attractive foliage, including late fall red color. The first flush of bloom is early summer continuing into September. Excellent subjects for the rockery or the border. Full sun to partial shade in average soil.
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Geranium cinereum 'Lawrence Flatman' $7.85 Low growing with very striped petals. Each petal has a dark blotch of crimson- purple. Vigorous habit. 6 inches.
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Geranium clarkei 'Kasmir Purple' $8.85 Deep plum flowers, deeply cut leaves. Plants are completely covered with flowers in late spring and summer. 15-20 inches. Zone 5-7.
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Geranium gracile $6.85 Bright pink funnel-shaped flowers. The foliage is crinkled and the flower petals are marked with attractive purple veins. Grows up to 25 in.
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Geranium himalayense $6.85 (Syn. G grandiflorum) Violet-blue saucer- shaped flowers with a touch of white at the center. June and July. 12-15 inches. Zones 4- 7.
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Geranium himalayense 'Alpinum Blue' $7.85 Blue lavender flowers June to August, 12 inches. Grows to 18 inches tall, and spreads the same. Prefer full sun, however, they can tolerate some shade. Zone 3-8.
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Geranium himalayense 'Birch's Double' $6.85 (Syn: Geranium 'Plenum') Gorgeous double purple-red flowers. Blooms in early to mid summer. 18 inches tall. Zones 4-7.
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Geranium himalayense 'Gravetye' $8.85 Deep blue flowers with reddish centers and red-purple veins. 12-16in. Sun to part shade in a well drained soil. Zone 4-8.
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Geranium macrorrhizum $6.85 One of the easiest geraniums to grow, either in full sun or partial shade. Very fragrant foliage. Dark pink flowers in late spring. Somewhat spreading though not invasive, making a nice groundcover. Drought tolerant. 18 in. Zones 3-8.
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Geranium macrorrhizum 'Album' $7.85 White flowers with a touch of pink. Introduced by Walter Ingwersen from Bulgaria. Zones 3-8. Uniquely fragrant foliage. Drought tolerant.
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Geranium macrorrhizum 'Variegatum' $6.85 Fragrant foliage is subtly variegated with random cream splashes. Magenta flowers May to July. 12 inches. Drought tolerant.
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Geranium maculatum 'Elizabeth Ann' $7.85 Mounds of chocolate foliage with contrasting bright pink flowers rising well above the foliage. May-June. A vigorous grower that makes an excellent groundcover. Will tolerate dampness. Grows 12-15 inches tall. Zone 4-9.
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Geranium maculatum 'Espresso' $8.85 Dark bronze foliage with sturdy pink flowers from May to July, 16", older blooms fading to white.
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Geranium nimbus $8.85 Star-shaped violet flowers with shiny green foliage. Can take part shade to full sun. 12-16 inches tall. Zone 4-9.
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Geranium phaeum 'Purpureum' $6.85 In late spring/early summer, the near-black flowers emerge above nice green foliage. A great choice for the collector. 20-24 inches.
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Geranium phaeum 'Samobar' $8.85 Wonderful black-purple zoning on each leaf creates a great foliage effect, complimenting the dark burgundy flowers. Better form in full sun. Shear back after initial bloom in May/June for a fresh flush of foliage. 25 inches.
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Geranium pratense 'Hocus Pocus' $10.85 Large light lavender-purple flowers with dark bronze foliage. Blooms June to Aug. and grows to 12-16". Full sun to part shade.
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Geranium pratense 'Midnight Reiter' $12.85 Deep purple foliage with royal blue flowers, June-August. 6-8in. Full sun to part shade in a well-drained soil. Excellent border plant or great for mass plantings. Zones 5- 8.
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Geranium pratense 'Plenum Caeruleum' $8.85 Long-lasting, perfectly double, blue flowers on deeply divided sturdy stems. Full sun to part sun with a well-drained soil. 24-30 in. Zones 5-8.
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Geranium pratense 'Plenum Violaceum' $8.85 Profuse blooming of double, violet-purple flowers above finely fretted foliage. Blooms June through August. Full sun and well- drained soil. 24-30 inches. Zones 5-8.
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Geranium pratense 'Victor Reiter' $12.85 Deeply cut royal purple-bronze foliage emerges in the spring, forming a solid mound. Abundant large blue blooms throughout spring and early summer. 12-16 inches. Full sun to part sun and a well-drained soil.
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Geranium sanguineum 'Album' $5.85 Same nice traits as Geranium sanguineum, except flowers of white appear in June and July. Grows 10-12 inches. Zone 3-8.
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Geranium sanguineum 'Alpenglow' $7.85 A mound of vivid rose-pink in the spring over a low carpet of dark green foliage. Plant should be placed in full sun or partial shade in the front of the garden. 8- 14 inches.
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Geranium sanguineum 'Alpinum' $7.85  
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Geranium sanguineum 'John Elsley' $7.85 Named after the famous plantsman John Elsley by fellow plantsman Alan Bloom. This variety has prostrate carmine flowers with darker veins. 10-12 inches.
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Geranium sanguineum 'Leeds Form' $8.85 Purple-magenta flowers with darker veining. Excellent small border plant in sun to partial shade. Blooms early June through August. 8 inches.
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Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei' $6.85 Reddish purple flowers from June-September. Makes a good ground cover in any garden. 10- 15 inches.
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Geranium sanguineum 'Spinners' $7.85 Large cup-shaped deep purple-blue flowers with clumps of deeply-divided leaves. Flowers in June. 30-36in. Full sun to part shade and a well-drained soil. Zones 4-8.
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Geranium sanguineum var. 'Striatum' $6.85 Spreading mound-shaped plants covered with soft salmon pink flowers with deep veining. Blooms continously from June till fall. Highly drought tolerant. Good for the rock garden. Height: 6 in. Zones 3-8.
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Geranium wlassovianum $6.85 Veined magenta purple flowers on a bushy 24 inch perennial. For the wild garden, blooms July and August.
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Geranium x 'Brookside' $7.85 A vigorous plant with large clear blue flowers and a pale center. Long blooming. 20 inches tall. Zones 4-8.
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Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo' $6.85 Dainty white flowers with a hint of pink appear above a dense mound of bright green leaves. Ideal for containers! 12 inches. Zones 5-7.
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Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Cambridge' $7.85 Soft lavender blue flowers in June/July with light green deeply divided foliage. Good ground cover. 10 inches.
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Geranium x 'Dilys' $6.85 Dark green foliage, widely spreading. Reddish purple flower with a dark center. 6 in. Zones 5-8.
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Geranium x 'Jolly Bee' $10.85 Big bountiful blue flowers with maroon veins and white centers. Blooms from May to Sept. Grows to 18-24" high. Full sun to part shade and a well drained soil.
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Geranium x oxonianum 'Katherine Adele' $10.85 This Geranium has nice slightly cut foliage with red/maroon blotches and soft pink flowers. Blooms July-August. 15 inches tall and about as wide. Full sun. Zone 5.
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Geranium x 'New Dimension' $10.85 Bronze foliage and dark blue flowers in early summer, a striking plant. 10-12 inches tall. Sun to part shade, well drained soil.
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Geranium x 'Phillippe Vapelle' $8.85 This variety has bluish-purple flowers with strong dark veins. A long bloomer! Unusual foliage, soft and rounded, very attractive.
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Geranium x riversleaianum'Mavis Simpson' $8.85 A low spreader with silky, gray-green leaves and satiny powder-pink flowers on trailing stems. 8 in height.
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Geranium x 'Rozanne' $8.85 Large single violet-blue flowers with white centers. Blooms in June, and continues intermittently until frost. Compact habit. 16 inches tall. 24 inches wide.
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Geranium x 'Splish Splash' $8.85 Very large green leaves and white petals that are streaked and blotched with blue and will rebloom in late summer. 24 inches.
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Geranium x 'Stanhoe' $7.85 Nice silver/green foliage and pink flowers. A great low grower, only 4-6 inches tall. Great in full sun and well-drained soil.
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Geranium x 'Sue Crug' $9.85 Mauve-magenta flowers with darker veins, that meet in the center of the flower to form an a dark maroon eye. Blooms June through September. 12-16 inches. Full sun to part shade and well-drained soil. Zones 4-8.
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GEUM   A showy, long blooming perennial prized for its ornamental, shiny dark green foliage. Prized as a cut flower. Full sun or light shade. Good drainage particularly in winter.
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Geum x 'Rijnstroom' $7.85 Very large single coppery orange flowers in June and July, 16-20". Full sun is best with a moist well drained soil.
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GRASSES, Ornamental   Drought tolerant and easy to grow, grasses are an asset to the home garden. Most need little attention. Use as accents, edgings, or ground covers. Both leaves and plumes can be used in dried arrangements. The varieties we offer have proven reliably hardy for us here in the North. Best if grass is planted early in the season to establish a stable root system before winter.
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Miscanthus sinensis 'Purpurescens' $6.85 Dark purple foliage developing throughout the summer, turning deeper red by late fall. White plumes in late summer. 36-48 inches tall. Drought tolerant. Zones 4-9.
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Phalaris arundinacea 'Tricolor' $6.85 White, green and pink variegated foliage. Good accent in a light shady area. 24-36 in. Spreading. Ideal as a ground cover or soil stabilizer. Does great in those tougher landscaping areas. Drought tolerant. Zones 4-9.
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Spartina pectinata 'Aureomarginata' $6.85 (Variegated Cord Grass) Gold striped foliage. Stems can attain a height of 48 in. Full sun to light shade, not fussy about soil conditions, drought tolerant. Beautiful fall color. Zones 4-9.
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GYPSOPHILA (Baby's Breath)   Gypsophila have been utilized by gardeners for dried and fresh arrangements for many generations. They prefer full sun and a well- drained soil with a high pH.
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Gypsophila paniculata 'Festival' $6.85 Prolific, free flowering, double and semi- double pink blooms, 3 feet. Grows June- September in full or part sun. Moist (not wet) well-drained soil. Fertilize twice a month.
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Gypsophila paniculata 'Happy Festival' $7.85 A 24 to 30 inch tall, well branched 'Baby's Breath' with both double and semi-double white flowers.
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Gypsophila paniculata 'Snowflake' $6.85 Tiny white flowers, doubles and singles, early to mid summer. Great for cut flowers, and dried flowers. 2-3 ft. tall.
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HELENIUM (Sneezeweed)   Easy care perennials that make a spectacular splash of color in late summer. Grand cut flower. Perfectly hardy perennial for full sun, moist well-drained soil. Should be divided every 3-4 years in early spring. Zones 3-8.
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Helenium autumnale 'Blutentisch' $7.85 Wide daisy-like sunny yellow petals around a deep brown center. Tall upright stems. Blooms July-August. Easily grown in any soil, and grows to about 40 inches.
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Helenium autumnale `Zimbelstern' $6.85 Yellow ray flowers surrounding a red and yellow bi-color disk. Blooms August-October, and grows to 30 inches. Prefers full sun and medium-wet soil. Zone 3-8.
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Helenium x 'Moerheim Beauty ' $7.85 Dark coppery red late summer flowers. Attractive to butterflies, good cut flower. 3 ft. tall. Zones 4-8.
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Helenium x 'Rubinzwerg' $7.85 Burnt-red petals surround a yellow and brown center. July/August. Full sun and well drained soil 26-30 inches.
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Helenium x 'Wyndley' $8.85 Yellow-copper flowers on a more compact plant 26-30in. Flowers July-August. Full sun and a well drained soil. Zones 4-8.
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HELIOPSIS (False Sunflower)   A very showy perennial with daisy-like flowers for midsummer color. Reliable and easy to grow. Great cut flower. Sun and well-drained soil. Attracts butterflies! July/August. Zones 3-9.
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Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Sun' $6.85 Bright yellow flowers atop 3-4 foot stems. We have never had to stake them even with the wind that we sometimes get here. Tolerates heat, this variety does well in southern climates. Nice butterfly and cut flower.
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HELLEBORUS   Low growing evergreen perennials that produce blooms in March and April. Superb plant for the shade/woodland garden . Requires shade and a moist well-drained soil.
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Helleborus niger (Christmas Rose) $7.85 It is always nice to know that in March we can go out into the nursery and glimpse the first flowers of the Christmas Rose. White tinged with pink they announce the coming of spring for us here in Maine. Semi- evergreen. 8-10 in.
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Helleborus orientalis $7.85 Leathery dark green leaves producing nodding 3 inch flowers. Colors vary from white to dark lavender and are often spotted inside. 18 in. Zones 4-9.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Ballard's Hybrids $8.85 Cup shaped rounded flowers in a variety of mixed pastel colors. March to April. 16 inches. Enjoys full shade to part shade and medium moisture soil. Zone 4-9.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Blue Lady' $9.85 Deep bluish-plum colored flowers that bloom March to April. Grow in sunny conditions to full shade. Tolerant of heat and humidity. 12-16 inches. Zone 4-8.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Joy Hybrids' $8.85 Flowers in a wide range of colors, white, yellow, green, pink, red, and purple. Early spring blooms March to April. 12-24 inches. Part shade.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Metallic Blue' $10.85 Purple spotted flowers with a purple-blue sheen. About 12-18" high. Part shade to shade. Zones 4-8.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Pink Lady' $9.85 Pale pink flowers that bloom March to April. Grow 12-16 inches in partially sunny to full shade locations. Moist soil. Zone 4- 8.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Red Hybrid' $10.85 Cup-shaped blooms with vary from shades of maroon to purple-red. Early spring. 16 inches.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Red Lady' $9.85 Deep red flowers March to April. Cup shaped rounded flowers in a variety of shades of wine and rose. 15in. Part shade to shade. Zones 4-8.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Red Mountain' $8.85 Rose red flowers with touches of green around a showy yellow stamen. 14 inches. Shade to part shade. Zones 4-8.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Ruse Black' $12.85 Very dark blue-black flowers. Blooms in early spring. Great for unique, early color. 14 inches tall. Part shade to shade.
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Helleborus orientalis 'White Lady Spotted' $9.85 Wonderful white flowers with showy reddish purple spots and markings. Blooms early spring. Looks great when massed with other Hellebores. 12-15 inches tall. Zones 4-9.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Winter Joy Bouquet' $12.85 This wonderful variety has grater vigor and more vibrant colored flowers. The flowers include creamy yellows to bright pinks to dark, almost black reds. Prefers moist, shady areas. 10-15 in. Zone 4-9.
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Helleborus orientalis 'Yellow Lady' $16.85 Pale yellow blooms with small red freckles. Blooms in early spring. Interesting color! 15 inches tall. Shade to part shade. Zone 4- 8.
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Helleborus purpurescens $8.85 A hardy species flushed with purples, reds, and green touches. 12 inches. Shade to part shade. Zones 4-8.
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Helleborus x 'Sunshine Strain' $8.85 Vigorous hybrid. Large saucer-shaped white flowers with a blue-green tinge. Gray-green leaves. Grows 20-30 inches in part shade to shade. Zone 4-8.
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HEMEROCALLIS (Daylily)   A beautiful profusion of color bursts from this easy care perennial that has been a garden favorite for generations. Daylilies are available in varying heights, times of flowering, sizes of bloom, and a very wide assortment of colors. All are fragrant and make great cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds/butterflies. Full sun, well-drained soil is all they require. Zones 3-9.
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HEMEROCALLIS hybrids,unnamed $6.85 Off-white daylily with pale green stem. Early spring, grow to be 10-40 inches. Prefer fertile, well-drained soil and full sun (can tolerate partial shade). Zone 2-10.
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Hemerocallis 'Agnes of Glasgow' $8.85 New! Large 4" light pink flowers with a yellow throat. Fragrant flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds in mid season. Great for cutting. 24 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Ann Warner' $8.85 Soft pink flowers with a light cream line on each petal. Blooms in mid-summer. may rebloom later in the season. Strong grower. :) 2-3 ft. tall. Zones 2-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Annie Welch' $8.85 (Claar 1964) Soft pink to pink melon blossoms. Petals are lightly ruffled. Blooms early to midseason, fragrant. 24 in. A multiple award winner. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Barbara Mitchell' $8.85 Beautiful orchid, pink-coral with a yellow center. Fragrant mid summer blooms, 20 inches. Six inch flowers draw in hummingbirds and butterflies. Great cut flower. Award winner.
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Hemerocallis 'Better Believe It' $8.85 (Hall, 1971) A nice pink flower with a bright rose red eye. Butter yellow heart. Blossoms are up to 8 in width, great cut flower. A long fragrant bloomer with color starting in July through mid-August. 24 in. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
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Hemerocallis 'Candy Apple' $8.85 (Wild 1975) 6 inch blooms of rich pink melon with a glowing tangerine heart. Very ruffled petals. 28 in. Mid-season fragrant blooms look great in cut flower arrangements. Good butterfly/hummingbird plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Catherine Woodbury' $8.85 (Childs 1968) Diploid. Blush pink 6 inch blooms with soft yellow-green throat. Lightly ruffled. Blossoms mid-July through September, very long blooming for us here at the nursery! Wonderful selection for butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower gardens. Fragrant. 36 inch. Mid-season.
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Hemerocallis 'Celestial City' $12.85 Medium pink flowers with a green throat. Fragrant. Blooms mid summer into fall. 2-3 ft. tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Cherry Cheeks' $8.85 (Peck) Diploid. Six inch rose-pink flowers with yellow throats. 24-36 inches. Fragrant blooms mid to late season. Nice cutflower, butterfly, and hummingbird plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Chicago Heirloom' $8.85 Dusty pink with a deep wine halo. Tetraploid. Midseason blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower. 22 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Chicago Picotee Lace' $8.85 (Tetraploid) Creamy petals with a raspberry eye zone and edge. It has very ruffled flowers. Great contrast. Fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice in cut flower bouquets Grows up to 22 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Chorus Line' $8.85 (Kirchhoff, 81) Pure pink flowers with a dark pink ring and deep yellow center. Very fragrant. 25 inches tall. Zones 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Cosmic Hummingbird' $8.85 (Kirchhoff) 3 1/2 inch pink and honey blossoms with a ruby edge over a green throat. Superb performer. Great butterfly and hummingbird plant. Cut flowers are wonderful. 26 inches. Repeat bloomer.
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Hemerocallis 'Country Club' $8.85 Tetraploid. Wonderful soft pastel pink with creamy white streaks. Good butterfly/hummingbird plant. Fragrant cut flowers. 28 in.
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Hemerocallis 'Dacquiri' $8.85 Frosted pink 7 in flowers with pale yellow green throat. Large cut flower. 23 in. Fragrant midseason blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Daring Dilemna' $8.85 Mid summer, 24 inches, ruffled and frilled 5 inch pink flowers with a plum eye and plum edging. Repeating fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Strong stems, excellent cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Elfin Knight' $8.85 (Peck 1967) Tetraploid. Enchanting pink- apricot blossoms up to 5 inches in width are produced atop 24 inch stems. Lightly crimped petals are edged in gold. Fragrant. Midseason. A real beauty for the butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower gardens!
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Hemerocallis 'Fairy Tale Pink' $8.85 (Pierce, C. 1981) Diploid. 5 1/2 in lovely shell pink ruffled, round blooms. 24 in. A multiple award winner. Repeat bloomer. Fragrant. All around good cutflower, hummingbird, and butterfly plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Fashion Model' $8.85 (Lester) Diploid. Pastel pink flowers with deep pink veins with a green throat. 5-6 inch blooms. Fragrant blooms in early midseason attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower. 24-36 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Forty Second Street' $8.85 Five inch double pastel pink with a bright rose eye zone. Mid season, 24 inches. Fragrant cut flower. Supplies nectar to hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Hall's Pink' $8.85 (Hall) Large 5 inch pink flowers lure the butterflie and hummingbirds to the garden. A shorter daylily at only 20 inches in height. Fragrant blooms in late season, great for cutting.
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Hemerocallis 'Horizon Beyond' $8.85 5 inch double rose flowers with a yellow- green throat and dark rose edging. Height: almost 2 feet. Excellent choice with fragrant blooms that attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Also a nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Janice Brown' $12.85 Bountiful pale-pink flowers with a broad deep-rose eye. Multiple award winner. Great choice for cut flower, butterfly, and hummingbird gardens. Fragrant. Height 21".
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Hemerocallis 'Little Mystery' $8.85 (McEwen) Heavily branched and budded, 26 inch, ruffled, star like pinkish melon 4 inch blooms. Good cut flower. Sweet fragrance draws hummingbirds and butterflies into the garden.
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Hemerocallis 'Little Women' $8.85 (Wild 1971) Buff pink 3 inch flowers with an attractive cherry red halo. Fragrant blooms in early midseason. 26 in. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Pink Embers' $8.85 (Wild,1978) 5-6 inch blooms of light yellowish pink, with tangerine heart. Petals are ruffled and crimped. Early- midseason blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Fragrant cut flower. 18-20 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Plum Beauty' $8.85 Produces many large 5-inch plum-colored blooms with a yellow eye. Fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Good cut flower. 28 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Ponytail Pink' $8.85 Soft pastel pink with a peachy center. Mid season fragrant blooms. 24 inches. Cuttings make great bouquets. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Puff' $8.85 Gorgeous 5-6 inch orchid pink blossoms with a chartreuse throat. Fragrant flowers appear midseason and provide food for hummingbirds and butterflies. Good cut flower. 30 inches. Reblooming.
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Hemerocallis 'Roller Coaster' $8.85 (Wild, 1985) Fragrant ruffled pink flower with light pink raised ribs. Gold throat. A beautiful flower, excellent for cutting! Early midseason. 28 inches. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Sheer Perfection' $8.85 (Wild 1972) Rich pink melon flowers. Fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies in July. Nice cut flower for arrangements. 24-30".
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam French Marble' $8.85 Nice creamy-pink flowers atop 16 inch stems. Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds from June-August. Great cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Prissy' $8.85 Pink flowers with a rose eye, great for cutting. Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Grows 1-2' high.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Rainbow Magic' $8.85 Flowers are a beautiful Creamy apricot that are almost round in shape. Blooms mid summer. 22 inches tall. Zones 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Sugar Time' $8.85 Very lovely peach with a plum eye zone. Midseason blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower. 12-20 inches high.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Virginia Henson $8.85 (Henry) Diploid. Gorgeous four-inch creamy-pink bloom with a ruby red eyezone and a deep green throat. Fragrant. Provides nectar to hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower. 18 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Spacecoast Starburst' $8.85 Six-inch pink lavender blend with a startling gold picotee edge and yellow center. Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds from early to mid season. Looks great in cut flower arrangements. 24 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Fields Forever' $8.85 Light pink with a dark rose center and rose ruffled edges. Early to mid season, 26 inches. Sweet fragrance attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Great for cutting.
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Hemerocallis 'Strutters Ball' $8.85 (Mold 1986) Broad six-inch beautiful dark purple blooms. Tetraploid. Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Good cut flower. 28 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Summer Splendor' $8.85 (Reckamp 1965) Apricot flushed with orange. 24-36 inches. Part sun and moist soil.Cut flower. Hummingbirds and butterflies love the sweet fragrance.
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Hemerocallis 'Wayside Greenlamp' $8.85 Shell-pink blooms with ivory midribs. Late fragrant blooms make great cuttings. Tetraploid. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. 20 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Wild Key' $8.85 (Wild 1966) 4 in peach pastel flowers. Fragrant blooms in early May. 24 inches in height. Excellent for butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower garden.
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Hemerocallis 'Wild Trend' $8.85 (Wild,1967) Pink-apricot flowers with a gold throat. Midseason. 36 inches. Fragrant cut flower. Full sun and moist soil. Good hummingbird and butterfly plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Wineberry Candy' $8.85 Orchid lavender petals with a dark purple eye zone. Very fragrant. Blooms in early to mid summer. Provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. Great for cutting. 22 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Young Countess' $8.85 Pale orchard pink bloom with a tiny green eyezone that blends into a pale yellow throat. Ruffled petals and crimped sepals. Fragrance attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. 4 in bloom stands on a 26 in tall plant, makes great cuttings.
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Hemerocallis 'Canadian Border Patrol' $12.85 The 6" blooms are cream with purple-red eyes and purple-red edging. Great for cut flower arranging. Fragrant. Lures hummingbirds and butterflies in to the garden. 24" high. Sun to light shade and a well drained soil. Zones 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Gentle Shepard' $8.85 (Yancy, 1980) Near white 5 inch flowers with a green throat. Semi-evergreen. Grows 29 inches June-July in full sun to part shade with medium moisture soil. Zone 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Little Showoff' $8.85 (Williamson-1972) Cream blossom with a red eyezone and a green throat. Three-inch fragrant blossom stands on a 16 inch plant. Early midseason. Great choice for hummingbird, butterfly, and cut flower gardens.
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Hemerocallis 'Little Snow Princess' $8.85 This daylily was hybridized after the famous plantsman Howard Brooks and bears Ivory flowers with a green throat. Good butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower. Fragrant. 18 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Moonlight Masquerade' $12.85 5 1/2 inch creamy white petals with a dark purple eye zone. Early to mid season, 26 inches. Provides nectar to hummingbirds and butterflies. Looks great in cut flower arrangements. Fragrant.
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Hemerocallis 'Nile Crane' $8.85 Lavender rose with a cream throat, mid season, 26 inches. Sweet fragrance draws out hummingbirds and butterflies. Cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Raspberry Candy' $8.85 Soft ruffled cream flowers with a red eye. Fragrant early season blooms on 26 inch stems make nice cuttings. Also a good butterfly and hummingbird plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Shocker' $8.85 Cream pink 3-4 inch blossoms with a red eyezone. Deep green throat. Cute cut flower! Fragrant blooms draw in the hummingbirds and butterflies. Blooms in July. Enjoys full sun and moist soil.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Ury Winniford' $8.85 (Henry, 1980) Diploid. 4 inch cream flowers with a purple eyezone. Ruffled, Green throat. Fragrant flowers appear in early summer. Provides nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. May rebloom. Many blooms per stalk, great cuttings. 23 in tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Autumn Red' $12.85 Deep red fragrant flowers in mid summer. May rebloom later in the season. Great in a border, butterfly garden, hummingbird garden, cut flower bed or by itself. 2-3 ft. tall. Zones 2-8.
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Hemerocallis 'Bette Davis Eyes' $8.85 Light lavender with a purple eye and yellow throat. Fragrant early blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower. Grows mid-summer in rich, well- drained soil and full sun to 23 inches. Zone 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Blue Sheen' $8.85 Dark purple petals and contrasting yellow throat. Grows 20 inches mid to late summer. Prefers full sun or partial shade and moist soil. Zone 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Catherine Neal' $8.85 (Carpenter) Lovely deep purple blossom with a green throat. One of the best purples! Six inch blossom stands on 30 inch plant are great for cutting. Hummingbirds and butterflies are drawn to the garden by its sweet fragrance.
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Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache' $8.85 (Marsh-Klehn,1981) Six-inch velvety, scarlet-red ruffled flowers. Gorgeous cut flower! 27 inches. Fragrant midseason blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Very sunfast.
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Hemerocallis 'Chicago Heirloom' $8.85 (Marsh-Klehm) Lavender pink 5 inch flowers with a hint of orchid. Prominent ivory midribs. Distinctive wine red halo. 22 in. Early blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Chicago Jewell' $8.85 Deep lavender blossoms. Blooms midsummer make nice cuttings. Fragrant. 25 inches tall. Good nectar source for butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Chicago Knobby' $8.85 (Marsh) Six-inch plum colored blooms with petals tightly fluted and cream tipped. In late June to early July the fragrant blooms lure butterflies and hummingbirds. Deep plum halo. 22 inches. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Christmas Is' $8.85 Very showy scarlet flowers with a yellow throat. Fragrant mid season blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Cut flower. 26 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Crown Fire' $8.85 (Himottu) Bright ruffled copper-red blossoms with a small white margin and midrib. 36 inches. Fragrant blooms are great cut flowers and attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Darius' $8.85 Purple-dark blue flowers. Slightly ruffled. Fragrabt blooms in midsummer attract hummingbirds and butterflies. 22 inches tall. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'James Marsh' $8.85 28 inch stems bear scarlet red flowers in mid summer. Sweet fragrance attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Great cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Jim's Pick' $8.85 (Wild, 1975) Delicate rose flowers with a tangerine heart. Large seven inch blossoms are slightly ruffled. Early to midseason. Fragrant cut flower. Attracts hummigbids and butterflies. 40 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Jeune Tom' $8.85 (Crochet) Light red flowers with deep yellow center. Blooms early on long scapes. 2-3 ft. tall. Zones 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Lavender Deal' $8.85 Huge fragrant lavender flowers, seven inches across. Excellent for cutting. Vigorous late season blooms on 24 inches tall. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Little Buccaneer' $8.85 Dark red blossoms. Mid-late summer bloomer. Lots of flowers offer continual cutting. Sweet fragrance will lure hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden. 24 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Little Business' $8.85 Dark maroon three inch blossom with a yellow heart. Slightly ruffled. 15-19 inches tall. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Longfield's Pride' $8.85  
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Hemerocallis 'Longfield's Twins' $12.85 Double flowers are rust-red with a yellow halo. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower. Fragrant. Height 20-26".
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Hemerocallis 'Margaret Weimer' $8.85 (Wild 1975) Burgundy with yellow heart. Fragrant bloom attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Midnight Special' $8.85 (Wild, 1979) Velvety wine six-inch flowers with a lemon heart. Early midseason fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Enchanting cut flower! 35 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Petite Rouge' $8.85 (Crochet,1983) Diploid. 4 1/2 in ruffled cherry red blossoms with a yellow green throat. Provides nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. Fragrant cut flower. 24 inches. Early-midseason.
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Hemerocallis 'Prairie Blue Eyes' $8.85 Mid season lavender flowers with a near blue eye zone, 28 inches. Great for cut flower arrangements. Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Raspberry Pixie' $8.85 (Williamson) Tiny 2-3 inch raspberry flowers with a deeper halo. Green throat. 24 inches. Midseason blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Fragran cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Red Emerald' $8.85 Five-inch flowers of currant-red, each with a green throat. Reblooms. Fragrant. May- late August. 26 inches. Good hummingbird, butterfly, cut flower. This is a Sister to 'Ewen'.
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Hemerocallis 'Royal Braid' $12.85 Five-inch lavender flowers with a royal purple eye zone and royal picotee edge (braid). Mid season, 25 inches. Nice fragrance. At home in the cut flower, butterfly, and hummingbird gardens.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Merle Kent' $8.85 Bright orchid with a deep purple eye zone, vigorous grower on a smaller scale, 18 inches. Fragrant midseason blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Nice cut flower. Prefers full sun or partial shade, and normal or sandy soil. Zone 2.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Orchid Jewel' $8.85 Pleasing light orchid rounded blooms only 2 1/2 inches wide. Narrow white petal lines and nice lime green throats. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower. Grows up to 18 inches in June with full sun.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Tee Tiny' $8.85 Diploid. Bluish-purple with purple-blue eyezone and green throat. Great choice! Grows 16 inches in full sun and moist soil. Zone 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Tang' $12.85 Four inch flowers are deep-red with a green throat. Fragrant. Grows 16-20 inches. Full sun to light shade and a well drained soil. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies and is a great cut flower. Zone 3-9.
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Hemerocallis 'Ann Castonguay' $8.85 Light yellow six-inch blooms make great cuttings. Fragrant. Tetraploid. Grows to be 27 inches. Provides nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Ben Arthur Davis' $8.85 (Wild, 1973) Fragrant 8 inch ruffled yellow cream blossoms brushed with orchid pink. Received the Award of Merit in 1978 from the American Hemerocallis Society. Early- midseason. 34 inches tall. Fragrant cut flower. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Big Smile' $12.85 Big seven-inch sunny yellow flowers with a ruffled pink edging, great for cutting. Fragrant mid summer blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. 24 inch stems.
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Hemerocallis 'Bonanza' $8.85 (Ferrick) Yellow flowers with a brown halo. Midseason. Fragrant cut flower. Nectar attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. 28 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Buttered Popcorn' $8.85 An excellent double, ruffled yellow flower. 30 inches. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower. Sweet fragrance.
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Hemerocallis 'Calico Day' $8.85 (Wild, 1984) Six-inch ruffled yellow pink pastel flowers with yellow throat. Fragrant early-midseason blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Nice cut flower. 25-30 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Centennial Sixty-Nine' $8.85 Medium yellow with crimped petals. 24-36 inches tall. Early-midseason. Food source for butterflies and hummingbirds. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Charles Trommer' $8.85 (TETRAPLOID) 36 inches tall. Flowers have a light yellow self with a green throat. It has a well branched and graceful growth habit. Early-midseason fragrant blooms. Excellent addition to butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower gardens.
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Hemerocallis 'Chartreuse Magic' $8.85 (Wild 1965) 5 inch lemon yellow flowers with a green throat. 24-36 inches. Heavy creped glittering substance. Mid-season. Fragrant blooms provide nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Circle Round' $8.85 (Brooks 1971) Fragrant five-inch butter yellow flowers, splashed with cinnamon brown dots in mid-July to August. Dark brown eye. At home in the cut flower, hummingbird and butterfly gardens. Diploid. 24 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Close Up' $8.85 (Wild 1975) Pale lemon ruffled blossoms, 6 in width, brushed with rose. Clear lemon heart.26-32 in. Fragrant blooms in early to mid-season make great cut flower arrangements. Good butterfly and hummingbird plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Cloverdale' $8.85 (Peck) Pastel yellow and pink. 26 inches. Mid-Late season bloom, Tetraploid. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Copper Medallion' $8.85 (Wild 1968) Beautiful copper and bronze blossoms with a circular halo. Flowers are up to five inches in width. Fragrant early- midseason blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower. 30 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Double Bourbon' $8.85 (McEwen 1970) Double whiskey brown flowers. Diploid. Winner of the Ida Munson Award of the American Hemerocallis Society for double flowers in 1981 and a Honorable Mention in 1974. 24-36 inches. Gorgeous cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant.
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Hemerocallis 'Double Encore' $8.85 (Brooks 1990) Diploid. Soft lemon yellow heavy, waxen textured blossoms. Early flowers tend to be single, doubles appearing later in the season. Reblooms through September. Nice fragrance. Great addition to hummingbird, butterfly, and cut flower gardens. 24 inches tall. Early midseason-late.
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Hemerocallis 'Double Jackpot' $8.85 Five inch light sulfur yellow double flowers with a green throat. 24 inches tall, great for cutting. Fragrant blooms from early May to late August attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'El Desperado' $12.85 4 1/2 inch mustard yellow with a red eye zone and a fine red edging. Blooms in late season offering nectar to hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower. 28 inch.
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Hemerocallis 'Emerald Gown' $8.85 (Wild 1970) Bright six inch lime yellow ruffled flowers. An excellent variety. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower. Fragrant. 24-36 inches. Midseason.
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Hemerocallis 'Esperanza' $8.85 (Brooks 1969) Bright orange. Early blooming and very floriferous - makes great cuttings. 24-36 inches. Tetraploid. Fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Flava' (Lemon Lily) $8.85 (Syn. H. lilio-asphodelus) Well-known old favorite. Yellow, fragrant flowers look great in cut flower arrangements. Here in Maine, this daylily blossoms in June. 24-36 inches. Great naturalizer for hummingbird and butterfly gardens.
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Hemerocallis 'Gauzy Wing' $8.85 (Wild,1984) 6 inch yellow flowers have a cream raised rib. Green throat. Very ruffled petals. Midseason. 34-38 inch height. Provides fragrant nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Golden Bounty' $8.85 (McEwen) Flat wide golden flowers with ruffled petals, floriferous with great vigor - outstanding cut flower. Mid season fragrant blooms lure hummingbirds and butterflies to your garden. 28 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Golden Chance' $8.85 (Wild 1971) Fragrant six to seven-inch gold blossoms with deep red edges. Very ruffled petals. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Great cut flower. 28 inches. Midseason blooms.
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Hemerocallis 'Golden Flute' $8.85 (Wild, 1983) Charming light gold blossoms with peach highlights. The 5 inch flowers are slightly ruffled. Provides nectar to hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower. Mid to late season. 25 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Green Flutter' $8.85 (Williamson) Slightly ruffled, canary yellow blossoms with a green throat. Three- inch blossom stands on a 20 inch tall plant - great for cutting. Fragrant midseason blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Hallowell' $8.85 (Hall 1966) Creamy yellow flushed rose pink. At home in butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower gardens. Fragrant.
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Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns' $8.85 (Apps) An excellent choice for not-so-great sites. This little wonder has three-inch light yellow flowers that bloom all summer. Nice cut flowers! Fragrant blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. 20 inches.
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Hemerocallis 'Hyperion' $8.85 (Mead 1925) An all time favorite! Soft yellow fragrant flowers. Midseason. Ideal for naturalizing in butterfly and hummingbird gardens. Royal Horticultural Society Award of Merit. 4 feet. Great cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Kathy Goodrich' $8.85 Melon colored ruffled flowers. Fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies in midsummer. Nice cut flower. 26 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Lady Lucille' $8.85 Intense orange six-inch blooms with yellow midrib. Tetraploid. Sturdy cut flower. Mid- season. 24 inches. Fragrant. Provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Mary Todd' $8.85 (Fay 1967) Tetraploid. 6 inch wide, ruffled yellow blossoms. 30 inches tall. Richard C. Peck Memorial Medal 1974. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Early- Midseason. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Mini Stella' $8.85 (Jablonski) Dainty yellow, two inch blossoms. Lightly crimped and recurved. Olive throat. Reblooming. Early. Cute cut flower. 14 inches in height. Fragrant flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds to your garden.
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Hemerocallis 'Mint Tint' $8.85 (Brooks, McEwen) Diploid. Fragrant, 8 inch yellow flowers, flushed with chartreuse. Jade green throat. Good butterfly, hummingbird, and cut flower. Reblooming. 22 inches. Midseason-Late.
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Hemerocallis 'Moonlit Caress' $12.85 Glowing creamy near white flowers, with frilly yellow edges. Blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies in mid to late summer. 36 inches tall. Zones 3-8. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Obo' $8.85 (McEwen 1973) Diploid. 2 1/2 inch flowers of burnt orange and persimmon. Vivid bright orange throat. Fragrant. 22 inches. Mid-Late season. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Patio Parade' $8.85 (Webster) Medium light yellow blossoms. Deep green foliage. A very vigorous grower. Attractive cut flower. Fragrance lures hummingbirds and butterflies into the garden. Six inch blossoms stand on a 28 inch plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Perennial Pleasure' $8.85 (Hardy, 1968) Delightful light yellow five inch blossoms with green throats. Received the Award of Merit from the American Hemerocallis Society in 1973. Fragrant cut flower. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Midseason. 26 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Prayer Lady' $8.85 (Brooks 1973) Creamy yellow flowers. Fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies from mid to late summer. 20 inches tall. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Ruben Mendez' $8.85 (McEwen 1973) Diploid. Soft 6 inch chamois yellow flowers, with a lavender midrib, ruffled edges. Begins to bloom late July through August. Provides nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds. Fragrant cut flower. 40 inches tall.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam Fancy Dress' $8.85 (Henry,1981) Big yellow flowers with tiny ruffled edges. 18" tall. Fragrant blooms mid-summer. Great for front of perennial borders or in hummingbird, butterfly and cut flower gardens.
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Hemerocallis 'Siloam June Bug' $8.85 (Henry) Gold 4 inch blooms with a dark maroon eye. Superb ruffling - great cut flower. 20 inches. Midseason. Sweet fragrance lures hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Sing Again' $8.85 (Hall 1969) Cantaloupe blossoms provide nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Sombero Way' $8.85 (Reckamp 1973) Tetraploid. Orange apricot- pink, 6 inch flowers. 24 in. Rebloomer. A multiple award winner. Fragrant. Midseason- Late. Good butterfly, hummingbird and cutting plant.
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Hemerocallis 'Star Dream' $8.85 The most fragrant daylily. Lemon yellow five to six-inch flared blooms. 36 inches. Midseason blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro' $8.85 (Jablonski 1977) One of the most popular daylilies today! Dainty golden yellow two to three-inch flowers with a small green heart. The petals are ruffled. Starts early and continues to rebloom throughout the season. 24 inches. Ideal for containers, cut flowers, butterflies and hummingbirds too! Fragrant.
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Hemerocallis 'Story Teller' $8.85 (Brooks 1973) Light yellow fragrant flowers - great for cuttings. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Hemerocallis 'Sunset Sonata' $8.85 (Mission Gardens, 1970) Tetraploid. 6 inch flowers with an orange heart graduating into a apricot-orange. Ruffled. 24-36 inches. Provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. Fragrant cut flower. Mid- season.
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Hemerocallis 'Texas Sunlight' $8.85 (Lewis) A ruffled pure gold blossom. Three- inch blossoms. 28 inches. Cute cut flower. Fragrant flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Hemerocallis 'Toyland' $8.85 (Reckamp 1965) 2 inch flowers of tangerine- melon with a vivid throat of deeper tangerine-melon. Gorgeous cut flower. Fragrant blossoms attract hummingbirds and butterflies. 24-36 inches. Early. Fischer Memorial Award, 1971.
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Hemerocallis 'Twilight Beach' $8.85 (Wild 1971) Fragrant flowers with a glowing tangerine heart. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Verdant Valley' $8.85 (Wild, 1983) Charming velvety yellow six inch blossoms with green throat. Ruffled petals. Tends to rebloom. Early. 30 inch stems - great for cuttings. Fragrance draws butterflies and hummingbirds into the garden.
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Hemerocallis 'Wind Chimes' $8.85 (Wild 1974) Yellow melon pastel flowers that provide nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower.
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Hemerocallis 'Winning Ways' $8.85 (Wild, 1966) Greenish-yellow fragrant blooms attract hummingbirds and butterflies early to midseason. Good cut flower. 32-34 inches tall.
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Daylilies from Maine $38.85 A selection of 5 daylilies of our choice. All named varieties in an assortment of colors, sizes, and bloom times. A great start on a collection or a great gift idea.
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Hemerocallis Naturalizing Mix (25) $100.85 A collection of 25 plants from our already large selection. Included are a variety of colors and blooming times to give your landscape a long season of enjoyment. Our choice of unnamed varieties. All full size plants.
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Our Daylily Collection (10) $68.85 A selection of 10 daylilies, our choice. All full size plants, all named varieties with labels. We will include a variety of colors and flowering times so you can have blooms all season.
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HEPATICA   An ideal plant for the shade garden. Provide a rich soil full of organic matter such as leaf mold or old manure. Flowers appear in early spring. Zones 4-8.
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Hepatica acutiloba $7.85 Native to eastern U.S. Evergreen foliage with pointed three-lobed leaves. Flower color varies from pure white to shades of light purple/blue in color. Flowers appear VERY early in spring. 3-7 inches tall. Usually dormant by June 1.
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Hepatica america $7.85 Evergreen foliage, each leaf consists of three rounded lobes. White flowers appear VERY early in the spring. 6-8 inches in height. Usually dormant by June 1.
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HERBS   Aromatic herbs are valued for many culinary and medicinal purposes. All herbs listed can also be used for ornamental interest.
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Artemisia dracunculus (See: Artemisia) $6.85 (French Tarragon)
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Galium odoratum (Sweet Woodruff) $5.85 (Sweet Woodruff) (Syn: Asperula odorata) A nice perennial ground cover for the shady area of your garden. Sweet hay scented leaves and fragrant white flowers. Often used for potpourri. May-June. Part shade here in the North, full shade in the South. Moist, well-drained soil. 8 inches. Zones 4- 7.
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Levisticum offinale (Lovage) $5.85 (Lovage) Foliage is similar in looks to celery. Large flat clusters of yellow flowers in late summer. Can reach up to 6 feet in height. Well-drained soil, full sun. Easy! Zones 5-8.
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Melissa officinalis $5.85 (Lemon Balm) Lemon-fragrance with attractive bright green foliage. White flowers appear in mid-summer. Used to make potpourri. Average garden soil is just fine for this herb! 12-18 inches.
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Melissa officinalis 'All Gold' $6.85 (Lemon Balm) Very decorative! Wonderful golden yellow foliage. White blooms with lilac tint in mid to late summer. Fragrant. 18-24 inches tall. Zones 3-9.
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Mentha asiatica-borris (Asian Mint) $5.85 Downy, silver grey foliage with a sharp spearmint fragrance. A rare species. Does well in full to partial sun. 18 in. tall.
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Mentha spicata 'Emerald & Gold' $5.85 Very attractive golden variegation. Quickly spreading. Attracts butterflies. Great mint. Full sun/Partial shade. 2' tall. Zones 4-7
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Mentha spicata 'Kentucky Colonel' $6.85 Light Green foliage. Very light lilac blue flowers in early to mid summer. Spearmint fragrance. 1-2 ft. tall. Contain invasive tendencies with a plastic collar or plant in container.
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Origanum (Oregano) $5.85 (Origanum prismaticum) Aromatic green foliage used in a wide assortment of Italian, Mexican and Greek dishes. 1-2 inch Lavender-pink flowers. Drought resistant.
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HERNIARIA (Burstwort) (Rupturewort)   These flat-growing, dense carpet-forming perennials are wonderfully useful as a groundcover in a rock garden. All they need is well-drained, sandy, lime-free soil and full sun, and you have a pleasant new plant for groundcover.
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Hernaria glabra $5.85 Dense mats of stemless bright green foliage that is an ideal ground cover for between stones. Tough! We have some cascading down a fieldstone wall in a very exposed area and it comes through each winter beautifully! 2-3 in. Zones 4-7. Full sun to part shade, well-drained soil.
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HEUCHERA (Coral Bells)   Useful plants for edgings, rockeries or borders. The dainty bells held erect by wiry stems form a bright mist of color in June, good for cutting. Give them well- drained, rich soil. Full sun or partial shade. Most average 18- 20 inches in height. Great butterfly and hummingbird plant! Zones 4-8.
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Heuchera americana 'Chocolate Ruffles' $8.85 Lovely foliage. Each ruffled leaf is chocolate on top with burgundy on the underside. 30 inches. Flowers are great for cutting and attract hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain' $7.85 Unique seed propagated strain that can be highly variable, foliage is a marbled silver green with occasional red edging. White flowers in spring, great for cutting. Provides pollen for butterflies and hummingbirds. 18 inches.
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Heuchera americana 'Green Spice' $7.85 Very large leaves of a light green with deep purple venation, showy and vigorous, 20-24 inches. Good hummingbird, butterfly plant and cut flower.
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Heuchera americana 'Montrose Ruby' $6.85 Deep shiny purple foliage with silver marbling. Cream flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Nice cut flower. 12 inches. Striking!
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Heuchera americana 'Palace Purple' $5.85 Chosen as the 1991 plant of the year by the Perennial Plant Association! An outstanding foliage plant for full sun to partial shade. It makes a bold effect with bronzy-purple foliage which holds its color all season. Sprays of white flowers are great for cutting. 18 in. Provides nectar for hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Heuchera americana 'Ring of Fire' $8.85 Greenish silver leaves with red veins, taking a coral edge late in the season. White flowers. Great choice for hummingbird, butterfly, and cut flower gardens. Height: 24-30". Sunnier locations require a more moist soil.
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Heuchera 'Beauty Color' $8.85 Eye catching! Green leaves with white marble and orange edging. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Looks great in cut flower arrangements. Grows to 30 to 50 cm high.
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Heuchera 'Geisha Fan' $8.85 New! Silver with purple veins on fan shaped leaves. Large pink flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Great for cuttings. Plants about 12" high.
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Heuchera sanguinea 'Stormy Seas' $6.85 Plum leaves with silver, pewter mottling. White flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies in late spring. 8-10 inches tall. Zones 3-8. Nice cut flower.
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Heuchera x 'Harmonic Convergence' $8.85 Silvery marbled bronze foliage with frilly pink flowers from spring into mid summer. 18 to 24 inches. Nice addition to butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower gardens.
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Heuchera x 'Jade Gloss' $6.85 Silvered leaves with dark green venation. Butterflies and hummingbirds are lured to the garden in late spring by pale pink flowers. Foliage height: 11 inches, flowers: 18 inches. Nice cut flower.
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Heuchera x 'Magic Wand' $6.85 Brilliant cerise pink flowers, great early cut flower. Soothing green foliage, reblooms, 12-18 inches. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Heuchera x 'Mars' $8.85 Pale purple-red leaves with silver, contrasting patterned dark veins. Height 10-12 inches. Full sun to part shade in a well-drained soil. Zones 4-8. Good hummingbird, butterfly, and cut flower.
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Heuchera x 'Neptune' $8.85 Pewter-purple leaves with very dark veining. Leaves are slightly divided giving the plant a lively texture. 12 inches. Full sun to part shade and a well-drained soil. Zone 4-8. Great choice for butterfly, hummingbird and cut flower gardens.
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Heuchera x 'Petite Marbled Burgundy' $8.85 A dwarf with a compact neat habit Bronze leaves, with silver markings. Pink flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Great for cutting. Foliage 6 to 8 inches, flowers 10 to 14 inches.
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Heuchera x 'Prince of Silver' $10.85 Cream-pink flowers with silver-sheened foliage. Height: 8-12". Great selection for cut flower, hummingbird and butterfly gardens. Full sun to part shade and a well drained soil.
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Heuchera x 'Purple Petticoats' $8.85 Deep plum very frilly foliage, strong and vigorous, holds its form and color well even in winter, 12-14 inches. Nice cut flowers! Good hummingbird/butterfly plant.
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Heuchera x 'Raspberry Ice' $8.85 Two toned pink flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds in early summer. Raspberry brown leaves with heavy silver veining. Does best in part shade. 12-16 inches tall. Great for cut flower arrangements. Zones 4-10.
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Heuchera x 'Saturn' $8.85 Very rounded leaves with dark veining over a pewter background. Sun to part shade and a well-drained soil. 10-12 inches. Flowers are great for cutting. Butterflies and hummingbirds like it too! Zones 4-8.
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Heuchera x 'Silver Lode' $8.85 Heavily silver variegated leaves. Pink- white flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds in early spring. 1-2 ft. tall. Does great in shade gardens. Zones 4- 9. Nice cut flowers.
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Heuchera x 'Smokey Rose' $8.85 Gorgeous Rose-pink to purple flowers. Ruffled smoky bronze leaves with dark red undersides. A hardy grower. Great plant for the shady spot in your butterfly, hummingbird or cut flower garden. 1-2 ft. tall.
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Heuchera x ' Strawberry Swirl ' $8.85 Eye catching silvery green foliage with profuse coral pink flowers, May to June, 18- 22 inches. Full sun to part shade.
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Heuchera x 'Whirlwind' $8.85 Extremely fluted and crested bronze foliage. Pink-white flowers in early summer lure butterflies and hummingbirds into the garden. Nice cut flowers. A must have for the heuchera collector! 10-12 inches tall. Zones 4-8.
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Heuchera x bizoides 'Silver Scrolls' $8.85 The new look in Heuchera foliage combines extraordinary metallic silver overlay with the darkest bronze veining to give an effect that is almost crisp black. White sprays of flowers on 24 inch stems from spring into summer- excellent cut flowers. Provides nectar for butterflies and hummingbirds.
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HEUCHERELLA   A 1912 hybrid between Tiarella and Heuchera - now a wonderful ground cover in a shady, moist location. Small flowers open in late spring and rebloom in the fall. Will not tolerate full sun. 15-24 in.
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Heucherella x 'Dayglow Pink' $7.85 Brilliant pink flowers bloom above deeply cut, bronze-veined, foliage. 16 inches. Zone 4-9.
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HOSTA (Plantain Lily)   One of the best low maintenance perennials in existence and exceedingly popular. Hostas increase in value with each year, never needing any maintenance except to cut out old flower stalks or to divide the clumps. Many have fragrant blooms that sweeten the air on summer evenings. Part to full shade, however some varieties can tolerate some full sun. At home in the border, woodland, roadside, or coastal garden. Salt resistant. Zones 3-8.
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Hosta 'Abba Dabba Do' $15.85 Huge mound of variegated, wavy foliage with gold margins. (Sport of 'Sun Power.') Great for the woodland garden. 28 inches tall, 60 inches wide. Part to full shade. Fragrant blooms. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' $12.85 (Walden West) Large round dark blue cup- shaped leaves. Depths of cups have been measured at four inches. Can attain a height of 16 inches and 14 inches in width. Near white fragrant flowers. Tokudama type. Tolerates salt and full shade. Will naturalize in the woodland garden.
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Hosta 'Abiqua Moonbeam' $15.85 Large blue green leaves with a creamy white margin. White flowers in mid to late summer. 30 inches tall, 26 inches wide. Good woodland plant. Resiliant to full shade and salt.
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Hosta 'Abiqua Recluse' $8.85 (Walden-West) Brighten a deeply shaded area with the glossy yellow heart-shaped foliage. Some puckering. Slug resistant. Very vigorous, salt tolerant. 23 inches tall, 48 inches wide. Great for woodland gardens in part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Allen P. McConnell' $7.85 Very round and dense mound of green smooth foliage with thin, white margins. Distinctive addition to woodland gardens. 13 inches tall, 39 inches wide. Salt resistant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Aristocrat' $18.85 Very nice heart shaped, smooth powder-blue leaves with a wide creamy margin lightening to a creamy white or white. Light lavender flowers on 18-22 inch scapes that bloom in mid-summer. Tolerates full shade and some salt. Naturalizes well in woodland plantings. Height: 14 inches.
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Hosta 'Austin Dickinson' $14.85 Medium-sized mound of rounded green foliage with thick white margins. Very large, fragrant purple and white flowers in July through August. 17 inches tall, 40 inches wide. Woderful addition to the woodland garden. Tolerates full shade and some salt.
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Hosta 'Beauty Substance' $14.85 Large corrugated green leaves with gold edging. Very large, clump forming. White flower in summer, fragrant. Good woodland plant. Salt resistant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Big Daddy' $9.85 Impressive mound of blue-green, puckered foliage that tends to cup. Slug resistant. Rapid grower. Fragrant white flowers. 25 inches tall, 66 inches wide. Prefers shade to full shade. Moderate salt tolerance. Bold woodland plant.
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Hosta 'Big Mama' $9.85 (Aden) Large, blue puckered leaves, off- white flowers in July. Fragrant. A large hosta reaching a height of up to 36 inches tall. Very slug resistant! Tolerant of full shade and salt. One of our larger woodland selections.
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Hosta 'Black Hills' $12.85 Shiny, dark green and unruly foliage offers a nice contrast. Heavily corrugated. Pale lavender fragrant flowers. 22 inches tall, 48 inches wide. Naturalizes well in the woodland garden. Salt resistant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Blue Belle' $7.85 (Smith) Tardiana hybrid. Intense blue-green foliage attaining a height of 14 inches. White fragrant flowers. Slug resistant. Tolerates full shade and some salt. Great color contrast in the woodland garden.
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Hosta 'Blue Blazes' $12.85 Large rounded and crinkled blue leaves. Good growth rate. Fragrant lavender flowers on 38 inches scapes. Good woodland plant. Salt tolerant. Part to full shade. 24-36 inches height.
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Hosta 'Blue Boy' $6.85 (Stone) Popular choice! Dense mound of blue-green foliage. Fragrant white flowers. Vigorous, salt resistant. 19 inches tall, 45 inches wide. Part to full shade. At home in the woodland garden.
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Hosta 'Blue Dimples' $8.85 (Smith) One of the bluest cultivars developed. Deep blue, thick foliage. Pale lavender fragrant flowers in July. 18 inches tall, 45 inches wide. Part to full shade. Good wooldand plant. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Blue Ice' $12.85 Dwarf-sized mound with blue, thick slug resistant leaves. Very slow growing. 8 inches tall, 18 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Blue Mammoth' $14.85 This is a great choice for the large hosta collector. The powdered blue giant has heavily corrugated leaves and stately white bell-shaped fragrant flowers during the summer. Will reach 5 feet across with maturity. Makes a statement in the woodland. Moderately salt tolerant. Prefers part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Blue Moon' $6.85 (Smith-Alden) Heart-shaped cupped foliage of blue-green. Heavy substance. Near white flowers provide sweet evening fragrance. Can be incorporated into the rock garden, woodland or as a ground cover. Salt and slug-resistant. Part to full shade. 12 inches.
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Hosta 'Blue Shadows' $12.85 (Anderson) Heart-shaped, blue-green foliage streaked yellow. White fragrant flowers. A sport of H. tokadama 'Aureonebulosa'. Excellent slug resistance, moderate salt resistance. Prefers part to full shade. 24 inches tall, 14 inches wide. Good woodland plant.
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Hosta 'Blue Sophistication' $12.85 Eye-Catching medium blue foliage. Fragrant lavender flowers in July. Fast growth rate. 16 inches tall, 36 inches wide. Nice in the woodland. Tolerates salt and full shade.
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Hosta 'Blue Umbrella' $10.85 (Alden) Blue foliage with interesting texture. Lavender flowers. Slug resistant. 3 feet tall. Can obtain 5 feet in width. Fast grower. Another large specimen for the woodland garden. Salt tolerant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Blue Vision' $9.85 An outstanding cultivar with deep blue- green corrugated foliage. Responds well to heavy fertilization and water. White flowers. Very slug resistant. 25 inches tall, 46 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Blue Wedgewood' $7.85 (Smith) A very popular hosta with metallic blue wedge-shaped foliage. Useful as an edger, in the woodland, or as a ground cover. Rapid grower. Pale lavender fragrant flowers. Very slug resistant, salt tolerant. Part to full shade. 19 inches tall, 44 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Bold Edger' $10.85 Eight inch long leaves with a margin that changes from yellow to white during the season. Fragrant lavender flowers open in early to mid-July on 28 inch scapes. Good woodland/salt tolerant plant. Prefers part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Bressingham Blue' $15.85 Medium sized hosta with cupped, heart shaped, heavy blue leaves. Fragrant white flowers. 20" tall by 24" wide. Tolerates some salt and full shade. Nice addition to the woodland garden.
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Hosta 'Bright Lights' $15.85 Very popular in the last ten years! Leaves are puckered, gold-centered with blue-green margins. White fragrant flowers. A fast grower. 12-24 inches. Will take full shade and moderate salt, good for roadsides and coastal borders. Also a fine selection for the woodland garden.
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Hosta 'Brother Ronald' $12.85 Deep blue-green leaves, up to seven inches long by four 1/2 inches wide. Thick substance. White fragrant flowers in August. Good slug and salt resistance. 16 inches tall with a width of 35 inches. Does well in the woodland garden. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Carnival' $11.85 Green foliage with yellow margins. Fragrant lavender flowers bloom July to August. Part to full shade. Good woodland plant. Endures some salt such as coastal or roadside plantings. About 30 inches high.
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Hosta 'Cherry Berry' $14.85 A dense mound of beautiful, white-centered foliage with bright red flower scapes in mid-summer! Red seed pods are also attractive. Sweet evening fragrance. Needs some direct sunlight. 12 inches tall, 28 inches wide. Great in the open woodland or roadside garden. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Christmas Tree' $14.85 (Seaver-Vaughn) Heavily corrugated green leaves with creamy margins. Fragrant lavender flowers. Nice specimen in the woodland garden. Rapid grower! Prefers part to full shade. Will take some salty soil. 24 in.
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Hosta coerulea $6.85 Large leaves of blue and green. Flowers are white in mid summer with a soft sweet fragrance. Good woodland plant. Tolerates some salt and full shade.
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Hosta 'Color Glory' $18.85 Yellow centered with blue and green margins. A real nice grower that has fragrant white flowers in summer. At home in the full shade of woodland gardens. Salt resistant. 15-24 in.
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Hosta 'Crusader' $10.85 (Lachman) Narrow yellow to creamy white margins on dark green heart-shaped crinkled leaves. Good substance. Fragrant pale lavender flowers. 18 inches in height. Good woodland selection. Will take some salty soil. Prefers part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Daybreak' $12.85 Unusual sprawling mound habit and brilliant gold foliage make this plant a great speciman, ground cover, woodland or background plant. Summer blooms provide sweet evening fragrance. Will endure full shade and some salt. 24 inches tall, 60 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Dark Star' $12.85 Medium narrow bluish leaves, edged in cream, that make a nice arching clump in a short time. Fragrant lavender flowers bloom in late summer. "Dark Star" will flash in your shady border or woodland garden! Part to full shade. Salt resilient.
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Hosta 'Diana Remembered' $8.85 (KULPA 1997) Blue-green foliage with an inch of creamy white margins that extend to the petiole. Good texture. Large white fragrant flowers. Sport of 'Seventh Heaven.'Tolerates full shade and some salt. Great in the woodland. 15 inches tall, 24 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Dorset Blue' $8.85 (Smith-Aden) Outstanding dwarf. Intense, powdery blue foliage. White fragrant flowers. Very slug resistant. Will take some salty soil. Good woodland plant. 10 inches tall, 24 inches wide. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Elvis Lives' $14.85 (Avent 1995) Arching narrow blue foliage with a wavy margin. Lavender flowers in mid- season provide evening fragrance. Prefers part to full shade. Good woodland plant and will tolerate some salt for coastal and roadside plantings. 18 inches tall.
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Hosta 'Evelyn McCafferty' $9.85 Attractive, blue-green, heart-shaped puckered leaves. Lovely white fragrant flowers. 24 in. Nice selection for the woodland. Will take full shade and some salt.
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Hosta 'Eventide' $14.85 Very large! Ruffled green leaves with white edging. Fragrant lavender flowers. Good woodland plant. Prefers part to full shade. Salt tolerant. 17 inches tall.
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Hosta fortunei 'Albo-picta' $6.85 Medium mound of seasonally variegated foliage. Leaves are gold-centered in spring. Part to full shade. 23 inches tall, 50 inches wide. Will take some salty soil. Soft textured specimen for woodland gardens. Fragrant.
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Hosta fortunei 'Aureo-Marginata' $6.85 (Syn: H. f. 'Gold Crown') This hosta has an attractive gold border surrounding a deep green leaf. Slug and salt resistant. Tolerates sun and full shade well. Maintains ornamental value all season. Great for woodland gardens. Fragrant lavender flowers. 12-24 inches tall. 52 inches wide.
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Hosta fortunei 'Francee' $6.85 (Klopping) Dark green leaves edged with a stunning white margin that persists throughout the season. Lavender flowers have sweet evening fragrance. Good as a ground cover and woodland selection. Sun and salt tolerant. Rapid grower. A favorite with our customers. Part to full shade. 21 inches tall, 50 inches wide.
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Hosta fortunei 'Fire & Ice' $15.85 Very attractive white-centered, green- margined leaves. Fragrant lavender flowers. Fast growing, great in the woodland planting. 12-20". Will take moderate salt and full shade.
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Hosta 'Fragrant Blue' $12.85 (Aden) Gorgeous medium-large mound of frosty, heart-shaped blue foliage. Fragrant lavender flowers in August. 12-20 inches tall. 48 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Fragrant Bouquet' $12.85 (Aden) 1998 American Hosta Growers: Hosta of the Year! Apple green foliage with irregular light yellow margins. Extremely fragrant white flowers. Rapid grower, pest resistant. Tolerant of some sun and salt. Prefers part to full shade. Does well in woodland settings. 18 inches.
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Hosta 'Fringe Benefit' $8.85 (Aden) A large hosta with green heart- shaped leaves edged with white. A rapid grower. Pest resistant. A real beauty for the woodland garden or background. Pale lavender fragrant flowers. 36 inches tall. Will take full shade and some salty soil.
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Hosta 'Ginko Craig' $5.85 (Craig/Summers 1986) Variegated narrow dark- green foliage with white margins. Can be used as an edging plant or ground cover. 12- 14 inches tall. Purple striped blossoms.
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Hosta 'Gold Drop' $5.85 (Anderson) A nice hosta for the foreground. Small gold leaves that will brighten up a dark spot in the woodland garden. Fragrant lavender flowers. 6-12 inches tall. 33 inches wide. Salt tolerant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Gold Regal' $8.85 (Aden) Large gold leaves, form a vase- shaped clump. Beautiful specimen plant. Fragrant lavender flowers. 36 inches in height. Shade to full shade. Salt resistant. Great for woodland plantings.
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Hosta 'Gold Scepter' $6.85 (Yellow heart-shaped 'quilted' foliage. Forms a small tight mound. Blooms provide sweet evening fragrance in summer. Salt tolerant. Good woodland, coastal, roadside and shady border plant. Part to full shade. 12 in. tall by 18 in. wide.
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Hosta 'Gold Standard' $7.85 (Banyai 1976) Light green leaves sprout in spring, eventually turning light gold by summer. Dark green margins are prominent all season. Early sun will bring out the golden color. Fragrant lavender flowers in summer. All time favorite. Tolerates moderately salty soil. 22 inches tall, 60 inches wide. Nice woodland selection.
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Hosta 'Golden Bullion' $6.85 (Bennerup 89) Pale yellow foliage with a greenish tinge. Cupped leaves. Leaves can measure up to 6 inches in length. Heavy substance. Slug and salt resistant. 16 in. Near white fragrant flowers. Lightens up a woodlang garden. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Golden Sculpture' $12.85 (Anderson 1982) Large, vase-shaped mound of 16-inch bright gold foliage. Near white fragrant flowers on tall scapes in June/July. A very impressive background in our woodland planting! Will tolerate full shade and some salty soil. 33 inches tall, 72 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Golden Tiara' $6.85 (Savory,1977) Bright green leaves with a fast clumping habit. Light lavender flowers with evening fragrance. Height: 6-12 inches. At home in the woodland garden. Prefers part to full shade. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Grand Tiara' $12.85 A sport of H. 'Golden Tiara,' with wider golden margins and dark green foliage. Thick substance. Purple fragrant flowers. 10-15 inches tall. 44 inches wide. Will take full shade and moderate salt along the coast and roadsides. Good woodland plant.
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Hosta 'Green Fountain' $5.85 Shiny green leaves on interesting red stems make this hosta a nice addition to borders, coastal, roadside and woodland gardens. Pinkish lavender flowers in mid summer provide sweet evening fragrance. Prefers shade to full shade. Resilient to salty soil. 12-30 in.
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Hosta 'Hadspen Blue' $8.85 (Smith) One of the bluest cultivars ever developed - which remains blue throughout most of the summer. Beautiful, solid, heavily-textured foliage. Pale lavender fragrant flowers in mid summer. 18 inches tall, 48 inches wide. Part to full shade. Salt tolerant. Good woodland plant.
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Hosta 'Halcyon' $7.85 (Smith 1988) Chalky blue foliage. Heavy substance. Fragrant white flowers in late summer. Forms a dense, medium-sized mound. Good slug resistance. Salt tolerant. 16 inches tall. Great in the full shade of woodland gardens.
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Hosta 'Hi Ho Silver' $16.85 A small variety with dark green leaves edged in wide white margins. Dark purple fragrant flowers in late summer. A beautiful addition to the front of perennial borders and woodland gardens. Will take moderately salty soil. 10-12 inches tall. Zones 3-9. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Honeybells' $9.85 Large light green leaves. Violet white flowers. Blooms mid-August with a nice evening fragrance. Zone 3-8. Good woodland plant. Part to full shade. Salt tolerant. Mature height 24 in. tall by 50 in. wide.
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Hosta 'Honeysong' $8.85 Medium green leaves with a wide creamy white edge. Fragrant lavender flowers. 18 inches. Tolerates full shade and some salt. Great for coastal, roadside, and woodland gardens.
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Hosta 'Hoosier Homecoming' $16.85 Mid sized and heavily puckered, cream edges, gold center. Leaves are heavily puckered and tend to form a cup shape. White fragrant flowers. Brightens up a woodland planting. Salt and full shade tolerant. 20 in. high by 36 in. wide.
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Hosta 'Hydon Sunset' $8.85 Small hosta with heart shaped gold leaves in the spring that turn green by mid- summer. Fragrant summer blooms. 8 inches, 22 inches wide. Prefers part to full shade. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Inniswood' $14.85 (Inniswood Gardens) Bright gold-centered, heart-shaped puckered foliage with deep green margins. Good slug and moderate salt resistance. Fragrant lavender flowers. Great specimen and woodland plant. Slow grower. Part to full shade. 22 inches tall, 48 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Invincible' $7.85 Very shiny dark green foliage, each leaf is 8 inches long by 6 inches wide. Smooth texture. Fragrant lavender flowers in August. Salt tolerant. Prefers full to part shade. Nice woodland selection.
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Hosta 'Island Charm' $18.85 A small hosta, looking like that of the host great expectations. Only 8 inches tall. Fragrant violet flowers. Will take full shade and some salt. Attractive addition to coastal, roadside, and woodland gardens.
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Hosta 'Janet' $9.85 16" tall, yellow leaves with a narrow green margin Fragrant white flowers. Prefers part to full shade. Will take moderately salty soil. Great choice for the woodland.
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Hosta 'June' $16.85 A definite standout! Gold-centered leaves bordered by a blue-green margin. The light center will bleach to a creamy white in the bright light. Lavender flowers in mid summer emit sweet evening fragrance. 16 inches tall, 37 inches wide. Great compliment to a woodland assembly. Full shade and salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Just So' $12.85 Attractive foliage with wide green margins and gold centers. Good substance. Pale lavender fragrant flowers. Good rock garden, woodland or low edging plant. Full shade and moderate salt tolerance. 6 inches high by 20 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Katherine Lewis' $10.85 Bright gold leaves and fragrant lavender flowers. 39 inches tall. 42 inches wide. Salt tolerant. Prefers shade to full shade. Great background to the woodland garden.
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Hosta 'Knockout' $15.85 Wide cream edges with multi-colored blue- green centers. Puckered, rounded foliage. 15-22 in. Lightens up the woodland garden. Fragrant summer blooms. Will take moderate salt and full shade.
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Hosta 'Lakeside Cha Cha' $12.85 Wavy edged leaves, goldish green centered with a slender white edge. Lavender fragrant flowers, 14" tall by 27" wide. Salt and full shade tolerant. Great choice for woodland plantings.
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Hosta lancifolia $5.85 Lance-shaped glossy green leaves provide all season appeal. Good for woodland naturalizing on an area that needs little maintenance. Can tolerate light sun or full shade. Fragrant violet flowers in August, with mature plants producing 50- 60 scapes! Good for mass plantings. 19-24 inches tall. Will endure moderately salty soil. 44 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Leather Sheen' $12.85 One of the darkest green hostas! Glossy lance-shaped leaves that are held close to the ground. Fragrant mid-season blooms. 17 inches tall, 48 inches wide. A nice shiny woodland plant. Tolerants of full shade and moderate salt.
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Hosta 'Leola Fraim' $8.85 Attractive heart-shaped leaves with thick creamy white margins with green centers. Pale lavender flowers have pleasant evening fragrance. Lightens up a woodland planting. Prefers part to full shade. Will take some salty conditions. 22 in. high by 50 in. wide.
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Hosta 'Little Black Scape' $12.85 10" tall by 24" wide, the 5" wide heart shaped leaves emerge dull green and change to chartreuse( best color with more sun). Jet black scapes develop to contrast, lavender flowers. Fragrant. Good woodland plant. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Little Sunspot' $14.85 Bright golden heart shaped leaves with dark green border. One inch wide clumps have 12 inch scapes with white flowers. Early summer. Part sun to light shade. Well drained soil. An outstanding newly introduced Hosta!
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Hosta 'Love Pat' $12.85 (Alden,78) Stunning blue thick foliage that is both cupped and corrugated. Upright, vase-shaped growth habit. Fragrant pale lavender flowers. Slug resistant. Voted one of the Top Ten favorite hostas of the American Hosta Society. 20 inches tall. 40 inches wide. Salt tolerant. Part to full shade. Excellent selection for woodland plantings.
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Hosta 'Lucy Vitols' $14.85 (Seaver) Yellow-green leaves with a narrow green margin. Intense puckering and rugosity. Fragrant summer blooms. 15-22 in. Unique color for woodland gardens. Part to full shade. Will tolerate moderately salty soils.
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Hosta 'Minuteman' $12.85 (Machen 1994) Outstanding foliage. Each dark-green leaf has wide white margins. Slightly rippled, cupped shaped foliage. Tolerates full sun/heat. Fast grower. Fragrant. 23 inches tall. 50 inches wide. Great in the open woodland, coastal, or roadside border. Salt resistant.
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Hosta montana $7.85 Large glossy green heart-shaped leaves with fragrant near white flowers on 36 inch stems in July. Very nice upright growth habit. Endures full shade and moderate salt. Nice woodland selection.
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Hosta montana 'Aureomarginata' $12.85 Graceful long-pointing green leaves with irregular margins of yellow turning to cream later in the season. Pale lavender fragrant flowers. Outstanding specimen plant. 27 inches tall, 68 inches wide. Salt tolerant. Prefers part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Mountain Snow' $14.85 Glossy medium green leaves with a touch of white along the wavy margin. White flowers in mid-summer on 40 inch scapes provide sweet fragrance. Looks great in the woodland garden. Partial to full shade. Tolerates moderate salt.
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Hosta 'Moonlight Sonata' $12.85 Leaves are rounded, cupped and corrugated, upright blue-green with near white flowers. Blooms a pale lavender. Does well in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Clump size: 36" by 20". Leaf size: 12" by 11"
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Hosta 'Moon River' $15.85 Blue green heart-shaped leaves with a wide white margin. Fragrant lavender flowers. Small, less than 15 inches high. A handsome addition to the woodland. Tolerates full shade and moderate salt.
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Hosta 'Morning Light' $12.85 Dark green irregular margins with a creamy yellow center, strong contrast, heavy texture. 16" by 28". Fragrant summer blooms. Salt and full shade tolerant. Great in coastal gardens, roadside borders and woodland beds.
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Hosta 'Mount Royal' $5.85 (Le Jardin Botanique de Montreal,36) Green lance shaped leaves. Fragrant white flowers. 12 in. Fast grower. Nice addition to the woodland. Prefers part to full shade. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Night Before Christmas' $16.85 Stunning! Green leaves with a white center stripe. Fragrant flowers bloom on 3 foot spikes. Brighten your woodland garden! Tolerates moderately salty soil. Prefers partial to full shade.
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Hosta 'Northern Exposure' $16.85 (Walters Gardens) Flat, puckered, blue- green foliage with a wide yellow-green margin fading to cream. White flowers provide sweet fragrance. Nice specimen plant for the woodland garden. Attains a height of 36 inches. Salt tolerant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'On Stage' $16.85 Large mound of gold-centered, green- margined leaves which slowly become solidly green over the summer. Fragrant blooms. Endures some salt for coastal or roadside plantings. Also a great choice for woodland gardens. Part to full shade. 30 in. by 20 in.
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Hosta 'Pacific Blue Edger' $5.85 (Heimes) A rapidly growing blue hosta forming pinwheel mounds. The dark green leaves have silver margins with excellent substance. Great to contrast with other woodland plants. 12 inches. Fragrant blooms. Part to full shade. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Parhelion' $18.85 A sport of Sum and Substance. Large chartreuse leaves with narrow cream margins. Would look great as a center piece in a woodland garden. Fragrant lavender flowers in late summer. Prefers shade to full shade. Salt resistant. 30-36 inches tall by 48 inches wide. Zones 3-9.
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Hosta 'Patriot' $8.85 (Machen,92) Sport of 'Francee'. Deep green leaves with wide white wavy margins. Rapid growth rate. Sun and salt tolerant. A real beauty in the open woodland garden! Fragrant blooms. 23 inches tall, 50 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Pearl Lake' $5.85 Medium green heart-shaped foliage, emerging in the spring with a hint of blue. Fragrant lavender flowers. Fast growing. 16 in. Salt tolerant. Good woodland plant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Peedee Gold Flash' $18.85 (Herz, 87) Yellow lanceolate leaves with bright green margins. Purple fragrant flowers. 10 in. Nice addition to the woodland garden. Prefers part to full shade. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Pizzaz' $15.85 (Alden,86) Heart-shaped, frosted blue-green foliage with white margins accented with slight yellow streaks. Slug and salt resistant. Fragrant blooms. Part to full shade. 22 in. Beautiful specimen for woodland plantings.
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Hosta plantiginea 'Grandiflora' $8.85 This hosta is famous for its 5 inch pure white fragrant flowers that open in August and September. They form neat clumps of light green leaves 15 to 18 inches in height. Wonderful woodland plant. Moderately salt tolerant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Potomac Pride' $8.85 Shiny, dark green foliage. Fragrant bluish- purple flowers. Fast growth rate. Great addition to woodland gardens. Salt tolerant. Prefers part to full shade. 24 inches tall, 50 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Red October' $16.85 Small scaled red petioled hosta, blue green leaves with dark red petioles extending onto the leaf blade, 10" by 20". Tolerates moderate salt and full shade. Unique woodland plant.
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Hosta 'Regal Splendor' $16.85 (Walters, 87) A sport of H. 'Krossa Regal'. Frosty blue leaves with a creamy yellow border. Fragrant lavender flowers. Salt tolerant. Prefers part to full shade. 36 in. Beautiful woodland selection!
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Hosta 'Revolution' $12.85 Bold dark green edges with a cream center. The center is speckled with dark green. Fragrant summer blooms. Nice addition to the woodland garden. Will take moderate salt and full shade. 18" by 24".
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Hosta 'Robert Frost' $16.85 Impressive mound of contrasting bluish- centered and creamy white margined leaves. Fragrant white flowers. Very pretty. 24 inches tall, 50 inches wide. Tolerates salt and full shade, great for woodland, roadside or coastal gardens.
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Hosta 'Royal Standard' $5.85 (Wayside Gardens 1965) A real beauty and one of our favorite hostas! This variety has all the assets of a valuable garden perennial. Glossy green foliage with a profusion of white fragrant flowers in August through September, providing a burst of late summer color. We have a large woodland planting under a Yellowwood tree that creates comments from our customers every year! Sun to full shade and salt tolerant. 26 inches tall, 63 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Sagae' $12.85 (Syn. H. fluctuans 'Variegated') 2000 HOSTA OF THE YEAR AWARD WINNER! More popular every year! Large, heart-shaped foliage of frosty-blue, irregular creamy gold margins. Heavy substance keeps slugs at bay. Fragrant lavender flowers. Great for coastal, roadside, shady borders, and woodland plantings. Salt and full shade tolerant. 31 inches tall, 70 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Sea Beacon' $18.85 Very wide white margins, green centers. Fragrant lavender flowers to 30". 22" tall by 50" wide. Tolerates salt and full shade. Good woodland selection.
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Hosta 'Sea Fire' $12.85 Golden leaves that darken to light green, red petioles and dark reddish flower scapes. Fragrant lavender flowers. Lightens up the woodland garden. Prefers part to full shade. 16" by 32". Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Sea Lotus Leaf' $12.85 (Seaver,85) Thick blue-green cupped, crinkled foliage. White fragrant flowers in late June to early July. Will take moderate salt and full shade. At home in the woodland garden. 24 inches tall, 20 inches wide.
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Hosta 'September Sun' $13.85 (Solberg) This mid-sized hosta is a beautiful sport of the popular H. 'August Moon'-same form and gold colored center but with a bright green margin added. Fragrant lavender flowers appear in mid summer. Salt tolerant. Part to full shade. Nice woodland plant. 22in. tall by 34 in. wide.
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Hosta 'Serendipity' $7.85 (Alden) Small, rounded blue-green foliage. Forms a neat, dense clump. Attractive lavender flowers, fragrant. Characteristic salt and full shade tolerance great for roadside, coastal or woodland gardens. 13 inches tall, 36 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Shade Fanfare' $7.85 (Alden) Light green leaves with a wide, cream margin. Fragrant lavender flowers. Rapid grower. 25 in. Will take full shade and moderately salty soil. Great woodland plant.
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Hosta 'Showboat' $14.85 Broad, elongated dark foliage with a wide- creamy white margin. The edges of each leaf turns up a bit. Fragrant light lavender flowers. Medium height. 12 in. high by 30 in. wide. Will take full shade and moderate salt. At home in woodland plantings.
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Hosta sieboldiana 'Elegans' $6.85 Large corrugated blue-gray leaves. Fragrant white flowers with a tinge of lavender 24 inches tall. Prefers full shade, good woodland plant. Slug and salt resistant.
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Hosta sieboldiana 'Frances Williams' $7.85 (Williams 1986) Make a statement! Large puckered leaves are blue-green with gold margins that deepen in color as the season continues. White fragrant flowers. Slug and salt resistant. Accent your woodland garden. 28 inches tall, 63 inches wide.
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Hosta sieboldiana 'Thunderbolt' $16.85 Heavily corrugated leaves with wide blue green margins, narrow creamy golden center. White fragrant flowers, 20" by 40". Salt and full shade tolerance make this an excellent choice for coastal, woodland, and roadside gardens.
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Hosta sieboldii 'Kabitan' $7.85 Cream leaves with broad dark green margins. Leaves have a very thin, almost papery texture, a slightly shiny surface and a ruffled margin. Grows up to 10 inches tall. Fragrant. Brighten up a woodland planting with this full shade and salt tolerant beauty.
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Hosta 'Snowcap' $12.85 (Alden 1980) Blue-green leaves with creamy- white margins. Heavy substance. Fragrant white flowers. 36 inches tall, 30 inches wide. Slug and salt resistant. Nice woodland plant. Part to full shade.
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Hosta 'Snowden' $12.85 Outstanding mound of blue-green heart- shaped foliage. Fragrant white flowers. Part to full shade. At home in woodland gardens. 27 inches tall, 50 inches wide. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Snowflake' $7.85 This small hosta has lanceolate, medium green leaves and fragrant white flowers. Very floriferous. Excellent addition to woodland gardens. Will take some salt and full shade. Approx. height is 24 inches.
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Hosta 'So Sweet' $6.85 (Alden 1986) Green shiny leaves with a wide, white margin. Very fragrant white flowers. Very good sun tolerance. Good container and woodland plant. 20 inches. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Spilt Milk' $18.85 Heavy green leaves with unusual, subtle, fine white markings randomly streaked and splotched, one of a kind, 16" by 34". Works well in roadside, coastal, and woodlands, full shade and salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Stetson' $9.85 A medium sized hosta with nice puckered yellow leaves that have light green leaf margins. Brighten up the woodland with fragrant white flowers. Will tolerate moderately salty soil. Prefers part to full shade. Clumps to 12" diameter.
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Hosta 'Strip Tease' $16.85 Medium hosta that grows 16 inches tall. The leaves are heart shaped with broad dark green margins, a large yellow splash through the center, and occasional small white streaks. Part to full shade. Salt tolerant. Good woodland selection.
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Hosta 'Sugar and Cream' $10.85 (Zilis 1984) Quickly becomes a large mound of white-margined green-centered foliage. Wavy. Fragrant pale lavender flowers in mid- August. Will take full shade and moderately salty soil. Great addition to woodland gardens. 28 inches tall, 58 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Sultana' $12.85 Dark green center with a gold margin. Fragrant lavender flowers. 10" by 20". Great for part to full shade locations such and woodland gardens. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Sum & Substance' $9.85 (Aden 1980) The largest hosta cultivar! Chartreuse gold, glossy textured leaves form an immense mound. (Plan ahead!) Foliage color becomes brighter with more exposure to light. Slug and salt resistant. Lavender flowers in late summer, fragrant. Beautiful specimen plant for the woodland. 31 inches tall, 70 inches wide (or more).
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Hosta 'Summer Music' $12.85 (Klehm 1998) Increasingly popular medium mound of white centers and wide green margins. Fragrant flowers. Prefers part to full shade, salt resistant. Nice addition to woodland gardens. 18 inches tall, 41 inches wide.
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Hosta 'Sundance' $7.85 (Walters Gardens 1984) Sport of Hosta "Aoki.' Dark green leaves with a variegated edge changing from white in full sun to a golden color in the shade. Performs well in full- sun with moisture. Fragrant lavender flowers. 12-24 inches tall. Tolerates moderate salt.
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Hosta 'Sun Power' $12.85 This very large grower 60 x 20 inches has heart-shaped gold leaves with a wavy twisting edge. Rapid-growing cultivar with fragrant lavender flowers. Will brighten up a woodland garden. Prefers part to full shade. Salt resistant.
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Hosta 'Sweet Tater Pie' $12.85 Bright gold leafed hosta. Blade-like foliage with wavy edges. Purple fragrant flowers in midsummer. Fast grower. 12-24 inches high. Salt tolerant. Prefers part to full shade, such as woodland gardens.
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Hosta 'Tambourine' $14.85 H. 'Tambourine' is a Lachman hybrid that has beautiful heart-shaped leaves with a wide creamy leaf margin. Red leaf petioles provide additional interest. The vigorous Grower forms an upright clump of foliage with fragrant lavender flowers in early summer. At home in the full shade of woodland gardens. Salt resistant. 14" by 24".
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Hosta x 'Tattoo' $18.85 Very different! Rounded leaves with chartreuse centers outlined in a narrow blue-green border, set in apple-green background. Fragrant. Unique woodland color. Moderate salt and full shade tolerance. Lavender flowers. 10in. tall by 18in. wide.
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Hosta 'Tiny Tears' $7.85 Dense clump forming with green tear shaped leaves. Fragrant flowers. Will tolerate moderate salt and full shade. Good coastal, roadside, and woodland plant. 6 in. high by 21 in. wide.
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Hosta tokudama 'Bruce's Blue' $7.85 Powdery blue, cupped foliage. Puckered leaves. Near white fragrant flowers. Good woodland specimen. Will take moderate salt and full shade. 18 inches tall.
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Hosta tokudama 'Flavocircinalis' $12.85 (AHS 1987) An impressive, broad mound of thick-substance, heavily corrugated leaves of frosty, blue-green with a wide irregular gold margin. Fragrant near-white flowers. Good woodland plant. Slug and salt resistant. Prefers part to full shade. 17 inches tall, 48 inches wide.
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Hosta tokudama 'True Blue' $10.85 Heavy textured blue puckered foliage. Each leaf attains a size of 7 in wide by 8 in long. Slug and salt resistant. Fragrant lavender flowers. 24 in tall. Prefers part to full shade. Great color to add to woodland gardens.
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Hosta 'Twillight' $14.85 Leaves emerge light-green with yellow margins. Foliage matures to dark-green with white edges. Fragrant flowers. Will take moderately salty soil and full shade. Great for woodland, roadside and coastal gardens.
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Hosta undulata $5.85 Wavy foliage with white centers and green margins. Fragrant lilac flowers in July. Lightens up woodland plantings. Salt tolerant. Prefers part to full shade. Height: 16 inches.
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Hosta undulata 'Univittata' $5.85 Slightly wavy green leaves with a white center. Fragrant pale purple flowers. Part to full shade, great woodland plant. 12-24 inches tall. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta 'Veronica Lake' $15.85 18" tall by 42" wide, attractive dense mounding habit, green center, wide gold margin. Fragrant lavender flowers. Nice addition to woodland gardens. Part to full shade. Salt tolerant.
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Hosta x 'Warwick Choice' $16.85 Ovate Medium green leaf with heart-shaped base and creamy yellow to white margin. Slight shine to the leaf and leaves are ruffled. Near white flowers. 22 inches height.
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Hosta 'Wheaton Blue' $12.85 A large deep blue hosta reaching height of up to 15-20 inches. Good contrast to other woodland plants. Salt resistant. Part to full shade. Fragrant.
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Hosta x 'Whirlwind' $12.85 A standout in any hosta planting. Thick, unruly, wavy foliage. Green leaf margins surround a center that changes from pale to green to creamy-white. Good substance. Fragrant lavender flowers. 19 inches tall, 40 inches wide. Part to full shade, nice woodland specimen. Salt resistant.
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Hosta x 'Wide Brim' $5.85 (Aden 1979) Striking bright blue-green leaves with wide margins of creamy yellow. Fast-growing and easy! Fragrant lavender flowers. Nice woodland plant. Will tolerate full shade and moderately salty soil. 18 inches tall, 45 inches wide.
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Hosta x 'Zippity Do Dah' $14.85 Wavy green leaves with a curly white edge, strong growth habit, vigorous, sun and salt tolerant. Fragrant lavender flowers, 24" by 48". Great woodland plant.
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Hosta x 'Zounds' $9.85 (Aden 1978) Heavily puckered heart shaped leaves that are an attractive gold. White flowers. Slug resistant. 22 inches tall. 50 inches wide.
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Our Hosta Collection (10) $55.85 An assortment of 10 named and labeled Hosta perfect for establishing a shade or woodland garden. All plants are full size, and top quality Hosta. We'll make the selections for you! The corresponding picture is for reference and may not be exactly what is selected.
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HUMULUS (Hops)   A fast growing perennial vine whose fruits are used for brewing beer. Full sun or part shade. 18 ft. Zone 3-8.
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Humulus lupulus 'Nugget' $12.85 A yellow foliaged form of hops with large cones useful as a quick cover. Grows at least 10 feet tall.
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HYDRANGEA (Climbing Hydrangea)   (Climbing Hydrangea) A true clinging vine that is ideal for climbing up a brick or stone wall, arbor, or tree. White six-inch flat topped corymbs appear in June. Dark glossy green foliage. Rich cinnamon-brown bark. Mild fragrance. Requires rich, well- drained moist soil. Sun or shade. Slow to establish, but worth the effort. Has been know to reach up to 60 ft. Zones 4-7.
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Hydrangea anomala petiolaris $12.85 (Climbing Hydrangea) A true clinging vine that is ideal for climbing up a brick or stone wall, arbor, or tree. White six-inch flat topped corymbs appearing in June. Dark glossy green foliage. Rich cinnamon-brown bark. Mild fragrance. Requires rich, well- drained moist soil. Sun or shade. Slow to establish, but worth the effort. Has been known to reach up to 60 feet. Zones 4-7.
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IBERIS (Candytuft)   A spring blooming evergreen that is useful for borders and rock gardens. A brilliant mass of white flowers open in May, attracting butterflies. Full sun and well- drained soil required.
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Iberis sempervirens 'Autumn Beauty' $5.85 The usual profusion of white flowers that will also repeat in the fall! Attracts butterflies. 15 inches. Salt tolerant, good choice for coastal, and roadside gardens. Zone 5.
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Iberis sempervirens 'Autumn Snow' $5.85 The usual spring profusion, but also reblooms in the fall! Will tolerate some salty soil. 12 inches. Zone 5. Nice butterfly plant.
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INULA   These upright, easygoing perennials promise to brighten any sunny spot with their cheerful display of yellow, daisy-like flowers. Inulas belong to the Asteraceae family and require little maintenance, asking only for well drained soil. Plant in full sun. 24-36 inches.
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Inula orientalis 'Grandiflora' $6.85 Wooly buds open to spidery gold daisies for several weeks in summer, 2' perennial for border and cutting.
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IRIS (Bearded)   Iris are among the most popular of all garden perennials. There are an enormous range of variations that will fit any growing situation. We have listed types below for you to choose from.
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Iris pumila 'Brassil' $6.85 Yellow blossoms. Height: 10 inches.
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Iris pumila 'Snow Maiden' $6.85 Bright white flowers bloom mid-late spring. 12-16 inches tall. Sun.
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IRIS GERMANICA ( German Iris )   Tall, formal, stately beauties. All colors and fine foliage, early summer bloom time, 2 to 3 ft. Keep away from wet soils.
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Iris germanica 'Pink Horizon' $6.85 Bright pink with a gold beard blooms in early summer. Sun to part shade. 24-38 inches high.
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Iris germanica 'Pride of Ireland' $6.85 (Noyd 1971) Light green.
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IRIS (Siberian Iris)   Siberian iris form elegant upright clumps of slender, arched blue-green foliage that remains attractive all season. These easy and reliable plants are practically pest and disease free. A variety of flower colors are listed below. Full sun to partial shade. June blooming. The irises listed are varieties developed by Dr. Currier McEwen, an iris hybridizer, who has made major contributions to the development of new and improved Siberian. Fieldstone Gardens is authorized to carry Dr. McEwen's three year and older iris varieties. To obtain a listing of his most recent iris introductions, contact Sharon Whitney at the following address:Eartheart Gardens, 1709 Harpswell Neck Road,Harpswell, Maine 04079-9725. NOTE: THERE ARE MANY MORE DR. McEWEN'S SIBERIAN IRIS'S AVAILABLE IN LIMITED QUANTITIES HERE AT THE NURSERY. PLEASE INQUIRE FOR AVAILABILITY.
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Iris sibirica 'Pink Haze' $8.85 (McGarvey 1969) Diploid, 38", Med. Pink self. HM 1982, Morgan Award 1984, Morgan- Wood Medal 1988. At home in the cut flower and hummingbird garden.
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Iris sibirica 'Adj' $10.85 (McEwen 1983) Tetraploid, 30 inch, Mid- Late. Rich violet-blue with gold edging on first day, then silver. Outstanding cut flower. Wonderful plant for edging. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Annick' $7.85 (McEwen 1986) Dip., Miniature, Midseason. Lovely 2 1\2 inch flowers on 12 inch stalks. Dainty cut flower. Rich medium blue with small white signals. Round and flaring. Excellent parents for little ones. Hummingbirds like it too!
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Iris sibirica 'Baby Sister' $7.85 (McEwen 1986) Dip., Miniature, Midseason. 2 1/2 inch medium blue flowers on 7 inch stalks. Flaring falls. 2 buds on successive stalks, great for cutting. A darling for the rock garden. Nice hummingbird plant. Sister of Annick.
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Iris sibirica 'Bee' $7.85 (McEwen 1976) Tet.,27 in, Mid season bloom. Dark violet-blue, white edge of blaze showing light violet-blue styles. Good hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Bernard McLaughlin' $7.85 (McEwen 1985) Diploid, 28 inches. Midseason blooms attract hummingbirds. Charming 4-inch flowers of glistening white enhanced by a few green lines. Exquisite ruffled form with feathered midribs. Nice cut flower. Successive stalks.
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Iris sibirica 'Big Blue' $12.85 (McEwen 1970) Dip., 36 in. Our largest diploid with 5 in flowers and 2 1/2 in falls. Close to true dark blue.
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Iris sibirica 'Blue Burgee' $7.85 (McEwen 1972) Tetraploid, 30 inches., Early Midseason - Late. 4 1/2 inch ruffled flaring compact flowers of velvety-violet blue on low growing stalks. Great choice for hummingbird and cut flower gardens.
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Iris sibirica 'Blue Pennant' $7.85 (McEwen 1972) Tetraploid, Thirty inches. Attracts hummingbirds with Early Midseason - Late Midseason bloom. Sister of Blue Burgee with yellow in the signals, two branches, five - seven buds, excellent for cutting. HM 1973, MORGAN runner up 1976.
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Iris sibirica 'Blue Propeller' $12.85 Blue flowers in early to mid summer. Height: 2-3 feet. Full sun. Nice hummingbird and cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Blue Reverie' $9.85 (McEwen 1985)Tet., 35 in, Early to late midseason. The 6 inch flowers with 2 3/4 inch falls are a lovely light blue with signals, great for cutting. Very wide ruffled styles. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Blue Snippet' $7.85 (McEwen 1977) Diploid, 12-14 inches. Midseason blooms attract hummingbirds. Violet-blue three- inch flowers with violet-blue veins and pure white signals. Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Butter and Sugar' $8.85 (McEwen 1977) Diploid, twenty-seven inches, Early Midseason - Late Midseason. Unique break through introducing yellow in twenty eight chromosome Siberians. Beautiful and outstanding in every way. Great cut flower. A non-fading yellow amoena. Fine parent. HM 1978, Morgan-Wood Medal 1986. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Chartreuse Bounty' $7.85 (McEwen 1983) Diploid, thirty inches. Midseaason and repeats. Greenish yellow amoena. Open form with arching falls. Long bloom season, attracts hummingbirds. Elegant cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Chatter Box Belle' $8.85 (McEwen 1991) Tetraploid, thirty two inches. Five-inch flowers are a blend of blue-violet shades. White signals. Midseason. Beautiful cut flowers! Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Circle Round' $8.85 (McEwen) Tet., 27 in, Early to late midseason. This 4 1/2 inch medium violet blue flower is distinguished by its lovely, very round form and by its value as a parent. Produces successive stalks for a good period of bloom, attracting hummingbirds. R7,N1. Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Cleve Dodge' $7.85 (McEwen 1971) Diploid, thirty inches. Midseason. Velvety midnight blue. Clean self with no signal. Great selection for hummingbird and cut flower gardens.
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Iris sibirica 'Creme Chantilly' $8.85 (McEwen 1981) Dip., 36 in, Midseason blooms are great for cutting. Magnificent 5 inch ruffled, creamy white flowers, attract hummingbirds. 2 branches and 6 buds. Our favorite white diploid.
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Iris sibirica 'Dark Circle' $7.85 (McEwen 1976) Tetraploid, Midseason - Late. Ruffled 5 1/2 inch self of dark, velvety blue-purple. 2 1/2 inch semi- flaring falls and large standards give globe-like form. Unique cut flower. No visible signals. Hummingbirds like it too!
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Iris sibirica 'Dear Diane' $12.85 (McEwen 1979) Tet., 27 in, Midseason. Superior in every way! 6 inch flaring, ruffled flowers with 2 1/2 inch velvety, violet-blue falls, silver-edged. Marvelous parent. Great cut flower and hummingbird plant. HM 1981. R9,N1
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Iris sibirica 'Dianne's Daughter' $10.85 (McEwen 1988) Tetraploid, Late - Very Late. A charming child of "Dear Dianne" with four- inch flowers on branched thirty inch stalks. Compact, triangular form with two- inch falls and lovely ruffling. Light and deep shades of violet blue with white signals and stitching, great for cutting. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Dreaming Brown' $10.85 Violet-blue flowers with dark brown hafts make a wonderfully unique color combination for this mid to late season bloomer. 32 in. tall.
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Iris sibirica 'Dreaming Orange' $9.85 New! (McEwen 1987) Tetraploid, thirty-seven inch, Early Midseason - Late. This 5 1/2 inch flower has light yellow falls and lighter standards and styles, great for cutting. Signals are closest to orange we have yet seen. One branch and three buds on successive stalks. Sister of 'Golden Crimping.' Hummingbirds like it too!
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Iris sibirica 'Dreaming Yellow' $7.85 (McEwen 1971) Dip., 36 in, Mid-late season, and repeats. The first yellow amoena. 5 inch flaring flowers. Falls yellow first day, then cream. Blooms are great for cutting and attract hummingbirds. Fine parent for yellow. HM 1972, JC 1973, BIS-HC 1981.
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Iris sibirica 'Early Bluebird' $7.85 (McEwen 1970) Diploid, thirty-six inch. Early-Late bloomin, attracts hummingbirds. 4 1/2 inch medium violet blue. Starts early and continues five weeks. Nice cut flowers.
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Iris sibirica 'Ever Again' $8.85 (1992 McKewen) Tetraploid. Early-Very Late season bloom. 4 in blooms are true medium blue. 40 inch stems, great for cut flowers. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Ewen' $8.85 (McEwen 1971) Tetraploid, thirty-two inches, Early Midseason - Late Midseason. Excellent flaring flowers close to true red, great for cutting. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Floating Island' $7.85 (McEwen 1973) Diploid, 32 in. Midseason. The 4 1/2 inch light yellow amoena change to a cream color by the second day. Good hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Fourfold Lavender' $12.85 (McEwen 1982) Tetraploid, 28 in, midseason. 4 1/2 inch flaring lavender flowers with light borders. Styles are white. Sturdy cut flower. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Fourfold White' $7.85 (McEwen 1970) Tetraploid, 36 in, Early midseason-Late. 6 inch clear white flower. Flaring, wax like falls. 2 branches, 6-7 buds. An award winner.
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Iris sibirica 'Golden Crimping' $12.85 (McEwen 1985)Tet., 26 in, Early-Late Midseason. A new advance. Very crimped yellow edges surround creamy falls. It has yellow signals and very wide styles with yellow midribs. HM 1988. Nice hummingbird and cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Golden Edge' $12.85 (McEwen 1992) Tetraploid. Midseason. Ruffled falls of velvety blue-violet blooms with distinctly yellow wire-type edging, great for cutting. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Happy Event' $12.85 (McEwen 1982) Tetraploid, thirty-seven inches, Midseason - Late. Pure white of lovely form. Great cut flower and hummingbird plant. Superb parent.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Chanteuse' $10.85 (McEwen 1992)Ruffled white flowers with creamy tones. Blooms in mid June. A great addition to the perennial garden. 30 inches tall.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Hallelujah' $12.85 (McEwen 1983) Tetraploid, thirty-two inches, Early Midseason - Late Midseason. Outstanding 5 1/2 inch flowers of rich violet-blue. Exceptionally round, ruffled 2 1/2 inch falls. Wonderful parent. Sturdy stems are great for cutting. HM 1985. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Happiness' $12.85 (McEwen 1983) Tet., 32 in, Early-late midseason. A beautiful creamy white. Round, ruffled flaring form.Excellent parent. HM 1985. Nice cut flower and hummingbird plant.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Haze' $7.85 (McEwen 1977) Tetraploid, 32 in, early-late midseason. 5 1/2 in soft medium blue flower. Flaring 2 1/2 in falls. Styles are true light blue. 2 branches, 5-7 buds. Provides nectar for hummingbirds. Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Snow' $10.85 Pure white 5 in. flowers with greenish yellow tinges at the center. 34 in. tall. Early mid to late mid season bloom.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Snowburst' $12.85 (1991) Tetraploid, thirty-six inches. The most outstanding feature of this excellent flower is the dramatically stippled white signals bursting out on the medium blue- violet falls. Midseason blooms attract hummingbirds. Great cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Harpswell Velvet' $10.85 (McEwen, 1991) Tetraploid, 32 in, Early- Mid. Round 5 inch flowers of very dark blue purple have very velvety texture. Very wide styles and silver wire type edging around the falls. Great hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Ira Wood' $8.85 (McEwen 1982) Tetraploid, thirty-seven inches, Early Midseason - Late Midseason. Betty Wood kindly gave permission to introduce this seedling of Ira's in his name. Close to true dark blue, semi- flaring, vigorous, two branches, five-six buds. Sturdy stems area great for cutting. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Ivory Creme' $8.85 (McEwen 1987) Tetraploid, 38 in, Early midseason-Late. Beautifully ruffled, creamy white 5 1/2 inch flowers with 2 1/2 inch falls. Signals are yellow with green veins. Styles white with feathered midribs. One branch and 4 buds on successive stalks. Fine parent. Great addition to the hummingbird and cut flower gardens.
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Iris sibirica 'Kenabee' $8.85 (McEwen 1982) Dip., 39 in, midseason. Lovely soft violet-blue 3 1/2 in flaring, round flowers. Good cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds. 2 branches, 6 buds.
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Iris sibirica 'Lady Lilac' $10.85 Soft graceful blossoms of white standards and lilac falls. Nice selection for hummingbirds and cut flowers.
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Iris sibirica 'Lady of Quality' $7.85 (McEwen 1982) Tetraploid, 34 inches, Medium- Late. Flaring 6 inch medium-light violet- blue flowers with silver edging, great for cutting. 2 branches, 4-5 buds. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Lavender Bounty' $10.85 (McEwen 1982) Dip., 36 in, very early-very late, repeater. Rich lavender pink flowers with semi flaring, ruffled form. Fantastic bloomer with 3 branches and up to 9 buds at repeat bloom. Bloom period covering 8 weeks.
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Iris sibirica 'Lavender Light' $7.85 (McEwen 1974) Diploid, 38 in, very early- midseason and repeats. Lavender pink. Vertically arched form. 2 branches, 6-7 buds. Extra early blooms provide nectar for hummingbirds. Nice cut flowers.
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Iris sibirica 'Little White' $7.85 (McEwen 1970) Dip., 14 in, Mid-late season. Miniature 3 in pure white flower on low stalks. A darling.
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Iris sibirica 'Marilyn Holmes' $7.85 (McEwen 1972) Diploid, twenty-eight inches, Midseason - Late. 4 1/2 inch ruffled, round flaring dark violet blue bitone, or two branches, four-six buds. A favorite. HC 1970, HM 1973, BIS-C 1982, BRONZE MEDAL I.G.A. 1983. Hummingbirds love it too! Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Marshmallow Frosting' $12.85 (McEwen 1984) Tet., 32 in, EM-LM. 6 in glistening, pure white flower with flaring form and strong substance. Fine pollen parent. Our best white-white.
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Iris siberica 'Navy Brass' $9.85 (McEwen 1974) Tetraploid, 32 in., early mid- Late. Six-inch flaring blooms of navy blue with brassy gold signals. Sturdy cut flower. Superb! Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'On and On' $8.85 (McEwen 1977) Dip., 36 in, Early Mid to Late season flowers attract hummingbirds. Blooms repeat. Dark violet-blue with white signals, great for cutting. HM 1978.
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Iris sibirica 'Orville Fay' $7.85 (McEwen 1970) Tetraploid, 36 in, Early Mid- Late. The first tetraploid Siberian. 5 1/2 in flaring medium violet-blue. An award winner. Great choice for hummingbird gardens and cut flowers.
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Iris sibirica 'Outset' $12.85 Tetraploid 30 in (76 cm). Midseason blooms attract hummingbirds. Dark Violet with gold-white streaking at upper half; dark violet styles with violet blue midribs. Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Pansy Purple' $6.85 (McEwen 1971) Diploid, thirty-four inches, Midseason-Late. True pansy purple. No other like it. Few white lines inside of signal. Lovely cut flower! Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Peg Edwards' $7.85 (McEwen 1975) Tet., 36 in, Midseason. Flaring, light violet-blue flowers, great for cutting. Darker shoulders and white signals. SUPERB!!! HM 1976. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Polly Dodge' $8.85 (McEwen 1972) Diploid. 26 inches. Mid to late season blooms attract hummingbirds. Our favorite reddish diploid, rich velvety, semi-flaring. HM 1973, BIS-HC 1983. Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Reddy Maid' $6.85 (McEwen 1978) Tetraploid, thirty inches, Early Midseason-Midseason. Velvety dark red with white signals and light green hafts. Occasional branch, three buds. Fine parent. Provides nectar for hummingbirds. Nice cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Regency Belle' $8.85 (McEwen 1985) Tetraploid, 28 in., early mid- late mid. season. The 5 in. flowers of medium blue have 1 1/8 in. ruffled styles of light blue. This gives the flower a lovely color contrast. The 2 1/2 in flaring falls are also nicely ruffled. Exquisite cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Regency Buck' $8.85 (McEwen 1985) Tet., 30 in, midseason. Very ruffled flowers of rich, very velvety reddish, violet-blue. Wide ruffled styles, contrasting white signals. Great selection for the cut flower and hummingbird gardens.
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Iris sibirica 'Ruffled Velvet' $7.85 (McEwen 1973) Diploid, twenty-four inches, Midseason - Late. 4 1/2 inch flaring, very ruffled, velvety dark reddish purple. Styles laced and feathered. One of the Siberian greats and a superb parent. Great hummingbird plant and cut flower. Award winner!
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Iris sibirica 'Ruffles Plus' $9.85 (McEwen 1982) Tetraploid. 30 inches. Midseason. Extremely ruffled, wide petaled dark voilet blue with no visible signals and extremely wide, ruffled styles. Sturdy stems are great for cutting. Attracts hummingbirds. HM 1984.
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Iris sibirica 'Sally Kerlin' $7.85 (McEwen 1970) Diploid 27 inches. Blooms attract hummingbirds from early mid to late season. Round ruffled of medium violet blue with white signals, great for cutting. A favorite. HC 1970, HM 1971, Wisley 1977, BIS-HC 1980.
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Iris sibirica 'Sassy Kooma' $12.85 White blossoms with tinges of yellow on the inside petal. A great short selection for the front of the perennial border. 18 in. tall. Mid season bloom.
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Iris sibirica 'Shirley Pope' $6.85 (McEwen 1979) Diploid, twenty-eight inches, Midseason - Midseason Late. Lovely 4 1/2 inch extremely velvety, vibrant dark reddish purple with contrasting white signals, great for cutting. Superb! Attracts hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Shirley's Choice' $6.85 (McEwen 1987) Tetraploid, 31 in, Midseason. Dainty 4 in white flowers, charmingly ruffled, with the standards and feathered styles forming a central cup. The falls have a faint chartreuse tint deepening at the hafts. One branch and 3 buds on successive stalks. Nice cut flowers. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
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Iris sibirica 'Silver Edge' $7.85 (McEwen 1974) Tetraploid, thirty inches, Early Midseason - Late Midseason. Six-inch medium blue with falls circled by a silver edge. Gold signals, two branches, five-six buds. Attracts hummingbirds. Sturdy stems are great for cutting.
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Iris sibirica 'Snow Bounty' $7.85 (McEwen 1974) Tetraploid, 36 in, midseason. White 6 inch flowers with light yellow at hafts. Great hummingbird plant and cut flower.
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Iris sibirica 'Soft Blue' $9.85 (McEwen 1978) Dip., 36 in, VE-VL. Perferential repeater with bloom period of 8 weeks. 4 in ruffled, light blue flowers with 2 branches and 5-6 buds at repeat bloom. Lovely.
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