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  • shrubs (Thuja plicata)
    shrubs

    Arborvitae - Green Giant (Thuja plicata)

    This arborvitae is a fast growing evergreen shrub or tree, with a broad, pyramid form. It makes an exceptional hedge or screen plant. Foliage is fragrant, dark green, and deer resistant! In winter the foliage darkens a bit, some with a bronze shading. Once established it is both wind resistant and tolerant of heavy snowfalls.

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  • shrubs (Thuja Occidentalis)
    shrubs

    Arborvitae-Emerald Green (Thuja Occidentalis)

    Narrow evergreen shrub or tree, in the Cypress family, reaching 8-10 ft in height and 3-4 ft in width. Slow growing! Nice plant for screening in small spaces. Foliage appears as flat 'sprays' and when you look at it up close it looks to be covered with tiny scales. It is not drought tolerant so water well during hot summers and mulch generously.

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  • perennials (Buddleia)
    perennials

    Butterfly Bush (Buddleia)

    Full sun brings out the best in this perennial and the results are not just the large purple, pink, yellow or white blossoms. It draws the attention of butterflies and you can "host" plenty of them as the bush grows to as much as 6 feet. You will enjoy its blooms beginning in June and all through Sept. Works well as a cut flower if you want to sneak a couple of branches away from the feasting, beautiful butterflies.

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  • perennials (Buddleia davidii)
    perennials

    Butterfly Bush, Short (Buddleia davidii)

    You may want to select the short butterfly bush variety which reaches 3-4' upon maturity. It blooms from June through September. Just as the bigger version does this one works well as a cut flower. It attracts hordes of butterflies so you can enjoy the show outside!

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  • perennials (Aquilegia)
    perennials

    Columbine (Aquilegia)

    Columbine perennials offer cheery blooms in a mix of pastel colors from May thru July. As if that's not pleasant enough, know this: it spreads by seed so each year it gets better and better. You will find it attracts hummingbirds. The best places for it will provide partial shade. If you are so tempted you will find it works well as a cut flower.

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  • perennials (Heuchera 'Berry Timeless')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Berry Timeless (Heuchera 'Berry Timeless')

    A revolution in Heuchera genetics! You’ll be amazed at the unbelievable flower production of our new ‘Berry Timeless’. A myriad of light pink flowers which age to a deeper rose red are produced in tight wands on 18-20” scapes. What is so remarkable is what happens when the flowers are spent—they dry in place on the stems similar to what Statice does instead of falling off and leaving bare stems, thus the reference to the everlasting flowers in its name. You’ll get a two toned look of light and dark pink flowers on the same plant for a strong show of color. Even better, this plant blooms and reblooms continuously, not in waves, from early summer to frost!

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  • perennials (Heuchera 'Black Pearl')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Black Pearl (Heuchera 'Black Pearl')

    This coral bell forms a dense habit of jet black leaves with purple undersides. It keeps its intense color even in full sun!

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  • perennials (Heuchera 'Caramel')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Caramel (Heuchera 'Caramel')

    A popular coral bell, chosen for its beautiful dense foliage. Forms large fuzzy leaves ranging from apricot to amber.

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  • perennials (Heuchera 'Georgia Peach')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Georgia Peach (Heuchera 'Georgia Peach')

    Peach colored leaves with a light silver overlay create a spectacular display. Makes a great specimen plant!

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  • perennials (Heuchera 'Grape Expectations')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Grape Expectations (Heuchera 'Grape Expectations')

    A very uniform Coral Bell that boasts thick, vibrant grape purple leaves. It develops a bright silver overlay during the heat of the summer.

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  • perennials (Heuchera 'Pretty Pistachio')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Pretty Pistachio (Heuchera 'Pretty Pistachio')

    The leaves on this coral bell start out as chartreuse in the spring, and turn lime green in the summer. Wide clusters of pink flowers appear all summer long!

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  • perennials (Heuchera Primo 'Wild Rose')
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Wild Rose (Heuchera Primo 'Wild Rose')

    Bright purple leaves with charcoal gray veining form a dense, colorful mound. Dark burgundy buds open to rosy pink flowers for even more color in the summer!

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  • perennials (Heuchera)
    perennials

    Coral Bell - Yellow leafed variety (Heuchera)

    A yellow leafed variety of coral bell blooming pink. Can tolerate more sun than typical purple leaf varieties.

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  • perennials (Heuchera Micrantha)
    perennials

    Coral Bell-Palace Purple (Heuchera Micrantha)

    Start and end your summer with this brilliant purple foliage. It peaks with white blooms in June and July. Overall this perennial grows to 12-18 inches tall and makes quite a statement for a relatively small perennial.

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  • perennials (Hemerocallis)
    perennials

    Daylily-Stella de Oro (Hemerocallis)

    When you say "daylily" most people envision Stella. Yell it our "STELLA"! There, now you feel better and can set about making the decision as to how many of this dwarf ever-blooming daylily you are going to add this year. It's a keeper - time has proven that. The flowers are gold, thus Stella's last name of de Oro. Very carefree plant! Translate that to be spunky. You'll see these ablaze in many lawns, looking up to the younger models but holding their ground firmly committed to being beautiful.

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  • perennials (Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach')
    perennials

    Foxglove - Dalmatian Peach (Digitalis purpurea 'Dalmatian Peach')

    These wonderful foxglove have flowers that open with a pinkish-peach color with orange speckles that are sure to bring some beautiful color into your landscape!

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  • perennials (Hibiscus)
    perennials

    Hibiscus - Cranberry Crush (Hibiscus)

    A hardy hibiscus that is compact in size! The flower buds are nearly black and open to a deep scarlet red that are 7-8 inches in diameter. The leaves are leathery and maple like with a hint of purple.

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  • perennials (Hibiscus)
    perennials

    Hibiscus - Tie Dye (Hibiscus)

    Showy ruffled, bright pink flowers with a white bull's eye and a cherry red center. The flowers are 8-10 inch in size! The leaves are maple like and green.

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  • perennials (Hibiscus)
    perennials

    Hibiscus, 'Berry Awesome' (Hibiscus)

    A densely compact hardy hibiscus that blooms a lavender pink and has midnight olive foliage. A show stopper!

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Cool as a Cucumber (Hosta)

    A quick growing hosta that has long tapered leaves with bright green margins and white centers. This hosta matures to a gracefully arching mound. Light lavender flowers.

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  • perennials (Hosta 'Afterglow')
    perennials

    Hosta - Afterglow (Hosta 'Afterglow')

    Heart-shaped leaves feature wide, yellow margins on striking green leaves. Forms an upright mound to create a beautiful specimen plant in the landscape.

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  • perennials (Hosta Shadowland 'Autumn Frost')
    perennials

    Hosta - Autumn Frost (Hosta Shadowland 'Autumn Frost')

    Leaves first emerge as frosty blue-green with wide yellow margins in spring; then turn green with creamy white margins in the summer. The striking colors that this hosta creates are a beautiful addition to any landscape!

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Brother Stefan (Hosta)

    This hosta forms a large clump of thick, heavily corrugated leaves. The leaves have a golden center with green margins. White flowers accompany this hosta in mid-summer.

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  • perennials (Hosta 'Christmas Candy')
    perennials

    Hosta - Christmas Candy (Hosta 'Christmas Candy')

    This hosta has long, narrow green leaves with a wide, white center. It's a fast grower with lavender flowers on 22 inch scapes in the summer.

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Church Mouse (Hosta)

    This hosta can easily be distinguished by its coarsely wavy leaves. It forms a cute miniature clump of thick, blue-green to green leaves and matures into a small, compact mound that is just the right size for troughs or the front of the border. Perfectly proportioned scapes carry the lavender flowers in early summer.

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Curly Fries (Hosta)

    This hosta has a mound-like form with rippled, narrow leaves. The golden color of this hosta is brightest when grown in areas that receive morning sun. Lavender flowers accompany the leaves in mid-summer.

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Guacamole (Hosta)

    Hosta la vista - or something like that (smile). The huge apple-green/guacamole colored leaves display with dark green streaks. Leaf centers become brighter gold in summer. Fragrant white flowers add to the showiness.

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Mayflower Moon (Hosta)

    This brightly colored hosta has chartreuse leaves that turn yellow in summer. The leaves are heavily textured and round. Pale lavender flowers on a medium sized hosta.

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Regal Splendor (Hosta)

    Vase shaped with blue leaves and yellow variegation. Slug resistant. Grows to 36 inches at maturity. Flower stalks grow to 60 inches tall.

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  • perennials (Hosta)
    perennials

    Hosta - Revolution (Hosta)

    A thick leafed hosta with broad dark green leaves, cream centered speckled with green. Lavender flowers.

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  • trees (Syringa reticulata)
    trees

    Japanese Tree Lilac, 'Ivory Silk' (Syringa reticulata)

    A somewhat oval shape is the hallmark of this lilac, along with its compactness. Large showy and fragrant flowers appear at a young age, along with deep green leaves. The flowers are a creamy white and fragrant. Besides bringing sheer pleasure for the senses this serves well as a windbreak and as a nesting stopover for songbirds!

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  • perennials (Lupinus Popsicle Series - Mixed)
    perennials

    Lupine - Popsicle Mixed (Lupinus Popsicle Series - Mixed)

    This variety of Lupine grows shorter than most, getting up to 24" tall. Flowers bloom about two weeks earlier than other Lupine, in a mix of blue, purple, yellow, red pink, and even bicolored flowers!

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  • perennials (Lythrum vigatum)
    perennials

    Lythrum (Lythrum vigatum)

    People love this plant! It is immensely attractive, bearing beautiful pink-purple spiky perennial that gets 36-60 inches tall. It blooms May-September and therefore often works well as a cut flower. Lythrum loves water!!! Read that as: It spreads and we do not recommend you plant near waterways.

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  • perennials (Lythrum vigatum)
    perennials

    Lythrum-Dwarf Purple (Lythrum vigatum)

    A beautiful pink-purple spiky perennial. The same perennial as regular lythrum except a dwarf variety only reaching 24-30 inches tall. It blooms May thru September. Works well as a cut flower. Lythrum loves water!!! Do not plant near waterways.

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  • perennials (Nepeta)
    perennials

    Nepeta (Nepeta)

    You will find this perennial to be an easy to grow plant with masses of spiked lavender/blue flowers lasting from spring until fall. Trim off the spikes which have bloomed to assure continued flowering.This mounded plant has grey-green aromatic foliage. Divide it when blooming is completed, if you want. There are many varieties that range in size from 10 inches-36 inches tall.

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  • perennials (Penstemon 'Dark Towers')
    perennials

    Penstemon - Dark Towers (Penstemon 'Dark Towers')

    This tremendous improvement over ‘Husker Red’ has much darker foliage that emerges wine purple and keeps its color much better through the summer heat. It grows a bit taller than ‘Husker Red’ and produces masses of pink, rather than white, flowers in early to midsummer depending on the zone.

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  • perennials (Phlox paniculata)
    perennials

    Phlox - Garden (Phlox paniculata)

    These sentimental favorites for old-fashioned gardens provide large heads of flowers growing 18-36 inches tall on upright stems. Various colors from white-purple-pink. Blooms June-August. Very fragrant! Works well as a cut flower.

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  • shrubs (Rhododendron)
    shrubs

    Rhododendron-PJM (Rhododendron)

    A dwarf rhododendron shrub which grow 4 ft. tall and is laden bloom lavender flowers in early spring. Deep green leaves turn bronze in the winter. The hardiest of all rhododendrons although dappled sunlight is better than full sunlight. Oh, and some wind protection is very welcomed; you'll be greatly rewarded when it blooms.

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  • shrubs (Hibiscus syriacus)
    shrubs

    Rose of Sharon, Shrub Althea (Hibiscus syriacus)

    A vase-shaped summer blooming shrub growing 6-8 ft tall. It starts blooming approx July 4th. Bloom colors range from pink, purple, blue and white.

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  • perennials (Salvia)
    perennials

    Salvia (Salvia)

    You will determine salvia to be an excellent garden plant with its showy purple, pink or white spires. It has a significant range in height as it grows 8-32 inches tall. Blooming starts in May and continues on and off through September.

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  • perennials (Veronica 'Hocus Pocus')
    perennials

    Veronica 'Hocus Pocus' (Veronica 'Hocus Pocus')

    Average soil works well for this startlingly beautiful dark purple spike-y flowered plant. If you prefer putting it into a container go ahead; make a dramatic statement by setting it above all other plants if you wish. There's nothing like variance in height to add more dimension to your flower garden! It's good in the full or partial sun and flowers towards the beginning of summer.

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  • perennials (Veronica spicata)
    perennials

    Veronica - Majic Show (Veronica spicata)

    A compact veronica that has bright green glossy foliage. Deep royal purple flowers in summer and blooms again in fall.

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  • shrubs (Viburnum)
    shrubs

    Viburnum - Brandywine (Viburnum)

    A striking shrub with glossy green foliage that turns dark maroon-red in fall. A ton of berries with changing colors from greens to pinks and blues start in the fall and persist into winter!

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  • shrubs (Weigela florida)
    shrubs

    Weigela (Weigela florida)

    Make way for the hummingbirds for the pink or red trumpet shaped flowers which appear on Weigela in June will have them preparing to land and dine. It grows to a height of 4-5 feet so could fit nicely into a spot where you can sit and take in the show of the birds swooping in for supper.

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  • shrubs (Weigela florida)
    shrubs

    Weigela - Dwarf Varigated (Weigela florida)

    A compact version of the standard weigela , except this variety only reaches 3 ft tall by 3 ft wide; so if you have a limited space= this is the variety for you. It has a varigated green and yellow leaves are very attractive. It blooms a rosey pink in early summer. This shrub has a very graceful arching growth habit.

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  • shrubs (Weigela florida 'Verweig-6')
    shrubs

    Weigela - Sonic Bloom Red (Weigela florida 'Verweig-6')

    Sonic Bloom™ Red is an incredibly prolific reblooming Weigela, beginning the season with a heavy flush in late spring and then continuing all summer and fall. There's never been anything like it, and you will absolutely love it for nonstop 3-season color in the sunny garden. Sonic Bloom™ Red is a compact and very dense shrub, 4 to 5 feet high and wide, with lipstick red blooms that arise in uncountable numbers amid the dark green foliage. It never needs deadheading, making it virtually maintenance-free once established in the garden. Adaptable, easy, and so long-blooming, it's a must-have!

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