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  • perennials (Penstemon digitalis)
    perennials

    Penstemon - Prairie Dusk (Penstemon digitalis)

    A great hummingbird attracting plant with trumpet shaped rose purple flowers!

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  • perennials (Penstemon barbatus)
    perennials

    Penstemon, Elfin Pink (Penstemon barbatus)

    Early bloom time, free flowering plant that attracts hummingbirds! Great pink blooms do wonderfully in the sun. The plant maintains its uniform shape and remains somewhat compact.

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  • perennials (Paeonia)
    perennials

    Peony (Paeonia)

    Very hardy shrub-like plant that blooms May-June. The flowers provide strong fragrances and a color range from red-pink-white. Grows 36 inches tall. Works well as a cut flower. Divides easily.

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    hardgoods

    Pergola

    This beautiful, amish-made pergola is the perfect way to finish off your new patio! Standing at 12' by 14', it is plenty big enough for your outdoor furniture or table. You will be relaxed and comfortable under the dappled shade of your handsome new pergola. We can even install stone around the posts to match your sitting wall, or just to give it a more up-scale look!

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  • perennials (Phlox subulata)
    perennials

    Phlox - Creeping (Phlox subulata)

    A spring blooming ground cover reaching only 4-6 inches in height. Blooms various colors in April and May. Great for hard to mow areas and it is sun-loving. Pinch it back after blooming and it will be more dense the next year. You may also divide them after blooms are gone.

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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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  • trees (Pinus strobus)
    trees

    Pine-White (Pinus strobus)

    A beautiful open tree with bluish-green needles. Fast growing tree reaching 40-50 ft in height. Makes a great windbreak. Be sure to avoid the extremes of heavy, continually wet soils and gravelly, drought-prone soils when selecting planting areas.

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  • perennials (Kniphofia hirsuta 'Fire Dance')
    perennials

    Red Hot Poker (Kniphofia hirsuta 'Fire Dance')

    This short variety produces coral red and yellow flower spikes on blue-green foliage. Makes a great addition to a small garden with striking colors!

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  • trees (Cercis canadensis)
    trees

    Redbud (Cercis canadensis)

    Small vase-shaped tree that blooms purplish-pink in early spring before the heart shaped leaves appear. Medium speed grower that gets 15-20 ft tall. Yellow fall color. Can handle shady situations. When your redbud blooms you can be certain spring is in progress!

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  • trees (Cercis x'Merlot')
    trees

    Redbud - Merlot (Cercis x'Merlot')

    This redbud has large glossy purple leaves. Bright pink blooms are borne on the bare stems in the early spring. Its small stature makes it a great choice for smaller yards.

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  • trees (Cercis canadensis f. alba 'Royal White')
    trees

    Redbud - Royal White (Cercis canadensis f. alba 'Royal White')

    More compact than the typical White Redbud, the Royal White Redbud produces larger flowers in a smaller stature. Makes an excellent specimen tree for smaller landscapes.

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  • trees (Cercis canadensis)
    trees

    Redbud, Forest Pansy/Burgundy Hearts (Cercis canadensis)

    Probably everyone in the area is familiar with redbuds but what about a variety of redbud having purple leaves? We have it covered! Plant yours when it is very young and leave it undisturbed. Full sun to partial shade is fine. Leaves become more muted as they mature and by fall they may be varied in shadings of purple, reddish-purple, and even orange.

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  • trees (Cercis canadensis)
    trees

    Redbud, Hearts of Gold (Cercis canadensis)

    New foliage lights up the environment with golden-orange shadings which mature to yellow and eventually to green. Contrasting pinkish-purple flowers arrive in spring. Leaves are a brilliant yellow in the fall. This tree is vigorously cheerful, a fabulous addition to any "statement" area.

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  • trees (Cercis canadensis 'Royal White')
    trees

    Redbud, Royal White (Cercis canadensis 'Royal White')

    The Royal White Redbud is a small ornamental tree or shrub that puts on a stunning spring display. You’ll be amazed by the staggering number of blooms that blanket your Redbud in the spring. Prolific clusters of pristine white, pea-sized flowers seem to encase the bare branches in spectacular color. In the summer the beauty of your Redbud becomes apparent. Heart shaped leaves emerge with a unique bronze hue, later changing to green. Your Redbud’s leaves will progress to a lovely blue-green until spicing up your autumn landscape with a lively yellow.

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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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    hardgoods

    Rip rap

    White limestone rock that is 4-10 inches in size. It is used to help with erosion. Get plenty of it if you have an area that is disappearing right before your eyes or right under your feet!

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    hardgoods

    Rock - Bark Stone

    This is a decorative, natural gravel which actually resembles bark mulch. It is very lightweight. One ton covers approximately150 sq. ft. We'll bring it and put in place for you or if you feel energetic you can distribute it where you want it to be.

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    hardgoods

    Rock - Meramec

    A decorative gravel, brownish-cinnamon coloring and varied in size from 1/2" to 1". This can be flattering to many shrubs, trees, and plants.

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    hardgoods

    Rock - Rainbow

    A decorative gravel that is a mix of colors, mostly beige, gray, and a little pink. It varies in size from 5/8" to 2" and is practical just about anywhere. Mix it in with bigger cobblestones and/or boulders.

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    hardgoods

    Rock - Trap

    A decorative, gray-purple gravel. It comes in 2 sizes 5/8" and 1 1/2". Flatters many plantings - try it under bright green shrubs or yellow blooming flowers. Get creative and put it with orange flowers or hot pink...it's nature, it's natural, let it show!

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  • shrubs (Rosa sp.)
    shrubs

    Rose - Flower Carpet (Rosa sp.)

    A ground cover shrub rose growing approximately12 inches tall. Masses of hot pink, red or white blossoms appear throughout the summer. This shrub is highly disease resistant! Shiny green leaves make a great background for any color of blossom.

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  • shrubs (Rosa 'Wekcisbako')
    shrubs

    Rose - Homerun (Rosa 'Wekcisbako')

    This bright red rose will be a Grand Slam in your landscape! Maturing at 4 to 5 feet tall, it's a showstopper with plenty of color.

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  • shrubs (Rosa sp. 'WEKvossutono')
    shrubs

    Rose - Julia Child (Rosa sp. 'WEKvossutono')

    A beautiful yellow shrub rose! This rose blooms May-October and is very fragrant. A perfect rose for any garden.

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  • shrubs (Rosa sp.)
    shrubs

    Rose - Knock Out (Rosa sp.)

    Everyone who "wished they could grow roses" before has no excuse now for these are the NO FEAR ROSE. Florescent cherry red/dark pink (warmer weather) to fire engine red (cooler weather) blooms and purple foliage last all summer! The bush reaches 3 feet in size. The blooms add abundant fragrance which will cause you to linger. Beware!

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  • shrubs (Rosa sp.)
    shrubs

    Rose - Knock Out - Double (Rosa sp.)

    Hey! What we said about the Knockout Rose applies doubly here. FEAR NOT you who have hesitated to try roses. This is one we know will amaze you (and the neighbors). Low maintenance, disease-resistant, and superb blooming habits make it a tremendous addition to your landscape. Go for it, First Timers!

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  • shrubs (Rosa)
    shrubs

    Rose - Knock Out , Pink (Rosa)

    Pink had better be a favored color for this fearless bloomer for the beginning rose grower will land you in the midst of abundantly pink spaces when you plant this knockout.

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  • shrubs (Rosa 'Rotesmeer')
    shrubs

    Rose - Purple Pavement (Rosa 'Rotesmeer')

    Semi-double crimson-purple flowers will create some excitement in the landscape. This rose is compact, disease resistant, and blooms all summer!

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  • shrubs (Hibiscus Syriacus)
    shrubs

    Rose of Sharon - Blueberry Smoothie (Hibiscus Syriacus)

    An upright growing shrub, with green serrated leaves. Lavender, double blooms appear from mid to late summer. Maturing at 4 feet wide and 8 feet tall, these Altheas are tolerant of various soil types, pH levels, drought, and pollution.

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  • shrubs (Hibiscus syriacus)
    shrubs

    Rose of Sharon - Strawberry Smoothie (Hibiscus syriacus)

    An upright growing shrub, with green serrated leaves. Pink, double blooms appear from mid to late summer. Maturing at 4 feet wide and 8 feet tall, these Altheas are tolerant of various soil types, pH levels, drought, and pollution.

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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 (Rudbeckia fulgida)
    perennials

    Rudbeckia - Little Goldstar (Rudbeckia fulgida)

    Just for you - a very compact form of Rudbeckia. It only gets 14-16 inches tall and blooms all summer! A happier flower just doesn't exist; Rudbeckia rules!

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  • perennials (Rudbeckia subtomentosa)
    perennials

    Rudbeckia-Henry Eilers (Rudbeckia subtomentosa)

    This was Ellen's pick for favorite plant one year and we know why - it's a stunning, native variety of Rudbeckia which grows 4-5 feet tall. It has a narrowly upright shape. The blooms are 2 inches across and a brilliant yellow starburst color. The flower petals are completely quilled and there is a brown center cone. The foliage smells of vanilla! Commonly called "Brown Eye Susan."

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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 (Salvia nemorosa COLOR SPIRES 'Crystal Blue')
    perennials

    Salvia - Crystal Blue (Salvia nemorosa COLOR SPIRES 'Crystal Blue')

    A new color for our hardy perennial Salvia! Sky blue flowers adorn the dense, grey-green foliage for a strong pop of color.

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  • perennials (Salvia nemorosa)
    perennials

    Salvia - New Dimension Blue (Salvia nemorosa)

    A great compact salvia having blue-violet flowers on deep purple stems.

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  • perennials (Salvia nemorosa 'Snow Hill')
    perennials

    Salvia - Snow Hill (Salvia nemorosa 'Snow Hill')

    This compact Salvia boasts pure white flower spikes above it's grey-green foliage. Blooms well into the summer if deadheaded.

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  • perennials (Sedum)
    perennials

    Sedum - Carl (Sedum)

    This sedum has a compact habit with strong reddish stems that support massive flower heads of brilliant magenta pink.

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  • perennials (Sedum 'Lemonjade')
    perennials

    Sedum - Lemonjade (Sedum 'Lemonjade')

    Unlike most autumn stonecrops which have pink flowers, ‘Lemonjade’ bears large 5-7” panicles of bright citron yellow flowers which completely cover the top of the foliage in early fall. As the cold weather sets in, the seed heads take on rosy peach tones. This is a compact selection with a stocky, upright mounded habit. It does not split open when it blooms like so many older Sedums do. Its grey-green, toothed foliage remains clean all season long. Tall, upright sedums form substantial clumps of foliage which can be substituted for shrubs in the landscape. Their stout, sturdy stems support the massive flower heads which develop in summer and burst into bloom in fall. If left standing, they provide winter interest and food for birds.

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  • perennials (Sedum)
    perennials

    Sedum-Autumn Joy (Sedum)

    This upright growing succulent will reach 24 inches in height. It blooms in (plate-like) flat clusters of pinkish-bronze from Aug to Oct. Its presence is obvious in wherever you choose to place it, from rock gardens to mixed borders. This sedum works well as a cut flower.

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  • trees (Amelanchier)
    trees

    Serviceberry (Amelanchier)

    Single or multi-stemmed small tree reaching 15 ft tall. Snowy-white clustered blooms in early spring, often before leaves appear. Produces edible berry like fruit that is red to purplish black and 1/4 - 1/3 inches in diameter. Orange-red fall color. Grows fairly fast. Can handle shady situations and is a very trim-able tree. Trivia: It is called serviceberry because it blooms in mid-April, when long-delayed religious services were held throughout 19th century New England, as snow covered roads became accessible again. People were beginning to move about and enjoyed seeing these small trees.

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    hardgoods

    Shredded bark mulch

    A shredded hardwood mulch coming mostly from oak and hickory trees. It is a medium to dark brown color and provides a rich ground cover for your landscaped areas. A great bonus is that mulch helps cut back weed invasion and also retains water to keep ground moist.

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    hardgoods

    Sitting rocks

    Sounds like an oxymoron doesn't it? But, you'll delight in these large granite boulders, ranging in size from 24-36 inches for they are truly to sit on. They range in colors from grey - pink - tan and maybe you won't spend hours sitting on them but when you do you'll have plenty of room. When you aren't sitting you'll have wonderful boulders to view!

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  • shrubs (Cotinus coggygria 'Velvet Cloak')
    shrubs

    Smoke Bush - Velvet Cloak (Cotinus coggygria 'Velvet Cloak')

    This deciduous shrub has red-purple leaves which turn nearly black in the fall. Plumes of rosy colors will fade to smoky gray for some beautiful, soft color!

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  • shrubs (Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple')
    shrubs

    Smoketree - Royal Purple (Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple')

    Foliage on this smoketree is a maroon-red that darkens to purplish-red. The flowers bare the same purplish-red color to create a beautiful specimen plant.

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  • perennials (Polygonatum odoratum,' Variegatum')
    perennials

    Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum odoratum,' Variegatum')

    Solomon's Seal, a lily, produces gracefully draped, white flowers in dry to medium soil. It is considered an Illinois wildflower and actually inhabits every county in the state (we've been told). Grows 18-24 inches and flowers appear in April and May. Works well as a cut flower. It does produce berries after flowering. This plant tolerates less than ideal conditions!

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  • perennials (Tradescantia)
    perennials

    Spiderwort (Tradescantia)

    Distinctive and instantly recognized, these triangular blue flowers against golden foliage are considered a prairie wildflower. Vigorous growing and long blooming, although the blossoms do not last long there are many of them on each plant. Protect from the scorching afternoon sun. Try this: Break the tip off a spiderwort leaf and wait for a drop of sap to appear, then touch it with your fingertip and notice how far you can stretch a thread of sap. This resemblance to a spider's silk may explain where its name came from. Whether you do this or not, this plant makes a strong, deep purple presence in a natural garden area. Just read about King Charles I, he was the first to have them and they still flourish in English gardens.

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  • shrubs (Spiraea bumalda)
    shrubs

    Spirea Goldflame (Spiraea bumalda)

    The new leaves in spring come explode reddish-bronze and mature to golden yellow-green for the summer. In the fall the entire shrub turns coppery red. Can you keep up with all this color contrast and change? This 3 ft tall shrub even has rosy-red flowers June-August.

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  • shrubs (Spirea japonica 'Walbumn")
    shrubs

    Spirea, Magic Carpet (Spirea japonica 'Walbumn")

    You'll find this to be a small, uniformly shaped and compacted plant. There is bright yellow foliage initially but the new growth appears vibrantly red, lending unexpected contrast to the area. Dark pink flowers further contribute to its showiness! This shrub also turns a rich russet in the fall! Although it stands out it also supports the color "drama" of other garden plants. Fits in well almost anywhere you need to tuck "cottage garden" type plant.

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  • trees (Picea pungens)
    trees

    Spruce - Colorado Blue (Picea pungens)

    Its magnificent display of its silvery blue needles makes this rank among the most popular of spruces. Although a slow growing form of Colorado Spruce it will attain a height of 40 ft.

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  • shrubs (Picea glauca, 'Conica')
    shrubs

    Spruce - Dwarf Alberta (Picea glauca, 'Conica')

    If you are looking for a slow growing pyramidal shaped dwarf evergreen tree which needs no trimming then this is the one you want. It's dense and well-shaped, often used as a specimen or novelty tree in landscaping. Plus, it fits nicely into small spots!

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