Summer Pastel Yarrow

Summer Pastel Yarrow
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Flowers that Range in 5 Different Colors!The Yarrow ‘Summer Pastel’, Achillea sibirica, is an upright wide range of pastel flowers that blooms from June through September.The flower colors range from pink, rose, orange-red, purple, gray, salmon and mauve. ‘Summer Pastel’ Yarrow was an All America Selections winner in 1990, and truly one of the most exciting varieties to be added to the Yarrow family. The flower heads are 3-4” wide, with a spread of 18-24” and a height of 24”.This Yarrow can tolerate poor soil conditions, but does best in lean, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil. (Avoid heavy clays and moist, rich, fertile soils.) Yarrow should be planted in full sun and is tolerant to hot humid summers.  Remove faded flowers to encourage more growth and divide every 3-4 years. ‘Summer Pastel’ Yarrows make a great addition to any perennial garden, for mass plantings, borders, naturalized settings and cottage gardens.  For an attraction to butterflies, deer and rabbit resistant, one can’t go wrong with this plant.* Upright habit* Pastel flowers* Attracts butterflies.

Hope Coneflower

Hope Coneflower
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The Indomitable SurvivorConeflower Hope, Echinacea ‘Hope’, is a ‘Plant For The Cure’ that is dedicated to honor breast cancer survivors.  A portion of all proceeds from our suppliers has been donated to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for each plant sold.‘Hope‘ is a plant that produces fragrant, soft pink flowers of great size, fragrance, and substance; long blooming perennial.The large sturdy stems carry the large light pink blossoms from midsummer to fall.  For best results, plant in full sun in a well drained area.Echinacea is known for its large flower heads that turn to seed in the fall. It is a great choice for cut flowers, and it adds a wilderness look to your garden.’Hope’ usually reblooms without deadheading, but if spent flowers are removed, this procedure will encourage continued beautiful blooms and improves general appearance.This coneflower keeps coming all summer on tall plants with excellent branching;  deer resistant.If you leave some spent blooms on the plants in fall their seeds provide winter food for birds.  You can enjoy the dried seed heads as well, because they will provide architectural interest in the winter.’Hope’ will give you weeks of color and makes a dependable and lovely plant for any sunny garden spot!   * Fragrant Large Softly Pink Blooms* Blooms Summer Through Fall* Drought, Heat, Humidity Tolerant, Sun Loving, and Wildlife Resistant.

Japanese Black Pine

Japanese Black Pine
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The Japanese Black Pine, Pinus thunbergiana, is a highly adaptable tree and the most popular landscape tree in its native country!It is known for its striking, free form growth and expressive needles.  It can handle a wide variety of different soil types and moisture conditions, and proves tough enough to thrive in adverse conditions. It is a moderate growing pine that can reach up to 80 feet tall and up to 40 feet wide.  Its rugged nature and rapid growth make it a great choice for wind screens; can be trained into Bonsai forms or trimmed to accent any size garden.Its salt tolerance, makes it a great choice in coastal areas.  Increasing in popularity because it is easy to maintain and virtually pest free, this beautiful dramatic Japanese Black Pine is a wonderful choice for any gardener!* Free form growth* Rapid grower* Bonsai.

Consort Black Currant

Consort Black Currant
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 Self Fertile Abundant CurrantsThe Consort Black Currant is a deciduous shrub bearing edible fruit. It would look lovely in a naturalized area, as a group planting, or as a single specimen plant in your yard. Your Consort Black Current will certainly provide succulent fruit, but it’s also a lovely ornamental bush.White, bell-shaped flowers hang from the plant in 1-2 inch clusters in the spring. These floral beauties also emit a pleasing, sweet fragrance that will attract bees and butterflies to your yard. Even without your Currant’s floral artistry, its light green foliage gives your shrub a lively, vital appearance.As the blooms of your Black Currant fade, clusters of ¼ inch berries ripen into a glossy ebony. Just imagine popping one into your mouth for that explosion of tart-sweet flavor that only the Black Currant is prized for! Make into preserves, pies or wine and still have lots left over to share with friends and family because your Black Currant will be a high producer every year. Before the leaves of your Currant drop for winter, it will gift you with one more treat in the form of a blazing display of reds and yellows as it casts off it summer plumage. Your Black Currant will grow to about 6 feet in height with an equal spread. It’s self-fertile, so you can just have one if you like and still get a great harvest.The Consort Black Currant is a beautiful shrub that requires little care and yet provides a bountiful harvest. What more could you ask for in a garden shrub! * High Producer* Spring Flowers and Fall Color * Self Fertile.

Royal Heritage Strain Lenten Rose

Royal Heritage Strain Lenten Rose
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Lenten Rose Royal Heritage Strain, Helleborus x hybridus ‘Royal Heritage Strain’, includes a wide range of sumptuous colors. Purple, near-black, white, pale green, yellow, pink, rose, and red flower colors are possible, some are spotted or brushed with a contrasting color on the 2″ wide blooms. Royal Heritage™ Strain brings the varied and lovely world of Helleborus right into your garden. It supplies a wider range of colors and a better adaptability than older varieties. Helleborus Royal Heritage™ Strain was the 2005 Perennial Plant of the year award winner. It often flowers during the Christian season of Lent, from which it gets its common name, Lenten Rose. Helleborus is a hardy, easy to grow perennial that thrives in a partially sunny to full shade location and are great companions to hosta. They are tolerant of heat and humidity. Helleborus are enjoyable to grow because they are low-maintenance and disease/pest-free. As with many ornamental perennials, adequate soil preparation is the key to long term health and vigor. Helleborus are deep rooted, stout plants, and are well-known for their thick, shiny green foliage. Trim back last year’s foliage in the spring..

Blue Dune Lyme Grass

Blue Dune Lyme Grass
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The Grass ‘Blue Dune Lyme’, Leymus arenarius ‘Blue Dune’, is an improvement over the species.  It has bright blue foliage and stems; provides dusty blue blooms readily throughout the summer!The very striking bright blue blades push upward and outward. ‘Blue Dune Lyme’ is vigorous and will often be a bit pushy in a regular garden situation, but does well around shrubs and trees.  Perfect for controlling soil erosion problems and for covering hillsides.The flowers appear from June to August.  Cut down ‘Blue Dune Lyme’ in late fall or early spring to allow all new, clean foliage to show to the best advantage!’Blue Dune Lyme’ is an attractive plant that will quickly fill in a large area; spreads by rhizomes and makes an excellent ground cover.This low maintenance grass needs only occasional watering once it is established.  Cut back the upright spiky flowers for a new flush of attractive growth, which looks good well into winter.Plant ‘Blue Dune Lyme’ grass wherever its blue foliage can be enjoyed!* Bright blue foliage* Vigorous* Ground cover.

Supertunia® Raspberry Blast® Petunia

Supertunia® Raspberry Blast® Petunia
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The Petunia Supertunias® Raspberry Blast, Petunia hybrids ‘Supertunias® Raspberry Blast’ (PP16588), is brilliant in color and very low maintenance. It is a breakthrough bicolor in Petunias with pink blooms edged in deep cerise violet that is just stunning!The ‘Supertunias® Raspberry Blast’ is a vigorously trailing species of an ever-blooming, long-living petunia from Australia. They will provide long-term color in full sun areas throughout the season, and can grow nearly an inch a day!Supertunias are ideal for baskets, beds, balconies and combination plantings; very heat and drought tolerant once established in the ground or pot.They do not need to have their dead flower heads removed to continue flowering and they are not leggy. Supertunias grow fast and therefore need ample moisture and fertilizer.Most petunias quickly give out in the heat, but ‘Supertunias® Raspberry Blast’ is bred for heat tolerance. Plant several ‘Supertunias® Raspberry Blast’ in a sunny location for some outstanding color in your garden or containers!For zones 9-11, this plant can also be a perennial.* Heat tolerant* Bicolor flowers* Very easy to grow.

Brilliant Oriental Poppy

Brilliant Oriental Poppy
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The Oriental Poppy ‘Brilliant’, Papaver orientale, has vivid fiery scarlet blooms with black marking. Papaver Hybrids. This is a fine selection of the most outstanding new hybrid Oriental Poppy varieties. The flowers are huge and brightly colored with velvety fringed and frilled petals. They are fully double with bold markings and designs.These hybrid poppies bloom in May and June each year on vigorous plants about 3ft. tall. They are truly spectacular! Plant them in groups or in the perennial border and you will enjoy them for a lifetime. They do well in the sun or slight shade in well drained soil. Plant 15-18″ apart..

Snow Angel Coral Bells

Snow Angel Coral Bells
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The Heuchera ‘Snow Angel’, Heuchera sanguinea ‘Snow Angel’, also known as Alumroot or Coral Bell, has unique light green marbled foliage with light cream variegation.In the springtime, pinkish-red flowers appear that last into the summer, however, Coral Bells are not known for their flowers, but their foliage.‘Snow Angels’ have a plant spread of 12” and a height of 10-15”. It is best to grow ‘Snow Angel’ in medium wet, well-drained soils, in full shade. (It can tolerate some morning sun.)‘Snow Angel’ looks especially good around the edge of borders, woodland edges, rock gardens, perennial borders, or in mass to form an attractive ground cover.Coral Bells are grown more for their foliage color but the small blooms that they contain will attract hummingbirds. Like most Coral Bells, it thrives in partial sunlight but once established it will also grow in shade.* Easy to grow* Stunning foliage* Deer resistant .

Opening Night Rose

Opening Night Rose
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Award-Winning Roses All Summer LongOpening Night is a hybrid Tea Rose with exceptional, long-lasting blooms.  Plant several in your rose garden, or even just one by your patio for an unending show of gorgeous roses all summer long.As with any stage production’s “opening night”, this Tea Rose is sure to elicit excitement each and every spring when its velvety petals unfurl to begin their majestic show.  From late spring until early fall, your Opening Night will display 5-inch roses of up to 30 petals each. The deep-red coloring is an exquisite vision amid the glossy, green foliage and the fruity fragrance an enticing lure to humans and pollinators alike.  It’s a repeat performance that never wans.  In fact, each flower will be long-lasting, both on the strong, upright stems in your garden and as a cut flower in the crystal vase on your dining room table.Opening Night grows up to 5 feet tall with a 4-foot spread.  It has a lovely upright nature and is adaptive to a variety of soils.  Opening Night is disease resistant, heat tolerant and generally easy to grow.It’s easy to see why Opening Night is an award-winning variety of Tea Rose, and it’s sure to also be a winner in your yard this summer!* Large, fragrant roses * Long-blooming * Adaptive to various soils * Heat tolerant * Disease resistant * Wildlife interest * Great as a cut flower.

Stormy Seas Coral Bells

Stormy Seas Coral Bells
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Large Size, Extra Ruffles and a ShineStormy Seas Coral Bells, Heuchera ‘Stormy Seas’, has magnificently ruffled, somewhat glossy leaves that are maroon-purple when young, aging to bronze-green with bright purple undersides.Cream colored flowers appear on 3 foot tall, dark purple scapes from late spring to early summer.  ‘Stormy Seas’ has a fantastic compact habit and displays extreme vigor.  It is considered to be the best landscape heuchera!This coral bell grows best in organically rich, humusy, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. It does well in full sun in the northern part of its range.’Stormy Seas’ is excellent for the shady border in hotter areas. It is a natural for rock garden, woodland paths, companion plants for hosta, ferns and strawberry begonia, iris, lilies, and peonies.Since it is low-growing perennial with a compact form, it will make an attractive ground cover.   This coral bell is also excellent when mixed into ornamental containers on shady patios. Enjoy the color and texture of this dense, mounded, herbaceous evergreen perennial all year round!* Shiny, Extra Ruffled, Purple Variegate Foliage* Purple Undersides on Foliage* Large Plant and Long Flower Stalks * Evergreen.

Emerald Mound Honeysuckle

Emerald Mound Honeysuckle
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Big Value for Small SpacesEmerald Mound Honeysuckle is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features.  Plant one of these in a naturalized area or use as a foundation plant.  These would even do well for a large groundcover area.Your Emerald Mound Honeysuckle is one of the earliest plants to leaf out in the spring.  Its graceful, oval-shaped leaves are a refreshing light blue/green that fills out the shrub for an attractive landscape addition all season long. Spring brings yellow-hued, white flowers that transition to berries of a deep red shade for mid-summer through fall.  The fragrant flowers have a strong appeal for butterflies, bees and hummingbirds and your birds will adore you for the berries. Emerald Mound Honeysuckle will grow to about 3-feet tall with a slightly larger spread.  This shrub fills out all the way to the ground so you don’t need facer plants, and its dense nature makes it ideal for shaping. It also has a natural beauty, so whether you leave it to grow wild or choose to prune it, it will still present a beautiful, mounded image in your yard.  Honeysuckles are even easy to grow.  They adapt to a variety of soils, are vigorous and nearly indestructible. If you could use something small that will still provide a lot of ornamental interest, Emerald Mound is for you.  An Emerald Mound here or there in your garden will fill in those small, empty spaces with early color, fragrant flowers and even berries for your wildlife. Order a few today!* Early foliage and flowers * Compact * Wildlife interest * Easy to grow * Vigorous grower.

Ice Carnival Daylily

Ice Carnival Daylily
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Ice in the Summer Daylily Ice Carnival, Hemerocallis ‘Ice Carnival’, is relatively trouble free and grows in almost any soil, as long as it is well drained.Ice Carnival Daylily displays bold creamy white trumpet-shaped flowers with yellow throats at the ends of the stems.This fragrant daylily blooms all summer long and provides excellent bouquets for your favorite vase!The tall flower stalks are held atop a low mound of grassy leaves that remain green in color throughout the season.Being a fairly low maintenance perennial, Ice Carnival is best cleaned up in early spring before it resumes active growth for the season.Ice Carnival Daylily will grow to be about 24 inches tall at maturity extending to 32 inches tall with the flowers.This daylily is very adaptable to both dry and moist locations and thrives in full sun to part shade. It makes a great choice for attracting butterflies!* Creamy White Flowers with Yellow Throats* Fragrant* Attracts Butterflies.

Snowdrift Crabapple

Snowdrift Crabapple
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Decorative, Flowering CrabappleSnowdrift Crabapple is a deciduous, flowering Crabapple tree. One would look amazing as a focal point in your front yard, or plant several along the street for an eye-catching display.Your Snowdrift Crabapple will be a sight to see each and every spring! Red buds appear as petite delicacies along the branches, opening into exquisite 1 ¼-inch blossoms of alabaster perfection.The flowers seem to blanket the tree in color and emit a subtle sweet fragrance (an irresistible allure for your yard’s pollinators).Ovate, dark green foliage will soon fill out your Snowdrift, it’s summer plumage a rich and vibrant addition to your other plantings.As autumn approaches, masses of 3/8-inch, red crabapples appear, a welcome treat for your feathered friends as the cold season advances. As if all this wasn’t enough, the leaves transform to a glowing yellow in the fall, a final splash of color for your landscape.Snowdrift Crabapple will grow to about 14 feet in height with a 20 foot spread. It has an upright nature and rounded to vase shape, presenting a lovely appearance that is prized by landscapers.It requires very little pruning and is deer, rabbit and wind resistant. It is even adaptable to urban conditions.The Snowdrift Crabapple is one of the best, most dependable flowering Crabapples available. Beautify your yard today with this exquisite gem.* Outstanding spring display * Four-season interest * Hardy * Wildlife interest.

Amethyst Coral Berry

Amethyst Coral Berry
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Persistent Pink Pearls Provides ProvenderThe Coral Berry Amethyst™, Symphoricarpos x doorenbosii ‘Kordes’, a Proven Winners selection, produces deep purple-pink fruit that is bright and showy.Amethyst™ Coral Berry displays a 3′-5′ tidy branching habit in full or part sun. It provides interest for the home garden by providing vivid pink fruit in late-summer.The small white midsummer flowers produce hot pink berries in late summer. For a neat winter decoration, use the berry-laden winter stems for indoor floral arrangements.This coral berry is deer resistant. but it is an important wildlife plant. Songbirds, ground birds, small mammals and browsers use the plant for food, cover, and nesting.The Amethyst is very tolerant of any soil, native on limestone and clay but the location needs to be well-drained.  The plant requires medium moisture. Fertilize in early spring by applying a slow release fertilizer specialized for trees and shrubs. You get best results if pruned in late fall or early spring.*White Flowers Mid Summer*Persistent Vivid Pink Fruit*Deer Resistant.