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  • ALLEMANS COMPACT DOGWOOD Quick View
    • ALLEMANS COMPACT DOGWOOD Quick View
    • ALLEMANS COMPACT DOGWOOD
    • Alleman's compact is a semi-dwarf cultivar of our native Redtwig Dogwood. Clusters of white flowers bloom in late spring, and develop into white berries in early fall. These berries are attractive to birds. Deep green leaves turn red-purple in the fall. Stems are bright red and make a standout in the winter landscape. Alleman's can tolerate wet soil conditions, but…
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  • AMERICAN FILBERT Quick View
    • AMERICAN FILBERT Quick View
    • AMERICAN FILBERT
    • American Filbert or Hazelnut is a tough and adaptable shrub that is native to northern Illinois. Male catkins bloom in early spring before the leaves emerge. Tiny female flowers are deep wine-red. Female flowers develop into clusters of edible hazelnuts in August, and are a valuable food source for wildlife. Medium green leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and…
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  • AMERICAN HORNBEAM Quick View
    • AMERICAN HORNBEAM Quick View
    • AMERICAN HORNBEAM
    • This native small tree is adaptable and great for any size yard. Glossy green leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Catkins bloom in early spring, and develop into nutlets that hang on during the winter. Bark is smooth gray and fluted making it's sinewy, winter form very attactive in the landscape. American Hornbeam is…
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  • AMERICAN REDBUD Quick View
    • AMERICAN REDBUD Quick View
    • AMERICAN REDBUD
    • A beautiful native tree that is a great choice for smaller yards or under large trees. Clusters of lavender-pink flowers cover the tree in spring before the leaves emerge. Heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in the fall. Flat reddish-brown pods remain on the tree after leaves fall, giving some winter interest. Interesting bark has a cinnamon color on mature specimens. It…
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  • BAILEY RED DOGWOOD Quick View
    • BAILEY RED DOGWOOD Quick View
    • BAILEY RED DOGWOOD
    • Bailey is a hardy cultivar of our native Redtwig Dogwood. Clusters of white flowers bloom in late spring, and develop into white berries in early fall. These berries are attractive to birds. Deep green leaves turn red-purple in the fall. Stems are bright red and make a standout in the winter landscape. Bailey can tolerate wet soil conditions, but avoid…
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  • BALBOA SUNSET TRUMPET CREEPER Quick View
    • BALBOA SUNSET TRUMPET CREEPER Quick View
    • BALBOA SUNSET TRUMPET CREEPER
    • Flowers best in full sun but will handle light shade. A great climber that will cover walls and fences, or sprawl over retaining walls. It can also act as a groundcover. It is very cold hardy, but provides a warm tropical look. Lovely flowers on new wood bloom in May and intermittently into September. The clusters can have up to…
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  • BANANA BOAT SEDGE Quick View
    • BANANA BOAT SEDGE Quick View
    • BANANA BOAT SEDGE
    • Strappy leaves are banana yellow with green margins and striping. This plant is easily grown in medium to wet soils in part to full shade. An outstanding contrast plant for shady gardens or containers.
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  • BLUE CLIPS BELLFLOWER Quick View
    • BLUE CLIPS BELLFLOWER Quick View
    • BLUE CLIPS BELLFLOWER
    • Plant in full sun in moderately moist, well-drained soil. It tolerates a wide range of conditions and spreads readily as long as adequate drainage is provided. Deadhead for continuous blooming. Cut back in summer, if necessary, for fresh growth. Plant with daisies for a casual look. A very nice edging plant that is also deer resistant.
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  • BOWLES GOLDEN SEDGE Quick View
    • BOWLES GOLDEN SEDGE Quick View
    • BOWLES GOLDEN SEDGE
    • Bowle's Golden Sedge is an attractive sedge that works great in a moist, sunny location. Foliage is bright, golden-yellow throughout the growing season. Bowles Golden Sedge is adaptable, but cannot tolerate drought. It performs best in an area with morning sun and afternoon shade.
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  • BROWN FOX SEDGE Quick View
    • BROWN FOX SEDGE Quick View
    • BROWN FOX SEDGE
    • Brown Fox Sedge is an adaptable Illinois native that is found in a variety of wetlands. It has a mounding growth habit. Bright green leaves add a fine texture, and are an important larval food source for many butterfly species. Clusters of tiny green flowers bloom in the spring, and develop brown seed heads that resemble a fox tail. Brown…
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  • CALAMINTHA Quick View
    • CALAMINTHA Quick View
    • CALAMINTHA
    • Prolific. Grows well in sun to part shade in ordinary, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil. Cut or trim back after first bloom and in summer to keep re-blooms fresh and the plant neat in appearance. The leaves are nicely fragrant. It is easy to grow, and is a great filler plant. This is a good groundcover or border plant,…
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  • CASPIAN FEATHER REED GRASS Quick View
    • CASPIAN FEATHER REED GRASS Quick View
    • CASPIAN FEATHER REED GRASS
    • This ornamental grass will add a strong vertical element to your landscape. A cool season grower, green foliage emerges early in spring and takes on a bronze tinge later in the summer. Dramatic plumes appear mid-summer and will have a pinkish tinge as they age. This plant will form a tight clump, so it can be used as a border,…
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