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  • AUTUMN BRILLANCE AUTUMN FERN Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRILLANCE AUTUMN FERN Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRILLANCE AUTUMN FERN
    • Autumn Fern is an attractive semi-evergreen fern that works great in the shade garden. Fronds emerge red in the spring and mature to deep green. Fronds turn bronze-orange in the fall. Autumn Fern is intolerant of drought, but can tolerate morning sun. A great fern to plant in groups with Hostas and Heucheras.
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  • BARNES MALE FERN Quick View
    • BARNES MALE FERN Quick View
    • BARNES MALE FERN
    • Fronds of this fern are quite narrow, usually not exceeding four inches in width. As with male ferns, this is a somewhat vigorous grower thriving in consistently moist soils. Plant in a location protected from strong winds to avoid damage to the fronds.
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  • CAMELOT FOXGLOVE Quick View
    • CAMELOT FOXGLOVE Quick View
    • CAMELOT FOXGLOVE
    • A reliable, heavy bloomer, this foxglove begins its fantastic show in late spring and lasts through the summer. Provide moist soil in partial shade to full sun. Works well in borders, beds, and woodland gardens. A fast grower, plants reach 24" to 30" tall in flower.
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  • COOL SPLASH BUSH HONEYSUCKLE Quick View
    • COOL SPLASH BUSH HONEYSUCKLE Quick View
    • COOL SPLASH BUSH HONEYSUCKLE
    • This variegated cultivar of the Southern Bush Honeysuckle is a good low, dense shrub to use in shaded areas. Clusters of lemon-yellow flowers bloom in June-July. Leaves are variegated green with white margins, and turn red-orange in the fall. A low-maintenance shrub once established, it develops good drought tolerance.
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  • FIRE STAR DIANTHUS Quick View
    • FIRE STAR DIANTHUS Quick View
    • FIRE STAR DIANTHUS
    • Prefers full sun (bright light) in moist, well-drained soil. Dianthus will tolerate short periods of drought, but foliage and flowers will not be as lush if grown in hot, dry areas. Water regularly during dry spells or when temperatures are high. Divide in early spring every few years. The flowers are a dark red with a deeper crimson eye, a…
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  • GOLD HEART BLEEDING HEART Quick View
    • GOLD HEART BLEEDING HEART Quick View
    • GOLD HEART BLEEDING HEART
    • Gold Heart prefers partial shade and moist, well-drained soil. Good air circulation will help prevent disease. It is not drought tolerant, nor does it tolerate wet soil in winter. Old fashioned bleeding heart flowers in May and may go dormant in the heat of summer. Cool shade and adequate moisture will extend its presence. Use in groupings or with other…
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  • KODIAK ORANGE BUSH HONEYSUCKLE Quick View
    • KODIAK ORANGE BUSH HONEYSUCKLE Quick View
    • KODIAK ORANGE BUSH HONEYSUCKLE
    • This shrub pushes fall color to the limit with it's glowing orange fall foliage making it an ecofriendly alternative to burning bush. Bright yellow flowers in early summer and extremely durable. Thrives in sun or shade, drought tolerant, deer resistant and can grow in dry shade.
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  • LEATHERWOOD FERN Quick View
    • LEATHERWOOD FERN Quick View
    • LEATHERWOOD FERN
    • The leathery leaves of this fern make it a beautiful addition to the woodland garden and can be used as a lovely and easy to maintain groundcover. Leatherwood Fern forms a tidy clump that will not spread and is very tolerant of dry shade conditions once established.
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  • LUXURIANT BLEEDING HEART Quick View
    • LUXURIANT BLEEDING HEART Quick View
    • LUXURIANT BLEEDING HEART
    • Plant in shade. It requires moist, well-drained soil; good air circulation will help prevent disease. Luxuriant will flower all season, but deadhead to prolong the rebloom. This is a great foliage plant as well as a great flowering plant. Cut back before winter. Use with brunnera, ferns, hosta, and tiarella. Deer resistant.
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  • MILLION DOLLAR BLUE DELPHINIUM Quick View
    • MILLION DOLLAR BLUE DELPHINIUM Quick View
    • MILLION DOLLAR BLUE DELPHINIUM
    • A great plant for the cottage garden, Million Dollar Blue is a semi-compact form of delphinium. Large, sturdy spikes of true blue, semi-double to double flowers are beneficial to bees and will attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Flowers are held above the dark green, deeply dissected, dense foliage. Delphiniums are heavy feeders, so be sure to fertilize throughout the growing season.…
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  • MILLION DOLLAR BLUSH DELPHINIUM Quick View
    • MILLION DOLLAR BLUSH DELPHINIUM Quick View
    • MILLION DOLLAR BLUSH DELPHINIUM
    • A great plant for the cottage garden, Million Dollar Blush is a semi-compact form of delphinium. Large, sturdy spikes of semi-double to double, light rose flowers with a white eye are beneficial to bees and will attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Flowers are held above the dark green, deeply dissected, dense foliage. Delphiniums are heavy feeders, so be sure to fertilize…
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  • NARROW CRESTED FERN Quick View
    • NARROW CRESTED FERN Quick View
    • NARROW CRESTED FERN
    • The fronds of this fern unfurl a golden green and the plant retains a fresh bright appearance throughout the summer months. Performs best in a cool, moist, lightly shaded site, but will handle more sun if given plenty of moisture. This fern is tolerant of dry shade once established.
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