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  • BIGLEAF WINTERCREEPER Quick View
    • BIGLEAF WINTERCREEPER Quick View
    • BIGLEAF WINTERCREEPER
    • Bigleaf Wintercreeper is an adaptable and hardy, low evergreen shrub/vine. Glossy deep green leaves add purple tones in the winter months. Bright orange seeds develop in the fall. Bigleaf Wintercreeper makes an effective groundcover or low border, and can be trained to climb on walls.
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  • CHOCOLATE JOE PYE WEED Quick View
    • CHOCOLATE JOE PYE WEED Quick View
    • CHOCOLATE JOE PYE WEED
    • Plant in sun to light shade in moist, well-drained soil. Afternoon shade is beneficial. When established, it will tolerate drought for short periods of time. The creamy white flowers have a long bloom time and do not require deadheading. A great plant in groupings and for adding foliage color to the garden. This goes very well with grasses and late-blooming…
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  • COMMON BONESET Quick View
    • COMMON BONESET Quick View
    • COMMON BONESET
    • Common Boneset is an Illinois native wildflower found in a variety of wetland habitats. It is a relative of Joe-Pye Weed. Clusters of Bright white flowers bloom in mid-summer to early fall, and provide a great nectar source for butterflies and bees. Seedheads are a good winter food source for birds. Unique leaves fuse at the stem, and turn yellow-purple…
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  • DWARF WINGED EUONYMUS Quick View
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    • DWARF WINGED EUONYMUS
    • Often called Burning Bush, this popular shrub makes a good specimen or hedge. Green leaves turn bright red in the fall, and get their best color in full sun. This cultivar has better fall color than the species. Young stems have corky 'wings' on them. Tiny green flowers develop red fruits in the fall. This hardy shrub makes a standout…
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  • EMERALD & GOLD EUONYMUS Quick View
    • EMERALD & GOLD EUONYMUS Quick View
    • EMERALD & GOLD EUONYMUS
    • Emerald & Gold Euonymus is an adaptable and hardy low evergreen shrub/vine. Glossy deep green leaves have golden-yellow variegation, and have good color retention throughout the year. Emerald & Gold Euonymus makes an effective groundcover or low border, and can be trained to climb on walls.
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  • EMERALD GAIETY EUONYMUS Quick View
    • EMERALD GAIETY EUONYMUS Quick View
    • EMERALD GAIETY EUONYMUS
    • Emerald Gaiety Euonymus is an adaptable and hardy low evergreen shrub/vine. Glossy deep green leaves have white variegation, and have good color retention throughout the year. Emerald Gaiety Euonymus makes an effective groundcover or low border, and can be trained to climb on walls.
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  • GLOWING DREAM CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • GLOWING DREAM CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • GLOWING DREAM CONEFLOWER
    • A very unique, compact coneflower having a color described as "glowing, watermelon-coral." This variety has a large, orange-brown cone with nectar that will attract butterflies and other pollinators. Coneflowers are quite drought tolerant once established, so use them in the sunny border. Leave some of the seedheads standing at the end of the season as they will provide food for…
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  • HOT PAPAYA CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • HOT PAPAYA CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • HOT PAPAYA CONEFLOWER
    • Plant in full sun. It prefers moist, well-drained soil, but will tolerate poor soil, heat, and drought when established. The large flowers have gorgeous, hot pink-orange double blooms on strong stems, and bloom mid-summer into fall. Remove spent blooms to encourage rebloom. Hot Papaya attracts butterflies, and is excellent in borders, groupings, and as a cut or dried flower. Would…
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  • JULIA CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • JULIA CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • JULIA CONEFLOWER
    • This coneflower is named after the bright orange Julia Longwing Butterfly, and like its namesake, the flower is a beautiful sight to behold in the garden. Vivid tangerine-orange blossoms, nearly four inches wide, dance atop compact, sturdy plants. The petals lighten to a golden orange as they age and highlight the deep copper cone. Coneflowers are low maintenance perennials and…
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  • KOREAN EUONYMUS Quick View
    • KOREAN EUONYMUS Quick View
    • KOREAN EUONYMUS
    • Often called Burning Bush, Korean Euonymus makes a good specimen or hedge. Green leaves turn bright red in the fall, and get their best color in full sun. This cultivar has better fall color than the species. Young stems have corky 'wings' on them. Tiny green flowers develop red fruits in the fall. This hardy shrub makes a standout in…
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  • MAGNUS PURPLE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • MAGNUS PURPLE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • MAGNUS PURPLE CONEFLOWER
    • Plant in full sun. Prefers moist, well drained soil, but will tolerate drought and high pH when established. 'Magnus' will bloom from July to September with flowers that are daisy-like with drooping rays. Deadhead to keep plants looking good and to encourage a rebloom. Do not over fertilize as it will cause leggy plants. Use in groupings and masses in…
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  • PIXIE MEADOWBRITE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • PIXIE MEADOWBRITE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • PIXIE MEADOWBRITE CONEFLOWER
    • Plant in full sun in dry to moist, well-drained soil. It is drought tolerant when established. Pixie Meadowbright has large fragrant flowers that attract butterflies. The greenish-pink cones mature to a deep crimson. It will bloom from July to September, and should be deadheaded to keep plants looking good and encourage the rebloom. Use this as a sunny border edging,…
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