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  • ARIZONA APRICOT BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA APRICOT BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA APRICOT BLANKET FLOWER
    • This new variety of Blanket Flower stays compact and uniform, and will be covered in large blossoms from early summer into fall. The flowers are apricot with yellow tips and a darker orange center. Excellent branching habit. Heat tolerant and prefers poorer soils. Attracts butterflies. Deer resistant.
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  • ARIZONA RED BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA RED BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA RED BLANKET FLOWER
    • This new variety of blanket flower produces masses of large, crimson red blossoms. Arizona Red Shades is a short, compact variety that tolerates heat and poor soils. Excellent branching habit. Deadhead occasionally to keep the flowers coming all summer long. Attracts butterflies! Deer and rabbit resistant!
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  • AUTUMN GOLD GINKGO Quick View
    • AUTUMN GOLD GINKGO Quick View
    • AUTUMN GOLD GINKGO
    • Autumn Gold Ginkgo is a beautifully shaped, broadly symmetrical tree. The distinctive fan-shaped ginkgo leaves are a rich green throughout the growing season and put on a spectacular show in fall. Fall color is a golden yellow with leaves holding on to the tree for several weeks before finally dropping, seemingly all at once. Ginkgo trees are tolerant of a…
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  • BEVANS VARIETY GERANIUM Quick View
    • BEVANS VARIETY GERANIUM Quick View
    • BEVANS VARIETY GERANIUM
    • Plant in full sun to partial shade in well-drained soil. It will flower most heavily from April to early summer, with periodic blooms appearing during the summer. It spreads by rhizomes, forming a thick groundcover that will choke out most weeds. It also withstands heat and humidity and is more drought tolerant because of its thick rhizomes. Shearing back in…
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  • BOWMANS ROOT Quick View
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    • BOWMANS ROOT
    • Native to the Eastern United States, Bowman's Root produces airy white flowers in late spring and early summer. They resemble serviceberry flowers. Green leaves turn shades of red and orange in the fall. Bowmans Root prefers moist well-drained soil in full sun to light shade.
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  • EMPEROR GINKGO Quick View
    • EMPEROR GINKGO Quick View
    • EMPEROR GINKGO
    • Highly tolerant of urban environments, Emperor Gingko is a slow-growing tree that develops an oval crown when mature. Leathery green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. Emperor is a male cultivar, so it will not produce fruit. Adaptable and hardy, this beautiful tree is great for streets and the lawn.
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  • ESPRESSO GERANIUM Quick View
    • ESPRESSO GERANIUM Quick View
    • ESPRESSO GERANIUM
    • Plant in average, well-drained soil in part shade to shade. This variety of geranium has an extended range of seasonal interest because of its rich, purple-red foliage that holds throughout the season. A good plant for dry, shaded areas that will naturalize under optimal growing conditions. Use as a groundcover under hardwoods or plant in the front of a mixed…
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  • FLAMES OF PASSION BORIS AVENS Quick View
    • FLAMES OF PASSION BORIS AVENS Quick View
    • FLAMES OF PASSION BORIS AVENS
    • This repeat blooming Geum bears a summer-long display of small, rounded, semi-double flowers on deep wine-red stems. A great addition to any perennial garden. Requires moist, well-drained soil. Thrives with enriched soil with good drainage. Very nice when massed near the front border planted with spring bulbs. Also great in mixed containers. Drought tolerant once established.
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  • JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO Quick View
    • JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO Quick View
    • JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO
    • An introduction from New Zealand, which is becoming quite popular in the United States, Jade Butterflies is a dwarf, vase-shaped gingko. Clumps of unusual, dark green leaves, resembling butterfly wings, turn brilliant yellow in fall. Its slow growing, dense habit makes it a great specimen plant in the landscape. This plant does not produce fruit.
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  • KENTUCKY COFFEE TREE Quick View
    • KENTUCKY COFFEE TREE Quick View
    • KENTUCKY COFFEE TREE
    • The native Kentucky Coffee Tree is a unique shade tree that tolerates a wide variety of soil conditions and drought once established. Clusters of small, cream flowers bloom in late spring to early summer. Female trees develop large, dark brown pods that hang on the tree well into the winter. Compound, medium-green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. This…
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  • LANCASTRIENSE GERANIUM Quick View
    • LANCASTRIENSE GERANIUM Quick View
    • LANCASTRIENSE GERANIUM
    • Plant in sun to partial shade in moist, well-drained soil. Not drought tolerant. Cut down to new growth after flowering, and cut back in the spring. The heaviest blooming is May to June, with lighter reblooms during the summer. Plant in groupings or in the border. Excellent plant for edgings, rock gardens, and in containers. A delicate looking plant that…
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  • MAGYAR GINKGO Quick View
    • MAGYAR GINKGO Quick View
    • MAGYAR GINKGO
    • Highly tolerant of urban environments, Magyar Gingko is a slow-growing tree that develops an upright growth form when mature. Leathery green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. Magyar is a male cultivar, so it will not produce fruit. Adaptable and hardy, this beautiful tree is great for streets and the lawn.
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