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  • ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD HOSTA Quick View
    • ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD HOSTA Quick View
    • ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD HOSTA
    • Registered in 1989, this hosta has won numerous awards including the 2014 Hosta of the Year by the American Hosta Growers Association. Huge, powder-blue, nearly round, corrugated leaves cup and twist into a unique display. The name, Drinking Gourd, is said to have been inspired when a dog was seen drinking water from one of the leaves after a rainstorm.
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  • ALABAMA SUNRISE FOAMY BELLS Quick View
    • ALABAMA SUNRISE FOAMY BELLS Quick View
    • ALABAMA SUNRISE FOAMY BELLS
    • This perennial's ornamental foliage provides interest all season. Bright, yellow-green leaves contrast with deep red leaf veins in early Spring. As the plant matures through the season, the leaf and vein colors begin to deepen even further. Excels as a ground cover, border edging or adds fabulous color to combination container plantings. Plant in moist, but well drained soil. This…
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  • ALICE OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • ALICE OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • ALICE OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA
    • Alice Oakleaf Hydrangea is an attractive woody hydrangea that grows best in a protected location. It leafs out later in the spring than other hydrangea species. Leathery, green, deeply lobed leaves resemble an oak's leaf. Fall color is a mixture of red, orange, and purple tones. Large panicles of white flowers bloom in the summer, and fade to pink as…
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  • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS Quick View
    • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS Quick View
    • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS
    • All Gold is an attractive clump-forming grass for a shaded area. Bamboo-like leaves are bright yellow and have a cascading growth habit. All Gold looks great with Hostas, Brunnera, and other shade-loving perennials, and works well in a container. It is adaptable but cannot tolerate drought.
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  • ANNABELLE HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • ANNABELLE HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • ANNABELLE HYDRANGEA
    • Annabelle Hydrangea is a popular shrub to use as a border or for groupings. It is a large-flowered cultivar of the native Smooth Hydrangea. Large, dome-shaped heads of sterile flowers bloom in July and are long-lasting. Spent flower heads are a good addition for winter interest. Deep green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Annabelle Hydrangea produces more flowers in…
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  • AUTUMN BRIDE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRIDE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRIDE CORAL BELLS
    • Plant in partial shade in rich, moist, well-drained soil. This is a good plant for dry shade. If planted in a sunny location, afternoon shade is needed. It is great for covering the bases of trees or other spots that get little moisture. The abundant flowers rise above the foliage on stems that can reach 36", and they are showy…
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  • AUTUMN FROST HOSTA Quick View
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    • AUTUMN FROST HOSTA
    • Autumn Frost is an attractive, small hosta cultivar for a shaded area. Variegated leaves are frosty blue with yellow edges when they emerge, and mature to blue-green with cream edges. Spikes of light purple flowers bloom in the summer. Autumn Frost is adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions. Makes an attractive low border or use in groupings for…
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  • BALLERINA RUFFLES LENTEN ROSE Quick View
    • BALLERINA RUFFLES LENTEN ROSE Quick View
    • BALLERINA RUFFLES LENTEN ROSE
    • A lovely, long blooming hellebore, 'Ballerina Ruffles' dances gracefully through the early perennial garden. Double blooms begin in late winter and hold their color for up to twelve weeks. Flowers can have purple speckling and come in shades of pink ranging from blush to the deepest rouge. These plants need winter sun, but shade in the summer, so the best…
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  • BERRY SMOOTHIE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • BERRY SMOOTHIE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • BERRY SMOOTHIE CORAL BELLS
    • Berry Smoothie has attractive rose-pink leaves that darken to purple-pink as they age. Spikes of pink flowers bloom from late spring-early summer. Berry Smoothie prefers moist well-drained soil in partial to light shade. It is an attractive addition to the shade garden.
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  • BERRY TIMELESS CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • BERRY TIMELESS CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • BERRY TIMELESS CORAL BELLS
    • This new cultivar has silvery, mint-green foliage with deep green veins. Pinkish-red flowers bloom thoughout the summer on ever-blooming scapes. Berry Timeless prefers moist, well-drained soils in partial to light shade. If planted in a sunny location, afternoon shade is needed. It can tolerate heat and humidity better than other Heuchera varieties. It makes a great companion plant to other…
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  • BLACKOUT CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • BLACKOUT CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • BLACKOUT CORAL BELLS
    • Blackout is one of the darkest Coralbells, noted for its glossy rounded leaves and compact habit. Moist, but well-drained soil is critical to its success. Blackout is grateful for relief from afternoon sun. Flowers occur on 10" wiry stems that rise above the leaves. Great plant for border edges.
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  • BLOOMSTRUCK HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • BLOOMSTRUCK HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • BLOOMSTRUCK HYDRANGEA
    • Bloomstruck is a new addition to the Endless Summer collection of hydrangeas. Large clusters of sterile flowers bloom pink in neutral soils and blue in acidic soil conditions. Deep green leaves are held on red stems, and turn red-purple in the fall. Flowers will increase in full sun, but the plants need constant moisture to thrive. It is not drought…
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