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  • BLUE PRINCE HOLLY Quick View
    • BLUE PRINCE HOLLY Quick View
    • BLUE PRINCE HOLLY
    • Blue Prince Holly is an attractive evergreen that makes a great hedge, screen, and specimen. Leathery, deep green leaves have good color retention throughout the year. Blue Prince is a male cultivar and will not produce fruit. It will pollinate Blue Princess, and one male should be planted for every 3 to 4 females. This shrub is adaptable and hardy,…
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  • BLUE PRINCESS HOLLY Quick View
    • BLUE PRINCESS HOLLY Quick View
    • BLUE PRINCESS HOLLY
    • Blue Princess Holly is an attractive evergreen that makes a great hedge, screen, and specimen. Leathery, deep green leaves have good color retention throughout the year. Blue Princess is a female cultivar, and, if pollinated, will produce bright red berries in the fall which persist into winter. It requires pollination by Blue Prince, and one male should be planted for…
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  • BLUE STAR CREEPER Quick View
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    • BLUE STAR CREEPER
    • Blue Star Creeper is a short, attractive groundcover that works well in between pavers or stones in full sun. Star-shaped, light blue flowers from late spring-summer. Small leaves are bright green. Blue star creeper performs best in full sun with moist, well-drained soil.
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  • BUTTER & SUGAR SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
    • BUTTER & SUGAR SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
    • BUTTER & SUGAR SIBERIAN IRIS
    • Butter & Sugar is an attractive Siberian Iris cultivar that has bicolored yellow and white flowers that bloom in June. They are a unique color change from the typical blue and purple cultivars. Blue-green leaves are narrow and upright. Butter and Sugar is an adaptaple perennial that can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions, but prefers moist and wet…
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  • CAESARS BROTHER SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
    • CAESARS BROTHER SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
    • CAESARS BROTHER SIBERIAN IRIS
    • This tall iris prefers sun to partial shade in moist to wet, fertile, acidic soil, but will adapt to an average, drier soil. Divide infrequently in late summer. The dark purple flowers attract butterflies, and the foliage remains attractive into fall. Plant in groups or mix with other perennials for color and contrast.
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  • CONTRAST IN STYLE SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
    • CONTRAST IN STYLE SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
    • CONTRAST IN STYLE SIBERIAN IRIS
    • Siberian Iris are carefree whether planted as specimens or grouped en masse. This lovely variety features lightly ruffled, deep violet falls with accents of white and yellow, and standards of lavender. Leaf blades stand erect, holding their form and color through the season. These plants are clump-forming and may naturalize in a sunny, moist environment. The perfect backdrop for a…
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  • HARVEST OF MEMORIES BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • HARVEST OF MEMORIES BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • HARVEST OF MEMORIES BEARDED IRIS
    • A newer cultivar of bearded iris that will bloom reliably in spring, and then again in fall. Fragrant sunny-yellow flowers brighten up the late spring garden and are highlighted by the sturdy green blades of the foliage. Plant a bit shallow, with the rhizome slightly exposed. A light application of a low nitrogen fertilizer in early spring will be beneficial…
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  • HENRYS GARNET SWEETSPIRE Quick View
    • HENRYS GARNET SWEETSPIRE Quick View
    • HENRYS GARNET SWEETSPIRE
    • Henry's Garnet is a cultivar of the native Virginia Sweetspire. Glossy deep green leaves turn bright scarlet-red in the fall, and keep their color for a long time. Cascading spikes of white, fragrant flowers bloom in the summer. This adaptable shrub can tolerate sunny and shady conditions, clay soils and wet sites once established. It's a great shrub to use…
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  • IMMORTALITY BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • IMMORTALITY BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • IMMORTALITY BEARDED IRIS
    • One of the more popular varieties of bearded iris, Immortality is known for bright white flowers that bloom in late spring and again in late summer. The large, showy white flowers with pale yellow beards are a show-stopper in the garden. Fragrant! Deer and rabbit resistant.
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  • JAPANESE BLOOD GRASS Quick View
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    • JAPANESE BLOOD GRASS
    • This ornamental grass emerges late in the spring. Leaves are bright green with red tips, and the red color increases in the fall. This grass seldom flowers in our area, and the flowers do not have any ornamental value. Japanese Blood grass perfers moist, well-drained soil in full sun. It is an attractive grass when planted in groupings.
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  • JIM DANDY WINTERBERRY Quick View
    • JIM DANDY WINTERBERRY Quick View
    • JIM DANDY WINTERBERRY
    • Jim Dandy is a male cultivar of our native Winterberry. Bright green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Clusters of tiny green-white flowers bloom in early summer. Hollies require a male pollinator for berries, and the cultivar 'Red Sprite' needs 'Jim Dandy' to produce fruit. One 'Jim Dandy' will pollinate 4-5 female hollies. Use in groupings or as a specimen.…
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  • LITTLE HENRY SWEETSPIRE Quick View
    • LITTLE HENRY SWEETSPIRE Quick View
    • LITTLE HENRY SWEETSPIRE
    • Little Henry is a dwarf cultivar of the native Virginia Sweetspire. Glossy deep green leaves turn bright scarlet-red in the fall, and keep their color for a long period. Cascading spikes of white, fragrant flowers bloom in the summer. This adaptable shrub can tolerate sunny and shady conditions, clay soils and wet sites once established. It's a great shrub to…
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