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  • ANNE GREENAWAY SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE Quick View
    • ANNE GREENAWAY SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE Quick View
    • ANNE GREENAWAY SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE
    • This British selection forms a spreading patch of small leaves, brightly marbled with light and dark green, chartreuse and silver. Clusters of lilac flowers appear in spring, then continue on and off until fall. Use in front borders, rock gardens or to brighten up any shady bed. Lamiums are rabbit and deer resistant.
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  • BANANA CREAM SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • BANANA CREAM SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • BANANA CREAM SHASTA DAISY
    • Banana Cream is a super-floriferous, long-blooming Shasta Daisy with flowers that begin bright lemon-yellow before maturing through all shades of pastel into ivory cream! A fully blooming plant is a breathtaking sight! The flowers last 2 weeks or more in a vase, assuring you of months of beautiful indoor arrangements.
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  • BECKY SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • BECKY SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • BECKY SHASTA DAISY
    • Prefers sun and well-drained soil. Divide in spring or fall. Deadhead spent blooms to encourage a rebloom. The blooms are excellent as cut flowers, and the foliage is attractive even without them. Cut to basal growth in September, and divide every 2-3 years. The stems do not require staking. Good companion plants are liatris, coreopsis, anemone.
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  • BRITT-MARIE CRAWFORD LIGULARIA Quick View
    • BRITT-MARIE CRAWFORD LIGULARIA Quick View
    • BRITT-MARIE CRAWFORD LIGULARIA
    • Moist to wet soil -- do not allow to dry out. This is an excellent plant for wet, shady areas. Ligularia will wilt in hot afternoon sun (normally revives at night) and will not tolerate drought. This is a long-lived plant that seldom needs division. Birds like the brown flower pods, and the large leaves are very attractive. The daisy-like…
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  • CARDINAL FLOWER Quick View
    • CARDINAL FLOWER Quick View
    • CARDINAL FLOWER
    • Plant this U.S. native in a moist area in part sun. It prefers rich soil, and is a great hummingbird attracter. Cut back spent blooms. You will find Cardinal Flower growing near streams and other wet areas. Use with ornamental grasses near ponds and other water features. This is an excellent red for your garden, and is a perfect addition…
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  • CHEYENNE PRIVET Quick View
    • CHEYENNE PRIVET Quick View
    • CHEYENNE PRIVET
    • Cheyenne Privet is an adaptable and low maintenance shrub once established. It can tolerate heavy pruning and shearing, making it an ideal candidate for a formal hedge or screen. Glossy green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Small clusters of white flowers bloom in early summer. It can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions, but avoid wet sites.
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  • CLAVEYS DWARF HONEYSUCKLE Quick View
    • CLAVEYS DWARF HONEYSUCKLE Quick View
    • CLAVEYS DWARF HONEYSUCKLE
    • Clavey's Dwarf Honeysuckle makes a great low hedge for both sunny and shady conditions. Blue-green leaves keep their color throughout the growing season. Small, cream colored flowers bloom in the spring. An excellent choice for a low hedge or screening.
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  • CREEPING LILY TURF Quick View
    • CREEPING LILY TURF Quick View
    • CREEPING LILY TURF
    • Can be planted in sun to moderate shade. In sun, plants will need consistent moisture. Creeping lilyturf has superior drought tolerance if planted in shade, and the attractive flower is followed in fall by black bead-like fruit. Remove old growth and divide in the spring, if needed. Use as an edging, groundcover, or a turf grass substitute. Spreads by rhizomes.…
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  • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY Quick View
    • DAISY MAY SHASTA DAISY
    • This compact shasta daisy features large, snow-white flowers with a yellow center and because of better branching and many side buds, it will bloom much longer than other daisies. Easily grown in average, dry to medium, well-drained soils in full sun. Good soil drainage is essential. Wet soils in winter can be fatal. Daisies are great cut flowers.
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  • DESDEMONA LIGULARIA Quick View
    • DESDEMONA LIGULARIA Quick View
    • DESDEMONA LIGULARIA
    • Moist to wet soil -- do not allow to dry out. This is an excellent plant for wet, shady areas. Ligularia will wilt in hot afternoon sun (normally revives at night) and will not tolerate drought. This is a long-lived plant that seldom needs division. Birds like the brown flower pods, and the large leaves are very attractive. The daisy-like…
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  • EMERALD CITY TULIP TREE Quick View
    • EMERALD CITY TULIP TREE Quick View
    • EMERALD CITY TULIP TREE
    • This cultivar of the native tulip tree has a straight, upright form with a dominant central leader. Foliage is slighty glossy green and clear yellow in fall. Showy flowers appear at branch tips on older trees. Tulip trees are a food source for the tiger swallowtail butterfly. This tree will tolerate drought and wet soils, but will thrive in moist,…
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  • GOJI BERRY SWEET LIFEBERRY Quick View
    • GOJI BERRY SWEET LIFEBERRY Quick View
    • GOJI BERRY SWEET LIFEBERRY
    • Goji berries are hardy, easy to grow plants. This is a sprawling plant with long, flexible canes and gray-green leaves. Fruit is bright red and touted for its health-giving properties. Flowers are a brilliant purple appearing in late spring/early summer all along the stems. Juicy, bright red fruits resembling small peppers are sweet and can be eaten fresh or dried.…
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