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  • ANGELINA SEDUM Quick View
    • ANGELINA SEDUM Quick View
    • ANGELINA SEDUM
    • This yellow-leaved sedum is a very dense, mat-forming groundcover. Its spiky leaves often have ginger-brown tips in spring with clusters of star-shaped, yellow flowers held above during the heat of the summer. As the temperatures begin to cool in the fall, the leaves change to a reddish-orange. A great plant for dry, sunny areas. It is drought tolerant once established.…
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  • AUTUMN DELIGHT SEDUM Quick View
    • AUTUMN DELIGHT SEDUM Quick View
    • AUTUMN DELIGHT SEDUM
    • Plant in full sun to light shade in well drained to dry soil. It does not tolerate wet soils. The chartreuse leaves have a blue-green margin, and the rose flowers become a bronze-red in fall. Do not cut back the flower heads in fall as they hold through winter and create a great effect. You can cut back if appearance…
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  • AUTUMN JOY SEDUM Quick View
    • AUTUMN JOY SEDUM Quick View
    • AUTUMN JOY SEDUM
    • Plant in full sun in well-drained to dry soil. It does not tolerate wet soils. Do not cut back -- flowerheads hold through winter and create interest. Cut back if appearance gets shaggy, and new growth will emerge, or wait to cut back until spring. A garden favorite that can be divided when clumps get too large. Looks great with…
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  • AUTUMN MOOR GRASS Quick View
    • AUTUMN MOOR GRASS Quick View
    • AUTUMN MOOR GRASS
    • Autumn Moor Grass is a low-growing grass that works well in groupings and as a groundcover. Medium-green blades turn golden-yellow in the fall. Silvery flowerheads bloom in the fall. Autumn Moor Grass is an adaptable grass that can tolerate drought and a wide variety of soil conditions once established.
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  • BEIJING GOLD PEKING LILAC Quick View
    • BEIJING GOLD PEKING LILAC Quick View
    • BEIJING GOLD PEKING LILAC
    • This cultivar of Peking Lilac was a selection that originated from the Beijing Botanic Garden. Clusters of primrose-yellow, fragrant flowers bloom in early summer. Bright green leaves turn an attractive gold in the fall. Cinnamon-colored, exfoliating bark adds interest all year long. Beijing Gold is a great addition to the home landscape. This is an introduction from Chicagoland Grows.
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  • BLACK TOWER ELDER Quick View
    • BLACK TOWER ELDER Quick View
    • BLACK TOWER ELDER
    • Black Towers is an upright elderberry that has a fast growth rate. Attractive, deep purple compound foliage retains color throughout the growing season. Clusters of light pink flowers bloom in early summer, and ripen into black berries that are quickly devoured by birds. Black Towers prefers moist, well-drained soils in full sun-part shade. The upright growth makes it great for…
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  • BLOOMERANG LILAC Quick View
    • BLOOMERANG LILAC Quick View
    • BLOOMERANG LILAC
    • Unlike other lilac cultivars, Bloomerang has two blooming periods instead of one. Clusters of fragrant, light purple flowers bloom in the spring, and then again in late summer until frost. Small green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Remove the spent flower heads to promote more flowers. Bloomerang has a compact habit that makes it a good choice for a…
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  • BLUE SPRUCE SEDUM Quick View
    • BLUE SPRUCE SEDUM Quick View
    • BLUE SPRUCE SEDUM
    • Blue Spruce Sedum is an attractive groundcover that works well in a dry area with full sun. Blue-green, waxy leaves resemble the needles of a blue spruce, and turn purple in the fall. They are semi-evergreen. Clusters of bright yellow flowers bloom in late spring-early summer. Blue Spruce sedum makes a low-maintenance groundcover once established.
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  • BUMBLEBERRY SAGE Quick View
    • BUMBLEBERRY SAGE Quick View
    • BUMBLEBERRY SAGE
    • A petite powerhouse for the front of the sunny border, 'Bumbleberry' is a show-stopper. Dark pink fuchsia flowers with wine purple bud bases, give it a bi-color effect. Pollinators and hummingbirds will love this plant while deer and rabbits will avoid it. Salvias are drought tolerant once established, but will bloom better with regular watering.
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  • CARADONNA SAGE Quick View
    • CARADONNA SAGE Quick View
    • CARADONNA SAGE
    • Plant in full sun in moderately moist, well-drained soil. Deadheading will encourage the re-bloom. If plant gets leggy, cut back to basal growth. Good with coreopsis, as an accent in the border, or en masse for a show-stopping display. This is a very distinctive upright sage with 24" flower spikes of fabulous blue-violet. Caradonna is a stunning garden addition, and…
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  • CAROUSEL LITTLE BLUESTEM Quick View
    • CAROUSEL LITTLE BLUESTEM Quick View
    • CAROUSEL LITTLE BLUESTEM
    • This cultivar of our native Little Bluestem has an upright growth habit, and does not lodge over in the winter. Silvery-blue leaves and stems emerge late in the spring, with flowerheads appearing in late summer. Fall color is an attractive russet-red and adds winter interest to the landscape. Carousel is a very drought and heat tolerant grass once established. Use…
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  • CAUTICOLA SEDUM Quick View
    • CAUTICOLA SEDUM Quick View
    • CAUTICOLA SEDUM
    • Plant in full sun in well-drained to dry soil. It does not tolerate wet soils. Cut back if appearance gets shaggy, and new growth will emerge, or wait to cut back until spring. It is an excellent container plant that has interest and color all season. Use it as a groundcover, edging plant, or paired with grasses, artemesia, or stachys.…
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