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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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  • ACCOLADE ELM Quick View
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    • ACCOLADE ELM
    • Accolade Elm develops a vase-shaped crown at a rapid growth rate. Dark green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Accolade was developed at the Morton Arboretum, and it is well-adapted to our climate. This is a Japanese Elm hybrid, so it is resistant to Dutch Elm Disease. Accolade prefers moist, well-drained soils in full to part sun. It makes a…
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  • ADAMS CRAB Quick View
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    • ADAMS CRAB
    • Adams is a hardy crabapple that develops a rounded crown. Attractive, deep pink flowers bloom in the spring and develop into 5/8" red fruits that persist in the fall and winter. Leaves are maroon when they emerge, and mature to green-purple. It has excellent resistance to cedar-apple rust, and good resistance to apple scab. This tree prefers moist, well-drained soil,…
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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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  • ALEXANDER’S GREAT BRUNNERA Quick View
    • ALEXANDER’S GREAT BRUNNERA Quick View
    • ALEXANDER’S GREAT BRUNNERA
    • This brunnera is a show-stopper in the shady garden! Large, silver, heart-shaped leaves can grow up to 10-12 inches wide and long. Each stunning leaf is highlighted with contrasting greens veins and narrow margins. As with all brunnera plants, Alexander's Great prefers moist soils, but can handle short periods of dryness better than other cultivars. Use as a specimen in…
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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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  • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY Quick View
    • ALLEGHENY SERVICEBERRY
    • Allegheny Serviceberry is a beautiful native tree that is one of the parents for the popular Apple Serviceberry. Clusters of bright white flowers bloom in the spring. Leaves emerge copper and mature to medium green. Fall color is a mix of reds, oranges, and yellows. Flowers develop into edible purple fruits in June, and are loved by birds. Bark is…
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  • ALLEMANS COMPACT DOGWOOD Quick View
    • ALLEMANS COMPACT DOGWOOD Quick View
    • ALLEMANS COMPACT DOGWOOD
    • Alleman's compact is a semi-dwarf cultivar of our native Redtwig Dogwood. Clusters of white flowers bloom in late spring, and develop into white berries in early fall. These berries are attractive to birds. Deep green leaves turn red-purple in the fall. Stems are bright red and make a standout in the winter landscape. Alleman's can tolerate wet soil conditions, but…
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  • ALPINE CURRANT Quick View
    • ALPINE CURRANT Quick View
    • ALPINE CURRANT
    • Alpine Currant is a tough shrub that makes a great formal hedge. Deep green, palmate leaves turn yellow in the fall. Tiny yellow flower clusters bloom in the spring. An adaptable shrub, it can tolerate a good amount of shade and drier areas. It can also tolerate heavy shearing and trimming to make a good screen. As the shrub ages,…
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  • AMBER JUBILEE NINEBARK Quick View
    • AMBER JUBILEE NINEBARK Quick View
    • AMBER JUBILEE NINEBARK
    • This attractive ninebark cultivar has unique bronze-yellow foliage that stands out in the landscape. It has an upright, arching growth habit. Clusters of white flowers bloom in late spring-early summer. Foliage turns purple red in the fall. Cinnamon-brown, exfoliating bark adds winter interest to the landscape. Amber Jubilee prefers full sun conditions, and average well-drained soil conditions. It is a…
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  • AMERICAN FILBERT Quick View
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    • AMERICAN FILBERT
    • American Filbert or Hazelnut is a tough and adaptable shrub that is native to northern Illinois. Male catkins bloom in early spring before the leaves emerge. Tiny female flowers are deep wine-red. Female flowers develop into clusters of edible hazelnuts in August, and are a valuable food source for wildlife. Medium green leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and…
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