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  • BABY BLUE COLORADO SPRUCE Quick View
    • BABY BLUE COLORADO SPRUCE Quick View
    • BABY BLUE COLORADO SPRUCE
    • Baby Blue is a more slender version of the Colorado Blue Spruce. It is grown from seed, not grafted like Baby Blue Eyes, thus, specimens will vary slightly in habit. This tree will, however, be consistent in its vibrant blue color. Needles grow out evenly around the wood of the branches, which provides a full, compact-looking tree at all ages.…
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  • BAILEY RED DOGWOOD Quick View
    • BAILEY RED DOGWOOD Quick View
    • BAILEY RED DOGWOOD
    • Bailey is a hardy 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. Bailey can tolerate wet soil conditions, but avoid…
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  • BAKERI BLUE SPRUCE Quick View
    • BAKERI BLUE SPRUCE Quick View
    • BAKERI BLUE SPRUCE
    • Bakeri is a semi-dwarf cultivar of the Colorado Blue Spruce. Silvery-blue needles are larger and have more consistent color than other blue spruce cultivars. Bakeri is a slow-grower that is ideal for an accent tree or where space is limited. It can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established, but avoid wet sites and shaded areas.
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  • BALBOA SUNSET TRUMPET CREEPER Quick View
    • BALBOA SUNSET TRUMPET CREEPER Quick View
    • BALBOA SUNSET TRUMPET CREEPER
    • Flowers best in full sun but will handle light shade. A great climber that will cover walls and fences, or sprawl over retaining walls. It can also act as a groundcover. It is very cold hardy, but provides a warm tropical look. Lovely flowers on new wood bloom in May and intermittently into September. The clusters can have up to…
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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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  • BANANA BOAT SEDGE Quick View
    • BANANA BOAT SEDGE Quick View
    • BANANA BOAT SEDGE
    • Strappy leaves are banana yellow with green margins and striping. This plant is easily grown in medium to wet soils in part to full shade. An outstanding contrast plant for shady gardens or containers.
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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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  • BANDWIDTH MAIDEN GRASS Quick View
    • BANDWIDTH MAIDEN GRASS Quick View
    • BANDWIDTH MAIDEN GRASS
    • An exciting development in Maiden Grasses, 'Bandwidth' is smaller in stature, has the graceful form we love about Miscanthus, and this variety will not reseed in your garden. Each blade in the compact clump is highlighted with horizontal bands of gold. Graceful cornsilk-like, tan tassels appear late in the season and hold their form through winter. The seeds of these…
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  • BARNES MALE FERN Quick View
    • BARNES MALE FERN Quick View
    • BARNES MALE FERN
    • Fronds of this fern are quite narrow, usually not exceeding four inches in width. As with male ferns, this is a somewhat vigorous grower thriving in consistently moist soils. Plant in a location protected from strong winds to avoid damage to the fronds.
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  • BARREN STRAWBERRY Quick View
    • BARREN STRAWBERRY Quick View
    • BARREN STRAWBERRY
    • Prefers full sun to light shade in moist, well drained soil, and is drought tolerant. The spring flowering is very showy as the flowers rise above the foliage. This makes a nice edging for border plantings, or a good transition from mulched areas to lawn or bed areas. A very hardy and low maintenance groundcover for small and mid-sized areas.…
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  • BARTZELLA ITOH PEONY Quick View
    • BARTZELLA ITOH PEONY Quick View
    • BARTZELLA ITOH PEONY
    • A stunning hybrid cross between an herbaceous and tree peony. Has the potential to produce up to eighty, 9" wide fragrant yellow flowers in the spring held over sturdy stems. Flowers open over a 6-week period. Flowers do not topple over after rain like other peony hybrids. Remove the spent flowerheads when they are done blooming. Cut back stems to…
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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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