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  • CAESARS BROTHER SIBERIAN IRIS Quick View
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    • 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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  • CALAMINTHA Quick View
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    • CALAMINTHA
    • Prolific. Grows well in sun to part shade in ordinary, dry to medium wet, well-drained soil. Cut or trim back after first bloom and in summer to keep re-blooms fresh and the plant neat in appearance. The leaves are nicely fragrant. It is easy to grow, and is a great filler plant. This is a good groundcover or border plant,…
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  • CALLIES MEMORY ITOH PEONY Quick View
    • CALLIES MEMORY ITOH PEONY Quick View
    • CALLIES MEMORY ITOH PEONY
    • Callies Memory is an intersectional hybrid peony that has large, creamy apricot flowers with dark red centers. These double flowers can be up to 7" across. Medium-green leaves are resistant to mildew. Stems are sturdy to hold the large flowers and will not flop over. Callie's Memory requires moist, well-drained soil in full sun. It is a stunning peony to…
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  • CAMELOT FOXGLOVE Quick View
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    • CAMELOT FOXGLOVE
    • A reliable, heavy bloomer, this foxglove begins its fantastic show in late spring and lasts through the summer. Provide moist soil in partial shade to full sun. Works well in borders, beds, and woodland gardens. A fast grower, plants reach 24" to 30" tall in flower.
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  • CANAAN FIR Quick View
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    • CANAAN FIR
    • Canaan Fir is an attractive and hardy evergreen that has a dense, pyramidal growth form. Short, deep green needles have silvery undersides. These bud late, allowing them to avoid frost injury. It can tolerate wet, clay soils better than other conifers, but it still prefers well drained soils. Canaan Fir makes a great specimen or can be used in groupings.
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  • CANADIAN HEMLOCK Quick View
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    • CANADIAN HEMLOCK
    • Canadian Hemlock is a slow-growing, attractive conifer that is native to the eastern United States. It has a graceful look with arching branches. Short needles are deep green with silvery undersides, and have good color retention throughout the year. Canadian Hemlock needs protection from the wind, and is not drought tolerant.
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  • CANADIAN WILD GINGER Quick View
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    • CANADIAN WILD GINGER
    • Wild Ginger is native to forests and woodlands in Illinois. Heart-shaped leaves are velvety and deep green, and make a dense groundcover for moist to wet, shaded areas over time. Unlike European Wild Ginger, our native one is not evergreen. Unique burgundy-red flowers bloom at the base of the leaves in the spring. Wild Ginger makes a great companion plant…
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  • CANDYMINT SARGENT CRAB Quick View
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    • CANDYMINT SARGENT CRAB
    • Candymint Sargent Crabapple is a hardy cultivar that is great for small areas. The deep carmine buds open to single pink flowers edged in red that cover the tree in spring. Bark is cherry-like and reddish brown. Leaves emerge maroon in the spring and mature to green. The small, 3/8" red fruit ripen in the fall, and attract birds. Candymint…
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  • CARADONNA SAGE Quick View
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    • 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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  • CARAMEL CORAL BELLS Quick View
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    • CARAMEL CORAL BELLS
    • Plant in partial shade in rich, moist, well-drained soil. The cream blooms rise to a height of 15-24". The spring foliage matures to golden caramel and apricot tones with a dark pink underside. These gentle colors lighten a shaded area and are stunning in container plantings where the color holds true all summer and into fall. It is very heat…
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  • CARDINAL COLUMBINE Quick View
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    • CARDINAL COLUMBINE
    • Plant in partial shade in moist, well drained soil. This is a biennial and will reseed. Do not try to divide them as columbines do not like to be disturbed. The mounded foliage is topped with upright flower stems, bloom time is in May to June. Plant in groupings and mix with other tall, loose structured plants and grasses. Columbines…
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  • CARDINAL FLOWER Quick View
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    • 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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