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  • HADSPEN BLUE HOSTA Quick View
    • HADSPEN BLUE HOSTA Quick View
    • HADSPEN BLUE HOSTA
    • Hadspen Blue is a medium-sized hosta that produces powdery blue, thick, cupped leaves that form a rounded mound of foliage. Spikes of pale lavender flowers appear in mid-summer. Hadspen Blue prefers partial to light shade and moist, well-drained soil conditions. A great hosta to use in a shady perennial border.
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  • HALCYON HOSTA Quick View
    • HALCYON HOSTA Quick View
    • HALCYON HOSTA
    • Known as one of the best blue hostas. Halcyon is a rapid grower with thick, blue, spear-shaped foilage. Perfect for a shady spot near a patio or in a container. Needs to be planted in full shade in a moist, well drained area. Slug resistant.
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  • HAPPY RETURNS DAYLILY Quick View
    • HAPPY RETURNS DAYLILY Quick View
    • HAPPY RETURNS DAYLILY
    • Plant in sun in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Daylilies form large clumps, and can be divided in spring or fall as needed. The yellow flowers are held on leafless scapes above the foliage. Remove spent flowers and scapes (stems) to encourage the reblooms (from June to September). Daylilies can be planted in groups, en masse to fill large areas, or…
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  • HARVEST OF MEMORIES BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • HARVEST OF MEMORIES BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • HARVEST OF MEMORIES BEARDED IRIS
    • A newer cultivar of bearded iris that will bloom reliably in spring, and then again in fall. Fragrant sunny-yellow flowers brighten up the late spring garden and are highlighted by the sturdy green blades of the foliage. Plant a bit shallow, with the rhizome slightly exposed. A light application of a low nitrogen fertilizer in early spring will be beneficial…
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  • HEARTLAND CATALPA Quick View
    • HEARTLAND CATALPA Quick View
    • HEARTLAND CATALPA
    • With its narrow overall form, this tree is great for parkways and moderately sized yards. In late spring, Catalpa features clusters of fragrant, trumpet-shaped, white flowers, speckled with yellow and purple. Large, deep green heart-shaped leaves create a dense canopy. Long bean-like pods give the tree a whimsical look. This tree can handle a wide range of soil conditions and…
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  • HEARTLEAF BRUNNERA Quick View
    • HEARTLEAF BRUNNERA Quick View
    • HEARTLEAF BRUNNERA
    • Plant in shade to half sun area in rich, moist, well drained soil in a protected spot. Not drought tolerant. This is a tough groundcover that reblooms sporadically during the summer. A lovely addition to the shade garden or border. The flowers, born above heart shaped leaves, give a wispy, delicate look to the garden. A good plant to accompany…
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  • HENRY EILERS BLACK EYED SUSAN Quick View
    • HENRY EILERS BLACK EYED SUSAN Quick View
    • HENRY EILERS BLACK EYED SUSAN
    • This is a very showy and unusual rudbeckia with brilliant yellow starburst quilled petals and a brown button center. A late summer, early fall bloomer blending well with other fall blooming perennials such as asters and ornamental grasses. Full sun is best, but will do well in part shade. Plant in well-drained average soil. Do not overfeed or overwater. Remove…
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  • HENRYS GARNET SWEETSPIRE Quick View
    • HENRYS GARNET SWEETSPIRE Quick View
    • HENRYS GARNET SWEETSPIRE
    • Henry's Garnet is a cultivar of the native Virginia Sweetspire. Glossy deep green leaves turn bright scarlet-red in the fall, and keep their color for a long time. Cascading spikes of white, fragrant flowers bloom in the summer. This adaptable shrub can tolerate sunny and shady conditions, clay soils and wet sites once established. It's a great shrub to use…
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  • HERITAGE OAK Quick View
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    • HERITAGE OAK
    • An outstanding, vigorous cross between English Oak (Q. robur) and Bur Oak (Q. macrocarpa), the Heritage Oak is a great shade tree for the parkway or lawn. Its dense, uniformly pyramidal crown becomes more stately as the tree matures. Glossy, green leaves have silver undersides and are tatter resistant. An exceptional specimen.
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  • HICKS YEW Quick View
    • HICKS YEW Quick View
    • HICKS YEW
    • Hick's Yew is a tall, upright yew that makes a great screen or hedge. Deep green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Hick's is hardy and adaptable, and can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established. Avoid planting in wet areas. Regular trimming is needed to keep growth form dense.
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  • HIDCOTE ENGLISH LAVENDER Quick View
    • HIDCOTE ENGLISH LAVENDER Quick View
    • HIDCOTE ENGLISH LAVENDER
    • Prefers full sun and requires very good drainage. Shear plants after blooming to encourage re-bloom. Do not prune after August. Do not prune in spring until new growth appears. Do not over water. Great companion for Geranium, Penstemon, Perovskia, and Coreopsis. Makes a wonderfully fragrant edging or low border.
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  • HILLSIDE BLACK BEAUTY SNAKEROOT Quick View
    • HILLSIDE BLACK BEAUTY SNAKEROOT Quick View
    • HILLSIDE BLACK BEAUTY SNAKEROOT
    • Plant in partial shade in moist soil. It is not drought tolerant and will tolerate wet soils. This plant needs morning sun for proper flowering, but avoid hot afternoon sun as the leaves may burn. It will attract butterflies, and is deer and rabbit resistant. The tall flower spikes may need support. This is a good companion to ligularia, hosta,…
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