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  • ICE DANCE VARIEGATED JAPANESE SEDGE Quick View
    • ICE DANCE VARIEGATED JAPANESE SEDGE Quick View
    • ICE DANCE VARIEGATED JAPANESE SEDGE
    • Ice Dance Japanese Sedge is an attractive sedge for the shade garden. Deep green semi-evergreen leaves have white variegation on the edges. It will slowly spread over time to make a groundcover. Ice Dance prefers moist soils, and it is not drought tolerant. It is a great addition to any shade garden.
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  • ICE FOLLIES LENTEN ROSE Quick View
    • ICE FOLLIES LENTEN ROSE Quick View
    • ICE FOLLIES LENTEN ROSE
    • This hellebore variety has large, 3-inch blooms of cream to light yellow petals covered with burgundy flecks. Blooms begin in late winter and last several weeks. Hellebores are perfect for naturalizing in the woodland garden as their extensive root system will spread as far as allowed. These plants need winter sun, but shade in the summer, so the best planting…
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  • IMMORTALITY BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • IMMORTALITY BEARDED IRIS Quick View
    • IMMORTALITY BEARDED IRIS
    • One of the more popular varieties of bearded iris, Immortality is known for bright white flowers that bloom in late spring and again in late summer. The large, showy white flowers with pale yellow beards are a show-stopper in the garden. Fragrant! Deer and rabbit resistant.
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  • INCREDIBALL HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • INCREDIBALL HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • INCREDIBALL HYDRANGEA
    • Incrediball is an improved cultivar of the Annabelle Hydrangea. Bright white flowerheads are larger than on the Annabelle, and the stems are sturdy enough to hold the flowers so they will not get weighted down by rain. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Incrediball needs adequate moisture in full sun. It is not drought tolerant. It grows best in…
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  • INVINCIBELLE SPIRIT II HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • INVINCIBELLE SPIRIT II HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • INVINCIBELLE SPIRIT II HYDRANGEA
    • Invincibelle is a pink-flowered form of Annabelle Hydrangea. Large flowerheads of bright pink flowers bloom in the summer. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Spent flowerheads add winter interest to the landscape. Invincibelle flowers on new wood, and can be cut back in late winter or early spring. It needs adequate moisture in full sun. It is not drought…
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  • INVINCIBELLE WEE WHITE HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • INVINCIBELLE WEE WHITE HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • INVINCIBELLE WEE WHITE HYDRANGEA
    • Wee White is a dwarf form of the beloved Annabelle hydrangea. Its tidy, mounded habit and small size makes it great for the front of the garden. Showy, white mophead flowers begin blooming in early summer on new wood and continue to the end of the season. Blooms may change to shades of green and pink as they age. Provide…
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  • IRISH MOSS Quick View
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    • IRISH MOSS
    • Prefers light to moderate shade and moist, well drained soil but will tolerate sandy well drained soils. Not drought tolerant, it must be watered frequently in hot, dry weather. Use between stepping stones or as a small scale groundcover. It will tolerate light foot traffic. Used in containers, Irish Moss adds color and a 'delicate' texture. It attracts butterflies and…
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  • IRON BUTTERFLY IRONWEED Quick View
    • IRON BUTTERFLY IRONWEED Quick View
    • IRON BUTTERFLY IRONWEED
    • Ironweed provides a soft texture in the sunny garden. Fine, upright foliage through the summer works well in front of a hedge or mixed in the perennial border. Late summer clusters of small, fluffy purple flowers sit atop the foliage and bring pollinators to your landscape. This is a tough plant that handles hot, dry locations and can withstand occasional…
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  • IRONWOOD Quick View
    • IRONWOOD Quick View
    • IRONWOOD
    • Ironwood, or Hop Hornbeam, is a native understory tree to northern Illinois. It develops a pyramidal, rounded crown when mature. Medium-green leaves turn golden-yellow in the fall. Catkins flower in early spring. Cone-like fruits resemble hops, hence the other common name. Bark has a shaggy appearence. Ironwood is a very adaptable small tree, but prefers cool, moist, well-drained, slightly acidic…
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  • IROQUOIS BEAUTY BLACK CHOKEBERRY Quick View
    • IROQUOIS BEAUTY BLACK CHOKEBERRY Quick View
    • IROQUOIS BEAUTY BLACK CHOKEBERRY
    • Iroquois Beauty is a compact form of our native Black Chokeberry. Clusters of white flowers bloom in late spring. Glossy green leaves turn bright red-orange in the fall. Flowers develop into black fruits that are a good winter food source for birds. Tolerant of clay soils, drought, and wet soils once established, Iroquois Beauty is a great native shrub for…
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  • IVORY HALO VARIEGATED DOGWOOD Quick View
    • IVORY HALO VARIEGATED DOGWOOD Quick View
    • IVORY HALO VARIEGATED DOGWOOD
    • This variegated cultivar of Redtwig Dogwood does best in moist soil, and cannot tolerate drought. Leaves are variegated green and white, and turn red in the fall. Clusters of white flowers bloom in mid to late spring, and develop into white berries. Young stems are bright red, and are great for winter interest. Ivory Halo works great in groupings or…
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  • IVORY PRINCE LENTEN ROSE Quick View
    • IVORY PRINCE LENTEN ROSE Quick View
    • IVORY PRINCE LENTEN ROSE
    • Ivory Prince provides an early start to the gardening season with a late winter show of burgundy-pink flower buds which open creamy white. As they age, flowers will take on rose and chartreuse tones. Attractive blue-green leaves have mottled, silver veining and are semi-evergreen. Cut back flower stems after bloom to promote new foliage growth. Older leaves from the previous…
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