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  • JACK FROST BRUNNERA Quick View
    • JACK FROST BRUNNERA Quick View
    • JACK FROST BRUNNERA
    • Plant in shade or morning sun in rich, moist, not soggy, well-drained soil in a protected spot. Not drought tolerant. This is a tough groundcover that reblooms sporadically during the summer. The heart-shaped leaves are a frosty silver overlay with light green variations. Groups of Jack Frost brighten the shade garden.
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  • JACK PEAR Quick View
    • JACK PEAR Quick View
    • JACK PEAR
    • This ornamental pear is the perfect tree for tight spaces. Its very dense, narrow canopy will provide an excellent screen with seasonal interest. Spring blooms of white clusters appear before the leaves. Fall color can be golden with hues of red to full red. A few, small fruits may be produced late in the summer. This tree is a vigorous…
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  • JACKMAN CLEMATIS Quick View
    • JACKMAN CLEMATIS Quick View
    • JACKMAN CLEMATIS
    • Plant in full sun to partial shade with root system in rich, cool, moist, well drained soil. Avoid hard pruning until plant is well established, then you may prune hard in late winter or early spring. The bloom is from the current season's growth. The deep purple flowers are 5" to 6" across, and cover the vine with blooms. Attracts…
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  • JACKMAN’S SUPERB CLEMATIS Quick View
    • JACKMAN’S SUPERB CLEMATIS Quick View
    • JACKMAN’S SUPERB CLEMATIS
    • This clematis is considered an improved version of the beloved Jackman with more profuse blooming, and slightly larger flowers. Flowers are deep purple/violet and bloom on new growth, therefore, a hard pruning in late winter is recommended. As with all clematis, they are best sited where stems are in full sun, but roots can stay cool, moist and shaded. So,…
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  • JACOB CLINE BEE BALM Quick View
    • JACOB CLINE BEE BALM Quick View
    • JACOB CLINE BEE BALM
    • This fast growing native perennial explodes with whorls of scarlet red, tubular flowers in mid-summer. You can extend the bloom season by dead-heading spent flowers. Butterflies and hummingbirds are drawn to the bold blooms. The foliage of this bee balm has great mildew resistance and is very fragrant. This plant is fast growing in consistently moist, well-drained soils, but will…
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  • JACOB’S LADDER Quick View
    • JACOB’S LADDER Quick View
    • JACOB’S LADDER
    • Jacob's Ladder is an Illinois native wildflower that is found in a variety of woodlands. Clusters of light blue flowers bloom in April-May, and are attractive to bees. Compound leaves are medium-green and turn yellow in the fall. It can be grown in full sun, but it will need adequate moisture. It can tolerate clay soils once established. Jacob's Ladder…
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  • JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO Quick View
    • JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO Quick View
    • JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO
    • An introduction from New Zealand, which is becoming quite popular in the United States, Jade Butterflies is a dwarf, vase-shaped gingko. Clumps of unusual, dark green leaves, resembling butterfly wings, turn brilliant yellow in fall. Its slow growing, dense habit makes it a great specimen plant in the landscape. This plant does not produce fruit.
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  • JANE MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • JANE MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • JANE MAGNOLIA
    • Jane is a member of the 'Little Girl' series of hybrid magnolias developed at the U.S. National Arboretum. Bred for late bloom to avoid hazards of late frost. Flowers are deep pink with white interiors, and may sporadically rebloom in mid-summer. Jane is a very attractive tree that can be used as a specimen or in groupings.
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  • JAPANESE BLOOD GRASS Quick View
    • JAPANESE BLOOD GRASS Quick View
    • JAPANESE BLOOD GRASS
    • This ornamental grass emerges late in the spring. Leaves are bright green with red tips, and the red color increases in the fall. This grass seldom flowers in our area, and the flowers do not have any ornamental value. Japanese Blood grass perfers moist, well-drained soil in full sun. It is an attractive grass when planted in groupings.
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  • JAPANESE PAINTED FERN Quick View
    • JAPANESE PAINTED FERN Quick View
    • JAPANESE PAINTED FERN
    • Japanese Painted Fern is an attractive fern that is a great addition to a shade garden. Fronds are silvery-green with maroon tones, and hold their color well throughout the growing season. It is not drought tolerant, and prefers moist, slightly-acidic soil conditions. Plant in groups with other shade-loving perennials for a dramatic look.
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  • JAPANESE TASSEL FERN Quick View
    • JAPANESE TASSEL FERN Quick View
    • JAPANESE TASSEL FERN
    • Japanese Tassel Fern is a hardy and adaptable fern that does well in a shaded area. Deep green fronds are evergreen throughout the year. Japanese Tassel Fern can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions once established.
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  • JAPANESE TREE LILAC Quick View
    • JAPANESE TREE LILAC Quick View
    • JAPANESE TREE LILAC
    • Japanese Tree Lilac is very hardy and adaptable small tree. Deep green leaves turn purple-yellow in the fall. Plumes of fragrant white flowers bloom in June-July. Bark is cherry-like. Trouble-free once established, Japanese Tree Lilac makes a great small tree for the street or yard.
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