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  • LADY IN RED FERN Quick View
    • LADY IN RED FERN Quick View
    • LADY IN RED FERN
    • Lacy, light green foliage is held on vividly-contrasting red-violet stems. Combine with bold-leaved plants in the shade or woodland garden such as Hostas and colored-leaved Heucheras.
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  • LADYS MANTLE Quick View
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    • LADYS MANTLE
    • Lady's Mantle grows best in soil that is rich and moist, but not soggy. Plant in shade to part shade. Can handle sunnier locations if moisture is adequate. It prefers afternoon shade in hot climates. This is a great front-of-the-border plant, and makes an easy-to-grow evergreen groundcover when massed. The leaves are velvety, and water droplets glisten on them. The…
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  • LAMBS EAR Quick View
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    • LAMBS EAR
    • Plant in full sun in moderately moist, well-drained soil. Drought tolerant. Cut back in spring and divide every few years. Avoid overhead watering if possible, and remove rotted or declining leaves. This plant begs to be touched! The wooly leaves are irresistible. Big Ears can be used as a groundcover, border, or rock garden plant, and will naturalize. Good with…
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  • LANCASTRIENSE GERANIUM Quick View
    • LANCASTRIENSE GERANIUM Quick View
    • LANCASTRIENSE GERANIUM
    • Plant in sun to partial shade in moist, well-drained soil. Not drought tolerant. Cut down to new growth after flowering, and cut back in the spring. The heaviest blooming is May to June, with lighter reblooms during the summer. Plant in groupings or in the border. Excellent plant for edgings, rock gardens, and in containers. A delicate looking plant that…
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  • LARINEM PARK STONECROP Quick View
    • LARINEM PARK STONECROP Quick View
    • LARINEM PARK STONECROP
    • This tough, little sedum creates a low, dense carpet of small, rounded green leaves. By late spring/early summer, this plant is an explosion of starry white flower clusters. Larinem Park will tolerate a bit more shade than most sedums and can stand up to light foot traffic. It is a fast grower and does well in lean, dry soils once…
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  • LATE BLOOMING LILAC Quick View
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    • LATE BLOOMING LILAC
    • True to its name, Late-blooming Lilac is the last of the shrub lilacs to flower. Large clusters of light purple, fragrant flowers bloom in late May-early June. Deep green leaves turn golden-yellow in the fall. Late-blooming Lilac is a very hardy and adaptable shrub for our climate, and can tolerate a wide variety of soil conditions (except wet areas) once…
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  • LAURA GARDEN PHLOX Quick View
    • LAURA GARDEN PHLOX Quick View
    • LAURA GARDEN PHLOX
    • Plant in full sun in moderately moist, well-drained soil. Mildew resistant variety, but provide good air circulation and avoid overhead watering. Bloom time is July through August and may persist into September. Deadheading will encourge re-bloom. The stiff upright stems seldom need staking. Laura is a good cut flower. Cut any unattractive foliage back to promote new growth. Plant in…
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  • LAVA LAMP CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • LAVA LAMP CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • LAVA LAMP CORAL BELLS
    • This robust grower forms large, coppery-purple leaves that are bright copper-orange in the spring. Small, creamy-white flowers bloom on purple scapes in summer. Lava Lamp prefer moist, well-drained soils in partial shade. It has good color retention, and can tolerate heat and humidity.
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  • LAVENDER TWIST WEEPING REDBUD Quick View
    • LAVENDER TWIST WEEPING REDBUD Quick View
    • LAVENDER TWIST WEEPING REDBUD
    • Lavender Twist is a weeping form of our native Redbud. Clusters of lavender-pink flowers cover the tree in spring before the leaves emerge. Heart-shaped leaves turn yellow in the fall. Bark has a cinnamon color on mature specimens. It enjoys partial shade and some wind protection. Lavender Twist is a unique small tree that can be used as a specimen…
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  • LEAPFROG FOAMY BELLS Quick View
    • LEAPFROG FOAMY BELLS Quick View
    • LEAPFROG FOAMY BELLS
    • Leapfrog is a new Heucherella cultivar that develops a low, spreading habit. Palmate leaves are bright chartreuse with burgundy veinage. This color deepens in the summer, but holds the color well during the heat of the summer months. Leaves also develop tones of rose and apricot in the fall and winter months. Spikes of white, bottlebrush-like flowers bloom in the…
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  • LEATHERWOOD FERN Quick View
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    • LEATHERWOOD FERN
    • The leathery leaves of this fern make it a beautiful addition to the woodland garden and can be used as a lovely and easy to maintain groundcover. Leatherwood Fern forms a tidy clump that will not spread and is very tolerant of dry shade conditions once established.
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  • LEONARD MESSEL MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • LEONARD MESSEL MAGNOLIA Quick View
    • LEONARD MESSEL MAGNOLIA
    • Leonard Messel is an attractive magnolia with a rounded, open habit. Fragrant, pink flowers have purple stripes in the center of the petals, and bloom in the spring before the leaves emerge. Medium-green leaves turn bronze in the fall. Leonard Messel is a great small tree to use as a specimen or in groupings. Avoid planting in wet or compact…
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