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  • MADAME GALEN TRUMPET CREEPER Quick View
    • MADAME GALEN TRUMPET CREEPER Quick View
    • MADAME GALEN TRUMPET CREEPER
    • Flowers best in full sun but will handle light shade. A great climber that will cover walls and fences, or sprawl over retaining walls. It can also serve as a groundcover. Provide sturdy support if growing on a trellis. It flowers on new wood so early spring pruning is fine. Lovely flowers in June and August are very showy set…
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  • MAESTRO SEDUM Quick View
    • MAESTRO SEDUM Quick View
    • MAESTRO SEDUM
    • This sedum has a strong upright form all season long, even when it's in full bloom. It forms a sturdy clump of blue-green which gradually turns purple as the season progresses. Large 5-7" flowerheads bear bright red buds which open to light pink blossoms held on bright purple stems in late summer.
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  • MAGNUS PURPLE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • MAGNUS PURPLE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • MAGNUS PURPLE CONEFLOWER
    • Plant in full sun. Prefers moist, well drained soil, but will tolerate drought and high pH when established. 'Magnus' will bloom from July to September with flowers that are daisy-like with drooping rays. Deadhead to keep plants looking good and to encourage a rebloom. Do not over fertilize as it will cause leggy plants. Use in groupings and masses in…
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  • MAGYAR GINKGO Quick View
    • MAGYAR GINKGO Quick View
    • MAGYAR GINKGO
    • Highly tolerant of urban environments, Magyar Gingko is a slow-growing tree that develops an upright growth form when mature. Leathery green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall. Magyar is a male cultivar, so it will not produce fruit. Adaptable and hardy, this beautiful tree is great for streets and the lawn.
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  • MAIDEN GRASS Quick View
    • MAIDEN GRASS Quick View
    • MAIDEN GRASS
    • Maiden Grass is a popular and adaptable ornamental grass that grows in a wide variety of soil conditions in full sun once established. It has an upright growth habit. Medium-green leaves have a silvery midrib, and turn tan in the fall. Silvery, plume-like flowerheads bloom in the fall, and add winter interest to the landscape. Maiden Grass is a great…
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  • MAIDENHAIR FERN Quick View
    • MAIDENHAIR FERN Quick View
    • MAIDENHAIR FERN
    • This unique native fern has palmate fronds that are bright green, and held on wiry, black stems. Spreads slowly to form a clump. Maidenhair Fern prefers partial to light shade and moist, well-drained soil sonditions. It is an attractive and adaptable fern to add to any shade garden.
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  • MAJOR WHEELER HONEYSUCKLE VINE Quick View
    • MAJOR WHEELER HONEYSUCKLE VINE Quick View
    • MAJOR WHEELER HONEYSUCKLE VINE
    • This attractive honeysuckle vine is very hardy and disease resistant once established. Clusters of bright red flowers begin blooming in the spring, and continue blooming until frost. These flowers are attractive to hummingbirds. Deep green leaves are semi-evergreen. Major Wheeler prefers full sun to part shade, and moist well-drained soil conditions. It is an attractive vine to have in a…
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  • MANDARIN HONEYSUCKLE VINE Quick View
    • MANDARIN HONEYSUCKLE VINE Quick View
    • MANDARIN HONEYSUCKLE VINE
    • Mandarin is an attractive and vigorous vine that is low maintenance once established. Clusters of orange, tube-shaped flowers have yellow-orange inner petals, and bloom from May-October. These flowers are a magnet for hummingbirds. Blue-green leaves emerge purple, and have no significant fall color. Mandarin produces more flowers in full sun, and needs good air circulation to avoid foliar diseases. It…
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  • MARIACHI FUEGO SNEEZEWEED Quick View
    • MARIACHI FUEGO SNEEZEWEED Quick View
    • MARIACHI FUEGO SNEEZEWEED
    • Brighten up the front of a border with this compact, bushy sneezeweed. Daisy-like flowers feature orange petals with a gold halo surrounding a brown cone. Blooms throughout the summer in a sunny bed with average to moist, well-drained soil. Deadhead to encourage a longer bloom season. Makes an excellent cut flower.
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  • MARMO FREEMAN MAPLE Quick View
    • MARMO FREEMAN MAPLE Quick View
    • MARMO FREEMAN MAPLE
    • Marmo is an attractive and fast-growing Freeman Maple cultivar that develops an oval to vase-shaped crown when mature. It was developed at the Morton Arboretum, so it is well adapted to the local climate. Deep green leaves have silvery undersides, and turn red to yellow in the fall. This tree is a male cultivar, so it will not produce seeds.…
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  • MARSH BLAZING STAR Quick View
    • MARSH BLAZING STAR Quick View
    • MARSH BLAZING STAR
    • Marsh Blazing Star is an Illinois native to moist prairies and wetlands. Spikes of pink-purple flowerheads bloom from the top-down. These flowers are attractive to butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees. Seedheads fluff up, and are a good food source for Goldfinches and other birds. Marsh Blazing Star can tolerate drought and clay soils once established, and is low-maintenance. Use with Cardinal…
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  • MATRONA STONECROP Quick View
    • MATRONA STONECROP Quick View
    • MATRONA STONECROP
    • This award-winning sedum boasts attractive, gray-green leaves edged in rosey tones. Umbrella-shaped flowerheads of starry, pale-pink flowers bloom late in the summer into early fall. Flowers can be left standing for winter interest or used in dried flower arrangements. Prefers average to dry, well-drained soils. Plants can be kept more compact by pinching back new growth by one third when…
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