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  • NANNYBERRY VIBURNUM Quick View
    • NANNYBERRY VIBURNUM Quick View
    • NANNYBERRY VIBURNUM
    • Nannyberry is a northern Illinois native viburnum that makes a great specimen, natural hedge, or a large border. Clusters of white flowers bloom in mid-spring. Glossy, deep green leaves turn attractive shades of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Flowers develop into purple-blue fruits that are an important food source for birds in the fall and winter. A very…
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  • NARROW CRESTED FERN Quick View
    • NARROW CRESTED FERN Quick View
    • NARROW CRESTED FERN
    • The fronds of this fern unfurl a golden green and the plant retains a fresh bright appearance throughout the summer months. Performs best in a cool, moist, lightly shaded site, but will handle more sun if given plenty of moisture. This fern is tolerant of dry shade once established.
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  • NARROW LEAF BLUESTAR Quick View
    • NARROW LEAF BLUESTAR Quick View
    • NARROW LEAF BLUESTAR
    • Plant in sun in moist, average or dry soil. This is sometimes called 'Arkansas Blue Star' because of its discovery in Arkansas, and its star-shaped flowers that bloom May to June. (Flowers last longer when grown with afternoon shade.) It has wonderful texture, the narrowest and laciest foliage of the amsonias. Use amsonia in rock gardens, borders, and woodland settings.…
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  • NEON SEDUM Quick View
    • NEON SEDUM Quick View
    • NEON SEDUM
    • Plant in full sun in well-drained to dry soil. It does not tolerate wet soils. Drought tolerant. The bright, bubble-gum pink flower heads are quite large and are a real standout in the garden. Cut back if appearance gets shaggy, and new growth will emerge, or wait to cut back until spring. Do not cut back in fall as the…
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  • NEON STAR DIANTHUS Quick View
    • NEON STAR DIANTHUS Quick View
    • NEON STAR DIANTHUS
    • Prefers full sun in moist, loose, well-drained soil. pH tolerant. Flowering will continue all summer, but the heaviest flowering is in May and June. This plant is ideal for the front of a sunny border. The color of the flowers and foliage is a plus, no matter how you use Neon Star. Requires low maintenance and moderate moisture. Deer resistant.
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  • NEW BRADFORD PEAR Quick View
    • NEW BRADFORD PEAR Quick View
    • NEW BRADFORD PEAR
    • New Bradford Pear develops an upright, pyramidal growth form, and has a stronger branching characteristic than other Bradford Pear cultivars. This makes the tree more resistant to wind damage. Clusters of white flowers bloom profusely in the spring. Glossy, deep green leaves turn red-purple in the fall. It makes a good street or lawn tree.
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  • NEW DIMENSION ROSE SAGE Quick View
    • NEW DIMENSION ROSE SAGE Quick View
    • NEW DIMENSION ROSE SAGE
    • New Dimension is a series of compact salvias with more intense color and longer bloom period. This salvia features deep, rose-pink flower spikes that bloom in late spring and continue through mid-summer. Flowers are great for attracting pollinators to your yard. Once the first flush of flower is finished, cut the plants back to encourage fresh foliage and a second…
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  • NEWPORT PLUM Quick View
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    • NEWPORT PLUM
    • Newport Plum is an attractive small tree for any size yard. White to pale pink, fragrant flowers bloom in the spring. Leaves emerge maroon red and mature to deep maroon. In fall, leaves becomes a slightly deeper red-purple. It can be used as a specimen or in groupings.
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  • NIGRA ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • NIGRA ARBORVITAE Quick View
    • NIGRA ARBORVITAE
    • Arborvitaes are popular evergreens to use as hedges and screenings. Nigra is a broad, pyramidal cultivar of our native arborvitae (Northern White Cedar). Fan-like needles are deep green, and have good color retention throughout the year. It is a hardy and adaptable conifer once established. Avoid planting in shaded areas and wet sites. Nigra Arborvitae makes an attractive hedge or…
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  • NISHIKI WILLOW Quick View
    • NISHIKI WILLOW Quick View
    • NISHIKI WILLOW
    • Nishiki Willow has attractive foliage and makes a great specimen shrub or can be used in groupings. Leaves emerge pink and white, and add green tones as they mature. Leaves keep their color into the fall. A fast-growing and adaptable shrub, it requires moist soils. Regular pruning and trimming is needed to keep variegated foliage.
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  • NISHIKI WILLOW (STANDARD) Quick View
    • NISHIKI WILLOW (STANDARD) Quick View
    • NISHIKI WILLOW (STANDARD)
    • Nishiki Willow has attractive foliage and the standard makes a great specimen. Leaves emerge pink and white, and add green tones as they mature. Leaves keep their color into the fall. A fast-growing and adaptable shrub, it requires moist soils. Regular pruning and trimming is needed to keep variegated foliage.
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  • NODDING WILD ONION Quick View
    • NODDING WILD ONION Quick View
    • NODDING WILD ONION
    • Nodding Onion is native to prairies and open woodlands in Illinois. Attractive nodding flower heads of pink flowers bloom July-September, and are a good nectar source for bees and butterflies. Narrow, waxy leaves are bright green. Spent flower heads add winter interest. Very drought-tolerant once established, it is a low-maintenance plant that can tolerate clay and poor soils. Its clump-forming…
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