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  • OLGA MEZZIT RHODODENDRON Quick View
    • OLGA MEZZIT RHODODENDRON Quick View
    • OLGA MEZZIT RHODODENDRON
    • Olga Mezitt is a medium-sized, attractive Rhododendron that is hardy and adaptable. Clusters of magenta-pink flowers bloom in the spring. Glossy, deep green leaves are evergreen, and turn maroon-red in the winter. Olga Mezitt prefers acidic soils that are moist and well-drained. It cannot tolerate wet areas. It also benefits from an area with morning sun and afternoon shade.
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  • ORANGE BLING BLING DIANTHUS Quick View
    • ORANGE BLING BLING DIANTHUS Quick View
    • ORANGE BLING BLING DIANTHUS
    • A taller dianthus than others, this variety features a double bloom held on sturdy stems. Flowers are not only a lovely peachy-orange, but have a spicy clove fragrance. The plant itself forms a neat, compact mound, making it perfect for border edges or rock gardens. Be sure this plant receives plenty of sun and is situated in a well drained…
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  • ORANGEOLA JAPANESE MAPLE Quick View
    • ORANGEOLA JAPANESE MAPLE Quick View
    • ORANGEOLA JAPANESE MAPLE
    • Orangeola is considered to have one of the best weeping/mounding habits of all the laceleaf Japanese Maples. Foliage emerges with a reddish-orange color which turns dark green in summer. A second, orange flush emerges midsummer and contrasts nicely with the older, green foliage. Fall color is a fabulous bright, orange-red. A definite specimen tree, plant in a location sheltered from…
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  • ORCHID LIGHTS AZALEA Quick View
    • ORCHID LIGHTS AZALEA Quick View
    • ORCHID LIGHTS AZALEA
    • This azalea is an excellent choice for areas where a small, flowering shrub is needed. Orchid Lights is the smallest and hardiest of the Northern Lights series. In spring, it is covered with lilac-pink to lavender flowers prior to leafing out. Flowers are produced on old wood, therefore, any pruning should be done immediately after bloom. This is a deciduous…
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  • ORNAMENTAL OREGANO Quick View
    • ORNAMENTAL OREGANO Quick View
    • ORNAMENTAL OREGANO
    • A member of the mint family, Ornamental Oregano may root where it touches the ground. It needs well-drained soils and full sun. Avoid acidic soils. Drought tolerant once established. This is a subshrub, meaning stems may survive mild winters, otherwise, like perennials, it will send new growth from the roots each spring. Tiny, mauve-pink flowers bloom late summer, attracting butterflies…
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  • OSTRICH FERN Quick View
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    • OSTRICH FERN
    • This robust native fern makes an attractive groundcover in a shaded area or wet area. Large, bright green fronds are plume-like and resemble an ostrich feather. Dark brown fertile fronds add winter interest. Ostrich Fern does well underneath trees, and is not drought tolerant.
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