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  • PAGODA DOGWOOD Quick View
    • PAGODA DOGWOOD Quick View
    • PAGODA DOGWOOD
    • Our native Pagoda Dogwood has a unique tiered growth pattern similar to a Japanese pagoda. Clusters of creamy-white flowers bloom in late spring. Glossy green leaves turn attractive shades of red and purple in the fall. Flowers develop into blue fruits that are attached to bright red stalks. These fruits are sought out by birds in late summer-early fall. Pagoda…
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  • PALACE PURPLE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • PALACE PURPLE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • PALACE PURPLE CORAL BELLS
    • Plant in part shade to shade in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Divide every three years. The white flowers are held on 20-inch red-black stems. A very good, tough, dependable coralbell to add alone or in groups to the garden or borde. It works well with lamium, astilbe, and hosta. Use as a groundcover in larger areas, or under trees. Deer…
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  • PALISADE AMERICAN HORNBEAM Quick View
    • PALISADE AMERICAN HORNBEAM Quick View
    • PALISADE AMERICAN HORNBEAM
    • An improvement of our native American Hornbeam, Palisade has an upright, oval growth habit that gives this small tree a stately appearance. A slow-growing tree, it is ideal for smaller yards, parks, and parkways. Green leaves turn shades of red, orange, and yellow in the fall. Catkins produce nutlets that persist into the winter. Palisade prefers full sun to part…
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  • PANDORA’S BOX HOSTA Quick View
    • PANDORA’S BOX HOSTA Quick View
    • PANDORA’S BOX HOSTA
    • A great miniature hosta for the collector's garden, 'Pandora's Box' sports crisp white centers and blue-green margins. Each plant creates a tidy mound with lightly cupped leaves. Flowers spikes are held high above the foliage. Flowers are a good violet color and are loved by hummingbirds. Plant in a shaded area where soil can be kept evenly moist.
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  • PAPERBARK MAPLE Quick View
    • PAPERBARK MAPLE Quick View
    • PAPERBARK MAPLE
    • Paperbark Maple is a very attractive small tree. Compound leaves turn shades of red and orange in the fall. It is one of the last maples to develop fall color and may hold its leaves into winter. Highly ornamental bark is cinnamon to reddish-brown and is exfoliating. This tree is adaptable to both acidic and alkaline soils, but it not…
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  • PARDON ME DAYLILY Quick View
    • PARDON ME DAYLILY Quick View
    • PARDON ME DAYLILY
    • Plant in sun in rich, moist, well-drained soil. Daylilies form large clumps, and can be divided in spring or fall as needed. The cranberry flowers of Pardon Me have a yellow-green throat, are fragrant, and are held on leafless scapes above the foliage. Remove spent flowers for the best reblooming. Daylilies can be used as an effective groundcover to choke…
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  • PARDON MY LAVENDER BEE BALM Quick View
    • PARDON MY LAVENDER BEE BALM Quick View
    • PARDON MY LAVENDER BEE BALM
    • Although petite, this bee balm creates an amazing summer show with full-sized, lavender-pink flowers measuring up to 3" in diameter. This plant can handle a bit of shade, but absolutely thrives in sunny locations. Its compact size and bushy, well-branched form make it a perfect choice to fill the front of a border. A mildew resistant variety, it is loved…
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  • PARDON MY PURPLE BEE BALM Quick View
    • PARDON MY PURPLE BEE BALM Quick View
    • PARDON MY PURPLE BEE BALM
    • Midsummer blooms of fuchsia-purple flowers sit atop the fragrant, deep green foliage of this compact monarda selection. The perfect plant for a bright punch at the front of a border or along a walkway, this dwarf variety offers bushy form and large flowers. Flowers are loved by butterflies, hummingbirds, and other pollinators. Excellent mildew resistance unlike older monarda varieties. Thrives…
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  • PARKWAY NORWAY MAPLE Quick View
    • PARKWAY NORWAY MAPLE Quick View
    • PARKWAY NORWAY MAPLE
    • Parkway Norway Maple has a pyramidal growth form when young, and matures to an upright-oval form. Large, deep green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Parkway has a moderate growth rate and good branching. A good shade tree for parkways and larger yards.
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  • PASSION DIANTHUS Quick View
    • PASSION DIANTHUS Quick View
    • PASSION DIANTHUS
    • Dianthus are a staple in the cottage garden with their spicy fragrance, long season of bloom, and grass-like foliage. 'Passion' features vibrant red flowers which resemble petite roses. A lovely border edge or rock garden perennial, use this plant in sunny areas where soils are well-drained. A light shearing after initial bloom will keep this plant tidy through the season.
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  • PATRIOT HOSTA Quick View
    • PATRIOT HOSTA Quick View
    • PATRIOT HOSTA
    • Plant in part shade to shade in rich, well drained soil. Excellent for dry shade under trees. The leaves are green with bold, bright white margins. This is a sport of 'Francee' with a wider, pure white margin. The flower is lavender and blooms in July. Cut off discolored leaves and spent flowers. Cut back after first frost. A great…
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  • PAULA FAY PEONY Quick View
    • PAULA FAY PEONY Quick View
    • PAULA FAY PEONY
    • Plant in full sun in well-drained soil. Plant in compost to enrich soil and mulch to conserve moisture. Peonies are wonderful cut flowers for bouquets. Foliage remains attractive through summer. Cut stems down in the fall after the first frost. Peonies are a long lived plant and do not like to be disturbed.
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