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  • RAINBOW MARCELLA CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • RAINBOW MARCELLA CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • RAINBOW MARCELLA CONEFLOWER
    • Part of the Butterfly series of coneflowers, Rainbow Marcella adds a show of color to the perennial garden. Tangerine-orange blooms begin midsummer and mature to bright, raspberry pink. They finish in a soft pink where they hold their color until frost. Cones attract pollinators and if seed heads are left to stand through winter, will attract feeding birds.
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  • RAINBOW SENSATION WEIGELA Quick View
    • RAINBOW SENSATION WEIGELA Quick View
    • RAINBOW SENSATION WEIGELA
    • This compact Weigela has a mounded growth habit. Clusters of light pink, tube-shaped flowers bloom in late spring, and are attractive to hummingbirds. There may be a second bloom in the fall. Leaves are variegated green with yellow edges, and have no significant fall color. Rainbow Sensation Weigela prefers full sun conditions for best foliage color, and moist, well-drained soils.…
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  • RALPH SHUGERT PERIWINKLE Quick View
    • RALPH SHUGERT PERIWINKLE Quick View
    • RALPH SHUGERT PERIWINKLE
    • Ralph Shugert is a variegated Vinca cultivar that makes a great groundcover in a shaded area and underneath trees. Periwinkle-blue flowers bloom in the spring, and sporadically throughout the rest of the growing season. Glossy evergreen leaves have white edges. Ralph Shugert is low-maintenance once established, and makes a great addition to brighten a shady area.
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  • RAPIDO BLUE BELLFLOWER Quick View
    • RAPIDO BLUE BELLFLOWER Quick View
    • RAPIDO BLUE BELLFLOWER
    • A new, improved Campanula carpatica, Rapido Blue exhibits better vigor and uniformity. Plants form a low cushion of small green leaves. First flush of bloom will completely cover the plant with open, blue, bell shaped flowers. Blooms will continue late into the season if regular deadheading is provided. A great plant for rock gardens, border edges and container plantings.
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  • RAPIDO WHITE BELLFLOWER Quick View
    • RAPIDO WHITE BELLFLOWER Quick View
    • RAPIDO WHITE BELLFLOWER
    • A new, improved Campanula carpatica, Rapido White exhibits better vigor and uniformity. Plants form a low cushion of small green leaves. First flush of bloom will completely cover the plant with open, white, bell shaped flowers. Blooms will continue late into the season if regular deadheading is provided. A great plant for rock gardens, border edges and container plantings.
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  • RASPBERRY BOYNE Quick View
    • RASPBERRY BOYNE Quick View
    • RASPBERRY BOYNE
    • An early producer bearing medium-sized, deep red berries in July. This raspberry produces an abundance of deliciously sweet berries on sturdy, upright canes that do not need trellising. Summer-bearing, red raspberries, like Boyne, produce fruit on previous year's canes. Cut down old canes after fruit is harvested, leaving the new, current season canes to produce fruit the next year.
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  • RASPBERRY HERITAGE Quick View
    • RASPBERRY HERITAGE Quick View
    • RASPBERRY HERITAGE
    • Heritage produces crops of large, sweet, dark red berries that are perfect for eating fresh, canning, freezing, or making jams and jellies. Self-supporting, upright canes will grow in poor soils, but need a well-drained site. Fruit begins to ripen in July and continues through September.
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  • RASPBERRY LOGAN Quick View
    • RASPBERRY LOGAN Quick View
    • RASPBERRY LOGAN
    • Logan is a Black Raspberry variety, not a Blackberry. The difference is that a black raspberry will come off its core when picked, so it will be hollow in the center. The fruit is intense, a bit tart, small and sturdier than most raspberries, making it excellent for baking, but delicious eaten fresh-picked. Harvest midsummer. Raspberries fruit on one year-old…
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  • RASPBERRY SHORTCAKE RASPBERRY Quick View
    • RASPBERRY SHORTCAKE RASPBERRY Quick View
    • RASPBERRY SHORTCAKE RASPBERRY
    • Raspberry Shortcake is a compact, dwarf raspberry variety, therefore, no staking or trellising is necessary. This plant will produce an abundance of new canes each spring, but will fruit on the previous year's canes. Super-sweet fruit ripens midsummer. Although the plant is dwarf, the berries are full-sized and very nutritious. Plant in full sun with moist, not wet, well-drained soil.
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  • RASPBERRY SPLASH LUNGWORT Quick View
    • RASPBERRY SPLASH LUNGWORT Quick View
    • RASPBERRY SPLASH LUNGWORT
    • Raspberry Splash is a popular Lungwort cultivar which has attractive raspberry flowers that fade to blue. These flowers bloom in the spring. Leaves are deep green with silver blotches, and add interest to the shade garden. Raspberry Splash Lungwort prefers partial to full shade, and moist soil conditions. This deer-resistant plant is low maintenance once established.
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  • RASPBERRY SWIRL DIANTHUS Quick View
    • RASPBERRY SWIRL DIANTHUS Quick View
    • RASPBERRY SWIRL DIANTHUS
    • Prefers full sun in moist, well-drained soil. Dianthus will tolerate short periods of drought, but foliage and flowers will not be as lush if grown in hot, dry areas. Water regularly during dry spells or when temperatures are high. Divide in early spring every few years. The fragrance is pleasingly spicy and the foliage stays attractive. Flowering is heaviest in…
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  • RASPBERRY TRUFFLE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • RASPBERRY TRUFFLE CONEFLOWER Quick View
    • RASPBERRY TRUFFLE CONEFLOWER
    • Plant in full sun. Very hardy, prefers moderately moist, well-drained soil, but will tolerate drought and high pH when established. This version is more compact with chocolate colored stems that are sturdy enough to firmly elevate bloom above the garden plantings.
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