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  • TAMUKEYAMA JAPANESE MAPLE Quick View
    • TAMUKEYAMA JAPANESE MAPLE Quick View
    • TAMUKEYAMA JAPANESE MAPLE
    • Tamukeyama has an attractive cascading growth habit. It requires moist, organic, well drained soil and bright or dappled shade. Highly dissected, bright maroon leaves keep their color through the growing season. Leaves turn bright red in the fall. One of the most cold-tolerant dissected varieties available. Tamukeyama needs a protected location from wind, heat, and afternoon sun.
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  • TARA PRAIRIE DROPSEED Quick View
    • TARA PRAIRIE DROPSEED Quick View
    • TARA PRAIRIE DROPSEED
    • Tara is a dwarf cultivar of our native Prairie Dropseed. It's growth pattern is more upright and vase-shaped than the mounding habit of the species. Medium-green foliage turns golden-orange in the fall. Airy flowerheads are tan, and the seeds are a good winter food source for birds. Tara is a hardy and adaptable grass that can tolerate drought and clay…
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  • TARDIVA HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • TARDIVA HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • TARDIVA HYDRANGEA
    • Tardiva is a large Panicled Hydrangea cultivar that has a late flowering period. Large conical clusters of white flowers bloom in late summer-early fall. Medium-green leaves have no significant fall color. A rapid-growing and robust hydrangea, it makes a great specimen or as a border. It is low-maintenance once established.
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  • TEXAS SCARLET QUINCE Quick View
    • TEXAS SCARLET QUINCE Quick View
    • TEXAS SCARLET QUINCE
    • Texas Scarlet Quince is a dense-rounded shrub that makes a great low border or can be used in groupings. It is a tough and adaptable shrub that can tolerate dry soils, clay soils, and urban pollution once established. Clusters of bright red flowers bloom in April. Glossy, deep green leaves turn yellow in the fall. A good shrub that adds…
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  • THORNDALE IVY Quick View
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    • THORNDALE IVY
    • Thorndale Ivy is an attractive groundcover that performs well in a shaded area. Glossy, deep green palmate leaves are evergreen. Stems have aerial rootlets that can help the Ivy cling to walls and trees. Thorndale Ivy performs best with protection from the wind. It is a hardy and adaptable groundcover that is low-maintenance once established.
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  • THORNLESS COCKSPUR HAWTHORN Quick View
    • THORNLESS COCKSPUR HAWTHORN Quick View
    • THORNLESS COCKSPUR HAWTHORN
    • This is a thornless cultivar of our native Cockspur Hawthorn. An adaptable small tree, it is great for any size landscape. It has a spreading crown when mature. Glossy, deep green leaves turn orange-yellow in the fall. Clusters of bright white, fragrant flowers bloom in late spring. Flowers develop into red fruits that are a good winter food source for…
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  • THUNDER AND LIGHTNING KNAUTIA Quick View
    • THUNDER AND LIGHTNING KNAUTIA Quick View
    • THUNDER AND LIGHTNING KNAUTIA
    • Knautia has button-like, deep red-purple flowers that have a long blooming period throughout the summer. These flowers are attractive to butterflies. Leaves are variegated light green with creamy edges. Thunder & Lightning Knautia prefers full sun, and average to dry soil conditions. A short perennial that is a great addition to the perennial border.
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  • TIDAL POOL SPEEDWELL Quick View
    • TIDAL POOL SPEEDWELL Quick View
    • TIDAL POOL SPEEDWELL
    • This green-leaved speedwell was selected at the Chicago Botanic Garden. This variety is denser and faster spreading than other varieties. The plants cover themselves with blue-violet flowers from late April into mid-May. The rest of the growing season, they settle into attractive groundcovers that seem to handle cold, heat, humidity, rain and drought equally well.
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  • TIGEREYES CUTLEAF STAGHORN SUMAC Quick View
    • TIGEREYES CUTLEAF STAGHORN SUMAC Quick View
    • TIGEREYES CUTLEAF STAGHORN SUMAC
    • Tigereye is an attractive dwarf cultivar of our native Staghorn Sumac. Compound, dissected leaves are chartreuse-yellow during the growing season, and turn shades of red and orange in the fall. Young stems are thick and velvety, adding interest to the winter landscape. This is a male cultivar so it will not produce fruit. A great standout in the summer and…
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  • TINA CRAB Quick View
    • TINA CRAB Quick View
    • TINA CRAB
    • Tina is a dwarf, slow-growing cultivar of the Sargent Crabapple. It is an excellent small tree for near a patio or an entrance. Red buds open to reveal bright white flowers which cover the tree in the spring. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Flowers develop into 1/4" red fruits that are persistent and attractive to birds. Tina Crabapple…
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  • TINY COMFORT LILY Quick View
    • TINY COMFORT LILY Quick View
    • TINY COMFORT LILY
    • Lilies in the 'Tiny' series were bred originally for container gardens, but their large flower and rich colors make them great candidates for the front of mixed borders as well as cutting gardens. Upfacing flowers are held on strong stems for a brilliant, midsummer show. Tiny Comfort has rich, dark red flowers with speckled petals. These plants prefer moist, well-drained…
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  • TINY GLOW LILY Quick View
    • TINY GLOW LILY Quick View
    • TINY GLOW LILY
    • Lilies in the 'Tiny' series were bred originally for container gardens, but their large flower and rich colors make them great candidates for the front of mixed borders as well as cutting gardens. Upfacing flowers are held on strong stems for a brilliant, midsummer show. Tiny Glow has bright yellow petals with a golden yellow blush. These plants prefer moist,…
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