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  • WALKERS LOW CATMINT Quick View
    • WALKERS LOW CATMINT Quick View
    • WALKERS LOW CATMINT
    • Prolific. Grows well in sun in ordinary well-drained soil. Cut or trim back after first bloom and in summer to keep the re-blooms fresh and the plant neat in appearance. The leaves are nicely fragrant. It is easy to grow, and is a great filler plant. This is a good groundcover or border plant, and it does well in containers.…
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  • WASHINGTON HAWTHORN Quick View
    • WASHINGTON HAWTHORN Quick View
    • WASHINGTON HAWTHORN
    • Washington Hawthorn is an attractive native small tree that provides interest throughout the year. Clusters of fragrant white flowers bloom in late spring. Glossy green, maple-like leaves turn red-orange in the fall. Flowers develop into bright red fruits that are a good winter food source for birds. This a great small tree for any size landscape. Native hawthorns are an…
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  • WHITE BLEEDING HEART Quick View
    • WHITE BLEEDING HEART Quick View
    • WHITE BLEEDING HEART
    • Plant in partial shade. It requires moist, well-drained soil; good air circulation will help prevent disease. It is not drought tolerant, nor does it tolerate wet soil in winter. Old fashioned bleeding heart flowers in May and may go dormant in the heat of the summer. Cool shade and adequate moisture will extend its presence. Use in groupings or with…
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  • WHITE DIAMONDS HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • WHITE DIAMONDS HYDRANGEA Quick View
    • WHITE DIAMONDS HYDRANGEA
    • White Diamonds is a dwarf cultivar of the Panicled Hydrangea. Large open clusters of sterile and fertile flowers are bright white, and bloom in the summer. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. White Diamonds has no trouble with diseases or insect pests. White Diamonds is a good hydrangea for a low border or specimen.
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  • WHITE FRINGE TREE Quick View
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    • WHITE FRINGE TREE
    • White Fringe Tree is an attractive small tree that is native to mountainous areas in the eastern United States. Once the leaves have unfurled, clusters of fragrant, lacy flowers bloom in May. Bright green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Female trees produce olive-like blue-black fruits in early fall that are attractive to birds. This is a great tree for…
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  • WHITE LIGHTS AZALEA Quick View
    • WHITE LIGHTS AZALEA Quick View
    • WHITE LIGHTS AZALEA
    • White Lights is part of the Northern Lights collection of azaleas. This cultivar is very cold hardy. Clusters of pink flower buds bloom white, fragrant flowers in the spring. Bright green leaves emerge after the flowers in the spring, and turn maroon-red in the fall. This is a deciduous azalea. White Lights requires acidic soil conditions, and benefits from morning…
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  • WHITE PINE Quick View
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    • WHITE PINE
    • White Pine is our largest native and fastest-growing conifer in Illinois and much of the northeastern U.S. It is a very hardy and adaptable pine to our soils and climate. It has a pyramidal growth pattern when young, and the crown becomes more open with age. Soft, bright green needles have good color retention throughout the year. Previous years' needles…
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  • WHITESPIRE BIRCH Quick View
    • WHITESPIRE BIRCH Quick View
    • WHITESPIRE BIRCH
    • Whitespire Birch is a cultivar of the native Gray Birch. This fast-growing tree can tolerate heat and drought once established, and has good resistance to bronze birch borer. Medium-green leaves turn yellow in the fall. Silvery-white bark adds good interest throughout the year. A great tree to give a natural look to the landscape.
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  • WHITEWATER SPEEDWELL Quick View
    • WHITEWATER SPEEDWELL Quick View
    • WHITEWATER SPEEDWELL
    • This speedwell was selected at the Chicago Botanic Garden. Whitewater forms a dense, low carpet with foliage that turns an attractive burgundy to bronze in winter months. Useful in the rock garden, along path and border edges, cascading over stone walls, among boulders or between pavers. Use it as a "living mulch" under taller, airy shrubs or perennials that allow…
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  • WILD BERGAMOT Quick View
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    • WILD BERGAMOT
    • Wild Bergamot is an Illinois native wildflower that is found in a variety of open areas. It is a wild type of Bee Balm. Clusters of lavender-pink flowers have a firework appearance, and bloom throughout the summer. These nectar-rich flowers attract butterflies, hummingbirds, and bees. Button-like seedheads add winter interest, and are a good winter food source for birds. Light-green…
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  • WILD COLUMBINE Quick View
    • WILD COLUMBINE Quick View
    • WILD COLUMBINE
    • Wild Columbine is a native perennial plant with nodding, bell-shaped, red and yellow flowers. Blooms last for a long period from spring through early summer and are very attractive to pollinators and nectar feeders including butterflies and hummingbirds. This plant is very easy to maintain and can self-seed in the proper growing conditions.
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  • WILD GERANIUM Quick View
    • WILD GERANIUM Quick View
    • WILD GERANIUM
    • Wild Geranium is an Illinois native that is found in a variety of woodlands. Clusters of pink flowers bloom in mid-late spring, and are attractive to bees. Palmate leaves are deep green and turn red-orange in the fall. This plant will form a loose groundcover over time. It can tolerate clay soils once established. Grows best in partial shade to…
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