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  • ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD HOSTA Quick View
    • ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD HOSTA Quick View
    • ABIQUA DRINKING GOURD HOSTA
    • Registered in 1989, this hosta has won numerous awards including the 2014 Hosta of the Year by the American Hosta Growers Association. Huge, powder-blue, nearly round, corrugated leaves cup and twist into a unique display. The name, Drinking Gourd, is said to have been inspired when a dog was seen drinking water from one of the leaves after a rainstorm.
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  • ALABAMA SUNRISE FOAMY BELLS Quick View
    • ALABAMA SUNRISE FOAMY BELLS Quick View
    • ALABAMA SUNRISE FOAMY BELLS
    • This perennial's ornamental foliage provides interest all season. Bright, yellow-green leaves contrast with deep red leaf veins in early Spring. As the plant matures through the season, the leaf and vein colors begin to deepen even further. Excels as a ground cover, border edging or adds fabulous color to combination container plantings. Plant in moist, but well drained soil. This…
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  • ALEXANDER’S GREAT BRUNNERA Quick View
    • ALEXANDER’S GREAT BRUNNERA Quick View
    • ALEXANDER’S GREAT BRUNNERA
    • This brunnera is a show-stopper in the shady garden! Large, silver, heart-shaped leaves can grow up to 10-12 inches wide and long. Each stunning leaf is highlighted with contrasting greens veins and narrow margins. As with all brunnera plants, Alexander's Great prefers moist soils, but can handle short periods of dryness better than other cultivars. Use as a specimen in…
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  • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS Quick View
    • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS Quick View
    • ALL GOLD HAKONE GRASS
    • All Gold is an attractive clump-forming grass for a shaded area. Bamboo-like leaves are bright yellow and have a cascading growth habit. All Gold looks great with Hostas, Brunnera, and other shade-loving perennials, and works well in a container. It is adaptable but cannot tolerate drought.
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  • ANGELINA SEDUM Quick View
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    • ANGELINA SEDUM
    • This yellow-leaved sedum is a very dense, mat-forming groundcover. Its spiky leaves often have ginger-brown tips in spring with clusters of star-shaped, yellow flowers held above during the heat of the summer. As the temperatures begin to cool in the fall, the leaves change to a reddish-orange. A great plant for dry, sunny areas. It is drought tolerant once established.…
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  • ANNE GREENAWAY SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE Quick View
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    • ANNE GREENAWAY SPOTTED DEAD NETTLE
    • This British selection forms a spreading patch of small leaves, brightly marbled with light and dark green, chartreuse and silver. Clusters of lilac flowers appear in spring, then continue on and off until fall. Use in front borders, rock gardens or to brighten up any shady bed. Lamiums are rabbit and deer resistant.
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  • ARIZONA APRICOT BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA APRICOT BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA APRICOT BLANKET FLOWER
    • This new variety of Blanket Flower stays compact and uniform, and will be covered in large blossoms from early summer into fall. The flowers are apricot with yellow tips and a darker orange center. Excellent branching habit. Heat tolerant and prefers poorer soils. Attracts butterflies. Deer resistant.
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  • ARIZONA RED BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA RED BLANKET FLOWER Quick View
    • ARIZONA RED BLANKET FLOWER
    • This new variety of blanket flower produces masses of large, crimson red blossoms. Arizona Red Shades is a short, compact variety that tolerates heat and poor soils. Excellent branching habit. Deadhead occasionally to keep the flowers coming all summer long. Attracts butterflies! Deer and rabbit resistant!
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  • ASTRA BLUE BALLOON FLOWER Quick View
    • ASTRA BLUE BALLOON FLOWER Quick View
    • ASTRA BLUE BALLOON FLOWER
    • The Astra Series of balloonflower produces a more compact, vigorous grower. This variety will have fluffy periwinkle blue flowers, 2 to 3 inches in diameter. Blooms swell up like a balloon before bursting open into an outward to upward facing bell-shaped flower. This plant will handle dry situations once established. Roots prefer to be left undisturbed, so do not transplant…
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  • AUTUMN BRIDE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRIDE CORAL BELLS Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRIDE CORAL BELLS
    • Plant in partial shade in rich, moist, well-drained soil. This is a good plant for dry shade. If planted in a sunny location, afternoon shade is needed. It is great for covering the bases of trees or other spots that get little moisture. The abundant flowers rise above the foliage on stems that can reach 36", and they are showy…
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  • AUTUMN BRILLANCE AUTUMN FERN Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRILLANCE AUTUMN FERN Quick View
    • AUTUMN BRILLANCE AUTUMN FERN
    • Autumn Fern is an attractive semi-evergreen fern that works great in the shade garden. Fronds emerge red in the spring and mature to deep green. Fronds turn bronze-orange in the fall. Autumn Fern is intolerant of drought, but can tolerate morning sun. A great fern to plant in groups with Hostas and Heucheras.
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  • AUTUMN DELIGHT SEDUM Quick View
    • AUTUMN DELIGHT SEDUM Quick View
    • AUTUMN DELIGHT SEDUM
    • Plant in full sun to light shade in well drained to dry soil. It does not tolerate wet soils. The chartreuse leaves have a blue-green margin, and the rose flowers become a bronze-red in fall. Do not cut back the flower heads in fall as they hold through winter and create a great effect. You can cut back if appearance…
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