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Grows 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Has a multi-stemmed, clumping habit. Grow in moist, fertile, organically-rich soil; light to medium shade.
Grows to 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Has an upright, clumping habit. Grow in well-drained, fertile soil; full sun.
Warm, coral colored plumes are dense with a sweet honey-mint scent. Blooms all summer.
Grows to 3 feet tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. Has a bushy, unfussy habit. Grow in average, well-drained soil; full sun to light shade.
Emerges mid-spring with bright gold leaves on contrasting reddish brown stems. If given at least a few hours of sun a day, the foliage will remain yellow all summer. In heavier shade, the foliage ranges from chartreuse to lime green. Deer resistant. White flowers in late summer attract bees.
Native. Food source for Monarch Larvae. White, pink, mauve. Blooms July to August. Light vanilla fragrance. Medium water. Slow to emerge in spring.
Grows to 2 feet tall and wide. Has a clumping growth habit. Grow in fertile, well-drained; full sun.
Grows to 2 feet tall and wide. Has a clumping growth habit. Grow in fertile, well-drained, loam;full sun.
Foliage emerges bright chartreuse yellow in spring with a tinge of red pigment in the newest leaves. It provides a bright spot of color and lacy texture to the shade garden in spring and then greens up a bit by late summer. Deer and rabbit resistant.
Lightweight, flexible and fit like a "second" skin. Palm has a breathable, textured nitrile for enhanced gripping and protecting the palm and fingertips.
Stunning silver leaves, add brightness to shady areas, including woodland gardens. 'Alexander's Great' can grow to 15" tall x 18" wide.
Very tall, strong, blush red stems carry rose pink flower panicles in midsummer.
Long-lived, grass-like, native perennial. Dark green. Unlikely to appeal to deer, but it does attract butterflies to the garden.
Grows 3 feet tall and wide. Has a compact habit; can be grown as a groundcover or trained as a short climber (3-4 feet).
'Sun Up’ will be one of the first Coreopsis to bloom in your garden. This tough plant has excellent heat and drought tolerance once established. Native cultivar with semi-double yellow flowers from late spring to late summer.
Double, chinese lacquer-red blooms explode above mounds of icy blue-green, evergreen foliage.
Bleeding heart with brilliant white, heart-shaped flowers in spring and golden leaves throughout the season. Will be less golden in deeper shade.
Grows to 3 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Has a strong, upright habit. Grow in rich, moist, well-drained soil; full sun.
Adds pizazz to a downspout. 4 - 30 inch green wire sections (total length of 10 feet); mounting hardware is included.
Star like coppery-orange flowers bloom from mid-to-late spring. Useful under trees and shrubs. Slowly spreading groundcover.
Star like purple flowers bloom from mid-to-late spring. Useful under trees and shrubs, although it spreads slowly.
Easy to grow, carefree native perennial. large grey-green, foliage. White flowers In early May, lightly tinted lavender with a yellow inner eye. Gets its carpet moniker from the fact that it grows in a dense mat of fuzzy foliage.
Native smaller version of Joe Pye. Mauve Purple blooms July-September, Attracts butterflies Tolerates deer, Clay and wet soil.
A selection of plants from our gardens.
Blue violet flowers on compact, durable, drought resistant plants. Blooms midsummer into early fall. Attracts butterflies and humming birds. Deer resistant.
A variety of scented geraniums will be available.
Mid-sized leaves of glowing wine red make a medium sized mound. These are topped with bicolored pink and white flowers on dark red stem (June-September) Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Grows 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Has a mound-shaped habit. Grow in organically-rich, well-drained soil; full sun.
Native to southern and central United States. Flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies. Long summer bloom period. Pinkish to whitish, purple-spotted flowers.
Plants not performing as well as you'd like, vegetables not as tasty as last year? Maybe it's your soil.
Grows 10 to 15 feet, or more, tall and 3 to 4 feet wide. A self-clinging vine with a woody stem. Grow in fertile, well-drained soil; shade to sun.
A new, compact Spirea which does not burn in full sun. Flowers are a dark rose pink and reappear for most of the summer.
Native cultivar. Each leaf is deeply lobed with pointy edges, with an overall lacy texture. The centers of the leaves have burgundy blotches. Ivory flower spikes appear just above the foliage in early spring.