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Ferns

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Adiantum pedatum, Northern Maidenhair Fern

Delicate, 8-20 inch fronds with dark, shiny stems, spread horizontally in a nearly perfect circle. Burgundy red fiddle heads appear in spring. The roots are wiry and black, colonizing in favorable sites. Likes moist, rich, well drained soil. READY MID AUGUST

$14.00
2 Adiantum venustum, Himilayan Maidenhair Fern

Short, prolific ground cover, evergreen to 14 degrees. Has very unique two toned green foliage. READY JULY

1 Gallon $14.00
3 Athyrium 'Branford Beauty', Branford Beauty Fern

NEW A dramatic hybrid between Japanese Painted Fern and our native Southern Lady Fern. The result is a lovely, stiffly upright, clump forming, deer resistant fern reaching 3 feet tall by 4 feet wide. Muted colors of purple, silver grey and green. Taller and more delicate than Athyrium niponicum.

$14.00
4 Athyrium 'Godzilla', Japanese Pained Fern

This one is the frankenstein of Japanese Painted Ferns. It can get 3 feet tall by 6 feet wide!

1 Gallon $14.00
5 Athyrium angustum 'Lady in Red', Lady Fern

Native Fern with red stems, likes moist, well drained soil

1 Gallon $14.00
6 Athyrium filix-femina minutissima, Petite Lady Fern

Petite Lady Fern is a smaller version of the lady fern. It grows in outward swirls of bushy pale green deciduous foliage. usually maturing at 1 foot or under, depending on soil and moisture. It grows quickly and can be useful in a shady garden or as a filler in containers.

1 Gallon $14.00
7 Athyrium niponicum 'Apple Court', Crested Japanese Painted Fern

This is an amazing selection that not only has lovely purple, silver and green markings but each leaf is dramatically crested both up the sides and onto the tip. 1 foot tall by 2 feet wide.

$14.00
8 Athyrium niponicum 'Ghost', Ghost Fern

2 ft. tall, very silvery foliage, beautiful

1 Gallon $14.00
9 Athyrium niponicum 'Pictum', Japanese Painted Fern

Best color in bright shade, does not like to dry out, very showy

1 Gallon $14.00
10 Cheilanthes lanosa, Hairy Lip Fern

Smaller Eastern/Midwestern native dryland fern for the rock garden. Grows equally well in a sunny spot or part shade. 8 inches. Deciduous

1 Gallon $14.00
11 Cyrtomium fortunei, Fortune's Cold Hardy fern

An excellent holly fern that will tolerate colder weather than the Japanese Holly Fern. An easy, fast grower with a tall, erect habit. Hardy to zone 5. 18-30 inches. SOLD OUT FOR 2020

1 Gallon $14.00
12 Dennstaedtia punctilbula, Hay Scented Fern

Deciduous, creeping, can tolerate sun, native READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
13 Dryopteris erythrosora 'Brilliance', Autumn Fern

Evergreen, clumping, tolerates dry

Gallons $14.00
14 Dryopteris felix-mas, Male Fern

One of the most popular and well known of the wood ferns. Prefers consistently moist soil but is drought tolerant in full shade. Sun tolerant in moist soil. 24-48 inches. Evergreen

1 Gallon $14.00
15 Dryopteris intermedia, Fancy Fern

Evergreen wood fern is an east coast native and is noted for it’s bluish green finely divided foliage and evergreen nature. It reaches about 3 feet in height.

1 Gallon $14.00
16 Dryopteris ludoviciana, Southern Shield Fern

NEW Evergreen to semi-evergreen. Thrives in rich, moist, acidic soil in part sun to shade. Will grow in average to medium to wet soil. Tolerates drought once established. Creeps slowly by rhizomes. 24-48 inches tall. READY AUGUST

1 Gallon $14.00
17 Dryopteris marginalis, Eastern Wood Fern

Evergreen, native, tolerates dry conditions

1 Gallon $14.00
18 Dryopteris X complexa, Robust Male Fern

This fern is commonly called The robust Fern and robust it is! Specimens can reach 5 ft.!! Very handsome in the woodland garden, as a backdrop for hosta. It is also quite sun tolerant when the soil is moist. This large hybrid fern is one of the best known of the wood ferns. READY AUGUST

1 Gallon $14.00
19 Dryopteris X remota, Remote Wood Fern

Vigorous and easy to grow. Prefers moist, humus rich soil. Great as an under planting for shade trees. This hybrid has fertile fronds. Once established, it will propagate to fill all the space available to it, thriving wherever the conditions are right. 24-36 inches, semi-evergreen, spreading

1 Gallon $14.00
20 Matteuccia struthiopteris, Ostrich fern

Rhizomatous, feathery plumes resemble ostrich feathers

1 Gallon $14.00
21 Osmunda cinnamonea, Cinnamon Fern

Sterile fronds are spreading, fertile fronds are erect and are cinnamon colored. Can tolerate some sun

1 Gallon $14.00
22 Polystichum acrostichoides, Christmas Fern

Native evergreen fern, can grow in dry shade READY MID JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
23 Polystichum polyblepharum, Tassel Fern

Tassel Fern is a magnificent glossy evergreen fern. It has very stiff foliage and perfect form.

1 Gallon $12.00
24 Thelypteris decursive pinnata, Japanese Beech Fern

An easy, deciduous ground cover which spreads at will, but not aggressively. It will tolerate both heat and cold making it welcome in a variety of habitats. 12 to 24 inches. READY AUGUST

1 Gallon $14.00

Grasses

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Acorus gramineus 'Ogon', Golden Variegated Sweetflag

15 inches, pale green and cream striped leaves giving it an overall golden effect. Prefers moist, sun or shade READY MAY

Quarts $5.00
2 Andropogon gerardii 'Blackhawks', Big Bluestem

This grass exhibits outstanding landscape color throughout the year with bright green foliage sporting red accents in the summer. As weather cools, it turns a deep purple to black. 4-5 feet. READY AUGUST

1 Gallon $12.00
3 Andropogon gerardii 'Red October', Big Bluestem

Deep green foliage emerges in spring with notable red tips, providing an immediate display of color and texture. Fall color is vivid red, becoming topped with tall, scarlet red inflorescences. Very showy! 6’tall by 2′ wide. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
4 Andropogon ternarius 'Black Mountain', Black Mountain Bluestem

Black Mountain is a compact, refined version of the species. Flowering stems emerge bluish-green and develop reddish hues later in the summer. The inflorescences have spikelets covered in silvery, white hairs, creating a shimmering effect that sparkles in the sunlight. 1.5-2ft. w/o bloom, 2.5-3ft. w/bloom. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
5 Calamagrostis brachytricha, Korean Feather Reed Grass

A clump forming grass with bright green leaves reaching about 2 feet. In late summer blooms emerge with a pink tint and reach 3-4 feet. One of the few flowering grasses that is happy in the shade.

2 Gallon $20.00
6 Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster', Feather Reed Grass

Upright form, feathery plumes in summer.

2 Gallon $20.00
7 Carex appalachica, Appalachian Sedge

NATIVE 12 inches, tolerant of dry shade, fine texture. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
8 Carex cherokeensis, Cherokee Sedge

NATIVE similar to Carex pennsylvanica with a larger coarser texture. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
9 Carex flacca 'Blue Zinger', Glaucous Sedge

Fine textured blue foliage, full sun to pt. shade, Evergreen READY JUNE

1 Gallon $12.00
10 Carex oshimensis EverColor 'Everillo', Japanese Sedge

Bright, lime yellow foliage. Low maintenance, evergreen. 12-18 inches READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
11 Carex pensylvanica, Oak Sedge

8-10 in., dry shade to part shade, native 

1 Gallon $12.00
12 Festuca glauca 'Beyond Blue', Blue Fescue

Intense blue foliage. Thrives in heat, humidity and poor soils READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
13 Hakonechloa macra, Hakone Grass

This green leaved form of Hakone Grass has been overlooked due to the variegated and gold forms gaining more popularity. Hakonechloa macra tolerates more sun and is faster growing than most of the cultivars. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
14 Juncus effuses 'Big Twister', Giant Corkscrew Rush

This spiral rush likes wet or moist soil and can be submerged in up to 4 inches of water. It’s a great accent for water gardens but will spread by stolons, keep it contained by submerging in pots. Great for container gardens. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
15 Juncus effuses, Common Rush

Great native wetland plant. Can be planted on the edges or in up to 6 inches of water. 3 ft. tall 

1 Gallon $12.00
16 Juncus inflexus 'Blue Arrows', Blue Arrows Rush

Although often grown as a wetland plant, Juncus inflexus is quite drought tolerant once established. It thrives in heat and full sun. Blue Arrows’ soft color and beautiful, upright form make it irresistible in container combos. Soft blue green color, 3 ft. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
17 Miscanthus sinensis 'Bandwidth', Maiden Grass

This Miscanthus was developed at North Carolinas State’s Mountain Hort. Crops and Research Extention Center. It was bred to be INFERTILE, NO RE-SEEDING with this one! It has a compact, upright habit with green and gold bands and and increased resistance to rust. 2 1/2 feet. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
18 Muhlenbergia capillaries, Pink Muhley Grass

Misty pink plumes in the fall, very showy READY MAY

1 Galllon $12.00
19 Muhlenbergia capillaris 'White Cloud', White Cloud Muhly Grass

This is a white cultivar of Pink Muhley. It is a little larger and stiffer with a more upright habit and also blooms a bit later. 3-4 ft. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
20 Muhlenbergii reverchonii, Ruby Muhly

Rosy Muhly resembles Pink Muhly Grass but is smaller in stature and has softer, more diffuse blooms. It tolerates heat, humidity and drought like a champ. It’s a tough and adaptable plant, thriving in most soils and handling wet conditions better than M. capillaris. Hardy to zone 5. READY MAY

$12.00
21 Nasella tenuissima, Mexican Feather Grass

Wispy, flowing, lime green foliage. This cool season, native grass holds it’s color year round. Very drought tolerant. Needs dry soil and full sun. Great in containers. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
22 Panicum virgatum 'Purple Tears', Switchgrass

Renowned plantsman and designer Piet Oudolf brings us a new Switchgrass that’s destined to be a classic. With a manageable height of 4 feet, it’s narrow upright habit make it perfect for a range of landscape applications. Green foliage with purple seed heads and gray tipped flowering spikes. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
23 Panicum virgatum 'Ruby Ribbons', Switchgrass

Panicum ‘Ruby Ribbons’ is similar in size to ‘Shanandoah’ but has a blue-green cast and fuller, earlier color. By midsummer, most of the foliage develops purple-red hues. Very reliable. READY SEPTEMBER

1 Gallon $12.00
24 Panicum virgatum 'Shanandoah', Red Switchgrass

3 ft. tall, foliage becomes deep red in the fall. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
25 Pennisetum 'Hameln', Dwarf Fountain Grass

Works well in small gardens, 2 feet with plumes. READY SEPTEMBER

1 Gallon $12.00
26 Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Burgundy Bunny', Dwarf Fountain Grass

12-16 inches, bearing red foliage in summer but by fall it is completely red. Sport of ‘Little Bunny’. READY MID JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
27 Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Cassian', Dwarf Fountain Grass

Similar in appearance to ‘Hameln’, this selection blooms about 2 weeks later and holds it’s seed heads for a longer period. Fall color is streaked with red and orange. 2-3 feet. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
28 Pennisetum alopecuroides 'Lumen Gold'

Foliage appears bright gold in spring and changes to a lemon yellow in early summer. Same size as ‘Hameln’, with gold foliage. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
29 Schizachyrium scoparium 'Carousel', Little Bluestem

‘Carousel’ has a lower broader shape at it’s base than other Little Bluestem cultivars, making it more upright throughout winter months. It is less likely to flop in rich soil than other cultivars. It has distinct blue-green foliage, developing pink copper and mahogany highlights in mid summer. 1 1/2 feet w/o bloom, 2 1/2 feet w/bloom. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
30 Schizachyrium scoparium 'MinnBlueA', Little Bluestem

Noted for it’s blue-gray foliage, burgundy-red fall color and narrow upright form. Growing 2-4 feet tall with erect, broom-like clumps of slender foliage. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
31 Schizachyrium scoparium 'Prairie Blues', Little Bluestem

Prairie blues is valued for its improved, enduring, blue-gray coloring, fall color and low maintenance properties. 1.5 feet w/o bloom, 3 feet w/bloom. READY JULY

1 Gallon $12.00
32 Schizachyrium scoparium 'Standing Ovation', Little Bluestem

Keeps a tidy upright habit throughout the growing season. Brilliant, fiery red foliage. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $12.00
33 Schizachyrium scoparium 'The Blues', Little Bluestem

Great native grass for poor soils, erosion control. 3ft. Tall. Green purple and blue foliage. Multi red and orange fall color SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $12.00
34 Sporobolus heterolepsis 'Tara', Prairie Dropseed

A shorter version of the species, only reaching 24 inches tall by 18 inches wide. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $12.00
35 Sporobolus heterolepsis, Prairie Dropseed

Good as a lawn alternative, orange fall color, thrives in sunny, dry locations

1 Gallon $12.00

Hostas

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Hosta 'Blue Angel'

Very large, heavily textured blue leaves up to 18 in. in diameter. READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
2 Hosta 'Brother Stefan', Hosta

Thick, heavily corrugated and puckered leaves are green with a brilliant gold center.Thick leaves exhibit slug resistance. Forms a wide, tall clump, making it the perfect focal point for a shade garden.

1 Gallon $16.00
3 Hosta 'Frances Williams'

Giant, blue green leaves with chartreuse to yellow margins READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
4 Hosta 'Guacamole', Hosta

Huge, apple green leaves surrounded by dark leaf margins. Leaf centers become bright gold in summer and when exposed to more sunlight. Good sun tolerant variety. READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
5 Hosta 'Halcyon', Hosta

One of the best and most popular of the blue hosta varieties. Retains it’s blue leaf color longer than most other blue hosta. 2 ft. tall. READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
6 Hosta 'June', Hosta

Bluish leaves with irregularly shaped creamy gold centers. Hosta of the year 2001. Shade to part shade. 1-3 ft.

1 Gallon $14.00
7 Hosta 'Krossa Regal'

Frosty blue-green, wavy foliage with graceful, vase shaped habit. READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
8 Hosta 'Prairie Sky', Hosta

Said to be the bluest of all the blue hostas. It forms a tight clump of powdery blue, lightly cupped leaves of thick substance and it keeps its showy color all season long. 14 inches by 36 inches

1 Gallon $14.00
9 Hosta 'Sieboldiana'

Large, blue leaves up to 12 in. across by 30 in. tall, tolerates dry shade READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
10 Hosta 'Sum & Substance'

Huge, deeply ribbed chartreuse leaves, slug resistant

1 Gallon $14.00
11 Hosta 'Touch of Class', Hosta

A sport of ‘June’, leaves are help more upright. Intense blue leaves are set off by the striking chartreuse to yellow center and green jetting between the center and the margin. 16 inches by 24 inches 

1 Gallon $14.00

Native Woodland Wildflowers

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Anemonella thalictroides, Rue Anemone

NEW A very precious, tiny native wildflower. With the foliage of a meadow rue and flowers similar to a tiny Anemone, these are a treat to see in the spring. READY MID MAY

Quarts $6.00
2 Arisaema triphyllum, Jack in the Pulpit Quarts $10.00
3 Cimicifuga racemosa, Black Cohosh

NATIVE Beautiful lacy foliage with large white spiky flowers

1 Gallon $12.00
4 Dodecatheon meadia, Shooting Star

Native prairie ephemeral. White to pink flowers resemble shooting stars. 1-2 ft. Likes dry to wet meadows, rocky wooded slopes.

Quarts $8.00
5 Erythronium 'Pagota', Trout Lily

NEW A robust hybrid, ‘Pagoda’ bears graceful yellow flowers with a reddish-brown ring at the center. It’s a stronger and taller grower than other Erythroniums. Plant in rich soil in partial shade. Do not let them dry out in the summer or get to wet in the winter. N/A AVAILABLE 2022

1 Gallon $14.00
6 Erythronium americanum, Trout Lily

NEW A beautiful native spring ephemeral occurring in moist woods and wooded slopes. Leaves are very ornamental, mottled with brown and purple, giving it it’s common name, Trout Lily. READY MID MAY

Quarts $7.00
7 Hepatica acutiloba, Sharp-lobed Hepatica

Native woodland wildflower, evergreen foliage

Quarts $8.00
8 Iris cristata, crested Iris

Native dwarf Iris QUARTS READY MAY

Quarts $8.00 Gallons $10.00
9 Mertensia virginica, Virginia Bluebells

Ephemeral, beautiful blue flowers in spring

1 Gallon $12.00
10 Podophyllum peltatum, May Apple

Large lily pad like foliage form large colonies, woodland setting READY JUNE

1 Gallon $13.00
11 Stylopholrum diphyllum, Wood Poppy

Native woodland poppy. Unusual lobed foliage, showy yellow flowers

Quarts $10.00
12 Trillium grandiflorum, Large Flowered Trillium

Trillium is a “must have” for any naturalized woodland area. It’s stunning white flower can reach 4 inches in diameter and will take on an equally head turning pink hue when reaching the end of it’s bloom cycle.

Quarts $8.00
13 Uvularia grandiflora, Bellwort

This classic spring wildflower makes a great focal point in the naturalized woodland garden. Bellwort has distinctive, deep yellow flowers that really stand out when planted with lower growing spring wildflowers. Spreads slowly by rhizomes to form attractive clumps. Deer resistant.

1 Gallon $14.00

Perennials

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Achillea 'Moonshine', Yarrow

Silvery foliage with bright yellow flowers. Likes dry sunny locations. Cut back to basal foliage after flowering. 2 ft. tall READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
2 Achillea 'Sassy Summer Taffy', Yarrow

A new collection of Yarrow, noted for it’s much taller, more substantial presence than other Yarrow on the market. Although they are taller, they have sturdy flower stems that will look good throughout the season READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
3 Achillea millefolium 'Little Moonshine', Yarrow

Similar to ‘Moonshine’ but more compacT READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
4 Achillea millefolium 'Pomegranate', Yarrow

Compact, sturdy habit. Deep maroon flowers bloom summer through fall. Clean foliage all season READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
5 Achillea x 'Terra Cotta', Yarrow

Pronounced silvery foliage, bright peach flowers that slowly turn to rich hues of earthy oranges and reds. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
6 Actaea pachypoda, Dolls Eyes

NATIVE Native to the eastern U.S., Actaea forms a 2-3 foot tall mound of Astilbe like foliage, bearing taller stems of white flowers in late spring. Showy white berries in summer are held on contrasting red stems.

1 Gallon $16.00
7 Agapanthus 'Galaxy White', Lily of the Nile

Agapanthus are typically grown in warmer climates but now there are cultivars hardy to zone 6! 5 inch clusters of pure white flowers, very vigorous. 38 inches. READY MID MAY/JUNE LIMITED AVAILABILITY

1 Gallon $16.00
8 Agapanthus 'Little Galaxy', Lily of the Nile

NEW FOR 2020 About a foot shorter than ‘Galaxy Blue’ and a softer shade of blue. The flowers are just as large as it’s taller companions. Great for the front of the border. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $16.00
9 Agastache 'Blue Fortune', Anise Hyssop

Robust ‘Blue Fortune’ is a mass of soft powder-blue flower spikes from July onwards, making it a butterfly magnet. The well-branched stems require no cutting back and they are a great addition to bouquets. A Royal Horticulture Society Award of Garden Merit plant.

1 Gallon $10.00
10 Agastache 'Rosie Posie', Anise Hyssop

Hot pink flowers with magenta purple calyxes. 18-22 inches, blooming mid summer through early fall. Very cold hardy, unlike other pink varieties. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
11 Ajuga 'Black Scallop', Bugleweed

Black foliage and spiky blue flowers. Very aggressive ground cover READY MID APRIL

Quarts $5.00
12 Ajuga reptans 'Burgundy Glow', Carpet Bugleweed

Fantastic tricolored foliage is creamy white, rose burgundy and dark green. It’s slower spreading than the other varieties making it ideal for edging. READY MID APRIL

Quarts $5.00
13 Ajuga reptans 'Chocolate Chip', Bugleweed

Fast spreading ground cover with chocolate colored foliage 

Quarts $5.00
14 Alchemilla erythropoda, Dwarf Lady's Mantle

NEW FOR 2020 A miniature Lady’s Mantle for edging borders or growing in a rock garden. About half the size of Common Lady’s Mantle. 4-6 inches tall. READY APRIL

Quarts $7.00
15 Alchemilla mollis 'Thriller', Lady's Mantle

NEW Great foliage, good cut flower ‘Thriller’ is slightly larger than the straight species (24 inches) with a more prolific bloom

1 Gallon $11.00
16 Allium 'Millenium', Ornamental Onion

This hybrid is the very best perennial Allium in years. It forms a compact, upright clump of glossy green, thick and strappy leaves. In late July and August a profusion of 2 inch bright rosy purple, tightly rounded clusters of flowers appear on strong stems. 2018 PERENNIAL PLANT OF THE YEAR

1 Gallon $12.00
17 Allium shubertii, Tumbleweed Onion

Giant 9-12 inch spherical umbels in late spring. Flowers are unique and attractive, resembling exploding fireworks. Long lasting, having great ornamental value in the garden long after bloom is over. READY APRIL

1 Gallon $14.00
18 Amsonia 'Blue Ice', Bluestar

Long blooming, compact Amsonia blooms longer than the species and forms a dense, compact mound of dark green leaves that turn brilliant yellow in the fall. 12-15 inches

1 Gallon $10.00
19 Amsonia 'Starstruck', Blue Star

FOR 2020 NATIVE Although this plant will catch your eye in the spring when it is covered in sky blue flowers, you will be wowed with what follows. A very full habit of vibrant green leaves with lighter midribs and dark olive stems. As with all Amsonia, it has great fall color. 20 inches. READY APRIL

1 Gallon $13.00 2 Gallon $20.00
20 Amsonia hubrichtii, Threadleaf Bluestar

Blue flowers in spring, great fall foliage

1 Gallon $12.00
21 Anemone 'Wild Swan', Windflower

Unlike the typical Japanese hybrids that only bloom in the fall, this Anemone rupicola hybrid blooms from late spring until frost with prolific bloom. Huge 3-3 1/2 inch white flowers with lilac-blue bands on the backside. These bands will be a main feature as the flowers close at night. READY SEPTEMBER

1 Gallon $16.00
22 Anemone x Hybrida 'Honorine Jobert', Windflower

A vigorous, compact Japanese Anemone hybrid growing 3-4 feet tall and spreading by creeping rhizomes. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $16.00
23 Aquilegia 'Swan Pink and Yellow', Columbine

NEW Heavy flowering, multi-stemmed and upright growing. Flowers are larger and longer lasting than other columbines. 2 Feet tall READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
24 Aquilegia alpina

Blue flowering, native to Colorado. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
25 Aquilegia canadensis

Red flowering, Native Sun or shade, dry READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
26 Aralia cordata 'Sun King', Golden Japanese Spikenard

Huge compound leaves measure up to 3 feet long! Golden chartreuse foliage adds great color to the shady border. Can handle a few hours of sun a day. 3 feet tall. Deer resistant. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $16.00
27 Arctostaphylos uva-ursi 'Massachusetts', Massachusetts Kinnikinnick

NATIVE A very cold hardy native ground cover with clusters of pale pink two inch bell shaped flowers followed by ornamental red berries that persist into winter. Very useful low water, rock garden plant. 1 ft. by 15 inches wide, evergreen. Likes acidic, rocky soils in partial to full sun. SOLD OUT

Quarts $7.00
28 Asarum arifolium, Arrow-Leaf Wild Ginger

NATIVE Evergreen, very easy to grow. Silvery spotted foliage 8 in. READY MAY

Quarts $10.00
29 Asarum canadensis, Canadian Wild Ginger

NATIVE Great ground cover

Quarts $10.00
30 Asclepias incarnata, Swamp milkweed

NATIVE Preferred food source of monarch butterflies. 3-4 ft. Blooms summer

1 Gallon $12.00
31 Asclepias syriaca, Common Milkweed

This milkweed thrives in almost any well drained garden soil, producing a profusion of lavender to pink flowers in mid summer. One of the easiest and fastest to establish of all the Milkweeds, as it spread rapidly by rhizomes and seed. READY MID JUNE

$12.00
32 Asclepias tuberosa, Butterfly Weed

NATIVE Prefers a dry sunny spot. Great food for the monarch butterfly. 2 ft., brilliant orange

1 Gallon $12.00
33 Aster divaricatus 'Eastern Star', Wood Aster

This native cultivar is shorter than the species and has deep dark shining mahogany stems! 18-24 inches. Grow in part to full shade in average to dry soil. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
34 Aster laevis 'Bluebird', Smooth Aster

One of the best of our native asters. Attractive blue-green foliage topped with 1 inch violet blue flowers. 4 feet tall READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
35 Aster oblongifolious 'October Skies', Aster

NATIVE Lavender Blue flowers, drought tolerant, poor soils, 15-18 inches READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
36 Aster oblongifolious, 'Raydon's Favorite'

NATIVE Blue, lavender flowers, drought tolerant, poor soils, 2-3 FT. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
37 Astilbe 'Delft Lace', Japanese Astilbe

This variety is considered to be an improvement over ‘Peach Blossom’, It has more attractive foliage, stronger stems, and more colorful flowers. Red stems carry panicles of deep salmon red buds which open to soft apricot pink flowers through early summer.

1 Gallon $14.00
38 Astilbe 'Chocolate Shogun', Astilbe

Rich chocolate maroon leaves provide a high contrast background for blushed pink, white flower spikes. 14 inches. Blooms in June-July.

1 Gallon $16.00
39 Astilbe 'Maggie Daley', Astilbe

NEW A vigorous growing chinensis hybrid with dense, lavender purple plumes over shiny, dark green foliage. Robust and drought resistant. Similar to Astilbe ‘Visions’ but almost a foot taller.

1 Gallon $14.00
40 Astilbe 'Visions in Red', Astilbe

NEW Tall feathery plumes of reddish purple rise above bronze green foliage. 14-28 inches tall. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $14.00
41 Astilbe arendsii 'Snowdrift', False Spirea

24 inches, white flowers. Blooms in early to midsummer. N/A

1 Gallon $14.00
42 Astilbe chinensis 'Amber Moon', False Spirea

This Astilbe is useful for brightening up the shade garden as well as providing great, long stemmed flowers for cutting. The foliage emerges bright chartreuse yellow in spring with a tinge of red pigment in the newest leaves. Very tall, blush red stems carry rose pink flowers in summer. 34-38 inches

1 Gallon $14.00
43 Astilbe chinensis 'Milk and Honey', Chinese Astilbe

NEW Blooming in late summer with white flowers that fade to pink. 30 inches tall. Astilbe perform best in moist garden soil although members of the chinensis species are more drought tolerant. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
44 Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila', Dwarf Chinese Astilbe

This dwarf variety is the latest to bloom of all the Astilbe. Produces a low carpet of fuzzy, lilac pink, stiffly upright flower plumes. Moderately drought tolerant. Great groundcover for the front of the border SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $14.00
45 Astilbe chinensis 'Visions in Pink', Astilbe

Bright pink flowers, great cut flower, drought tolerant. 24 inches

1 Gallon $14.00
46 Astilbe japonica 'Deutschland', Astilbe

NEW Japonica species are early bloomers. This one has glossy green foliage and white, dense, pyramidal flower clusters. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
47 Astilbe x arendsii 'Fanal', False spirea

Deep garnet red flowers in summer, 2 ft. 

1 Gallon $14.00
48 Astilbe x arendsii 'Ostrich Plume', Astilbe

NEW Stunning pink weeping panicles on arching stems give this Astilbe a very unique look. 25-30 inches

1 Gallon $14.00
49 Baptisia 'American Goldfinch, Wild Indigo

NEW Golden yellow flowers, 3-3 1/2 ft. by 4-5 5 ft. wide. One of the most floriferous Baptisia READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
50 Baptisia 'Grape Taffy', Wild Indigo

Nice and compact at under 2 1/2 feet tall, making it an ideal size for smaller gardens.

1 Gallon $12.00
51 Baptisia australis, Blue Wild Indigo

Blue Pea like flowers, drought tolerant 

1 Gallon $11.00
52 Baptisia sphaerocarpa 'Screaming Yellow', Wild Indigo

A riot of yellow in late spring-early summer. Profuse flower display, deep green foliage, and compact rounded habit. 2-3 feet SOLD OUT 2020

1 Gallon $13.00
53 Begonia grandis 'Alba', Hardy Begonia

A white selection of Begonia grandis, same qualities as the pink variety. Small bulblets drop to form colonies. Great foliage plant. READY JULY

1 Gallon $10.00
54 Begonia grandis, Hardy Begonia

Prized for its red veined leaves and late season interest. Very late to appear in spring but worth the wait! Propagate from the bulblets that appear on the leaf axils in fall. Self seeding. READY JULY

1 Gallon $10.00
55 Brunnera 'Alexander's Great', Brunnera

Forms a gigantic mound of very large, heart shaped, heavily silvered leaves. Sprays of blue forget me not flowers appear in spring. Makes a dynamic statement in the woodland garden. Keep out of hot afternoon sun. READY MID JUNE

1 Gallon $16.00
56 Brunnera macrophylla 'Sea Heart', Siberian Bugloss

Bold white and light green bordered heart shaped leaves provide a dramatic background for the cobalt blue forget- me-not flowers. More heat and humidity tolerant than older cultivars. SOLD OUT

Gallons $16.00
57 Calamintha nepeta 'Montrose White', Calamint

Very long blooming perennial starting in June and lasting through September! Great for pollination, great edging plant for walkways and borders. ‘Montrose White’ is sterile and will not self-seed, unlike the species. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
58 Ceratostigma plumbaginoides, Leadwort

Blue flowering, great fall color, great ground cover. READY MAY

Quarts $5.00
59 Chelone lyonii 'Tiny Tortuga', Pink Turtlehead

Compact, 18-24 inches. Dark glossy green foliage. Native, moisture loving READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
60 Chrysogonum 'Allen Bush', Green and Gold

We have had a lot of requests for this lately so we have decided to bring it back. It’s a great native groundcover for full to part shade. Mat forming with yellow flowers in the spring. Likes moist well drained soil.

1 Gallon $10.00
61 Cimicifuga ramosa 'Hillside Black Beauty', Bugbane

The darkest Cimicifuga to date. It forms an upright clump of striking dark purplish-black foliage, contrasted by white bottlebrush blooms late in the season. Fragrant. 4-7 ft. tall

1 Gallon $16.00
62 Coreopsis grandiflora 'Super Star', Tickseed

With the largest blooms of all the coreopsis, ‘Super star’ brings massive flowers that keep coming and coming. Forms a dense mound of highly disease resistant foliage. Compact, great in containers. SOLD OUT READY MID MAY

1 Gallon, $10.00
63 Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam', Threadleaf Coreopsis

Pale yellow flowers, rebloomer, needs good drainage to make it through the winter.

1 Gallon $10.00
64 Coreopsis verticillata, 'Zagreb', Threadleaf Coreopsis

The hardiest of all Coreopsis

1 Gallon $10.00
65 Coreopsis x verticillata 'Full Moon', Tickseed

Large canary yellow flowers that can reach 3 inches across. Very long blooming. Like all Coreopsis, pick a hot, dry spot.

1 Gallon $10.00
66 Crocosmia 'Lucifer'

Red flowers, excellent cut flower, attracts hummingbirds. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
67 Delosperma cooperi, Iceplant

Purple flowers on succulent foliage bloom all summer long. Drought tolerant.

Quarts $5.00
68 Dendranthema 'Clara Curtis', Hardy Mum

A lovely hardy mum with 3 inch fragrant, pink flowers that bloom from mid summer into fall. 18-24 inches

1 Gallon $10.00
69 Dianthus 'American Pie', Pinks

NEW Pure white blooms with unique apple green centers, contrast nicely with the powder blue foliage. Very sturdy stems that do not flop. Bred by Whetman Pinks, the UK’s leading breeder and propagator of award- winning perfumed Dianthus. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
70 Dianthus 'Mountain Frost Silver Strike', Pinks

Bright magenta flowers over blue foliage. Bred for tolerance to rainy and wet conditions. Re-blooming. READAY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
71 Dianthus 'Paint The Town Magenta', Pinks

The earliest Dianthus to bloom. This series is prized for their bright colors and increased heat and humidity tolerance. They won’t brown out like other Dianthus varieties. PW READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
72 Dianthus g. 'Firewitch', Pinks

Magenta flowers, reblooming

1 Gallon $10.00
73 Dianthus grantianopolita 'Pink Fire', Pinks

Large, fully double, incredibly fragrant flowers. A sport of the ever famous ‘Firewitch’, this plant has many similar yet improved qualities.

1 Gallon $10.00
74 Dianthus superbus 'Kahori', Pinks

Very fragrant, semi double, hot pink flowers over gray green leaves. Continuous flowering. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
75 Dicentra 'Luxuriant', Bleeding Heart

Bluish-green, deeply cut, fern like foliage that persists throughout the season. Carmine rose flowers in May and June. May re-bloom in the fall

1 Gallon $14.00
76 Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba', Bleeding Heart

White bleeding heart SOLD OUT FOR 2020

1 Gallon $11.00
77 Dicentra spectabilis 'Gold Heart', Bleeding Heart

Brilliant gold leaves from arching peach colored stems. Makes a dramatic statement in the spring. More chartreuse in deeper shade. READY MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
78 Dicentra spectabilis, Bleeding Heart

Old fashioned bleeding heart SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $11.00
79 Digitalis 'Arctic Fox Rose', Foxglove

Arctic Fox Rose is a rare hybrid PERENNIAL foxglove that blooms yearly instead of biennially, like other foxgloves. Extended bloom period, late spring to late summer! READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
80 Digitalis ambigua 'Carillon', Foxglove

Extra dwarf plants with yellow tubular flowers, speckled with brown. Will re-bloom prolifically if dead headed.

1 Gallon $12.00
81 Echinacea ' Sombrero Baja Burgundy', Coneflower

This series was bred to produce well-branched, sturdy and compact plants featuring a high bud count. This selection, produces very large, single flowers with overlapping deep, rich burgundy petals. READY JULY

1 Gallon $14.00
82 Echinacea 'Cheyenne Spirit', Coneflower

First color mix seed strain. Tomato red, florescent orange, magenta, golden yellow and white. 22-30 inches. Clean foliage.

1 Gallon $12.00
83 Echinacea 'Magnus Superior', Purple Coneflower

An improved version of ‘Magnus’. Deeper lavender rays, larger copper center cones, darker stems, and more consistent growth.

1 Gallon $10.00
84 Echinacea 'Merlot', Coneflower

Huge 5 inch wide rose-pink flowers sit atop well branched, burgundy-black stems. Very strong stems and extremely floriferous! READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
85 Echinacea 'Pixie Meadowbrite', Coneflower

This is a dwarf hybrid coneflower that was released by The Chicago Botanical Gardens. It is a cross of E. Tennessensis x E. Purpurea and E. Angustifolia. It grows to 15-20 inches tall and 24 inches wide on rigid stems. A very reliable Coneflower. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
86 Echinacea 'Sombrero Adobe Orange', Coneflower

Bred for cold hardiness and compact form with prolific flowering over an exceptionally long season. One of the best orange Echinacea to date. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
87 Echinacea 'Sombrero Lemon Yellow Improved', Coneflower

Bright yellow, wide, overlapping petals have a very robust appearance. Compact and floriferous. 18-22 inches. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
88 Echinacea 'Sombrero Salsa Red', Coneflower

NEW Considered one of the top performers, this Echinacea has vibrant scarlet red flowers with white undersides and burgundy stems. Remains colorful and attractive longer than many other Coneflowers. 16 inches. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
89 Echinacea Pow Wow White, Coneflower

16-20 inches white with yellow centers atop clean, compact foliage.

1 Gallon $11.00
90 Echinacea purp. 'Pow Wow Wild Berry'

Deep rose purple blooms, 2-3 ft. READY JULY

1 Gallon $10.00
91 Echinacea purpurea 'Fragrant Angel', Coneflower

Large, fragrant flowers with overlapping horizontal white pedals and huge yellow cones. The highest rated white coneflower in the Mt. Cuba Center Echinacea trials. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
92 Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' 1 Gallon $10.00
93 Echinacea purpurea 'Pica Bella', Purple Coneflower

NEW Considered one of the top performers. Deep pink flowers and orange cones with upcurled rays, giving them a starlike look. 2 feet tall. READY MID JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
94 Epimedium 'Pink Champagne', Barrenwort

NEW FOR 2020 This is a very vigorous variety, producing flowers with white spurs and raspberry centers. The foliage is mottled green with dark burgundy. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $20.00
95 Epimedium X rubrum, Red Barrenwort

Great dry shade ground cover.

1 Gallon $20.00
96 Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum', Barrenwort

The fastest spreading Epimedium, 14 inches

1 Gallon $20.00
97 Eryngium yuccifolium, Rattlesnake Master

A unique and eye catching plant for a dry sunny spot. Slightly spiny leaves resemble yucca. Thistle- like bluish white flowers are great for floral arrangements. Native READY JULY

2 Gallon $20.00
98 Eupatorium 'Euphoria Ruby' , Joe Pye Weed

Flowers earlier in the summer than typical Joe Pye, and will have a bloom time extending well into late-summer and fall. One of the first compact Eupatorium for the modern landscape. 24-32 inches. READY JULY

1 Gallon $11.00
99 Eupatorium coelestinum, Hardy ageratum

NATIVE Fuzzy blue flowers atop attractive red stems in September and October, make great cut flowers. Found in old fields, meadows, and along stream banks. Naturalizes readily. 2-3 feet. SOLD OUT FOR 2020

Quarts $5.00
100 Eupatorium dubium 'Baby Joe', Joe Pye Weed

NATIVE Dwarf variety, 2 ft, doesn’t flop SOLD OUT

2 Gallon $12.00
101 Eupatorium maculatum 'Gateway'

NATIVE Compact variety, 4-5 ft. READY JUNE

2 Gallon $12.00
102 Gaillardia X grandiflora 'Mesa Peach'

NATIVE Peach/yellow flowers 16-18 in.,very long blooming READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
103 Galium odoratum, Sweet Woodruff

Great ground cover for shade. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
104 Gaura lindheimeri 'Belleza Dark Pink', Gaura

Excellent branching with shorter flower stems makes this variety ideal for containers. Dark pink flowers have an airy appearance above the compact habit. Very long blooming and drought tolerant. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
105 Gaura lindheimeri 'Belleza White', Windflower

White flowers with excellent branching. 12-18 inches tall. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
106 Gaura lindheimeri 'Whirling butterflies', Wand Flower

White flowers with red sepals are held above graceful foliage. Very long blooming. 36 inches. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
107 Gentiana 'True Blue'

Brilliant blue, very long blooming SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $14.00
108 Geranium 'Azure Rush', Cranesbill

‘Azure Rush’ is a naturally occurring sport of Geranium wallichianum and Geranium himalayense ‘Roseanne’. It was selected for it’s more compact, mounding habit, making it neater and lower growing. Same long blooming habit as ‘Roseanne’. READY JULY

1 Gallon $14.00
109 Geranium 'Johnson's Blue', Cranesbill

Clear, vivid periwinkle blue flowers for an exceptionally long time. From late spring to mid summer. Red/orange fall color. Sheer back the foliage for compact growth habit. READY APRIL

1 Gallon $12.00
110 Geranium 'Roseanne', Cranesbill

Blooms all summer, large purple flowers READU JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
111 Geranium 'Tiny Monster', Cranesbill

Tiny monster is a quick spreading ground cover and long bloomer. Covered with magenta pink flowers late spring through late summer. A cross between G. sanguinium and G. psilostemon READY APRIL

1 Gallon $12.00
112 Geranium cantabrigiense 'Karmina', Cranesbill

This low growing Cranesbill forms a spreading mat of fragrant bright green leaves, bearing clusters of bright bubblegum-pink flowers from late spring into summer. Fairly drought tolerant. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
113 Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety', Bigroot Geranium

Great ground cover for dry shade,evergreen, fragrant foliage. Vivid, magenta pink flowers, nice fall color. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
114 Geranium maculatum, Wild Geranium

Native woodland geranium, colonizes by thick rhizomes, non-aggressive

Quarts $10.00
115 Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei', Cranesbill

Valuable edging or rock garden plant. Forms a nice low mound of fine textured green foliage with bright magenta-pink flowers in late spring and into summer. Tolerant of a wide range of soil and climate conditions, including hot, humid weather. Full sun or partial shade. 6-8 inches by 24 inches. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
116 Geranium x cantabrigiense 'Biokovo', Cranesbill

Great ground cover for sun to part shade, White flowers. 2015 Perennial of the year! READY MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
117 Geum 'Rustico Orange', Geum

Long lived perennial with a compact, mounding habit covered in red orange flowers. It’s deep green foliage with large attractive leaves and a long bloom time are equally desirable in a woodland setting or container. Part shade to full sun. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
118 Geum 'Tempo Rose', Geum

Early blooming producing a plethora of dark, rose-pink flowers on short, dark stems. Very long blooming and good for pollination. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
119 Helenium 'Mariachi Siesta', Sneezeweed

This compact Sneezeweed has great color, compact size and is a pollinator favorite. Blooms from summer to fall. 18 inches. Full sun. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
120 Helenium autumnale Mariachi 'Salsa', Sneezeweed

The dense, compact and tidy habit will be covered with bright red blooms that age to shades of orange and yellow from late summer through fall. A must have for late season color and pollinator activity. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
121 Heliopsis helianthoides 'Summer Sun', Smooth Oxeye

Sturdy 3-4 ft. native sunflower, rarely requires staking, great pollinator. Blooms June- August.

1 Gallon $11.00
122 Heliopsis helianthoides var. scabra 'Burning Hearts', Smooth Oxeye

Dynamic yellow-orange flowers are offset by its deep purple foliage. Great pollinator and cut flower. 3-4 feet.

1 Gallon $10.00
123 Helleborus 'Honeymoon Mix', Lenten Rose

Honeymoon Mix grows 24 inches tall with mixed blooms of Black, Purple, Pink, White, Yellow, and wine red.

1 Gallon $20.00
124 Helleborus 'Honeymoon New York Night', Lenten Rose

Very, very dark purple blooms, so dark that they appear black. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $24.00
125 Helleborus 'Ivory Prince', Lenten Rose

NEW Noted for it’s burgundy pink flower buds, it’s late winter bloom of creamy white flowers and it’s glossy, leathery, evergreen leaves. An upright form with outward facing, cup shaped flowers with overlapping petals bloom atop reddish stems. Flowers acquire pink tones with age. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $24.00
126 Helleborus 'Wedding Party Mix', Lenten Rose

This lively color mix includes double blossoms in shades of pink, yellow, black, white, and purple.

1 Gallon $20.00
127 Helleborus ballerdiae 'Maestro', Lenten Rose

Produces a compact 14 inch tall by 2 foot wide clump of evergreen foliage, topped with hundreds of stalks of rosy pink, outfacing, sterile flowers. Starts blooming in late January. READY JULY

Gallons $22.00
128 Helleborus x ballardiae 'Merlin', Lenten Rose

Outward facing, medium pink flowers on thick plum colored stems. Flowers mature to a deeper cranberry-pink. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $24.00
129 Helleborus x ericsmithii 'Joker', Lenten Rose

NEW One of the most floriferous Hellebores. Large creamy white flowers with pink flushed backs. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $24.00
130 Hemerocallis 'Fire King', Daylily

6 inch, brilliantly orange, heavily ruffled, recurved petals. Lots of buds ensure many weeks of bloom, blooms in midsummer. Nocturnal–tomorrow’s blossoms open during the prior evening. Extended bloom–flowers last at least 16 hours each. This is considered a premium daylily, a dramatic improvement over older orange daylilies

1 Gallon $14.00
131 Hemerocallis 'Fragrant Returns', Daylily

Lightly ruffled blossoms in lemon yellow. Fragrant, reblooming.

1 Gallon $11.00
132 Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns', Daylily

Yellow, repeat bloomer

1 Gallon $11.00
133 Hemerocallis 'Hyperion', Daylily

A nostalgic daylily that has been in cultivation for nearly 90 years. 5 inch canary yellow flowers, fragrant, rebloomer.

1 Gallon $11.00
134 Hemerocallis 'Judy Judy', Daylily

6 inch lavender flowers are strongly fragrant, with a frilly, ruffled yellow picotee edge and prominent creamy yellow throat. 28 inches, blooms mid to late summer.

1 Gallon $14.00
135 Hemerocallis 'Rosy Returns', Daylily

NEW FOR 2020 Rosy-pink flowers, re-blooming. 12 -14 inches tall

1 Gallon $11.00
136 Hemerocallis 'Ruby Stella', Daylily

Fragrant ruby red flowers with yellow throat. Re-bloomer.

1 Gallon $11.00
137 Heuchera 'Caramel', Coral Bells

Villosa hybrid, prized for it’s vigor and densely robust habit. Caramel colored foliage with pink undersides. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
138 Heuchera 'Fire Alarm', Coral Bells

NEW FOR 2020 This hybrid of H. Villosa has thick, leathery red leaves that make a medium size mound. Bright red in spring and fall and darkens to a brown-red in summer. Won the silver medal for best Heuchera in the shade in Ohio State trials. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
139 Heuchera 'Forever Purple', Coral Bells

Forever purple has ultra purple glossy leaves with fluted edges and great vigor. A real show stopper. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
140 Heuchera 'Georgia Peach', Coral Bells

Villosa hybrid, peachy colored foliage. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
141 Heuchera 'Grape Timeless', Coral Bells

Shiny, dark purple leaves with charcoal veining. Bright pink flowers on dark purple stems. Very long blooming. READY JULY

1 Gallon $14.00
142 Heuchera 'Lime Marmalade', Coral Bells

A sport of ‘Marmalade’, heavily ruffled, smaller lime green to chartreuse leaves form a compact, mounded clump. Compared to ‘Lime Rickey’, this is a larger variety that works well as a landscape plant as well as in containers. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
143 Heuchera 'Palace Purple', Coral Bells

Nice purple variety, sun tolerant READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
144 Heuchera 'Paris', Coral Bells

Heucheras aren’t typically known for their flowers. This one is covered in deep rose colored blooms from May til frost. Foliage is similar to ‘Dale’s Strain’. Part shade. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
145 Heuchera 'Plum Pudding'

Great purple/silver variety. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
146 Heuchera 'Silver Scrools', Coral Bells

purple/silver leaves READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
147 Heuchera 'Timeless Glow', Coral Bells

NEW FOR 2020 Chartreuse yellow foliage has a silver overlay and matures to lime green. Foliage is best in partial sun and greener in full shade. Intense, rose pink flowers contrast beautifully with the bright foliage. Very long blooming. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $14.00
148 Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain'

NATIVE Green with white to purple veination, native READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
149 Heuchera villosa 'Autumn Bride, Coral Bell

HUGE fuzzy green leaves, very drought tolerant, great in dry shade, beautiful white flowers in fall READY JULY

1 Gallon $11.00
150 Heuchera villosa 'Bronze Wave', Coral Bells

A cousin to ‘Autumn Bride’,’Bronze Wave’ is sturdy, perhaps an 18 inch or larger clump. Excellent shade groundcover that can happily compete with tree roots and come out looking good. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
151 Hypericum calycinum 'Fiesta', St. John's Wort

The best variegated St. John Wort on the market. Green with a chartreuse yellow edge and a pink flush on the new growth. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
152 Hypericum calycinum, St. John's wort

A stoloniferous subshrub or shrublet, typically growing 12 inches high and 24 inches wide. Frequently used as a groundcover. Large yellow flowers in summer. Full sun to partial shade. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
153 Iris cristata, Crested Iris

Native dwarf iris QUARTS READY MAY

Quarts $8.00 Gallons $10.00
154 Iris ensata 'Variegata', Variegated Japanese Iris

Very showy for water’s edge or average garden soil. 4 ft. tall, vertical green and creamy white variegation, topped with purple flowers in late spring. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $14.00
155 Iris siberica 'Caesar's Brother'

Purple flowering READY MAY

1 Gallon $13.00
156 Iris siberica 'Swan in Flight', Siberian Iris

This later blooming variety has extremely large, 5 inch ivory white flowers that are wider and fuller than the classic ‘White Swirl’. READY MAY

1 Gallon $13.00
157 Iris versicolor 'Purple Flame', Blue Flag Iris

Beautiful purple foliage emerges in spring and slowly transitions to green. ‘Purple Flame’ has a richer, more intense cast to it’s stems and flowers as well. discovered at the Mt. Cuba Center.

1 Gallon $16.00
158 Iris versicolor, Blue Flag Iris

Blue flowers, great for wetlands, native N/A

1 Gallon $11.00
159 Laurentia fluviatilis, Blue Star Creeper

A wonderful creeping perennial for around steeping stones and around ponds or decks. Likes moist well drained, soil. READY MID APRIL

Quarts $5.00
160 Lavendula x intermedia 'Phenomenal', Lavender

Compact variety, humidity tolerant 32 inches high and wide. READY MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
161 Leucanthemum 'Becky', Daisy

Nice compact variety.

1 Gallon $10.00
162 Liatris 'Kobold', Gayfeather

Great cut flower, tolerates clay soils. More compact than species. READY APRIL

1 Gallon $10.00
163 Liatris spicata, Gayfeather

NATIVE 3-5 feet, the tallest of the genus READY APRIL

$10.00
164 Ligularia 'Bottle Rocket', Ligularia

This compact selection is considered an improvement over it’s parent, forming a dense clump of large, serrated, dark green leaves and mustard yellow flowers on chocolate stems, in midsummer. Great for cutting. Needs a moist location. Likes afternoon shade. 30 inches tall.

1 Gallon $16.00
165 Ligularia 'Little Rocket', Ligularia

NEW A dwarf version of ‘The Rocket’ reaching 3 feet tall. Suitable for a small garden or container.

1 Gallon $16.00
166 Ligularia dentata 'Brit Marie Crawford', Ligularia

Dramatic dark chocolate-maroon foliage contrasts boldly with its yellow-orange daisy like flowers. Great in containers. Loves consistently moist soils, avoid afternoon sun. 3-4 ft. tall

1 Gallon $16.00
167 Lobelia cardinalis, Cardinal Flower

Bright red flowers, great for waterside, native READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
168 Lobelia siphilatica, Blue Lobelia

Blue spikes on this native, wetland loving perennial attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Naturalizes in boggy areas. READY JUNE 

1 Gallon $10.00
169 Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea', Creeping Jenny

Very fast growing, aggressive ground cover for full sun or part shade. Bright gold color is best in full sun READY MAY

Quarts $5.00
170 Mazus reptans 'Albus', White Creeping Mazus

Superb groundcover that forms a low creeping mat of green leaves with small white flowers in the spring. Perfect for use between flagstone or as a lawn substitute. Sun or partial sun.

Gallons $10.00
171 Mazus reptans, Mazus

Great walkable groundcover for sun or shade , purple flowers N/A

Quarts $5.50
172 Monarda 'Cambridge Scarlet', Bee Balm

The only true red flowering cultivar to rate among the top performers. It has large 3 1/2 inch wide, didyma-like flowers that are great for attracting hummingbirds. This cultivar shares many other traits in common with ‘Jacob cline’, however, it is 1 foot shorter and has more consistent powdery mildew resistance. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
173 Monarda bradburiana, Eastern Bee Balm

Native to the central U.S. This Bee Balm is a clump former and doesn’t take over the garden. It doesn’t get mildew and has beautiful foliage. It’s the earliest of the Bee Balms to bloom, starting in May. 18 inches tall by 4 feet wide READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
174 Monarda didyma 'Purple Rooster', Beebalm

Royal purple flowers bloom all summer on sturdy stems with no staking! Mildew resistant. 3 feet tall READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
175 Monarda fistulosa 'Claire Grace', Wild Burgamot

Soft lavender, pin cushion like flowers. Quite mildew resistant, with excellent shiny foliage READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
176 Monarda punctata, Spotted Beebalm

NATIVE A Clump forming, mint family member that features yellow, two lipped flowers which are spotted with purple. Great for pollination. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
177 Monarda Sugar Buzz 'Cherry Pops', Bee Balm

Cherry Red, well branched stems in an upright clump that won’t run all over the garden. Very resistant to powdery mildew! 20 inches SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $10.00
178 Monarda Sugar Buzz 'Rockin Raspberry', Bee Balm

Same characteristics of the other Sugar Buzz series with deep raspberry purple flowers and dark green foliage. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
179 Nepeta 'Cat's Pajamas', Catmint

A smaller version of Cat’s Meow, only reaching 12 inches. Also blooms 2-3 weeks earlier than Cat’s Meow’. Unlike older varieties that only produce flowers at he top of the stems, this improved variety blooms from the soil to the tips of the stems. 2021 Proven Winner Perennial of the year. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $12.00
180 Nepeta 'Walker's Low', Catmint

Blue flowers, very long blooming. 2-2 1/2 feet tall. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
181 Nepeta racemosa 'Little Titch', Catmint

8-10 inches, great plant for edging READY JULY

1 Gallon $10.00
182 Ophiopogon japonicus 'Nana', Dwarf Mondo Grass

Creates a lush groundcover of dense, dark green grass-like clumps. Excellent as an edging plant. Evergreen. READY MAY

Quarts $5.00
183 Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens', Black Mondo Grass

Stunning contrast for the front of the border with dense, purple-black, grass like foliage. Produces dark lavender flowers followed by purple berries in fall, creating additional interest. READY MAY

$10.00/ Quarts
184 Pachysandra procumbens, Allegheny Spurge

Slow spreading native Pachysandra, great plant READY JULY

Quarts $9.00
185 Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Sheen', Japanese Spurge

Excellent evergreen, deer resistant ground cover for shade 

$50/flat of 32, 2 inch pots
186 Paeonia 'Kansas', Peony

NEW Large, bright, watermelon red flowers on strong stems in early summer. READY MAY

2 Gallon $18.00
187 Paeonia 'Karl Rosenfeld', Peony

Fully double, considered one of the best reds. READY MAY

2 Gallon $25
188 Paeonia 'Sarah Bernhardt', Peony

Very large, double flowers. Pastel pink, very fragrant. READY MAY

2 Gallon $25
189 Paeonia 'Shirley Temple', Peony

Delightfully fragrant, double white blooms with just a hint of pink blush. READY JULY

2 Gallon $25
190 Penstemon 'Blackbeard', Blackbeard Beardtongue

Blackbeard is the latest in the line of dark-foliaged Penstemon digitalis hybrids. In spring, the new burgundy red foliage emerges from the 30″ tall, very sturdy, upright, burgundy stems. As the leaves mature, their color changes to dark black-purple. In early May the stalks are topped with clusters of mauvy lavender flowers. This Penstemon has the darkest foliage of all the hybrids

1 Gallon $11.00
191 Penstemon 'Onyx and Pearls', Beardtongue

Named after two polar opposite color of gemstomes, onyx for the dark foliage and pearls for it’s soft lavender flowers with white interiors. From a distance the flowers look white. Compared to ‘Blackbeard’, this variety is a taller, fuller plant with lighter colored flowers. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
192 Penstemon digitalis 'Dark Towers'

Dark purple foliage READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
193 Penstemon digitalis 'Husker Red', Beardtongue

Maroon foliage with white tubular flowers. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $10.00
194 Perovskia 'Little Spire', Russian Sage

With the same drought tolerance and silvery texture of the others, ‘Little Spire’ rarely exceeds two feet tall and never falls over. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
195 Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Denim 'n Lace', Russian Sage

Demin n Lace is a smaller, more compact Russian Sage. It has stronger stems and a more upright habit than other varieties. The calyxes are spaced very close together to give the flowers a very full look. It looks like it is still in bloom even when it is past it’s peak! 30 inches tall. 2020 Proven Winner Perennial of the year. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $13.00
196 Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Superba', Russian Sage

Tall, loose spikes of lavender-blue flowers bloom from summer to fall. Drought tolerant. 3-4 feet READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
197 Phlox divaricata 'Blue Moon', Woodland Phlox

Great native groundcover for the shade garden. Tolerates dry shade. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
198 Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise', Garden Phlox

I spotted this at the Chicago Botanical Gardens last summer and couldn’t believe how blue it was! Introduced by Piet Oudolf in 1990. The flowers respond to differing light conditions and open violet blue at dawn, develop a purple hue during the day and change back to violet blue at dusk. 2-3 feet tall with good powdery mildew resistance. The color reminds me of a blue Hydrangea READY MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
199 Phlox paniculata 'Cover Girl', Tall Garden Phlox

A new color to add to the popular Garden Girl series. With all of the same characteristics of ‘Glamour Girl’ with lavender purple flowers. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
200 Phlox paniculata 'Fashionably Early Crystal', Garden Phlox

This is anew hybrid Phlox that blooms earlier then average tall garden phlox, starting about 2-3 weeks earlier. Pure white flowers with a faint light purple eye appear from early summer well into mid summer with some rebloom in fall. Broad, dark green foliage stays beautiful all season. It has exceptional mildew resistance, thick leathery leaves, and a stoloniferous habit. Very long blooming without shearing. 28-32 inches READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
201 Phlox paniculata 'Fashionably Early Princess', Hybrid Phlox

‘Fashionably Early Princess’ is the first in the series to bloom. Light fuchsia pink flowers with a darker eye appear well into midsummer with some rebloom in the fall. Broad thick, glossy green foliage stays beautiful all season long. Exceptional mildew resistance. READY MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
202 Phlox paniculata 'Glamour Girl', Garden Phlox

‘Glamour Girl’ maintains bright green, healthy looking foliage on strong stems all summer, with hot coral pink flowers in mid through late summer. She powers through hot, humid summers with ease, shaking off any signs of powdery mildew that looks her way.

1 Gallon $11.00
203 Phlox paniculata 'Jeana', Garden Phlox

This selection possesses outstanding mildew resistance with carrying shades of sweetly scented, lavender-pink flowers, vibrant midsummer through early autumn. Foliage remains clean green while flower clusters create a tiered effect along upright, multi-stemmed branches. Rated as one of the best Phlox for pollination. 4-5 feet. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
204 Phlox paniculata 'Party Girl', Tall Garden Phlox

Yet another color to add to the Garden Girls series. This one is white with a star shaped light pink center. READY MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
205 Phlox stolonifera 'Blue Ridge', Woodland Phlox

NATIVE A vigorous mat forming perennial wildflower. In late spring the foliage is crowned by loose clusters of starry blue flowers. Great groundcover for partly shaded woodlands. READY MID MAY

$12.00
206 Phlox subulata 'Emerald Blue', Creeping Phlox 1 Gallon $10.00
207 Phlox subulata 'Emerald Pink', Creeping Phlox 1 Gallon $10.00
208 Phlox subulata 'Snowflake', Creeping Phlox

White creeping phlox READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
209 Polygonatum bifiorum 'Variegatum', Variegated Solomon Seal

Very ornamental variegated foliage forms colonies in shade/ pt. sun READY JULY

1 Gallon $18.00
210 Polygonatum biflorum, Solomon Seal

NATIVE Easily grown in average, medium to wet, well drained soil in part to full shade. Prefers moist, humusy soil. Slowly spread by rhizomes to form colonies in optimum growing conditions.

1 Gallon $12.00
211 Polygonatum odoratum 'Ruby Slippers', Solomon Seal

Deep green foliage with silvery undersides. Stems are bright red from the base to the tip. Very showy. Great groundcover for the shade.

1 Gallon $20.00
212 Pulmonaria 'Trevi Fountain', Lungwort

Great heat and humidity tolerance. Heavily spotted leaves topped with large, dark cobalt blue flowers in late February. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $16.00
213 Rosemarinus 'Arp', Rosemary

The hardiest Rosemary READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00
214 Rudbeckia 'American Goldrush', Black Eyed Susan

American Goldrush is a naturally compact cultivar (a bit more compact than Goldsturm) with narrow 2 inch wide hairy foliage bred for it’s resistance to Septoria leaf spot. Introduced by Intrinsic Perennial Gardens. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
215 Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldsturm', Black Eyed Susan 1 Gallon $10.00
216 Rudbeckia fulgida 'Little Goldstar', Black Eyed Susan

This knee high performer is a knockout in the landscape! At 12-16 inches, it forms a tidy, compact clump. Blooms July-October. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $12.00
217 Rudbeckia laciniata 'Autumn Sun', Yellow Coneflower

Native cone flower, very long blooming, 7-8 ft. Likes moist soil READY JUNE

2 Gallon 16.00
218 Rudbeckia maxima, Great Coneflower

Giant powder blue basal foliage 2 feet across. 4-6 feet tall. Yellow flowers late spring, early summer. Good pollinator.

2 Gal. $12.00
219 Ruellia humilis, Wild Petunia

A Missouri native prairie perennial occurring in dryish soils in open woods and fields. Blooms May to October. 2 Feet tall. Will reseed, this one shows up in the nursery and blooms all season long!

1 Gallon $10.00
220 Salvia 'Arctic Blaze Fuschsia', Sage

Arctic Blaze is a series that combines the larger, brighter blooms of annual Salvia species with the hardiness of perennial types. Hot pink flowers are covered over dark mahogany to maroon stems above an airy base of foliage. Blooms all summer. 2 feet READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
221 Salvia 'Arctic Blaze Purple', Sage

Bred for improved hardiness and repeat blooming. Blooms from spring through fall. Zone 6a. 24 inches READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
222 Salvia 'Arctic Blaze Red', Sage

Bright red flowers on compact plants with flexible branches. Blooms spring until fall. READY MID JULY

1 Gallon $10.00
223 Salvia Fashionista 'Evening Attire', Sage

The darkest, most vibrant blue of the Fashionista collection. Huge, vivid violet blue flowers are packed tightly into a refined habit. All the varieties in this collection are pratensis hybrids. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
224 Salvia greggii 'Wild Thing', Sage

NEW For vibrant color in a hot, dry, sunny spot, we suggest this hardy Salvia. Bright reddish-pink blooms emerge from burgundy calyxes on 2-3 foot stems. Very long blooming. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
225 Salvia nemerosa 'May Night', Sage

Dark purple spikes, very long blooming, heavy re bloomer

1 Gallon $10.00
226 Salvia nemerosa 'White Profusion', Salvia

NEW This new Salvia hybrid will continue to re-bloom throughout the summer, with sheering, of course. With a shorter and denser habit, this Salvia will tuck nicely into any perennial border. READY MAY

1 Gallon $12.00
227 Salvia nemorosa 'Caradonna', Sage

Noted for it’s vivid indigo flowers along deep purple-black stems. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
228 Salvia nemorosa 'Snow Hill', Sage

White blooming Salvia

1 Gallon $10.00
229 Salvia pratensis 'Eveline', Sage

Selected by plantsmen Piet Oudolf at his nursery in Hummelo, Netherlands. This mid sized selection is well branched, with flowers of an unusual mauve-purple shade. Repeat blooming if dead headed. READY MAY

1 Gallon $11.00
230 Scabiosa columbaria 'Butterfly Blue', Pincushion Flower

A profusion of blue-purple pincushion flowers. A butterfly magnet, blooming May until frost. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $10.00
231 Sedum 'Carl', Stonecrop

Distinguished from ‘Autumn Joy’ by its compact habit and resistance to stem rot. 18 inches READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
232 Sedum 'Dazzleberry'

Low growing, smoky blue foliage with giant 6-8 in. raspberry colored flowers

1 Gallon $10.00 Quarts $5.00
233 Sedum dasyphyllum 'Major', Stonecrop

Powdery blue-grey leaves, accented by tiny white flower clusters. Perfect for rock gardens, between stepping stones or in the crevices of dry walls.

1 Gallon $10.00
234 Sedum forsterianum 'Oracle', Stonecrop

NEW FOR 2020 One of the more unusual textured species, with whorls of silver-green foliage. 4-6 inches tall

Quarts $6.00
235 Sedum reflexum 'Blue Spruce', stonecrop

Tight blue foliage resembles a Blue Spruce. Very hardy and drought tolerant 

Quarts $5.00
236 Sedum rupestre 'Angelina'

Bright yellow foliage, evergreen, great fall color

Quarts $5.50
237 Sedum rupestre 'Prima Angelina', Stonecrop

This new variety has a denser, more compact habit and more vivid golden color that ‘Angelina’.

1 Gallon $10.00
238 Sedum spectable 'Autumn Fire'

READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
239 Sedum spurium 'Fulda Glow', Stonecrop

Improved dragon’s blood. Short and tidy 4in., red color intensifies with cooler weather

Quarts $5.00
240 Sedum spurium 'John Creech'

Tight green foliage, great ground cover

Gallons $10.00
241 Sedum Sunsparkler Series 'Angelina's Teacup', Stonecrop

Bred to not produce flowers so the showy mound stays neat and tidy. Holds it’s color all season long until it turns orange and red in the fall. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
242 Sedum Sunsparkler Series 'Firecracker', Stonecrop

Firecracker has shiny cherry-red thumbnail-sized leaves from early spring through late fall. 6 inches tall by 18 inches wide.

1 Gallon $10.00
243 Sedum Sunsparkler Series 'Plum Dazzled', Stonecrop

Stunning dark purple foliage and large, cherry red flowers. 16 inches by 8 inches tall. READY AUGUST

1 Gallon $10.00
244 Sedum Sunsparkler Series 'Wildfire', Stonecrop

Ruby red foliage with pink variegation. 6 inches tall by 18 inches wide.

1 Gallon $10.00
245 Sedum telephium 'Autumn Charm', Stonecrop

A variegated sport of ‘Autumn Joy’. Light green leaves with a buttery white band on the serrated edge. Very showy.

1 Gallon $10.00
246 Sempervivium 'Jade Rose', Hens and Chics

Rosettes of red leaves, tipped with green, and unique webbed edges

Gallons $10.00
247 Sempervivum 'Mona Lisa', Hens and Chicks

Very round, olive green, symmetrical rosettes open a bit to reveal a red base. Small 2 inch rosettes with heavy webbing.

1 Gallon $10.00
248 Sisyrinchium angustifolium 'Lucerne', Blue eyed grass

Bright blue star shaped flowers atop Iris like foliage May through June

1 Gallon $11.00
249 Solidago rugosa 'Fireworks', Goldenrod

Aggressive ground cover

1 Gallon $10.00
250 Spigelia marilandica, Indian Pink

One of the most striking and beautiful of the native perennials. Canary red flowers with yellow throats. Part shade

Quarts $7.00
251 Stachys 'Hummelo', Betony

Unlike Stachys byzantine, this species forms large, rounded clumps of green, long and narrow, textured leaves. It is lovely even when it’s not in bloom. Early through mid summer, sturdy spikes of lavender flowers appear putting on quite a display.

1 Gallon $10.00
252 Stachys byzantina 'Helen Von Stein', Lamb's Ear

Biggest leaved Lamb’s Ear, grown for it’s wonderful, soft velvety, silver-green foliage. Deer resistant. 10 inches tall by 18 inches wide.

1 Gallon $10.00
253 Stachys minima, Dwarf Betony

Stachys minima is a dwarf, rhizomatous, green leaved perennial that grows to only 4-8 inches tall. Flowering June through July, it is a show stopper. Great for edging and front of the border.

1 Gallon $10.00
254 Stokesia laevis 'Honeysong Purple', Stoke's Aster

True royal purple flowers with a hint of red towards the center that darkens as it ages. The contrasting white stamens and purple-tinged stems add to its appeal. Neatly mounding foliage. 14 inches.

1 Gallon $10.00
255 Stokesia laevis 'Peachie's Pick', Stoke's Aster

Lavender flowers with incredible flower power. The flowers just keep coming and coming! Very compact READY JUNE

1 Gallon $10.00
256 Thalictrum 'Black Stockings', Meadow Rue

Meadow rue has beautiful lacy foliage a bit like Columbine. This selection produces rather tall clumps, with near-black stems that bear huge clusters of bright lavender-magenta flowers in midsummer. Makes an unusual cut flower. 47-70 inches

1 Gallon $14.00
257 Thalictrum ichangense 'Evening Star', Meadow Rue

A wonderful shade perennial with foliage similar to an Epimedium. Leaflets colored olive, tan, and copper to red-brown are held on wiry stems; each with a central silver star. Tufts of lavender flowers float over the foliage spring through summer. 8 in.

1 Gallon $14.00
258 Thymus pseudolanuginosus, Woolly thyme

Woolly foliage, great walkable plant READY MID APRIL

Qaurts $5.00
259 Thymus serphyllum 'Elfin', Creeping Thyme

Tight foliage, great for stepping stones READY MID APRIL

Quarts $5.00
260 Thymus serphyllum 'Pink Chintz', Creeping Thyme

Tiny, pink flowers cover fuzzy, gray green leaves which emit a pleasing scent when stepped on. Great for stepping stones and dry conditions. READY MID APRIL

Quarts $5.00
261 Tiarella 'Elizabeth Oliver', Foamflower

NEW Red streaked leaves with a tidy, clumping habit.

1 Gallon $12.00
262 Tiarella 'Pink Skyrocket', Foamflower

NEW Pink Skyrocket is a clump forming hybrid with palmate, strongly dissected leaves, highlighted with black to dark red markings. In Fall, plants grown in the sun are burnished bronze, plants grown in the shade are deep shiny black. READY JUNE

1 Gallon $14.00
263 Tiarella 'Running Tapestry', Foamflower

Makes a great native woodland groundcover. Attracts pollinators. N/A

1 Gallon $12.00
264 Tiarella 'Spring Symphony', Foamflower

NEW A clump forming Tiarella with deeply lobed, olive green leaves marked with dark purple. READY MID MAY

1 Gallon $14.00
265 Tiarella cordifolia 'Brandywine', Foamflower

Makes a great native ground cover for the shade. Fall and winter color is an attractive bronze. Tolerates dry shade.

1 Gallon $12.00
266 Verbena bonariensis 'Lollipop', Stick verbena

A dwarf version of the species. 2 ft. tall. READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
267 Verbena bonariensis, Stick Verbena

Great for butterflies. A very long bloomer. Marginal but a heavy re-seeder. READY MAY

$10.00
268 Verbena canadensis 'Homestead Purple', Verbena

Trailing, deep purple flowers from June-frost. This one is considered an annual to zone 6 or less, but worth the risk since it blooms all summer! READY MAY

1 Gallon $10.00
269 Vernonia lettermannii 'Iron butterfly', Ironweed

NATIVE Foliage very similar to Amsonia, 36 inches, purple flowers in fall

1 Gallon $10.00
270 Veronica 'Blue Skywalker, Spike Speedwell

Great plant for urban gardens with limited space. Incredibly upright making it a great choice for small spaces. 28 inches tall by 18 wide.

1 Gallon $11.00
271 Veronica 'Perfectly Picasso', Spike Speedwell

Paintbrush like spikes produce white buds that open to pink. the contrast give this plant a unique look. 22 inches.

1 Gallon $11.00
272 Veronica 'Whitewater, Speedwell

Dainty white flowers cover this glossy green groundcover early spring to mid summer. Bronze foliage in fall

1 Gallon $10.00
273 Veronica peduncularis 'Georgia Blue', Creeping Speedwell

Low growing, spring blooming ground cover, blue flowers, deer and drought resistant.

1 Gallon $10.00
274 Veronicastrum virginicum, Culvers root

NATIVE Big dramatic spikes of Veronica like flowers in July and August. Very long lasting once established. 4-6 ft., best used in the back of the border READY JUNE

1 Gallon $11.00 2 Gallon $15.00
275 Viola walteri 'Silver Gem', Violet

Very showy silvery foliage, purple flowers, slow growing native cultivar for the shade. SOLD OUT

1 Gallon $13.00

Shrubs

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Caryopteris clandonensis 'Longwood Blue', Bluebeard

Caryopteris needs full sun and a light, well drained soil. Avoid heavy, wet, clay type soil. Great for the perennial border for late season color. Butterfly magnet. Longwood Blue extends the bloom season with a later bloom time than other bluebeards. 2-3 ft. READY JULY

3 Gallon $25.00

Vines

# Name Description Price Photo
1 Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty', Crossvine

A Better behaved cousin to the less than polite trumpet vine. This Native vine can grow in full sun or partial shade. Blooms in late spring, early summer. 30-40 ft.

1 Gallon $14.00
2 Clematis 'Jackmanii', Clematis

Deep purple flowers from June- October. READY JULY

1 Gallon $20.00
3 Clematis 'Madame Le Coultre', Clematis

NEW Very large, 5-6 inch white flowers with overlapping petals to create a fuller appearing flower. READY JULY

1 Gallon $14.00
4 Clematis rooguchi, Clematis

This variety is a free flowering form, starting in early May and continuing through September. 2 inch cobalt blue bell shaped flowers on a 6 foot tall tendril-less vine. This one will need support, or you can let it grow on the ground or weave it through shrubs.

1 Gallon $20.00
5 Clematis x Nelly Moser, Nelly Moser Clematis

Large, showy pink blooms with red centers and flashy dark pink ribbons on each petal. First flush of flowers may be followed by a second, smaller flush. READY JULY

$20.00
6 Hydrangea anomala petiolaris, Climbing Hydrangea

Vigorous climbing vine. Slow-growing shrubby habit until established, then quite vigorous. White lacecap blooms in summer

3 Galllon $50.00
7 Lonicera sempervirens 'Major Wheeler', Coral Honeysuckle

Considered the best of the reds. Very long blooming and mildew resistant. a hummingbird magnet. READY JUNE

2 Gallon $20.00