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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
ABELIA KALEIDOSCOPE
ABELIA KALEIDOSCOPE Kaleidoscope Abelia Highly ornamental form of this popular and reliable landscape shrub. Broadleaf evergreen shrub, compact and dense low mounding. Bright red stems hold glossy variegated leaves; yellow with green center, turning to gold, orange and firey red in fall. Fragrant white flowers summer into fall. Tolerates shade with best color in full sun.
ABELIA X ‘LYNN’
ABELIA X ‘LYNN’ Color Choice® Pinky Bells® Abelia Lavender-pink flowers dangle from stems from mid-summer to fall. This compact plant has the largest flowers of any Abelia! New growth on the foliage and stems takes on red hues in late spring and fall.
ABIES BALSAMEA CANAAN
ABIES BALSAMEA CANAAN Canaan Fir A popular Christmas tree variety having a relatively dense, pyramidal crown with a slender spire-like tip that often imparts a formal appearance. Foliage color is lustrous dark green to bluish green with silvery stomatic bands on the underside of the needles.
ABIES CANAAN VALLEY
ABIES CANAAN VALLEY West Virginia Fir An attractive medium-sized tree exhibiting a relatively dense, pyramidal crown with a slender spire-like tip that often imparts a formal appearance. Foliage is a lustrous dark green to bluish green with silvery bands on the underside of the needles.
ABIES CONCOLOR
ABIES CONCOLOR White Fir Narrow conical conifer with a straight trunk, spire-like crown and branching to the base.
ABIES CONCOLOR BLUE SELECT
ABIES CONCOLOR BLUE SELECT Select Blue White Fir A pyramidal evergreen with powder blue needles and 3-6" purple cones.
ABIES K. HORSTMANS SILBERLOCKE
ABIES K. HORSTMANS SILBERLOCKE Silberlocke Korean Fir Upward-curving, deep green needles reveal a contrasting bright silver-white underside. An abundance of large showy cones held upright along the branches are produced. It is a slow growing tree that develops into a striking specimen.
ABIES NANA
ABIES NANA Dwarf Balsam Fir A very small globe-shaped evergreen shrub with dense dark green needles on horizontal spreading branches. Makes an outstanding specimen for rock gardens and mixed borders.
ACANTHUS SPINOSUS
ACANTHUS SPINOSUS Spiny Bear's Breeches Large, spiny leaves make a bold statement. Use as a background or specimen plant. White to light purple flowers in late Spring.
ACER BUERGERIANUM
ACER BUERGERIANUM Trident Maple A medium-sized tree that can be used as a street tree or specimen. The trident-shaped leaves turn red and orange in the fall. The new foliage emerges red-purple and then changes to green for summer.  Fall coloring is burgundy red.  Bark exfoliates when young.
ACER CAMPESTRE
ACER CAMPESTRE Hedge Maple A small, low-branched, dense, rounded, deciduous tree or large multi-stemmed shrub.
ACER GINNALA FLAME
ACER GINNALA FLAME Flame Amur Maple Adaptable small tree or dense shrub. Glossy dark green leaves in summer and change to one of the most brilliant red colored trees in the fall. Good as a street tree, patio planting, or clipped hedge.
ACER GRANDIDENTATUM ‘HIPZAM’
ACER GRANDIDENTATUM ‘HIPZAM’ Highland Park® Maple Tough tree with a dense pyramidal habit. Thick, black green foliage changes to orange and red in the fall.
ACER GRISEUM
ACER GRISEUM Paperbark Maple Slow growing tree valued for its attractive, cinnamon-colored, exfoliating bark. Red to orange fall color. Disease and insect resistant.
ACER GRISEUM ‘GINZAM’
ACER GRISEUM ‘GINZAM’ Gingerbread™ Paper Bark Maple A vigorous, upright grower with attractive, exfoliating bark and brilliant orange-red fall color.
ACER JAP ACONITIFOLIUM
ACER JAP ACONITIFOLIUM Fernleaf Full Moon Maple Fern-like leaves are deeply divided into 9-11 lobes. Magnificent crimson, orange and yellow fall colors.
ACER JAP AUTUMN MOON
ACER JAP AUTUMN MOON Autumn Moon Fullmoon Japanese Maple An outstanding small tree for limited garden spaces. The new growth unfurls yellow to burnt orange, with underlying tones of orange, salmon and chartreuse for the remainder of the season. The exceptional fall foliage displays varying shades of gold to red.
ACER JAP ED WOOD
ACER JAP ED WOOD Ed Wood Japanese Maple A large leaved japonicum. Leaves are almost as big as your head. Very nice fall colors of yellow, orange, and red.
ACER JAP GREEN CASCADE
ACER JAP GREEN CASCADE Green Cascade Fullmoon Maple Large, deeply-divided leaves turn beautiful shades of red and orange in fall. The contorted, weeping habit provides winter interest.
ACER JAP MEIGETSU
ACER JAP MEIGETSU Meigetsu Fullmoon Japanese Maple Large round green leaves, various hues of orange, red, yellow, and burgundy in the fall.
ACER MIYABEI MORTON STATE STREET
ACER MIYABEI MORTON STATE STREET State Street™ Maple Outstanding maple known for its durability, adaptability, and multiple seasons of interest. Uniform growing tree more densely branched than most maples, making it an excellent shade tree. Satin-surfaced, medium to dark green leaves are attractive all season, in fall changing to a pale golden hue. Exceptional tolerance to urban pollution, heat, cold, acidic or alkaline soil, and is fairly drought tolerant for a maple once established.
ACER NEGUNDO FLAMINGO
ACER NEGUNDO FLAMINGO Flamingo Boxelder Maple Strong pink overtones to attractive cream and green variegated foliage will brighten your early spring landscape. This is the perfect tree for small spaces!
ACER NEGUNDO VARIEGATED
ACER NEGUNDO VARIEGATED Variegated Boxelder Maple Slow growing, rounded tree with gray brown bark and variegated leaves. The leaves are green with irregular white borders. Color will be best in cool weather. Occasionally may have solid white leaves.
ACER P.D. CRIMSON PRINCESS
ACER P.D. CRIMSON PRINCESS Crimson Princess Laceleaf Japanese Maple Excellent dissectum Maple with red foliage and cascading branches. Retains red color well in summer, and turns scarlet in fall. More compact than 'Crimson Queen'.
ACER P.D. CRIMSON QUEEN
ACER P.D. CRIMSON QUEEN Crimson Queen Japanese Maple A low-branching dwarf tree with a delicate weeping effect. The foliage holds its beautiful crimson color throughout the summer and can turn bright scarlet in autumn. Thrives in a bright dappled shade setting elsewhere.
ACER P.D. EMERALD LACE
ACER P.D. EMERALD LACE Emerald Lace Laceleaf Japanese Maple Pale green, very finely cut leaves emerge in the spring, with hints of pink. Leaves turn medium green in summer and red-purple in fall.
ACER P.D. EVER-RED
ACER P.D. EVER-RED Ever Red Japanese Maple Dwarf tree with a delicate weeping effect that holds a beautiful, deep red color throughout summer before dropping in the fall. Well-suited for use as a small lawn tree or on patios and entryways.
ACER P.D. GARNET
ACER P.D. GARNET Garnet Laceleaf Japanese Maple Rich garnet foliage. The habit of 'Garnet' is more upright than the typical mounding lace leaf types.
ACER P.D. JEDDELOH ORANGE
ACER P.D. JEDDELOH ORANGE Jeddeloh Orange Japanese Maple Small weeping tree with finely cut deep reddish-orange leaves. Need sun and wind protection in cold-winter areas. Great accent plant. Excellent for containers as a patio plant.
ACER P.D. ORANGEOLA
ACER P.D. ORANGEOLA Orangeola Japanese Maple A season-long kaleidoscope of colors ranging from green to purple before changing to a brilliant shade of orange-red in the fall. This graceful, arching deciduous tree displays deeply-lobed, finely-serrated leaves, giving it an artistic lacy effect.
ACER P.D. RED DRAGON
ACER P.D. RED DRAGON Red Dragon Japanese Maple The display of bright-red, new growth that turns dark purple-maroon and maintains its color through hot summer months makes for an excellent garden tree. In fall the flaming-scarlet foliage marks the end of the growing season. This vigorous, compact tree grows slowly into a beautiful, cascading mound.
ACER P.D. TAMUKEYAMA
ACER P.D. TAMUKEYAMA Tamukeyama Japanese Maple Rich, crimson new leaves mature to purple-red and maintain their color even in the hot, humid summers. Bright scarlet-red fall color. Broadly mounding habit with cascading branches.
ACER P.D. VIRIDIS
ACER P.D. VIRIDIS Green Laceleaf Japanese Maple The most popular of the green weepers. Bright green, intricately divided leaves; which turn golden-yellow, with tints of red, in the fall.
ACER PA. ATROLINEAR
ACER PA. ATROLINEAR Willow Leaf Japanese Maple Long, narrow-lobed leaves emerge red-purple and mature to red-orange, on an upright tree.
ACER PA. ATROPURPUREA
ACER PA. ATROPURPUREA Red Leaf Japanese Maple This graceful deciduous tree displays star-like leaves that hold their excellent red-purple color all summer.
ACER PA. BENI HIME
ACER PA. BENI HIME Beni Hime Japanese Dwarf Maple A cheery dwarf maple that is among the smallest Acer palmatum dwarfs with red color. Growth is slow and tightly condensed forming a tight bush. Most leaves are as small as a penny. Does well in morning sun afternoon shade.
ACER PA. BENI KAWA
ACER PA. BENI KAWA Beni Kawa Coral Bark Japanese Maple Soft-green leaves in spring that turn bright green in Summer and golden yellow in Fall. Spectacular bright salmon-red bark in Winter.
ACER PA. BENI KOMACHI
ACER PA. BENI KOMACHI Beautiful Little Girl Japanese Maple Delicate, lacy foliage emerges bright crimson and matures to deep red. The autumn color is a spectacular shade of red.
ACER PA. BENI SCHICHI HENGE
ACER PA. BENI SCHICHI HENGE Beni Schichihenge Japanese Maple This variegated Japanese Maple has a strong white edge with an orange-pink blush. A highly desirable and rare cultivar. Introduced from Japan in 1967.
ACER PA. BLOODGOOD
ACER PA. BLOODGOOD Bloodgood Japanese Maple A robust and upright form, best for holding its red-purple foliage color through Summer, when planted in full sun. Leaves lighten to a vibrant red-orange in Autumn.
ACER PA. BURGUNDY LACE
ACER PA. BURGUNDY LACE Burgundy Lace Japanese Maple Burgundy-purple foliage turns bronzish-green later in the season and finally scarlet in fall. elegant, horizontal branching habit.
ACER PA. CRIMSON PRINCE
ACER PA. CRIMSON PRINCE Crimson Prince Japanese Maple Hardier and more vigorous than Bloodgood with deeper red foliage.
ACER PA. FIREGLOW
ACER PA. FIREGLOW Fireglow Japanese Maple Spring foliage is an intense purple-red that retains its color, even in hot conditions. The brilliant fall foliage is scarlet and crimson.
ACER PA. GOLDEN FULL MOON
ACER PA. GOLDEN FULL MOON Golden Fullmoon Japanese Maple A small, slow-growing, upright-rounded, deciduous tree with round, shallow lobed, yellow leaves in the spring. Summer has the leaves darkening to yellow-green and turning orange-red in the fall. Reddish-purple flowers bloom in the spring.
ACER PA. HIGASAYAMA
ACER PA. HIGASAYAMA Higasayama Japanese Maple An unusually-shaped variegated leaf of pink and cream with dark green veins, turning to cream with light green veins. Vivid fall color of reds and yellows. Does well in part sun.
ACER PA. KAGIRI NISHIKI
ACER PA. KAGIRI NISHIKI Kagiri Nishiki Japanese Maple A unique and interesting specimen with irregular margins of pink and white on light green leaves. Pink tones become pronounced with the cooler weather of fall.
ACER PA. KARASUGAWA
ACER PA. KARASUGAWA Karasugawa Japanese Maple An interesting and unusual specimen with pink new growth, becoming mottled pink and white with maturity. Does well in part sun.
ACER PA. KATSURA
ACER PA. KATSURA Katsura Japanese Maple Leaves emerge yellow-orange and mature to a bright green in summer. In fall, a phenomenal display of pastel yellows and oranges prevail. Does well in part sun.
ACER PA. KOTO NO ITO
ACER PA. KOTO NO ITO Harp String Japanese Maple Koto No Ito means “Harp Strings” in Japanese. String-like narrow, deeply divided leaf leaves on a dense, twiggy branch structure have a tinge of red in spring, stay green during summer and change to yellow in fall. Bright green bark and an elegant form carry the show in winter.
ACER PA. OKUSHIMO
ACER PA. OKUSHIMO Okushimo Japanese Maple A vigorous-growing accent tree with curled leaves and a vase-shaped habit. Attractive green foliage emerges chartreuse in spring and turn an outstanding gold in the fall. It features subtle red flowers rising above the foliage in spring before the leaves and produces red samaras in early to mid-fall.
ACER PA. ORIDO NISHIKI
ACER PA. ORIDO NISHIKI Orido Nishiki Japanese Maple A broad, rounded habit with branches that are often layered or sweeping toward the ground in a weeping manner. The narrowly lobed leaves are often dissected, creating a delicate, lacy appearance.  The upright to rounded crown is very dense with white, cream, and pink colors swirled through its deep green leaves. In the spring, enjoy the lovely pink colors of the leaves which are then replaced by the green ones in the summer. The pink splashes are not only on the leaves but also as veining on the trunk! Therefore, no 2 trees are exactly alike! 
ACER PA. RED EMPEROR I
ACER PA. RED EMPEROR I Red Emperor Japanese Maple A vigorous, upright growing tree that holds its maroon color much better than most red Japanese maples. It will leaf out about two weeks later giving it the benefit of less spring frost damage.
ACER PA. RED PYGMY
ACER PA. RED PYGMY Red Pygmy Japanese Maple An excellent dwarf maple. 'Red Pygmy' has thin, strap-like leaves with excellent red color. The plant is slow growing, reaching 4' x 4' in ten years.
ACER PA. RYUSEN
ACER PA. RYUSEN Ryusen Japanese Maple Excellent for narrow spaces, 'Ryusen' shoots straight up and cascades over, maturing at 5' wide. Bright yellow and orange fall color contribute to its beauty.
ACER PA. SEIRYU
ACER PA. SEIRYU Seiryu Japanese Maple Bright green leaves with a red tinge, which turn red and orange-yellow in autumn. Upright grower.
ACER PA. SHAINA
ACER PA. SHAINA Shaina Japanese Maple Unusual dwarf, bushy, tufted habit and spectacular foliage! Leaves are dark red all summer and intensify in fall, turning brilliant shades of crimson-red.
ACER PA. SHISHIGASHIRA
ACER PA. SHISHIGASHIRA Shishigashira Japanese Maple Heavily curled green leaves give an interesting texture to this compact, shrubby tree. Popular for bonsai, as a container subject or in small gardens. Highly sculptural form improves with age.
ACER PA. SKEETERS BROOM
ACER PA. SKEETERS BROOM Skeeter's Broom Japanese Maple An aggressive growing, upright shrub/small tree. Long leaves emerge bright red and become deep purple red for summer.
ACER PA. SUMI NAGASHI
ACER PA. SUMI NAGASHI Suminagashi Japanese Maple Deeply serrated leaves emerge bright purple-red maturing to black-red or dark maroon by summer. With afternoon shade these colors hold well into late summer. In fall, the leaves turn crimson. Does best in part sun.
ACER PA. TSUMA GAKI
ACER PA. TSUMA GAKI Tsuma Gaki Japanese Maple New growth is yellow-green with scarlet leaf tips. Leaves tend to droop in youth, becoming more horizontal with maturity. Leaves turn green during summer and brilliant, orange-red in fall.
ACER PA. TWOMBLYS RED SENTINEL
ACER PA. TWOMBLYS RED SENTINEL Twombly’s Red Sentinel Maple This Ken Twombly introduction has a unique narrow, upright shape, attractive in many situations where space is limited, particularly close to a building or walkway.
ACER PALMATUM
ACER PALMATUM Japanese Maple Commonly called Japanese maple, it is a deciduous shrub or small tree that is native to Japan, Korea and China. The green leaves have 5 or 7, but less frequently 9, pointed toothed lobes. Small reddish-purple flowers bloom in mid spring. The flowers are rather attractive close up, but are not particularly showy from a distance. Flowers are followed by one-sided winged fruit in pairs. The fruits ripen in September-October.
ACER PALMATUM ‘GWEN’S ROSE DELIGHT’
ACER PALMATUM ‘GWEN’S ROSE DELIGHT’ Shirazz Japanese Maple Heat resistant foliage with striking variegation of crimson-pink and white margins. Semi-weeping habit and crimson fall color.
ACER PL. CRIMSON KING
ACER PL. CRIMSON KING Crimson King Norway Maple A red-leaved cultivar noted for its rich maroon leaves that last throughout the summer. More compact and tends to grow slower than the species.
ACER PL. CRIMSON SENTRY
ACER PL. CRIMSON SENTRY Crimson Sentry Norway Maple The same rich maroon leaves of 'Crimson King', but on a dense, columnar form. Great for limited spaces.
ACER PL. NELSON SELECT Nelson Select Norway Maple
ACER PL. ROYAL RED
ACER PL. ROYAL RED Royal Red Norway Maple The hardiest purple-leaf maple that holds its rich royal purple color throughout the season. Lemon yellow flowers appear on the branches in early spring before the leaves.
ACER PL. SUPERFORM
ACER PL. SUPERFORM Superform Norway Maple Noted for its straight trunk, symmetrical shape with uniform branching, heavy foliage and excellent broad-rounded form. The small yellow flowers in spring appear before the foliage. Flowers give way to paired seeds with horizontally spreading wings.
ACER PSEUDOSIEBOLDIANUM
ACER PSEUDOSIEBOLDIANUM Korean Maple An upright, small tree or large shrub with medium to dark green leaves about 5” long with 9-11 doubly serrate lobes. Excellent fall color of shades of yellow, orange and red. Purple blooms in spring. This tree is similar to both Japanese maple and fullmoon maples.
ACER RUBRUM
ACER RUBRUM Red Maple Medium-sized, deciduous tree native to North America. It grows faster than Norway and sugar maples, but slower than silver maple. The emerging new growth leaves, leafstalks, twigs, flowers, fruit and fall color are red or tinged with red.
ACER RUBRUM ARMSTRONG
ACER RUBRUM ARMSTRONG Armstrong Red Maple Fast growing columnar selection with nice fall colors of yellow, orange and red. Use in street plantings or near buildings where space demands a tree that will not spread.
ACER RUBRUM AUTUMN SPIRE
ACER RUBRUM AUTUMN SPIRE Autumn Spire Red Maple Broadly columnar form of red maple, introduced by the University of Minnesota in 1992. It has showy red flowers in spring before leaves open and consistently beautiful red fall color.
ACER RUBRUM BOWHALL
ACER RUBRUM BOWHALL Bowhall Red Maple Columnar maple suitable for narrow spaces. The canopy is sturdy and tightly formed. In fall leaves change from yellow to orange to red prior to leaves dropping.
ACER RUBRUM BRANDYWINE
ACER RUBRUM BRANDYWINE Brandywine Red Maple This variety is distinguished by its moderately columnar habit and a long period (two weeks) of intense red fall color. A seedless form.
ACER RUBRUM FRANKSRED
ACER RUBRUM FRANKSRED Red Sunset® Red Maple This cultivar was selected for superior vigor and beautiful bright red-orange fall color.
ACER RUBRUM OCTOBER GLORY
ACER RUBRUM OCTOBER GLORY October Glory Red Maple Fiery red flower clusters appear on the bare branches in the spring. Birds will flock to the small, elongated red fruits that accompany the flowers. The glossy green leaves will appear next, some of which may be slightly tinted with a reddish hue.
ACER RUBRUM REDPOINT
ACER RUBRUM REDPOINT Redpointe® Red Maple Brilliant red fall color on an upright, broadly pyramidal form. A straight and dominant central leader results in strong branch angles that resist breakage.
ACER RUBRUM SUN VALLEY
ACER RUBRUM SUN VALLEY Sun Valley Red Maple A. rubrum 'Red Sunset'® x 'Autumn Flame' hybrid from the National Arboretum. It is a male selection that is noted for having a symmetrical ovate crown and exceptional red fall color.
ACER RUBRUM ‘KATIECOLE’
ACER RUBRUM ‘KATIECOLE’ Summer Sensation™ Red Maple Glossy, bright red new growth is incredibly showy in spring and summer. Nice branching habit and beautiful deep burgundy fall color.
ACER SAC. GREEN MOUNTAIN
ACER SAC. GREEN MOUNTAIN Green Mountain® Sugar Maple An excellent cultivar for heat and drought tolerance, with thicker waxy leaves. Yellow fall color predominates, with elements of red and orange.
ACER SAC. LEGACY
ACER SAC. LEGACY Legacy™ Sugar Maple Improved selection for drought and heat resistance. Glossy thick dark green leaves resist scorch & tattering. Orange & red fall color.
ACER SAC. WRIGHT BROTHERS
ACER SAC. WRIGHT BROTHERS Wright Brothers Sugar Maple A fast grower with good resistance to frost cracking. Golden-yellow fall color.
ACER SACCHARUM
ACER SACCHARUM Sugar Maple Upright, oval form. Shades of orange, gold, scarlet and crimson in fall.
ACER TRIFLORUM
ACER TRIFLORUM Three Flowered Maple Deciduous tree or shrub with a dense and rounded form. Yellowish-brown bark exfoliates in patches. Foliage is dark green, becoming yellow, orange and/or scarlet in fall.
ACER TRUN. X PL. CRIMSON SUNSET
ACER TRUN. X PL. CRIMSON SUNSET Crimson Sunset® Maple Heat tolerance is the distinguishing characteristic of this A. truncatum hybrid. Foliage resembles 'Crimson King', but habit is more upright and compact.
ACER TRUN. X PL. KEITHSFORM
ACER TRUN. X PL. KEITHSFORM Norwegian Sunset™ Maple An upright oval form with uniform branching. Brilliant orange-red fall color.
ACER X F. AUTUMN FANTASY
ACER X F. AUTUMN FANTASY Autumn Fantasy Maple A fast growing hybrid of Red and Silver maple that consistently produces very good fall color, even in warmer climates.
ACER X F. CELEBRATION
ACER X F. CELEBRATION Celebration® Maple Compact pyramidal habit and strong crotch angles that resist breakage. An excellent street tree with red fall color that gives way to golden hues. A seedless cultivar.
ACER X F. JEFFERS RED
ACER X F. JEFFERS RED Autumn Blaze® Red Maple Dense, oval-round with a strong central leader and ascending branches. A vigorous, seedless cultivar with orange-red fall color.
ACHILLEA CORONATION GOLD
ACHILLEA CORONATION GOLD Coronation Gold Yarrow Large clusters of golden yellow flowers across all summer long. The strong, upright stems don’t require staking and the aromatic, gray-green foliage and is quite heat tolerant.
ACHILLEA LITTLE MOONSHINE
ACHILLEA LITTLE MOONSHINE Little Moonshine Yarrow Bright gold flowers over finely cut gray-green, lacy foliage. Plants have a compact habit, blooms early, and for a long time, May through September. Ideal for containers and small spaces.
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW SPARK CONTRAST
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW SPARK CONTRAST Rainbow® Yarrow Large, flat heads of red florets with a large yellow eye, sturdy, upright plants with aromatic, ferny foliage. Blooms all summer. Flowers are larger than older varieties and fade resistant. Attracts butterflies. Drought tolerant.
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW SUMMERWINE
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW SUMMERWINE Rainbow® Yarrow Large, flat heads of deep pink florets with a silvery white eye, sturdy, upright plants with aromatic, ferny foliage. Blooms all summer. Flowers are larger than older varieties and fade resistant. Attracts butterflies. Drought tolerant.
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW TRICOLOR
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW TRICOLOR Rainbow® Yarrow Large, flat heads of deep yellow florets with a dramatic rosy-red edge, sturdy, upright plants with aromatic, ferny foliage. Blooms all summer. Flowers are larger than older varieties and fade resistant. Attracts butterflies. Drought tolerant.
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW YEL BOUQUET
ACHILLEA M. RAINBOW YEL BOUQUET Rainbow® Yarrow Large, flat heads of yellow florets, sturdy, upright plants with aromatic, ferny foliage. Blooms all summer. Flowers are larger than older varieties and fade resistant. Attracts butterflies. Drought tolerant.
ACHILLEA M. SAUCY SEDUCTION
ACHILLEA M. SAUCY SEDUCTION Saucy Seduction Yarrow Upright, bright rose-pink flowers, ferny aromatic foliage and compact size that bloom over a long period in summer. Flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters on compact stems rising to 18-24” tall. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACHILLEA M. STRAWBERRY SEDUCTION
ACHILLEA M. STRAWBERRY SEDUCTION Strawberry Seduction Yarrow Clusters of rich, strawberry red flowers, each with a tiny yellow eye, appear from June to August. Excellent for cutting.
ACHILLEA M. SUNNY SEDUCTION
ACHILLEA M. SUNNY SEDUCTION Sunny Seduction Yarrow Prolific, sunny yellow flower heads appear from June to August. Bred for compact habit and extended bloom time. Excellent for cutting.
ACHILLEA PEACHY SEDUCTION
ACHILLEA PEACHY SEDUCTION Peachy Seduction Yarrow Large flat clusters of bright, glowing pink flowers over lacy green foliage that is reliably robust and disease resistant even in humid summers. Plants have a very dense, full, sturdy upright habit with a long blooming period, mid-June through July. Heat loving with no meltdown. Taller and more rigidly upright than Tutti Frutti varieties.
ACHILLEA POMEGRANATE
ACHILLEA POMEGRANATE Pomegranate Yarrow Bright magenta flowers, ferny aromatic foliage, compact size and vigorous growing habit. The flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters over a long summer bloom period. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACHILLEA RED BEAUTY
ACHILLEA RED BEAUTY Red Beauty Yarrow Cerise red flowers, ferny aromatic foliage, compact size and vigorous growing habit. The flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters over a long summer bloom period. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACHILLEA SNOWSPORT
ACHILLEA SNOWSPORT Snowsport Yarrow Pristine, snowy white, dense, flat-topped, terminal flower clusters. The flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters over a long summer bloom period. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACHILLEA T. GOLDIE
ACHILLEA T. GOLDIE Goldie Dwarf Yarrow Forms a tight, compact mat of feathery foliage that has a silvery sheen and bright golden yellow flowers 6” above. Needs good drainage to look it’s best.
ACHILLEA X G. HYB. APPLE BLSM
ACHILLEA X G. HYB. APPLE BLSM Apple Blossom Yarrow Showy soft pink to pale rose flowers. The flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters over a long summer bloom period. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACHILLEA X G. HYB. PAPRIKA
ACHILLEA X G. HYB. PAPRIKA Paprika Yarrow Bright-red flowers that fade to light pink, creamy yellow and brown. The flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters over a long summer bloom period. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACHILLEA X MOONSHINE
ACHILLEA X MOONSHINE Moonshine Yarrow Bright lemon-yellow flowers. The flowers appear in dense, flattened clusters over a long summer bloom period. Deeply-dissected, fern-like, aromatic, medium green leaves have a somewhat spicy aroma which may persist when used in dried arrangements.
ACTAEA BLACK NEGLIGEE
ACTAEA BLACK NEGLIGEE Black Negligee Bugbane Lacy black foliage boasts beautiful, exotically fragrant, purple-tinted white flowers. Use as an accent or container plant. Does best in full sun with good moisture.
ACTAEA BRUNETTE
ACTAEA BRUNETTE Brunette Bugbane The new foliage appears deep green with a dark purple blush in early spring and as it matures, it deepens to an inky purple with tall flower spikes topped with fragrant spires in late summer. Although tolerant of shade, the best and darkest color is in full sun.
ACTINIDIA ARGUTA ISSAI
ACTINIDIA ARGUTA ISSAI Self Fertile Hardy Kiwi Vine An easy and vigorous vine that produces tasty one-inch fruits with a smooth skin. This variety often bears fruit the first year after it is planted. Beautiful foliage and bark on older stems are an added bonus.
ACTINIDIA KOLOMIKTA
ACTINIDIA KOLOMIKTA Variegated Kiwi Vine A relatively fast-growing, woody vine that typically grows 15-20'. It features tiny, slightly fragrant, greenish-white flowers in early summer and attractive, heart-shaped green foliage variegated with white and/or pink. The juvenile foliage is purplish green. Greenish-yellow, 1" long, edible fruits appear on female plants in early fall.
AEGOPODIUM P. VARIEGATUM
AEGOPODIUM P. VARIEGATUM Bishop’s Weed Popular ground cover for quickly covering large areas, rapidly forms a continuous mound of attractive foliage typically growing to 8" tall with an indefinite spread. Tiny white flowers appear in flat-topped, dill-like inflorescences which are typical of the parsley/carrot family. Flowers appear above the foliage in May-June.
AESCULUS GLABRA
AESCULUS GLABRA Ohio Buckeye Large upright clusters of light yellow flowers appear in spring, followed by a prickly fruit capsule in the summer. Rounded form with low, sweeping branches and corky bark. Pumpkin fall color.
AESCULUS PARVIFLORA
AESCULUS PARVIFLORA Bottlebrush Buckeye Large upright clusters of white flowers in June and yellow fall color. Spreading, suckering, multi-stem shrub that is excellent in masses or shrub borders. Prune to the ground to rejuvenate.
AESCULUS PAVIA
AESCULUS PAVIA Red Buckeye Red Buckeye is densely branched with a rounded crown when in full sun but is less densely branched and its crown is more open and irregular when in the shade. The bark is gray to gray-brown, somewhat rough, and divided into scaly plates, Leaves are palmate with 5 leaflets and are 3-6" long and 1-2¼" across with serrated margins. Clusters of red flowers appear in the spring.
AESCULUS X.C. FT. MCNAIR
AESCULUS X.C. FT. MCNAIR Pink Flowering Horsechestnut In late spring, this lovely tree is adorned with large panicles of pink flowers with yellow throats. Large dark green compound foliage is disease resistant.
AGAPANTHUS BLUE YONDER
AGAPANTHUS BLUE YONDER Blue Yonder Lily of the Nile, African Lily Large clusters of striped blue stars rise above rich green foliage of Agapanthus x Blue Yonder to present a mass of heavenly blue in the landscape. Blue Yonder creates a powerful display when planted in mass, as well as a striking stand-alone in containers.
AGAPANTHUS SUMMER SKIES
AGAPANTHUS SUMMER SKIES Summer Skies Lily of the Nile, African Lily Lovely, sky blue, pin-striped blooms appear on tall, leafless stalks in midsummer and can persist into fall. Thrives in the sun and blooms most prolifically in a crowded location.
AGASTACHE BLUE BOA
AGASTACHE BLUE BOA Blue Boa Hysop Luxurious deep violet-blue flower spikes held over ultra-green foliage. The flower spikes are long, wide and extremely showy. It's a great perennial color spot for summer bloom. Drought tolerant once established. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
AGASTACHE COTTON CANDY
AGASTACHE COTTON CANDY Cotton Candy Hyssop The dense flower spikes have numerous light pink flowers and appear midsummer through fall. Compact low branching habit and fragrant foliage.
AGASTACHE KUDOS AMBROSIA
AGASTACHE KUDOS AMBROSIA Ambrosia Dwarf Hummingbird Mint The creamy coconut, pale orange and light rose pink spikes have a charming, airy appearance. Great as a filler in containers or mass planting with low, tight mounds. The flower colors change constantly, blending well with almost any color in the spectrum.
AGASTACHE KUDOS CORAL
AGASTACHE KUDOS CORAL Coral Dwarf Hummingbird Mint Free flowering and easy to grow with an impeccable habit and long lasting, glowing coral color. The warm, coral colored plumes are dense with a sweet honey-mint scent. Makes a real standout in mixed containers, or as a border plant.
AGASTACHE KUDOS GOLD
AGASTACHE KUDOS GOLD Gold Dwarf Hummingbird Mint Free flowering and easy to grow with an impeccable habit and long lasting, glowing gold color. The warm, coral colored plumes are dense with a sweet honey-mint scent. Makes a real standout in mixed containers, or as a border plant.
AGASTACHE KUDOS YELLOW
AGASTACHE KUDOS YELLOW Yellow Dwarf Hummingbird Mint Free flowering and easy to grow with an impeccable habit and long lasting, glowing gold color. The warm, coral colored plumes are dense with a sweet honey-mint scent. Makes a real standout in mixed containers, or as a border plant.
AGASTACHE RASPBERRY SUMMER
AGASTACHE RASPBERRY SUMMER Raspberry Summer Hyssop Large tubular flowers are dark raspberry-pink and stand on dense spikes all summer long. Flowers and the sweet aroma of the foliage are a natural magnet for wildlife.
AGASTACHE SUMMER FIESTA
AGASTACHE SUMMER FIESTA Summer Fiesta Hyssop Outstanding dense, spicy orange-red spikes over fragrant foliage. Extremely heat tolerant and reblooming from summer until frost. Must have excellent drainage.
AGAVE CREAM SPIKE
AGAVE CREAM SPIKE Cream Spike Agave Forms a symmetrical, solitary, rounded rosette of blue-green to olive green leaves with a wide, cream margin. Each leaf is lined with tiny, deep brown spines and tipped with a longer spine of the same color so handle this beauty with care.
AGAVE KISSHO KAN
AGAVE KISSHO KAN Happy Crown Agave Soft blue-green rosettes with a broad cream border and a red-brown terminal spine. With age, it grows to form a rounded specimen to a foot across and tall. Needs well-drained soil and bright light for best success.
AGERATUM
AGERATUM Flossflower A frost-tender annual that provides continuous bloom for beds, gardens or containers from late spring to frost. Features fluffy flowers in flattened to slightly rounded clusters on compact, mounded plants.
AGERATUM BLUE
AGERATUM BLUE Floss Flower Ageratum flowers have hundreds of soft tiny cushions suffused with color. Charming in borders and showy in drifts.
AJUGA BRONZE BEAUTY
AJUGA BRONZE BEAUTY Bronze Beauty Bugleweed Bronze evergreen leaves form a tight mat and contrast well with the lilac colored blooms in mid-Spring.
AJUGA CATLINS GIANT
AJUGA CATLINS GIANT Catlins Giant Bugleweed A comparative giant, it has 6” long, purple and green leaves and 8” tall blue flower spikes. It tends to be a clumper until it gets established, at which time it will form into a dense, quickly spreading, weed-smothering groundcover.
AJUGA CHOCOLATE CHIP
AJUGA CHOCOLATE CHIP Chocolate Chip Bugleweed Small, elongated chocolate-brown and green foliage that has deeper color with more sun, forms a tight mat. Short spikes of bluish-purple flowers in mid through late spring. This dense plant is great for container gardens.
AJUGA REPTANS BURGUNDY GLOW
AJUGA REPTANS BURGUNDY GLOW Burgundy Glow Bugleweed Stunning, tri-colored foliage of white, cream, and green highlighted with burgundy-red tints. Perky blue flower spikes blanket the foliage in May and June.
AJUGA REPTANS TOFFEE CHIP
AJUGA REPTANS TOFFEE CHIP Toffee Chip Bugleweed Leaves emerge as pale tones of khaki and brown but mature to gray-green with gold to cream margins. The violet blue flowers appear on leafy spikes rising above the foliage in spring.
AKEBIA QUINATA
AKEBIA QUINATA Fiveleaf Akebia A hardy, twining vine with graceful foliage and small, pink, fragrant flowers in May, followed by violet fruits in summer.
AKEBIA QUINATA VARIEGATA
AKEBIA QUINATA VARIEGATA Variegated Fiveleaf Akebia A stunning vine with marbled variegation of cream and yellow. Small, fragrant pink flowers in May.
ALBIZIA J. MERLOT MAJIK
ALBIZIA J. MERLOT MAJIK Merlot Majik™ Mimosa Dramatic dark burgundy ferny foliage that darkens in summer instead of going green. Fragrant pink powder puff-like flowers flowers are considered to be sterile. Fast growing small spreading tree with airy habit provides filtered shade. Holds deep merlot foliage color better than ‘Summer Chocolate’.
ALBUCA SPIRALIS FRIZZLE SIZZLE
ALBUCA SPIRALIS FRIZZLE SIZZLE Frizzle Sizzle Albuca Soft, fragrant yellow flowers, thick spiraling, corkscrew-like foliage. Great as a houseplant, keep soil on the dry side and give lots of light. Great Novelty plant!
ALCEA R. SPR. CELE. CARMINE ROSE
ALCEA R. SPR. CELE. CARMINE ROSE Spring Celebrities™ Carmine Rose Hollyhock Tall spikes of carmine rose flowers appear in summer and persist until frost. A first-year blooming biennial or short-lived perennial.
ALCEA R. SPR. CELE. LEMON
ALCEA R. SPR. CELE. LEMON Spring Celebrities™ Lemon Hollyhock Tall spikes of sunny yellow flowers appear in summer and persist until frost. A first-year blooming biennial or short-lived perennial.
ALCEA R. SPR. CELE. PURPLE
ALCEA R. SPR. CELE. PURPLE Spring Celebrities™ Purple Hollyhock Tall spikes of purple flowers appear in summer and persist until frost. A first-year blooming biennial or short-lived perennial.
ALCHEMILLA MOLLIS THRILLER
ALCHEMILLA MOLLIS THRILLER Lady's Mantle Large and prolific grey/green foliage topped with clusters of tiny star-like yellow flowers in early summer. Hardy, easy to grow, thriving in sun or part shade and in moist soils.
ALLIUM MEDUSA
ALLIUM MEDUSA Medusa Flowering Onion Forms a low mound of gray-green, narrow foliage with leaves that twist slightly at the end. The nodding buds look like snakes at the tips of the stems, before they straighten to form 1.75”-2” rounded clusters of light amethyst purple flowers. Blooms for about a month.
ALLIUM MILLENIUM
ALLIUM MILLENIUM Millenium Ornamental Onion Late summer brings large, bright rosy-purple, rounded flower clusters. Flowers sit atop a tight clump of glossy green, strappy foliage.
ALLIUM S. BLUE EDDY
ALLIUM S. BLUE EDDY Blue Eddy Ornamental Onion From late summer into early fall, rounded clusters of light, lilac pink flowers sit atop a tight clump of attractive, blue-grey, swirling foliage.
ALNUS GLUTINOSA
ALNUS GLUTINOSA European Alder A large shade tree, doubling as an ornamental tree in youth. Glossy, green leaves are lighter on the underside. Catkins appear in spring and persist as dark brown conelets well into the next season.
ALOCASIA CALIDORA
ALOCASIA CALIDORA Persian Palm Large, glossy green leaves provide instant gratification in the garden, growing to 5’ in one season. This Alocasia will also bring a tropical feel indoors if provided the space.
ALOCASIA FRYDEK
ALOCASIA FRYDEK Yellow Vein Elephant Ear Emerald green foliage with dramatic white mid-rib accents. The plant prefers shade making it a great container plant for the porch or patio.
ALOCASIA HILO BEAUTY
ALOCASIA HILO BEAUTY Spotted Elephant Ear Beautiful, medium green foliage with blotches of chartreuse and grey accents. This robust grower adds stunning color to any plant collection.
ALOCASIA LOW RIDER
ALOCASIA LOW RIDER Low Rider™ Elephant Ear Dwarf habit and leaves with a wavy-edge add a great focal point to containers. Allow the soil surface to become slightly dry between waterings.
ALOCASIA MAYAN MASK
ALOCASIA MAYAN MASK Mayan Mask Elephant Ear Large, green leaves have lighter veins and maroon-purple undersides. The leaf edges have a wave ruffling and the stems are dark green. Robust, upright leaves on strong, sturdy stems make a bold statement in containers or the landscape.
ALOCASIA PLUMBEA NIGRA
ALOCASIA PLUMBEA NIGRA Nigra Elephant Ear The dramatic shiny black leaves create great texture in pots or the landscape.
ALOCASIA REGAL SHIELDS
ALOCASIA REGAL SHIELDS Regal Shields Elephant Ears Deep green to leaves with burgundy underneath and light green veining. Leaves are heavier texture than typical. A robust grower that is still suitable for a decorative container.
ALOE CHAMELEON Chameleon Aloe Named for its chameleon-like, seasonal color shifts. In summer the toothy leaves display diffusely intergrading shades of green with patches of translucent white as if glazed with sugar icing. In late winter, the plants take on shades of pink and white, the serrated margins standing out even more next to the darker brownish edges.
ALOE HEDGEHOG
ALOE HEDGEHOG Aloe Hedgehog Gray-green succulent leaves with attractive thorns. Dark pink to orange flowers in abundance on medium length stems in winter. Ideal for tubs or container planting which enhances the unusual and attractive growth form.
ALPINIA L. BAMBOO GINGER
ALPINIA L. BAMBOO GINGER Bamboo Ginger This tropical Ginger has fragrant flowers and looks like a Dwarf Bamboo. Nice contrasting foliage with deep green on top and purple on back provides a great textured look.
ALPINIA ZERUMBET VARIEGATED
ALPINIA ZERUMBET VARIEGATED Variegated Shell Ginger Boldly variegated foliage of dark green and bright yellow on arching stems. Large, drooping clusters of white and pink shell-like flowers are sweetly fragrant.
ALTERNANTHERA LITTLE RUBY
ALTERNANTHERA LITTLE RUBY Little Ruby Joseph’s Coat Spreading to slightly mounded habit with rich burgundy with a little olive-gray-green foliage. Thicker and more compact than other varieties of Alternanthera dentata.
ALTERNANTHERA ROYAL TAPESTRY
ALTERNANTHERA ROYAL TAPESTRY Royal Tapestry Joseph’s Coat Fine, richly hued foliage and super heat tolerance. The small, lance-shaped leaves are borne on burgundy stems and may be red, copper, purple or burgundy, depending on the season and sun and heat exposure. It produces clover-like clusters of small, white flowers.
ALYSSUM CLEAR CRYSTAL WHITE
ALYSSUM CLEAR CRYSTAL WHITE Sweet Alyssum Unique new tetraploid alyssums, and are well-matched for vigour and flower size. Clear Crystal is more vigorous with larger fragrant flowers.
AMEL. CANADENSIS
AMEL. CANADENSIS Shadblow Serviceberry Fragrant white blooms appear in spring before the leaves emerge. Produces ornamental red berries ripening to purple and are edible. Dark green foliage turns orange to red in the fall. Silver gray bark and fine texture branching adds winter interest.
AMEL. LAEVIS
AMEL. LAEVIS Alleghany Serviceberry A native tree that has beautiful white flowers that are delicately scented and provide nectar for the season's early bees and butterflies. In mid-summer the fruits ripen to a brilliant violet pink, aging to deep blue purple when fully ripe. Its leaves play occasional host to the larvae of viceroy, striped hairstreak, and Canadian tiger swallowtail butterflies. And the grand finale comes in fall with brilliant oranges, yellows and reds.
AMEL. LAEVIS CUMULUS
AMEL. LAEVIS CUMULUS Cumulus® Serviceberry White flowers and bright yellow/orange/scarlet fall color. Good street tree due to restricted lateral branching.
AMEL. LAEVIS SPRING FLURRY
AMEL. LAEVIS SPRING FLURRY Spring Flurry Serviceberry A J. Frank Schmidt introduction. An exceptional tree with a dominant central leader supporting strongly upward-oriented scaffold branches. The pure white blooms smother a delicate latticework of twigs in spring. The foliage turns orange in the fall. Purplish-blue edible fruit.
AMEL. LAMARCKII
AMEL. LAMARCKII European Serviceberry Small tree or large shrub with white flowers in early spring followed by sweet, purplish-black fruit in summer. Yellow to carmine-red fall color.
AMEL. X AUTUMN BRILLIANCE
AMEL. X AUTUMN BRILLIANCE Autumn Brilliance® Serviceberry Fast grower with beautiful white flowers and persistent brilliant red fall color. Good form and gray bark make this an attractive selection.
AMEL. X GR. PRNCS DIANA Princess Diana Serviceberry Yellow flower buds, abundant white flowers in spring, and deep bluish purple edible berries which may be used in jams, jellies and pies.
AMEL. X GR. ROBIN HILL
AMEL. X GR. ROBIN HILL Robin Hill Serviceberry Upright growing serviceberry with pink buds that open to delicate, pale pink flowers in the spring. Has a more uniform, shapely canopy and tree form than most A. grandiflora cultivars. In summer, the black fruit is edible.
AMELANCHIER ALNIFOLIA
AMELANCHIER ALNIFOLIA Serviceberry A profusion of white flowers in April and shiny, blue green summer foliage. In late summer, edible dark purple berries hang from the tree. Berries can be used in jams, jellies, and pies.
AMORPHA CANESCENS
AMORPHA CANESCENS Lead Plant A small shrubby plant graced with long spikes of clear purple flowers from July to September.
AMPELOPSIS BREV. ELEGANS
AMPELOPSIS BREV. ELEGANS Variegated Porcelain Berry Vine This vine has distinctive amethyst blue berries in fall and pink, white, and green variegated foliage all season.
AMSONIA BLUE ICE
AMSONIA BLUE ICE Blue Ice Bluestar Blooms longer and stronger than the species and forms a dense, compact mound of dark green leaves that turn brilliant yellow in the fall.
AMSONIA HUBRECHTII
AMSONIA HUBRECHTII Blue Star Sky blue flower clusters in late spring atop very fine, feathery, medium green leaves. Leaves turn bright yellow in fall. Good in masses and in naturalizing. 2011 Perennial Plant of the Year
ANACYCLUS D. SILVER KISSES
ANACYCLUS D. SILVER KISSES Silver Kisses Dwarf Mount Atlas Daisy Gray lacy foliage that is semi-evergreen forms tight and compact clumps. Showy red buds open to white daisy flowers in early Summer, covering the plant. The white petals are red underneath. Best for well drained, dry, sandy soils, and along pathways.
ANCHUSA BLUE ANGEL
ANCHUSA BLUE ANGEL Blue Angel Summer Forget-Me-Not Flowers of rich gentian blue for most of the summer. Plants are upright and narrow, ideal for tucking into mixed containers or massing towards the front of a sunny border.
ANEMONE FANTASY CINDERELLA
ANEMONE FANTASY CINDERELLA Fantasy™ Cinderella Windflower Thick petaled blooms of baby pink cover the clumping plants from July to September. Single blooms on strong upright stems.
ANEMONE FANTASY POCAHANTAS
ANEMONE FANTASY POCAHANTAS Fantasy™ Pocahontas Windflower Double, bubblegum pink flowers on a clumping plant. Blooms from July to September. Double blooms on strong upright stems.
ANEMONE H. HONORINE JOBERT
ANEMONE H. HONORINE JOBERT Honorine Jobert Windflower Large, white flowers with yellow stamens, on graceful stems from August through October.
ANEMONE H. LITTLE PRINCESS
ANEMONE H. LITTLE PRINCESS Little Princess Anemone Delicate pink blooms with golden stamens bring late season color to the shaded garden. Medium green maple-leaf foliage form neat mounds.
ANEMONE H. SEPTEMBER CHARM
ANEMONE H. SEPTEMBER CHARM September Charm Windflower Single silvery-pink flowers are suspended above the green foliage in late summer.
ANEMONE H.V. JAPONICA
ANEMONE H.V. JAPONICA Windflower Creamy pink flowers with yellow centers rise above the foliage from midsummer to fall.
ANEMONE PRETTY LADY DIANA
ANEMONE PRETTY LADY DIANA Pretty Lady Diana Windflower Single, pink flowers are over 2 inches wide and persist from late summer into fall. The Pretty Lady series is bred for it's compact habit, unlike other hupehensis varieties.
ANEMONE PRETTY LADY EMILY
ANEMONE PRETTY LADY EMILY Pretty Lady Emily Windflower Double, light pink flowers over 2 inches wide and persist from late summer into fall. The Pretty Lady series is bred for it's compact habit, unlike other hupehensis varieties.
ANEMONE PULSATILLA VULGARIS
ANEMONE PULSATILLA VULGARIS Pasque flower Violet, anemone-like blooms appear on thick stems in April before foliage appears. Flowers vary from blue to reddish purple and have a bushy center clump of yellow stamens. As the flowers fade, a mound of fern-like, gray-green leaves appear. Good drainage is essential. Plants need consistent moisture in hot summer climates such as the St. Louis area.
ANEMONE QUEEN CHARLOTTE
ANEMONE QUEEN CHARLOTTE Queen Charlotte Anemone A lovely, light pink flowered perennial with very large 3-4”, single to semi-double blossoms with a cluster of bright yellow stamens in the center.  They are held atop tall, wiry stems above the attractive dark green foliage.  It is a real standout in partial shade where it is happiest. 
ANEMONE SYLVESTRIS
ANEMONE SYLVESTRIS Snowdrop Windflower Fragrant, satin white flower with yellow stamens from May to June.
ANEMONE X PARTY DRESS
ANEMONE X PARTY DRESS Party Dress Windflower Gorgeous fall bloomer. Double, fluffy, rose pink flowers that are twice the size of most Anemones. A taller selection on graceful stems.
ANEMONE X WHIRLWIND
ANEMONE X WHIRLWIND Whirlwind Windflower Large, semi-double white flowers, with yellow stamens in the fall.
ANNUALS - ASSORTED
ANNUALS - ASSORTED Assorted Annuals Assorted annuals
ANTENNARIA CARPATICA
ANTENNARIA CARPATICA Capathian Pussy-toes Lacy mats of silvery foliage are topped with creamy, fuzzy flowers in spring, resembling your favorite cat's toes. Use as a groundcover near sites of outdoor entertaining!
ANTHEMIS NOBILIS
ANTHEMIS NOBILIS Chamomile Low-growing evergreen that spreads to form a mat of aromatic fern-like foliage with an apple-like aroma when bruised. Daisy-like flowers have white rays with yellow centers and bloom throughout the Summer into early Fall. Plants will tolerate mowing and some like foot traffic. Dried flower heads can be made into chamomile tea.
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI BLUE & WHITE
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI BLUE & WHITE Blue & White Columbine Neat compact habit boasts up to 12 weeks of blue & white blooms. Resistant to deer and rabbits.
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI PINK & WHITE
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI PINK & WHITE Pink & White Columbine Extra large pink flowers, with white centers, are held upright on compact plants from late spring into summer. Cheery color for informal woodland gardens or formal mixed borders and containers.
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI RED & WHITE
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI RED & WHITE Red & White Columbine Dainty, nodding, red & white flowers from May-June. Use in borders and masses to attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI ROSE & WHITE
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI ROSE & WHITE Rose & White Columbine Stunning display of rose & white flowers from May-June. Use in borders and masses to attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI WHITE
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI WHITE White Columbine Neat compact habit boasts up to 12 weeks of white blooms. Resistant to deer and rabbits.
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI YELLOW
AQUILEGIA ORIGAMI YELLOW Yellow Columbine Unique yellow flowers from May-June. Use in borders and masses to attract butterflies.
AQUILEGIA SPRING MAGIC YELLOW
AQUILEGIA SPRING MAGIC YELLOW Spring Magic Yellow Columbine Produces beautiful blooms of yellow held above the compact plant. Flowering profusely in late spring, this is a perfect plant for creating a traditional cottage garden or mixed perennial border. If the seeds are allowed to set, they will readily cross-pollinate with other aquilegia and the seeds will produce multi-colored offspring the following year.
AQUILEGIA WINKY DBL DARK BLUE & WHITE
AQUILEGIA WINKY DBL DARK BLUE & WHITE Winky Double Blue & White Columbine Upward-facing, double flowers in contrasting shades of blue and white, appear on short, sturdy stems.
AQUILEGIA WINKY DBL RED & WHITE
AQUILEGIA WINKY DBL RED & WHITE Winky Double Red & White Columbine Upward-facing, double flowers in contrasting shades of red and white, appear on short, sturdy stems.
AQUILEGIA WINKY DBL ROSE & WHITE
AQUILEGIA WINKY DBL ROSE & WHITE Winky Double Rose & White Columbine Upward-facing, double flowers in contrasting shades of rose and white, appear on short, sturdy stems.
AQUILEGIA WINKY PURPLE & WHITE
AQUILEGIA WINKY PURPLE & WHITE Winky Purple & White Columbine Upward-facing flowers in contrasting shades of purple and white, appear on short, sturdy stems.
ARABIS STURRII
ARABIS STURRII Creeping Wall Cress Compact rosettes of glossy dark green leaves and small white flowers held up on delicate stalks from early Spring to early Summer. A favorite for rock gardens in hot, humid locales.
ARALIA C. SUN KING
ARALIA C. SUN KING Sun King Aralia Beautiful, chartreuse foliage can reach 2-3' long and wide. Small clusters of white flowers in late summer are followed by decorative purple berries. An excellent choice for height and drama in the shade garden.
ARENARIA MONTANA
ARENARIA MONTANA Mountain Sandwort Evergreen, lanceolate or ovate green to grayish-green leaves are 3/4” to 1” long and form a hardy, mossy mat. Silvery white star-like flowers in spring and summer look almost too big for the plant to handle. Use where its trailing stems are really shown off such as, in wall or rock crevices. Prefers well drained, sandy to sandy loam soils. Plants have a shallow root system and may be damaged by drought.
ARGYRANTHEMUM ASSORTED
ARGYRANTHEMUM ASSORTED Assorted Marguerite Daisy Assorted Marguerite Daisy
ARMERIA MARITIMA RUBRIFOLIA
ARMERIA MARITIMA RUBRIFOLIA Red Leaf Sea Pink Round, deep red flower clusters held above plants on thin wiry stems in summer. Foliage is dark, almost black grass-like leaves and a burgundy fall color. Compact mounds are ideal for tucking into rock gardens and surrounding stepping stones where they withstand light foot traffic. Needs well-drained soil that is not overly fertile. Evergreen, non-aggressive.
ARMERIA MARITIMA SPLENDENS
ARMERIA MARITIMA SPLENDENS Splendens Sea Thrift Hardy evergreen forming a low, dense cushions of grass-like foliage with globe shaped pink flowers from May to July.
ARMERIA NIFTY THRIFTY
ARMERIA NIFTY THRIFTY Nifty Thrifty Sea Pink Bright rose pink, round clusters of flowers in Summer are held up on wiry stems above grassy, evergreen foliage that is edged in cream. Compact mounds are ideal for tucking into rock gardens and surrounding stepping stones where they withstand light foot traffic.
ARMERIA VICTOR REITER
ARMERIA VICTOR REITER Victor Reiter Sea Thrift Pink, round clusters of flowers held above foliage on green wiry stems in late spring. Compact mounds of deep green, grass-like foliage are ideal for tucking into rock gardens and surrounding stepping stones where they withstand light foot traffic.
ARONIA ARB. BRILLIANTISSIMA
ARONIA ARB. BRILLIANTISSIMA Red Chokeberry This adaptable selection has very glossy, dark-green foliage with superior crimson red color in the fall. Abundant white flowers and large red glossy fruits provide late season berries for birds. Best fall color in full sun and moist, well drained soil, but is adaptable to shade and dry locations. A native that is an excellent substitute to the exotic, invasive Euonymus alata (Burning Bush).
ARONIA AUTUMN MAGIC
ARONIA AUTUMN MAGIC Autumn Magic Chokeberry Masses of fragrant white flowers followed by clusters of glossy purple-black fruit that persist into winter. The lustrous green foliage turns vibrant red to dusky purple in fall.
ARONIA IRIQUOIS BEAUTY
ARONIA IRIQUOIS BEAUTY Morton Black Chokeberry Masses of fragrant white flowers followed by clusters of glossy purple-black fruit that persist into winter. The lustrous green foliage turns vibrant red to dusky purple in fall. Selected by the Morton Arboretum and introduced by Chicagoland Grows.
ARONIA MEL. VIKING
ARONIA MEL. VIKING Viking Chokeberry A spreading, multi-stemmed shrub with glossy, dark green foliage turning a brilliant red in fall. The white flowers in May are followed by clusters of purple-black fruit in fall.
ARONIA MELANOCARPA 'UCONNAM165'
ARONIA MELANOCARPA 'UCONNAM165' Color Choice® Low Scape® Mound Chokeberry A tough, tolerant, tidy little mound of glossy green foliage. In the spring, it's covered with hundreds of dainty white flowers, and in autumn, the leaves turn brilliant red to contrast with dark purple-black fruit.
ARTEMISIA S. SILVERMOUND
ARTEMISIA S. SILVERMOUND Silver Mound Wormwood Mounded plant with feathery silvery gray aromatic foliage. Good contrast plant.
ARTEMISIA TINY GREEN
ARTEMISIA TINY GREEN Tiny Green Miniature Wormwood Lush mat of feathery, pale green foliage and almost inconspicuous, clusters of creamy buds and tiny yellow to pale green flowers in Summer. Leaves are aromatic when crushed and able to withstand light foot traffic.
ARTEMISIA X. POWIS CASTLE
ARTEMISIA X. POWIS CASTLE Powis Castle Wormwood Mounded habit of silver, feathery, aromatic foliage that prefers sun and well-drained soil.
ARUNCUS DIOICUS
ARUNCUS DIOICUS Goat’s Beard An outstanding plant for the partially shaded garden. It looks very much like a very large white Astilbe, with its similar foliage and feathery, creamy white flower plumes. These plumes reach up to 12” in length. Although it tends to be a slow-grower the first couple of seasons, once it is established it puts on a great show year after year. Make sure it has plenty of room to grow when you first plant it as transplanting this species is a very difficult task.
ARUNCUS DIOICUS Goat’s Beard An outstanding plant for the partially shaded garden. It looks very much like a very large white Astilbe, with its similar foliage and feathery, creamy white flower plumes. These plumes reach up to 12” in length. Although it tends to be a slow-grower the first couple of seasons, once it is established it puts on a great show year after year. Make sure it has plenty of room to grow when you first plant it as transplanting this species is a very difficult task.
ARUNCUS MISTY LACE
ARUNCUS MISTY LACE Misty Lace Goat’s Beard Selected by Dr. Allan Armitage of the University of Georgia for its remarkable tolerance of the hot, humid summers in the south. In early summer, large, creamy white, feathery 7” long plumes are produced on dark red stems atop compact mounds of astilbe-like foliage.
ASARUM CANADENSE
ASARUM CANADENSE Wild Ginger An attractive groundcover with dark green, kidney-shaped foliage. Will naturalize and slowly spread by underground rhizomes.
ASARUM SPLENDENS
ASARUM SPLENDENS Chinese Ginger An easy-to-grow evergreen groundcover, perfect for the woodland garden. Large, dark-green leaves are heavily adorned with silver mottling throughout.
ASCLEPIAS INCARNATA
ASCLEPIAS INCARNATA Swamp Milkweed Tall plant with fragrant, showy clusters of pink and light purple. Does well in moist soils and plantings near water. Tolerates heavy clay soils and is very deer resistant. Food source for Monarch and queen butterfly larva and flower nectar is consumed by many other butterflies and hummingbirds.
ASCLEPIAS T HELLO YELLOW
ASCLEPIAS T HELLO YELLOW Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed Virtually hassle-free, this is a very long lived perennial that offers three months of golden yellow blooms from early through late summer.  Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. Following the fabulous flowers, green fruits develop which rupture to reveal seeds with long, silvery-white, silky hairs reminiscent of its cousin, common milkweed. These are great to use in dried flower arrangements.
ASCLEPIAS TUBEROSA
ASCLEPIAS TUBEROSA Butterfly Weed Clusters of bright orange to yellow-orange flowers appear on tall stems from late spring through summer. Flowers give way to spindle-shaped seed pods, which are used in dry floral arrangements.
ASIMINA TRILOBA
ASIMINA TRILOBA Pawpaw An upright, wide spreading silhoutte of large leaves drooping from branch ends. Purple flowers arrive in spring before the leaves emerge and are followed by a fleshy fruit.
ASPARAGUS PURPLE PASSION
ASPARAGUS PURPLE PASSION Purple Passion Asparagus Spears have a striking deep burgundy coloration. This variety has a 20% higher sugar content giving the raw stalks a sweet taste. When cooked, the stalks turn to green and have a mild, nutty flavor. Vascular bundles have less lignin per spear making them less stringy than traditional varieties. Also typically larger and much more tender.
ASSORTED
ASSORTED Quarts - Assorted Assorted Quarts
ASSORTED QUARTS Quarts - Assorted
ASSORTED QUARTS
ASSORTED QUARTS Quarts - Assorted Assorted Quarts
ASTER ALERT
ASTER ALERT Alert New York Aster Violet-red hardy asters bloom from mid-August until frost creating a carpet of color in late summer. Sprays of 1” blooms thickly cover the mounded plants.
ASTER BLUE AUTUMN
ASTER BLUE AUTUMN Blue Autumn New York Aster Vivid, violet-blue petals surrounding a yellow eye from late summer into mid-fall. Excellent garden performance overall.
ASTER KICKIN CARMINE RED
ASTER KICKIN CARMINE RED Kickin® Carmine Red Michaelmas Daisy The superb habit forms a very full, bushy, relatively short mound of finely textured green foliage that flowers from late summer through mid-fall. Every inch of the foliage is completely covered in magenta red flowers with a gold button center, creating a huge splash of color that is so needed in the garden late in the season.
ASTER MAGIC (PURPLE)
ASTER MAGIC (PURPLE) Aster Magic™ Purple One-inch purple flowers with yellow centers in late August to early October. Excellent mildew resistance.
ASTER MAGIC PINK
ASTER MAGIC PINK Pink Magic Aster Pink, daisy-like flowers in early fall. Flowers attract butterflies and are excellent for cutting.
ASTER N. PURPLE DOME
ASTER N. PURPLE DOME Purple Dome New England Aster An explosion of color, Aster Purple Dome is blanketed in deep purple mounds of daisy-like flowers with cheery yellow centers. New England Asters form robust semi-woody clumps that bloom from late summer into fall.
ASTER T. WARTBURG STAR
ASTER T. WARTBURG STAR Wartburg Star Aster Bright lavender blue flowers with golden yellow centers bloom above dark green foliage in mid-summer. Plants are more compact and smaller than other asters. Excellent mildew resistance.
ASTER WOOD’S PINK
ASTER WOOD’S PINK Wood’s Pink New York Aster An abundance of bright pink blooms over fine textured foliage atop dense, mounding plants. This American native wildflower is equally at home in wild gardens and woodlands.
ASTER WOOD’S PURPLE
ASTER WOOD’S PURPLE Wood’s Purple New York Aster An abundance of rich purple blooms over fine textured foliage atop dense, mounding plants. This American native wildflower is equally at home in wild gardens and woodlands.
ASTILBE - ASSORTED
ASTILBE - ASSORTED Assorted False Spiraea Assorted Astilbe
ASTILBE BRIDAL VEIL
ASTILBE BRIDAL VEIL Bridal Veil False Spirea White flower panicles in July on this beautiful compact plant. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE CHOCOLATE SHOGUN
ASTILBE CHOCOLATE SHOGUN Chocolate Shogun False Spirea Deep chocolate to burgundy fern-like foliage holds well all summer and is an unusual foliage color for an Astilbe. White plumes of flowers in midsummer are not as significant as the foliage. Will grow in full sun if planted in well drained soil with constant moisture.
ASTILBE COUNTRY AND WESTERN
ASTILBE COUNTRY AND WESTERN Country and Western False Spirea Prolific, full blooms of strong pink in early summer above large, shiny dark green leaves. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE DEUTSCHLAND
ASTILBE DEUTSCHLAND Deutschland False Spiraea Lustrous green leaves and upright panicles of pure white flowers.
ASTILBE ERIKA
ASTILBE ERIKA Erika False Spirea Large growing with upright spikes of dense plume like panicles of pink blooms over bronze tinted foliage. Prefers shady, moist sites, but must have good drainage during the winter. Requires constant moisture if grown in full sun. Cutting back burnt, brown foliage will rejuvenate the foliage but will not induce more flowering.
ASTILBE EUROPA
ASTILBE EUROPA Europa Japanese Astilbe Spires of soft baby pink feathery plumes are held above the lush dark green, glossy, serrated leaves. At home in the woodland garden or under shade trees that love moisture.
ASTILBE FANAL
ASTILBE FANAL Fanal False Spirea Blood-red flower spikes in late spring to early summer contrast well against the bronze foliage, which turns green later in the summer. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE HENNIE GRAAFLAND
ASTILBE HENNIE GRAAFLAND Hennie Graafland Star Astilbe A dwarf with plumes of unique star shaped, rose pink colored flowers that last for many weeks, with shiny green leaves.
ASTILBE JUMP AND JIVE
ASTILBE JUMP AND JIVE Jump and Jive False Spirea Dark pink to bright magenta-pink, feathery spikes of flowers over a compact mound of lacy dark green leaves. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE LITTLE VISION IN PURPLE
ASTILBE LITTLE VISION IN PURPLE Little Vision in Purple False Spirea Pyramidal shaped, lavender plumes in dense blocks above coarse, finely disected, dark green foliage. Blooms midsummer Little Vision in Purple is more compact, more finely dissected leaves, and darker colored flowers than the original Vision in Purple.
ASTILBE MILK & HONEY
ASTILBE MILK & HONEY Milk & Honey False Spiraea Overflowing creamy white plumes that turn light pink as they age. The bushy foliage is somewhat marbled with green and silver when young. This cultivar is a vigorous grower that blooms profusely.
ASTILBE MONTGOMERY
ASTILBE MONTGOMERY Montgomery False Spirea Dark red flower panicles in mid-summer, atop foliage that emerges bronze and turns green later in summer. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE NEW WAVE
ASTILBE NEW WAVE New Wave False Spirea New Wave is an upward grower with dark shiny green foliage. The strong, sweetly fragrant flower plumes have a consistent light, bright pink color on dark stems. The habit is more open, which ensures healthy green foliage throughout.
ASTILBE PEACH BLOSSOM
ASTILBE PEACH BLOSSOM Peach Blossom False Spirea Hardy, fragrant, peachy-pink flowers stand out atop the rich green foliage, and appear before most other varieties. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE PURPLE CANDLES
ASTILBE PURPLE CANDLES Purple Candles False Spiraea Tall upright cultivar that forms a mound of dark green leaves. Dark purplish red flowers in thick panicles bloom in early summer. Flower color softens to lighter shades of purple with age.
ASTILBE RHEINLAND
ASTILBE RHEINLAND Rheinland False Spirea Rich pink flower panicles appear in mid-summer and nicely contrast the rich, green foliage. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE RHYTHM AND BEAT
ASTILBE RHYTHM AND BEAT Rhythm and Beat False Spirea Bright pink, sweetly fragrant flowers in early summer on an upright, mounded, and compact habit plant. Leaves are a glossy, deep green. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE ROCK AND ROLL
ASTILBE ROCK AND ROLL Rock and Roll False Spirea Feathery white spikes of flowers in early summer over coarsely textured, dark green leaves with reddish stems. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE SIM. SPRITE
ASTILBE SIM. SPRITE Sprite False Spirea Pink drooping panicles in mid to late summer above finely textured glossy bronze-green foliage. More drought and sun tolerant than most species. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE SNOWDRIFT
ASTILBE SNOWDRIFT Snowdrift False Spiraea Feather-like panicles of pure white flowers on erect stems in late spring atop a foliage mound of deeply-cut, medium green leaves.
ASTILBE VISION IN PINK
ASTILBE VISION IN PINK Visions In Pink™ False Spirea A robust grower with coarse blue green leaves that adorn dense pale pink blooms in mid-summer. More drought and sun tolerant than most species. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE VISION IN PURPLE
ASTILBE VISION IN PURPLE Visions In Purple™ False Spirea Purple panicles adorn the robust green leaves in mid-summer. More drought and sun tolerant than most species. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE VISION IN RED
ASTILBE VISION IN RED Visions In Red™ False Spirea Robust, dark green foliage and dark purplish-red feathery spikes of flowers in mid-summer. More drought and sun tolerant than most species. Flowers are good for cutting and drying. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
ASTILBE VISION IN WHITE
ASTILBE VISION IN WHITE Visions in White False Spiraea Tall feathery white blooms above compact, deep bronze-green foliage. Left in place, the dried seed heads will add interest to the winter garden.
ASTILBE VISIONS Visions False Spiraea Smaller stature is perfect for containers or in clusters at the front of beds, in shade to dappled sun. The raspberry-pink, plumed flower spikes add valuable cool color accent.
ASTILBE YOUNIQUE LILAC
ASTILBE YOUNIQUE LILAC Younique Lilac™ False Spirea Lavender pink, pyramidal, plumes are fragrant and held above a quickly forming, nice petite mound of green foliage. Blooms early to midsummer on compact and very floriferous plants that typically produce double the amount of flowers as older varieties.
ASTILBE YOUNIQUE PINK
ASTILBE YOUNIQUE PINK Younique Pink False Spirea Bright pink blooms two weeks earlier than other Astilbies in late spring to summer. Compact, rounded plants are very floriferous and more tolerant of heat and drought than other varieties. Astilbe will grow in full shade but plants will not flower as much. Light shade is best and needs consistent water especially in sun.
AUCUBA MR GOLDSTRIKE
AUCUBA MR GOLDSTRIKE Mr. Goldstrike Spotted Laurel Deep green leaves with heavy bright yellow blotching and tiny reddish purple flowers blooms in early spring. A beautiful, bold color for the shadiest areas of the landscape. Makes a terrific evergreen shrub for use in containers, on covered patios or indoors. More colorful than common types. This handsome male plant serves as a pollinator to berry-producing female varieties.
AZALEA ASSORTED
AZALEA ASSORTED Assorted Azalea Assorted Azalea
AZALEA BLAAUS PINK
AZALEA BLAAUS PINK Blaauws Pink Azalea (Kurume hybrid) Double, hose in hose salmon-pink to peach-pink flowers in April-May. Small, glossy dar-green leaves are evergreen.
AZALEA BOUDOIR
AZALEA BOUDOIR Boudoir Azalea (Gable hybrid) Watermelon pink, fragrant flowers in April to May. Hardy and dependable.
AZALEA CASCADE
AZALEA CASCADE Cascade Azalea (Glenn Dale hybrid) White flowers compliment the light green evergreen foliage.
AZALEA ELSIE LEE
AZALEA ELSIE LEE Elsie Lee Azalea Bluish-lavender flowers appear in mid-spring. These unique, semi-double frilly blooms stand out against the dark green, glossy foliage on this medium rounded plant.
AZALEA EX. CANNONS DOUBLE
AZALEA EX. CANNONS DOUBLE Cannon's Double Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hyb) Double pinkish-orange flowers are warm and showy in the spring garden. Upright, open habit bears glossy foliage that is mildew resistant. Bronzy new growth.
AZALEA EX. GIBRALTAR
AZALEA EX. GIBRALTAR Gibraltar Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid) This variety lights up the landscape with flame-orange, ruffled flowers in the spring.
AZALEA EX. GOLDEN LIGHTS
AZALEA EX. GOLDEN LIGHTS Golden Lights Exbury Azalea Massive display of golden-yellow single blooms.
AZALEA EX. LEMON LIGHT
AZALEA EX. LEMON LIGHT Lemon Lights Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid) This variety lights up the landscape with bright, lemon-yellow flowers in the spring. Flowers have a wonderful fragrance.
AZALEA EX. MANDARIN LIGHTS
AZALEA EX. MANDARIN LIGHTS Mandarin Lights Exbury Azalea Massive display of bright, mandarin orange blooms in spring.
AZALEA EX. NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS
AZALEA EX. NORTHERN HIGHLIGHTS Northern Hi-Lights Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hyb) White flowers with a yellow blotch appear in late-midseason. Plants are very vigorous and resistant to powdery mildew. Foliage turns red in late summer.
AZALEA EX. ORCHID LIGHTS
AZALEA EX. ORCHID LIGHTS Orchid Lights Deciduous Azalea (Exbury hybrid) Lilac-pink, sterile blooms on a semi-dwarf plant in late spring. Compact plants with excellent bud hardiness to -45 degrees.
AZALEA EX. WESTERN LIGHTS
AZALEA EX. WESTERN LIGHTS Western Lights Exbury Azalea Clear pink tubular flowers in late spring with thicker more lush dark green foliage.
AZALEA EX. WHITE LIGHTS
AZALEA EX. WHITE LIGHTS White Lights Deciduous Azaleas (Exbury hybrid) Pale pink buds open to large, white, fragrant flowers, with a yellow blotch. Exceptionally hardy and consistently heavy flowering.
AZALEA GIRARDS CRIMSON
AZALEA GIRARDS CRIMSON Crimson Azalea (Girard hybrid) Crimson red to purplish-red blooms each with a vivid red blotch, and wavy edges. Blooms mid to late season. Evergreen foliage turns burgundy in winter.
AZALEA GIRARDS PURPLE
AZALEA GIRARDS PURPLE Girards Purple Azalea Single reddish-purple blooms.
AZALEA GIRARDS ROSE
AZALEA GIRARDS ROSE Girard's Rose Azalea (Girard hybrid) Early pink bloomer on an upright habit. Dark green foliage turns a nice red in the fall.
AZALEA GIRARDS SCARLET
AZALEA GIRARDS SCARLET Girards Scarlet Azalea Deep orange red flowers are slightly ruffled and trumpet-shaped.
AZALEA GLENDALE DAUNTLESS
AZALEA GLENDALE DAUNTLESS Dauntless Azalea (Glenn Dale hybrid) Vibrant lavender flowers in spring appear on this compact grower.
AZALEA GLENDALE FAWN
AZALEA GLENDALE FAWN Fawn Azalea (Glenn Dale hybrid) Unique bicolor flowers of deep pink and white, on a compact plant.
AZALEA GLENDALE RED
AZALEA GLENDALE RED Glendale Red Azalea Large, 2" single flowers in a bright shade of tomato to red-pink.
AZALEA HELEN CURTIS DOUBLE WHITE
AZALEA HELEN CURTIS DOUBLE WHITE Helen Curtis Double White Azalea Double white flowers with frilly edges on a low growing evergreen plant. Protect from winter winds.
AZALEA HERBERT
AZALEA HERBERT Herbert Azalea (Gable hybrid) Vivid purple flowers in early May. Excellent hardiness.
AZALEA HINO CRIMSON
AZALEA HINO CRIMSON Hino Crimson Azalea A profusion of single, crimson blooms appear early and continue through spring. A leading flowering shrub for use as hedge, walkway border or in massed planting for stunning color display. Loves the dappled sunlight of a woodland garden.
AZALEA HOT SHOT
AZALEA HOT SHOT Hot Shot Azalea (Girard hybrid) Fiery orange-red blooms with wavy edges.
AZALEA KAREN
AZALEA KAREN Karen Azalea (Gable hybrid) Purple blooms. Excellent hardiness.
AZALEA LOUISE GABLE
AZALEA LOUISE GABLE Louise Gable Azalea (Gable hybrid) Compact grower with coral pink flowers appearing later in the season.
AZALEA PLEASANT WHITE
AZALEA PLEASANT WHITE Pleasant White Azalea (Girard hybrid) Large, white flowers with a more upright habit.
AZALEA POUK. COMPACTA
AZALEA POUK. COMPACTA Compact Korean Azalea Abundant, lavender-lilac blooms cover this evergreen Azalea in March. Hardy buds make this early bloomer a spring sentinel! A dense grower covered with deep green foliage.
AZALEA POUK. SWEET SIXTEEN
AZALEA POUK. SWEET SIXTEEN Sweet Sixteen Azalea Sweetly colored blooms of soft pearl pink cover this hardy Azalea in early spring. The blooms are double hose-in-hose and very sturdy. Plentiful, dark evergreen foliage persists all winter.
AZALEA POUKHANENSE IMP
AZALEA POUKHANENSE IMP Poukhanense Improved Azalea Light lavender flower. Very hardy.
AZALEA RENEE MICHELLE
AZALEA RENEE MICHELLE Renee Michelle Azalea (Girard hybrid) Clear pink blooms on a compact evergreen shrub.
AZALEA ROSEBUD
AZALEA ROSEBUD Rosebud Azalea (Gable hybrid) Double, rose-pink blooms resemble miniature rosebuds. Nice, compact habit.
AZALEA SNOWBALL
AZALEA SNOWBALL Snowball Azalea Clusters of small white flowers in early spring.
AZALEA STEWARTSTONIAN
AZALEA STEWARTSTONIAN Stewartstonian Azalea (Gable hybrid) Brick red blossoms. Wine-red foliage in winter.
AZALEA TRADITION
AZALEA TRADITION Tradition Azalea The large, single flowers in a clear, medium pink shade bloom heavily on top of tiny, dark green, spreading foliage.
AZALEA VISCOSUM
AZALEA VISCOSUM Swamp Azalea Abundant white flowers appear in summer and have a spicy, clove-like fragrance. Plants grow into multi-stemmed shrubs that put on a show in fall with their flame red foliage.
AZALEA WESTON’S LOLLIPOP
AZALEA WESTON’S LOLLIPOP Weston’s Lollipop Azalea Extremely fragrant, silvery-pink flowers set this summer blooming variety apart from others. Peaking in mid-June, it will continue to exude a sweet scent through late in the month. Foliage turns orange red in September and October.
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