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CABBAGE OSAKA MIX
CABBAGE OSAKA MIX Osaka Ornamental Cabbage Osaka Flowering Cabbage has colorful blend of red, pink and white wavy-edged leaves on tightly packed, compact heads. Vigorous and uniform in appearance.
CABBAGE PIGEON PURPLE
CABBAGE PIGEON PURPLE Cabbage Round-shaped solid head with wavy leaves grows uniformly on dwarf, compact plants. Outer leaves remain a medium to dark green, while the centers turn color. Heads will begin to color when temperatures reach approx. 60° F. Height: 10-12", 12" spread. Magenta-purple center
CABBAGE PIGEON WHITE
CABBAGE PIGEON WHITE Cabbage Round-shaped solid head with wavy leaves grows uniformly on dwarf, compact plants. Outer leaves remain a medium to dark green, while the centers turn color. Heads will begin to color when temperatures reach approx. 60° F. Height: 10-12", 12" spread. Bright white center
CALADIUM ASSORTED
CALADIUM ASSORTED 'Florida Sweetheart' Plant Caladiums are tropical foliage plants grown for their colorful leaves, they are used as pot, border, and bedding plants. Varieties exhibit combinations of shades of red, pink, or white, with prominently colored midribs and contrasting backgrounds and borders.
CALAMINTHA BLUE CLOUD
CALAMINTHA BLUE CLOUD Blue Cloud Beginning in early summer, tiny pale blue flowers appear in abundance on upright spikes. Flowers persist from June through October. Leaves resemble those of Nepeta and have a strong minty fragrance.
CALCEOLARIA CALYNOPSIS ASST
CALCEOLARIA CALYNOPSIS ASST Calynopsis Assorted Colors Unique pocket- shaped, orchid-like flowers in assorted brilliant colors of reds, oranges & yellows, loves full sun.
CALI GOLD,VERB RED & VERB PURPLE
CALI GOLD,VERB RED & VERB PURPLE 12” Mixed Basket 12” Mixed basket with Calibrachoa Gold with Red Eye, Verbena Lanai Red, and Verbena Lanai Royal Purple with eye.
CALI LT BL/ LOTUS VINE & PET RED
CALI LT BL/ LOTUS VINE & PET RED 12" Mixed Basket 12” Mixed basket with Calibrachoa Light Blue, Lotus Vine, and Petunia Surfina Red.
CALI ORG/PET LIPSTICK& LOB DK BLUE
CALI ORG/PET LIPSTICK& LOB DK BLUE 12” Mixed Basket 12” Mixed basket with Calibrachoa Orange, Petunia Sanguna Lipstick, and Lobelia Techno Heat Dark Blue.
CALIBRACHOA
CALIBRACHOA Million Bells Assorted Calibrachoa
CALLICARPA AMETHYST
CALLICARPA AMETHYST Plump and Plentiful™ Beauty Berry Violet-purple fruits abound on this new shrub with grass green leaves and dark stems. The plentiful fruits last from September to a hard frost and even into the winter months for an extended garden display.
CALLICARPA D. EARLY AMETHYST
CALLICARPA D. EARLY AMETHYST Early Amethyst Beautyberry Small pinkish-lavender summer blooms, on slender-arching branches, give way to massive clusters of small lilac-colored fruits.
CALLICARPA LILAC
CALLICARPA LILAC Plump & Plentiful™ Lilac Beauty Berry Luscious, plump purple fruits all summer on plants with large, grass green leaves and dark stems. Plentiful berries along every branch will deliver months of color on a drought tolerant carefree plant.
CALLICARPA PURPLE GIANT
CALLICARPA PURPLE GIANT Plump & Plentiful™ Purple Giant Beauty Berry Super huge clusters of luscious, plump purple fruits all summer on plants with large, grass green leaves and dark stems. Plentiful berries along every branch will deliver months of color on a drought tolerant carefree plant.
CALLICARPA ‘NCCX1’
CALLICARPA ‘NCCX1’ Color Choice® Purple Pearls® Beautyberry Distinctive pink flowers in fall produce showy purple fruit. Foliage is tinged with purple, particularly in the fall when the very large purpl-violet berries cover the plant. Vigorous, upright plant has a nice habit.
CALLIE PINK/VERB REDROSE & VERB WHITE
CALLIE PINK/VERB REDROSE & VERB WHITE Pink Calli, Redrose Verbena & White Verbena Mixed hanging basket
CALLIRHOE INVOLUCRATA
CALLIRHOE INVOLUCRATA Purple Poppy Mallow Solitary, poppy-like magenta flowers continuously appear from early summer to fall. An airy flowering groundcover. Useful for borders, rock gardens, cottage gardens and naturalized areas.
CALTHA PALUSTRIS
CALTHA PALUSTRIS Marsh Marigold One of the first plants to bloom in spring with bright yellow flowers held above mounds of glossy green leaves. Marsh marigold lights up moist areas and will grow as a water plant, in boggy areas, or in constantly moist garden soil. Plants may colonize where they are happy.
CALYCANTHUS EDITH WILDER Edith Wilder Sweetshrub A lovely selection of adaptable native plant, first appearing at the Scott Arboretum of Swarthmore, PA. Reddish-maroon flowers are very fragrant and displayed profusely on the upright branches. The foliage is held at right angles to the stems. Fall color yellow.
CALYCANTHUS FLORIDUS
CALYCANTHUS FLORIDUS Sweetshrub Chocolate-red flowers in spring exude a sweet, strawberry fragrance. Performs well in shade. Disease resistant.
CALYCANTHUS HARTLAGE WINE
CALYCANTHUS HARTLAGE WINE Hartlage Sweetshrub An actual hybrid between the Asian Calycanthus (Sinocalycanthus) chinensis and the native C. floridus that blends the best qualities of both parents. It produces large raspberry to wine-red flowers with a subtle fragrance over a long season. The large medium green leaves add bold texture.
CALYCANTHUS VENUS
CALYCANTHUS VENUS Venus Sweetshrub Large, magnolia-like white flowers with yellow and purple central markings and glossy green foliage. Flowers are fragrant in early summer and appear intermittently through the season. Foliage matures to a golden yellow in autumn.
CALYCANTHUS X ‘APHRODITE’
CALYCANTHUS X ‘APHRODITE’ Color Choice® Aphrodite Sweetshrub Nice, glossy foliage and large, bright red magnolia-like flowers. Flowers have excellent reblooming power and are very fragrant.
CAMPANULA BLUE WATERFALL
CAMPANULA BLUE WATERFALL Blue Waterfall Bellflower Violet blue, star shaped, upward facing flowers form dense mats of flowers radiating out from the low mound of green foliage. Escellent when used to cascade over rocks, containers, and hanging baskets. Blooms late spring to midsummer, often repeating sporadically into fall.
CAMPANULA C. BLUE CLIPS
CAMPANULA C. BLUE CLIPS Blue Clips Bellflower A compact, rounded clump with medium blue flowers from June to September.
CAMPANULA C. UNIFORM WHITE Uniform White Bellflower Plants have pure white cup-shaped flowers from June to September, atop nice uniform compact plants.
CAMPANULA C. WHITE CLIPS
CAMPANULA C. WHITE CLIPS White Clips Bellflower Bright white flowers from June to September, atop bright green foliage. Good for borders, rock gardens or containers.
CAMPANULA FREYA
CAMPANULA FREYA Freya Bellflower A sturdy, non-invasive, compact selection with multiple stems that hold many deep violet-blue, starry bell-shaped blooms.
CAMPANULA P. TAKION BLUE
CAMPANULA P. TAKION BLUE Takion Blue Bellflower Super-compact with large, abundant, lavender-blue flowers. Habit is upright and bell-shaped blossoms face up and outwards revealing their richly colored throats. Excellent as cut flowers, as well as in containers and the garden.
CAMPANULA PEARL DEEP BLUE
CAMPANULA PEARL DEEP BLUE Pearl Deep Blue Bellflower A profusion of upward-facing, 2” vivid blue-violet flowers with lighter centers that float above the dark green foliage. It blooms from late spring to late summer if deadheaded regularly.
CAMPANULA PINK OCTOPUS
CAMPANULA PINK OCTOPUS Pink Octopus Bellflower Japanese lantern buds open to striking pink, octopus-like flowers. Nicely upright flowering branches above strong, deeply cut foliage. Long bloom time. Vigorous spreader and good for green roofs. Has a better habit and not as aggresive as ‘Beautiful Trust’. Grows well in the south.
CAMPSIS BIGNONIA RADICANS
CAMPSIS BIGNONIA RADICANS Trumpet Vine A beautiful deciduous vine that demands careful consideration in placement, but rewards with clusters of large carnelian-red blossoms which attract hummingbirds and butterflies.  Trumpet Creeper climbs using aerial rootlets which will cling to just about any supportive surface. The vines can become so top-heavy that they pull away.  Prune when dormant to avoid this.  Watch for suckers and dig them out as soon as you notice them as they will quickly invade other spaces and become pervasive if not controlled.  Plant this vine in areas where dramatic flower and foliage are desired.
CAMPSIS RADICANS FLAVA
CAMPSIS RADICANS FLAVA Yellow Trumpet Vine A dense, vigorous, multi-stemmed, deciduous, woody, clinging vine with yellow-orange flowers that attaches itself to structures and climbs by aerial rootlets.
CAMPSIS RADICANS INDIAN SUMMER
CAMPSIS RADICANS INDIAN SUMMER Indian Summer Trumpet Vine Orange-red, trumpet-shaped flowers appear from late spring into early summer on new growth. Flowers attract hummingbirds and are followed by long seed pods. More compact and less invasive than the species.
CAMPSIS RADICANS ‘STROMBOLI’
CAMPSIS RADICANS ‘STROMBOLI’ First Editions® Atomic Red™ Trumpet Vine Dark red buds open to orange-red, trumpet-like flowers which mature to an incredibly bold red. Tubular flowers are larger than the species measuring 3-4" long.
CAMPSIS SUMMER JAZZ FIRE
CAMPSIS SUMMER JAZZ FIRE Summer Jazz Fire Trumpet Vine Vibrant red blooms and intense orange overtones with half the size and half the vigor.
CAMPSIS X. TAG. MADAME ROSY
CAMPSIS X. TAG. MADAME ROSY Madame Rosy Trumpet Vine Rose colored, trumpet-shaped blooms appear in late May and persist through September. A beautiful, seedless variety that is very well mannered.
CANNA BIRD OF PARADISE
CANNA BIRD OF PARADISE Bird of Paradise Canna Spear-shaped leaves are slate blue-gray with purple veins and midvein, contrasted by a bright, neon pin-striped edge. Leaves can reach 3' in length. Bright pink blooms.
CANNA BLUEBERRY SPARKLER
CANNA BLUEBERRY SPARKLER Blueberry Sparkler Canna Purple leaves have blue-grey undersides and are the perfect backdrop for the medium pink flowers.
CANNA BLUSHING BRIDE Blushing Bride Canna Pink flower with a light yellow margin. Green lance shaped foliage on medium-sized plant.
CANNA CANNOVA BRONZE SCARLET
CANNA CANNOVA BRONZE SCARLET Cannova® Bronze Scarlet Canna Bright scarlet flowers are produced until the first frost above the bronze foliage. Cannova® cannas are the earliest to bloom on robust, lush plants with large, bronze banana-like leaves and vibrant flower colors. Keep moist and do not allow to dry out. Spent blooms should be removed until no more blooms form on the shoot, then remove the shoot to encourage more blooms.
CANNA CANNOVA MANGO
CANNA CANNOVA MANGO Cannova® Mango Canna Bright mango flowers are produced until the first frost above the green foliage. Cannova® cannas are the earliest to bloom on robust, lush plants with large, banana-like leaves and vibrant flower colors. Keep moist and do not allow to dry out. Spent blooms should be removed until no more blooms form on the shoot, then remove the shoot to encourage more blooms.
CANNA CANNOVA RED SHADES
CANNA CANNOVA RED SHADES Cannova® Red Shades Canna Bright red flowers are produced until the first frost above the green foliage. Cannova® cannas are the earliest to bloom on robust, lush plants with large, banana-like leaves and vibrant flower colors. Keep moist and do not allow to dry out. Spent blooms should be removed until no more blooms form on the shoot, then remove the shoot to encourage more blooms.
CANNA CANNOVA ROSE
CANNA CANNOVA ROSE Cannova® Rose Canna Bright rose flowers are produced until the first frost above the green foliage. Cannova® cannas are the earliest to bloom on robust, lush plants with large, banana-like leaves and vibrant flower colors. Keep moist and do not allow to dry out. Spent blooms should be removed until no more blooms form on the shoot, then remove the shoot to encourage more blooms.
CANNA CANNOVA YELLOW
CANNA CANNOVA YELLOW Cannova® Yellow Canna Bright yellow flowers are produced until the first frost above the green foliage. Cannova® cannas are the earliest to bloom on robust, lush plants with large, banana-like leaves and vibrant flower colors. Keep moist and do not allow to dry out. Spent blooms should be removed until no more blooms form on the shoot, then remove the shoot to encourage more blooms.
CANNA EREBUS
CANNA EREBUS Erebus Canna Green, glaucous, lance-shaped leaves and medium-sized salmon-pink flowers. An aquatic canna that grows well in the ground or in less than 6in. of standing water.
CANNA LEMON PUNCH
CANNA LEMON PUNCH Lemon Punch Canna A new compact variety with bright green leaves and lemon yellow flowers. A prolific bloomer.
CANNA LONGWOOD RED
CANNA LONGWOOD RED Longwood Red Canna Lance shaped green leaves with bright red flowers.
CANNA MADEIRA
CANNA MADEIRA Madiera Canna A medium-sized cultivar with lovely red blooms and solid yellow edging.
CANNA MAUI PUNCH
CANNA MAUI PUNCH Maui Punch Canna Vibrant, yellow flowers are covered with bright reddish-orange spots. A compact grower with bright green leaves.
CANNA ORANGE PUNCH
CANNA ORANGE PUNCH Orange Punch Canna Bright orange flowers have yellow centers. Flowers are smaller than most but make up for it with their bloom power; blooming twice as much as most other varieties.
CANNA PRETORIA
CANNA PRETORIA Pretoria Canna Brilliant orange blooms with yellow and green striped foliage.
CANNA SOUTH PACIFIC SCARLET
CANNA SOUTH PACIFIC SCARLET South Pacific Scarlet Canna More floriferous than most cannas with 6 to 7 stems per plant. Each stem is topped with 4 inch, scarlet, orchid-like blooms. Large deep green leaves. Thrives in full sun and can tolerate a light frost.
CANNA TENERIFE
CANNA TENERIFE Tenerife Canna Golden yellow blooms have flame flecks and dots.
CANNA TROPICAL BRONZE SCARLET
CANNA TROPICAL BRONZE SCARLET Tropical™ Bronze Scarlet Canna Scarlet blooms are 3-4 inches, the same size of larger growing Cannas but on a compact plant under 3-feet tall. Burgundy red foliage. Blooms from early Summer to early Fall.
CANNA TROPICAL ROSE
CANNA TROPICAL ROSE Tropical™ Rose Canna Rose blooms are 3-4 inches, the same size of larger growing Cannas but on a compact plant under 3-feet tall. Medium green foliage. Blooms from early Summer to Early Fall.
CANNA TROPICAL SALMON
CANNA TROPICAL SALMON Tropical™ Salmon Canna Salmon blooms are 3-4 inches, the same size of larger growing Cannas but on a compact plant under 3-feet tall. Medium green foliage. Blooms from early Summer to early Fall.
CANNA TROPICAL YELLOW
CANNA TROPICAL YELLOW Tropical Yellow Canna Yellow blooms are 3-4 inches, the same size of larger growing Cannas but on a compact plant under 3-feet tall. Medium green foliage. Blooms from early Summer to early Fall.
CANNA X GENERALIS AUSTRALIA
CANNA X GENERALIS AUSTRALIA Australis Canna Red flowers with burgundy foliage.
CANNA X GENERALIS INTRIGUE
CANNA X GENERALIS INTRIGUE Intrigue Canna Purple, lance-shaped leaves and orange orchid-like flowers. Narrow, upright habit. Retains foliage color even in shade.
CANNA X GENERALIS PINK SUNBURST
CANNA X GENERALIS PINK SUNBURST Pink Sunburst Canna Lovely medium pink flowers, atop lush green foliage touched with yellow.
CANNA YELLOW PUNCH
CANNA YELLOW PUNCH Yellow Punch Canna A compact growing form at 2' tall with bright-green leaves and lemon-yellow flowers. Bring a piece of the tropics to your back yard. A prolific bloomer.
CARAGANA ARB. PENDULA
CARAGANA ARB. PENDULA Weeping Siberian Peashrub Cascading weeping branches bear yellow flowers in May that resemble pea blossoms. 'Pendula' sports a fatter branch and thicker, coarser foliage.
CARAGANA ARB. WALKER
CARAGANA ARB. WALKER Walker Weeping Siberian Peashrub Cascading weeping branches bear yellow flowers in May that resemble pea blossoms. 'Walkeri' sports fern-like foliage and skinny branches.
CARPINUS BET. COLUMNARIS
CARPINUS BET. COLUMNARIS Columnar Hornbeam Narrow, fastigiate form in youth acquires a tear drop or oval-vase shape with age. Excellent for formal hedging and screens. Foliage turns yellow-orange in fall. Catkins form in early spring before the foliage emerges.
CARPINUS BET. FRANS FONTAINE
CARPINUS BET. FRANS FONTAINE Franz Fontaine Hornbeam Unique upright form that will stay narrow with age. Great for confined spaces or as a street tree. Yellow fall color.
CARPINUS BET. LUCAS
CARPINUS BET. LUCAS Lucas European Hornbeam Grows even more narrow than ‘Fastigiata’. Dark green leaves turn yellow-orange in Fall. Takes to pruning well and an excellent choice for hedging, training into archways, etc... Adaptable to many types of soils.
CARPINUS BETULUS ‘JFS-KW1CB’ Emerald Avenue® Hornbeam Vigorous and easy to grow, Emerald Avenue’s® performance is impressive on the street. Emerald Avenue® maintains healthy deep green foliage during the heat of summer, thanks to its superior heat tolerance.
CARPINUS C. FIRESPIRE
CARPINUS C. FIRESPIRE Firespire™ American Hornbeam Upright habit with outstanding orange-red Fall color. Very useful for screening or hedges because of its upright habit and tolerance for both sun and shade. Slow growing.
CARPINUS CAROLINIANA
CARPINUS CAROLINIANA American Hornbeam Crisp, green summer foliage turns red-orange in fall. Smooth gray bark has a "muscled" appearance. A rounded to broad-spreading habit.
CARPINUS JAPONICA
CARPINUS JAPONICA Japanese Hornbeam Commonly called Japanese hornbeam, it is a slow-growing, deciduous, small to medium-sized understory tree with an attractive spreading globular form and lush dark green leaves with prominent veining. Brown fruiting catkins are sausage-shaped with dense overlapping bracts.
CARYA OVATA
CARYA OVATA Shagbark Hickory Noted for its shaggy bark and hickory nut, this plant makes a nice rugged tree. Native from Quebec to Minnesota, south to Georgia and Texas.
CARYOPTERIS INCANA ‘JASON’
CARYOPTERIS INCANA ‘JASON’ Color Choice® Sunshine Blue® Bluebeard Bright, sunny-yellow foliage, a compact habit and rich amethyst-blue flowers that begin in late summer and continue until frost.
CARYOPTERIS INCANA ‘SMNCVH’
CARYOPTERIS INCANA ‘SMNCVH’ Color Choice® Sunshine Blue II™ Bluebeard A new, improved variety of the classic Sunshine Blue, but much more tolerant of cold climates. If you've had trouble with bluebeard surviving winter in the past, now's your chance to enjoy the vivid gold foliage and blue blooms of this late blooming favorite.
CARYOPTERIS X C. DARK KNIGHT
CARYOPTERIS X C. DARK KNIGHT Dark Knight Bluebeard Fragrant blue blossoms in July-August attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Fragrant, silvery-gray foliage. Cut back hard in spring to rejuvenate.
CARYOPTERIS X C. GRAND BLEU
CARYOPTERIS X C. GRAND BLEU Grand Bleu™ Caryopteris A compact cultivar best noted for its dark blue flowers and dark green foliage.
CARYOPTERIS X CLANDONENSIS ‘BLAUER SPLATZ’
CARYOPTERIS X CLANDONENSIS ‘BLAUER SPLATZ’ First Editions® Sapphire Surf™ Bluebeard Lovely dark blue flowers completely cover this low mounded shrub. Dazzling blooms and compact growth make this especially suitable for mass plantings or mixed into the perennial border as a charming accent plant.
CARYOPTERIS X CLANDONENSIS ‘JANICE’
CARYOPTERIS X CLANDONENSIS ‘JANICE’ Color Choice® Lil Miss Sunshine® Bluebeard Deep blue flowers contrast with the sunny yellow leaves. Adds a shot of bold color in late summer to the garden or containers.
CARYOPTERIS X CLANDONENSIS ‘MINBLEU’
CARYOPTERIS X CLANDONENSIS ‘MINBLEU’ Color Choice® Petit Bleu™ Bluebeard 'Minibleu' is a compact cultivar best noted for its dark blue flowers, glossy dark green foliage, free-branching habit and tight low-mounded growth.
CATALPA SPECIOSA
CATALPA SPECIOSA Northern Catalpa Large clusters of bell-shaped, white flowers with yellow and purple speckling appear in late spring. An open-rounded canopy of broad, light green leaves turn yellow in fall.
CEANOTHUS X ‘MINMAROSE’
CEANOTHUS X ‘MINMAROSE’ Color Choice® Marie Rose™ New Jersey Tea Numerous panicles of rich pink flowers appear in mid-summer and again in early fall, followed by attractive red seed capsules. It is an upright, compact plant with glossy foliage and purple stems. An extremely drought-tolerant plant that is adored by butterflies.
CEDRUS Cedar
CEDRUS A. GLAUCA PENDULA
CEDRUS A. GLAUCA PENDULA Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar Dramatic, weeping evergreen makes a special addition to any landscape. Grows slowly with a sprawling horizontal habit, though can be trained into an upright, serpentine form. Pendant branchlets display icy-blue needles, creating a waterfall-like effect.
CEDRUS ATLANTICA GLAUCA
CEDRUS ATLANTICA GLAUCA Blue Atlas Cedar Silvery-blue needles on a true Cedar. Loose pyramidal form in youth, growing more flat topped with long spreading branches with age.
CEDRUS DEODORA KARL FUCHS
CEDRUS DEODORA KARL FUCHS Karl Fuchs Deodor Cedar Brilliant blue foliage in spring, matures to aquamarine on a very slender, elegantly layered habit. A low maintenance specimen tree that is drought-tolerant and deer-resistant.
CELASTRUS SCANDENS ‘BAILUMN’
CELASTRUS SCANDENS ‘BAILUMN’ First Editions® Autumn Revolution™ Bittersweet Vine with very showy orange-red fruit in fall that are twice as large and abundant as the species. Unlike the species, this variety has perfect flowers and does not require a pollinator.
CELOSIA INTENZ
CELOSIA INTENZ Celosia Intenz Vibrant purple spikes of flowers. Prefers full sun and has a long bloom time.
CELOSIA INTENZ CLASSIC
CELOSIA INTENZ CLASSIC Celosia Intenz Vibrant purple spikes of flowers. Prefers full sun and has a long bloom time.
CELOSIA INTENZ DK PURPLE
CELOSIA INTENZ DK PURPLE Intenz Dark Purple Celosia Bold, rich purple color that continue to bloom throughout they season and can take the heat. Medium green foliage.
CELOSIA INTENZ LIPSTICK
CELOSIA INTENZ LIPSTICK Celosia Intenz Bold purple spikes of flowers. Prefers full sun and has a long bloom time.
CELOSIA KELOS LIME
CELOSIA KELOS LIME Kelos Fire Lime Celosia Lime green spike flower color that continue to bloom throughout they season and can take the heat. Medium green foliage.
CELOSIA KELOS ORANGE
CELOSIA KELOS ORANGE Kelos Orange Celosia Orange spikes of flowers. Prefers warm, rich, well-drained soil.
CELOSIA KELOS ORANGE
CELOSIA KELOS ORANGE Kelos Fire Orange Celosia Bright orange spike flower color that continue to bloom throughout they season and can take the heat. Medium green foliage.
CELOSIA KELOS PURPLE
CELOSIA KELOS PURPLE Kelos Purple Celosia Violet-purple spikes of flowers. Prefers warm, rich, well-drained soil.
CELOSIA TWISTED RED IMPR
CELOSIA TWISTED RED IMPR Twisted Red Improved Celosia Unique bold red color and twisted leaves will be sure to catch your eye!
CELTIS OCC PRAIRIE PRIDE Prairie Pride Hackberry A rounded, uniform, moderate to fast grower with ascending, arching branches and long narrow green leaves. Small dark green flowers produce distinct red fruit that attracts birds.
CELTIS OCC. PRAIRIE SENTINEL
CELTIS OCC. PRAIRIE SENTINEL Prairie Sentinel® Hackberry This fastigiate Hackberry fills the need for an urban tolerant columnar tree for narrow city streets in the toughest climates. Great adaptability to heat and drought. Disease free.
CELTIS OCC. ULTRA
CELTIS OCC. ULTRA Ultra™ Common Hackberry A low branching native tree with dark green foliage and orange-red fruit. Disease free. Stronger growing than the species with a broadly rounded shape.
CELTIS OCCIDENTALIS
CELTIS OCCIDENTALIS Common Hackberry Common hackberry is a medium to large sized deciduous with upright-arching branching and a rounded spreading crown. The mature gray bark develops corky ridges and a warty texture. Greenish flowers appear in spring, with the male flowers in clusters and female flowers solitary. The female flowers give way to an abundant fruit crop of round fleshy, berry-like drupes that mature to deep purple. Each drupe has one round brown seed within. Fleshy parts of the fruit are edible and somewhat sweet.
CEPHALANTHUS MAGICAL MOONLIGHT
CEPHALANTHUS MAGICAL MOONLIGHT Magical Moonlight Button Bush Buttonbush has one of the most unique flowers of any shrub. The pale pinkish-white, sphere shaped flowers bloom in mid summer with an intensely sweet fragrance. The flowers are magnets for butterflies and hummingbirds. Tolerates wet soil, thriving in bogs and along ponds, in part sun or full sun.
CEPHALANTHUS OCCIDENTALIS
CEPHALANTHUS OCCIDENTALIS Button Bush Large, showy white flower heads with intensely sweet fragrance dangle from the bush in August. The flowers mature into round fruits each containing hundreds of nutlike seeds that are eaten by birds. The flowers are magnets for butterflies and hummingbirds. Tolerates wet soil, thriving in bogs and along ponds, in part sun or full sun.
CEPHALANTHUS OCCIDENTALIS ‘SMCOSS’
CEPHALANTHUS OCCIDENTALIS ‘SMCOSS’ Color Choice® Sugar Shack® Buttonbush Fragrant white flowers produce red fruit on this dwarf, native plant with glossy green foliage. Blooms on new wood and best in moist soils. Great for raingardens.
CERASTIUM T. YO YO
CERASTIUM T. YO YO Yo Yo Snow in Summer Yo Yo is a more restrained and compact habit that is easier to control. Wooly silver-gray foliage and bright white daisy-like flowers on 10" stems, cover the plants in June and July. Undemanding and works well in poor, dry soils tucked in stone walls, between stepping stones, or on slopes.
CERATOSTIGMA PLUMBAGINOIDES
CERATOSTIGMA PLUMBAGINOIDES Leadwort Brilliant blue flowers from August to October with maroon fall foliage. Plant before mid-summer, prefers sun-part shade and well-drained soil. Use in mass or as an edging plant.
CERCID. JAP. MORIOKA
CERCID. JAP. MORIOKA Morioka Weeping Katsuratree Bluish-green leaves flutter in the breeze, giving the impression of a shimmering waterfall. Native to China and Japan, the leaves will turn earthy shades of orange and yellow in the fall and have a caramel-like fragrance before dropping.
CERCID. JAP. RED FOX
CERCID. JAP. RED FOX Red Fox Katsura Compact, columnar habit that is excellent for small spaces. Leaves have attractive bronzy-purplish color during summer; as leaves turn color in fall they have a distinct burnt sugar smell; foliage will have the best purple color in full sun.
CERCID. JAPONICUM
CERCID. JAPONICUM Katsura Tree Rounded tree with blue-gray, heart-shaped leaves. Apricot yellow fall color.
CERCIS CAN. ACE OF HEARTS
CERCIS CAN. ACE OF HEARTS Ace of Hearts Redbud Distinctive dwarf redbud that is perfect for smaller gardens. Clusters of sweet pea-like blooms arrive in spring before the distinctive heart-shaped leaves. Forms a dense canopy of dark green foliage that turns brilliant yellow in fall.
CERCIS CAN. ALBA
CERCIS CAN. ALBA Eastern White Bud Beautiful small tree featuring snowy white flowers and lighter green leaves.
CERCIS CAN. COVEY
CERCIS CAN. COVEY Lavender Twist™ Weeping Redbud Weeping branches covered with purplish-pink flowers in spring and dark green, heart-shaped leaves.
CERCIS CAN. FOREST PANSY
CERCIS CAN. FOREST PANSY Forest Pansy Redbud Profuse orchid-red flowers followed by reddish-purple foliage all season.
CERCIS CAN. LITTLE WOODY
CERCIS CAN. LITTLE WOODY Little Woody Redbud Graceful, compact tree with a vase-shaped canopy. Clusters of purple, sweet pea-like blooms in spring. The small, lightly crinkled, heart-shaped leaves have interesting yellow fall foliage.
CERCIS CAN. MERLOT
CERCIS CAN. MERLOT Merlot Redbud Glossy purple foliage holds its color all season. Nice, compact, semi-upright habit with excellent branching. Improved heat and drought tolerance. An improvement in nearly every way over the older purple leaf varieties.
CERCIS CAN. PINK HEARTBREAKER
CERCIS CAN. PINK HEARTBREAKER Pink Heartbreaker Redbud An exceptional, weeping form with a strong branching habit. The leaves emerge red in spring and become dark green in summer. Lavender-pink, sweet pea-like flowers appear on the bare branches in spring.
CERCIS CAN. RUBY FALLS
CERCIS CAN. RUBY FALLS Ruby Falls Weeping Redbud A new purple, weeping Redbud from the breeding program at North Carolina State University. The small, tight growing habit makes this a great choice for smaller gardens.
CERCIS CANADENSIS
CERCIS CANADENSIS Eastern Redbud Purplish-pink pea like flowers in April before heart-shaped leaves emerge.
CERCIS CANADENSIS ‘JN2’
CERCIS CANADENSIS ‘JN2’ Rising Sun Redbud Pea-like rosy-lavender flowers appear in early spring before the foliage. The heart-shaped, deep apricot leaves appear and mature through shades of orange, gold and yellow with all colors present at once! Foliage turns a shade of lime green in the summer heat.
CHAENOMELES JAP. CAMEO
CHAENOMELES JAP. CAMEO Cameo Flowering Quince Double peach-pink flowers on a dense, broad-rounded, deciduous shrub with often-tangled, spiny-tipped twigs. Flowers bloom in profusion before the leaves fully unfold. Flowers are followed by hard, yellowish-green fruits that may acquire red tinges as they mature in the fall. Quinces are edible and are sometimes used in preserves and jellies.
CHAENOMELES JAP. TEXAS SCARLET
CHAENOMELES JAP. TEXAS SCARLET Texas Scarlet Quince Fiery scarlet flowers in spring, followed by greenish-yellow fruit used for jelly and preserves. Use in masses, hedges and borders.
CHAENOMELES SPECIOSA ORANGE STORM
CHAENOMELES SPECIOSA ORANGE STORM Color Choice® Double Take Orange™ Quince Intense, large, orange flowers in early spring. Thornless and fruitless. Extremely drought tolerant and beautiful in a vase.
CHAENOMELES SPECIOSA PINK STORM
CHAENOMELES SPECIOSA PINK STORM Color Choice® Double Take Pink™ Quince Intense, large, double pink flowers in early spring. Thornless and fruitless. Extremely drought tolerant and looks lovely in a vase.
CHAENOMELES SPECIOSA SCARLET STORM
CHAENOMELES SPECIOSA SCARLET STORM Color Choice® Double Take Scarlet™ Quince Large, rich, double dark red flowers in early spring. Thornless and fruitless. Extremely drought tolerant and beautiful in a vase.
CHAM. L. SULLIVAN
CHAM. L. SULLIVAN Sullivan Falsecypress Drooping branches provide a semi-pendulous habit. Hardier and more resistant to winter burn than Cham. noot. 'Pendula'.
CHAM. NOOT. PENDULA
CHAM. NOOT. PENDULA Weeping Alaskan Cedar Elegant specimen with emerald-green foliage and graceful sweeping branches.
CHAM. OBTUSA
CHAM. OBTUSA Hinoki False Cypress A broad, sweeping, conical evergreen with graceful, fern-like branchlets that gently droop at branch tips. Attractive, shredding red-brown bark peels off in long strips.
CHAM. OBTUSA COMPACTA
CHAM. OBTUSA COMPACTA Semi-dwarf Hinoki False Cypress A handsome, compact evergreen with gracefully curved limbs. Fan-shaped sprays of dense, dark green foliage on a broad, pyramidal form.
CHAM. OBTUSA CRIPPSII
CHAM. OBTUSA CRIPPSII Crippsii Golden False Cypress The golden-green fernlike foliage on its outer branches contrasts beautifully with the green interior. Broad pyramidal shape.
CHAM. OBTUSA FERNSPRAY GOLD
CHAM. OBTUSA FERNSPRAY GOLD Fernspray Gold False Cypress A striking plant with arching horizontal branches and golden green fern-like foliage, which is rich golden yellow at the tips. Narrow, upright growing, broadening with age. Very unusual. Best growth in well drained soil that is mulched heavily to keep roots moist and cool. Avoid planting in full direct sun or the foliage will burn.
CHAM. OBTUSA FILICOIDES
CHAM. OBTUSA FILICOIDES Fernspray False Cypress Handsome, slow growing, pyramidal form with gracefully curved limbs holding fern-like green foliage. Adds an interesting Asian look to garden or large planters.
CHAM. OBTUSA GRACILIS
CHAM. OBTUSA GRACILIS Gracilis Hinkoki Cypress Slender dark green pyramidal form used as a single specimen or hedge.
CHAM. OBTUSA KOSTERI
CHAM. OBTUSA KOSTERI Kosteri Dwarf Hinoki Cypress Dwarf, narrow pyramidal habit that is very slow growing. Horizontal sprays of olive green leaves that have a bronze tone in Winter. Prefers moist, well-drained, fertile soils that are not wet. Protect from wind.
CHAM. OBTUSA NANA
CHAM. OBTUSA NANA Hinoki False Cypress Slow growing, broad pyramidal evergreen with dark green foliage. Great landscape specimen.
CHAM. OBTUSA TEMPLEHOF
CHAM. OBTUSA TEMPLEHOF Templehof False Cypress Deep green foliage in broad overlapping whorls. Exciting specimen plant that needs very little pruning. Best in full sun.
CHAM. OBTUSA VERDONI
CHAM. OBTUSA VERDONI Verdoni False Cypress Yellow foliage resists burning. Medium growth rate. Broad pyramidal habit. Outstanding color!
CHAM. P. F. MOPS
CHAM. P. F. MOPS Golden Threadleaf False Cypress Low, mounding-pyramidal form with brilliant yellow, thread-like foliage. Best color when planted in sun.
CHAM. PIS. BOULEVARD
CHAM. PIS. BOULEVARD Blue Moss False Cypress Outstanding soft blue foliage on a dense, mounding plant.
CHAM. PIS. FILIFERA Japanese False Cypress Long, fine foliage, narrow, pendulous stems and irregular mounding habit make a compelling garden accent. In spring, the scale-like foliage is a fresh green but takes on softer tones in winter which complement the reddish brown bark.
CHAM. PIS. GOLDEN PIN CUSHION
CHAM. PIS. GOLDEN PIN CUSHION Golden Pin Cushion False Cypress Dense, globe shaped, dwarf evergreen shrub with golden foliage. It is very slow growing.
CHAM. PIS. SUNGOLD
CHAM. PIS. SUNGOLD Sungold Thread-Branch Cypress A compact, mounding shrub with consistent golden yellow new foliage.
CHAM. PIS. VINTAGE GOLD
CHAM. PIS. VINTAGE GOLD Vintage Gold False Cypress A slow growing, mounded dwarf shrub with feathery, colorfast, bright gold foliage. Provides superb year-round interest to the landscape. A great contrast to shrubs or conifers with dark green foliage. An easy-care evergreen that works well as a low hedge, foundation or accent plant. Will tolerate brief dry spells.
CHAM. X LAKE ERIE BLUE Lake Erie Blue Falsecypress Steel blue feathery, evergreen foliage on an upright pyramidal habit. Plant in an area where it is protected from winter winds.
CHAMAECYPARIS PISIFERA ‘DOW WHITING’
CHAMAECYPARIS PISIFERA ‘DOW WHITING’ Color Choice® Soft Serve False Cypress Graceful, soft, fern-like branching on a compact, conical form. Leaves are bright green on top with blue coloration on the undersides. Requires little pruning.
CHELONE GLABRA
CHELONE GLABRA Turtlehead Dense spikes of white flowers, shaped like turtle heads, are a welcome sight in late summer and early fall. Deep green foliage is handsome all season long.
CHELONE GLABRA HOT LIPS
CHELONE GLABRA HOT LIPS Hot Lips Turtlehead Turtlehead shaped, hot pink flowers bloom in summer. The foliage emerges with a bronze tint before turning a lustrous deep, dark green. A late season nectar source for butterflies and hummingbirds.
CHELONE TINY TORTUGA
CHELONE TINY TORTUGA Tiny Tortuga Turtlehead A dwarf Turtlehead with pink-rose blooms produced from mid to late summer. Because of its small size, it's a great option for containers and borders. As a native wildflower, Turtlehead will do well planted near or around water features.
CHICK CHARM GOLDEN NUGGET
CHICK CHARM GOLDEN NUGGET Golden Nugget Hen & Chicks Thick, yellow succulent leaves are edged in red.
CHICK CHARMS MIX A Collection A - 18 per tray Hens & Chicks Colorful evergreen rosettes of foliage in many colors. Prefers full sun but tolerates light shade. Needs very well drained soils and will tolerate some drought but not overwatering. Cranberry Cocktail™, Cherry Berry™, Berry Blues™, Appletini™, Plum Parfait™, Key Lime Kiss™.
CHICK CHARMS MIX B
CHICK CHARMS MIX B Collection B - 18 per tray Hens & Chicks Colorful evergreen rosettes of foliage in many colors. Prefers full sun but tolerates light shade. Needs very well drained soils and will tolerate some drought but not overwatering. Bing Cherry™, Watermelon Ripple™, Plum Parfait™, Chocolate Kiss™, Mint Marvel™, Cinnamon Starburst™.
CHICK CHARMS MIX C Collection C - 18 per tray Hens & Chicks Colorful evergreen rosettes of foliage in many colors. Prefers full sun but tolerates light shade. Needs very well drained soils and will tolerate some drought but not overwatering.
CHICK CHARMS MIXED Chick Charms Mixed Colorful evergreen rosettes of foliage in many colors. Prefers full sun but tolerates light shade. Needs very well drained soils and will tolerate some drought but not overwatering. Vases - 6 per tray Mixed Quarts - 10 per tray
CHIONANTHUS VIRGINICUS
CHIONANTHUS VIRGINICUS White Fringetree Slightly fragrant, white, fringe-like flowers appear in June and give way to clusters of olive-like fruits which ripen to a dark, bluish black in late summer. Berries are a food source for birds and wildlife.
CHITALPA T. MORNING CLOUD
CHITALPA T. MORNING CLOUD Morning Cloud Chitalpa A small, multi-stemmed deciduous tree with ascending branches that become slightly cascading. Large clusters of trumpet-shaped white flowers with purple throats are backed by long, narrow, bright green leaves.
CHITALPA T. PINK DAWN
CHITALPA T. PINK DAWN Pink Dawn Chitalpa A small, multi-stemmed deciduous tree with ascending branches that become slightly cascading. Large clusters of trumpet-shaped pale lavender-pink flowers with pale yellow throats are backed by long, narrow, bright green leaves.
CHRYSANTHEMUM - ASSORTED
CHRYSANTHEMUM - ASSORTED Assorted Chrysanthemum Assorted Chrysanthemum
CHRYSOCEPHALUM A. FLAMBE ORANGE
CHRYSOCEPHALUM A. FLAMBE ORANGE Flambe Orange Strawflower Clusters of small, round, golden orange flowers blooming over the low mounding, silver-green foliage from spring through fall.
CHRYSOGONUM V. PIERRE
CHRYSOGONUM V. PIERRE Golden Star Dark green foliage and perky yellow blooms spring thru summer. Great choice for a vigorous groundcover.
CHRYSOGONUM VIRGINIANUM
CHRYSOGONUM VIRGINIANUM Golden Star Light green, triangular leaves boast abundant, dark yellow, star-shaped flowers in spring and fall. Plants tend to die down in the heat of summer.
CIMICIFUGA RACEMOSA
CIMICIFUGA RACEMOSA Bugbane A stately, native plant with airy spikes of ivory-white flowers in late summer to fall, atop fern-like, dark green foliage. Though it can reach 4 to 7 feet tall, it does not need staking. Easy to grow and long-lived.
CISSUS DISCOLOR
CISSUS DISCOLOR Rex Begonia Vine Having the striking leaves of a Rex begonia and a vining growth habit, Cissus discolor is excellent in a container and can be trained onto a form. Its oval- to heart-shaped leaves are dark green with frosty silver patterns, while the undersides are red. The vine generally stays to 1 to 3 feet in containers. It may also be used on trellises or arbors.
CLADRASTIS KENTUKEA
CLADRASTIS KENTUKEA Yellowwood A vase-shaped tree with dark green foliage and smooth light gray bark. Breathtaking, pendulous, foot-long, wisteria-like clusters of fragrant white flowers appear in late spring, often in alternate years.
CLEMATIS - ASSORTED
CLEMATIS - ASSORTED Assorted Clematis Assorted Clematis
CLEMATIS COM DE BOUCH
CLEMATIS COM DE BOUCH Comtesse de Bouchaud Clematis Deeply textured, bright mauve-pink blooms with cream anthers July to September. Very free-flowering.
CLEMATIS D. BLUE PIROUETTE
CLEMATIS D. BLUE PIROUETTE Blue Pirouette™ Clematis Limited time - Trial Plant Upward facing, violet-blue pinwheel blooms on this dwarf climbing vine.
CLEMATIS D. INSPIRATION
CLEMATIS D. INSPIRATION Inspiration Clematis Limited Time - Trial Plant Pink bell-shaped flowers with contracting yellow stamens on a dwarf climbing vine in late spring/early summer.
CLEMATIS D. SUNNY SKY
CLEMATIS D. SUNNY SKY Sunny Sky™ Clematis Limited Time - Trial Plant Soft violet-blue flowers on a disease resistant, hardy vine. The flower color is to resemble the color of a sunny sky.
CLEMATIS DIAMANTINA
CLEMATIS DIAMANTINA Diamantina™ Clematis Blue-purple flowers are very full and pom-pom like. Each individual flower will last up to 4 weeks. A very good repeat bloomer, blooming in late spring to mid-summer and early fall.
CLEMATIS DIANAS DELIGHT
CLEMATIS DIANAS DELIGHT Diana's Delight™ Clematis Unusual blue flowers with light and dark tones. Very free-flowering habit which is repeat-flowering. Flowers in early and mid-summer then late summer, early fall.
CLEMATIS DOUBLE ROSE
CLEMATIS DOUBLE ROSE Double Rose™ Clematis Nice, compact habit with attractive two-toned pink flowers that continue all summer long. Very closely related to 'Sapphire Indigo', but slightly more compact. Excellent for container sales as well as traditional Clematis use.
CLEMATIS EDDA
CLEMATIS EDDA Edda™ Clematis Central sepals are shorter and paler, the outer being purple with dark reddish purple bar. Occasional semi-double appearance. Excellent plant for growing in pots or containers due to compact habit. Prune in spring down to 6”.
CLEMATIS EMPRESS
CLEMATIS EMPRESS Empress™ Clematis Pink flowers with dark pink bars and spiky centers, appear late spring to early fall. A very exotic flower. As the outer sepals fall away, the spiky center will remain on the flower stalk for up to 3 weeks.
CLEMATIS ENDELLION
CLEMATIS ENDELLION Endellion™ Clematis Selected for its strong pink-colored flowers, which are produced in great abundance. Flowers slightly later than early large-flowered clematis from early to late summer. A great companion plant for growing up into roses. Looks stunning with deep yellow or red roses.
CLEMATIS ERNEST MARKHAM
CLEMATIS ERNEST MARKHAM Ernest Markham Clematis Large 4-6”, magenta red flowers with golden anthers.
CLEMATIS FLEURI
CLEMATIS FLEURI Boulevard® Fleuri™ Clematis Prolific, compact climber offering show-stopping large, purple flowers over a long season. Adds beautiful vertical interest to any garden fence or trellis. A great choice for a container, small patios, or left to meander through shrub beds.
CLEMATIS FRANZISKA MARIE
CLEMATIS FRANZISKA MARIE Franziska Marie™ Clematis Flowers are a showy purple with blue overtones and white anthers. Huge, fully double flowers appear on old and new wood and are of perfect form. Flowers from early summer to early autumn.
CLEMATIS GILLIAN BLADES
CLEMATIS GILLIAN BLADES Gillian Blades Clematis A large white flowered variety that flowers twice in the season.
CLEMATIS GISELLE
CLEMATIS GISELLE Giselle™ Clematis Unusual multi-flowering clematis with 6 pointed dusky purple-pink sepals and contrasting red-purple center. Produces a mass of flowers in late spring, then lessen during the heat of summer but continues flowering until fall.
CLEMATIS GUERNSEY CREAM
CLEMATIS GUERNSEY CREAM Guernsey Cream Clematis Large, creamy yellow blooms June & August. Plants will take sun, but keep the roots cool.
CLEMATIS H. F. YOUNG
CLEMATIS H. F. YOUNG H. F. Young Clematis Boasts long 7” silky flowers of lavender with a creamy white center of puffy stamens. Rebloomer.
CLEMATIS H. NEW LOVE
CLEMATIS H. NEW LOVE New Love Clematis A non-climbing, clump-forming perennial with highly fragrant violet-blue tubular flowers. Shrub type clematis.
CLEMATIS HENRYII
CLEMATIS HENRYII Henry Clematis 6"-8" pure white flowers with purple-violet anthers
CLEMATIS JACKMANII
CLEMATIS JACKMANII Jackmanii Clematis Dark purple blooms with creamy-green anthers July to October.
CLEMATIS JOSEPHINE
CLEMATIS JOSEPHINE Josephine™ Clematis Dramatic, fully double lilac flowers feature a large tepals with dark stripe and a pale puff in the center. Individual flowers will last up to 4 weeks and plants bloom over a long period from late spring until early fall.
CLEMATIS N MOSER
CLEMATIS N MOSER Nelly Moser Clematis Large 6 to 8 inches wide mauve blooms with deep lilac bar and red anthers May to June & August to September. Free flowering. Thrives in a sunny spot but will still bear colorful flowers and keep their delicate color longer in the shade. Prune only if needed, as it blooms on the previous year's canes.
CLEMATIS NIOBE
CLEMATIS NIOBE Niobe Clematis Deep red flowers with yellow anthers May to September. Free-flowering.
CLEMATIS PANICULATA
CLEMATIS PANICULATA Sweet Autumn Clematis Fragrant white blooms Aug-Oct. Extremely vigorous. Excellent fall bloomer.
CLEMATIS PARISIENNE
CLEMATIS PARISIENNE Parisienne™ Clematis Rich violet flowers with a dark red center are abundant on this very compact, free flowering plant. Blooms late spring to late summer or early fall.
CLEMATIS PINK MINK
CLEMATIS PINK MINK Pink Mink Clematis Pink with a darker pink stripe on each petal.
CLEMATIS POLISH SPIRIT
CLEMATIS POLISH SPIRIT Polish Spirit Clematis Deep purple, 2-4” blooms with a slightly lighter central bar and contrasting greenish-white and purple stamens.
CLEMATIS REBECCA
CLEMATIS REBECCA Rebecca Clematis Very large, stunning magenta red flowers with creamy yellow anthers. It is exceptionally free-flowering from early summer through to early fall.
CLEMATIS REFLECTIONS
CLEMATIS REFLECTIONS Reflections™ Clematis Semi-double, lilac-blue flowers mature to pale lilac-blue with purple-red anthers. Flowers are stunning in early summer.
CLEMATIS ROSEMOOR
CLEMATIS ROSEMOOR Rosemoor™ Clematis This “rose” colored large flowered clematis has a distinct reddish/purple color with yellow stamens. Its flowers are 5-6 inches in diameter and are born both from the previous season’s stems and on current season’s growth, giving it a flowering period from May to September.
CLEMATIS SACHA
CLEMATIS SACHA Sacha™ Clematis Light purple flowers with a slightly ruffled edge. Compact habit, blooms from spring to late summer.
CLEMATIS SALLY
CLEMATIS SALLY Sally™ Clematis The distinct pink of this multi-flowering clematis seems to glow making it a very attractive flower. Unlike other pink flowering Clematis, Sally's color will not fade in strong sunlight. Repeat flowering with masses of blooms. Looks amazing with golden or white variegated shrubs and outstanding with gray foliage shrubs or perennials. Trim in spring down to 6”.
CLEMATIS SAMARITAN JO
CLEMATIS SAMARITAN JO Samaritan Jo Clematis Striking white blooms with light purple margins form a bright clean color combination. The pointy sepals extend from a spectacular crown of stamens with purple filaments and bright yellow anthers.
CLEMATIS SAPPHIRE INDIGO
CLEMATIS SAPPHIRE INDIGO Sapphire Indigo™ Clematis A non-climbing Clematis that is covered with deep violet blooms in early summer that repeat bloom all summer long. Can be used as a ground cover with perennials and roses or as a cascading plant.
CLEMATIS SHIMMER
CLEMATIS SHIMMER Shimmer™ Clematis Giant flowers open deep lilac blue with a lighter bar, fade to mid blue and then light blue. The progression of flower colors gives a multi-colored appearance.
CLEMATIS SNOW QUEEN
CLEMATIS SNOW QUEEN Snow Queen Clematis Profuse, showy white flowers have pink margins and red anthers. Blooms cover the plant in summer and will typically have another flush later in the season.
CLEMATIS TEKLA
CLEMATIS TEKLA Clematis Tekla™ Evipo069 Flowering in late spring and again in early autumn, 'Tekla' makes a bold statement. The vibrant, 6” cerise pink flowers are equally stunning whether grown alone or partnered with pale pink roses. Has a lovely bushy growth that will cloak the stems with mid-green foliage. Remains neat and compact making it well suited to patio containers.
CLEMATIS THE PRES
CLEMATIS THE PRES The President Clematis Rich purple with dark red anthers May to September. Compact habit, rich dark foliage.
CLEMATIS TRIO Trio Clematis Trio of clematis includes Amethyst Beauty, Parisienne and Sally
CLEMATIS VIENETTA
CLEMATIS VIENETTA Vienetta™ Clematis Large, stunning white pom-pon flowers are frosted in deep, blackberry purple. Blooming begins in late spring. Especially floriferous when grown on a horizontal trellis, like a fence or banister.
CLEMATIS WISLEY
CLEMATIS WISLEY Wisley™ Clematis Semi-nodding, rich purple flowers with yellow anthers appear in late summer on new wood.
CLEMATIS X ‘SWEET SUMMER LOVE’
CLEMATIS X ‘SWEET SUMMER LOVE’ Sweet Summer Love Sweet Autumn Clematis Masses of sweetly fragrant, star-shaped, reddish-purple blooms appear in July-August and occasionally into October. Free-flowering, easy to grow and disease-resistant.
CLEMATIS ZARA
CLEMATIS ZARA Zara™ Clematis Its pale blue flowers have a contrasting yellow center. The six broad sepals give the flower a full rounded appearance.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO017’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO017’ Angelique™ Clematis Light blue flowers with a reddish brown center. Selected for its very compact and free-flowering habit. Excellent repeat and long-flowering habit.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO020’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO020’ Cassis™ Clematis Rich, deep blackberry-colored flowers have mottled petals and start simple, unfurling to a stunning double flower with textured purple veining. Exotic blooms can reach up to 5in. and appear on both old and new wood.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO021’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO021’ Chantilly™ Clematis Lightly scented white flowers with a light pink blush and reddish brown center. Outstanding plant for a shady area. Long-blooming from late spring to early fall.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO023’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO023’ Cezanne™ Clematis Lavender blue flowers with a yellow center. One of the most vigorous of the compact patio types. Long blooming from mid spring to early fall.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO027’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO027’ Abilene™ Clematis A delightful pink flower with contrasting yellow anthers. As the flowers mature, a central deep pink stripe becomes more prominent. The combination of young deep pink flowers and the more mature paler pink flowers is very appealing. A very free-flowering plant ideal for a shady position in the garden. Blooms from late spring to early fall.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO033’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO033’ Avant-garde™ Clematis Red flowers with pink stamens July-Sept. Bushy free flowering habit. Plant will take sun, but keep the roots cool.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO036’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO036’ Confetti Clematis Dainty, deep-pink/fuchsia nodding, bell shaped flowers with yellow anthers.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO038’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO038’ Crystal Fountain™ Clematis Double lilac/blue flowers with large anthers appear from May-June and August.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO040’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO040’ Chevalier™ Clematis Velvety purple to blue flowers with yellow anthers. An interesting plant that will produce single semi-double and fully-double flowers all at the same time on the same plant. Very free flowering from early summer to late summer or early fall. The dark flowers work very well in direct sunshine.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO041’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO041’ Cherokee™ Clematis Flowers are a dusky pink with darker bar and red anthers. Long flowering period from spring to late summer.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO043’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO043’ Amethyst Beauty™ Clematis Light, velvet purple flowers reach six inches in diameter and mature to purple-blue with red anthers produced in great abundance. Blooms from early to late summer. Grow on walls, pergolas, archways, or growing through shrubs such as roses.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO056’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO056’ Alaina™ Clematis Open deep creamy pink and fade as they mature which gives a range of shades of pink and a nice contrasting yellow center. The six broad sepals have a round tip and are sometimes slightly twisted. Extremely free-flowering, producing masses of flowers early and late season.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO061’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO061’ Bernadine™ Clematis An extremely free-flowering plant, with light blue flowers, blooming late spring to early autumn. Preferring partial shade it is superb in a shady position in the garden. Very easy to grow and ideal for the small garden as it only grows 3-4 feet.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO073’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO073’ The Countess of Wessex™ Clematis Pale pink, star-shaped flowers have a hint of brighter pink blush and a crown of deep red stamens. Compact habit and very free-flowering from early to mid summer and late summer to early fall. Does well to brighten up a shady area such as a north-facing location.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO100’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO100’ Chelsea™ Clematis Dainty, white ruffled sepals with a pink blush. Chelsea flowers freely from May through September. The bright yellow stamens are striking against pale sepals. Its’ compact habit is ideal for growing in a patio container or small garden.
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO63’
CLEMATIS ‘EVIPO63’ Corinne™ Clematis White flowers with pink-purple mid-ribs and white stamens tipped in pink-purple. A strong-growing plant that produces strong flower stems ideal for cutting flowers that will last up to 10 days. Will brighten up a shady part of the garden when planted amongst dark-colored flowers or foliage.
CLEMATIS ‘ZOBADOL’
CLEMATIS ‘ZOBADOL’ Baby Doll Clematis Limited Time - Trial Plant Upward facing, pale violet flowers appear on this dwarf climber in late spring/early summer.
CLEMATIS ‘ZOBAST’
CLEMATIS ‘ZOBAST’ Baby Star Clematis Limited Time - Trial Plant Upright, star-shaped white flowers on this dwarf climber in late spring/early summer.
CLEOME CLIO MAGENTA
CLEOME CLIO MAGENTA Magenta Clio™ Cleome Thornless and sterile selection. Continues to bloom all Summer on strong upright branches. Flowers are a brilliant pink.
CLEOME SPARKLER MIX Sparkler Mix Spiderflower Dwarf hybrid mix with lots of 4-6" spidery blooms. More compact than older cleome varieties and have stronger stalks. Blooms over a long period.
CLETHRA AL. HUMMINGBIRD
CLETHRA AL. HUMMINGBIRD Hummingbird Sweet Pepperbush Compact, slowly spreading, deciduous shrub that grows only 3-4' tall. This cultivar retains a more compact, mounding shape and is more floriferous than the species.
CLETHRA AL. RUBY SPICE
CLETHRA AL. RUBY SPICE Ruby Spice Summersweet Vibrant pink buds open to fragrant, reddish pink flowers in late Summer. Oval to broad rounded shrub. Late to leaf out.
CLETHRA AL. SIXTEEN CANDLES
CLETHRA AL. SIXTEEN CANDLES Sixteen Candles Dwarf Summersweet This selection has more erect, candle-like flower spikes and a compact size. The creamy white flowers are extremely fragrant. Lustrous, dark green foliage turns bright yellow to gold in the fall.
CLETHRA ALNIFOLIA
CLETHRA ALNIFOLIA Sweet Pepperbush Native to swampy woodlands, wet marshes, stream banks and seashores along the coast from Maine to Florida and west to Texas. Produces a mid to late summer bloom of sweetly fragrant white bottlebrush flowers. Flowers give way to dark brown seed capsules which may persist into winter. The mature stems have scaly, dark gray to brown black bark. Serrate, obovate to oblong, glossy dark green leaves turn attractive shades of yellow to golden brown in fall.
CLETHRA ALNIFOLIA ‘SUGARTINA CRYSTALINA’
CLETHRA ALNIFOLIA ‘SUGARTINA CRYSTALINA’ Color Choice® Sugartina™ Crystalina Summersweet This dwarf Summersweet has fragrant, pure white flowers in late summer. Dark, glossy foliage turns yellow in fall. Its tight, dense shape requires little to no pruning.
CLETHRA PINK SPIRES
CLETHRA PINK SPIRES Pink Spires Sweet Pepperbush Native to swampy woodlands, wet marshes, stream banks and seashores along the coast from Maine to Florida and west to Texas. Produces a mid to late summer bloom of sweetly fragrant shell pink flowers that appear in narrow, upright panicles. Flowers give way to dark brown seed capsules which may persist into winter. The mature stems have scaly, dark gray to brown black bark. Serrate, obovate to oblong, glossy dark green leaves turn attractive shades of yellow to golden brown in fall.
CLETHRA SEPTEMBER BEAUTY
CLETHRA SEPTEMBER BEAUTY September Beauty Sweet Pepperbush Native to swampy woodlands, wet marshes, stream banks and seashores along the coast from Maine to Florida and west to Texas. Produces a late summer bloom of sweetly fragrant white flowers that appear in narrow, upright panicles. Flowers give way to dark brown seed capsules which may persist into winter. The mature stems have scaly, dark gray to brown black bark. Serrate, obovate to oblong, glossy dark green leaves turn attractive shades of yellow to golden brown in fall. Blooms about a month later than other Clethra.
COLEUS KONG JR ROSE
COLEUS KONG JR ROSE Kong Jr Rose Coleus Leaves have a bright green edge around a vibrant rose center. Foliage is 30% smaller than Kong series. Well branched, tidy habit; prefers shade.
COLEUS KONG JR SCARLET
COLEUS KONG JR SCARLET Kong Jr Scarlet Coleus Leaves have a scarlet center with bright green edge. Foliage is 30% smaller than Kong series. Well branched, tidy habit; prefers shade.
COLEUS KONG MOSAIC
COLEUS KONG MOSAIC Coleus The Kong series features extremely large leaves and unique patterns on tall, well-branched plants. Kong makes an eye-catching choice for large containers and landscapes, and also works well as an indoor lifestyle plant. Prefers full shade for best performance.
COLEUS SUN TO SHADE ASST
COLEUS SUN TO SHADE ASST Assorted Sun to Shade Coleus Sun loving but suitable for the shade. Sold as assorted colors featuring Ball Hort exclusive varieties.
COLEUS WEDDING TRAIN
COLEUS WEDDING TRAIN Wedding Train Coleus Mounded, trailing habit with small burgundy leaves edged with lime green. Good for sun to part shade.
COLOCASIA ALOHA
COLOCASIA ALOHA Aloha Elephant Ear The latest release from Hawaii's Dr. John Cho is a 4' tall x 3' wide, extremely vigorous elephant ear that produces incredibly glossy black foliage. The black foliage is contrasted nicely on both the front and back by the contrasting green veins.
COLOCASIA BLACK BEAUTY
COLOCASIA BLACK BEAUTY Black Beauty Elephant Ear Brilliant purple-black leaves with a bright green dot that glows in the center of the leaf. Darker than “Illustris”.
COLOCASIA BLACK CORAL
COLOCASIA BLACK CORAL Black Coral Elephant Ear Deep black, glossy foliage has electric blue veins and heavy corrugation. Secondary shoots are attached to the mother plant on short stolons. It's tidy clumping habit is perfect for containers and the garden.
COLOCASIA BLACK MAGIC
COLOCASIA BLACK MAGIC Black Magic Elephant Ear Large striking, dusty purple-black foliage contrasts nicely with bright-colored plants. Spreads freely in rich, wet soils but more slowly in dry, clay soil. Adds bold color and tropical flair to any garden.
COLOCASIA BLACK SAPPHIRE GECKO
COLOCASIA BLACK SAPPHIRE GECKO Black Sapphire Gecko Taro Large black leaves on dark stems with dark maroon undersides. Leaves so black that you will not believe they are real plants. Perfect selection for the back of the flower bed.
COLOCASIA BLACK STEM
COLOCASIA BLACK STEM Black Stem Elephant Ear Smooth, heart shaped, blue-green leaves on long, purple-black stems.
COLOCASIA COAL MINER
COLOCASIA COAL MINER Coal Miner Elephant Ears Can grow to nearly 54” having striking dark olive leaves with black leaf pattern and distinct white striping.
COLOCASIA HAWAIIAN EYE
COLOCASIA HAWAIIAN EYE Hawaiian Eye Elephant Ear Black leaves with silver veining, age to a gray-green, highlighted by a darker purple eye. Cranberry colored veins on the undersides of the leaves and glossy jet black stems. A beautiful plant from every angle!
COLOCASIA HILO BAY
COLOCASIA HILO BAY Hilo Bay Elephant Ear Fast growing, glossy, olive green, rippled textured leaves with burgundy petioles.
COLOCASIA ILLUSTRIS
COLOCASIA ILLUSTRIS Illustris Elephant Ear Soft, velvety green leaves are dappled with purple. Fast-growing, easy-care, tropical foliage that performs well in the shade. Foliage mixes well with other perennials that echo the unique color of 'Illustris'.
COLOCASIA IMPERIAL GIGANTE
COLOCASIA IMPERIAL GIGANTE Imperial Gigante Taro Ornate massively black leaves accented by light green veins and stems.
COLOCASIA JACKS GIANT
COLOCASIA JACKS GIANT Jack’s Giant Elephant Ear A monster of the Colocasia world! The leaves can dwarf a human! The leaves are a dark green, heart shaped and can grow to 5 feet long or more and 2 to 3 feet wide. This plant can grow to full size in one season given the right light and watering.
COLOCASIA KONA COFFEE
COLOCASIA KONA COFFEE Royal Hawaiian® Kona Coffee Elephant Ears Glossy, slightly cupped, dark chocolate-mahogany foliage held on dark petioles. Bred to be a sturdy garden performer and container specimen. Disease resistant with fabulous foliage and stem interest, and a tidy clumping habit.
COLOCASIA MAUI GOLD
COLOCASIA MAUI GOLD Maui Gold Elephant Ear Chartreuse foliage held on ivory white stems.
COLOCASIA MOJITO
COLOCASIA MOJITO Mojito Colocasia Incredible contrasting blacks and greens adorn its leaves. This camouflage effect is matched with light green stems, streaked with dark purple that fade up to pink.
COLOCASIA MORNING DEW
COLOCASIA MORNING DEW Morning Dew Elephant Ear Glossy, green foliage with vivid lighter green markings. Stems are also bi-color with light and dark green striping.
COLOCASIA PINEAPPLE PRINCESS
COLOCASIA PINEAPPLE PRINCESS Pineapple Princess Elephant Ear Yellow-green foliage with attractive rippled margins, burgundy veining and petioles.
COLOCASIA RED EYE GECKO
COLOCASIA RED EYE GECKO Red Eye Gecko Elephant Ear Bright green leaves are accented by a deep red eye and held high on strong lime green stems.
COLOCASIA RED STEM
COLOCASIA RED STEM Red Stem Elephant Ear Green faced leaves with beautiful red petioles.
COLOCASIA THAILAND GIANT
COLOCASIA THAILAND GIANT Thailand Giant Colocasia It is the largest of all of our Colocasia varieties. It has a large wide leaf that is a soft light powdery green color. This one is a show stopper!
COLOCASIA TROPICAL STORM
COLOCASIA TROPICAL STORM Tropical Storm Elephant Ear A long-awaited 2016 release from Hawaii's Dr. John Cho, ‘Tropical Storm” combines the black leaf color of Colocasia 'Black Magic' with the white striping of Colocasia 'White Lava'. It is a compact, but fast clumper that grows to 30" tall, composed of purple-black foliage which is adorned in summer with a prominent central creamy white streak.
CORDYLINE CARDINAL
CORDYLINE CARDINAL Cardinal Cordyline A smaller clump-forming Cordyline that forms a rosette of glossy arching red leaves that emerge narrow and widen with maturity.
CORDYLINE CORAL
CORDYLINE CORAL Coral Cordyline Variegated foliage of red, pink and purple intensifies with age. A beautiful contrast in containers or the landscape. This tough variety is less susceptible to burn.
CORDYLINE JIVE
CORDYLINE JIVE Jive Cordyline Bands of cream on bright, emerald green, strap-like leaves mature to yellow on deep forest green. Trunk-forming. Makes a bold statement in the garden or containers.
CORDYLINE KIWI
CORDYLINE KIWI Kiwi Cordyline Olive green leaves heavily striped with yellow and highlighted with some red on the margins.
CORDYLINE MAHOGANY
CORDYLINE MAHOGANY Mahogany Cordyline Exotic palm-like shrub with bronze-purple leaf blades and slightly lighter mid-ribs. Creates an excellent tropical effect in the garden.
CORDYLINE RED SENSATION
CORDYLINE RED SENSATION Red Sensation Cordyline Long, narrow bronzy-red foliage. An exceptional selection for adding height and texture to container plantings or creating an outstanding focal point in mixed borders!
CORDYLINE SALSA
CORDYLINE SALSA Dance™ Salsa Torbay Palm The leaves are a twist between an intense purple and an intense pink. Great for adding a tropical appearance to the landscape and ideally suited for pool or patio areas, in the ground or in containers.
CORDYLINE SOUTHERN SPLENDOR
CORDYLINE SOUTHERN SPLENDOR Southern Splendor Cordyline Blades exhibit rich maroon centers with bright pink edges. Stunning accent plant and great for container gardens.
CORDYLINE SUNDANCE
CORDYLINE SUNDANCE Sundance Cordyline Upright spiky growth habit combines well with low growing and spreading plants such as Sedum. Slow growing with neat compact habit. Great container plant.
CORDYLINE TORBAY DAZZLER
CORDYLINE TORBAY DAZZLER Torbay Dazzler Cordyline Wide blades with green centers and yellow edge. Hints of blush to pink with age and sun exposure. Stunning accent plant and great for container gardens.
COREOPSIS AMERICAN DREAM
COREOPSIS AMERICAN DREAM American Dream Tickseed A strong grower displaying bright pink, daisy-type flowers with yellow centers from early summer through early fall. The attractive, fern-like foliage is similar to 'Moonbeam', but more compact.
COREOPSIS ANNUAL ASSORTED Assorted Annual Tickseed Assorted Annual Coreopsis
COREOPSIS AUTUMN BLUSH
COREOPSIS AUTUMN BLUSH Autumn Blush Tickseed A very long-blooming perennial that forms a spreading mound of bright-green ferny leaves. Small butter-yellow daisies with a brilliant red eye appear from early summer to late fall. Flowers will develop a beautiful peachy blush during cooler fall weather.
COREOPSIS BROAD STREET
COREOPSIS BROAD STREET Broad Street Tickseed Red flowers with orange overtones on compact, thread-leaf foliage.
COREOPSIS CRAZY CAYENNE
COREOPSIS CRAZY CAYENNE Crazy Cayenne Sizzle & Spice™ Tickseed Stunning electric-orange blooms over soft green threadleaf foliage on a tight, compact plant. Blooms from early summer through fall.
COREOPSIS CREME CARAMEL
COREOPSIS CREME CARAMEL Creme Caramel™ Tickseed Showy, bronze-orange blooms persist from mid-June to August. A sport of the popular 'Creme Brulee'.
COREOPSIS CURRY UP
COREOPSIS CURRY UP Curry Up Sizzle & Spice™ Tickseed Bright yellow-gold flowers with large red eyezones over soft green threadleaf foliage on a tight, compact plant. Blooms from early summer through fall.
COREOPSIS G. BABY SUN
COREOPSIS G. BABY SUN Baby Sun Tickseed Golden yellow daisy-like flowers late spring to summer. Will bloom non-stop if deadheaded.
COREOPSIS G. GOLDEN SPHERE
COREOPSIS G. GOLDEN SPHERE Solanna™ Golden Sphere Tickseed From the Solanna™ Series, this plant forms a low mound of light green leaves, bearing many upright stems of large, double golden-yellow rounded flower spheres from early summer and lasting into late fall. The plants are easily divided in early spring, and should be done every 2 to 3 years.
COREOPSIS GARNET
COREOPSIS GARNET Garnet Tickseed This compact mound of needle-like foliage is covered with numerous garnet-red flowers from June through September.
COREOPSIS HOT PAPRIKA
COREOPSIS HOT PAPRIKA Hot Paprika Sizzle & Spice™ Tickseed Deep red flowers over soft green threadleaf foliage on a tight, compact plant. Blooms from early summer through fall.
COREOPSIS JETHRO TULL
COREOPSIS JETHRO TULL Jethro Tull Tickseed Flowers are up to 2” diameter, are golden-yellow rays, toothed toward the tips and surround darker yellow center disks. Blooms profusely from late spring to fall over a compact, upright to outward spreading mound that is only 18” tall. Green, elliptic leaves up to 3” long.
COREOPSIS PRESTO
COREOPSIS PRESTO Presto Tickseed A compact mound of dark green leaves with semi-double golden-yellow flowers for weeks on end.
COREOPSIS R. SWEET DREAMS
COREOPSIS R. SWEET DREAMS Sweet Dreams Tickseed Raspberry-white, bi-color, daisy-like flowers cover the foliage in a lengthy summer bloom. The flowers have rays that are raspberry at the base, lightening to white at the tips with yellow center disks. The linear, grass-like, dark green leaves lend a fine-textured and airy appearance to the plant.
COREOPSIS RED SATIN
COREOPSIS RED SATIN Red Satin Tickseed Deep wine red to ruby red flowers with an orange center, measuring about 1 ½” across, completely cover the deep green, threadleaf foliage.  Since the flowers are sterile, they appear over a long period, from early through late summer. If the plants are cut back, they can be encouraged to rebloom until frost. One plant will provide long-lasting, cut flower bouquets all summer long.
COREOPSIS STAR CLUSTER
COREOPSIS STAR CLUSTER Star Cluster Tickseed A profusion of creamy white flowers with a gold button center produced atop a bushy clump of bright green foliage. In cooler months, a small, very deep purple eye appears on each flower. If there are still blooms in the fall, blooms will have a purple edge appearing on each petal.
COREOPSIS TEQUILA SUNRISE
COREOPSIS TEQUILA SUNRISE Tequila Sunrise Tickseed Narrow leaves up to 5” long are variegated yellow and green. Yellow variegated areas turn red in fall. Bright yellow, daisy-like, single flowers up to 1.5” diameter are made up of yellow rays that are toothed at the tips, have small dark maroon markings at the base and surround a darker yellow center disk. Flowers late spring to late summer but regular deadheading may extend blooms into fall.
COREOPSIS VERT. CREME BRULEE
COREOPSIS VERT. CREME BRULEE Creme Brulee™ Tickseed Larger, darker yellow flowers than 'Moonbeam'. Foliage is brighter green and more mildew-resistant. Serrated flowers above and among the foliage.
COREOPSIS VERT. MOONBEAM
COREOPSIS VERT. MOONBEAM Moonbeam Tickseed Pale yellow daisy-like flowers late spring to summer. Airy mounds of dark green foliage.
COREOPSIS VERT. ROSEA
COREOPSIS VERT. ROSEA Pink Tickseed Pink star shaped blooms rise above the fern-like foliage from summer through fall.
COREOPSIS VERT. ROUTE 66
COREOPSIS VERT. ROUTE 66 Route 66 Tickseed Beautiful, yellow blooms with a ring of burgundy around the crown that bleeds down to the petal tips.
COREOPSIS VERT. SIENNA SUNSET
COREOPSIS VERT. SIENNA SUNSET Sienna Sunset Tickseed Burnt sienna-colored daisy-like blooms lighten to an orange-peach as they mature. A sport of 'Creme Brulee' with the same great attributes - long bloom time and large flowers.
COREOPSIS VERT. ZAGREB
COREOPSIS VERT. ZAGREB Zagreb Tickseed Chrome-yellow flowers late spring to summer. Threadlike foliage gives a more compact habit.
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG COSMIC EYE
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG COSMIC EYE Big Bang™ Cosmic Eye Coreopsis Single, claret red daisies tipped in golden, sunshine yellow. Dark green, slender leaves on a compact and freely branching habit.
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG GALAXY
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG GALAXY Big Bang™ Galaxy Tickseed Standing at just 12” tall, this compact, well-branched plant is less than half the height of ‘Full Moon’ and ‘Redshift’.  The mid-green foliage remains attractive all season with the texture being a bit more like the grandiflora types. The large 2”, semi-double to double, canary yellow flowers are produced over a very long period from early summer through early fall.
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG MERCURY RISING
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG MERCURY RISING Big Bang™ Mercury Rising Tickseed This unique wonder is the first hardy, velvet-red Coreopsis. Coloring is a wine-red with no fading. Foliage is thin and airy, which lends to knitting nicely with other perennials in the landscape. Blooms early summer to fall.
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG SUNSPLASH
COREOPSIS X BIG BANG SUNSPLASH Big Bang™ Sunsplash Coreopsis Another fiery addition to the Big Bang™ series, the flowers are bright red with golden tips covering the lush green foliage all summer long..
COREOPSIS X LIL BANG DAYBREAK
COREOPSIS X LIL BANG DAYBREAK Lil Bang™ Daybreak Coreopsis Single, red flowers with a vibrant, orange-yellow edge, bloom summer to fall. Tidy and compact habit.
COREOPSIS X LIL BANG RED ELF
COREOPSIS X LIL BANG RED ELF Li’l Bang™ Red Elf Tickseed Deep burgundy red flowers on a compact mounded plant. Will get a frosted white appearance on the tips of the petals during the hottest part of summer, returning to solid deep red with lower temps. Flowers are sterile so they keep coming through the summer without deadheading but a midseason trim will keep it looking its best. Highly disease resistant.
CORNUS A. BIG CHOCOLATE CHIP
CORNUS A. BIG CHOCOLATE CHIP Big Chocolate Chip™ Pagoda Dogwood Upright, rounded C. alternifolia hybrid with chocolate colored bark. Bright green foliage matures with an unusual chocolate-burgundy cast. Large, creamy-white flowers turn to blue-black fruit.
CORNUS A. BUDD’S YELLOW
CORNUS A. BUDD’S YELLOW Budd’s Yellow Dogwood Yellowtwig dogwood noted for its white spring blooms and bright yellow twigs in winter. Rapid-growing, multi-stemmed shrub with medium/dark green leaves.
CORNUS A. CREME DE MINT
CORNUS A. CREME DE MINT Creme de Mint™ Siberian Dogwood Mint green variegated leaves with a creamy white margin.
CORNUS A. FRENCH VANILLA
CORNUS A. FRENCH VANILLA French Vanilla™ Pagoda Dogwood New alternifolia hybrid with loose, rounded habit and irregular branching. White creamy flowers turn to blue-black fruit. Glossy, bright green foliage and orange fall color.
CORNUS A. PISTACHIO
CORNUS A. PISTACHIO Pistachio™ Dogwood Tiered branches that form a loose, rounded shape. Dark green foliage with burgundy new growth. Yellowish white blooms. Blue-black fruit.
CORNUS A. PRAIRIE FIRE Prairie Fire Dogwood Colorful and very hardy shrub with bright golden foliage that fades to soft yellow in summer. Creamy white spring flowers yield ornamental berries in midsummer. In the fall, the brilliant red foliage drops to reveal flaming orange-red stems.
CORNUS A. SIBERIAN PEARLS
CORNUS A. SIBERIAN PEARLS Siberian Pearls Dogwood Noted for its compact size, profuse flowering/fruiting and bright red twigs in winter this shrub has tiny, yellowish-white flowers in late spring. Flowers give way to clusters of white, pearl-like fruits in summer. Twigs turn bright red in winter.
CORNUS A. W. STACKMAN
CORNUS A. W. STACKMAN Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood This stunning new cultivar bears bright, golden-edged leaves, all set on the classically arranged, tier-like branches. Dark blue fruit in fall is enjoyed by birds.
CORNUS A. WILLOWAY Willoway Pagoda Dogwood Creamy white flowers become clusters of reddish-purple berries atop attractive, irregularly tiered branches. Reddish purple fall color. A Willoway Nurseries, Inc. selection.
CORNUS ALBA BAILHALO
CORNUS ALBA BAILHALO Ivory Halo® Dogwood A compact form with variegated foliage, yellowish white flowers and striking red branches. A focal point in the winter landscape.
CORNUS ALBA ELEGANTISSIMA
CORNUS ALBA ELEGANTISSIMA Variegated Red Twig Dogwood Green leaves with irregular creamy white margins and vivid red stems. A dramatic addition to the winter landscape.
CORNUS ALBA RED GNOME
CORNUS ALBA RED GNOME Red Gnome® Siberian Dogwood Tight, compact selection with green foliage and coral red stems. Fall foliage is a stunning crimson red.
CORNUS ALTERNIFOLIA
CORNUS ALTERNIFOLIA Pagoda Dogwood Wide, flat-topped clusters of fragrant, creamy white flowers become clusters of reddish-purple berries atop attractive, irregularly tiered branches. Reddish purple fall color. Very hardy.
CORNUS AMOMUM ‘CAYENNE’
CORNUS AMOMUM ‘CAYENNE’ First Editions® Cayenne Silky Red Twig Dogwood Large deciduous multi-stemmed shrub with fresh green foliage over bright red stems. White flowers in late spring give way to porcelain blue fruits in late summer. Good shrub for moist to wet areas of the landscape. Good selection for moist woodlands, naturalized areas, along steams/ponds or for erosion control.
CORNUS ASSORTED Assorted Dogwood Assorted Dogwood
CORNUS BAILEYI
CORNUS BAILEYI Bailey Red Twig Dogwood Bright red stems, blue fruit and glossy green foliage. Purplish red fall color.
CORNUS CON. JUNE SNOW-JFS
CORNUS CON. JUNE SNOW-JFS June Snow™ Dogwood Fast growing tree with wide spreading branches that develop a horizontal appearance. Flat topped clusters of white flowers of 6" diameter. Fall colors of orange-yellow, red and purple-red.
CORNUS CONTROVERSA VARIEGATA
CORNUS CONTROVERSA VARIEGATA Variegated Giant Dogwood A medium sized tree with horizontal, wide-spreading branches. A profusion of white flowers in the spring lead to reddish purple fruits in early fall. 'Variegata' has the distinction of a creamy white margin on dark green leaves.
CORNUS FL CHEROKEE BRAVE
CORNUS FL CHEROKEE BRAVE Cherokee Brave Flowering Dogwood Deep red flowers. Reddish-green new growth matures to green and brilliant burgundy-red in fall. Does well in afternoon shade.
CORNUS FL CHEROKEE PRINCESS
CORNUS FL CHEROKEE PRINCESS Cherokee Princess Flowering Dogwood Noted for its consistently early and heavy, white blooms in spring. Reddish-green new growth matures to green and brilliant burgundy-red in fall. Does well in afternoon shade.
CORNUS FL CLOUD NINE
CORNUS FL CLOUD NINE Cloud Nine Flowering Dogwood Large, white flowers are profuse and appear at an early age. Foliage turns shades of red in Autumn. Does well in afternoon shade.
CORNUS FL TOMS DWARF Tom’s Dwarf Dogwood
CORNUS FLORIDA
CORNUS FLORIDA White Flowering Dogwood White flowers and green foliage, that turns red in the fall. Does well in afternoon shade.
CORNUS FLORIDA ‘FIRCOMZ’
CORNUS FLORIDA ‘FIRCOMZ’ Firebird Variegated Dogwood Pink blossoms appear in spring, followed by green leaves highlighted with creamy white margins and hints of rose pink. The foliage maintains its variegation until fall when it adds an overlay of rose-red.
CORNUS K MILKY WAY
CORNUS K MILKY WAY Milky Way Dogwood Large star shaped flowers open lime green, quickly changing to a creamy white. In late summer, the bright red, edible, strawberry-like fruit hangs from the branches until fall turns the leaves deep red and scarlet. Older trees show a flaking patchwork of gray, tan and green on the trunk.
CORNUS K PROPZAM Prophet Dogwood Clusters of white flowers with white bracts held atop the branches in late spring. The green, pointy leaves turn an outstanding brick red in the fall. An abundance of magnificent crimson berries from appear in early to mid fall and the peeling gray bark will add an interesting dimension to the landscape.
CORNUS KOUSA
CORNUS KOUSA Kousa Dogwood Handsome tree which is extremely showy in bloom. Edible globose pink to red compound berries. Red fall color.
CORNUS KOUSA CHAMPIONS GOLD
CORNUS KOUSA CHAMPIONS GOLD Champion's Gold™ Chinese Dogwood Fresh, green foliage takes on a bright yellow hue, when exposed to direct sun in mid-summer, creating an overall multi-colored effect. The yellow tones spread and intensify through summer until autumn arrives, when the leaves turn bright orange-red.
CORNUS KOUSA CHINENSIS
CORNUS KOUSA CHINENSIS Kousa Dogwood Large, creamy white flower bracts in June, two or three weeks later than C. florida. Reddish-purple fall color and an upright, vase-shaped habit with horizontal branching in maturity. Remove lower banches to reveal exfoliating bark of gray-tan and mahogany brown.
CORNUS KOUSA ELIZ. LUSTGARTEN
CORNUS KOUSA ELIZ. LUSTGARTEN Elizabeth Lustgarten Weeping Kousa Dogwood Weeping habit with graceful, rounded crown. Showy, white blooms in June. 7ft tall and 4ft to 5ft wide after 12 years.
CORNUS KOUSA EVA
CORNUS KOUSA EVA Eva Chinese Dogwood White and green variegated leaves with red purple-colored apices on a compact but upright and mounded habit giving a dense and bushy appearance. White summer flowers and foliage turns shades of red and pink in fall.
CORNUS KOUSA GALZAM
CORNUS KOUSA GALZAM Galilean™ Chinese Dogwood Large, bright white flowers in late May and June, followed by red fruits in late summer, that resemble strawberries. Large green foliage on horizontal branches.
CORNUS KOUSA GREENSLEEVES
CORNUS KOUSA GREENSLEEVES Greenesleeves Dogwood Strong, early growth makes this a great plant, and its handsome foliage and abundant white flowers give it universal appeal. The flowers are suffused with a hint of green on cream. Heavy fruit is set against deep green waxy foliage that turns to robust shades of red and purple.
CORNUS KOUSA HEART THROB
CORNUS KOUSA HEART THROB Heart Throb® Chinese Dogwood Large, reddish to rose-pink bracts unfurl in the spring and persist for up to a month. Attractive dark green foliage turns deep red in fall accompanied by red fruits.
CORNUS KOUSA JAYS LATE FLOWER Jay’s Late Flower Kousa Dogwood
CORNUS KOUSA LEMON RIPPLE
CORNUS KOUSA LEMON RIPPLE Lemon Ripple Chinese Dogwood Each leaf is unique with a wide chartreuse yellow border, which is maintained throughout the summer. A pure white flowering Dogwood with bright orange-red fall color. Best grown in full sun to light shade.
CORNUS KOUSA MADISON
CORNUS KOUSA MADISON Crown Jewel Chinese Dogwood Thick, heavy, dark green leaves have yellow new growth and turn bright red and yellow in August. Autumn brings a rainbow of oranges, reds and purples. Profuse, white blooms persist until large, red fruits form.
CORNUS KOUSA NATIONAL
CORNUS KOUSA NATIONAL National Dogwood Showy clusters of light green flowers with creamy white bracts held atop the branches in late spring. An abundance of magnificent red berries appear from early to mid-fall. It has green foliage throughout the season. The pointy leaves turn brick red in fall and the peeling gray bark adds an interesting dimension to the landscape.
CORNUS KOUSA PENELOPES PINK Penelope's Pink Chinese Dogwood Large deep pink flowers often hold their color through July. Columnar form with a strong, central leader. Red-orange fall color.
CORNUS KOUSA RADIANT ROSE
CORNUS KOUSA RADIANT ROSE Radiant Rose™ Chinese Dogwood Large deep pink flowers often hold their color through July. Textured leaves, tinged with red, turn rich red in fall. Spreading, arching habit.
CORNUS KOUSA SAMZAM
CORNUS KOUSA SAMZAM Samaritan® Chinese Dogwood Variegated cream and green foliage displays hues of radiant pink and burgundy in the fall. Vigorous, cold hardy.
CORNUS KOUSA SCARLET FIRE Scarlet Fire™ Chinese Dogwood A lovely new introduction from Dr. Tom Molnar's work at Rutgers University.  The bracts, appear in June and are a dark strong pink which hold up well in hot summer weather and often are showy for up to 8 weeks.  It is a juvenile bloomer and vigorous grower.  The classic red hanging fruit follows the flowers. Fall foliage color is also shades of red.
CORNUS KOUSA SNOW TOWER
CORNUS KOUSA SNOW TOWER Snow Tower Kousa Dogwood Beautiful rich green foliage shows off the large crisp white flowers. This new variety blooms a little later in the season and has a tight, upright habit. The trial plants in Avon, Ohio are growing wonderfully!
CORNUS KOUSA SUMMER GOLD
CORNUS KOUSA SUMMER GOLD Summer Gold Chinese Dogwood Creamy white brachts cover the tree in early spring. Foliage is a medium green with broad golden-yellow margins. Foliage blushes pink and turns a vibrant red in fall. Excellent branching with a distinctly upright form.
CORNUS KOUSA WILLOWAY SELECT
CORNUS KOUSA WILLOWAY SELECT Willoway Select Kousa Dogwood Selected for it's more narrow habit, blooms later than most Kousa varieties and has an extended bloom time. Reddish-purple fall color and an upright, vase-shaped habit with horizontal branching in maturity.
CORNUS MAS
CORNUS MAS Cornelian Cherry Dogwood A slow growing, very hardy small tree or large shrub. Bright yellow flowers pack the dense network of branches in March. Bright cherry red fruit in June and July.
CORNUS MAS GOLDEN GLORY
CORNUS MAS GOLDEN GLORY Golden Glory Cornelian Cherry Dogwood More upright and profuse flowering than species. In mid-summer, the rich green foliage is contrasted by small, cherry-red fruits that can be used to make preserves, unless eaten by the birds. Purplish-red fall color.
CORNUS MAS VARIEGATA
CORNUS MAS VARIEGATA Variegated Cornelian Cherry Dogwood A variegated form with leaves that are dark blue-green in the center with light green blotches and creamy white margins. Showy bark, yellow flowers and red fall color make this a stunning specimen.
CORNUS PINK FLOWERING Pink Flowering Dogwood Pink flowering Dogwood
CORNUS RACEMOSA HURON
CORNUS RACEMOSA HURON Huron® Gray Dogwood White flowers in spring atop bright green foliage that turns burgundy in fall. Excellent compact growth and great leaf spot resistance. The most compact of the Gray Dogwoods. Very adaptable.
CORNUS RACEMOSA MUSKINGUM
CORNUS RACEMOSA MUSKINGUM Muskingum® Gray Dogwood A low growing form with narrow, light green leaves that turn red in fall and white flowers. Very adaptable, thrives in areas with harsh growing conditions.
CORNUS S. FARROW
CORNUS S. FARROW Arctic Fire Red-Osier Dogwood Beautiful red stems and a compact habit make for a wonderful show in the winter sunlight. The smaller size makes this variety a great breakthrough for smaller gardens or residential landscapes. White blooms in spring against dark green leaves.
CORNUS STOLONIFERA ‘NEIL Z’ Color Choice® Pucker Up!® Red Twig Dogwood A bright red stemmed dogwood with glossy, puckered green foliage is distinctive and attractive. High degree of leaf spot resistance and compact growth. Native. Adaptable to many soils but best in moist, even swampy conditions.
CORNUS X RUTBAN
CORNUS X RUTBAN Aurora™ Dogwood The large, overlapping flower bracts with a velvety texture almost cover the foliage of this small tree in early spring. Exceptionally disease and borer resistant.\
CORNUS X RUTCAN
CORNUS X RUTCAN Constellation® Dogwood The impressive floral display of white flower bracts appear in late spring to early summer. It is a vigorous, fully branched small tree from bottom to top. Makes a great focal point in the landscape.
CORNUS X RUTGAN
CORNUS X RUTGAN Stellar Pink® Dogwood Large, overlapping pink flower bracts appear in early spring. The habit is fully branched from bottom to top. Exceptionally disease and borer resistant.
CORNUS X VENUS
CORNUS X VENUS Venus® Dogwod Exceptionally large 6in to 8in, white floral bracts, more tolerant of drought than other dogwoods and high resistance to Powdery Mildew and Dogwood Anthracnose. Cross of C. Kousa and C. nuttallii.
CORSO AKEBIA QUINATA
CORSO AKEBIA QUINATA Fiveleaf Akebia A hardy, twining vine with graceful foliage and small, pink, fragrant flowers in May, followed by violet fruits in summer.
CORSO DIGITALIS
CORSO DIGITALIS Bleeding Heart Contract grown Digitalis
CORSO HYDRANGEA EVERLASTING
CORSO HYDRANGEA EVERLASTING Hydrangea Contract grown Hydrangea
CORSO LILIUM ASIATIC
CORSO LILIUM ASIATIC Asiatic Lily Contract grown Asiatic Lily
CORSO LILIUM ORIENTAL
CORSO LILIUM ORIENTAL Oriental Lily Contract grown Oriental Lily
CORSO POLYGONUM AUBERTII
CORSO POLYGONUM AUBERTII Silver Lace Vine Contract grown Polygonum. Extremely vigorous, twining vine with fragrant, white flower clusters in late summer.
CORSO THUJA PLICATA 4EVER GOLDY
CORSO THUJA PLICATA 4EVER GOLDY Forever Goldy Arborvitae Contract grown Arborvitae Ever golden, compact conifer is a quick grower with a stunning display of gold-yellow foliage that will not shed. Great orange Fall color with red stems in Fall and Winter.
CORSO WISTERIA FR. AMETHYST FALLS
CORSO WISTERIA FR. AMETHYST FALLS Amethyst Falls Wisteria Contract grown Wisteria Brilliant purple blooms are profuse in April and May with sporadic blooms throughout the season. Blooms on both new and old wood. Vigorous and disease resistant.
CORYDALIS CANARY FEATHERS
CORYDALIS CANARY FEATHERS Canary Feathers® Corydalis The perfect addition to the shade garden! Soft, blue-green feather-like foliage is accented by large, canary-yellow flowers carried above the foliage on short spikes. Combines well with blue or gold Hosta.
CORYLUS AV. CONTORTA
CORYLUS AV. CONTORTA Harry Lauder's Walking Stick/Contorted Filbert This upright, tree-like shrub has heart-shaped, toothed, mid-green leaves. Pendant yellow catkins are born in late winter. Strongly twisted, spiraling shoots provide year-round interest.
CORYLUS AV. RED DRAGON
CORYLUS AV. RED DRAGON Red Dragon Corkscrew Hazel Striking, deep red leaves that hold their leaf color better in the heat. Mid-sized leaves allow the contorted habit to be visible, even in the summer months.
CORYLUS COLURNA
CORYLUS COLURNA Turkish Filbert Pyramidal crown with attractive dark green foliage casts a dense shade. Ornamental bark, corky stems, pendulous catkins, and bold symmetrical outline create winter interest. The 1/2 inch nut is edible.
CORYLUS RED MAJESTIC
CORYLUS RED MAJESTIC Red Majestic™ Corkscrew Hazel A cross between the purple leaf Corylus and C. contorta which has twisted stems. Maroon red foliage in spring, that fades to maroon green in summer. Purple catkins in late autumn.
COTINUS COG. ATROPURPUREA Purple Smoketree Unique purple blooms and foliage make this a great specimen tree for urban environments.
COTINUS COG. FLAME
COTINUS COG. FLAME Flame Smokebush A large deciduous shrub with dark green leaves that turn stunning shades of bright orange, red and yellow in autumn before falling. In the summer, large panicles of smoke-like dark pink flowers appear which stand out well against the green foliage.
COTINUS COG. MAGICAL GREEN FOUNTAIN
COTINUS COG. MAGICAL GREEN FOUNTAIN Magical® Green Fountain Smokebush Deep green foliage on a dense, compact shrub with a golden yellow-orange-red Fall color. Plants are covered in extra-long lasting blooms of seashell-pink on strong stems in late Spring to early Summer. Bred for use as cut flowers in floral arrangements.
COTINUS COG. ROYAL PURPLE
COTINUS COG. ROYAL PURPLE Royal Purple Smokebush Leaves emerge maroon-red and darken to purple-black throughout summer. Smoky plumes appear in July.
COTINUS COGGYGRIA ‘COTSIDH5' Velveteeny Purple Smokebush 'Velveteeny' offers the same deep burgundy foliage with large feathery plumes of pink blooms as it's big brother 'Royal Purple', but in a petite, dwarf form. Maturing at a mere 4’, it is as versatile as it is exquisite, with its compact, rounded shape and brilliant color a dazzling addition to any sunny landscape.
COTINUS X GRACE
COTINUS X GRACE Grace Smokebush The foliage is vibrant wine-red when young, darkening to a plum-red at maturity before they turn to a brilliant orange-red in the fall. Profuse smoky plumes in late Summer.
COTONEASTER AD. TOM THUMB
COTONEASTER AD. TOM THUMB Creeping Cotoneaster Dense, spreading mound. Pink flowers mature to long lasting, bright red fruits.
COTONEASTER APICULATA
COTONEASTER APICULATA Cranberry Cotoneaster A mounding habit with stiff branches. Pink flowers mature to long lasting, bright red fruits. Tolerates road salt.
COTONEASTER SAL. SCARLET LEADER
COTONEASTER SAL. SCARLET LEADER Scarlet Leader Willowleaf Cotoneaster A beautiful selection noted for heavy crops of scarlet fruit, dark green leaves and white spring flowers. A rapid grower with a low, mounded, spreading habit that is excellent for landscaping.
COTONEASTER X. HESSEI
COTONEASTER X. HESSEI Hessei Cotoneaster Shrubby groundcover with small dark green leaves turning redish- purple in fall. Dark pink flowers are followed by red fruit that last into the winter. Useful as a mass planting or sprawling over rocks or cascading over walls. Tolerates road salt.
CRATAEGUS C. INERMIS
CRATAEGUS C. INERMIS Thornless Cockspur Hawthorn A thornless, flat-topped tree with stratified branching and attractive silver bark. White summer blossoms give way to orange-red fruit that persists into winter. Drought tolerant and relatively disease resistant.
CRATAEGUS L. CRIMSON CLOUD
CRATAEGUS L. CRIMSON CLOUD Crimson Cloud English Hawthorn Bright red flowers with white star-shaped centers give the tree a deep pink color in Spring. Fruit is red and showy. Drooping habit with age. Leaf spot resistant.
CRATAEGUS V. OHIO PIONEER
CRATAEGUS V. OHIO PIONEER Ohio Pioneer Hawthorn Horizontal branching and a broad, almost flat-topped crown. Showy white flowers are followed by abundant red fruit up to 3/4 inch in diameter. Fruit is edible and ripens in fall before falling to the ground. Essentially thornless with good vigor.
CRATAEGUS V. WINTER KING
CRATAEGUS V. WINTER KING Winter King Thornless Hawthorn Wide-spreading, showy, gray branches that exfoliate to show the attractive orange inner bark. White flowers are followed by large orange-red fruits that persist through winter. Purple scarlet fall color.
CROCOSMIA X C. LUCIFER
CROCOSMIA X C. LUCIFER Lucifer Montbretia Vivid scarlet flowers, in July to September, borne on tall arching stems with strap like leaves. Excellent cut flower for arrangements.
CROCOSMIA X ORANGE PEKOE
CROCOSMIA X ORANGE PEKOE Orange Pekoe Montbretia Rich orange, yellow and fuschia hues on long multi-color spikes.
CROTON BANANA
CROTON BANANA Banana Croton A shrubby, showy plant with brightly-colored foliage. The slender, upright leaves are emerald green marked with bright-yellow veins.  Young leaves often emerge entirely yellow, gradually changing to green and yellow.  It's a fast-growing indoor plant reaching up to three feet tall in just a few years.
CROTON MAMMY
CROTON MAMMY Mammy Croton Narrow, strap-like, wavy leaves look almost spiralled. Highly colorful, variegated leaves are a combination of green, yellow, red, orange, and dark purple. Best color is from full sun.
CROTON PETRA
CROTON PETRA Petra Codiaeum Large, thick, glossy leaves of green overlayed with hues of oranges, reds, yellows, and purples. A beautiful, colorful patio and houseplant. Drought tolerant when established.
CRYPTOMERIA J. BLACK DRAGON
CRYPTOMERIA J. BLACK DRAGON Black Dragon Japanese Cedar Dense, needle-like, foliage emerges light green and turns to a very deep green. Numerous, graceful branchlets on an irregular, yet compact, pyramidal form. Vigorous growth rate until reaching 4 to 6 feet when the plant greatly slows. Easy care plant that needs little to no pruning.
CUPRESSOCYPARIS X LEYLANDII
CUPRESSOCYPARIS X LEYLANDII Leylandl Cypress Densely packed bright emerald green foliage. Very fast grower, up to 3 feet per year in youth, makes a quick solution to problem views or lack of privacy, though best reserved for large sites.
CYMBALARIA MURALIS
CYMBALARIA MURALIS Kenilworth Ivy Extremely low growing ground cover, forming dense mats of small, shallow lobed, medium green leaves about 1” across. Tiny blue-violet flowers with yellow throats from May to September may be too small to be showy unless viewed up close.
CYPERUS ALT. UMBRELLA SEDGE
CYPERUS ALT. UMBRELLA SEDGE Umbrella Sedge Each delicate stem is topped by 12 to 20 leafy bracts that droop in all directions from the stem apex giving the appearance of an umbrella. Use in water gardens and pots.
CYPERUS BABY TUT
CYPERUS BABY TUT Umbrella Grass Proven Winners Cyperus 'Baby Tut' is slightly shorter than King Tut with an umbrella shape to it. This little grass does great in drained soil, doesn't mind it's feet wet and loves the sun. Baby Tut is ideal for the centerpiece of a container, in the landscape, and in water gardens.
CYPERUS ISOCLADUS DWF PAPYRUS
CYPERUS ISOCLADUS DWF PAPYRUS Miniature Papyrus Can be used in water gardens or as houseplants. Leafless stems topped with a spiral of dark green pendulous leaves. Keep moist.
CYPERUS PRINCE TUT
CYPERUS PRINCE TUT Graceful Grasses® Prince Tut™ A nice, compact form of Egyptian Papyrus, about half the height of King Tut, but with the same large poms on the ends of the stems.  Fun and interesting, without being so overwhelmingly huge.  With shorter stems than King Tut, Prince Tut is quite sturdy and less likely to have stems flop.
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