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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
NANDINA TUSCAN FLAME
NANDINA TUSCAN FLAME Tuscan Flame Nandina Bamboo-like foliage is accented with red new growth throughout the season. Small, star-shaped flowers appear in mid-summer and fall brings brilliant red foliage and red berries.
NEPETA EARLY BIRD
NEPETA EARLY BIRD Early Bird Catmint Purple flowers bloom as early as April and last up to six weeks on the compact gray-green aromatic foliage. The deer and rabbits will stay away, but the butterflies will love the flowers!
NEPETA F. CATS MEOW
NEPETA F. CATS MEOW Cat’s Meow Catmint Bred by Walter’s Gardens, Inc., this catmint has small, grey-green, aromatic leaves that are topped with well-branched stems carrying spikes of sky blue flowers with purple calyxes from early summer into early fall. Truly the “cat’s meow”! This selection keeps its tidy, dense, rounded shape all season long.
NEPETA F. PURRSIAN BLUE
NEPETA F. PURRSIAN BLUE Purrsian Blue Catmint Forms a small, perfectly rounded, densely branched clump of tiny, green leaves the first year.  After that, the plant maintains its compact mounding habit but nearly doubles its spread to just over 2’ across. This is a very floriferous selection whose flower power is amplified by its having its flowers spaced closely together on the stems.  Periwinkle blue flowers are held closely together above dark purple calyxes just above the aromatic foliage from early summer into early fall. 
NEPETA JUNIOR WALKER
NEPETA JUNIOR WALKER Junior Walker™ Catmint Showy, mint relative, with fragrant gray-green foliage. Compact habit with blue-purple flowers from May to late fall.
NEPETA X BLUE WONDER
NEPETA X BLUE WONDER Blue Wonder Catmint Long blooming, large deep blue flowers held above the green-gray, aromatic foliage.
NEPETA X FAASSENII DROPMORE
NEPETA X FAASSENII DROPMORE Dropmore Ornamental Catmint Bred for harsh conditions. Low bushy mound of silver-green, aromatic foliage. Clusters of bright blue flowers last weeks on end. Shear back by two-thirds in July for repeat bloom in August to the end of summer. Self sows readily.
NEPETA X WALKERS LOW
NEPETA X WALKERS LOW Walker's Low Catmint Showy, mint relative, with fragrant gray-green foliage. Compact habit with blue-purple flowers from May to late fall.
NYSSA SYLVATICA
NYSSA SYLVATICA Black Gum A native with brilliant fall color in varying shades of yellows, oranges and reds.
NYSSA SYLVATICA TUPELO TOWER
NYSSA SYLVATICA TUPELO TOWER Tupelo Tower Black Gum Lustrous dark green foliage turns vibrant shades of yellow and orange in fall. The tight, upright habit makes this an excellent choice for smaller spaces and urban settings. Birds are attracted to the small, bluish-purple fruit.
NYSSA SYLVATICA WILDFIRE
NYSSA SYLVATICA WILDFIRE Wildfire Blackgum Brilliant red new growth through late spring and early summer. Mature leaves are deep green and turn vibrant shades of red in fall. An excellent new variety.
NYSSA SYLVATICA ZYDECO TWIST
NYSSA SYLVATICA ZYDECO TWIST Zydeco Twist Black Gum A stunning, contorted form of our native species. Zig-zag stems are especially showy in winter, providing all season interest.
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