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  BOTANICAL NAME COMMON NAME DESCRIPTION
OENOTHERA B. SISKIYOU PINK
OENOTHERA B. SISKIYOU PINK Siskiyou Evening Primrose Heat and drought tolerant. Poppy shaped flowers are light rose, cup shaped and face upwards. Vigorous, floriferous.
OPLISMENUS BASKET GRASS
OPLISMENUS BASKET GRASS Variegated Basket Grass Tri-color green, pink, and white foliage; trailing habit.
ORNAMENTAL CABBAGE/KALE
ORNAMENTAL CABBAGE/KALE Ornamental Cabbage/Kale Assorted ornamental Cabbage/Kale
OROSTACHYS GNOME DOMES
OROSTACHYS GNOME DOMES Gnome Domes Duncecap Closely related to Sempervivum and Sedum, the unusual name of GNOME DOMES™ is due to the cone-shaped flower stems, which remind us of Gnome hats, and emerge in late summer and remain showy through November. In early spring, they emerge from their winter dormancy and look very similar to Hens & Chicks. Then, in mid-summer, the centers begin to swell and expand upwards creating these cone-shaped flower stems. Hundreds of tiny white flowers appear in late September through fall. Baby rosettes also begin appearing at the base of the plant and these are what survive the harsh winters.
OSTRYA VIRGINIANA
OSTRYA VIRGINIANA American Hophornbeam A graceful, medium-sized tree that performs well in many situations. Dark green leaves in summer turn yellow in fall.
OXYDENDRUM ARBOREUM
OXYDENDRUM ARBOREUM Sourwood Drooping branches on a pyramidal habit, create a graceful outline when planted as a specimen. Fragrant, white, lily-of-the-valley blossoms in August. Striking fall color in shades of red and orange. Slow grower.
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