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Achillea


Achillea 'Terracotta' (1 product)
An eye catching Yarrow, ‘Terracotta’ has gray-green filigreed foliage and uniquely colored, earth-tone flowers that change from peach to coppery-orange and russet. This German bred Yarrow is best grown in very lean, fast draining soil to

Achillea filipendulina


Achillea filipendulina 'Coronation Gold' (1 product)
This always-dependable performer is an essential long-blooming perennial for any xeriscape. ‘Coronation Gold’ is taller than Achillea ‘Moonshine’, has greener foliage and a larger, darker-yellow flower cluster. This is a

Achillea kellereri (1 product)
This hybrid plant is notable for its vigorous growth and the profusion of large white flower clusters that continue throughout the summer. The unusual silvery strap-like leaves add interest when the plant is out of bloom. Plant in the middle of a

Achillea serbica (1 product)
This diminutive species is one of the most rugged and xeric of the yarrows. The slow-growing plants gradually form low, tight, gray mats of narrow evergreen leaves. The white flowers are numerous and very attractive. Easily grown in any

Achnatherum


Achnatherum calamagrostis (1 product)
A spectacular European native, Achnatherum is both a graceful and free-flowering summer blooming ornamental grass. It will beautify your garden with its showy, silver-green flowering spikes that turn a rich tawny brown in the fall. For best garden

Achnatherum hymenoides


Achnatherum hymenoides 'Nezpar' (1 product)
Indian Rice Grass is so named because of its use as a grain by native Americans. Its light, lacy seed heads appear in early summer and are valued both in the landscape and in dried bouquets. The variety ‘Nezpar’ is recommended for its

Aegopodium


Aegopodium podagraria


Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegatum' (1 product)
This vigorous ground cover is invaluable for dry shade. The variegated green and white foliage helps light up the shady corners of your yard. Indifferent to soil type, Aegopodium is a good choice for clay soils. Like Vinca major, Aegopodium is an

Aethionema


Aethionema schistosum (1 product)
Hundreds of soft pink flower clusters smother this plant in early spring; get close and you will enjoy its intensely sweet fragrance. The tiny leaves are evergreen, and are a distinctive powder blue. When finished blooming, cut back the old

Agapanthus


Agapanthus sp. 'Cold Hardy White' (1 product)
Green Thumb Award Winner 2006. With our ongoing quest for cold hardy South African perennials, Agapanthus ‘Coldy Hardy White’ joins our growing list of offerings such as Diascia, Cotula, Kniphofia caulescens and others. - - - A

Agastache


Agastache & Perovskia Combo (1 product)
Use this stunning flowering perennial plant pair to create low-maintenance color in your xeriscape (waterwise landscape). This combination will thrive in poor to average fertility, well-drained soils. This Hot Combo includes 3 plants each for a

Agastache 'Acapulco Orange' PP#16308 (1 product)
A beautiful orange flowered selection with mint scented foliage, ‘Acapulco™ Orange’ is a compact, long blooming selection with good cold hardiness. The plant grows as wide as it is tall and is small enough to plant toward the front




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