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Achillea


Achillea m. 'Anthea'
Its persistence in flowering all summer is impressive - cut back the old flower stems and it keeps on coming. The flower color is not a vivid as 'Moonshine' but probably worth the trade off. More tolerant to rainy, humid conditions than other

Achillea m. 'Moonshine'
A very popular garden plant that combines well with most everything. Its flat-topped canary yellow flower cluster set against the silver foliage brighten the garden. Works well in dried flower arrangements. This is a clump-forming selection that

Adenophora


Adenophora 'Amethyst'
Erect habit w/ large bell-shaped flowers. Bell-shaped flower are very similar to Campanulas that share the excellent blue that goes well with most any other color. Blooms extend well into summer. May require staking. Cut back after flowering is

Adiantum


Adiantum pedatum
Delicate and wiry slow-spreader that will add a graceful touch for many years.

Aegopodium


Aegopodium podagraria


Aegopodium podagraria 'Variegatum
An attractive groundcover for the shade is a light green and white variegated version of Bishop's Weed usually grown for its pretty foliage. If you are looking to rapidly fill in a space beneath a tree, on a slope, or any place that nothing else

Agastache


Agastache foeniculum
This lovely plant is sometimes referred to as Hummingbird Mint. Agastache's aromatic foliage and bottlebrush like flower spikes fill the air with a mint fragrance that is irresistible to both hummers and butterflies - and also deer. Plants are very

Ajuga


Ajuga reptans


Ajuga reptans 'Burgandy Glow'
Deep bronze foliage with a metallic finish - the color develops best in full sun and is most pronounced in late summer. This evergreen groundcover that can become invasive. In early to mid spring short spikes of blue flowers will stand upright

Alchemilla


Alchemilla mollis
The fuzzy, soft, gray-green foliage mounds nicely and glimmer in the early morning dew. Produces sprays of tiny, chartreuse flowers in the spring. Lady's Mantle is a clump forming, slow spreader that can be used as a groundcover but don't expect

Amsonia


Amsonia tabermaemontona
This species is hardier than hubrectii and not a vivid in the fall but it's thread-like foliage and form during the rest of the year is more impressive. Produces 2-3 in. clusters of small, light blue star-shaped flowers. After flowering it grows

Anemone


Anemone 'Party Dress'
This variety produce big fluffy double pink flowers. A very strong grower that form a neat clump and multiplies rapidly.

Anemone tomentosa


Anemone tomentosa 'Robustissima'
One of the hardiest of the fall anemones. Soft pink flowers bloom in August (zone 6) and continue through fall. Dark geeen foliage resembles grape leaves - hence the common name.

Anthemis


Anthemis tinctoria


Anthemis tinctoria 'Charme'
1 inch wide, bright yellow flowers are produced all summer long until the first frost on nicely compact, dwarf plants. The finely cut, feathery foliage forms a tight, symmetrical mound that is attractive even when the plant is not in bloom. Use this

Arabis


Arabis bleph.'Red Sensation'
Widely planted in rock gardens, rock cress spreading cushions of woolly gray evergreen leaves. Mixes well with spring bulbs. Fairly drought tolerant after established. Has a sweet fragrance.

Arabis cauc. 'Snowcap'
Widely planted in rock gardens, rock cress spreading cushions of woolly gray evergreen leaves. Mixes well with spring bulbs. Fairly drought tolerant after established. Has a sweet fragrance.

Arenaria


Arenaria montana
A cousin of dianthus and has similar narrow glossy leaves that grow into a prostrate mat. Covered with 1/2 in flowers. Good substitute for moss in a sunny area.

Arisaema


Arisaema triphyllum
Classic woodland plant that produces purplish- green hooded spaths followed by red berries.

Armeria


Armeria maritima


Armeria maritima splendens
Rosy-pink ball-shaped flowers atop thin, leafless stalks held well above the foliage. Will bloom from mid spring into summer. Being a coastal native it can handle life along walks and drives that are treated with salt (to a degree). Good candidate

Armeria pseudarmeria


Armeria pseudarmeria 'Ballarina Red'
Rosy-pink ball-shaped flowers atop thin, leafless stalks held well above the foliage. Leaves on this species are much wider and sword-like than other ameria though still very compact. Will bloom from mid spring into summer. Being a coastal native

Aruncus


Aruncus aethusifolius
Miniature Goatsbeard that has the same characteristic as its larger cousin. Feathery spikes of white flowers come on with summer. Fine fern-like foliage. Good plant for the front of the border - make sure the soil is consistently moist.

Asclepias


Asclepias incarnata


Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella'
A hassle-free perennial offering 3 months of vanilla-scented, rose flowers in 3 to 4 inch compact clusters followed by green, milkweed-like fruit with silky seeds. Host to may types of butterflies and used by the Monarch for egg laying. Its striking

Asclepias tuberosa
A hassle-free a long bloom season followed by green, milkweed-like fruit with silky seeds. Its striking flowers are great in fresh bouquets and the pods compliment dried arrangements later in the year. Re-seeds at a very controlled pace. The deep

Aster


Aster 'Winston Churchill'
Reddish-purple; one of the best reds. Neat, compact habit that will liven the fall garden with its densely packed cluster of flowers.

Aster dumosus


Aster dumosus 'Wood's Blue'
Densely packed clusters of clear light blue flowers provide outstanding color in the garden from late summer into fall. Since this species has a dwarf, compact habit, it will not require staking. 'Wood's' selections have shown excellent resistance

Aster novae-angliae


Aster novae-angliae 'Alma Potschke'
Its terrific shade of rose-pink is vivid but not too hot. Goes well with ornamental grasses. Excellent cut flower.

Aster novae-angliae 'Purple Dome'
A shorter variety of New England Aster that forms compact mounds and is a strong bloomer. Rich purple flower - great addition to the front of the border. Not a real long flowering period but super dependable.

Aster novi-belgii


Aster novi-belgii 'Alert'
Very compact habit with densely packed clusters of deep purplish-red flowers. Great fall accent.

Astilbe


Astilbe 'Bridalveil'
Classic white astilbe - frothy blooms droop slightly at the ends. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful flowers for shade. Foliage tends to remain attractive all

Astilbe 'Cattleya'
One of the largest astilbe with tall, elegant pink plumes. Bold green foliage is sometimes tinged with red. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful flowers for shade.

Astilbe 'Glut'
Great bright red - foliage has a tinge of red. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful flowers for shade. Foliage tends to remain attractive all season and if left

Astilbe 'Ostrich Plume'
Arching coral-rose blooms are very large, open and drooping - very different than typical astilbe flowers. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful flowers for

Astilbe 'Peach Blossom'
Delicate peach flowers with a hint of pink. Plumes are full and lend a frothy appearance to the clump with glossy, green foliage. A member of Astilbe japonica a species characterized by an early bloom time and glossy green leaves often tinged with




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