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Astilbe


Astilbe 'Sprite'
Lovely shell-pink flowers in open, drooping panicles borne on stiff, wiry stems. Rust-colored seed heads are particularly outstanding. Blooms in mid to late summer. Glossy black-green leaves are bronze in spring, finely textured and forms a dense

Astilbe 'Veronica Klose'
One of the shorter varieties with dark, purplish-rose blooms and course textured leaves. Clump forming torch-like shape; late bloom. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most

Astilbe 'Vision in Pink'
Pale pink, dense, pyramidal shape. Foliageblue green with a course texture. 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

Astilbe 'Vision in Red'
Deep, red, dense, pyramidal shape. Foliage clear green with a course texture. 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

Astilbe 'Vision in White'
White variety in this popular series of cultivars with a dense, pyramidal shape. Foliage clear green with a course texture. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful

Astilbe taquetti


Astilbe taquetti 'Superba'
Another massive, knockout variety. Very tall and stately with near purple blooms. Nicely jagged leave with a bit of fuzz. Astilbe's brightly colored stately plumes are absolutely spectacular when planted in mass and are one of the most colorful

Astrantia


Astrantia major
Tall wiry stems carry the white, starry flowers with a blush of pink and a prominent central cone. Flowers are good for cutting. Deserves a place in any garden.

Athyrium


Athyrium 'Frizelliae'
One of the most distinctive ferns, this selection has narrow fronds on which the pinnae are rolled up tightly together instead of being open and lacy like other ferns. As a result, they look like delicate beads strung on a necklace. Definately a

Athyrium 'Ghost'
A hybrid of Japanese painted and lady fern. Frosty, apple green fronds emit a ghostly white light in the shade garden. Dark purple stems hold the broad stems upright. Some sun is needed to develop the color.

Athyrium filix-femina
This deciduous fern is characterized by lush, finely textured, medium green fronds with an arching habit. They radiate gracefully out from the center of the crown. New leaves are produced throughout the season for a continually fresh look. At

Athyrium niponicum'Pictum'
A dependable knockout with silver-gray fronds with purplish-red veins. Late spring frosts can knock down the new growth but it will come right back. 2004 PPA Plant of the Year.

Baptista


Baptista australis
Pea-like flowers are followed by long, green seed pods which turn black and are present from fall to winter.

Boltonia


Boltonia asteroides


Boltonia asteroides 'Snowbank'
This small genus of the Aster family is easy to grow in average garden soil and will reward you with masses of flowers in the fall. The variety 'Snowbank' creates a mass of white daisies on stems that typically do not need staking. Best in mass

Brunnera


Brunnera macrophylla
Heart-shaped fuzzy leaves mound nicely with panicles of forget-me-not baby blue flowers. The species is still on of the best for mass plantings. Also does well in containers and makes a wonderful cut flower for spring bouquets..

Buddleia


Buddleia 'Bicolor'
The first buddleia to offer bicolor inflorescences. Fragrant, lavender and butterscotch yellow flowers occur on panicles up to 10 in. long. Compact habit.

Buddleia 'Santana'
An exciting new variegated butterfly bush with green leaves edged in bright yellow. They set off the purple-red flower panicles nicely from late summer well into fall. Just when we need a breath of fresh air in the late summer heat, they happily

Buddleia dav. 'Attraction'
About as close to red as you get in a Buddleia. Arching purpleish-red flower panicles up to a foot long. Attracts butterflies, blooms mid-summer till frost and provides winter interest and bird cover through the winter.

Buddleia dav. 'Black Knight''
Arching black-purple flower panicles up to a foot long. Compact habit. Attracts butterflies, blooms mid-summer till frost and provides winter interest and bird cover through the winter.

Buddleia dav. 'Royal Red'
Arching violet-red flower panicles up to a foot long. Compact habit. Attracts butterflies, blooms mid-summer till frost and provides winter interest and bird cover through the winter.

Buddleia dav. 'White Profusion'
A very strong grower. White flowers are slightly fragrant with gray-green leaves. Slightly smaller than other colors Attracts butterflies, blooms mid-summer till frost and provides winter interest and bird cover through the winter.

Buddleia x


Buddleia x 'Honeycomb'
Arching yellow flower panicles up to a foot long. Compact habit. Attracts butterflies, blooms mid-summer till frost and provides winter interest and bird cover through the winter.

Calamintha


Calamintha nepeta
A trouble-free plant whose leaves smell strongly of mint. The small, green leaves resemble those of catmint. Beginning in early summer, tiny, pale lavender-blue flowers are produced in profusion on upright spikes just above the foliage. Their sweet

Campanula


Campanula 'Superba'
One of the stalwarts of a very large family of plants. 'Superba' produces dependable clusters of bell-shaped, upward-facing flowers on stiff, upright stems. Low growing leaves make an effective goundcover.

Campanula americana
Native to eastern US. This bellflower has strong stems and blue star-like flowers.

Campanula lactiflora


Campanula lactiflora 'Dwarf Pink'
One of the taller garden bellflower species, with more foliage bulk than its cousins. Its leaves are fresh green and crinkly. Proific bloomer with flowers colored a delicate blush.

Campanula persicifolia


Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'
Very vivid , clear blue, bell-shaped flowers on 2 foot stems. Neat rosette of basal leaves.

Carex


Carex 'Bowles Golden'
Bright golden foliage with thin green margins - taller than most other sedges. It needs consistent moisture to thrive - will grow in shallow water. Can be grown in light shade.

Caryopteris


Caryopteris 'Dark Knight'
Caryopteris is a woody perennial or sub-shrub that grows to be the size of a small shrub with deep blue flowers. Compact growth habit. This late bloomer is especially valuable because it looks its best when many other perennials are done for the

Catananche


Catananche caerulea


Catananche caerulea 'Amor Blue'
Elegant border plant with fine blue flowers on slender stems with gray green foliage. Flowers first season from seed.

Centaurea


Centaurea mon. 'Amethyst in Snow'
Ethereal bicolor blooms, snow white with royal purple centers over handsome mounds of silver-green foliage. Very sturdy and hardy. Developed in the Netherlands.

Centaurea montana
An old-fashion favorite whose cornflower-blue flowers will catch the eye of passersby throughout the season. It is a prolific self-seeder you'll find starts throughout the garden but I wouldn't call it invasive at all - this can be controlled with




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