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Ceratostigma


Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
An underused groundcover that provides interest in late summer -when the gentian blue flowers appear - and in fall - when the foliage turns a beautiful bronze-red. Use Leadwort as an underplanting to shrubs or large perennials or allow it to ramble

Chelone


Chelone lyonii
Chelone is a wonderful fall bloomer. The rosy-pink flowers are shape like a turtle's head with its mouth open. Foliage is bronze-green in the spring turning a deeper green. This is the kind of plant that makes a great backdrop for shorter plants

Convallaria


Convallaria majalis
Classic fragrant ground cover for the shade. Early spring, bell-shaped flowers are followed by tiny orange berries. A real no-nonsense, easy-to-grow plant. Despite the dainty appearance of the blossoms, Convallaria is actually a tough, vigorous

Coreopsis


Coreopsis grandiflora


Coreopsis grandiflora 'Flying Saucers''
A little shorter than 'Early Sunrise' and blooms later but is just as floriforous. Golden yellow blooms with brown markings.

Coreopsis verticillata


Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam'
1992 Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year. Ever-popular and a classic perennial, C. 'Moonbeam' is an excellent performer with bright lemon-yellow flowers produced in profusion from early through late summer. The airy clumps of fine,

Coreopsis x


Coreopsis x 'Redshift''
A new variety of narrow-leafed coreopsis - hardy and very dependable. Nice bi-color flowers will bloom through the summer with very little attention.'Redshift' blooms from midsummer into early fall, producing large 2 inch diameter, creamy yellow

Crocosmia


Crocosmia 'Emily McKenzie'
Glowing orange flowers with a crimson throat. Flowers add an exotic, tropical touch to arrangements. Wonderfully exotic plant with sword-like foliage and intense bird-of-paradise type flowers. Provide a spiky element to the garden.

Crocosmia 'Lucifer'
Intense red flowers with a crimson throat. Flowers add an exotic, tropical touch to arrangements. Wonderfully exotic plant with sword-like foliage and intense bird-of-paradise type flowers. Provide a spiky element to the garden. One of the

Deschampsia


Deschampsia 'Schottland'
Tufted blue-green blades with very open, wispy flower head.

Dianthus


Dianthus 'Zing Salmon'
A salmon version of the well-known Zing Rose. Masses of blooms over somewhat upright clumps of dark green, evergreen foliage that turns purplish-red in the winter

Dianthus deltoides


Dianthus deltoides 'Artic Fire'
Smaller, icy white blooms with a sharply contrasting, bright fuchsia ring around the medium pink eye zone light up their surroundings. Petals have serrated edges, looking as if they have been trimmed with pinking shears, hence the common name

Dianthus deltoides 'Zing Rose'
Large, deep rose-red blooms cover the dense, somewhat upright clumps of dark green, evergreen foliage. If deadheaded, this species will flower heaviest in early summer with a rebloom in the fall. Maiden Pinks are named for their habit of partially

Dianthus grat. 'Firewitch'
Quarter-size flowers are borne on bear stems above the serrated petals which seem to be trimmed with pinking shears - hence the common name 'Pinks'. Silvery-blue foliage with a slight spicy fragrance from the upward-facing flowers. Well suited to

Dianthus grat. Cheddar Pink
Deep rose-pink, upward-facing flowers give off a spicy scent. They appear in mass above the dense globe of deep green, evergreen foliage. Native to Cheddar Gorge, England.

Dicentra


Dicentra 'Luxuriant'
One of the best fern-leaf bleeding hearts that will continue to throw off flowers throughout the season. Blue/green fern-like foliage and cherry-red, heart-shaped flowers.

Dicentra spectabilis
Old-time favorite with puffy, heart-shaped pink flowers on arching racemes. A very substantial 3 foot plus plant that is a long-lived garden classic. Can be interplanted with hosta or ferns to fill the space in summer.

Dicentra spectabilis 'Alba'
A white variety of this old-time favorite. Not quite as tall as the pink. Dependable, long-lived garden classic. Best interplanted with hosta or ferns to fill the space in summer.

Digitalis


Digitalis grandiflora
The longest-lived perennial in the popular genus of biennials. Soft yellow flowers speckled w/brown continue into fall. Not as flashy as its taller pink and purple cousins but blends well with both hot and cool companions while adding vertical.

Digitalis mertonensis
Deep rose-pink flowers appear in pendulous clusters on one-sided racemes. Forms large rosettes of velvety, green, oblong leaves. True perennial not biennials.

Digitalis purpurea
A mix of colors growing here on the farm - purples, whites, pink, yellows and who knows what else may appear. Forms large rosettes of velvety, green, oblong leaves. Biennial though you won't really notice because it re-seeds readily so there are

Doronicum


Doronicum caucasicum


Doronicum caucasicum 'Leo Compact'
A very compact variety of leopard bane with a single, yellow, daisy-like flower. Keep the soil moist for best results.

Dryopteris


Dryopteris 'Parsley'
The 'Parsley' fern is incredibly unique and will stop you in your tracks when you see it! It's hard to resist reaching out to touch its dark green, crinkled and crested foliage that somewhat resembles parsley. The Male Fern is a vigorous grower that

Echinacea


Echinacea 'Big Sky Sunrise'
NEW INTRODUCTION - rose scented, cone turns golden. PPAF

Echinacea 'Harvest Moon'
NEW INTRODUCTION - Fragrant, gold flowers like the harvest moon. Excellent branching habit and overlapping petals give it a fuller look.

Echinacea 'Twilight''
A brand new color for echinaceas, this selection sports vibrant rose-red flowers with an unusual deep red cone. This color really pops! The nice wide flower petals are slightly reflexed and overlap, giving the blossoms a full, substantial presence.

Echinacea purpurea


Echinacea purpurea 'Bright Star'
An excellent selection with horizontally held petals like those of 'Magnus' but more substantial and a deep magenta-red

Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus'
Classic forebearer of the many varieties available and still one of the most dependable and interesting. Rich, lavender to purple shaded petals droop slight and draw butterflies like crazy.

Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan'
White petals droop downward away from the coppery central cone. Sweet fragrance and very attractive to butterflies.

Echinops


Echinops 'Blue Glow'
An excellent selection with horizontally held petals like those of 'Magnus' but more substantial and a deep magenta-red

Epimedium


Epimedium 'Sulphureum'
Slowly spreading, evergreen groundcover for shade and part sun. Young leaves are flushed with red. Multi-shaded flowers appear in clusters in early spring.

Erianthus


Erianthus ravennae
Very large and striking. Hardier than pampas not as showy. A giant among the grasses. Tall stalks - up to 10' - rise well above the 4 to 5' foliage. Ornamental grasses are valued for their powerful vertical architectural element they add to the




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