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Hosta


Hosta 'Sum and Substance'
Massive chartreuse leaves that vary with sun exposure; good slug resistance - sun tolerant.

Hosta 'Tokudama Flavocircinalis'
Cupped, heavily corrugated leaves are blue-green with wide irregular chartreuse to gold margins. Centers turn dark green in summer.

Hosta 'Twilight'
Large dark green leaves with wide margins of cream to gold. Heavy substance and good slug resistance.

Hosta f. 'Aureo-marginata'
A classic favorite. Broad ovate, dark green w/ just a hint of blue and cream edge. Seersucker texture.

Hosta f. 'Hyacinthina'
Broad, firm heart-shaped leaves gray/green on top bluish below. Highly slug resistant.

Hosta sieboldiana
Round, textured, bluish-green leaves. Fast grower.

Hosta sieboldiana 'Elegans'
Huge, heavy, blue-gray, corrugated leaves are rounded and heavily textured; dominating form - Slug resistant.

Hosta un. 'Albo-marginata'
One of the first hosta to come up in the spring. Light green, wavy leaves w/white edge - upright.

Hosta un. 'Variegata'
Known by several different names but probably the original variety of white centered hosta w/green edge. Wavy leaves.

Iberis


Iberis 'Snowflake'
Evergreen. A great filler between rocks or an edger. Old-time favorite.

Inula


Inula ensifolia
An unusual plant with narrow leaves of about an inch covered with bright yellow flowers. A very neat compact grower that like lots of sun and excellent drainage.

Inula magnifica
Very big and impressive with wide basal leaves and daisy-like flowers on tall stalks.

Iris


Iris ensata
Sword-like foliage set off blooms that are shades of purple, beardless and flat. Several weeks later than other iris. Large impressive flowers

Iris ensata 'Variegata'
Variegated grass-like foliage set off the deep lavender blooms that are beardless and flat and come several weeks later than other iris. Flowers heavily.

Iris g. 'Before the Storm'
Bearded iris - Near black bearded iris

Iris g. 'Fall Fiesta'
This unusually colored Iris has ruffled, amber-tan falls, white standards, and gold beards. Soft yellow stylearms and midribs complete the look.

Iris g. 'Feed Back'
FALL RE-BLOOMER Large, blue-violet blossoms with yellow beards. Ruffled petals displayed in a widely flared form on strong, well-branched stems. Prounounced sweet fragrance.

Iris g. 'Firebreather'
Bearded iris -Vibrant late season flower w/ bright tangerine beard.

Iris g. 'Immortality'
One of the best RE-BLOOMERS consistently throughout the country. Dazzling, pure white blooms is ruffled with a pale yellow beard. This award winner has a strong, sweet fragrance and is nearly everblooming once established.

Iris g. 'Red at Night'
Bearded iris -Deep, velvety red coloration throughout. Mild ruffling.

Iris g. 'Tanzanian Tangerine'
Exotic looking, ruffled, peachy tan flowers. Clear standards with falls misted with a fine spray of wine-red color - then add a subtle wine-red edge and an orange beard and you have a knock-out iris.

Iris pallida


Iris pallida 'Variegata'
Striking variegated foliage of green and creamy-yellow.

Iris pseudacorus
Very vigorous plant that will form a large mass. Needs moist soil and sun, good along creeks - they tolerate standing water - though they can move down steam and establish themselves.

Iris siberica


Iris siberica 'Ceasars Brother'
One of the older varieties - very profuse bloomer. Siberian irises are hailed for their elegant, delicate flowers and disease resistance. They perform admirably in the sunny to partially shady garden, but need plenty of water throughout the season

Iris siberica 'Pink Haze'
Wonderful warm, lavender/pink self w/ white-edged falls.

Iris siberica 'White Swirl'
Wide, flared, ivory white with a touch of gold near the throat.

Iris sibirica


Iris sibirica 'Contrast in Style'
The contrasting white and wine red, purple blossoms makes this one an eye catcher.

Iris sibirica 'Strawberry Fair'
A tetraploid iris with heavily ruffled, curshed strawberry colored falls, lighter pink standards, and a white signal. Late bloomer

Kniphofia


Kniphofia uvaria
Absolutely striking in the garden and make an outstanding focal point when in bloom. Deadheading will prolong the blooming period. After the plant is finished flowering, the sword-shaped leaves should be cut back by half to stimulate fresh new

Lamiastrum


Lamiastrum galeobdolon


Lamiastrum galeobdolon 'Herman's Pride'
Neat mounds of silver variegation with brief, bright yellow flowers. A hardy durable ground cover that will grow well under trees.

Lamium


Lamium maculatum


Lamium maculatum 'Anne Greenway'
An exquisite blend of chartreuse, silver, and green. Slow to emerge; spreads by underground stolons - not invasive. Good groundcover for smothering weeds or hiding spent bulbs.




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