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Primula veris,Campanula rotundifolia, Verbascum thapsus, Armeria maritime, Only those few of us who are botanists will be able to identify behind the technical nomenclature the flowers known to the majority by less formidable titles: Cowslip, Bluebell, Mullein, Thrift. But the number will be even less of those who can penetrate into the lost world concealed by the popular names: they are so long with us we imagine they are part of a permanent tradition. Maybe you have heard of the growing trend to plant flowers that have original names reflecting the life of the virgin mother Mary. So much can be gained from learning about the history of our favorite plants and trees. Backyardgardener is the Largest Gardening Store in the World.

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Arborvitae, American 1-2' $6.99
Perfect for windscreens! This evergreen has a natural pyramidal shape, broad at the base and tapering to the top. Fan-shaped leaflets are lush green. Makes one of the finest year-round hedges. Grows to 20-30' high and 5' wide at the base. (more ...)
Arborvitae, American 1-2'

Arborvitae, American 9-12"" $4.99
The American Arborvitae has a natural pyramidal shape, broad at the base and tapering to the top. Fan-shaped leaflets are lush green. Makes one of the finest year-round hedges. Perfect for windscreens. The American Arborvitae grows to 20-30' (more ...)
Arborvitae, American 9-12

Arkansas Amsonia $3.49
Arkansas Amsonia is one of our favorite perennials producing three seasons of wonderful color. In the spring and summer, it produces blue star-shaped flowers atop wonderfully colored green foliage. But, that's not all -- in fall, the foliage (more ...)
Arkansas Amsonia

Aronia $5.97
Aronia's fruit is mostly used for making juice or wine. Beautiful fire-engine red foliage in fall increases its value as a landscape shrub. Grows 3-6' tall, Yields 10+ pounds of berries. Begins bearing fruit the 2nd year. Hardy to -40 (more ...)
Aronia

Artichoke, Jerusalem $9.99
A unique, delicious vegetable. This unusual, delicate flavored, nutritious vegetable is loaded with "vegetable power." Jerusalem artichokes -- also known as Sunchokes -- are high in food value and rich in vitamins, which are easily, (more ...)
Artichoke, Jerusalem

Arum Italicum $4.99
The Italicum Arum is also known as Orange Candleflower because of its 12-14" spike of vivid orange berries. This exotic plant puts on a show from late spring until fall. The Italicum Arum produces creamy white flowers that appear first followed (more ...)
Arum Italicum

Arum, Dragon $7.99
The Dragon Arum is a highly unusual plant that is truly a one of a kind find for your yard! This Mediterranean native will simply amaze you. Each year it produces a 3-foot stalk that is topped in late spring or early summer by an exotic 18" (more ...)
Arum, Dragon

Asparagus, Giant Jersey $4.99
Predominately male variety produces high yields of very big speared asparagus. Jersey Giant is one of the earliest asparagus to emerge in the spring. Very disease tolerant. Rust-resistant.
Asparagus, Giant Jersey

Asparagus, Jersey Knight $6.98
Master gardeners have been known to pull the female plants from their asparagus patch (those producing red berries). This left the bigger more succulent male plants. Now plant hybridizers have developed Jersey Knight Asparagus, a variety that grows (more ...)
Asparagus, Jersey Knight

Asparagus, Mary Washington $3.95
Mary Washington Asparagus is perhaps the easiest grown of all summer vegetables. Once it is established, the original planting usually produces for 20 years! Produces abundant, giant-size asparagus with tender tips. You'll want to order enough (more ...)
Asparagus, Mary Washington

Asparagus, Millenium $4.99
One of the highest yielding male hybrid asparagus available to the home gardener. Top producer is noted for maintaining its high yield year after year and its ability to withstand cold winter temperatures.
Asparagus, Millenium



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