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Bestsellers

Syringa Bloomerang

The most compact, heaviest-blooming dwarf Lilac ever grown, Bloomerang is a flower machine for 4 months or more every year. The heaviest flowering is in spring, when this compact, very well-branched shrub erupts in fragrant purply-pink bloom trusses, ideal for cutting yet irresistible in the garden as well.

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Moro Blood Orange Trees

Blood oranges are called the ‘connoisseur’s citrus’ because they are sweet and highly flavored with a hint of strawberry and raspberry aftertaste. The name ‘Blood’ derives from its red blotches on the fruit’s skin and its reddish flesh and juice coloring. The Moro Blood Orange is the most common of the pigmented oranges marketed in the U.S. It is a hybrid of ancient origin, possibly between the pomelo and the tangerine believed to have originated at the beginning of the 19th century in the citrus-growing area around Lentini (in the Province of Siracusa in Sicily.

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Kaffir Lime Trees

The kaffir lime tree is well suited to container growing. The fruit is rough, bumpy green and grows on very thorny bush with very fragrant leaves. Even a small scratch of the lime releases a roomful of refreshing fragrance, like a fragrant bouquet of citrus blossoms.

The green lime colored fruit is distinguished by its bumpy exterior and its small size (approx. 4 cm wide). The leaves are distinguished by their hourglass shaped leaves.

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Magnolia Teddy Bear

The Magnolia Teddy Bear looks like no other, thanks to its unusual, very attractive foliage. Instead of the usual oblong, slightly recurved leaves, it has rounded, cupped foliage held very densely. This gives it a “furry” teddy bear look you will love. Magnolia Teddy Bear perfumes the garden in spring with its 6 to 8 inch handsome, pure white blooms. The foliage is very showy — a shiny, rich dark green — keeping this tree fascinating year-round.

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Amaryllis Evergreen

Brings unusual color to the late-winter home! When we saw this stunning new Amaryllis in Holland, we knew we must offer it. The blooms are very long-lasting, with long, slender, slightly recurved petals of lime-green, darkening toward the center into a star shape. They arise several to a stem on sturdy, compact plants that need […]

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Lavender ‘Munstead’

An evergreen perennial, Lavender Munstead has a subtle blue-green coloring and sweet fragrance. Reaching 12 to 18 inches high and 10 to 15 inches wide, it boasts 2 1/2 inch, linear, downy leaves on strong stems. The leaves first open white, then turn a pale gray-blue-green color. Stalks of lavender flowers grow up to 12 inches tall.

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Gourd Penguin

Create Your Own Crafts from this Penguin-Shaped Gourd! Crook necked fruits with thin stems irresistibly resemble penguins! These whimsically-shaped gourds certainly make ideal penguins, but their in curved neck–resembling a powder horn or a cornucopia–lends itself to a variety of crafts, as well as great ornamental value as a centerpiece or in winter arrangements. And […]

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Malabar Spinach Red Stem

This Ornamental Spinach Keeps You in Tasty Greens All Summer! The red stems really jazz up the plate! 55 days. The thick, dark green leaves of this edible ornamental provide tasty greens throughout the summer, when traditional spinach will not grow. The mild flavor makes Red Stem equally good cooked or fresh, and is more […]

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Watercress Sprouting Seed

Add Zest to Your Salad! Watercress sprouts make an ideal addition to a variety of dishes. Watercress Sprouts provide you with tangy leaves for garnishes, sandwiches and salads. Pkt is 4000 seeds. This product can be purchased in the following collection: Park’s Sprouting Seeds Collection (90261)

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Tomato Sweet Million Hybrid

These Vigorous tomato Plants Bear Masses of Sweet cherry tomatoes. Large tomato clusters of smooth, bright, miniature fruit arise all summer long on this classic variety. A garden treasure that always turns out big harvests of sweet tomatoes, Sweet Million Hybrid has earned its Park High Performer status from the testimonials of hundreds of customers […]

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Sunflower Van Gogh Mix

Armloads of Spectacular Cut Flowers in Every Form and Color You Love! Singles, doubles, large and small, colors from cream to burgundy! Sunflowers come in an incredible array of colors, sizes, and forms these days, and this mix has them all! You’ll get singles and doubles, “small” flowers 5 to 6 inches across and huge […]

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Winter Squash Sunshine Hybrid

Sweet, Nutty, Stringless Flavor! These 4-pound fruits glow inside and out! 95 days. Everything about Sunshine Hybrid is better than other Kabocha Squash varieties, from the sweet, nutty flavor to the glorious persimmon-orange color to the huge yields on compact plants. Winner of a 2004 All-America Selection Award, this is a winter squash you must […]

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Park’s Plastic Seed Flats

Park’s Plastic Seed Flats

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Salvia Hotline Burgundy

Early-Blooming, Compact, and So Colorful! Blooms begin just 6 to 8 weeks after sowing! A Park Exclusive! With its early, profuse, and brilliant blooms on compact plants, Hotline has been the Salvia of choice for many gardeners since its introduction. And Burgundy is an unusual, deep red color, very stately and rich. These stocky, heavy […]

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Garden Phlox Eva Cullum

Garden Phlox Eva Cullum

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Petunia Wave Collection

Catch All the Waves this Summer — at a Great Savings! Contains 1 packet each of all 7 Wave colors: Blue, Lavender, Misty Lilac, Pink, Rosy Dawn, Purple, and Easy Red. Winner of 3 All-America Selections and the rare Fleuroselect Gold Medal, the Wave Petunias have transformed American gardens with their super fast-growing, luxuriant, easy-care […]

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Statice Bright Rose

Long, Elegant Wands of Bright Pink! 8-inch flower panicles point straight up atop graceful 18-inch plants. Eye-catching bright color and fascinating curved form combine to make this one of the most garden-worthy Statice’s, as well as one of the finest for fresh bouquets. All summer long, these upright, somewhat slender 18-inch plants sport long, curved […]

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Petunia Double Cascade Pink Hybrid

Huge, Carnation-flowered Petunias of Brightest Pink! 4 inches across and packed with petal power! These frilly, petal-packed bright pink blooms are one of the best sources of lush color for the garden or container! Double Cascade Pink boasts flowers a full 4 inches across, fully double, and elaborately ruffled, so that they resemble Carnations more […]

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“Astrantia ‘Venice’

600 Blooms a Season! An incredible ever blooming Astrantia, with brilliant 2-inch blooms.The bloom strength of this new Dutch Astrantia is nothing short of incredible! Over many weeks in late spring and early summer, it sets hundreds of brilliant ruby red flowers on long, wiry stems, indifferent to the weather and so numerous you can […]

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Brazilian Fireworks Maracas

Lush Tropical Color for Flowerpots and Shady Beds Both the foliage and the flowers are bicolored. Whether you use this splendid tropical plant indoors, in containers, or in the warm shady garden, Brazilian Fireworks Maracas is a year-round delight. With its long, angular leaves of deep green scored with silver and its central bloom cluster […]

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Flowering Tobacco Perfume Deep Purple Hybrid

Unbelievable Fragrance and Rich, Deep Color! These Flowering Tobacco blooms won’t quit all summer! Winner of a 2006 All-America Selection, Perfume Deep Purple is the Nicotiana our gardens (and our noses!) have been waiting for. Not only is it magnificently scented, but it blooms very heavily over a long, long summer season. If you grew […]

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Astrantia ‘Ruby Cloud’

Superb for Cutting, and SO Long-Blooming Excellent in fresh and dried arrangements. One of the best perennials for cutflowers, Astrantia has long been popular in Europe but is only now making its way into American gardens. The blooms are spectacularly long-lasting and colorful, with a papery texture and layers of bright color. This plant is […]

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Prunella ‘Freelander Blue’

This Prunella simply has no idea how to stop flowering! From late spring through the middle of autumn, it sets new clusters of violet-blue blooms all over the place. It is grown as a groundcover, but it may become one of your favorite flowering perennials, too.One of the longest-blooming plants in any garden, its 2-inch […]

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White Bleeding Heart

What a lovely way to welcome spring into the perennial shade border! White Bleeding Heart is in bloom by mid-spring in most climates, its merry heart-shaped blooms on long, slender stems looking like a row of washing on a clothesline! Remaining colorful for weeks, it complements spring-blooming bulbs and offers bright colors while other shade-loving […]

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Delphinium Magic Fountain Cherry Blossom

A “Mid-Size” Pink Delphinium that Never Needs Staking! Put away those cumbersome stakes and twine–this mini pink Delphinium never needs support! The delphinium bloom stalks are about a foot long atop 24- to 28-inch plants, with flowers crowded all long the spike for a very bushy, colorful effect. The only choice for the front of […]

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Dinnerplate Dahlia Collection

Grow the bouquets of your dreams with this giant double-flowered dahlias, each more beautiful than the one before it, and all eager to bloom heavily over a long summer to fall season. These flowers are each distinctively patterned as well as colored, appearing on strong stems on tall, vigorous plants that you will want to […]

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Cosmos Gazebo Mix Seed Tape

Carpet the Sunny Garden . . . Instantly! With these easy-to-sow tapes, you can fill any space in seconds! If you’ve ever longed for a really big, nice planting of Cosmos but lacked the time to get out there and measure rows, thin young seedlings, and generally keep up with the whole project, seed tape […]

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Corn Early Sunglow Hybrid

The Best for Cool-Spring Climates! Matures in just 62 days! This classic variety is a favorite where the growing season is short or the springs especially cool. A yellow Regular Sweet type, Early Sun glow bears big 6- to 7-inch ears on short stalks just 4 to 4 1/2 feet tall! The ears are very […]

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Coleus Carefree Mix

Tired of heart-shaped Coleus. This is the mix you want–foot-tall plants with huge, deeply lobed leaves in rich colors! For a dramatic new shape in the shade garden or the home, Carefree Mix is the only Coleus to grow. Unlike most others, the foliage is not heart-shaped but resembles oak leaves, with big, lobed foliage […]

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Canna ‘Futurity Orange’

The most exciting development in cannas in many years, the Futurity series is compact, fast-growing, heavy-blooming, and best of all, self-cleaning! You will admire these blooms over a long summer and fall season, and admiration is almost the only care they need — they drop their blooms neatly to the ground when they fade, making […]

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Begonia Bayou Mix

Begonia Bayou Mix

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Basil Queen of Sheba

Basil Queen of Sheba

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Romanesco Veronica

Almost too Beautiful to Eat . . . but so Delicious! Keeps its lime-green color even when cooked! 85 days. Have you tried Romanesco yet? Veronica is the finest variety we have seen, with very symmetrical, absolutely lovely lime-green heads topped by tightly-beaded, pointed domes. Excellent raw or cooked, it boasts a milder, sweeter flavor […]

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Tomato Better Boy Hybrid

Big Yields of Big tomato Fruits. Tomatoes weigh in at 10 ounces or more, crammed with flavor. 70 days from setting out transplants. Indeterminate. A trusted favorite for many years, Better Boy is a great performer with big hybrid-quality yields of succulent, juicy yet meaty tomatoes. A good all-around choice, the plants are resistant to […]

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Sunflower Sunspot

10-inch Blooms on Dwarf Plants–Just Right for Bed and Border! Plants reach just 2 1/2 feet tall! Here is a classic Sunflower, with big 10-inch nodding heads stuffed with seeds.It is perched atop erect, child-size bushes only 2 1/2 feet tall. The vibrant, golden-yellow petals surround golden-brown centers filled with seeds. Mature heads yield a […]

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Snapdragon Rocket White Hybrid

The Best Tall Snap for Home Gardens! Long White Plumes on Heat-Tolerant Plants! 2 1/2- to 3-foot plants are densely packed with thick bloom spikes. The unrivaled king of the Tall Snaps, Rocket boasts big, densely-packed plumes atop vigorous 2 1/2- to 3-foot plants, glowing with dazzling white flowers in cool, sunny weather. The more […]

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Park’s One-Step Seed Starter

Plant the Whole Disk in the Garden — No Root Disturbance! Start seeds in this expandable disk, then plant the whole unit into the garden. The roots grow right through the bottom and into the soil. These compressed peat disks are one of the best ways to start from seed and transplant safely into the […]

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Florist’s Poppy

Giant Seedpods Make Unforgettable Everlastings! Lavender blooms in spring are followed by giant purplish seedpods! The Everlasting that really earns its name, Florist’s Poppy lasts for many years in dried arrangements of all types. These large, purplish-gray seedpods are simply fascinating, both in color and shape, and add great contrast to any fresh or dried […]

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Petunia Tidal Wave Silver Hybrid

It’s a Hedge! It’s a Vine! It’s a Trailing Basket! This “hedgiflora” is versatile, immune to bad weather, and so lovely! Like the essence of moonlight, these silvery blooms with deep purple centers and wispy purple veining create a peaceful, elegant atmosphere in any setting. And “any setting” is just where you can grow them […]

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Caryopteris Sunshine Blue

A tremendous improvement over Caryopteris Worcester Blue in flower color, vigor, and bloom strength. There have been yellow-leafed Caryopterises before, but none with the garden vigor, flower power, and deep blue color of Sunshine Blue. The rich golden foliage, amethyst-blue blooms in tall spikes, and bushy, well-branched habit make Sunshine Blue the best way to […]

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Moss Rose Sundial Complete Hybrid Mix

Big Double Flowers in Every Vibrant Hue–Early to Bloom and So Weather-Tolerant! 2-inch blooms stay open longer in the day than other Portulacas! Create a hotbed of long-lasting, tropical color in hot, dry garden spots with Sundial Mix, one of the most vibrantly-hued collections of blooms you will ever see. These 2-inch flowers are fully […]

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Four-O’Clock Broken Colors

Splashy Tropical Colors Begin their Show as the Day Ends! Just the plant you need for evenings on the patio! This gorgeous Four O’Clock seems to plan its magnificent show around your schedule. Just as you arrive home from work, when everything else in the garden is furling shut, Broken Colors is opening its carnival […]

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Chaenarrhinum Summer Skies

A True-Blue Trailing Beauty — Rare but So Easy and Quick to Grow! Blooms the first year from seed! For something completely different and utterly beautiful, why not fill your hanging baskets and windowboxes with super-easy, long-blooming Summer Skies. This warm-climate perennial blooms the first year from seed, stands up nicely to heat, and loves […]

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Sunflower Large Flowered Mix

All the Jewel-Toned Gold, Red, and Bronze Blooms! Blooms are all 6 inches or more across, many with contrasting rings and all with large, prominent eyes. One of our personal favorites, this autumn-toned mix gives you all the rich shades of gold, red, and bronze you want, and the big blooms are magnificent for garden […]

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36-Cell Insert for Park’s Seed-Starting Tray

If you want to start big, healthy, well-branched seedlings with good root systems, rely on Park’s Seed-Starting Cell Inserts! This 36-unit insert gives every seedling maximum room for development before transplanting into the garden. They are economical and reusable, and are relied upon by professional growers for premium-quality plants.Made of black poly-plastic, each cell offers […]

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Perma-Nest Plant Trays

These are the sturdy, washable, endlessly re-usable seed starting trays professional growers use for healthy seedlings every time! Large enough to begin several dozen seedlings each, these Perma-Nest Trays never rot or rust. Best of all, they are steep-sided, so you can give your seedlings a chance to develop a good, healthy root system before […]

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Poppy Falling in Love

In Flanders Fields the Poppies Grow . . . Perfect for Cutting, and So Easy to Grow The exquisite red Flanders Poppy that symbolized the fallen soldiers of World War I can be yours in a bright, large-flowered mixture of semi and fully doubles! All shades of red — carmine, crimson, scarlet, rose — plus […]

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Beet Chioggia Guardsmark

Well, here’s a whole new look in beets . . . though itechnically it’s a very OLD look! (60 days. ) Chioggia is an heirloom beet from Italy, renowned for its unusual bullseye stripes of red and white as well as for its sweet, peppery flavor. Guardsmark builds on that heritage by adding modern vigor, […]

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Blue Stokes Aster

Grow the beloved Stokes’ Aster from seed for a fraction of the price you’d pay for plants! We’ve waited a long time to be able to offer the lovely Stokes’ Aster from seed! This bright blue flower with elegantly rayed petals is long-lasting in the garden or vase, and a great source of late summer […]

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Blanket Flower Commotion ‘Tizzy’

A remarkable new Blanket Flower destined to grace your best flowerpots and take center stage in the sunny perennial garden, ‘Tizzy’ is a multicolored masterpiece of fluted petals and bold, bright colors. Set to bloom over three seasons, it is an essential part of any flower lover’s garden. These blooms are like nothing else in […]

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Canna Tropical Red

Fiery Red Canna Blooms on Dwarf Plants! Tropical Canna foliage and huge 3 to 4-inch flowers! At last, oversized Canna blooms on undersized plants! Tropical Red has the same big, fiery-scarlet blooms found on Giant Cannas, but on a lush 2 1/2-foot plant compact enough to grow in a container! And it blooms in just […]

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Echinacea Razzmatazz

When I first saw this coneflower plant, I called it ‘the Holy Grail of the plant world’ and vowed to make it available to Wayside gardeners as soon as I could! Now, several years later, we’ve at last built up enough stock to offer Razzmatazz at a great price. Possibly the rarest new perennial and […]

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Corn Butterfruit Original Early

This Super Sweet Classic Matures Early and Abundantly! Short 5-foot plants allow closer spacing for heavier yields! 72 days. The first of the Butterfruit varieties, this corn made thousands of converts to this extra-sweet type! The short, 5-foot plants mature very early, bearing plenty of long, well-filled ears. The kernels are bright yellow and tightly-packed […]

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Our Best Cucumbers Collection

A $9.40 Value! Customer Favorites, Season after Season! Contains Cucumber Cool Breeze, Sweet Success, and Park’s All-Season Burpless. The 3 Cucumber varieties in this collection are our absolute top-sellers, the ones that gardeners ask for by name and write glowing letters about each summer. For the Cucumber crop of a lifetime, plant all 3 this […]

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Dahlia ‘Lilac Time’

Such a richly colored Formal Decorative dahlia, ‘Lilac Time’ regales you with 6- to 8-inch blooms over a long season. A pleasure in garden and vase, it is a thoroughly reliable, vigorous dahlia you will come to rely on for nonstop color.These blooms are pale lilac with a darker rose interior, hinting at watermelon-red and […]

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Helenium Goldfield

Here is one very heavy-blooming annual that needs no deadheading and always looks as though it just opened it first blooms! That’s because unlike other Heleniums, Goldfield sets its new bloomstems just above the older flowers on the plant, so the new blooms constantly cover up the old! What a neat trick — and especially […]

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Balloon Flower Komachi

Big Blue Balloon Flowers Keep Their Puffy Bud Form! Like umbrellas seen from above, these fascinating blooms are puffed up, evenly creased, and absolutely gorgeous. The most exotic Balloon Flower yet, Komachi resembles a mass of blue umbrellas seen from above, something like Renoir’s famous painting Les Parapluies. They look for all the world like […]

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Begonia BIG Red with Bronze Leaf Hybrid

It’s a whole new day for Begonia! Part Angel Wing, part Fibrous Begonia, the new BIG series is simply unique — it’s the quickest-blooming, largest, most vigorous Begonia the world has ever seen. And this splendid color (a fire-engine bright crimson-red) combines wonderfully with the large, elegant bronze foliage. If it’s time to update the […]

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Blanket Flower Ring of Fire

The Biggest Flowers (By Far!) of All! These 4-inch blooms keep coming from early summer into fall. A Park Exclusive! We are proud to announce the arrival of a new Gaillardia born and bred here at Park Seed — ‘Ring of Fire’ is the creation of our own Doc Alston, and it boasts the largest […]

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Canna Tropical Collection

All the Glorious Dwarf Tropicals, Perfect for Today’s Smaller Gardens! One packet each of red, rose, salmon, white, and yellow! Everyone’s favorite for garden-size Cannas that bloom in no time, the Tropical Series is now available in 5 separate colors — including crisp new white. All-America Selection winners for their compact size, large blooms, and […]

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Corn Mirai Collection

This fantastic newcomer is more tender, succulent, and super-sweet than any previous variety! In this economical collection, you get 1 packet of each for a total of 3. This collection is a $11.97 Value. Here’s more about each one: This collection is comprised of 3 components. Corn Bicolor Mirai 301BC 5538. Qty 1 Pkt Seeds. […]

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Cosmos Gazebo Mix

The Cosmos Gazebo series is the most exciting tall Cosmos to reach American gardens in recent years, and one glance at the blooms shows you why! This mix contains all 3 Cosmos Gazebo colors: clean white, bubblegum-pink, and deep crimson. Delightful in a mixed planting. Like all Cosmos, this charming variety thrives in the sunny […]

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Cucumber Pearl

These crisp, plump ice-green to pure white Cukes add gourmet appeal to any plate, but their best quality is invisible–superior flavor! Appearing on very vigorous vines with good resistance to downy mildew, the fruit is abundant and simply delectable. No special care needed to achieve that pearly-white gleam. Pkt is 10 seeds.

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Gloriosa Daisy Cherokee Sunset

Gloriosa Daisy Cherokee Sunset could make a Mum blush! These autumnal colors just radiate warmth, every petal-packed bloom a study in golden, orange, bronze, and mahogany! They bloom all summer, lasting even past their cousins Autumn Colors and Goldstrum strain to greet fall. Soaking up heat and indifferent to drought, this native annual keeps on […]

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Sweet Pea Streamer Chocolate

Unusual Color Combo on Big, Fragrant Blooms! Great for cutting! Oh, Sweet Pea lovers, our moment has arrived! Streamer is the most exciting thing to come along in this family in . . . well, certainly in my gardening lifetime! Not only are these flowers BIGGER, but they’re streaked with white for a showy look, […]

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Tomato Tumbling Tom

Tomato Tumbling Tom puts big handfuls of luscious Cherry tomatoes right at eye level! This lovely “edible ornamental” tomato is just perfect for hanging baskets, windowboxes, and tall containers where you want to show off the color and vigor of your favorite Tomato. This plant has a weeping habit, so it dangles about 2 feet […]

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Vinca Cora Lavender

A Breakthrough in Disease Resistance! No More “Sudden Death” Vincas! This new Vinca has been two decades in the making, the disease-fighting technology developed for it is so revolutionary that it’s actually being patented! Until now, Vinca has been prey to “sudden death” in humid, rainy, or very hot climates. Now the cure has been […]

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Dianthus ‘Ideal Violet’

There are only 5 All-America Selection Classics in the world, and we are proud to say that Dianthus Ideal Violet is one of them! Introduced in 1992 this dianthus was instantly recognized as a breeding breakthrough, and has never been bettered. This lovely variety was the first Dianthus ever to win the AAS Bedding Plant […]

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Summer Savory

Just One Plant Seasons Meat and Veggies All Summer Long! As fast as you pick these aromatic leaves, new ones begin to grow! Summer savory boasts a warming, peppery scent and taste. One of the essential ingredients in Herbs de Provence (along with rosemary, thyme, and oregano), summer savory is also wonderful alone to season […]

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Hosta American Crosses Mix

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Impatiens Sunny Lady Lavender Blue Hybrid

At Last, a Sun- and Heat-Tolerant Impatiens! Blooms from early summer right into fall! The Sunny Lady Hybrids open up a whole new world to gardeners — compact, very floriferous Impatiens that thrive in partial to full sun! These are the most heat-tolerant Impatiens ever grown (by far!), and are available only here at Park. […]

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Giant White Calla Lily

The Classic Calla! Velvety White Blooms 6 Inches Wide! Easy to grow and so long-lived. Complementing every color in the garden or reigning in solitary slendor as a houseplant, this beloved Calla is unforgettable. The huge 4- to 6-inch blooms of purest white open wide for greater color show, revealing the neat pastel-yellow spadix within. […]

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Marigold Tiger Eyes

Bright-Eyed Blooms are an Heirloom Treasure! The boldest bicolor yet! Why can’t all heirloom varieties be as easy to grow and drop-dead gorgeous as Tiger Eyes? This fabulous French Marigold surprises and delights with big, bold “eyes” of deepest red and brightest yellow all summer long — on nifty little plants just a foot high […]

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Morning Glory Tie Dye Blue

Every Bloom has a Unique Pattern! Giant lavender blooms 5 1/2 to 6 inches across are striped and streaked with deep purple! An exciting new twist on an old-fashioned favorite, Tie-Dye is a study in unique, distinctive patterning! Every lavender bloom on this easy, vigorous Morning Glory is differently striped, streaked, and overlaid in deep […]

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Pansy Ultima Morpho Hybrid

Here’s a Pansy that pays homage to its Viola roots! Pansy Ultima Morpho is as breathtaking as the rare butterfly for which it is named. This Pansy is worthy of your finest garden spot!Early to bloom and wonderfully floriferous, Pansy Ultima Morpho is equally adapted to spring and fall climates. Its watercolor-bright petals lift their […]

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Pea Green Arrow

Up to 11 Ultra-Sweet Peas in Every Plump Pod! The 4-inch pods arise plentifully on 24- to 28-inch plants. 70 days. You’ll enjoy big harvests from these vigorous 24- to 28-inch plants. Every pod — about 4 inches long and fresh, bright green — is stuffed with up to 11 delicious peas.Widely adapted, this plant […]

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Pepper Atris Hybrid

Giant, Super-Sweet Horns of Plenty! Winner of Britain’s Top Honor, the Award of Garden Merit 65 days. Indeterminate. Giant, packed with sweet flavor, and so lovely, these horn-shaped peppers measure 9 inches long, maturing from green to rich, glossy red on very heavy-yielding plants. Everything about Atris is satisfying and over-the-top delicious — no wonder […]

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Baptisia ‘Purple Smoke’

Such exotic color from a fuss-free native plant! You will love the gentle, cooling gray-and-purple bloomspikes in spring, and appreciate the rich blue-green foliage for months afterwards. Baptisia is famously adaptable, and ‘Purple Smoke’ goes well beyond the species, both in beauty and garden performance. From mid- to late spring, this 4-foot-tall, 3 1/2-foot-wide plant […]

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Butterfly Plant Collection

The butterflies will take up long-term residence in this accent planting, and their joy will be equaled by yours at the sight of these three lovely long-blooming perennials. All are easy to grow and so colorful over a summer-to-fall season. They combine beautifully, their differing forms — a groundcover, a spiky plant, and a shrub-like […]

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Vinca Pacifica Hybrid Mix

Unbeatable for Big, Early, Heat-Tolerant Color! Bushy 10- to 12-inch plants laugh at temperature extremes and flourish in poor soil! Such a trouble-free delight in the garden, this hale-and-hearty Vinca mix begins blooming extra-early with big flowers of many colors, then just keeps going despite extreme heat, poor soil, and just about any other obstacle […]

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Geranium Black Velvet Rose Hybrid

Stunning Chocolate Foliage and Soft Pink Blooms! A 2002 All America Selection! The Geranium garden just got a lot more exciting! This one-of-a-kind Pelargonium sports lobed, serrated leaves of nearly solid chocolate-brown, broken only by a crisp green edging. Lovely from the moment the foliage emerges in spring, in summer it becomes even more striking […]

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Greek Oregano

The Wild Spice of Ancient Greece! Wild Greek Oregano is much stronger than its more common cousin, for an explosion of flavor! Greek oregano is the true “wild oregano” found originally in Greece. With a stronger, more aromatic flavor and scent than regular oregano, it is one of the most important herbs of Italian, Greek […]

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Impatiens Accent Bright Eye Hybrid

10-inch impatiens plants are covered in blooms all season. This charming blush-pink bloom sports a cheery eye of deep rose, for a delightful effect in any setting from a mass planting to an overflowing tub or windowbox. Accent combines all the good qualities you expect from Impatiens: it’s stronger, earlier and longer to bloom, and […]

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Lavender ‘Munstead’

Lavender angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. And this ‘Munstead’ cultivar has a more compact habit and earlier blooming lavender flowers. Fresh flowers can be crystalized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and sachets; oils are used in […]

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Hardy Cyclamen Lily Pad Pink

Blooms Continuously from Late Winter through Mid-spring! Jaunty lavender-pink blooms above two-tone green foliage marked with silver! The jaunty blooms of this Hardy Cyclamen seem to arch above the wide, rounded heart-shaped foliage like tiny frogs jumping from one fat lily pad to the next. Unequaled for dainty flowers borne continuously from late winter through […]

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Marigold Janie Harmony

The Earliest and Most Floriferous French Marigold! Mahogany-and-orange marigold blooms keep coming through the summer heat! Neat in the heat, Marigold Janie Harmony Improved is both the earliest and most floriferous. French Marigold we know, earning our highest recommendation for garden performance and nonstop beauty. Beginning just 6 weeks after sowing and continuing all summer […]

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Okra Burgundy

Okra Burgundy

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Pansy Girlfriends Mix

Huge 4-inch Blooms on Low-Growing Plants! Blooms just 90 days after sowing! Quick, long-blooming, and very large-flowered, Girlfriends Mix is simply better than most other Pansies. Its huge 4-inch blooms sport warm shades of rose, peach, and pink, topping compact plants that put up with both unseasonable heat and cold. Each bloom lasts 2 weeks, […]

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Double Red Peony

If spring comes late to your garden, the Double Red Peony is an excellent choice. It delays its blooms until early summer in most climates, giving you a few extra weeks to chase away those last frosts and prepare for these glorious blooms.Double-flowered and packed with petals, the 4-inch blooms have a satiny look. They […]

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Pepper Marbles

A Rainbow of Bright, Marble-Size Peppers on Every Plant! This charming edible ornamental bears masses of bite-sized round peppers in cream, white, yellow, purple, orange, and red. 58 days. Looking for all the world like a bag of marbles had spilled across its topmost branches, this 12- to 14-inch plant produces multitudes of delectable, tiny […]

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Bugleweed ‘Black Scallop’

Simply the best Ajuga for midnight-dark foliage, rich blue blooms, and great adaptability to varying soils and moisture levels. Black Scallop is a stunning ground cover for the garden floor or container. Its foliage is oversized, its habit very low and mat-forming, and its maintenance low.Black Scallop offers large, scallop-shaped leaves of such a deep […]

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Colorful Carefree Coral Bells Collection

You will love the warm colors and nonstop spring-through-fall beauty of the 3 varieties in this collection! From their large, well-shaped foliage to their dangling bell-shaped blooms, these heuchera add interesting color and texture to the partly shaded border or container. And you can’t beat them for easiness — they put up with heat, humidity, […]

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Lilac Primrose

Handsome and compact, this shrub reaches just 10 feet tall (at most) and anywhere from 6 to 12 feet wide. Instead of big growth, it concentrates its energy on producing the stunning blooms. Space the shrubs 6 to 12 feet apart in an airy location with full sun and well-drained soil. A yearly top-dressing of mulch, preferably well-composted manure, is beneficial. Zones 3-7. One-quart container.

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Melampodium Derby

These 1-inch blooms just keep coming — and love to naturalize. (Syn. Leucanthemum paludosum) Melampodium is quickly becoming the summer annual of choice for gardeners who value its low-growing, neatly-rounded habit, effortless summer-long bloom, and versatility of use. Great for containers, edging, the front of the border, pattern plantings, and just about any other site in sunny soil, ‘Derby’ begins blooming less than 2 months after sowing and keeps going, right through the worst of the summer heat and humidity.

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Salad Burnet

Salad Burnet

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Lettuce Calmar

Lettuce Calmar

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Impatiens Accent Mystic Hybrid Mix

Impatiens Accent Mystic Hybrid Mix

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Lisianthus Sapphire Blue Chip

Lisianthus Sapphire Blue Chip

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Pot Marigold Citrus Smoothies

Pot Marigold Citrus Smoothies

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Okra Cajun Delight Hybrid

Outstanding Earliness — A Great Choice for the North! This AAS winner offers tender pods in great quantities! 52 days. Winner of a 1997 AAS award, Cajun Delight Hybrid is a great all-around performer, widely-adapted, heavy-yielding, and yummy. Outstanding earliness make it a great choice for those who like to begin the okra season a […]

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Pea Super Sugar Snap

Pea Super Sugar Snap

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Pepper Habanero

Pepper Habanero

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Pepper Sweet Spot Hybrid X3R

Pepper Sweet Spot Hybrid X3R

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Zinnia Profusion Coral Pink

Zinnia Profusion Coral Pink

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Oro Blanco Grapefruit Tree

Sweeter than most grapefruit and ideal for juicing, ‘Oro Blanco’ produces fragrant flowers and arrives ready for planting.

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Washington Navel Orange Tree

Deliciously sweet and easy to peel, the washington navel orange produces fruit with few seeds. Enjoy California’s famous winter-ripening variety indoors in winter, and on the patio all summer long.

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Bearss Seedless Lime Tree

The nearly-thornless trees grow vigorously to a medium-large size with a spreading form and have white blossoms. Persian lime trees are more cold-hardy than Mexican lime trees and should do well in areas where lemons are successfully grown. To date, all Persian lime trees are known to carry wood pocket, which can cause serious deterioration of the trees.

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Lilac Syringa Meyeri

Syringa meyeri is laden with enormous quantities of fragrant, pink-tinted lavender panicles in early summer. This beauty is a true sun worshiper, preferring full sun, but will flower well in light shade.

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Syringa ‘President Lincoln’

Syringa vulgaris President Lincoln is bestowed with long, open, pyramidal clusters of single flowers of purest Wedgwood blue. A rare color in Lilacs, these magnificent flowers are the nearest to a true blue of any variety known.

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Lilac Syringa Krasavitsa Moskvy

Krasavitsa Moskvy (Beauty of Moscow) is weather resistant, extremely hardy, and has a long blooming period. The unusually large double flowers of this hybrid Lilac resemble pink pearls in bud, but open to pure white. The striking combination of buds and flowers creates a beautiful bicolor effect.

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Lilac Syringa vulgaris ‘Adelaide Dunbar’

A gardeners’ favorite ever since its 1916 introduction, ‘Adelaide Dunbar’ is the Lilac no true lover of this species can be without. Boasting big double flowers of richest purple held along tightly-packed trusses, it also boasts spring foliage of bright maroon and one of the most intense and sweet scents in the Lilac family.

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Syringa Miss Kim Lilac

This late blooming lilac features single, pale lavender flowers that are rich with perfume. Leaves are glossy green in summer, then turn a burgundy red in fall. Miss Kim Lilac can survive winter temperatures of -40F

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Philadelphus ‘Virginal’

The orange-brown bark peels attractively in winter, providing another season of interest. One of the easiest and most beautiful sources of fragrant summer blooms and attractive winter color is the beloved Mockorange tree. This small, elegant tree keeps the color coming all summer, and each bloom is heavily perfumed with the irresistible scent of orange […]

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Calla Lily Black Pearl

This midnight Calla produces waxy flowers — 4 to 5 inches across — and delicately outlined in jewel-toned maroon. This silky midnight Calla is the result of many years of Dutch breeding, and you will be amazed at the impact it creates in garden or vase. Thriving in sun to part shade, ‘Black Pearl’ offers […]

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Iris Ensata ‘Azuma Kagami’

Every Bloom an Intricate Master piece Perfect for cutting, and they increase every year on carefree plants. We can imagine no reason NOT to add this sterling Japanese Iris to your garden at once. Boasting the most beautiful play of color ever seen in the family, the blooms are quite large and held out wide, […]

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Siberian Iris Ballerina Dance

Big blooms on petite plants! The showiest Siberian Iris to come along in quite a while, Dance Ballerina Dance is the perfect complement to the whites, yellows, and blues of your Iris planting! Just 2 feet tall, it sets large, elegantly-formed blooms, and like all Siberians, thrives in moist soil that other plants can’t tolerate!These […]

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Raspberry Heritage

A great choice for lengthening your harvest! ‘Heritage’ is a classic name in raspberries, a red variety with sweet flavor and great holding ability on the vine. Unlike some varieties, ‘Heritage’ won’t fall to pieces if you delay picking the ripe fruit a day or two; it stays firm, juicy, and super-flavorful. Plants are very […]

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Vitis ‘Glenora’

This is a dessert grape — large, seedless, extra-juicy, and blue-black. If you’ve been thinking about introducing a grape arbor into your garden design, I’ve got a gourmet dessert variety that will not only delight your palate, but also simplify your gardening. ‘Glenora’ is a vigorous, highly productive, disease-resistant grape that looks as good as […]

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Cydonia Oblonga ‘Aromatnaya’

Delicious Treat Straight From the Tree. Though you may enjoy it raw, this Russian Quince is at its best in jams and baked goods. Cydonia oblonga Russian Quince is easy to cultivate and exceptional in flower and fruit. This small tree from Russia deserves much wider visibility in U.S. gardens. Large white blooms in spring […]

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Citrus kumquat Nagami

Hardy only in zones 9-10, but so easy to grow in pots everywhere else! Who would guess that this modest little fruit tree has the ability to transform your patio into a fragrant, colorful oasis — or perfume your home deliciously year-round? Ideal for container growth everywhere in the U.S., Nagami is the ultimate potted […]

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Persea ‘Don Gillogly’

“Annually produces two crops of soft, black-skinned avocados with a rich flavor! Enjoy luscious tropical fruit year-round in your living room from this vigorous, evergreen dwarf! Fast-growing and pest-free, this Mexican native produces two crops a year of soft, black-skinned avocados with a flavor so rich you need nothing else for a scrumptious guacamole!Self-pollination follows […]

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Malus Red Fuji

Plant with Apple Honeycrisp for a heavy, delicious crop! If you’ve never tasted a Fuji Apple straight from the tree, you don’t know what you’ve been missing! This Japanese Apple is quickly becoming the most popular in the U.S., and once you grow this vigorous, productive little tree, you’ll see why. Not only is the […]

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Malus Honeycrisp

Large, sweet apples stay crisp even after 5 months or more in storage! Honeycrisp bears loads of apples with the most crispy, crunchy texture we’ve ever encountered and are fast becoming one of America’s favorite apples. The large, 3-inch (or more!) fruits display a lovely scarlet red mottling over a deep yellow background, and their […]

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Magnolia Sieboldii

Spectacular white flowers sport prominent rose-crimson boss for a highly desirable ornamental effect. Spectacular white flowers in late spring have made this rare Japanese native one of the most sought-after of all Magnolias. Each sparkling flower is charmingly pendulous and intensely fragrant, with a prominent rose-crimson central boss that matures into an attractive pink seed […]

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Magnolia Leonard Messel

One of the most desirable of the hybrid Magnolias! One of the most desirable hybrid Magnolias, especially for the small garden, due to its controlled yet vigorous growth, Leonard Messel is a multiple award-winning Magnolia. This chance seedling forms a multi-stemmed, densely branched small tree that grows in a rather upright habit, blooming profusely in […]

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Magnolia Jane

This very late bloomer reblooms all summer and even into fall! A showstopper in any setting, this Magnolia causes visitors to stop in their tracks and exclaim, “That can’t be a Magnolia, can it?!”. ‘Jane’ is not only a Magnolia, but one that has been around — though very difficult to find — for half […]

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Zinnia Park’s Picks Deep Red

The Best of the Brightest! Huge, Deep Red Blooms All Summer Long! 4 to 5 inches across and fully double, this is the finest large-flowered Zinnia we know! The brightest and best large-flowered, deep red Zinnia we know for the garden, bar none! Meteor offers stunning Dahlia-flowered blooms at the end of very long, strong […]

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Acer Palmatum ‘Shishigashira’

Strong Architectural Presence and Glowing Autumn Color The famous Lion’s Head Maple holds its foliage in interesting tufts. Sometimes called Lion’s Head Maple or ‘Mejishi’, ‘Shishigashira’ is an unusual, bold addition to a garden indeed! Its deeply curled and crinkled bright green leaves are held in close-knit bunches, adding to the interesting architectural shape of […]

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Acer Palmatum ‘Sango Kaku’

Foliage emerges light green in growing season then erupts into bright yellow in Autumn. The color finale brightens your winter landscape with incredible coral-colored twigs. Also known as a ‘Sen kaki,’ the famous Coral Bark Maple displays a sensational coral tone on its twigs in winter, making a fabulous display in an otherwise subdued landscape. […]

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Acer ‘Emerald Lace’

Foliage emerges chartreuse in spring, turns deep green for summer, then turns bright burgundy-red in fall! If you’ve tried growing very finely-cut-leafed Japanese Maples before, chances are you’ve not been impressed. I know We’ve never been satisfied with their garden performance — which is why Emerald Lace is such a welcome introduction. Not only is […]

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Acer Japonicum var. ‘Aureum’

Highly prized and hard to find form of the species. Spring foliage is a distinctive yellow-green that darkens in summer, with a spectacular blend of orange and red fall foliage occasionally suffused with purple. In summer, bright red fruit often peeks from under dense leaves. Compact of habit, bushy, and freely branched, slowly attaining a […]

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Acer Autumn Moon

You simply won’t believe the beauty of the ever-changing leaves on this stunning, super-vigorous new Full Moon Japanese Maple! Autumn Moon is not only the most colorful variety yet, but it thrives even in southern climates! Just listen to what the foliage does from spring through fall: the new leaves emerge a deep bronze-infused burgundy […]

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Acer Palmatum ‘Shaina’

Incredible, eye-catching red foliage all summer turning beautiful crimson-red in fall. Unusual dwarf, bushy, tufted habit and spectacular foliage! Originally discovered as a witch’s broom mutation on the popular Japanese Maple ‘Bloodgood’, the leaves of ‘Shaina’ are the same dark red all summer, but are clumped in masses for a lovely tufted look. When fall […]

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Acer Palmatum ‘Tamukeyama’

New Color for Each Season. This tree has been known to live for a century or more! ‘Tamukeyama’ is an elegant and strong red-leaf Maple, cultivated in its native Japan for nearly 300 years. Beloved and well-tended specimens have been known to live for a century, so this delightful tree represents a landscape legacy that […]

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Japanese Maple Tsumagaki

Each leaf of this rare Japanese maple unfurls a bright chartreuse with red edging. Acer Tsumigaki is an extremely choice subject for the woodland garden. Extremely Rare and Choice. Words nearly failed our Director of Horticulture when he saw this new Japanese Maple. “Unique! Delightful! Beautiful! Stunning!” he exclaimed, and you will, too, when you […]

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Acer Palmatum ‘Butterfly’

The splendid foliage on this small tree is prized for two reasons: not only does it change color, as Japanese Maples are renowned for doing, but the individual leaves are of different shapes and sizes! A truly remarkable tree for large containers or garden accents, ‘Butterfly’ is a treasure.The leaves are deeply lobed and notched, […]

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Japanese Maple Corallinum

The foliage changes and semi-dwarf habit make this one of the most beloved of all Japanese maples! There’s an old saying about the weather here in Texas — if you don’t like it, just wait 5 minutes and it’ll change! Well, that’s about the case with Corallinum, too! The leaves change more frequently than the […]

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Acer ‘Carnival’

Spring foliage sports pink and white accents, while fall is a blaze of yellow! This hedge or foundation-sized gem is an ever-changing color display from spring through fall, with a nice upright form that lends itself to pruning into desired shape. If you like your Maple leaves colorful, Carnival is the Netherlands’s answer to the […]

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Acer ‘Pacific Fire’

Two Shades of Red Each Year! Pacific Fire is a slow-growing, upright Vine Maple with petite leaves so variously colored and marked that you’ll want to plant it in a conspicuous place to observe the almost weekly changes. Spring brings new foliage of brilliant strawberry-pink, unfurling all over this well-branched, charming little tree. Just 2 […]

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Lilium ‘Casa Blanca’ – Classic Easter Lily

The Classic Easter Lily, with Enormous, Fragrant 10-inch Blooms! Is there any more beautiful, magnificently fragrant white Lily than Casa Blanca, the classic Easter Lily? If so, we can’t imagine how it could improve on the clean lines, pure white color, and sweet aroma of this long-time favorite. Fully 10 inches across, these wide-open lilies […]

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Lilium ‘Black Beauty’

The First Orienpet, Parent of Them All! Bred half a century ago by Leslie Woodriff, this is the original Orienpet Lily, combining the best of Oriental and trumpet lilies into one delightful plant. If only other flowers possessed a tenth of this exciting Lily’s drama and color depth, what stunning places our gardens would be! […]

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Helleborus ‘Royal Heritage Strain’ Lenten Rose

Simply the Best Perennial for Your Shade Garden Blooming for up to 5 months, this variety is widely adaptable from north to south and is very resistant to deer, rabbit, and voles. After 50 years of dedicated English breeding and 10 years of collection and ongoing selection, we proudly offer our patrons the very finest […]

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Echinacea ‘Katie Saul’ Summer Sky Coneflower

The First-Ever Bicolor Echinacea Coneflower! Plant Patent #18,783. cv: ‘Katie Saul.’ Here it is at last — the first bicolor Echinacea the world has ever seen! Each petal on these large 5-inch blooms shades from deep rosy-pink at the base through coral, orange, and finally gold at the tips. And as if this weren’t enough,  […]

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Heuchera Caramel

Much less temperamental than other Heucheras, this unusual species is rugged and eager to please! The most beautiful Heuchera yet is also one of the very best for your garden, especially if you live in a hot, humid climate. Caramel is much more heat- and humidity-tolerant than other Heucheras, and its vigorous growth of honey-apricot […]

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Clematis Huvi

An Estonian Clematis with Huge, Bright Blooms. Bred in the icy regions of eastern Europe, it’s hardy through zone 3 in the north. Bred on Roogoja Farm (along the 58th Parallel) by the late Mr. Uno Kivistik, Huvi™ demonstrates all the merits that have made the Kivistiks some of the best Clematis available in the […]

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Clematis Rosemoor

Flowers on both old and new wood, giving you the longest bloomtime of just about any Clematis! Rosemoor is an absolutely stunning new Clematis with the longest bloomtime We’ve ever seen, PLUS giant flowers in a particularly rich shade of reddish-purple. If there is a showier or more exciting Clematis in the world today, I […]

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Convallaria Majalis Rosea

Greet spring with cheery clusters of soft pink bells! Few sights can equal an early-spring display of cheery pink bells, wonderfully fragrant and so colorful in the drab end-of-winter landscape. Gardeners have longed for this bright companion to the taller white Lily-of-the-Valley, but until now, the plants have been difficult to find and quite expensive. […]

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Daisy Highland White Dream

Daisy Highland White Dream Exceptionally long-lasting, hardy, and floriferous Shasta Daisy. Every garden needs one plant that blooms its head off for months and months, with minimal attention from you. Every garden also needs a showpiece flower, easy to grow but fabulous and exotic in the vase. And when you can get both of these […]

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Daisy ‘Sante’

The Best Shasta for Cut Flowers. These double blooms are petal-packed for a frizzy, frilly look. Daisy ‘Sante’ is the best Shasta we have ever seen for cut flowers. The stems are exceptionally thick and sturdy, providing a few extra days of color and excellent support in the vase. The flowers are large, fully double, […]

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Daisy Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Shasta Daisy ‘Snowcap’ Long-lasting,4-inch flowers are markedly weather-resistant and are produced during midsummer on neat, mounded 12- to 18-inch plants with healthy foliage. One of the best cultivars in years. Qty 1 3-inch Pot. Zones 4 – 9. Daisy ‘Sante’ The best for cutflowers. Frizzy, frilly, fully double […]

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Daisies ‘Snowcap’

Excels as an edging or in a mass planting and is adaptable to smaller gardens and restricted spaces! Specially selected by us and vegetatively propagated for uniform dwarf height and consistently large blooms, unlike unpredictable seedlings. Its dwarf, prolific flowering habit makes ‘Snowcap’ especially adaptable to smaller gardens and restricted spaces, where it excels for […]

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Shasta Daisy ‘Goldrausch’

Enormous Blooms on Petite PlantsPerfect for cutting or garden enjoyment. A wonderfully flamboyant Shasta Daisy, this European native boasts huge 3 1/2-inch semi-double blooms on plants that are scarcely a foot tall and wide. Ideal for cutting, they arise profusely all summer, making ‘Goldrausch’ a standout in garden or container. These blooms may remind you […]

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Daisies ‘James Kelway’

Velvety Scarlet-and-Gold Daisies Bloom in Spring and Summer. A carefree delight for two seasons of glorious color, no Painted Daisy can rival the sheer brilliance of ‘James Kelway’s’ scarlet and golden blooms. The big, 3-inch daisies pop up all over bushy, dense plants over a very long late spring to early summer season. The long, […]

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Amaryllis Stars and Stripes

Compact and Cheery. Big, fully formed double blooms on low-growing, sturdy plants. Here’s a color combination you don’t see everyday — bright orange-red blooms generously striped with white! With stems just 13 1/2 inches high, this South African Amaryllis almost qualifies as a miniature, making the 7-inch blooms look even larger! Stars and Stripes® is […]

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Nagami Kumquat

Who would guess that this modest little fruit tree has the ability to transform your patio into a fragrant, colorful oasis — or perfume your home deliciously year-round? Ideal for container growth everywhere in the U.S., Nagami is the ultimate potted fruit tree — easy to grow, evergreen, fragrant, and heavy-bearing! The small, oval leaves […]

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Amaryllis Jade Serpent

Not only does this Amaryllis produce its blooms faster than most traditional Amaryllis, but it looks nothing like the traditional Amaryllis either! Jade Serpent® is an Amaryllis-lover’s delight, offering up several soft green, 3-inch blooms on stems that reach 10 inches in height. Each bloom is a fascinating sight, presenting a cool, rarely seen color in Amaryllis, and they last for weeks! Jade Serpent® is ready to bloom in 34 days after planting and produces 7 to 8 blooms per plant.

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Citrus Lemon Meyer Improved

Compact enough for container growth indoors or out! Grow lemons on the patio and enjoy the sight and scent of indoor winter blooms with this container-sized Lemon tree! Compact enough even for urban balconies and limited-space gardens, Meyer Improved will begin bearing large, juicy, thick-skinned fruit at an early age and just keep producing!Even if […]

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Clematis Silmakivi

An Estonian Clematis Hardy through Zone 2 Exceptionally long-blooming. Bred on Roogoja Farm (along the 58th Parallel) by the late Mr. Uno Kivistik, Silmakivi™ demonstrates all the merits that have made the Kivistiks some of the best Clematis available in the world today: Early flowering, from a young age Compact growth habit Very heavy bud […]

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Clematis Terniflora

Beginning in later summer and lasting into fall, thousands of small, 1-inch white blooms appear on this vine, richly scenting the air. The star-shaped blooms are followed by silver-sheened seedheads that make lovely winter arrangements. Give this eager-to-grow vine a sturdy support, such as a strong fence, wall, or even a low building, and watch it spread.

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Clematis Pistachio

Long-lasting Flowers Mature from Cream to Pale Green at Summer’s End. 4 inches across and superb for cutting, these flowers are utterly unique in the Clematis family. Plant Patent #15,093. Cultivar: ‘EVErida’. Long-season color has never been so distinctive. This new cultivar from Raymond Evison — the king of Clematarians — is all the rage […]

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Clematis ‘Silver Moon’

Performs Beautifully in Sun or Shade. Clematis Silver Moon has a mother-of-pearl coloration with large flowers highlighted by yellow stamens that requires little or no pruning. An outstanding performer even in sunless areas, unlike other members of the genus. In fact, shade helps develop its unique mother-of-pearl coloration to perfection. Profusely borne from June through […]

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Variegated Eureka Pink Lemon Tree

Variegated Pink-fleshed Eureka lemon is sometimes sold under the name Pink Lemonade and is a sport of the conventional Eureka lemon. It originated in a home garden in Burbank, California in 1931. Characteristics: The leaves are variegated green and white, making the tree quite ornamental, and the tree grows a little less vigorously than a […]

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Citrus Variegated Eureka Lemon

You simply won’t believe how beautiful this Lemon tree is, from its variegated leaves to its ultra-fragrant white blossoms to its striped fruit! The ultimate ornamental edible, this little tree is about the most exciting thing to happen to Lemons since meringue! There has never been a Lemon like Variegated Eureka. In spring, the leaves […]

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Blanket Flower Oranges & Lemons

Camellia Ice Angels April Remembered

The Last Camellia to Bloom — in Mid-Spring! 4 inches wide and suffused with soft colors, these blooms are breathtaking.

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Camellia Ice Angels Survivor

The Cold-Hardiest, it Flourishes in -9 Degrees F! Blooms heavily from late autumn through early winter.

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Camellia Ice Angels Winter’s Fire

The Biggest and Longest-Lasting Blooms! These flowers reach an amazing 4 1/2 inches wide!

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Camellia Yuletide

Holiday Cheer from a Long-Blooming Favorite! Flowers from October through January in most climates!

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Camellia Ice Angels Winter’s Snowman

The “Telephone Pole” Camellia! Bred by the U.S. National Arboretum, it’s certain to become a classic!

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Camellia Nuccio’s Pearl

Blushing Winter Blooms! Ideal for cutting!

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Magnolia X Soulangiana Rustica Rubra

Introduced in the 19th century at Boskoop and never bettered! Enrich your garden with this beloved Saucer Magnolia, introduced more than 100 years ago at Boskoop, Holland, and still a favorite among gardeners everywhere. In early spring, giant dark red buds arise before the foliage, bursting into huge, goblet-shaped blooms of bright pink that lighten […]

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Magnolia ‘Royal Star’

The Most Floriferous Star Magnolia! The blooms arise before the foliage on this well-branched tree. The most floriferous Star Magnolia of all, Royal Star sets huge pink buds in early to mid-spring. These open to fully double, petal-packed white blossoms so fragrant you will smell them in your dreams. the 3- to 4-inch blooms simply […]

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Lilium Nepalense

Perfect for the Dry Shade Beneath Trees This Himalayan native thrives in dappled to half shade. Hard to find and very elegant, the Nepal Lily is a standout in the partly shaded border. So compact it never needs staking, it blooms lavishly in early and midsummer. And it is so adaptable that it even tolerates […]

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Lilium Pardalinum

Native to moist meadows and watersides in Oregon and California. Very difficult to find but quite easy to grow, the Panther Lily is one of the finest native American bulbs, free-blooming and magnificent. It sets deeply recurved blooms (Turk’s Caps) of bright red, burnt-orange, and rich golden, all set with large maroon spots and a […]

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Lilium ‘Robert Swanson’

Exquisite Color on Extra-Large Blooms Lightly fragrant, it is a good choice for those who find the heavy musk of most Orienpets overpowering indoors. Among the most beautiful of all the Orienpets, ‘Robert Swanson’ can be difficult to locate but is highly rewarding to grow. These large 6 1/2-inch blooms offer some of the most […]

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Lilium ‘Scheherazade’

Fantastic Color Combination on a REBLOOMING Lily! This new Orienpet combines the best of the Oriental and Trumpet hybrids! Just as Queen Scheherazade kept the king enthralled with cliff-hanging tales of adventure that never quite ended, so does this new Lily return day after day, week after week with fresh blooms to carry vigor, and […]

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Lilium ‘Regale’

The Original Trumpet, Parent of the Entire Family Created a huge sensation when introduced in England in 1903. Every garden deserves the Regal Lily, parent of all the modern Trumpet hybrids but never improved upon in beauty or fragrance. These giant 5 1/2-inch trumpets open from long, purple-and-white striped buds to reveal a gleaming white-and-yellow […]

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Lilium Oriental Mix

Superb Fragrance and Exotic, Orchid-Like Beauty! Delightfully colored flowers can measure up to a foot across. Oriental Lily Mix offers enormous, elegant blossoms in rose, white, and pink often delightfully spotted and can measure as much as a foot across. And the sweet fragrance of a single blossom can fill a room!Our collection, contains hardy, […]

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Lilium ‘White Lace’

Unique Lacy Rose Patterning! Bred from a rare Chinese species and tough-as-nails Asiatic hybrids! Just when you think you’ve seen it all in Lilies, some new delight arises to capture your fancy. White Lace is such a treasure, with a light fragrance that makes itself known without knocking you over, an early summer bloomtime, and […]

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Lilium Elite Asiatic Hybrid Mix

5-inch Asiatic Lilies in Every Pastel and Warm Color on Compact Plants! Rich hues of red, orange, yellow, peach, cream, and white–many freckled or shaded! Boasting all the mellow pastels and warm tones for which they are beloved, the Asiatic Lilies in our exclusive collection are the work of America’s foremost Lily hybridizer.A full 4 […]

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Lilium ‘Silk Road’

An “”Orienpet”” Lily — part Oriental, part Trumpet, all big bloom and bigger scent! A single bloom of this magnificent new creation perfumes the entire home or garden, yet each stalk bears enormous flowerheads with new buds that open when the old flowers pass! Such a show of color and fragrance is almost an embarrassment […]

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Speckled Lily Collection (3 bulbs)

Dependable and spectacular, year after year! Collection includes 1 bulb each of Lilium ‘Flore Pleno’, Lilium ‘White Lace’, and Lilium pardalinum. Bring the magic of Lilies to your summer garden with these extremely popular but often hard-to-find varieties. Sporting gorgeous blooms spotted and flecked with fascinating speckles, these vigorous selections are ready to thrive in […]

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Speckled Lily Collection (9 bulbs)

Dependable and spectacular, year after year! Collection includes 3 bulbs each of Lilium ‘Flore Pleno’, Lilium ‘White Lace’, and Lilium pardalinum. Bring the magic of Lilies to your summer garden with these extremely popular but often hard-to-find varieties. Sporting gorgeous blooms spotted and flecked with fascinating speckles, these vigorous selections are ready to thrive in […]

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Oriental Lily Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Lilium ‘Robert Swanson’ – Regal 6 1/2-inch semi-trumpet blooms open to reveal bronzy-red petals surrounded by a peachy-gold edge on this lovely Orienpet. Introduced by Griesbach in 2002, this lightly fragrant cultivar offers rich, strong color for garden or vase on plants 44 inches high, 18 to 24 […]

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Lily of the Nile ‘Storm Cloud’

Up to 10 inches across! Agapanthus Storm Cloud is a dazzling South African hybrid boasting huge (8- to 10-inch) globes of trumpet-shaped, cobalt blue flowers atop 3- to 4-foot stems. The strap-like leaves reach 24 to 30 inches across and 18 to 24 inches long. A dramatic midsummer bloomer for the border or large containers. […]

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Lily of the Nile ‘Back in Black’

7 years of trialing have gone into this fine cultivar. A bold new look for Agapanthus! ‘Back in Black’ sets its deep blue blooms on long, sturdy stems of gleaming ebony-black, standing out dramatically in the mid- to late summer garden. And as if that weren’t enough, after the blooms have passed, this plant offers […]

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Lilac Syringa ‘Josee’

A Reblooming Dwarf, Hardy into the South! Never more than 6 feet high and wide, it’s perfect for today’s smaller gardens! Lilac blossoms in August It could happen with this reblooming wonder. Josee is a dwarf Lilac with a flower-happy nature that just doesn’t quit. Very resistant to mildew, it thrives even in the sultry […]

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Lilac Syringa Blue Skies

The Best for Warm and Humid Climates! More vigorous and mildew-resistant than others! This California introduction has proven to be a superb performer in southern and southwestern gardens, very disease-resistant and tolerant of both heat and humidity. More vigorous and rapid-growing than most Lilacs, it is also highly resistant to mildew. If you’ve had no […]

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Lilac Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components. Syringa ‘Lavender Lady’ – One of the finest for warm climates, this very heavy bloomer doesn’t need the chill requirement of most others, so it flowers reliably all the way through zone 8. The blooms are spectacular, too, a rich medley of lilacs, lavenders, and blues on fat […]

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Syringa Lavender Lady

This Lilac doesn’t need cold winters to bestow its abundance of beautiful flowers Syringa vulgaris Lavender Lady blooms profusely in all parts of the country, even without undergoing the long, cold winters usually necessary to stimulate flower production in Lilacs. The highly fragrant, lavishly produced flower spikes of lavender are beautifully set off by rich […]

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Lavandula ‘Hidcote Blue’

The Richest, Deepest Purple Blooms! Never spreads more than 18 inches wide! Lavender angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. And this ‘Hidcote Blue’ cultivar has a more erect, compact habit and darker flowers, so it’s perfect for hedges. Fresh flowers can be crystalized and […]

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Acer palmatum ‘Beni Schichihenge’

No Leaf Scorch Here – Its Variegation is Superbly Uniform and Stable! Perfect for containers. Few Japanese Maples can boast a spring foliage display as impressive as their fall color, but ‘Beni Schichihenge’ is a wonderful exception. Its new leaves uncurl from crimson stems that keep their color all the way through summer and fall. […]

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Acer palmatum ‘Twombley’s Red Sentinel’

This Tree is Red — YEAR-ROUND Winter interest is provided by the branches and stems turning a deep, attractive maroon-red. This exciting new introduction from Ken Twombley of Connecticut has done what no Japanese Maple could do before: provide true four-season interest through its year-round red coloring. –No, it’s not evergreen. (That WOULD be amazing!) […]

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Acer Orangeola

Cascading Falls of Changing Color! Foliage turns from bright orange, to orange-green, to brilliant red! This distinctive cascading Japanese Maple changes color three times a year! Its finely-cut dissected foliage emerges in brilliant tangerine shades, then transforms to a two-tone green with an overlay of gold-orange tones in summer, and finally culminates in a fiery […]

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Acer palmatum ‘Ukigumo’

Acer palmatum ‘Ukigumo’: Horizontally branched. The beloved Floating Cloud Maple is a strong and graceful dwarf tree displaying all the beautiful color changes for which variegated-leaved Japanese Maples are celebrated. It tolerates reasonable levels of sunlight without danger of leaf burn, demonstrates a fine horizontally branched habit, and displays three seasons of changing foliage every […]

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Acer Japonicum ‘Aconitifolium’

The fern-like foliage is bright green until autumn, when it turns crimson, red, and orange. Every garden deserves the beauty of a Full Moon Maple, but not all gardeners are lucky enough to have the space or live within the hardiness range of this fine tree. ‘Aconitifolium’ resolves these problems, however, by offering a dwarf […]

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Acer palmatum Orido-Nishiki

From green-and-pink to pure white, the new foliage on this Maple surprises and delights . . . not to mention the new pink-tinged stems and bark. All Japanese Maples are colorful, of course, but Orido-Nishiki takes the rainbow to new heights with stunning tri-colored spring foliage (coupled with pink-striped stems and bark!) that lasts through […]

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Reblooming Iris Collection

One of the most dependable rebloomers, this 1985 Zurbrigg introduction sets masses of rosy-pink blooms, lightly fragrant, heavily ruffled, and starred with an orange-pink beard. The heaviest flush is in late spring, with a very reliable encore at season’s end on plants reaching 30 to 36 inches tall, 18 to 24 inches wide.

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Water-Loving Iris Collection

Magnificent blooms in two shades of red top these super-hardy native plants for many weeks in summer. The upper petals (standards) and a brilliant watermelon-red, while the lower petals (falls) are a deeper rose-red with a prominent yellow stroke. Perfect for poorly-drained garden spots and unbeatable along the banks of a pond or other water source, this plant is utterly carefree and prepared to multiply wonderfully! Give it full sun in the north, afternoon shade farther south. 36 inches high. Zones 3-9. Qty 1 Bareroot. Zones 3 – 9.

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Hydrangea White Dome

Giant Clouds of Lacy White This native species is very low maintenance and untroubled by pests and diseases. These fuzzy, lacy flowers have been described as having a vintage look, but this shrub’s bloom strength and vigor are pure modern. A cultivar of our native H. arborescens, White Dome (also known as Hills of Snow) […]

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Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Sikes Dwarf’

Dwarf Shrub with Foot-Long Blooms Blooms right down to the ground. Pack a tremendous amount of three-season color (and interesting winter texture) into a very small space with this compact, well-branched, heavy-blooming dwarf Oakleaf Hydrangea. Offering full-sized blooms that turn from lime-green to ivory-white and finally antique pink, this shrub is a summer standout. But […]

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Hydrangea paniculata Pinky Winky

A commanding presence in the summer and fall garden, Pinky Winky is a exceptional new cold-hardy Hydrangea paniculata bearing whopping two-toned white and pink flowers! The 12- to 16-inch long flower heads emerge white, deepening to pink as they age, giving it a pink to white gradient effect from the bottom up.

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Hydrangea Quick Fire

Blooms a MONTH EARLIER than other Paniculatas! Flowers begin in early summer and continue through mid-fall. Hydrangea paniculata that blooms at the same time as the H. macrophyllas, Quick Fire is a gardener’s dream come true. This very vigorous, lovely shrub sets masses of white-to-rosy-pink flowers at the first breath of hot weather, and continues […]

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Dwarf Hydrangea Collection

Compact and Colorful Contains Cityline Berlin, Cityline Paris, and Cityline Venice.

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Classic Hydrangea Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Hydrangea ‘Kardinal’ – The most colorful Hydrangea yet, with large 6-inch flowerheads combining deep lavender-blue and bright rosy-pink on super-floriferous plants. The flowers arise in midsummer on compact shrubs just 3 to 4 feet tall and 4 feet wide. It’s exceptionally heat- and humidity-tolerant, too, so expect it […]

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Hydrangea Little Honey

The Showiest Oakleaf Yet! Golden spring leaves, white blooms, scarlet fall foliage, and even bright red stems — what DOESNT Little Honey have? The most beautiful and distinctive Oakleaf Hydrangea Ive ever had the pleasure of seeing, Little Honey adds a whole new look to this family of multi-season shrubs. A sport of the popular […]

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Hydrangea Quercifolia ‘Pee Wee’

Pee Wee provides the same four-season appeal and lavish flower production as Snow Queen in less than half the space. The bold foliage of this dwarf four-season shrub provides drama in spring and summer before turning a magnificent chocolate-burgundy in fall. The huge, elongated panicles of white flowers, which mature to pale pink, put on […]

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Hydrangea ‘Penny Mac’

A Repeat-Blooming Hydrangea! 7-inch flowerheads in early summer and again in fall! At last, a Hydrangea for the far north, where late frosts kill off the buds of other varieties. ‘Penny Mac’ reblooms heavily in fall on new wood, so even if you miss the first flush, great color awaits you in the shady garden! […]

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Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Masja’

Large, Richly Colored Blooms Make a Big Impact on a Compact Shrub! This undemanding beauty adapts beautifully to small gardens and containers! This sport of the famous Alphengluhen makes a big impact in the part shade shrub border, covering itself in early to midsummer with large magenta mophead blooms that age to rose-red in alkaline […]

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Hydrangea Angel Eyes

A Bouquet of Distinctive Beauty on Every Stem The Halo series of compact Hydrangeas offers large, picotee blooms held up on strong stems. Each petal of this compact, very large-flowered Hydrangea shades from rich pink or blue at the center to nearly white, with a distinctive white picotee on charmingly serrated petals. This gives it […]

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Hydrangea Nikko Blue

Nikko Blue sports consistent blue hydrangea flowers in various soils with pink flowers joining the blue in neutral soil. Enjoy a wealth of attractive, deep blue, globe-shaped flowerheads all summer with Nikko Blue! This is the most reliable of the blue-flowered selections, with exceptionally large bloom that are consistently truer blue in a wide range […]

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Hydrangea Angel Lace

The Only Picoteed Lacecap in the World! The Halo series of compact Hydrangeas offers large, picotee blooms held up on strong stems. The only lacecap Hydrangea in the world to sport picoteed blooms, Angel Lace would be breathtaking even if it weren’t also so beautiful in its own right. These huge 8- to 8 1/2-inch […]

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Hydrangea ‘Mirranda’

Spectacular Variegated Climbing Hydrangea! Grows more slowly but much more showy! Introduced in 1999 by Guy and Jeanie Meacham of Rippingale Nursery in Oregon, this variegated form of Climbing Hydrangea is characterized by dark green heart-shaped foliage irregularly edged in warm gold. Lush, white, flattened lace-cap flower heads spanning 6 inches across arise in late […]

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Hydrangea Limelight

4 Colors of Bloom! Terrific hardiness in the north! This new Hydrangea is so amazing that it might as well be a whole new type of shrub. Not only is it much, MUCH cold-hardier than most — happy all the way through zone 4 in the north. — but its blooms open green and then […]

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Hydrangea Forever Pink

Turns from Bright Pink to Deep Red in Cool Weather! Blooms begin in June, a full month sooner than other Hydrangeas! Forever Pink is the best truly dwarf Hydrangea, slowly reaching a height of 2 to 3 feet instead of the usual 5. Flowers appear in June, a month earlier than most, and continue until […]

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Hydrangea ‘Sun Goddess’

Glows Gold All Summer Long! Huge 8-inch mopheads of darkest pink add to the show! Plant Patent #12,701I normally don’t consider Hydrangeas foliage plants, but ‘Sun Goddess’ has changed all that! Despite its glorious dark pink blooms, which cover the plant in midsummer like giant sno-cones, the foliage is the real star of this compact, […]

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Hydrangea Quercifolia ‘Vaughn’s Lillie’

The ONLY Reblooming Oakleaf! Foot-long blooms! If you add only one Hydrangea to the garden this season, please make it Vaughn’s Lillie. This is the Oakleaf we have been waiting for: compact without being dwarf, densely flowered, spectacularly colored in autumn, well-branched year-round for a lovely silhouette, and REBLOOMING. A native shrub that is as […]

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Hydrangea ‘Kardinal’

A Tapestry of Lavender, Blue, and Mauve — Hard to Find But a Snap to Grow! Just 4 feet tall, this plant concentrates all its energy on flower production! One of Europe’s best-kept secrets, this exceptionally floriferous Hydrangea displays the entire range of purple and blue, from deep lavender to dusty mauve — often within a […]

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Hydrangea Endless Summer

Blooms in Zone 4, No Matter How Late Your Frosts! Selected in Minnesota! At last, one of the most beloved and beautiful shrubs of temperate and southern climes has made its way north . . . all the way through Minnesota. This delightful Hydrangea blooms on both old and new wood, repeating reliably from early […]

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Hydrangea Cityline Berlin

Large rosy-pink flowerheads cover this mildew-resistant, compact plant. Another of the fine Cityline series of Bigleaf Hydrangeas from Germany, with a naturally compact habit and dense flowering, Cityline Berlin offers the strongest growth and largest flowerheads yet. Its rosy-pink blooms are held in large snowballs of brilliant color on plants less than 3 feet high, […]

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Hydrangea Cityline Paris

The most mildew-resistant of the renowned Cityline series of Bigleaf Hydrangeas from Germany, Paris offers deep red blooms held upright on strong stems on shrubs that are naturally less than 3 feet high. ideal for containers, the front of the shrub border, or small spaces, this is a versatile, vigorous shrub that needs little attention from you to grow and flower its best for many years.

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Hydrangea Limelight

4 Colors of Bloom! Terrific hardiness in the north! This new Hydrangea is so amazing that it might as well be a whole new type of shrub. Not only is it much, MUCH cold-hardier than most — happy all the way through zone 4 in the north. — but its blooms open green and then […]

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Hydrangea Buttons ‘N Bows

Eye-catching Picotee on Compact Mophead! Quick-growing beauty from a Wayside Exclusive! Searching for just the right look for the front of the border — Buttons ‘N Bows is an excellent choice. The fascinating color of this quick-growing, compact Hydrangea is a striking source of beauty. This plant works equally well in containers or as a […]

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Hydrangea Cityline Venice

Now you can find a space for Hydrangea in even the smallest garden! The natural dwarf habit of this lovely Bigleaf Hydrangea from Germany is compact and dense, with far more flowering stems than most others. Small enough for containers or any tight spot, Cityline Venice is an attention-getter with giant fuchsia blooms and fresh, […]

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Hydrangea Lady in Red

Supremely mildew-resistant, too! The first Hydrangea that can truly claim 3-season interest, Lady in Red is certain to cause a sensation. This exciting lacecap treats you to bright red stems, petioles, and leaf veins from spring through fall, plus large blooms that open appleblossom-white and mature to deep rose, giving way to fall foliage of […]

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Hydrangea Alpengluhen

Lush crimson flowers of incredible size slowly deepen into purple tints reminiscent of the fading sun. Sunglasses are optional for this beauty. Abundantly produced over a 2- to 3-month growing season that begins in midsummer, its immense flowerheads (8 inches or more across) glow with dazzling, rich crimson that changes as summer progresses, deepening with […]

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Hydrangea Petiolaris

Truly spectacular when in flower in midsummer, this hydrangea climbs without support on walls, arbors, or trees, reaching 60 to 80 feet.Its white flowers, rich green foliage, striking exfoliating bark, and shrub-like growth create all-season interest. This plant needs no support to grow upward — so you don’t have to worry about tying the vine.

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Hydrangea Angel Song

Each Petal Perfectly Outlined in White The Halo series of compact Hydrangeas offers large, picotee blooms held up on strong stems. Halo series of Hydrangeas introduces an entirely new look to this colorful shrub. Compact enough for containers, the Halos offer picotee blooms of either pink or blue, held in very large clusters on strong […]

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Hydrangea Angel Smile

The Halo series of compact Hydrangeas offers large, picotee hydrangea blooms held up on strong stems. Each petal of this compact, very large-flowered Hydrangea shades from rich pink or blue at the center to nearly white, with a distinctive white picotee on charmingly serrated petals. This gives it an old-fashioned, frilly look, thanks to heavy […]

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Hydrangea Annabelle

Hydrangea Annabelle: America’s favorite old-fashioned flowering shrub! Discovered in an Anna, Illinois, garden, ‘Annabelle’ is perhaps the most popular old-fashioned shrub grown in American gardens today. From early summer till fall, it produces enormous 12-inch snowballs of pure white –interestingly, the flower size increases as the season continues, so that the final flush is an […]

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Hosta ‘Aphrodite’

The Fragrant Double Blooms Outshine the Foliage! At last, a scented, bloomworthy Hosta! The double-flowered Hosta is a plant whose time has come. The perfect complement to the insignificantly-flowering Hosta varieties in the shade garden, it transforms midsummer into a sweetly-scented, colorful scene with huge (by Hosta standards!) 3 1/2-inch white blooms atop glossy green […]

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Hosta Collection

America’s Favorite Shade Perennials The finest landscaping Hostas for beds and borders. When it’s time for bold, eye-catching color in the shade, rely on these easy-to-grow standouts. The 3 varieties in this collection are popular not only for their appealing texture and large leaves, but also for their striking colors. They boast a gorgeous and […]

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Hosta ‘Blue Ivory’

Good Sun Tolerance on Rich Blue Leaves Wide creamy to yellow edges really outlines the blue tones beautifully. A new blue Hosta with terrific sun tolerance and a compact, elegant form, ‘Blue Ivory’ is destined to become one of your favorites. These leaves, widely edged in creamy yellow, really accentuate the rich aquamarine tones at […]

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Hosta ‘Dark Shadows’

Glowing Aquamarine Tones for Light Shade Spring foliage is overlaid and edged with chartreuse. From blue and gold in spring to a rich aquamarine for summer and fall, this stunning Hansen introduction boasts rich, saturated tones over three glorious seasons a year. A fairly low-growing but spreading cultivar, it is just what you need for […]

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Hosta ‘Great Escape’

Rippled White-edged Foliage and Great Garden Vigor. The best sport of the famous ‘Halcyon.’ ‘Halcyon’ is the parent of many a fine Hosta, but none so beautiful or robust as this exciting 2006 introduction from Dutch breeder Jan van den Top. The iron-blue color remains true from spring until frost, while the wide, clean white […]

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Hosta ‘Northern Exposure’

Winner of 4 major awards from the American Hosta Society. Large blue-green leaves are edged in chartreuse and aquire a puckered texture with age. This variegated sport of H. sieboldiana Elegans offers a very wide yellow-green-to-cream margin on large, flat, blue-green leaves. A fine source of cool tones for the shady garden, ‘Northern Exposure’ is […]

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Hosta ‘Ice Age Trail’

Farewell, Slugs! Spreading 3 feet wide, this is an excellent ground cover or mass planting. A magnificent spreading Hosta that thrives even in full shade and keeps nibbling snails and slugs at bay, ‘Ice Age Trail’ is a slow, majestic grower you will want to find a place of honor for. Its variegation changes from […]

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Hosta ‘Blue Mouse Ears’

Soft blue-green coloring with hints of gold at the base. Such a delight, ‘Blue Mouse Ears’ sets exquisite soft blue-green leaves, gently curled, just 2 3/4 inches long and 2 inches wide. A tightly mounded, dense plant, it reaches only 6 inches high and a foot wide, but draws the eye with its cool tones […]

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Hosta Venus

Showy white twice-double blooms arise in late summer and early fall, after most Hostas have passed. This is a Hosta you can really fall in love with! Venus — a sport of the dramatic Aphrodite — exhibits sweetly scented flowers of a twice-double form. The petal count of this beauty is between 24 and 28. […]

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Hosta Blue Angel

Foot-long Leaves of Frosty Blue! Great as an architectural specimen or as a part of indoor arrangements! We waited years to be able to offer this splendid Paul Aden hybrid. Huge, heavily textured leaves, 12 inches across and 16 inches long, form a graceful 4- by 4-foot mound, topped by tall spikes of midsummer flowers. […]

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Hosta ‘Fireworks’

The elegant vase shape and long, pale cream leaves of this Hosta make it a standout in garden and vase. Just 10 inches high and 8 inches wide, it creates an impact in both color and architecture, adding nice contrast to the large-leafed, sprawling Hostas in the partly to fully shaded garden.’Fireworks’ is a sport […]

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Hosta ‘Deja Blu’

Bright Cream “”Watermarks”” on Every Leaf This tricolor is a sport of H. ‘Blue Boy.’ A tricolored Hosta is a thing of beauty, and ‘Deja Blu’ is particularly handsome, combining a fresh spring-green edging with a wide blue-green center and a jagged dividing line of bright cream. The effect is of a smaller, darker leaf […]

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Hosta ‘Praying Hands’

Folded, Upraised Leaves Edged in Cream The slightly crinkled texture adds to the unique look of this cultivar. At the top of every Hostaphile’s wish list, ‘Praying Hands’ is not commonly available, and we are pleased to be able to offer it this season. A completely unique cultivar, it sets its foliage straight up their […]

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Heuchera Dolce Peach Melba Hybrid

Stunning Apricot Tones for Sun OR Shade! Quick-growing and very cold-hardy! The best new name in Coral Bells is so sweet — the Dolce Hybrids, grown by one of America’s best plantsmen (Dan Heims) and boasting 3 exciting colors, all completely unique. The Dolces are very fast-growing, cold-hardy, and vigorous, with large, showy leaves whose […]

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Heuchera Midnight Rose

Semi-evergreen and very adaptable. The most exciting new Heuchera to come along in many seasons, ‘Midnight Rose’ is so heat- and humidity-tolerant that it keeps its extraordinary colors right through the dog days of August and into autumn. A fine semi-evergreen sport of H. ‘Obsidian,’ it is simply a must-have for every discriminating gardener.The new […]

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Sun-Tolerant Heucheras Collection

A Trio of Luscious Colors.Contains Heucheras Mocha, Citronelle, and Caramel. If you can imagine a more beautiful set of Heucheras for the sunny to partly shaded garden, by all means let us know! These are three of the very best varieties, uniform in height and bloomtime as well as complementary in color. Derived from H. […]

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Heuchera Mocha

Color Darkens in the Sun. This sun-tolerant variety is one of a series of solid-colored Heucheras. The darkest of the new sun-tolerant H. villosa hybrids, Mocha is a stunning coffee-colored Heuchera with rich, deep color that just intensifies in summer sun! Mounded, compact, and nicely layered, it adds considerable texture and presence as well as […]

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Heuchera Citronelle

This sun-tolerant variety is one of a series of solid-colored Heucheras. Like so many good things in life, Citronelle was a complete accident — a mutation on the lovely orange-russet toned Caramel. But far from echoing its parent’s warm tones, these large, rounded, lobed leaves are neon-bright and a blinding shade of chartreuse! Topped by […]

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Heucherella Stoplight

Even more showy than Heucherella Sunspot! This exciting new Heucherella is so brightly colored it just might stop traffic. Each bright yellow leaf of this low-growing shade-lover is marked with a large central red mark and topped with a tall spike of gleaming white blooms. It is certain to be a crowd pleaser in the […]

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Heuchera ‘Peach Flambe’

The Brightest Coral Bells of Them All. New spring foliage of sizzling-hot orange-red, plus fall color of deep plum! Add some red-hot color to the shade garden with this remarkable new Heuchera. In spring its large, rounded and gently lobed leaves emerge a blinding orange-red, only to mellow to rich tones of peachy-plum for autumn. […]

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Winter Jewels Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components. Helleborus Winter Jewels Slate – The most exciting new color in the Winter Jewels strain is this smoldering charcoal-ash shade of balck, shot with spidery red veins and overtones of blue. The buds are pure black, opening to blooms so dark you may want to cut a few […]

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Trifolium ‘Dark Dancer’

Smart Black-and-White Ground Cover! Evergreen in warm climates. cv. Dark Dancer. Here’s a groundcover with a delightful difference: deep purple to black foliage and white blooms in summer. Ready to spread as far as you will let it, this exceptionally fast-growing, vigorous Four-Leaf Clover keeps its dark foliage from spring till frost, and even year-round […]

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Thymus ‘Creeping Thyme’

Early summer brings a blanketing of stunning crimson flowers on this semi-evergreen ground cover Red Creeping Thyme gives you brilliant crimson flowers carpeting a low, mat-forming plant in early summer. A spectacular sight in the front of the border or cascading over a wall, it’s the easiest and most attractive way we know to blanket […]

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Oxalis Adenophylla

A Well-Behaved, Silver-Leafed Oxalis that’s Hardy to Zone 4 A slow-spreading groundcover bulb with a profusion of late-spring blooms If you’re familiar with the charms (and sometimes overly enthusiastic habit!) of Wood Sorrel, then let us introduce you to this hardy, elegant, and well-behaved member of the family. Sometimes called Chilean Oxalis or Silver Shamrock, […]

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Festuca ‘Elijah’s Blue’

Considered to be the best of the blue Festucas, this clone excels for its sturdy, compact habit and beautiful 10-inch foliage. Of rather rigid growth, it makes an extremely decorative ground cover or accent plant. In summer, it tops itself with feathery tan seedheads that complement the powdery blue color beautifully. Well suited, too, for edging or in the rock garden, or for growing under trees, where its soft blue offers a pleasing color contrast. Likes dry soil with good drainage. Space 12 to 15 inches apart. Zones 4-8.

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Ornamental Grass Collection

The Best Grasses for Carefree Color! A collection of 3 hardy ornamental grasses composed of Cortaderia ‘Pumila’, Miscanthus ‘Gracillimus’, and Pennisetum alopecuroides. Hardy, dependable, and utterly carefree, ornamental grasses are the new mainstay of the sunny garden. They look great season after season, and need almost no attention from you to return for many years […]

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Muhlenbergia Capillaris

This hardy native grass grows like Topsy and is exquisitely beautiful! As summer is winding down and with it your beautiful blooming annuals and perennials, Pink Muhly Grass is springing up — giant puffballs of cotton-candy pink, so airy you expect a breeze to carry them away. An absolutely showstopping source of late-season color, this […]

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Hibanobambusa ‘Shirashima’

Year-Round Variegation each foot-long leaf is striped cream and white, with red tones if grown in strong sun. Who can be bothered with plain old green Bamboo when this splendid variegated selection is available Not only is it magnificently beautiful with up to 5 colors present at once, it even tolerates indoor growth, so you […]

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Miscanthus Gracillimus

Elegantly swaying stems add year-round interest to the back of the border or as a spectacular specimen planting. Gracefully arching, 4- to 5-foot clumps of silvery-green leaves give way to feathery, flowering stems — a favorite subject of Japanese paintings. Year-long interest in back of the border or combined with shrubs. Likes full sun. Zones […]

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Panicum ‘Shenandoah’

A splendid ornamental grass, easy to grow despite drought and even neglect! ‘Shenandoah’ is as beautiful and varied as the valley for which it is named. This unusual ornamental grass sports purple-red foliage in spring and summer, late-season blooms of vivid crimson, and autumn foliage of midnight maroon. Now THAT’s multi-season interest — all on […]

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Geranium Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Geranium ‘Sweet Heidy’ So numerous are the merits of this new Hardy Geranium that it leaves older cultivars in the dirt! Each bloom is a combination of pink and blue, with elegant whiskering. They arise from late spring till early fall, months longer than most other Hardy Geraniums. […]

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Gardenia ‘Frost Proof’

Gardenia ‘Frost Proof’: Very deer-resistant, it makes a good perimeter planting. Everything about this Gardenia is just a little tougher and more resilient than previous varieties. It is far more frost-proof (as you might expect from its name), standing up to late spring chills without dropping a bud. Yet it also takes more sun than […]

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Gardenia First Love

The Biggest, Most Fragrant Blooms! These flowers reach 5 inches across — twice the size of most Gardenias’! First Love beguiles you with early blooms that are fully double-flowered and TWICE the size of many other varieties’. Wonderfully fragrant and very heavily borne over a long season, they make this shrub an indispensable part of […]

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Gardenia Grif’s Select

Hardy All the Way through Zone 6! Exceptionally fragrant! Rejoice, zone 6 and 7 gardeners! Now you too can enjoy the beauty of Gardenia in your garden, thanks to this super cold-hardy new shrub! Grif’s Select is a full TWO ZONES hardier than others, with exceptionally fragrant, lovely blooms, interesting berries, and evergreen foliage.The sweet […]

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Gardenia Fragrant Pathways

A Ground Cover Gardenia with Big Double Blooms! Heavenly scent! Originally developed for superior cold-hardiness, Fragrant Pathways also breaks new ground for compact habit, big double blooms, and powerfully sweet fragrance. A groundcover Gardenia extraordinaire, it belongs in your sunny to partly shaded bed, border, and containers, as well as along walkways and other heavily-trafficked […]

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Tulipa ‘Ballerina’

Glowing Tangerine Blooms Scent the Air and Charm the Eye!Unusual color for a Tulip! Elegant beauty! Their distinctive urn shape and long, graceful petals (curving outward to form a perfect six-pointed “star” ) distinguish these regal Tulips, allowing them to be focal points in the spring landscape. Lovely scent and unique color! Satiny tangerine blossoms, […]

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Tulipa ‘White Parrot’

Ruffled and Twisted Blooms Like Fine Feathers! Complements every other color in the garden! Great for bright accents! Each ivory 8- to 10- inch wide bloom is streaked with green, for a fresh, clean effect that accentuates just about any other garden color. Superb in a mass planting, too! Their blooms reach and are fantastically […]

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Tulipa ‘Royal Acres’

Silvery Glints on Petal-Packed BloomsFully double and richly colored! Glints of silver draw the eye to these rich purple blooms, each double-flowered and absolutely packed with petals. Blooming in late season, this Tulip is one of the showiest in the garden, and also makes a fine cutflower. The stems reach 14 to 16 inches high. […]

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Tulipa ‘Blue Parrot’

The Exotic Blue Tulip! Brushed with mauve, bronze, and purple, these blooms really do glow blue! Blue flowers are rare, but a blue Tulip is rarer still! Magnificent 8- to 10-inch wide, curled and frilled blue-purple petals are brushed with mauve, bronze, and purple. A bed filled with these magnificent Tulips Looks for all the […]

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Tulipa Angelique

Petal-iferous Blooms Look Like Strawberry Ice Cream! Fully double blooms have an elegant Peony shape! A favorite with Wayside customers for more than a decade, Angelique is a Tulip lovers dream bloom, with double flowers of strawberries-and-cream on sturdy 20-inch stems. Perfect for cutting and also long-lasting in the garden, this is one Tulip you […]

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Tulipa ‘Princess Irene’

Like Glowing Coals, these Bicolor Blooms Warm the Garden! Begin the Tulip season with a flourish! (Heirloom, 1949). Unique, romantic color combination: brilliant purple flames on a ground of orange brightening to almost yellow at the edge. Princess Irene is a sport of the popular Color Carnival and is very weather- and wind-resistant. 12 to […]

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Tulipa Turkestanica

Supreme Reliability Meets Understated Elegance in This Gorgeous Species Tulip! Grow it in pots, tuck it into nooks in the rock garden, or edge the front of the sunny border! A determined perennializer, this Turkish Tulip boasts multiple fragrant blooms on each stem and comes back with increased vigor every year! Its fragrant, creamy white […]

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Tulipa Polychroma

Dainty Fragrant Blooms are Hugely Reliable. A unique addition to any Tulip collection! This miniature species Tulip is one of the most charming we’ve ever seen, with irresistibly scented, starry cup-shaped blooms in early spring. Composed of 6 tepals, 3 of which are tinted with mauve on the outside, these white blooms open wide to […]

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Tulipa ‘Persian Pearl’

Jewel-toned Blooms Nestle Against the Garden Floor! Carmine-and-gold coloring is among the most brilliant of any species Tulip! Star-shaped, carmine and yellow blooms light up the garden floor in early to mid spring! These wide, goblet-shaped purple-red blooms boast a silvery overlay on the outer tepals and open to show bright, glowing yellow centers. These […]

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Tulipa Kaufmanniana ‘Ancilla’

Just 6 Inches Tall but Measureless in Color and Long-Lived Reliability! Early and vigorous – perennializes beautifully for an ever-increasing display! The first to bloom in earliest spring, long-lived Kaufmanniana Tulips offer large blooms on short stems and are often called Water-Lily Tulips because of the way they open out flat with maturity. When Ancilla’s […]

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Cool Colors Tulip Collection

This collection is comprised of 2 components: Tulipa ‘Blue Parrot’ – The ever-popular (and sometimes hard to find!) blue, with rich royal tones on blooms an impressive 8 to 10 inches wide! Blooms in mid- to late season on 20- to 22-inch stems.Qty 1 PK 20 Bulb. Zones 3 – 8.Tulipa ‘Angelique’ – Qty 1 […]

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Rose Fragrant Lavender Simplicity

The most recent member of the high-performing, popular Simplicity series is a wonderfully citrus-scented variety that perfumes the entire garden with its very large double blooms. Smaller and more tightly held than the original Simplicity? but every bit as well-branched, vigorous, and easy to care for, Fragrant Lavender Simplicity? delivers armloads of mauve blooms all summer long.

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Rosa Betty Boop

As delightful as the popular cartoon character for whom it was named, this American hybrid of R. Playboy x R. Picasso produces armfuls of blooms from summer until frost. Redolent of sweet fruit, the 4-inch flowers are semi-double, with 6 to 12 broadly margined petals of creamy yellow with a broad, eye-catching red margin. They rebloom eagerly — no need to deadhead — on 3- to 5-foot, naturally rounded bushes.

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Rose Simplicity

Simplicity is widely credited with being the first hedge rose, and its 1978 introduction changed the way we gardened with Roses forever! Repeat-blooming and very floriferous, its real advantage was its full, bushy, well-branched habit, which looks good in a border or mixed planting and doesn’t need the wide spacing of traditional Roses.

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Warm Colors Tulip Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Tulipa ‘Orange Princess’ You’ll enjoy late-season drama from this sultry, hot-blooded Peony-flowered Tulips! Huge, full-petaled flowers are glowing orange-red lined with a thin, electric-yellow margin, and suffused with a subtle pink blush and garnet-red flames. A masterpiece! Pk 20. Qty 1 PK 20 Bulb. Zones 3 – 7. […]

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Rose Carefree Spirit

One of the standout Carefree series from the House of Meilland in France, this very vigorous, disease-resistant, heavy-blooming shrub Rose is a spectacular addition to the garden. It is bred for heavy repeat flowering, with a well-branched habit and healthy foliage untroubled by mildew, rust, and other foliar diseases. A far and grateful cry from the fussy Roses your mother grew, Carefree Spirit lives up to its name every day in the garden.

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Rose Electric Blanket

Bad BirnbachPointed, elongated buds open to 1 1/2-inch blooms of vibrant salmon-pink, each boasting 9 to 16 petals and borne in large clusters. This shrub is just 12 to 18 inches high and 24 inches wide, yet it is a bloom machine, catching the eye from across the garden with its vivid color and sheer profusion of bloom!

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Rose Baby Blanket

A super-floriferous groundcover rose with large, fragrant pink blooms, Baby Blanket has it all — great disease resistance, superior heat tolerance, a compact spreading habit, and nonstop flowers all summer.These semi- to fully double blooms arise in giant clusters of up to 15, each 3 inches wide and packed with soft pink petals tinged with peach and salmon.

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Rose Red Ribbons

The farthest-spreading groundcover Rose we have ever seen, Red Ribbons is a highly disease-resistant, low-growing shrub with masses of brilliant crimson blooms over a long summer season. Bred in Germany and hardy through zone 9b in our hot, humid American summers, it is a treasure for mass planting or the front of the Rose garden.The flowers are about 1 1/2 inches wide, with a petal count of 20 to 25.

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Rosa Dream Weaver

Since its 1998 introduction, this climbing floribunda has been renowned as one of the most reliable and productive roses. A vigorous performer that repeats all summer and offers terrific disease resistance, Dream Weaver is the choice of gardeners who need a solidly dependable, fragrant, beautiful climber for any sunny setting.The blooms arise singly and in large clusters, each measuring about 3 1/2 inches wide and packed with soft, vintage-pink petals. Redolent of tea, they may remind you of a rose from grandmothers garden — heavy-blooming, very strongly scented, and softly colored.

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Rose Crystal Fairy

This beautiful rose sets a profusion of lightly apple-scented, bright white, double blooms that come in flushes throughout the season. As the flowers age, they sometimes turn a soft pink, creating an engaging multi-color effect on one bush.

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Rose Yellow Ribbons

A splendid everblooming groundcover Rose from England, Yellow Ribbons delights with its unusual deep yellow hues, abundance of blooms, and perpetually flowering nature. Expect it to cover the sunny garden floor — or erupt from your best containers! — all summer long, and possibly longer in warm climates.

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Rose Fabulous

This super-floriferous, disease-resistant, well-branched shrub Rose sets masses of giant white blooms all summer, double-flowered, fragrant, and long-lasting. Compact and very lush, it stands up to mildew, rust, and other foliar diseases while still finding the energy to churn out generous clusters of blossoms.

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Verbena Sissinghurst

Tons of color on one of the most heat-tolerant Verbenas. Sissinghurst can handle being planted beside an asphalt driveway… in July! Now that is heat tolerance! It is a fine, low growing ground cover with so many heads of rich rose-pink blooms that you can barely see the foliage from early summer until frost! In […]

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Rose Fourth of July

Cheery red-striped white blooms are stippled with cerise. They begin in early summer and just wont quit till fall! Wekroalt; PP#11,518. The first climbing Rose to win the AARS in 23 years, Fourth of July bursts forth with a dazzling display of patriotic bloom — 2-inch, red-striped white flowers that begin in early summer and keep coming till fall.

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Knock Out Rose Collection

By far the most floriferous member of the Knock Out family, Rainbow Knock Out offers hundreds upon hundreds of single 2-inch blooms opening from bright coral-pink buds. The flowers begin orange, then turn coral-pink with a gold base and yellow center before finally maturing to light coral.

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Rose Yellow Simplicity

A yellow-flowered member of the famous Simplicity series of hedge Roses, this 1998 Zary introduction offers very free-blooming shrubs a bit more compact than the original Simplicity but every bit as well-branched, vigorous, and easy to care for. Perfect for border or mixed planting as well as hedge, foundation, and mass planting, this floribunda is a landscape choice extraordinaire.

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Rose Magic Blanket

Spreading 6 feet wide in no time, this highly floriferous, beautiful white to pale yellow Rose from Germany is a splendid groundcover for the Rose garden or foreground planting for the shrub border. Very disease-resistant and powerfully fragrant, is a lovely choice for nonstop color all summer.Each bloom on this cluster-flowered shrub measures about 2 inches across, opening pure white and then revealing cream and even pale yellow interiors.

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Rosa Hot Cocoa

This Rose is so uniquely colored that we may just have to invent a new name for the color of its lusciously ruffled blooms. A chocolate-brown infused with smoke and hints of purple . . . or perhaps a russet-influenced brick-red . . . There is no way to do justice to these sweetly-fragrant, freely-borne blossoms! Hot Cocoa is the new All-America Rose Selection winner, and one glance will tell you that the Rose world will never be the same again

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Rosa ‘Iceberg’

Considered by many the finest white Rose for landscape use, Iceberg has been a favorite for many years, and deserves a place of honor in your garden. Long, pointed buds open to 2?- to 4-inch blooms of pure white kissed with appleblossom at the base all over this vigorous, neat little shrub!Wonderfully fragrant, the blooms are as good for cutting as they are for garden enjoyment.

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Rosa Pink Double Knock Out

A fine addition to any sunny setting, it takes its place as possibly the most carefree and impressive Modern Shrub Rose yet Pink Double Knock Out begins flowering in late spring, each 3- to 3 1/2-inch bloom boasting about 20 petals, a light sweet scent, and a pointed star shape, thanks to nicely recurved outer petals.

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Simplicity Collection

The original hedge roses, the Simplicity series is deservedly popular. Here is Rose growing as you’ve never seen it before. Far from the fussy hybrid teas of yesteryear, these floribundas are bred for vigorous rebloom, disease-free foliage, and superior branching.

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Rosa ‘Moondance’

This gorgeous floribunda is as ethereal and lovely as its name suggests, offering large trusses of creamy white flowers that create a striking contrast against the very glossy, dark green foliage. Its upright and well-branched habit is extremely vigorous, remarkably trouble free, and mildew resistant. You’ll fall in love with this award-winning rose and be tempted to fill every available sunny spot with its warm color and sweet, subtle, raspberry fragrance.

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Viburnum Blue Muffin

Blooms and Berries on a Super-Compact Shrub! Spectacular scarlet and golden fall foliage! The show begins in spring, with masses of pure white blooms borne in 5-inch clusters that bring in butterflies to dine on sweet nectar. These are followed by berries of brightest blue, nestled among dark, shiny green foliage. In fall, the leaves […]

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Viburnum Dilatatum Cardinal Candy

The birds will feast for months on the MASSES of shiny scarlet berries this extra-hardy Linden Viburnum sets! This Viburnum is simply never out of season! No matter when you care to admire it, this super-hardy little shrub has something to offer, be it white blooms, gigantic clusters of shiny red berries, or deep red […]

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Rosa ‘Good ‘n Plenty’

It may get its name from the large, nearly black buds that begin its marvelous blooms, but Black Cherry undoubtedly gets its fine reputation from the exquisite deep red flowers and rich, old-fashioned damask scent with which it fills the garden all summer.

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Rosa Black Cherry

It may get its name from the large, nearly black buds that begin its marvelous blooms, but Black Cherry undoubtedly gets its fine reputation from the exquisite deep red flowers and rich, old-fashioned damask scent with which it fills the garden all summer.

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Rosa Knock Out

Perhaps the best ever landscape Rose for four-season interest, this stunning hybrid is the culmination of breeder William Radler’s lifework. Not only is it the most blackspot-resistant Rose we’ve ever grown, but it also stands up to Japanese beetles and other pests, needs only half a day of sunshine, blooms over an exceptionally long period, and offers foliage and fruit interest as well as lovely blossoms.

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Viburnum Brandywine

The heaviest-fruiting Viburnum – berries turn from green to white and then bright pink and blue. A Wayside Worldwide Exclusive Introduction! Plant Patent Applied For. cv: ‘Bulk.’ Wayside Gardens is proud to introduce this spectacular Viburnum that produces the most colorful berries ever. A splendid native shrub that belongs in every garden within its hardiness […]

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Rosa Pink Knock Out

‘Radcon’First Knock Out, took the Rose world by storm, and now there’s ultra-floriferous Pink Knock Out to wow us all over again. Just as disease-resistant as its award-winning red cousin, Pink Knock Out delights with an extra-long season of bloom.

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Viburnum Nudum ‘Winterthur’

A superb shrub in its own right, with fragrant blooms, berries, and fall foliage changes. ‘Winterthur’ has been an enduring favorite since its 1961 introduction, both as an ornamental Viburnum in its own right and as a reliable pollinator. Enjoy its blooms, berries, and fall color to the fullest, but don’t be surprised if neighboring […]

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Viburnum Carlesii

This early spring-flowering shrub blooms with the Tulips. Masses of flowers are deep pink in bud, open pink, then mature to pure white. Then, just as the silvery leaves unfold, the 5-inch flower clusters reach their peak, filling the air with their intoxicating perfume. The spectacular blossoms are followed by clustered black fruit.

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Rosa ‘Zephirine Drouhin’

Long-Blooming, Thornless and Very Profuse, Even in Shade! This classic old-fashioned climber offers big semi-double blooms of bright pink, peaking in spring and fall. ‘Zephirine Drouhin’ 1868, A romantic, fantastically fragrant, old-fashioned Rose, and still one of the most popular Climbing Roses today, especially in Europe. No Modern Rose has been able to exceed it for […]

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Vinca Minor Atropurpurea

Rosy-red blooms are large and showy against evergreen leaves! A Vinca with a difference! Atropurpurea has the same carefree nature as other Vincas, but just look at the blooms! Large, showy, and beautifully colored a dusty rose, they make a nice change of pace for your ground cover plantings!The blooms arise in mid- to late […]

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Vinca Minor Alba

The largest white-flowered variety, it’s strong and quick to spread! Vary your ground cover with this splendid white-flowered version of reliable, quick-spreading Vinca! Alba is the largest-flowered white I have ever seen, with super vigor and lots of showy spring color!The blooms arise in April and May in most gardens, making a charming companion to […]

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Vinca Minor La Grave

The best color and most floriferous Vinca yet! Why settle for ordinary Vinca when your garden can look just a little more colorful and beautiful with this exciting variety? Vinca minor La Grave (Bowles’ Variety) boasts flowers larger, of richer color, and borne more profusely than the species. In mid- to late spring your sunny […]

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Cheilanthes lanosa

An Easy, Adaptable Native Fern naturalizes readily in any moist, well-drained soil receiving partial shade. This is such an easy, rewarding fern for the partly shaded garden, open woodland, border, or rockery. Native to North America, it sets long, tapering, elegant fronds anywhere from 6 to 16 inches long, their topside lightly covered in hair, […]

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Japanese Silver-Painted Fern

Japanese Silver-Painted Fern: So colorful it stands out even in deep shade! Often difficult to locate and always in demand, Japanese Silver-Painted Fern is a miniature treasure for the partly- to fully-shaded garden. Just 18 inches tall, it bears lush, finely-cut foliage of rich green, each frond marked with a central stem of bright crimson […]

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Vinca Minor

Trailing Myrtle is exceptionally vigorous so it quickly covers large areas well. Vinca minor (Periwinkle, Trailing Myrtle) is a very vigorous ground cover for large areas. Prostrate vines root along its stems and form an evergreen ground cover with glossy, deep green leaves and a multitude of lilac blue blooms appearing in April and May. […]

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Painted Fern Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Geranium ‘Sweet Heidy’ – So numerous are the merits of this new Hardy Geranium that it leaves older cultivars in the dirt. Each bloom is a combination of pink and blue, with elegant whiskering. They arise from late spring till early fall, months longer than most other Hardy […]

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Viola ‘Heartthrob’

With Foliage Like This, Who Needs Flowers? At last, a Viola we can enjoy not only in spring and fall, but all summer long — and winter too, in warm climates. A free bloomer grown not for its flowers but its foliage, this dramatically variegated Violet is a delight in any setting. Each of these […]

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Cornus ‘Eternal Dogwood’

Huge Fully Double Blooms for Many Weeks Continues flowering 2 weeks beyond other C. florida selections. This beloved selection of our native Dogwood is without a doubt the most fully double-flowered. Each 5- to 6-inch bloom — in itself an extraordinary size for a Dogwood bloom! — is packed with 20 petals of pure white, […]

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Cornus Kousa Chinensis ‘Milky Way’

Choice and Very Hard to Find this is a landmark tree, lovely in every season, dependable and easy to grow. There may not really be as many blooms on this tree as there are stars in the Milky Way, but it would be close! Very abundantly blooming over a long late spring and early summer […]

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Cornus Little Princess

This Dwarf Begins Blooming at 2 Feet Tall! Showy 3-inch flowers — as big as on a full-sized tree! All the beauty of a majestic Dogwood in just 8 feet of garden space! Beginning at a very early age, this dwarf selection of the native Cherokee Princess offers spectacular white blooms a full 3 inches […]

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Cornus Satomi (Rosabella)

Cornus Satomi (Rosabella): Year-round appeal thanks to fine flowers, foliage and fruits!  A most exciting plant find, and one we are delighted to share with our Wayside customers! ‘Satomi’ (also called ‘Rosabella’) boasts all the assets of Cornus kousa ‘Chinensis,’ PLUS rosy-toned foliage so soft it appears to glow! ‘Satomi’ reaches 12 to 15 feet […]

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Cornus Radiant Rose

Rosy Red Flowers — and They Hold their Color Beautifully! An improvement over the popular Satomi! Radiant Rose. is the kind of tree you can fall in love with — colorful every season, ultra-dependable, and breathtakingly beautiful. An improvement over the famous Satomi, it offers much darker, more striking blooms that hold their color well […]

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Cornus Samaritan

Handsome Variegation, Stunning Fall Color bright red fruits arise in summer and fall, bringing birds to the garden. Cultivar name: Samzam. Samaritan is a multi-season tree par excellence, with a pleasing new look each time the weather changes. In spring, its leaves emerge brightly edged in white and generously rippled. They keep both their variegation […]

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Dianthus ‘Ruby’s Tuesday’

Long-Blooming, Profuse, and FragrantOne of the Devon Cottage series of English Carnations. One of the longest and most profusely blooming Carnations in the world, ‘Ruby’s Tuesday’ carpets the garden floor or container in vivid crimson from midsummer through mid-fall. Double blooms with nicely pinked edges and rich color completely hide the silvery gray foliage at […]

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Dianthus Raspberry Surprise

Overflowing with Fragrant Blooms Evergreen foliage makes this plant a great ground cover. ‘So floriferous is this exciting new Dianthus that during the height of its bloomtime, you may not be able to see the foliage at all! Masses upon masses of double-flowered 2-inch blooms cover this low-growing plant, giving you plenty for cutflowers and […]

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Pie Crust Edge Daylily Collection

“The Finest Reblooming Daylilies You Can Grow!A collection of 3 pie crust edged daylilies, ‘Belly Button’, ‘Clothed in Glory’, and ‘Martina Verhaert’.”

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Hemerocallis ‘Spacecoast Starburst’

A Reblooming, Evergreen Award-Winner A gold halo punctuates these pink-and-gold blooms. For distinctive flower color, large bloom size, and reliable repeating, it’s hard to top ‘Spacecoast Starburst.’ This vigorous tetraploid boasts evergreen foliage, 6-inch blooms, and a pleasing color combination not seen elsewhere in the family. Very heat-tolerant and unslowed by the humidity of zone […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Moses’ Fire’

6-inch DOUBLE RED Blooms!One of showiest Daylilies ever grown is also one of the most generous, with a late-season encore. The first time you see ‘Moses’ Fire’ bloom up close, you may just have to go get your measuring stick. The flowers are 6 inches wide, after all, and so packed with petals that they […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Eleonore’

Distinctively Different Color Pattern on Heavy-Blooming Plants. These 6-inch blooms open lavender and white, but mature to creamy-white as their 16-hour day progresses. A distinctively different Hemerocallis, ‘Eleonore’ offers large, striking flowers in two shades of lavender that remain open over an extended day, maturing to paler tones toward evening. Boasting a very heavy bud […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Apricot Sparkles’

Hemerocallis ‘Apricot Sparkles’ : Daylily Apricot Sparkles is here, and its continuous June-through-October bloomtime gives just about any Daylily a run for its money! And these aren’t plain yellow blooms, either, but luminous apricot beauties overlaid with a silvery sparkle best described as a “”diamond dusting.””As if each petal had been showered with glitter, the […]

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Hemerocallis Summer Dazzle Mix

Hemerocallis Summer Dazzle Mix: A brilliant array of tetraploids, diploids, singles, doubles, picotees and bicolors! We are honored to offer this spectacular collection of hand-pollinated daylilies from premier hybridizer Dr. Darrel Apps. Selected for continuous bloom, heavy rebloom, high bud count, and dormant to semi-evergreen habit, this is the culmination of more than 25 years’ […]

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Double Daylilies Collection

Two Seasons of Bloom from these Hard Workers! Just about the longest season of color of any perennial! Can there be a longer-blooming, more beautiful collection of perennials for your sunny garden. I doubt it — I’ve assembled three of the very finest REBLOOMING and EVERBLOOMING Daylilies for months and months of effortless color. Tolerant […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Frosted Vintage Ruffles’

Wonderfully Fragrant! Blooms early, then repeats near summer’s end. A lovely contrast to the harsher colors of most Daylilies, this study in pastels casts a very dainty, feminine air in the garden. Its colors may be the first thing to catch the eye, but its most remarkable feature is its sweet scent — very strong […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Malachite Prism’

Award-winning Color Pattern and Flower Form Reblooms after its midseason debut. Have you ever seen color patterning and petal form like this on a Daylily. We haven’t either, which is why we knew we had to have this 1999 Doorakian introduction. An award winner with a unique blend of bright green, violet, red, and pink, […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Over the Top’

Double 8-inch Blooms! This Stamile introduction is a vigorous evergreen tetraploid. The name says it all — not only are these blooms fully double, but they measure 8 inches across AND arise twice a season, affording the most spectacular showing of color yet from the Daylily family. Select a place of honor for ‘Over the […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Martina Verhaert’

Hemerocallis ‘Martina Verhaert’: This is a semi-evergreen tetraploid, hardy from north to south and very vigorous. This unique Daylily demands a place of honor in the garden or your finest container. Not only are its blooms quite large, but they are nicely ruffled and sport both an eyezone, a central white stripe, and two layers […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Stella de Oro’

America’s No. 1 Daylily — Non-stop Golden Blooms from Spring to Fall! Up to 400 blooms on a single mature plant! Considered by many the finest Daylily ever! For sheer bloom power and beautiful color, no Daylily surpasses everblooming Stella de Oro! Often the first to begin the Daylily season and the last to end […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Elegant Candy’

One of the Most Fragrant Ever! Frilly, flouncy ruffled blooms really catch the eye. Winner of multiple awards and an absolute showstopper in any garden, this intensely fragrant Daylily is hardy from the far north to the deep south. If you have a spare foot of soil left in your sunny garden, devote it to […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Stella in Red’

Ruby Red Blooms by the Many DozenA tireless rebloomer, it lives up to the famous name. You would expect any Daylily with ‘Stella’ in its name to have something to say for itself when it comes to bloom strength, but ‘Stella in Red’ has surprised even the most jaded gardeners with its floriferousness. A constant […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Belly Button’

A Brand New Color for the Family! These russet-hued blooms have red highlights and smoldering gold edges and throats! The perfect complement to your yellow- and gold-leaved Daylilies, ‘Belly Button’ sports the most stylish new color in flowers . . . brown! These pie-crusted, ruffled blooms sport russet-red tones of brown with golden edges, a […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Crystal Pinot’

A Double Edge on Every Petal! Reblooms very heavily on semi-evergreen plants. The most spectacular Daylily of the season, ‘Crystal Pinot’ regales you with TWO bands of edging, a matching eyezone, neat ruffling, and lovely color combination. It is hardy through zone 3 in the north (and there are murmurings of zone 2, difficult as […]

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Hemerocallis Golden Zebra

Hemerocallis Golden Zebra : Finally, the day has come — a variegated Daylily with foliage as beautiful as the flowers, and just as reliable! Every leaf of this plant is boldly striped in gold, for an elegant look in bed and border that lasts well beyond bloomtime! 18 inches high and 2 feet wide, this […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Clothed in Glory’

Hemerocallis ‘Clothed in Glory’: Lovely “”piecrust”” edging accentuates the gold! This glorious Daylily should have been named Wreathed in Smiles, because that’s what you’ll be the moment these giant, gorgeous blooms begin appearing all over easy-to-grow, compact plants! The flowers are bright magenta with a stunning golden “”goosebump”” edge — and when you consider that […]

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Hemerocallis Forty-second Street

Hemerocallis Forty-second Street: Rely on Daylily Forty-second Street for over-the-top beauty and plenty of it! This stunning double-flowered, bicolor is a rebloomer that regales you with one heavy flush of color in early to midsummer, then reappears at the end of the season for an encore! And when you consider that each flower measures 5 […]

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Hemerocallis ‘Jungle Beauty’

Hemerocallis ‘Jungle Beauty’: A whole new color from master Daylily breeder Dr. Darrel Apps!  Break the monotony of yellow and pink Daylilies with a few of these electrifying violet-black giants! A full 6 inches across and suffused with smoky-dark color that is the nearest thing yet to a true black in Daylilies, ‘Jungle Beauty’ is […]

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Clematis Amanda Marie

Deep pink to red blooms really stand out amongst the cream-spotted foliage! Be among the very first American gardeners to grow this remarkable new VARIEGATED Clematis! The spring foliage of Amanda Marie? (difficult to see in our photo) is soft green brushed and mottled with cream. As the warm weather arrives, the variegation becomes less pronounced, and the plant sets charming 3- to 3 1/2-inch blooms of deep pink to red, which gradually mature to antique pink. A showstopper from spring well into fall, Amanda Marie is the new Clematis you mustn’t miss.

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Echinacea ‘Fragrant Angel’

The Most Fragrant Echinacea Yet. These pristine white blooms complement all neighboring plants! Plant Patent #16,054. With all the exciting new colors and forms of Echinacea lately, there has only been one thing missing: FRAGRANCE. And now that ‘Fragrant Angel’ is here, we can truly say that Echinacea has it all! These blooms are 4 […]

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Persea ‘Don Gillogly’

“Persea ‘Don Gillogly’: Annually produces two crops of soft, black-skinned avocados with a rich flavor! Enjoy luscious tropical fruit year-round in your living room from this vigorous, evergreen dwarf! Fast-growing and pest-free, this Mexican native produces two crops a year of soft, black-skinned avocados with a flavor so rich you need nothing else for a […]

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Clematis x Durandii

The Classic French Clematis. Gorgeous periwinkle flowers with yellow eyes. Clematis x Durandii boasts rich periwinkle blossoms with yellow eyes that nearly obliterate the foliage of this heirloom hybrid from early through late summer. Clematis are prized for their profuse display, but this French hybrid (developed around 1820 and related to the classic Clematis x […]

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Clematis Bonanza

Plant Patent #16,022. cv. ‘EVIpo031.’ Every gardener deserves this Clematis! Endlessly floriferous from midsummer through mid-fall, it is one of the workhorses of the garden, setting masses of single 3-inch blooms of soft mauve-blue. Twine it through a Rose or open-habit shrub; let it climb a trellis or arbor; festoon its stems and blooms along a fence; or even use it to cover an unsightly stump or other garden blight. Bonanza™ is prepared for any challenge.

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Clematis Blue Light

Clematis lovers, your dreams have come true! Blue Light® is a magnificent double-flowered blue, with blooms up to 6 inches across, packed with petals, and arising all over the place not once but twice every year! Add to this a dwarf plant habit that makes Blue Light® perfect for containers and other small spaces, and you’ve got the best thing that’s happened to the American garden in a long, long time.

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Clematis ‘Veronica’s Choice’

Double Your Pleasure with Two Seasons of Bloom. Veronica’s Choice blooms in late spring and then in late summer. Veronica’s Choice features fully double, bicolored blossoms ranging from pale lavender streaked with rose to deep purple on strong 6- to 8-foot vines. This dynamic plant blooms profusely over two seasons each year; first on old […]

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Clematis ‘Niobe’

Like crushed velvet, the huge midnight-red blooms of ‘Niobe’ glow with rich color, brilliantly offset by a slender, prominent center of bright yellow. Simply the best red Clematis we know, ‘Niobe’ is floriferous and blooms over a long summer season on compact, manageable 6 foot vines. Just the right size for the mailbox, pillar, or container of any type, ‘Niobe’ dazzles from the moment the buds open–the blooms are initially nearly black, then mature to deep ruby. Unforgettable.

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Clematis ‘My Angel’

Clematis tangutica My Angel boasts not one but two amazing features; highly unusual flower coloration; and showy plumed fruitheads! This hardy, vigorous climber sports 3/4-inch nodding flowers with petals of purplish-red on the outside, yellow-orange on the inside, and cream around the edges. Blooms begin in June and last through September, followed by wispy, elegant silvery fruitheads freely borne among the disease- and pollution-tolerant foliage.

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Clematis ‘Miss Bateman’

A Magnificent Rebloomer. Winner of the Award of Garden Merit from the Royal Horticulture Society. One of the first Clematis to bloom in late spring — and then generously repeating at season’s end! — ‘Miss Bateman’ is a rare delight for garden or container. Compact, very heavy-flowered, and boasting charming silvery seedheads in addition to […]

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Gardenia ‘Fragrant Pathways’

A Ground Cover Gardenia with Big Double Blooms! Heavenly scent! Originally developed for superior cold-hardiness, ‘Fragrant Pathways’ also breaks new ground for compact habit, big double blooms, and powerfully sweet fragrance! A groundcover Gardenia extraordinaire, it belongs in your sunny to partly shaded bed, border, and containers, as well as along walkways and other heavily-trafficked […]

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Rosa ‘Iceberg’

Considered by many the finest white Rose for landscape use, Iceberg has been a favorite for many years, and deserves a place of honor in your garden. Long, pointed buds open to 2½- to 4-inch blooms of pure white kissed with appleblossom at the base all over this vigorous, neat little shrub!

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Clematis ‘Fascination’

A Compact Rambler, Perfect for Containers Each bell-shaped bloom is a masterpiece of violet and silver! This rambling Clematis reaches 4 to 5 feet long and sets hundreds of small, bell-shaped 1 1/2-inch blooms over a long summer season. Each flower is rich violet edged in silver, breathtakingly beautiful and ready for cutting or garden […]

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Clematis ‘Broughton Star’

Thousands of Semi-Double Blooms Needs No Pruning If you love the late-blooming giant Sweet Autumn Clematis, you must try its spring-flowering relative! A C. montana hybrid that grows very quickly and never needs pruning (hurrah!), ‘Broughton Star’ offers thousands of semi-double pink blooms over a long season. It is no exaggeration to say that when in bloom, […]

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Clematis ‘Belle of Woking’

Pale flowers are simply unforgettable! This rare heirloom has been a gardening favorite since introduction in 1875! Introduced in 1875, this rare heirloom bears fluffy, fully double, 4-inch pompons that are unlike any other large-flowered hybrid. Their delicate complexion of palest pink fades to soft silvery-mauve, creating an unforgettable effect as great clouds appear in […]

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Aster ‘Wonder of Staffa’

Nonstop Lavender-Blue Blooms for Months one of the finest plants introduced in the past 50 years. Blooms from early summer till frost. You will wonder how you ever got along without this long-blooming, easy-care plant. Blue flowers are always welcome in the garden and this Aster will give you more radiant lavender-blue than you ever […]

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Aster ‘Monch’

Rated one of the top perennials of all time for color, flower power, and easy care. If you ever see a more attractive, longer-blooming Aster than Monch, buy it at once! Garden experts agree that it is one of the all-time great performers, sending up gorgeous flowers over an astoundingly long season. And such flowers, […]

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Allium (Nectaroscordum) Siculum

This ornamental Allium is an heirloom favorite, treasured in Europe for more than 300 years! Just the thing for the water-saving garden, this carefree Allium shoots up 2 1/2 to 3 feet tall and erupts into a dozen or more colorful blooms in the sun-soaked garden! The flowers are distinctive, too — with a greenish-white […]

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Allium Karataviense ‘Ivory Queen’

Distinctive Architectural Interest and Long-Lasting in the Vase! Broad, glaucous foliage shows off the globe-shaped blooms to beautiful effect! This improved selection of ‘Ivory White’ is valued for its foliage, showy flowers, and dwarf 6- to 9-inch height. Masses of fragrant white florets create handsome 6-inch balls in early summer, very attractive against the rosette […]

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Allium Giganteum

Basketball-Sized Blooms Last for Months! These giant 6- to 9-inch flowerheads open green, then turn deep violet, and may be dried as Everlastings for months of beauty! Giant Allium is a spectacular beauty, offering incredible 6- to 9-inch flowerheads that begin green, then mature to a long-lasting rich violet. The species from which the famous […]

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Allium ‘Purple Sensation’

Bold Exclamation Points for the Sunny Garden. Each 3-inch flowerhead is studded with up to 50 blooms! A summer garden without Allium is like a cake without frosting — where’s the sweetness and fun? This super-easy bulb is just made for dotting around the sunny annual, perennial, or shrub border, popping up on the patio, […]

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Allium Atropurpureum

Deep Maroon “”Hemispheres”” Add Drama to the Late Spring Garden! A striking accent to pastel-toned blooms, and a long-lasting cut flower. (Heirloom, 1800). One of the most dramatic members of the Allium family, this late-spring to early-summer bloomer sports masses of outstretched stars in a rounded 2-inch flowerhead. Each wine-red bloom has a round green […]

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Allium ‘Globemaster’

Fluffy Violet Blooms as Big as Soccer Balls! Enjoy the fresh flowers for 3 weeks, then let them dry for terrific Everlasting arrangements that last for months! Early in summer, 2 1/2- to 3-foot stems are topped by gigantic violet-pink flowerheads — some fully 8 inches wide! This terrific Dutch hybrid blooms for up to […]

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Allium Schubertii

Two “”Looks”” for Every Bloom! Wonderfully fragrant. Whatever else you plant this year, make room for this amazing Allium. It’s not to be missed, a fragrant, highly unusual early summer bloomer that gives you not one but two “”looks”” on every bloomstem. You simply won’t believe it, so be sure to place it in a […]

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Allium Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Allium ‘Purple Sensation’ Each 3-inch flowerhead of deep purple is crammed with 50 or more small blooms. Towering over silvery green foliage, they are impervious to cold, drought, heat, pests and even deer! Grow in a very well-drained soil. Pk 20.Qty 1 PK 20 Bulb. Zones 4 – […]

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Agastache Purple Haze

Compact Enough for Containers, but Big Garden Impact The lavender blooms are joined by rosy-red calyces for a charming two-tone effect. So compact that it can be grown in containers, this lovely Anise Hyssop sports tall, elegant spikes of lavender with rosy-red calyces in late summer. Lasting for many weeks, the blooms attract butterflies by […]

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Agastache Black Adder

Far longer-blooming than older varieties! Plant Patent Applied For. Cultivar name: ‘Black Adder’.Is there anything more magnificent in the summer and early fall garden than long-blooming, butterfly- and hummingbird-friendly Hyssop? This new variety will complement older Hyssops with its nearly-black buds and rich, deeply-colored red-violet blooms. You just can’t find a better, more carefree performer […]

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Agastache Coronado

The Longest-Blooming Agastache of All Few sights compare to a fully-blooming Coronado in the sunny late-season garden, its blooms radiant orange-yellow, its peppermint-scented foliage tossing silvery glints, and its habit neat and compact. The longest-blooming member of its family, it demonstrates superb heat tolerance, attracting butterflies and hummingbirds as it flowers through the worst August […]

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Cryptomeria ‘Black Dragon’

Darkest Foliage and Best BranchingDeep and dense, the foliage on this small tree is highly aromatic. A delight in miniature form, this splendid new Japanese Cedar reaches only 5 feet tall and 7 feet wide after 10 years’ growth, but every branch is suffused with color, fragrance, and even a handful of small cones! Very […]

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Thuja Occidentalis ‘Umbraculifera’

Lacy Aquamarine Foliage on a Slow-Growing DwarfAlmost unknown in this country, it is a European favorite. Why hasn’t this splendid dwarf Thuja become the darling of American gardens? Popular in Germany for more than a century, the low, spreading tree grows very slowly, reaching only a few feet high and wide at maturity, yet drawing […]

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Dwarf Conifer Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components. Picea ‘Pumila’ 40354. Boasting greater vigor, darker green foliage, and a more dense, full centered habit than previous Dwarf Norway Spruces, this evergreen dwarf is the ideal accent Conifer. It is resistant to winter burn and able to take more summer heat than earlier varieties, slowly growing into […]

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Cryptomeria ‘Radicans’

A Magnificent Specimen for the Japanese Garden, turns a bronzy purple in winter. Few trees have the majestic look or easy care of this splendid Japanese Cedar. Radicans is a quick grower, and is not prone to the tip blight from which many other C. japonica cultivars suffer. It forms a tall, slender, wonderfully dense […]

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Albizia Julibrissin ‘Summer Chocolate’

Albizia julibrissin ‘Summer Chocolate’ sweetly fragrant pink blossoms accentuate bold, chocolate foliage Plant Patent. One of the most exciting new plant introductions in years, ‘Summer Chocolate’ was first discovered by Dr. Masato Yokoi in Japan in 1990 as a seedling. Its ferny compound leaves emerge bronze-green in late spring, then darken to a rich burgundy-chocolate […]

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Thuja ‘Filiformis’

Two-Tone Weeping Evergreen Beauty New foliage is bright green, maturing to rich reddish-brown. ‘Filiformis’ is elegant enough to use as a specimen, but its engaging two-tone foliage, slow growth, and superb garden-worthiness may tempt you into using it as a long, low hedge or even a foundation planting. Utterly distinctive yet very easy to grow, […]

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Thuja Degroot’s Spire

Fragrant evergreen foliage has a fascinating twist.Foliage turns rich bronze and purple in cold weather. Fissures and peels in red bark add to architectural appeal. Fragrant evergreen foliage with a fascinating twisted shape turns rich bronze and purple in cold weather on this dwarf columnar tree. The reddish bark fissures and peels, adding to the […]

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Leyland Cypress

Cupressocyparis leylandii reaches its mature size in just 10 years! Cupressocyparis leylandii (Leyland Cypress) is among the finest evergreens for creating a dense screen. This bi-generic hybrid grows in upright pyramidal form 30 feet tall and 6 feet wide in 10 years, offering fragrant, thick foliage that serves as an effective windbreak or privacy fence […]

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Syringa Prairie Petite

Compact, Ultra-Fragrant Dwarf, Just 3 to 4 feet high and wide, it’s ideal for small gardens and even containers. Small enough for containers and covered with big, bright pink blooms that mature to lavender, Prairie Petite is the answer to gardeners’ dreams. Finally you can have a fully blooming Lilac hedge in a small garden, […]

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Chaenomeles ‘Iwai Nishiki’

Armloads of Blooms on an Elegant Horizontal Habit! This Japanese selection is low-growing and spreading! This Japanese Flowering Quince is a spectacular combination of color and form. The blooms are large, double-flowered, and held in big clusters, and the plant is quick-growing with nearly horizontal branching, creating a lovely “”layered”” look in any space. As […]

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Franklinia Alatamaha

Flowers From August to Frost! Greenish, pearl-like buds erupt into delicate white chalices with orangish-gold stamens. In 1777, this exquisite fall-flowering tree was brought from the banks of the Alatamaha River in Georgia to John Bartram’s garden in Philadelphia. Recognizing its extraordinary beauty and value, Bartram named it in honor of his lifelong friend, Benjamin […]

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Ginkgo Biloba ‘Spring Grove’

A DWARF Ginkgo! The leaves are full-size, giving a stunning look to this 4-foot beauty! Perfect for bonsai and irresistible as a container or patio tree, this completely dwarf Ginkgo is one of the most attractive trees to come along in years! It’s got the same rugged attitude toward life as full-size Ginkgos, plus a […]

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Taxodium ‘Cascade Falls’

The First-Ever WEEPING Baldcypress! Hardy through zone 10, and so adaptable to cold, heat, drought, and more! On Sale Today! at Wayside Gardens. An exciting new look for a beloved native conifer! Cascade Falls is the first weeping Baldcypress, combining the soft foliage, gorgeous fall color, and great adaptability of the standard 70-foot tree with […]

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Ilex Sky Pencil

Ilex Sky Pencil Sky Pencil deserves a place of honor in any garden due to its bold architectural form and lustrous forest green leaves. This telephone-pole-shaped Japanese Holly was introduced in 1985 by the National Arboretum. Its fastigate shape adds texture to the garden, and its forest-green leaves remain lustrous year-round- perfect for an entryway […]

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Thuja Steeplechase

A Denser, Fuller Sport of Thuja ‘Green Giant’ An improvement over the popular Green Giant, with even more dense foliage. You will LOVE Thuja Steeplechase, a new and improved sport of our bestselling Thuja Green Giant. Plant Patent #16,094. A sport of — and great improvement over — the popular privacy tree Thuja Green Giant, […]

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Juniperus ‘Skyrocket’

Stunning rich blue foliage! Narrow columnar grower reaches height of 15 feet in 10 to 12 years! This extremely narrow (18 inches at maturity!) columnar or fastigiate grower has rich blue foliage and reaches a height of 15 feet in 10 to 12 years. It retains its juvenile foliage form throughout its life. Preferring open […]

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Ginkgo Biloba ‘Autumn Gold’

The Best for Brilliant Fall Color! Our choice for the most beautiful Ginkgo of all, ‘Autumn Gold’ is a male selection that will never set the messy fruits that mar the enjoyment of so many other Ginkgos. It is much slow-growing than the species, gradually reaching its full majestic size of 35 to 50 feet […]

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Vainiglia Sanguigno Pigmented Orange Tree

Vainiglia Sanguigno is an acidless sweet orange with a pink flesh pigmented by lycopene, a carotenoid. The tree is small to medium-sized at maturity with a round form. The round fruit is medium in size, seedy, with a smooth orange rind of medium thickness. The flesh adjacent to the albedo is pink, and this pink pigmentation often extends to the interior of the fruit, especially in the vicinity of the section membranes. Because of its lack of acidity, the fruit can be eaten as early as late fall or early winter. The fruit is very juicy and is especially prized by Middle-Eastern people.

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Skaggs Bonanza Dwarf Navel Orange Tree

Our Dwarf Skaggs Bonanza tree is a large navel orange tree that bears more fruit than the Washington variety and ripens 2 weeks earlier and an 8:1 solids to acid ratio about a week earlier on average than Washington navel. Bonanza also reaches color break ahead of Fisher navel, but it reaches an 8:1 solids to acid ratio after Fisher during most seasons. The Skaggs Bonanza fruit is good sized with a very thin rind compared to Washington, Newhall, Fisher and Lane Late navel orange varieties.

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Rhode Red Valencia Orange Tree

Rhode Red Valencia was discovered in 1955 in a grove near Sebring, Florida, by Paul Rhode, Sr., of Winter Haven. Some budwood was put on sour orange stock which caused dwarfing and some on rough lemon which produced large, vigorous, productive trees. In 1974, 5 trees were accepted into the Citrus Budwood Registration Program but there was no budwood free of exocortis and xyloporosis viruses. The fruit equals ‘Valencia’ insoluble solids, excels ‘Valencia’ in volume of juice, is less acid, has slightly less ascorbic acid, but has a far more colorful juice due to its high content of cryptoxanthin, a precursor of vitamin A which remains nearly stable during processing.

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Midknight Valencia Orange Tree

Midknight trees are reported to be slower growing and more frost-susceptible than Valencia. In Lindcove, California, the fruit reach legal maturity in late January/ early February. The solids-to-acid ratio of Midknight fruit is higher in April than Delta and Olinda due to lower average acidity. Midknight fruit in Lindcove California also have firmer and thicker rind than Delta or Olinda Valencia selections, but lower juice content than Delta and Olinda possibly due to thickness of rind (Arpaia Delta strain trial).

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Cara Cara Pink Navel Orange Tree

Cara Cara navel orange, a mutation that occurred on a Washington navel orange tree, was discovered in 1976 at Hacienda Cara Cara in Venezuela. Most tree and fruit characteristics reflect its Washington navel orange ancestry, but the flesh is deep pink, similar to the darkest of the red grapefruit varieties. This rich color is due to the presence of lycopene, a carotenoid in the same family as beta carotene. Rarely, the normally green-leafed trees will produce variegated-leafed twigs. These twigs, when left to grow and fruit, may produce fruits with striped rind.

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Sanguinelli Blood Orange Tree

Sanguinelli is a late midseason blood orange variety from Spain. The variety originated as a limbsport of Doblefina which came to light about 1950. The tree is small to medium in size, spineless, and very productive.

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Olinda Valencia Orange Tree

Olinda Valencia (VI 242) originated as a chance seedling of Valencia orange found by H. J. Webber and L. D. Batchelor of the Citrus Research Center in the yard of O. Smith at Olinda in 1939 and released in 1957. Since the fruit and tree characteristics of Olinda Valencia are considered to be indistinguishable from Frost Valencia, the chance seedling is now thought to have a nucellar origin and to be genetically the same as Frost Valencia.

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Pineapple Navel Orange Tree

Pineapple orange originated from seedlings planted about 1860 near Citra, FL. Its fruit are medium large, somewhat flattened on both ends, with a moderately thick, smooth peel that develops good orange color under cool night conditions. Juice color and quality are very good. It usually contains 15-25 seeds. ‘Pineapple’ matures about Thanksgiving in the Valley. Unfortunately, the name ‘Pineapple’ has been used in Texas to designate seedy oranges, which includes both ‘Parson Brown’ and true ‘Pineapple’ orange. Basically, if the orange in question matures well before Thanksgiving, it isn’t ‘Pineapple’.

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Navelina Navel Orange Tree

Navelina or Dalmau (VI 532) was originally called Smith’s Early at the Citrus Research Center when it was selected as a budsport selection from the Rubidoux Tract variety block about 1910. ‘Smith’s Early’ was exported to Spain in 1933 from the Citrus Research Center in Riverside CA. This variety underwent extensive selection in Spain, and was reintroduced to California from Spain in 1990 under the name Navelina.

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Valencia Sweet Orange Tree

The Valencia or Murcia orange is one of the sweet oranges used for juice extraction. The dwarf Valencia orange tree is also among the easiest citrus tree to grow. It is a late-season fruit, and therefore a popular variety when the navel oranges are out of season. This is why the orange was chosen to be the official mascot of the 1982 FIFA World Cup held in Spain.

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Everhard Navel Orange Tree

This may be one of the best dwarf oranges for the home gardener. For starters, the Everhard Navel Orange is more compact than the average navel orange tree. And fruit crops are generally heavy. Navel oranges are easy to peel and are the premier orange for eating out-of-hand.

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Tarocco Blood Orange Tree

Tarocco is a medium-large to large blood orange variety with few to no seeds. Tarocco blood orange is one of the major blood orange varieties of the world. The distinctive color is a natural mutation and is due to the presence of anthocyanin, the same plant compound that is responsible for the color of pomegranates. The distinctive color requires a chilly winter to develop properly.

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Hamlin Sweet Orange Tree

Hamlin originated as a chance seedling in an orchard planted in 1879 near Deland, FL. Its fruit are round, small to medium, commercially seedless (0-6 seeds) and has a smooth, thin peel. Both peel and juice color are poor. It matures in late September in the Valley.

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Delta Valencia Orange Tree

The trees are similar in vigor to Valencia trees, but slightly more erect in shape. The fruit are virtually seedless; occasionally a fruit will have one or two seeds. The total soluble solids or sugars and acidity are reported to be slightly lower than other Valencia selections. In Lindcove, California, the fruit reach legal maturity in late January/early February.

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Marrs Early Orange Tree

Marrs arose as a limb sport of ‘Washington’ navel in 1927 in Donna, TX. The tree is small by comparison to other oranges. Its fruit are medium large, round to slightly oblate, with a thin, smooth, moderately thick peel that is easily bruised during harvest. It can contain as many as nine seeds. The peel is yellowish, as is the juice, but quality is not particularly good because of low acidity, although the flavor is sweet. It matures in late September.

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Navelate Navel Orange Tree

Navelate (VI 548) is a selection discovered in 1948 in the Castellon Province of Spain as a limb spot on a Washington navel orange tree. This selection was released for propagation in Spain in 1957 and imported into California in 1991. As a recent import into California, it has not been evaluated extensively yet.

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N-33 Navel Orange Tree

The fruit of the N-33 Navel Orange tree is a lovely orange color, delicious, easily peeled, seedless fruit. It is produced by this medium sized tree and recognized as one of the sweetest oranges ever developed. The tree offers fragrant flowers in spring and beautiful foliage year round.

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Ruby Blood Orange Tree

The development of blood coloration in Ruby is variable and for this reason, it has not become a popular variety. In California’s coastal region, it never develops red pigmentation. Ruby is at its best in hot interior districts, however under these conditions the pigmentation is still variable. Ruby has since been used as a parent variety in the development of new varieties of citrus and it has been found that although Ruby itself is poorly colored, its progeny tends to be very highly colored.

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Carter Navel Orange Tree

Navel orange trees, in general, and Carter navel orange trees in particular, are not very vigorous trees. They have a round, somewhat drooping canopy and grow to a moderate size at maturity. The flowers lack viable pollen so the Carter navel orange will not pollinate other citrus trees. Because of the lack of functional pollen and viable ovules, the Carter navel orange produces seedless fruits.

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Shamouti Orange Tree

Shamouti oranges, also known as Jaffas, are an important Mediterranean orange mostly associated with Israel, and are fragrant and pleasantly sweet. Jaffa reportedly does not store well on-tree and tends to alternate bearing. Occasional blood orange flecking has been noted in a couple of smaller plantings in some seasons, although such flecking is not reported in the literature for either variety. Acreage is very limited.

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Henderson-Ray Grapefruit Tree

‘Henderson’ and ‘Ray’ are usually lumped together in the industry as they are nearly indistinguishable. Both were discovered in the Valley in the early 1970′s.The fruit of these two varieties is similar to ‘Ruby Red’ except that the peel is more attractive than ‘Ruby Red’ and the flesh is even redder. It retains some semblance of redness far longer than is the case with ‘Ruby Red’.

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Ruby Red Grapefruit Tree

‘Ruby Red’ was discovered on a ‘Pink Marsh’ tree in 1929 in McAllen, TX, and was patented in 1934. The fruit is of excellent quality, seedless ( 0 to 6 seeds), red-fleshed, oblate and thin skinned. The fruit usually has a red blush on an otherwise yellow peel.

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Rio Red Grapefruit Tree

Large, fragrant blooms and nearly white flesh make the Rio Red a standout variety. Sweeter than most grapefruit and great for juicing, ‘Rio Red’s’ juicy red flesh is a favorite at breakfast. Importantly, it is more tolerant of cold than other varieties. You can enjoy these citrus trees indoors in winter and on the patio all summer long. Hardy in Zones 9–10.

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Okitsu Wase Satsuma Mandarin Tree

The Okitsu originated as a nucellar seedling of Miyagawa from a controlled pollination with Poncirus trifoliate made by Doctors M. Kajiura and T. Iwasaki at the Horticultural Research Station, Okitsu, in 1940. This fruit is seedless with good flavor and low acid content. The Satsumas are cold hardy and form a compact growing tree. They are the earliest mandarins in the marketplace.

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Miho and Seto Mandarin Tree

The color of Miho fruit develops in late summer and early fall; peel is smooth and thin and leathery. It is easy to peel and has high sugar levels. It is a slow growing dwarf tree. The fruit should be harvested around or just before Thanksgiving. The color of Seto fruit develops in late summer and early fall; peel is notably smoother and thinner than other satsumas. The fruit is noticeably flat and hence packs extremely well. The Seto fruit should also be harvested just before Thanksgiving. Maintain them with weekly watering and weed control.

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Satsuma Mandarin Orange Tree

Satsuma mandarin trees (Citrus unshiu Marc.) are among the most cold hardy citrus varieties that have sufficient fruit quality for potential commercial marketing as well as for homeowners outside the typical citrus belt in the Lower Rio Grande Valley.

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Kimbrough Satsuma Tree

November through December is the peak time for Satsumas. Fruit matures before the rind develops an orange color so occasionally sample one starting in late October to determine if they are ripe. Unlike other citrus, Satsuma fruit holds poorly on the tree after ripening and should be picked promptly. If fruit is left on the tree too long after they mature, they become puffy or pithy and loose their flavor.

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Thornless Mexican Lime Tree

The Thornless Mexican Lime Tree is by far the most popular lime tree in North America. Although not as cold hardy as some other dwarf citrus trees, the dwarf Mexican Lime tree can be successfully container-grown on a sunny porch, your patio or indoors.

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Mexican Lime Tree

The trees are moderately-sized and bushy, almost shrub-like, and the leaves are distinctively aromatic when crushed. Mexican lime trees are sensitive to cold. The blossoms are pure white and fragrant. The fruits are small, approximately one and one-half inches in diameter, and almost round, with a thin, smooth, greenish-yellow rind at maturity that is especially fragrant. The flesh is greenish-yellow, seedy, and highly acidic, with a fine texture. Once Mexican limes reach full maturity, usually in autumn to early winter, they drop from the tree.

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Davidia Involucrata ‘Sonoma’

Giant “Handkerchiefs” a Foot Long! Begins flowering at age 2 or 3 — so you may get blooms the first year in your garden! Have you ever dreamed of planting a Dove Tree (Davidia), only to learn that it wouldn’t start blooming until it was at least 10 years old? Even for those of us […]

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Seedless Lisbon Lemon Tree

Grow lemons on the patio and enjoy the sight and scent of indoor winter blooms with this container-sized Lisbon Lemon tree. Productive, commercial variety that is more tolerant of heat, cold, and wind than other lemons. Fruit can be harvested year round in most areas. Evergreen. Full sun. To about 10 feet, or clip to […]

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Ponderosa Lemon Tree

The ‘Five Pound Lemon’ The Ponderosa Lemon Tree is a gigantic citrus tree specimen with a very large, bumpy skinned lemon usually weighing 2-4 pounds. Some have renamed it as the ‘Five Pound Lemon’ . Intensely fragrant flowers producing loads of these huge lemons. Self-fertile. A real conversation piece.

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Zucchini Buckingham

The perfect Zucchini for today’s smaller gardens, Buckingham gives you good yields over a long season from a dwarf bush that just keeps setting scrumptious golden fruit! Best picked at 6 to 7 inches long, this summer squash is tender and succulent, with a bright color that matches its mild, sweet flavor. Reaching 18 inches […]

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Rosa Double Knock Out

Sister of the Famous Knock Out Greatest Landscape Rose! Superb disease resistance — especially to blackspot! Several years ago, Knock Out, wowed gardeners everywhere with its superb performance as a landscape Rose. Not only was it a tireless bloomer all summer and into fall, but it was terrifically resistant to blackspot and other diseases, keeping […]

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Rosa Rainbow Knock Out

Unsurpassed Floriferousness and Disease Resistance By far the most floriferous Knock Out, as well as the most disease-resistant. The Knock Out series just keeps getting better, and Rainbow Knock Out is without a doubt its greatest star yet. Not only is this the most floriferous Knock Out (by far), it is also the most disease-free […]

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Scabiosa Ochroleuca

Scabiosa ochroleuca: This drought-tolerant plant is a great addition to borders or rock gardens! Two-inch flowers of the softest yellow are borne mid-spring to mid-fall atop plants 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 feet tall and wide. Great for borders or rock gardens, they are quite drought-tolerant. The long-lasting cut flowers and enduring seedheads make unusual […]

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Frost Eureka Lemon Tree

Eureka lemon is one of the most commonly-grown lemons in California and a major variety throughout the citrus-growing world. It originated in a group of seedling trees grown in Los Angeles, California in the 1850s. The seeds that produced these trees were of Italian origin.

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Improved Meyer Lemon Tree

Compact enough for container growth indoors or out! Grow lemons on the patio and enjoy the sight and scent of indoor winter blooms with this container-sized Lemon tree! Compact enough even for urban balconies and limited-space gardens, Meyer Improved will begin bearing large, juicy, thick-skinned fruit at an early age and just keep producing!Even if […]

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Bicolor Daffodil Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Narcissus Jetfire Blast off with these dramatic, wonderfully fragrant little blooms! Each is a miniature masterpiece, with bent-back golden petals and a long, narrow, heavily ruffled orange trumpet that really does look like jetfire! 8-inch stems. Great for the south! Qty 1 PK 20 Bulb. Zones 4 – […]

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Double Daffodil Collection

This collection is comprised of 3 components: Narcissus ‘Rip Van Winkle’ This fragrant, frilly beauty has been delighting gardeners for more than a century! Fully double flowers arise early to midseason on stems just 5 to 6 inches high. Very quick to naturalize, this miniature is a good choice for warm climates. Qty 1 PK […]

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Aquilegia ‘Clementine Salmon Rose’

A new color for the magnificent Clementine series! These big, double-flowered, blooms hold their heads up high over a long mid-spring through midsummer season. They open a dark, rich shade of salmon, then gradually mature to a softer lavender-purple. A fully-blooming plant contains half a dozen or more differing hues, for a lovely display over […]

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Aquilegia ‘Origami Mix’

Perfect for containers as well as the garden, because the flowers face straight up! Rocky Mountain Columbine (the state flower of Colorado) is a magnificent sight growing wild, but you haven’t seen anything until you’ve grown this stunning new variety for the garden. Origami Mix is a beautiful blend of 6 colors (4 of them […]

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Clematis Jackmanii

A spectacle from June through September — that’s 4 full months of bloom! The classic Clematis beloved by gardeners for more than 100 years, C. x jackmanii blooms so heavily from June through September that you should abandon all hope of viewing the foliage! One of the loveliest climbers of all time, it will remain […]

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Clematis Franziska Marie

Trust Clematarian Raymond Evison to come up with the highest-performing Clematis ever grown! Absolutely tops for nonstop production of giant, 100% fully double blue blooms from early summer right into fall, Franzsiska Marie leaves other Clematis dangling on the vine when it comes to petal power and sheer abundance of flowers. Developed by master Clematarian […]

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Clematis Rooguchi

This Japanese Clematis is a tireless bloomer! One of the most popular Clematis for its charming blue bells and extraordinarily long bloomtime, Clematis Rooguchi is a delight in any garden. It is a non-clinging variety that is useful as groundcover as well as in large containers and the garden, and it will regale you with […]

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Clematis Vienetta

At Last, an EASY-TO-GROW Clematis Sieboldii! Perfect for containers as well as the garden. For years Clematis sieboldiana has been grown as a houseplant, but has not been dependable enough for widespread garden use. Well, those days are behind us, thanks to Vienetta. This robust, vigorous, large-flowered variety is suitable for the garden or for […]

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Clematis Cassis

Unique Plum Rosettes with Great Staying Power! The petals open very slowly on this Clematis, keeping the flower looking fresh for many weeks! Plant Patent #16,012. Cultivar name: ‘Evipo020′.Now how’s this for a completely unique Clematis. Raymond Evison, a leading authority on Clematis, developed this utterly one-of-a-kind variety, and I think this time he’s really […]

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Clematis Wisley

Extra-vigorous, thanks to its Clematis viticella parentage. Plant Patent #17,705. Cultivar name: ‘Evipo001′. A Clematis to treasure for many years to come, Wisley? is the latest introduction from renowned Clematarian Raymond Evison. It combines the look of C. jackmanii flowers — large, blue, and elegantly crinkled — with the vigor of C. viticella cultivars, and […]

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Nepeta ‘Walker’s Low’

Nepeta ‘Walker’s Low’: The gray-green foliage is highly aromatic. Cats won’t bother this delightful Catmint, but everyone else in the garden simply won’t be able to leave it alone! The foliage (a soft gray-green, very pleasing) is highly aromatic, while the large lavender-blue blossoms, topping the leaves on tall, crowded stakes, arise heavily from late […]

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Buddleia ‘Blue Chip’

Less than 2 Feet Tall and WideBlooms continuously (rather than in waves) and never needs deadheading. The first in the exciting new Lo & Behold? series of miniature Buddleias introduced by the Raulston Arboretum, this mounding, well-branched plant reaches less than 2 feet high and wide, yet flowers continuously (rather than in waves) and never […]

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Buddleia ‘Black Knight’

Black Knight Bears Unusual and Showy Color This cultivar is one of the hardiest of all Buddleias Buddleias are of course known for their prolific blooms and Black Knight takes it to a higher level. An extra-heavy producer, its blue-black flowers are particularly striking in direct sun. This beauty is also one of the hardiest […]

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Butterfly Flower

Butterfly Flower: Big orange blooms welcome summer, attract butterflies and gardeners in droves! Why can’t all wildflowers be as beautiful as bright, hardy Butterfly Flower? Big orange flowerheads burst into bloom in mid- to late summer, attracting every butterfly in the neighborhood to your garden and stealing the show with color so rich it almost […]

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Asclepias ‘Hello Yellow’

A Hardy Native, Topped with Gold and Utterly Carefree! Exciting new separate color — golden-yellow! One of the finest native American perennials, Asclepias brightens the mid- to late-summer sunny garden with massive bloomheads, followed by handsome seedpods that are unequalled in dried arrangements. Now this coppery-orange species has a bright yellow cousin with the same […]

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Rhododendron ‘Percy Wiseman’

One of the classic Rhododendrons, ‘Percy Wiseman’ Azaleas offer late spring blooms of unusual beauty and great changeability. The flowers open in a wash of pastel peach, pink, and creamy-yellow tones, then mature to a creamy-ivory with faint pink and green strokes. Borne in clusters of a dozen or more all over compact, very free-flowering […]

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Rhododendron ‘Capistrano’

Rhododendron Capistrano freely produces frilly, lemon-yellow flowers in mid season The late Dr. David Leach, a pioneer in the development of hardy Rhododendrons for American gardens, considered this to be his best yellow. Plant it in your garden and we’re sure you’ll think so too! Growth habit of ‘Capistrano’ is compact and spreading, reaching 4 […]

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Rhododendron ‘PJM Compacta’

One of the most popular Rhododendrons is ‘PJM,’ and this compact version is even better, with larger blooms, more substantial foliage substance and shape, and terrific floriferousness. Cold-hardy to -25 degrees F, it’s also a fine choice for the north, where many Rhodies are not happy. If you are looking for an early-blooming, absolutely foolproof […]

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Lilium ‘Flore Pleno’

The Incomparable and Hard-to-Find Double-Flowered Tiger Lily! Showy, long-lasting blooms boast exquisite form and fascinating speckles. (Heirloom 1870) ‘Flore Pleno’ displays the same deep orange-scarlet color and dark chocolate speckles as single-flowered Tiger Lilies, but adds layer upon layer of reflexed petals for a distinctively tentacled appearance. The generous 4- to 5-inch blooms lack stamens, […]

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Lilium Martagon

2 Dozen or More Deep Maroon Blooms on Every Plant! Rose-maroon or lilac flowers appear in mid- to late-summer on plants that reach up to 5 feet tall! (Heirloom 1568) This charming Turk’s-Cap Lily boasts the widest geographical distribution of any in its family. Early- to midsummer blooming, it offers color-drenched 2-inch flowers of rose-maroon […]

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Iris x Germanica ‘Pride of Ireland’

Light yellow falls, awash with pale green, sport darker green undersides that show brilliantly in bud. Mid- to late season.

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Iris x Germanica ‘Immortality’

No matter how crowded your garden may be, find a spot for this incredible reblooming Bearded Iris! ‘Immortality’ is one of the loveliest Irises, with pure white petals offset by lemony beards, but also one of the most prolific, with 2 to 3 stems per clump and armloads of blooms both in early and late summer. And because of its short stature, it’s the perfect choice for the front of the Iris garden! Ahead of its time, it’s a reblooming Iris that was introduced way back in 1982 — and has never been surpassed for reliability and beauty!

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Iris x Germanica ‘Copper Classic’

The large coppery-orange flowers of Copper Classic are adorned with tangerine beards and bloom midseason to bridge the gap between spring bulbs and summer flowers. The distinctive form and unusual warm, sultry color combination of this easy perennial dapple the late spring to early summer landscape and combine to beautiful effect with the blues and purples of the Iris garden. Plant in mass in the border, on the blazing patio, along a sun-soaked wall — anywhere you want ever-increasing drifts of radiant color! Our healthy, drought-tolerant, top-size rhizomes take a season to establish. Grows about 34 to 36 inches tall.

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Iris Sibirica ‘Golden Edge’

The micro-thin yellow edge on each of these petals is so subtle you may miss it until you realize that it outlines the bloom perfectly, as if backlighting it in the garden! A very dramatic combination of midnight-blue and bright gold, ‘Golden Edge’ is a triumph of color as well as an ultra-vigorous Siberian Iris by the most renowned breeder of the species.

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Iris Setosa ‘Baby Blue’

Are you familiar with Bristly Iris? It takes its name from its tiny, stiff standards, which are all but lost in the beauty of the large, magnificent falls. ‘Baby Blue’ is a dwarf selection of this cold-climate loving Iris, sporting enormous blooms of blue with a tongue of white, yellow, and navy-blue near the base of each petal. It belongs front and center in the partly shaded garden, both for its splendid cutflower beauty and for its readiness to naturalize.

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Iris Louisiana ‘Bold Pretender’

Bold Pretender is such a fine plant for the sunny to lightly shaded garden. It loves the wet, boggy soils that most other perennials avoid, and flowers heavily in early to midsummer, with radiant two-tone red blooms. Easy to care for, this native American plant is untroubled by most pests and diseases, adding beauty and grace to any setting.

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Iris Louisiana ‘Black Gamecock’

Most of us have one or two garden spots that very few plants will thrive in because of excessive moisture or standing water. Well, those boggy eyesores are about to become the showplaces of the garden! Black Gamecock, one of the few Louisiana Irises available as a separate color, absolutely flourishes in wet soils, regaling you with giant near-black blooms in early summer and returning effortlessly year after year! It’s far and away the most vigorous Louisiana Iris ever grown, and it’s ready to take up residence in your sunny to partly shady garden NOW.

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Iris Cristata Tennessee White

So white that they brighten every bloom around them, the abundant flowers of this Dwarf Crested Iris are the perfect patio, border, and edging standout. Their color intensifies in late afternoon and evening (as darker colors recede), making them the star of any setting. And this plant spreads so quickly that even a small planting this season will multiply over time into a large, glorious colony.

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Iris Chrysographes

We are honored to make this Chinese species available to Wayside gardeners this spring! A moisture-loving Iris that thrives in waterside plantings and other damp, even wet soils, I. chrysographes sports blooms of such a dark purple they appear black, shot with gold streaks near the petal edges. Dramatic, hard to find, and very choice, I. chrysographes is nonetheless easy to grow and very willing to adapt to varying climates and conditions.

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Iris ensata ‘Harpswell Chantey’

One of the masterpieces of the late Dr. Currier McEwen, to whom we owe so much of the beauty of today’s Japanese and Siberian Iris, ‘Harpswell Chantey’ beguiles with huge blooms of richest violet-blue, neatly ruffled and signaled in bright yellow at the base of each broad, overlapping petal. Borne up to 4 on every flowering stem, these gorgeous blooms are irresistible for cutting, but also look well in the sunny to partly shaded garden, dazzling with their sheer size, unusual form, and great numbers.

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Iris Hollandica Mix

For beauty, the Dutch Irises rival that most exotic of blooms, the orchid. Rewarding you in late spring with a glorious display right after the Tulip season, their rainbow of charming color brightens paths, borders, beds, greenhouses, and provides indoor cheer as a long-lasting cut flower. Our hand selected, carefully balanced mix with large 4- to 5-inch blooms in a complete range of eye-catching yellows, blues, and whites will give you years of late spring color. Plants reach 18 to 20 inches tall. Set bulbs 6 inches apart and 3 to 4 inches deep in a sunny, well-drained location outdoors or grow indoors in a cool, sunny window for spring color long before winter is over.

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Iris ‘Red Hawk’

Yuor search for a red Tall Bearded Iris may have ended: ‘Red Hawk’ is the nearest thing yet to this dream, and its combination of purple- and copper-infused shades is so handsome in itself that even if fire-engine red Irises were common, ‘Red Hawk’ would be prized for its rich jewel tones.

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Iris ‘Rakko No Utage’

A stupendous Japanese Iris, ‘Rakko no Utage’ is certain to be the pride of the perennial border and the showpiece of any Iris display. Its giant blooms are elaborately ruffled, perfectly sculpted, and colored an unusual soft lilac with bright yellow signals. A unique and breathtaking look at the beauty of this branch of the Iris family.

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Iris ‘Jennifer Rebecca’

A reblooming Tall Bearded Iris that never disappoints, ‘Jennifer Rebecca’ has been known to extend its bloomtime from the first heavy flush in late spring to a few final blooms in autumn! A very dependable and generous bloomer, it is one of the best choices for hard-to-find pink and purple tones in the Iris garden.

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Iris ‘Diabolique’

Spice up the Tall Bearded Iris display with this very richly-colored, heavily ruffled variety. ‘Diabolique’ boasts a more open, wide habit than most others in its family, spreading its petals almost flat to show off the flouncy curls and ruffles. Colored an intense shade of garnet-purple, these blooms are eye-catching and distinctively different.

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Iris ‘Clarence’

Tired of “blue” Irises that turn out to be purple? We are too — which is why we jumped at ‘Clarence’ when we saw it growing in our Iris breeder’s fields several years ago. We never expected, however, that it would have so many merits — a strong, sweet fragrance; a very reliable rebloom; and a robust growth habit. No wonder the American Iris Society has heaped it with praise.

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Iris ‘Dangerous Mood’

One of the most dramatic Tall Bearded Irises, this 2004 Schreiner introduction flowers in early midseason, filling garden and vase with two-tone blue colors, the falls so dark they look black. A bold cultivar suitable for high-interest spots where its unusual black tones can be admired, ‘Dangerous Mood’ is a must-have for the Iris garden.

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Iris ‘Best Bet’

The classic blue tones of this Iris make it a favorite in garden or vase, and its dependable repeat-flowering set it above those tall Bearded Irises with only a single season of color. ‘Best Bet’ is a mainstay of any Iris garden, and belongs front and center in the sunny to lightly shaded border.

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Iris Sibirica ‘Jamaican Velvet’

These blooms are so intensely colored that they appear to be soaking in light from the setting sun — but that is simply the glow from their rich fuchsia to cranberry markings! Absolutely hands-down the most extraordinary ‘red’ Siberian Iris we have ever grown, Jamaican Velvet is not to be missed in garden or vase.

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Hyacinthus ‘Delft Blue’

The Antique Blue of Fine Porcelain on Huge, Long-lasting Plumes! Magnificent fragrance fills the late spring air! Luscious, highly fragrant, porcelain-blue blooms are a rare find in the garden, and these are some of the very best, keeping their color even in strong sun. Delft Blue is a classic Hyacinth, a favorite that outshines others […]

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Fritillaria Michailovskyi

These Dainty Nodding Bells Stand Out in Pots of Every Kind A carefree, deer- and pest-resistant treasure This delightful spring-blooming bulb produces up to 5 bell-shaped, pendant blooms on each stem! Each maroon-stained petal curves outward at the tips, and looks as if it were dipped in bright golden paint. The blooms adorn greyish-green, sword-shaped […]

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Fritillaria Meleagris

Checkered Heirloom Blooms in Rich Burgundy, Rose, and Ivory! Unique harlequin patterning and a fuss-free habit! (Heirloom, 1572). Also called the Snake’s Head Fritillary, this 12-inch plant sports long, grassy foliage and pendulous bell-shaped flowers uniquely checkered with yellow, white, rose and burgundy. One of the longest-cultivated Fritillaries in history, once native to flood plains […]

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Fritillaria ‘Rubra Maxima’

Royal Red Bells Beneath a Whimsical Green Crown! An imposing addition to the spring bulb garden – with 2- to 4-foot bloom stalks in mid-spring! (Heirloom, 1590). Up to 10 pendulous bell-shaped scarlet-orange blooms encircle the top of sturdy 2 1/2- to 3-foot stems finished off with a whimsical crown of grassy green leaves. Fritillaria […]

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Crocus Botanical Species Mixture

Crocus are practically synonymous with spring, and most of us are thoroughly familiar with the bold Dutch Hybrids that, grouped together in the border edge or sprinkled in the lawn, bring welcome news that winter is almost over. Far less well-known, and therefore perhaps even more worthy of inclusion in your garden, are the species crocus, whose blooms are smaller than their well-known cousins’, but are produced in greater abundance.

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Crocus ‘Pickwick’

Tiny Lilac Pinstripes are Crisp and Elegant! Even the foliage is striped! ‘Pickwick’ is a Giant Dutch Crocus — lilac striped with white — often appearing in snow to chase winter away. Giant Dutch Crocus blooms are the largest of all Crocus, 2 to 4 inches wide. They’re ideal to line pathways and accent entrances […]

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Crocus ‘Flower Record’

Midnight-Purple Blooms with a Glowing Orange Flame! Very floriferous, this is the deepest purple Crocus we have ever seen! Flower Record is a heavy producer in rich violet-purple appearing before the snow has melted to chase winter away! Giant Dutch Crocus blooms are the largest of all Crocus, 2 to 4 inches wide. They’re ideal […]

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Convallaria ‘Rosea’

The Legendary Fragrant Pink Lily of the Valley Greet spring with cheery clusters of soft pink bells. Few sights can equal an early-spring display of cheery pink bells, wonderfully fragrant and so colorful in the drab end-of-winter landscape. Gardeners have longed for this bright companion to the taller white Lily-of-the-Valley, but until now, the plants […]

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Convallaria ‘Bordeaux’

A Greatly Improved Lily-of-the-Valley! The beloved Lily-of-the-Valley, herald of spring in many gardens, just got a much-needed improvement. Bordeaux has larger flowers and far more of them. Instead of arising among the foliage, where their impact is often overlooked, they are held above the leaves. And the foliage itself is darker green and larger than […]

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Lilium Candidum

Up to 15 blooms on every 4- to 6-foot stem! A Biblical garden favorite! Gloriously fragrant classic bears as many as 15 pure white, 4- to 5-inch blooms in early summer on sturdy 4- to 6-foot stems. NOTE: Madonna Lily bulbs must be planted in early fall to develop top growth before the onset of […]

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Helleborus Hybridus

Everybody’s Favorite — Colorful Green-to-Rose Blooms for the Shade! The Lenten Rose boasts 2- to 2 1/2-inch blooms of green, cream, and all shades of rose, many with speckles! (syn. H. orientalis)Beginning its bloom toward the end of the Christmas Rose’s long winter season, the Lenten Rose welcomes late winter in mild areas and very […]

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Helleborus ‘Niger’ Christmas Rose

A hard-to-locate legendary plant, the Christmas Rose is much loved by gardeners worldwide! Growing 10 to 12 inches high, it is indispensable for its three months of bloom in winter and earliest spring, when the garden is at its lowest ebb; in fact, in areas with moderate winters, this hellebore’s blooming tends to be earlier […]

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Helleborus Winter Jewels Slate

Charcoal Blooms from Pure Black Buds The most exciting of the new Winter Jewels colors, it will be your favorite for cutting. A splendid new series of distinctively colored and formed Hellebores, the Winter Jewels are taking American gardens by storm. Offering large, perfectly shaped 3-inch blooms that remain attractive for weeks and even months, […]

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Helleborus Winter Jewels Red

The Closest to True Red Yet! The Winter Jewels were 15 years in the breeding, and offer large flowers, deeper colors, and new forms. A splendid new series of distinctively colored and formed Hellebores, the Winter Jewels™ are taking American gardens by storm. Offering large, perfectly shaped 3-inch blooms that remain attractive for weeks and […]

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Helleborus Winter Jewels Purple/Pink Edge

Each Petal Neatly Edged in PinkAn American-bred Hellebore, hand-selected after 15 years’ breeding.   A splendid new series of distinctively colored and formed Hellebores, the Winter Jewels™ are taking American gardens by storm. Offering large, perfectly shaped 3-inch blooms that remain attractive for weeks and even months, this series is the result of 15 years’ […]

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Helleborus Winter Jewels Cherry Blossom

A Maroon Collar at the Center of Each Bloom. One of the exciting new Winter Jewels series of American-bred Hellebores hand-selected with new colors and forms. A splendid new series of distinctively colored and formed Hellebores, the Winter Jewels are taking American gardens by storm. Offering large, perfectly shaped 3-inch blooms that remain attractive for […]

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Helleborus ‘Pacific Frost’

Pink and White Accents on Every Leaf Tolerates more sun than most Hellebores. (Synonym Helleborus corsicus ‘Pacific Frost’) Truly exceptional variegation distinguishes this Corsican Hellebore, which arose in a garden in British Columbia several years ago and has been the darling of many a collector ever since. Each large, leathery, finely spiked leaf is covered […]

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Helleborus Brandywine Strain

Hard-to-Find Colors and Flower Forms 15 years in the breeding, this premium strain represents the best European collections Sometimes known as the D.L.C. Hybrids after their breeder David Culp, the Brandywine Strain of Hellebores represents the best of decades of European breeding, boasting unusual colors and combinations coupled with impeccable flower form. In this strain […]

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Geranium Sanguineum var. Striatum

Charming dwarf with salmon-pink blossoms This proven performer makes an excellent ground cover. Synonym: ‘Lancastriense.’ A true hardy Geranium, this charming dwarf perennial enchants with its salmon-pink blossoms that envelop the ground-covering foliage in summer and fall. A proven performer, it creates a richly laid mosaic with its sumptuous green-lobed foliage, and 1-inch, deeply veined […]

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Geranium ‘Sweet Heidy’

Extra Long-Blooming, Colorful, and Semi-Trailing Both pink and blue are present on every petal of this extraordinary Geranium. Plant Patent Applied For. Most Hardy Geraniums put on a lovely show in late spring and early summer, and in cool climates may even continue throughout the summer season, but never before has one bloomed steadily from […]

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Geranium ‘Orkney Cherry’

Striking Contrast of Pink and Bronze. Produces masses of blooms all summer long. Simply the longest- and heaviest-blooming Hardy Geranium we have ever grown, ‘Orkney Cherry’ produces masses of blooms from early summer until the first severe cold snap. Its bright pink blooms show complexity in spidery cerise veins and white throats – breathtaking against […]

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Geranium ‘Margaret Wilson’

Finely Cut Foliage Veined in Snowy White These reflexed blooms arise just above the foliage. This British cultivar offers a distinctively different look for border, edging, and containers. The large, deeply-cut light green foliage is generously marbled with white, outlining the veins and dappling the leaves with snowy flecks that persist through summer’s heat and […]

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Geranium ‘Jolly Bee’

The Biggest Blooms Ever. Flowers change shades of blue as they mature. Plant Patent #12,148. Oh, Geranium lovers, wait until you grow Jolly Bee! Dozens upon dozens of big blue blooms will fill your garden all summer, each sweetly fragrant, each veined in maroon, dotted with a white eye, and changing shades as it matures! […]

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Geranium ‘Johnson’s Blue’

A Hardy Geranium With Brilliant Blue Blooms All Summer. Compact plants can really take the heat and drought of summer! Enjoy peacock-blue blooms for months on this fully hardy, heat- and drought-tolerant Geranium! Unlike annual Pelargoniums, this is the real thing: a perennial plant tough enough to take your roughest weather and keep on blooming. […]

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Geranium ‘Bob’s Blunder’

Blooms Generously All Summer Long A British cultivar with a mounding, lush habit, it thrives in hard clay soils. We don’t know what Bob’s blunder was (and he’s not telling!), but we’re thankful for it. This is a ceaselessly flowering hardy Geranium, beginning with the first breath of summer heat and refusing to let up […]

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Geranium ‘Sandrine’

Yellow Spring Foliage and Summer-Long Blooms This may remind you of the popular G. ‘Ann Folkard,’ but the blooms are TWICE as large. Meet ‘Sandrine,’ the larger-flowered, longer-blooming French cousin of H. ‘Ann Folkard.’ Boasting a summer-long season, bright yellow spring foliage, and a creeping habit that fills in space beautifully in border or container, […]

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Geranium ‘Espresso’

Chocolate Foliage from Spring till Frost! Blooms for nearly 2 months. A truly exceptional Hardy Geranium, ‘Espresso’ offers large, lobed foliage of dark coffee-brown from spring till frost, only occasionally displaying a few green edges in summer. As showy as a Heuchera but with the addition of plentiful, attractive 5-petaled flowers over a long season, […]

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Hakonechloa ‘Nicolas’

Rosy Orange Tones from Spring through Fall. These leaves begin green, then liven up. Plant Patent Applied For. So bright they look lit from within, the arching, strappy leaves of this splendid ornamental grass delight from spring through autumn and even long into winter in most climates. In a reversal of the usual process, they […]

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Hakonechloa ‘Albo Striata’

Bold White Stripes in the Shade. The foliage waterfalls beautifully along pathways and in the border. Japanese Forest Grass is a slow-growing, beautifully ornamental addition to the partly shaded garden, and this white-striped variety is just the ticket for brightening those dark pathways and murky borders. Each long, elegant green leaf is striped with white, […]

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Hakonechloa ‘Beni-kaze’

Rich Red Tones for Fall Perfect for containers as well as the border. Perfect for ground cover, edging, the border, or containers, ‘Beni-kaze’ is a splendid new Japanese Forest Grass that turns bright shades of red in autumn and delights from spring till frost with a rippled, slightly twisted texture suggesting movement. Easy to grow […]

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Gaillardia ‘Oranges & Lemons’

The Absolute Longest-Blooming — and So MANY Flowers at Once. Up to 75 blooms AT ONCE on a single plant. Plant Patent #17,092. “Oranges and lemons / Say the bells of St. Clement’s” goes the old nursery rhyme, and you’ll be ready to ring a hearty tribute to this super long-blooming, floriferous, easy-to-grow Blanket Flower […]

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Gaillardia ‘Fanfare’

Goodbye, Flat Petals! Hello, Trumpets. An entirely new look for the beloved Blanket Flower. Plant Patent #15,892. Sound the trumpets and clear out your best sunny garden spots — the long-awaited, much-rumored new Gaillardia is here, with astonishing blooms packed with mini-trumpet petals on a compact, very free-blooming plant. Absolutely the most distinctive development in […]

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Epimedium Ogisui

White-on-White Elegance for the Shade The first Epimedium to bloom in spring. Eager to make itself at home in your border, E. ogisui is a dense ground cover or accent planting for the shade, setting masses of pure white blooms of very distinctive form in early spring. Though not as tolerant of dry shade as […]

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Echinacea Sundown

The Big Orange Blooms that Just Won’t Quit. Deer-resistant and ready to flower for months. Plant Patent #17,659. Cultivar name: ‘Evan Saul’. You will love this big-flowered, beautiful orange Coneflower. It’s an exciting new plant because the color is highly unusual for Echinacea and the flower power is just extraordinary, but I predict that you […]

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Echinacea Pixie Meadowbrite

The Perfect Echinacea for Containers. Just 18 to 20 inches high, it never flops. Plant Patent #18,546. Cultivar name: ‘CGB Cone2′. At last, an Echinacea compact enough to grow in containers, the front of the border, and other “up close” locations! Pixie Meadowbrite is a large-flowered true dwarf with vigorous growth, excellent branching, and a […]

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Echinacea Harvest Moon

Bold Gold for the Sunny Garden A new look for Echinacea, this plant is the result of 10 years’ work. Plant Patent #17,652. Cultivar name: ‘Matthew Saul’. Seems like every time we turn around, someone’s come up with a new Coneflower! (We can’t call them “Purple” Coneflowers anymore, because they’re all different colors these days!) […]

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Echinacea ‘After Midnight’ Coneflower

Just a Foot High, but What Color! The combination of magenta blooms, black stems, and reddish-black cones is irresistible. Plant Patent Applied For. cv: ‘Emily Saul.’ Just a foot high and wide, this new Big Sky™ Echinacea is packed with color that will draw the eye from across the garden. The strongly fragrant, brilliant magenta […]

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Echinacea ‘Twilight’

Smells Like a Rose. Another in the fine Big Sky™ series of Echinaceas. Plant Patent #17,651 ‘Twilight’ doesn’t just smell good — it smells almost exactly like a Rose! These big rosy-red blooms generously share their scent with the entire garden, so you can imagine how a bouquet of cutflowers will perfume the home. A […]

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Echinacea ‘Ruby Giant’

A Gigantic, FRAGRANT Echinacea. 7-inch blooms will stupefy you. Plant Patent Applied For. Ruby Giant is simply the best Echinacea ever developed. Period. Where else can you find a fragrant — I mean really scented, not just that “whiff of the outdoors” that some nurserymen pass off as fragrance! — Purple Coneflower with 5- to […]

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Echinacea ‘Green Jewel’

Glowing Green Blooms. Sweetly fragrant. Plant Patent #18,678. Yet another stunning compact, fragrant Echinacea cultivar from renowned garden designer Piet Oudolf! ‘Green Jewel’ lives up to its name with petals so bright they nearly glow, set in a double row around a very large darker green cone. This exciting new Echinacea is a must-have for […]

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Echinacea ‘Cotton Candy’

The Biggest Double Pompon Yet. Blooms steadily from midsummer through early fall in most climates. Plant Patent Applied For. Not another new Echinacea — the riches of this genus are just never-ending! And as always, not only is it a new cultivar, but a truly exciting combination of color, form, and gardenworthiness that you will […]

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Echinacea ‘Coconut Lime’

Double Blooms with Bicolor Beauty Just as long-blooming, floriferous, and vigorous as common Purple Coneflower. Plant Patent #18,617. How fortunate we are to be gardening during this explosion of Echinacea breeding! ‘Coconut Lime’ is the newest and most exciting cultivar yet. Combining white, pale green, and rich amber-brown, they have a tropical appeal, and will […]

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Echinacea Green Envy

Two “Looks” on Every Bloom. There has never been a ‘color-changing’ Echinacea before like Green Envy Plant Patent Applied For. You simply won’t believe what happens to these blooms. They open lime-green and daisy-shaped, with a light green cone. Then, as they mature, the petals elongate, revealing a deep maroon base, and the cone transforms […]

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Dryopteris Pseudo Filix-Mas

Giant 4-foot Fronds Held Up and Out. Keeps its texture longer into winter than other Ferns. Every shade garden deserves one standout fern, the hardest-working and most interesting of the display. Make this showpiece Dryopteris pseudo filix-mas, the Mexican Male Fern native to the cloud forests of North and Central America. Boasting huge fronds, continuous […]

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Dryopteris ‘Brilliance’

Changes Color with Every Season. Copper spring fronds turn green for summer, then return to a russet hue for autumn. One of the showiest Ferns in recent years, Autumn Fern Brilliance is a dazzling display of color for every season. The fronds turn from bright copper to soft green to russet-orange again, all on an […]

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Digitalis Mertonensis

The Strawberry Foxglove — A True Perennial. Year-round beauty. This unusual and brilliantly-colored perennial Foxglove plant is a delight in the garden in any season; its bright green foliage remains evergreen. In late spring and early summer, abundant buds open to luscious blooms the color of crushed strawberries. They are so freely borne that the […]

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Digitalis Purpurea ‘Candy Mountain’

The First-Ever Upturned Foxglove Plant These stems are ultra-sturdy, ideal for cutting as well as garden enjoyment. At last, a Foxglove that shows its face. These large rosy-pink to mauve bells are upturned, revealing their freckled interiors even from a distance. Very showy, they create a unique new look for Digitalis. The blooms crowd tightly […]

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Digitalis Giant Shirley Mix

Colorful Range Provides Years of Pleasure This biennial Foxglove reseeds freely so it seems to last forever. The Shirley ­is an outstanding English Foxglove. Magnificent flowerheads crowded with big, bell-shaped blossoms cover the top part of sturdy 3-foot stems. Colors range from white and shell pink to deep rose, often dotted with crimson or chocolate. […]

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Digitalis ‘Spanish Peaks’

This Adaptable Mini Makes Itself at Home. Long-blooming and more sun-tolerant than other Digitalis. More adaptable to sun, dry conditions, and poor soil than most other Foxgloves, ‘Spanish Peaks’ is a little-used species that sets large blooms on very low-growing plants. It’s perfect for facing down taller varieties in the border or filling out your […]

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Coreopsis ‘Snowberry’

More Flowers than You Can Imagine This Coreopsis is sterile, so it devotes all its energy to making new flowers. Plant Patent #18,560. For 4 months or more, this intrepid Coreopsis flowers profusely atop bushy, dense, mounded foliage. These 1 1/2-inch blooms are lighter than most Coreopsis, a creamy color punctuated by a frizzy orange […]

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Coreopsis ‘Redshift’

Finally, a Cold-Hardy Red Coreopsis. Hardy through zone 4 in the north. Plant Patent Applied For. You’ve heard it before — a new red Coreopsis. But ‘Redshift’ is very, very different, and a great improvement over all others before it. Not only is its color a changeable blend of bright burgundy and clean yellow, but […]

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Coreopsis ‘Moonray’

Unusual Color and Tireless Bloom Strength A sport of the famous ‘Moonbeam,’ it’s far more floriferous and garden-tough. Plant Patent Applied For. Oh, you will adore this new Coreopsis! Our photo really doesn’t do it justice — the blooms have to be seen in natural light, with the sun almost shining through their very thin […]

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Coreopsis ‘Limerock Ruby’

A RED Coreopsis that Blooms All Summer. Fabulous new color and unbeatable flower power. PP#15,455. No matter how crowded your sunny borders, patio, and perennial beds may be, please make room for the first-ever RED perennial Coreopsis that blooms nonstop all summer long! Limerock Ruby is just too exciting a plant to pass up — […]

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Coreopsis ‘Jethro Tull’

Reliably Fluted Blooms With Elegantly Pointed Tips. Blooms continuously from mid-spring through late summer. Plant Patent #18,789. This exciting new cold-hardy Coreopsis is a natural cross of C. ‘Zamfir’ and C. ‘Early Sunrise,’ combining the best attributes of both into a whimsical treat for every sunny garden. Its rich golden-yellow blooms appear abundantly in mid-spring […]

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Coreopsis ‘Heaven’s Gate’

The Richest Rosy-Pink Yet. Blooms are complemented by attractive ferny foliage. A Wayside Worldwide Exclusive Introduction. Plant Patent #16,016. We are honored to be able to introduce this exciting new sport of Coreopsis ‘Sweet Dreams’, the first-ever PINK Coreopsis. ‘Heaven’s Gate’ is far darker and more richly colored than its parent, with a deeper ring […]

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Coreopsis ‘Autumn Blush’

For Cutflowers or Garden Beauty, Simply the Most Prolific. Expect blooms from late spring all the way into autumn! Plant Patent Applied For Flower lovers, this is the Coreopsis you have been waiting for. Ready to bloom for months upon months, its flowers change colors with the weather but never stop producing. Easy to grow […]

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Brunnera ‘King’s Ransom’

A Variegated ‘Jack Frost’. Tolerant of drought and left alone by deer, it defines “low maintenance” in the shade garden. Plant Patent Applied For. Thank goodness this name refers to the worth of this plant and not its price! A variegated cousin of the famous Brunnera ‘Jack Frost,’ ‘King’s Ransom’ is a glorious sight in […]

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Brunnera ‘Jack Frost’

Frosty Elegance for the Shade Garden. Each silvery leaf is elaborately veined in bright green, like moss growing between stepping-stones. Plant Patent #13,859. One of the most exciting Brunneras to come along in years, ‘Jack Frost’ adds hard-to-find color and dramatic texture to the shade garden with bright silver leaves veined in deep green. These […]

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Athyrium Vidalii

Red Fronds for Spring Open, airy, and a snap to grow. Often the very first Fern to unfurl in your shade garden each spring, A. vidalii is a difficult-to-locate but quite easy-to-grow Japanese Lady Fern that should be seen more frequently in American gardens. Its spring color is magnificent, its stems keep their deep maroon […]

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Athyrium Felix-Femina

The Classic Native Fern, Easy to Grow and SO Lovely. Billowy and beautiful, it makes a fine companion to all perennials in the shrub garden. This superb North American Fern is fine and delicate in appearance, yet so hardy and tolerant of dry and even poor soils! An airy, celery-green presence in full to partial […]

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Athyrium ‘Ursula’s Red’

The Most Brilliantly Colored Yet. Vibrant, iridescent foliage. All Japanese Painted Ferns are vibrantly colored, but ‘Ursula’s Red’ can only be called iridescent, with its shimmering play of silver-white and rich maroon-red. Absolutely breathtaking in the shade garden among green-foliaged plants, it is so showy that you may just have to introduce it to the […]

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Athyrium ‘Silver Falls’

Color Actually BRIGHTENS as the Season Progresses. No other Painted Fern improves with each passing week. This glorious Fern grows in beauty with each passing week, making a stunning impression in the shady garden from spring through frost! A Painted Fern like no other I’ve ever seen, Silver Falls fills the garden with gracefully arching, […]

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Athyrium ‘Wildwood Twist’

Curving Fronds Creating a Wavy Effect Give this Fern a few seasons to stabilize its color pattern. A very useful source of muted gray and silver tones for the shade garden, ‘Wildwood Twist’ offers fascinating curves and curls on its long, elegant fronds. Sporting tones from silvery-green to smoky gray, it is a vigorous and […]

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Baptisia ‘Purple Smoke’

Soft Purple Plumes for the Sunny Spring Garden! Deep gray stems and bright blue-green foliage. Such exotic color from a fuss-free native plant. You will love the gentle, cooling gray-and-purple bloomspikes in spring, and appreciate the rich blue-green foliage for months afterwards. Baptisia is famously adaptable, and ‘Purple Smoke’ goes well beyond the species, both […]

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Baptisia ‘Twilite Prairieblues’

Plant Patent Applied For. Easily the most colorful Baptisia yet, ‘Twilite Prairieblues’ sports dark violet blooms with neon-bright yellow keels atop its showy blue-green foliage. The flowers continue for several weeks in late spring, profuse and eye-catching even from far away. But even after they pass, this very dense, rounded plant forms an attention-gettting focal point for foundation, border, or container.

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Baptisia Solar Flare Prairieblues

Blooms Turn Orange as They MatureA fully blooming plant is a sea of yellow and orange tones. Jim Ault has done it again. The latest in the Prairieblues, series of heavy-blooming, beautifully colored Baptisias, Solar Flare is a striking cultivar with lemon-yellow flowers that mature through all shades of orange! Irresistible even as a specimen, […]

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Thuja Occidentalis ‘Rheingold’

A New Color for Each Season Golden-yellow needles turn to deep gold in fall. There are so many uses for this charming dwarf White Cedar that to list them seems only to limit the possibilities! Reaching just 3 to 5 feet high after 10 years’ growth, it sports small foliage that changes color with every […]

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Thuja Green Giant

Thuja Green Giant grows up to 5 feet every year. Thuja Green Giant is one of the fastest growing of all Conifers. This very rare hybrid between Western Red Cedar plicata and Thuja Standishii Cedar will grow up to 5 feet per year. It’s also fragrant, densely clothed right down to the ground. Hardy to […]

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Astilbe Collection

The Easiest Source of Color for Shady Patches! Contains ‘Rheinland,’ ‘Purple Lance,’ and Snowdrift.’ At last, plant great drifts of Astilbe or dot the shade garden liberally with spots of color in all hues you desire! This economical collection is an Astilbe lover’s dream come true — 1 each of our 3 finest varieties, all […]

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Astilbe ‘To Have and to Hold’

Burgundy Foliage Refuses to Green Out, Even in Warm Climates With A. chinensis in its heritage, this Astilbe is far more heat-tolerant and vigorous than most. A stylishly variegated Astilbe boasting rich purple, burgundy, and maroon tones amid the green of its leaves, ‘To Have and to Hold’ is a welcome addition to the partly […]

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Astilbe ‘Rheinland’

Astilbe ‘Rheinland’: Plants reach a height of 12 inches tall and a flower height of 18 inches! Lovely, dense inflorescences of clear pink, as refreshing as a summer morning. The Astilbe plant is 12 inches tall and its flower height is 18 inches. Excellent for the shaded border, producing feathery flowerheads all summer that, if […]

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Astilbe ‘Purple Lance’

Unusual Color and Superb Staying Power, Very drought-tolerant. One of the finest Astilbes, this Wayside Original Introduction combines a stunning new color with superior drought tolerance and a long season of bloom. The result is a fine garden performer that will keep the shade garden bright from midsummer until well into fall!The plumes are very […]

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Astilbe ‘Snowdrift’

You will be stunned by one of the whitest Astilbes to date. Bright green mounds of delicately dissected foilage and 2-foot plumes. Selected by the Bloom family of Bressingham Gardens in England, ‘Snowdrift’ offers an exciting color break in Astilbes. It arose as a sport of the popular A. Irrlicht and is one of the […]

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Ginkgo Biloba Princeton Sentry

Very Slender and Fast-Growing. This ancient tree deserves a special place as a specimen in your landscape. Plant Patent 2,726. Ginkgo biloba Princeton Sentry is a male Maidenhair Tree with a columnar habit, reaching 10 to 15 feet in just 10 to 12 years, and finally maturing to 60 to 70 feet tall and 20 […]

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Clematis ‘Henryi’

Dazzling White Flowers All Summer! Great for Climbing up Walls and Fences Crisp 6- to 7-inch blooms. New foliage is deep bronze. Nothing pleases the eye quite as much as the sight of ‘Henryi’ in full early-summer bloom, cascading over a wall or climbing a fence. The single daisy-shaped blooms are fully 6 to 7 […]

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Athyrium Nipponicum

Elegant Red and Silver Highlights for the Shade. So colorful it stands out even in deep shade. Often difficult to locate and always in demand, Japanese Silver-Painted Fern is a miniature treasure for the partly- to fully-shaded garden. Just 18 inches tall, it bears lush, finely-cut foliage of rich green, each frond marked with a […]

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