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Abelia mosanensis Sweet Emotion®

Abelia mosanensis Sweet Emotion®

Sweet Emotion® Abelia

Sweet Emotion® Abelia is just the shrub to kickstart your heart - and your landscape. It's the hardiest abelia yet, growing where no abelia could grow before: in chilly USDA zone 4. It's also the most fragrant of any abelia, with white ...

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Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope'

Abelia x grandiflora 'Kaleidoscope'

Kaleidoscope Glossy Abelia

While sporting a fine name, 'Kaleidoscope' could have easily been named 'Chameleon' given its ever changing mix of foliage color and bloom. It's a woody plant that always shows you something new starting with the emergence of new foliage in the sp...

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Abelia x grandiflora 'Radiance'

Abelia x grandiflora 'Radiance'

Radiance Glossy Abelia

Radiance stands above all other Abelias.  During the growing season, silvery-green and creamy white variegated foliage is held on bright red stems. Beginning in late summer, plants are covered with fragrant, trumpet shaped blooms. Late s...

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Abelia x grandiflora 'Rose Creek'

Abelia x grandiflora 'Rose Creek'

Rose Creek Abelia

Clear white, fragrant, nectar laden flowers from late spring until autumn on gently arching branches. 'Rose Creek' has rosy stems and glossy deep green foliage that turns a beautiful bronze in autumn. Compact and easy to grow. Deer resistant, well...

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Achillea hybrid 'Firefly Diamond'

Achillea hybrid 'Firefly Diamond'

Firefly Diamond Yarrow

The Achillea 'Firefly Diamond' boasts a beautiful contrast between its ivory white flowers against its dark green foliage.  The upright Yarrow attracts bees and butterflies, and resists deer and rabbits.  It is easy to grow and fits perf...

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Achillea ptarmica 'Peter Cottontail'

Achillea ptarmica 'Peter Cottontail'

Peter Cottontail Yarrow

Perfectly fitting for the name, ‘Peter Cottontail’ is flooded with large, cotton-like, ivory flowers that’s reminiscent of Baby’s breath.   Produced over a low, mounding habit of green foliage, the clusters on thi...

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Actaea 'Hillside Black Beauty'

Actaea 'Hillside Black Beauty'

Hillside Black Beauty Snakeroot

Intriguing, nearly black, deep purple foliage along with a statuesque garden form make this a plant that demands attention. 'Hillside Black Beauty' was found at Hillside Gardens in Norfolk, CT and is the darkest foliaged Actaea out there and, even...

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Actaea racemosa

Actaea racemosa

Black Cohosh

Actaea racemosa, commonly called black cohosh, adds architectural height and late summer bloom to a shaded part of the border or shade garden. Also effective in woodland gardens, cottage gardens and naturalized areas. Best in...

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Actaea ramosa 'Brunette'

Actaea ramosa 'Brunette'

Brunette Bugbane

Another stunning snakeroot selection from one of our finest Eastern natives! Deep purple leaves are almost black. Fragrant pinkish white spikes bloom August through October. Unique and incredible color in the shade garden!...

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Actinidia 'September Sun'

Actinidia 'September Sun'

September Sun Hardy Kiwi

This fast growing vine always has landscape interest with plentiful, small, white bloom in spring, breathtaking white and pink irregularly variegated foliage and a flood of sweet, small, tasty fruit in summer. Easy to grow and perfect for screenin...

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Aesculus parviflora

Aesculus parviflora

Bottlebrush Buckeye

Fantastic new introduction! A shrub form of Bottlebrush Buckeye. A native to the south but perfectly hardy in New England. Large pyramidal white flower clusters in July through August. Large mounding habit. Very attractive.

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Allium fistulosum

Allium fistulosum

Scallion, Bunching Onion

With these scallions, you can go straight from the garden to the kitchen and cook up something delicious! From fresh garnishes on salads and soups, to a flavor highlight in Chinese foods and stir fry, this hardy and deer-resistant selection will b...

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Allium tuberosum 'Geisha'

Allium tuberosum 'Geisha'

Geisha Garlic Chives

Incredibly useful and easy to grow, Garlic Chives will be a welcome addition to any garden, herbal or otherwise. 'Geisha' has long, slightly flattened, tubular, grass-like foliage that makes a fragrant clump in the garden and features the strong s...

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Amelanchier alnifolia Regent

Amelanchier alnifolia Regent

Regent Serviceberry

'Regent' is a compact, early-flowering Serviceberry which typically grows only 4-6' tall. April brings an explosion of frothy, 5-petaled, white flowers in showy clusters before the foliage appears. June will reward you with loads of edible berries...

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Amelanchier alnifolia Standing Ovation™

Amelanchier alnifolia Standing Ovation™

Standing Ovation™ Serviceberry

With three-season interest, this serviceberry deserves a "standing ovation". Dark green, almost circular leaves change to red and orange in autumn. Stems are covered in white flowers each spring, sometimes turning into edible berries in June...

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Amelanchier canadensis

Amelanchier canadensis

Shadblow Serviceberry

This vigorous, multi-stemmed native is a true harbinger of spring in the northeast part of the country and one of the easiest, most rewarding landscape plants to grow. Its stems grow strongly upright producing an oval shaped plant that can be used ea...

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Andropogon gerardii Karl's Cousin®

Andropogon gerardii Karl's Cousin®

Karl's Cousin® Big Bluestem

This narrow, upright, architecturally pleasing specimen boasts an outstanding blue-green foliage color that changes to purple-blue as the weather cools in fall. Long blooming with showy flower heads for six weeks starting in August. Outstanding la...

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Andropogon t. 'Black Mountain'

Andropogon t. 'Black Mountain'

Black Mountain Bluestem

'Black Mountain' was a selection from Black Mountain, NC. Where it was noticed to have a more refined habit and grew more compact than the species. Stems start as a bluish-green and transition to a rusty red color with silvery-white inflorescences...

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Anemone 'Dainty Swan'

Anemone 'Dainty Swan'

Dainty Swan Windflower

Loads of nodding buds rise above deep green foliage in mid-summer and open in August to reveal lovely white blossoms with a striking two-tone appearance as flower petals feature bright pink backs. Blossoms will last through the summer and into the...

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Anemone Whirlwind

Anemone Whirlwind

Whirlwind Windflower

Ruffled and pure white these double flowers dance around a green center with yellow anthers. A great perennial to add to the mixed border since 'Whirlwind' start blooming when many perennials are slowing down. Known for its early fall blooms this che...

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Anemone canadensis

Anemone canadensis

Canadian Amenone, Windflower

This native charmer is not found in the garden much but is a stand out in the wild as it colonizes moist areas along bodies of water or stream banks in semi-shaded areas. Just because it's uncommon in the home landscape doesn't mean it shouldn't be t...

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Anemone X Honorine Jobert

Anemone X Honorine Jobert

Honerine Jobert Windflower

Abundant, clear white flowers branch above mounding foliage. A great extension of summer color in the garden. Requires rich, moist soil. Blooms August-October....

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