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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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Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Acer palmatum 'Bloodgood'

Bloodgood Japanese Maple

This tried and true Acer palmatum remains a distinguished landscape favorite. ‘Bloodgood’ is a problem-free specimen and a hardy, vigorous grower capable of providing up to 20’ of symmetrical, rounded branching. It is a multi-ste...

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Acer palmatum 'Cider Hill'

Acer palmatum 'Cider Hill'

Cider Hill Japanese Maple

Discovered by Cider Hill Farm of Vermont, this selection was chosen for its hardiness and intense fall color. Similiar to 'Bloodgood' in appearance and stature, this variety is hardy to zone 4 and changes to a much more intense red in the fall. More Details

Ajuga Black Scallop

Ajuga Black Scallop

Black Scallop Bugle Weed

Black Scallop' is the most attractive Ajuga to come along in recent years. This low growing groundcover will quickly become your new favorite! Brilliant deep blue flowers cover this creeping beauty from May through June, creating a sharp contrast ...

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Anemone x hybrida 'Lucky Charm'

Anemone x hybrida 'Lucky Charm'

Lucky Charm Windflower

New leaves begin as a rich violet, turning a deep green on the top and a light violet on the undersides as they mature. Stems are nearly black, producing lovely pink blooms with large yellow eye in late summer. 

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Berberis WorryFree® Crimson Cutie®

Berberis WorryFree® Crimson Cutie®

Crimson Cutie® Barberry

At last! A seed free version of compact Barberry that IS NOT invasive! This UConn bred selection will grace the landscape with dense, compact form and deep, purplish-red foliage that will shine. Easy to grow, colorful and deer resistant.

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Bergenia Dragonfly™ 'Sakura'

Bergenia Dragonfly™ 'Sakura'

Sakura Heartleaf Bergenia

'Sakura' means Cherry Blossoms in Japanese, and that is what you'll see with stems of double to semi-double bright pink flowers floating above glossy deep green to burgundy evergreen foliage like a cloud of Dragonflies. Incredibly hardy, this sele...

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Cercis canadensis Burgundy Hearts®

Cercis canadensis Burgundy Hearts®

Burgundy Hearts® Redbud

Burgundy Hearts® puts on a spring show with colorful pink-lavender flowers that adorn its stems in early spring, giving way to unique heart shaped foliage that bursts with a showy burgundy hue.  Its smaller size provides options for smal...

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Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy

Cercis canadensis Forest Pansy

Forest Pansy Redbud

It's difficult to imagine topping the native magnificence of Cercis canadensis, but in 'Forest Pansy', the species is indeed overshadowed by its purple-leaved cultivar. Like the species, 'Forest Pansy' is covered with clusters of rose-purple buds, op...

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Cercis canadensis Sparkling Wine™

Cercis canadensis Sparkling Wine™

Sparkling Wine™ Redbud

Sparkling Wine puts on a four-season show with dark rose-pink, pea-shaped flowers that adorn its stems in early spring, giving way to unique heart shaped foliage that bursts with a showy burgundy hue.  Its smaller size can be grown as a small...

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Cornus racemosa Huron®

Cornus racemosa Huron®

Huron® Gray Dogwood

This easy-care, compact native shrub is loaded with pollinator and butterfly value as large flat heads of small white flowers appear in late May and early June to provide loads of nectar. White fruit in late summer is a songbird bonanza! Dense and...

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Cotinus coggygria Velveteeny™

Cotinus coggygria Velveteeny™

Velveteeny™ Purple Smokebush

'Velveteeny' offers the same silky smooth, deep burgundy foliage with large feathery plumes of dove gray to pink blooms as it's big brother 'Royal Purple', but in a petit, dwarf form. Maturing at a mere 4', 'Velveteeny' is as versatile as it is ex...

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Epimedium wushanense 'Sandy Claws'

Epimedium wushanense 'Sandy Claws'

Sandy Claws Barrenwort

It is hard to ignore this shade lover that sports mounds of long leaves with spiny margins that flush a brilliant maroon in spring. Airy cream-colored flowers are held above the foliage in mid to late spring giving this plant a unique look. O...

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Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Adore

Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Adore

Head Over Heels® Adore Hibiscus

You’ll ‘Adore’ the large, eye-catching blooms of this hibiscus! This variety delivers the brightest bursts of pink on a compact plant later in the season compared to others in the series keeping color on your porch or alongside y...

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Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Passion

Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Passion

Head Over Heels® Passion Hibiscus

Regardless of your knowledge of Hibiscus, you’ll quickly become ‘Passion’ate when you see the large, eye-catching blooms of this hibiscus! This variety delivers the brightest bursts of pink on a compact plant in the late spring t...

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Hydrangea mac. Akadama™

Hydrangea mac. Akadama™

Akadama™ Hydrangea

The color of these deep pink globes contrasts the deep green foliage of this medium sized shrub. Leaves turn to a dark burgundy color with the fall weather. Incorporate in a floral arrangement for mounds of definition and dimension. Great planted ...

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Physocarpus opulifolius Little Devil™

Physocarpus opulifolius Little Devil™

Little Devil Common Ninebark

The genus of Physocarpus contains some of the easiest to grow shrubs you can put in your landscape. They are nearly carefree, with colorful foliage, great bloom and tolerance for almost any poor, rocky, dry soil you can send their way. Unfortunately,...

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Pieris jap. Katsura

Pieris jap. Katsura

Katsura Andromeda

Make your landscape memorable year round with this amazing broadleaf evergreen. 'Katsura' cloaks its dense, rounded form with wide, shiny, deep green foliage and each stem is topped with a string of buds in early spring. The buds open in April to ...

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Prunus Weeping Extraordinaire™

Prunus Weeping Extraordinaire™

Weeping Extraordinaire™ Weeping Cherry

You'll find the big, fluffy double flowers on this Weeping Cherry truly extraordinary- the clear pink, ruffled blooms resemble bunches of delicate Carnations which cover the branches before the coppery new foliage emerges. Bred for superb disease res...

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Prunus virginiana 'Canada Red'

Prunus virginiana 'Canada Red'

Canada Red Chokecherry

Chokeberry is an ornamental tree that is both colorful and hardy. Each green leaf transitions into a deep purple; and, its small white flowers are followed by equally small black fruit that brings in wildlife. Berries have a firm, chewy texture wi...

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Rhododendron x 'PJM Compacta'

Rhododendron x 'PJM Compacta'

PJM Compact Rhododendron

‘PJM Compacta’ is an early blooming, dwarf shrub with bright purple-pink flowers that contrast against the green foliage. Also doubling as a winter specimen, the foliage takes on a burgundy coloring. Dense rounded form works well when ...

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Rosa Winners Circle™

Rosa Winners Circle™

Winners Circle™ Climbing Rose

This superb climber from the breeder of The Knock Out® Rose is sure to become a household favorite. Highly disease resistant and winter hardy to zone 5, it is one of the most floriferous climbers. The brilliant fire engine red color is non-fading and...

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Schizachyrium scoparium

Schizachyrium scoparium

Little Bluestem

This native grass is a kaleidoscope of colors throughout its long season- beginning in August and lasting through February. Pin straight, upright, slender blue-green leaves containing purplish-bronze racemes. Iconic, outstanding bronze-orange colo...

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