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Eryngium 'Blaukappe'
Sea holly provide an architecture in the garden offered by few other plants. The branching stems emerge from a low rosette of leaves. The spiny leaves below the steely-blue flower as well as the stem are a deep mahogany. A very distinctive cut

Eryngium planum

Eryngium planum 'Blue Glitter'
'Blue Glitter' is an improvement over older varieties because it matures quickly, produces a greater number of flowers, and has a more intense blue flower color. This species of Eryngium is one of the hardiest and it has proven to be a reliable,


Eupatorium dubium

Eupatorium dubium 'Little Joe'
Joe Pye Weed has long been used in large gardens and parks to attract butterflies in late summer and fall. However, most varieties grow very large and are difficult to incorporate into the average home garden. 'Little Joe' PP16122 changes all that!


Euphobia polychroma
Very neat, mound-forming and topped with chrome-yellow bracts; foliage will turn bronze red in fall. Extremely drought tolerant.

Euphobia polychroma 'Bonfire'
One of the best landscape plants for all-season color. 'Bonfire' is one of the most colorful spurges ever invented! The top growth is a fantastic combination of deep purple, red, and orange leaves with a touch of chartreuse, while the undergrowth


Festuca 'Elijah Blue'
Fescues are mound-forming semi-evergreen perennials used as accent and specimen plantings in the foreground of borders and in rock gardens. This variety's soft powdery blue foliage holds its color all year. One of the most durable and long-lived


Gaillardia 'Fanfare'
A new introduction with upward-facing, scarlet flowers that flare out like trumpets with bright yellow ends. Blooms from early summer through fall.


Galium odoratum

Galium odoratum 'Sweet Woodruff
A vigorous ground cover for moist, shady areas. Tiny, white, star-shaped flowers appear above a carpet of finely cut, green leaves. Use to edge pathways, hide dying bulbs and as an underplanting.


Geranium 'Claridge Druce'
An aggressive grower that likes to trail through its neighbors. Deeply lobed foliage of gray-green with lovely rose-pink flowers that will float amongst its neighbor.

Geranium 'Johnson's Blue'
The best known blue geranium and long-time favorite. Periwinkle-blue flowers peak in June but continues all summer. Finely cut feathery leaves that take on orange and red hues in the fall.

Geranium 'Nimbus'
Improved Johnson's Blue; steely, blue flowers with dark purple veins radiate from a white center. Finely cut feathery leaves form a tall wide clump.

Geranium 'Rozanne'
Could be the best hardy geranium available if you're looking for continual bloom. Violet blue flowers have darker veining radiating from a white center. Free-flowering from spring till fall. Vigorous growth will weave its way through a 2-3 foot

Geranium cantebrigiense

Geranium cantebrigiense 'Karmina'
Forms a neat mound of broadly lobed, fragrant, green foliage that take on a tint of red in the fall. Strong grower and long-blooming and repeating in the fall. Good ground cover for the partial sun.

Geranium sanguineum
Low grower, compact, deeply lobed green foliage that goes brilliant red in the fall. Nice sprawling form. Strong grower and long-blooming and repeating in the fall.


Geum flora

Geum flora plena 'Blazing Sunset'
A fully double, scarlet-red geum with blooms half again as large as varieties. Blooms over a long period from late spring into summer. Fuzzy green leave form attractive mounds.


Gypsophila 'Compacta Plena'
Dainty White flowers seem to billow like smoke from the compact plants. Valued as a long-lasting cut flower and as a filler plant in the garden. The perfect cover up for dying bulbs.


Gypsophlia paniculata

Gypsophlia paniculata 'Snow Flake'
Double flowers on wispy panicles.


Hakonechloa macra

Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'
Cascading habit in which the leaves arch in the same direction like a golden waterfall. Yellow leaves with narrow green margins that turn reddish-pink in the fall. Spreads slowly by stolons - not invasive.


Hedera helix
Classic, evergreen ground cover / climber of walls or trees or most anything else. Climbs by means of adventurous rootlets - you may want to re-think using it on brick walls. Very shade tolerant - good for north facing areas.


Helenium 'Red Army'
Bright red flowers with yellow highlights vary between flowers. Bloom begins in the mid summer and continues into fall. This dwarf variety is about half the size of other helenium and does not need staking


Helianthus 'Lemon Queen'
This mid-west native will rocket above most everything in the garden with a late summer display of 2 in. yellow sunflowers. Very self-sufficient and will keep coming for many, many years. Vigorous and spreads rapidly but controllable.


Helleborus oriental
Colors range from white to dusky-rose. Usually blooms as the snows melts - avoid disturbing once established. Hellebores are poisonous.


Hemerocallis 'Arkansas Post'
Huge blooms of creamy white with red center.

Hemerocallis 'Bonanza'
Gold w/ red halo.

Hemerocallis 'Carlotta'
Exceptional raspberry red, high bud count

Hemerocallis 'Cherry Cheeks'
Cherry pink w/ golden-orange throat and pale yellow halo. Great form - eye-catcher

Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache'
Vigorous grower, a very sunfast red w/ ruffled edges, mid to late tetraploid.

Hemerocallis 'Double Charm'
Double, trumpet-like flower - unusual.

Hemerocallis 'Ed Murray'
Velvety red-black w/ small yellow-greenish throat, colorfast, high bud count, slight recursive in sepals.

Hemerocallis 'Frans Hals'
Bicolor w/rust colored stripe, long blooming, diploid. One of the last to bloom.

Hemerocallis 'Funny Valentine'
This daylily has superb blue-green foliage with large sunfast, rose-red blooms. This tetraploid produces up to 25 buds per scape.

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