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Lamium maculatum

Lamium maculatum 'Beacon Silver'

Slow to emerge; variegated foliage. Good weed smothering groundcover that's not invasive. Silvery white leaves accentuate the deep lavender flowers.


Leucanthemum superba

Leucanthemum superba 'Becky'

Shasta Daisies are all-time favorites for the perennial border. The cheery flowers begin to appear in late spring and continue on for several months if faithfully deadheaded. Shastas mix so effortlessly with other perennials that no garden should be


Liatris spicata

Liatris spicata 'Kobold'

Bright, rosy lavender flower wands open from top to bottom in early summer, appearing to glow at the tips. Narrow, opposite leaves are up to 10 inches long at the base of the plant and decrease in length up the stems. In all, Liatris is a very


Ligularia 'Othello'

Large kidney-shaped leaves - purple over green tops and red underside - with serrated edges. Good for the bog garden and by ponds and streams.

Ligularia dentata

Ligularia dentata 'Britt-Marie Crawford'

Broad, glossy, chocolate-purple leaves with a bright purple underside. Makes a bold statement in a partially shaded garden. In late summer purplish-black stems are topped with yellow-orange daisy like flowers.


Liriope muscari

Liriope muscari 'Silvery Sunproof'

This clump former has relatively wide, grass-like leaves are striped green and white (sometimes yellow). Produces lilac purple flowers similar to grape hyacinths. This plant will grow almost anywhere. It tolerates full sun, partial shade, or full

Liriope spicata

A very popular evergreen groundcover. Flowers resemble small hyacinths. This selection spreads by underground stolons, quickly forming a thick carpet which is useful for erosion control and as a groundcover. It is also an active competitor against


Lobelia cardinalis

Native to much of North America. Fire red flower spikes with green lance-like leaves. Has a distinctly upright habit and attracts hummingand butterflies. Excellent plant for moist locations.

Lobelia siphilitica

Irregular two-lipped flowers are blue and bell-shaped and clustered closely around the stem and form a spiked cluster at the terminal end. Likes a damp soil


Lunaria biennis

Self-seeding biennial with bright lavender flower followed by round, flat, silvery seed pods.


Lychnis arkwrightii

Lychnis arkwrightii 'Orange Gnome'

Brillant orange, scarlet flowers up to an inch and a half across in abundance for 8 weeks. Dark green leaves have a purplish-bronze blush.

Lychnis coronaria

Rose campion is a clump-forming perennial which is perhaps grown as much for its basal clumps of ovate, densely woolly, silver-gray leaves as for its vivid rose magenta flowers Flowers bloom profusely on smaller-leafed, gray stems rising 2-3' tall.


Lysimachia clethroids

Graceful arching spikes of tightly packed flowers earns them its name.


Malva sylvestris

Malva sylvestris 'Mystic Merlin'

One tough perennial! 'Zebrina' sports soft pink flowers with striking, raspberry-purple veins, achieving a pinwheel effect. These outstanding 2 inch, bowl-shaped flowers are produced in abundance from early summer to frost on robust, shrub-like


Matteuccia struthiopteris

Will make you look around for dinosaurs. Tall dark-green fronds are wide at the top and taper to the bear stems near the ground. Spreads rapidly with underground runners. The first set of leaves will dies back by mid-summer and be replace with a


Mertensia virginica

Early spring, bell-shaped flowers. Classic woodland flower that will appreciate that type of humus-rich, moist soil in deciduous shade and they will seed and spread to form a charming colony. Since they go dormant in the summer they are best


Miscanthus s. 'Dixieland'

A dwarf form of Miscanthus s. 'Variegatus' with very similar green and white variegated foliage but a shorter, more compact growth habit. This selection will not need staking like its taller cousin. It provides a strong white element to the

Miscanthus s. 'Gracillimus'

Very similar to Graziella. Slender and upright blades; blooms bronze-red in October and age to a silvery white.

Miscanthus s. 'Graziella'

Stiff upright blades that turn copper-red in the fall; nice, soft- white seed heads.

Miscanthus s. 'Morning Light'

Finely textured, variegated leaves turn gold in the fall. Feathery plumes emerge with a red tint and age to soft white. Does will at pond's edge and containers.

Miscanthus s. 'Sieberfeder'

Large feathery plumes emerge in late summer. Blades wider than 'Gracillimus' with white center stripe. Leaves arch downward so give this lots of room to grow.

Miscanthus s. 'Strictus'

Upright green blades with yellow horizontal bands; nice bronze seed head. More upright than Zebra grass. Needs a long hot summer (zone 6 does well) to produce pinkish copper plumes. Reddish tan in the winter.

Miscanthus s. ‘Cabaret

Broad green leaves with wide cream colored stripes.


Monarda 'Jacob Cline'

Very large, bright red florets appear in tight clusters atop stocky square stems. This variety has good mildew resistance.

Monarda 'Raspberry Wine'

Buds that resemble raspberries open to reveal the wine red flowers of this selection. They appear atop the stocky, square stems from midsummer to fall. This variety out-blooms most other monardas. The attractive, dark green foliage exhibits

Monarda x

Monarda x 'Purple Rooster'

True royal purple flowers and excellent mildew resistance. What more can you ask for from a bee balm.


Nepeta faassenii

Nepeta faassenii 'Walker's Low'

Its name doesn't denote it size rather where it was found. Grey-green aromatic foliage on long, arching stems. Lavender blue flowers are produced over a long period in the summer. 2007 PPA Perennial of the Year.


Oenothera 'Fireworks'

Erect stems rise from a mat of red-tinged leaves. It will naturally form a mass of intense yellow.


Osmunda cinnamonea

Another tall fern known for its fertile flower spikes that resembles cinnamon.

Osmunda regalis

Vase-like habit with soft green, airy fronds. A slow spreader that will tolerates sun and wet soil if they come together. Or grow in the more typical fern setting. Can become quite massive in the right setting.


Oxalis crassipes

Oxalis crassipes 'Rosea'

Low mounds of vivid green, clover-like leaves are dotted with small , bright pink flowers all summer if plants are kept moist. Does not set viable seeds.

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