Veronica spicata ‘Sunny Border Blue’ Speedwell

Veronica spicata ‘Sunny Border Blue’ is a full sun, clumping perennial with lance-shaped, crinkled, and toothed, glossy green leaves. Speedwell bears an erect, sturdy flower spikes up to 7 inches long. The flowers are tubular, dark violet-blue and occur from early summer to late fall. These flowers are great as cut flowers and also will […]

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Spiraea x bumalda ‘Anthony Waterer’ Anthony Waterer Spirea

Spiraea x bumalda is a hybrid between selections of S. japonica. Spireas are summer bloomers with a low shrubby growth habit. Anthony Waterer is a dwarf cultivar and can grow to a height of 3-4 feet with a 4-5 foot spread. The foliage is deciduous with a wine-red to maroon tinged new growth in the […]

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Scabiosa columbaria ‘Butterfly Blue’ Pincushion Flower

Scabiosa columbaria ‘Butterfly Blue’ produces 2″ lavender-blue flowers late spring to early fall that are reminiscent of a pincushion full of pins. Pincushion Flower will get up to 18″ tall with the flower and the gray-green foliage will get 6-8″ tall, the plant can get up to 12-15″ wide. This is a great plant for […]

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Salvia x sylvestris ‘May Night’ May Night Sage

Salvia x sylvestris ‘May Night’ will put on a color show all summer with fuzzy dark purple colored flower spikes. To extend the bloom just cut back. May Night Sage can get 18-36″ tall and 24″ wide at maturity. This is a great plant to attract birds and bees into the garden. Foliage is rough […]

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Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’ Black Eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy

Black Eyed Susans are native to North America and have bright daisy-like composite flowers with a central cone that is very prominent. The flowers are usually in tones of yellow, however the cones may vary from a rust color to black. Many varieties make excellent cut flowers and the plants generally flower from early summer […]

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Rosa x ‘WEKvossutono’ Julia Child Rose PPAF

Julia Child Rose PPAF is a 2006 AARS winner bred by Tom Carruth and was hand selected by Julia Childs to be her name sake before her death, perhaps it was her love of butter that helped her make the choice.  Rosa x ‘WEKvossutono’ is a floribunda with medium height and a rounded, bushy growth […]

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Rosa x ‘Radrazz’ Knock Out® Rose P.P.# 11836

Rosa x ‘Radrazz’ is a floribunda type Rose that was introduced in 2000 and is known for its compact size and resistance to disease, particularly black spot. In 2000, Knock Out® received the prestigious AARS award. This Rose stays compact at 4′ tall with a 3′ spread. Knock Out® Rose P.P. 11836 has 3-4″ in […]

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Rosa x ‘Nearly Wild’ Rose

‘Rosa x ‘Nearly Wild’ is an old garden type floribunda hybrid that was bred in 1941 from ‘Dr. W Van Fleet’ x ‘Leuchstern’. These old garden roses have almost disappeared from the landscape and were found again at old abandoned homesteads. There has been a renewed interest in these old garden roses because of their […]

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Quercus macrocarpa Bur Oak

The slow-growing Bur Oak is a rugged, spreading deciduous tree that will become massive in size with age. The stems are characteristic to the Bur Oak being dark brown in color with lighter color corky wings, this is also true of the bark. The shoots are thick and hairy while the leaves are a glossy […]

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Prunus cerasifera ‘Krauter Vesuvius’ Purple Leaf Plum

Purple Leaf Plum is known for its purple-black leaves. Prunus cerasifera ‘Krauter Vesuvius’ has the darkest foliage of any of the flowering plum, a great contrast for any landscape. This Plum produces light pink flowers in early spring and rarely produces fruit. Purple Leaf Plum is a deciduous tree growing to be 18 feet tall […]

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