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Perennial

Brunnera m. 'Jack Frost' PP#13859
Perennial; clumping habit. Heart shaped green leaves with a silvery overlay. Tiny, light blue forget-me-not flowers appear in spring. Deer resistant.
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Brunnera m. 'Sea Heart'
Heart shaped, green leaves with a slivery overlay, a thick as an emery board. Holds up well in heat and humidity of Summer. Tiny, light blueand pink flowers appear in the spring. Flowers look like forget-me-not, but two-toned pink and blue. Best in part sun to full shade. Goes well into fall until a good hard frost. Deer resistant.
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Campanula ca. 'Blue Clips'
Flat bell-shaped blue flowers cover this floriferous groundcover growing 6-9" tall. Summer blooming in full sun to light shade. Excellent edging plant for a perennial border.
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Campanula g. 'Dickson's Gold'
Clump forming perennial. Golden foliage with bright blue bell flowers in summer.
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Campanula po. 'Blue waterfall'
Perennial. Low mound of light green foliage is covered with a gush of cool blue, bell-shaped flowers that cascade from the center of the plant.
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Centaurea dealbata 'Gold Bullion'
Clump forming perennial. Bright charreuse foliage spring to fall. Blue blooms with a violet center.
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Cerastium t. 'Snow in Summer'
Ground cover that grows easily in any well-drained soil and spreads quickly by reseeding itself. Fragrant white flowers by the thousands highlight Snow-in-Summer in late spring. Shear off the faded flowers to maintain a tidy mat of fuzzy white leaves for the rest of the growing season.
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Ceratostigma plumbagnioides
Spreading, dwarf, perennial groundcover. Green, then turns maroon red in fall. Flowers are deep gentian-blue from late summer to fall.
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Coreopsis auriculata 'Nana' (yellow)
Perennial. Deep green foliage. Gold flowers bloom late spring-mid summer. Medium growth rate.
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Coreopsis 'Cosmic Eye' PP22601
Perennial. Early summer through early fall, this showy selection produces bright sunny yellow blossoms with a burgandy red eye and gold button center. During the cooler months, the flowers can display a significant amount of magenta coloring which radiates out from the center of the flower onto the petals.
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Coreopsis g. 'Domino' (yellow/red)
Compact perennial with fringed yellow flower and a deep red center floating above slender foliage. Forms an 18" mound. Full sun. Heat and drought tolerant. Summer to fall bloom time. Zone 3-9.
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Coreopsis g. 'Early Sunrise' (double yellow)
Perennial. Semi-double deep yellow flowers that flush to orange -yellow near the center. Long summer bloom time. Heat and drought tolerant. Blooms from June-September.
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Coreopsis l. 'Baby Sun' (golden)
Clump forming perennial. Flowers are single golden yellow with red flecks at the base which bloom from summer into autumn.
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Coreopsis v. 'Moonbeam' (yellow)
Perennial. Creamy yellow single flowers on compact plant, continuous summer blooming, thread-like foliage.
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Coreopsis v. 'Zagreb' (yellow)
Average well-drained soil, very drought tolerant. Golden, daisy-like blooms appear in loose clusters from June-September. Finely divided, thread-like leaves.
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Crocosmia 'Emberglow' (burnt orange)
Superb early blooming crocosmia. Bright orange-red tubular flowers contrast well with the deep purple stems. Mid summer bloom time. Attracts hummingbirds.
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Crocosmia 'Emily Mckenzie' (orange)
Blooms in toasted burnt orange with contrasting mahogany eyes; mix with fiery canna lilies and dahlias for a sizzling spectacle that's deceptively easy to grow.
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Crocosmia 'Lucifer' (red)
Abundant brilliantly red tubular flowers atop slightly arching 3 foot swordlike stems. Attractive seedpods persist thru fall. Plant in mass for a showy statement. Great as a cutting flower. Will attract butterflies and hummingbirds. Divide in spring to maintain plant health.
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Delphinium n. 'Fox' (orange)
Produces clouds of scarlet orange flowers that denslely coverthe tops of the the plants. This selction blooms very well and is nice in containers with mixed plantings.
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Dianthus 'Firewitch' (magenta)
Shocking magenta-pink flowers appear in masses above a silvery-blue evergreen foliage.
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Dianthus gr. 'Tiny Rubies' (pink)
Low growing, mat forming perennial. Gray green, grass-like. Tiny, fragrant rose color.
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Dianthus 'Neon Star' PP14549
Vibrant florescent pink flowers cover the evergreen glaucous foliage forming a compact 7" mound. Spicy scent of cloves.
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Dianthus 'Shining Star' (Pink) PP#20312
Large, single, very bright pink, star flowers held above the foliage. Long blooming. Compact, mounding, blue green foliage.
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Dicentra f. 'King of Hearts'
Clumping. Large dark rose flowers with the most sumptuous, lacy, gray blue foliage in a duet that is incomparable.
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Dicentra f. 'Luxurient' PP#3324
Reddish pink heart-shaped blooms. Blooms for many months beginning in early spring. Can tolerate sun well. Will not go into summer dormancy if given adequate moisture. Classic perennial.
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Dicentra s. 'Alba'
Clump forming perennial with flwehy roots. White, heart shaped blooms. Prefers moist fertile soil.
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Dicentra s. 'Gold Heart'
A splendid accent in the border! Lovely pink heart-shaped blossoms are produced on tall arching stems that rise above the golden colored foliage on this unusual selection of Bleeding Heart.
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Dicentra spectabilis (pink-white)
Clump forming perennial with flwehy roots. Fern-like intense blue. Rosy pink, heart shaped.
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Dicentra x 'Bacchanal'
Compact habit of fern like grey-green foliage. Clusters of delicate heart shaped wine red flowers. Remove faded flowers to increase bloom time. Excellent in a woodland garden.
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Digitalis Purpurea 'Excelsior'
The flowers of Excelsior hybrids fully surround the stem with rich shades of pink to lavender pink, light pink, and pure white. This biennial form blooms in June and July and reseeds itself.
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Echinacea p. 'Magnus' (pink)
Erect perennial with sometimes green hairy stems. Rosy pink flowers from June through September.
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Echinacea p. 'Pow Wow Berry'
Highly basal-branching and upright habit. Adaptable to many soil conditions. Pink flowers.
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Echinacea p. 'Ruby Star' (purple)
Dark, carmine-red flowers that curl back and surround a burnt orange cone center.
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Echinacea p. 'White Swan'
4 inch wide flowers with white petals and dark conical centres. Vigorous plant, flowering July to October. Flowers smell of honey.
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Echinacea purpurea 'Double Decker'
Perennial has coarsely serrated, dark green leaves with short, stiff hairs. Use in a perennial bed or along a fence or wall. Late spring and early summer, double lavender pink flowers with a brown central cone are borne.
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Epimedium pr. 'Frohnleiten'  (yellow)
Red mottled heart shaped leaves. Sprays of yellow flowers above semi-evergreen foliage. Attractive as a groundcover in shady woodland gardens. Grows well under trees.
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Epimedium versicolor 'Sulphureum' (yellow)
Red mottled heart shaped leaves. Sprays of two toned pastel yellow flowers sit above semi-evergreen foliage. Attractive as a groundcover in shady woodland gardens. Grows well under trees.
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Epimedium x Rubrum (red)
Small star shaped flowers in spring. New growth emerges with a red tinge, maturing to green. Showy bronze color in fall. Excellent woodland groundcover. Drought tolerant once established.
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Epimedium young. 'Niveum' (white)
Short-spurred to spurless, pure white flowers which appear in spring above the foliage. Flowers bloom later in spring than most other epimediums.
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Eremurus 'Cleopatra'
Tall spikes of tons of starry florets in spring or early summer. Makes excellent cut flowers.
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Eupatorium atropurpureum
Plants form huge clumps of coarse green leaves, bearing enormous umbrella-like heads of rosy-purple flowers in late summer. Attracts butterflies. Good for cut flowers.
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Eupatorium cannabinum
Rich, moist to wet soil. Blooms July-August. Attracts Butterflies.
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Euphorbia amyg. 'Purpurea'
Perennial. Dark purple/red foilage. Yellow flowers bloom in spring. Fast growing.
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Euphorbia amyg. 'Robbiae' (chartreuse)
Bushy, softly hairy, evergreen perennial. Dark green and leathery foliage. Greenish yellow flowers from mid-spring to early summer
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Euphorbia ch. 'Tasmanian Tiger' PP#15715
Perennial. Each leaf is edged perfectly in cream, and upper bracts take on a creamy bow-tie display in early spring.
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Euphorbia char. 'Glacier Blue'
Evergreen perennial. Variegated foilage. White flowers bloom spring.
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Euphorbia 'Diamond Frost'
Hybrid produces masses of pure white bracts above finely textured, apple green foliage. It adds stunning texture and color to a border. Blooms year round, and may be brought indoors or treated as an annual in cooler climates.
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Euphorbia 'Faded Jeans'
Mounding compact variety with fine needle like, blue-green foliage. Drought tolerant once established.
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Euphorbia 'Fens Ruby'
Very soft, fine foliage, new growth emerges purple and turns grey-blue. Yellow flowers in summer.
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Euphorbia 'First Blush'
This colorful selection of Euphorbia has light green leaves with wide, cream-colored margins. From spring into summer, they are flushed with bright rose-pink, lending a beautiful tricolor effect to the plant. In early spring, radiant yellow bracts surround the rosy flower buds.
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