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Perennial

Aquilegia v. 'Clementine'
Part of a spectacular new generation of columbine with flowers resembling a double Clematis. The fuchsia-red flowers are fully double and spurless. Butterflies and hummingbirds love the intense color! The upward facing flowers also make excellent cut flowers. Resistant to both deer and rabbits.
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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Winky Blue and White'
Showy flowers of deep blue and white in early spring. Will attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Excellent cutting flower. Perfect for a woodland garden. May self sow.
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Aquilegia vulgaris 'Woodside Gold'
Upright, stemmed perenniall. Unusual golden foliage . Colors include white, lilac and shades of purple.
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Arabis blepharophylla ‘Spring Charm’ (pink)
Evergreen leaves, bearing masses of sweetly fragrant, deep-pink flowers for several weeks. Drought tolerant once established. Needs well drained soil. Excellent in rock gardens.
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Arctotis x 'Pumpkin Pie'
Deep orange daisy-like blooms. Silver leaves provide nice backdrop.
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Armeria m. 'Dusseldorf'
Easy plant for a sunny spot in the rock garden. Flowers are ball-shaped clusters, reddish-pink in colour. Foliage is a clump of grassy leaves. Blooms in late June-early July.
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Armeria maritima
Mounding, clumping, tufted perennial. Dense rose-red flower globes held on 6-12" stems from April to July.
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Armeria maritima 'Splendens'
Mounding, clumping, tufted, evergreen perennial. Hot pink flower from April to July.
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Armeria pseudameria 'Joystick Mix'
A hardy perennial that has cushions of deep green foliage adorned with 1-1/2 to 2" round, allium-like blooms in shades of lilac, red and white. Armeria likes well drained soil and full sun.
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Artemisia ar. x 'Powis Castle'
Fast growing herbaceous perennial. Silvery-gray, feathery leaves. It rarely flowers. Good background or bank cover.
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Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'
Short. Bright silver foliage great for edging. Likes a dry sunny place. Split and replant each year for the showiest mounds. Artemisias are prized for their silver leaves and excellent texture. They do not flower conspicuously, but are used for their contrasting foliage.
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Artemisia st. 'Silver Brocade'
Mounding, herbaceous perennial to about 15 inches. Dense, white, wooly divided foliage. Compact, small yellow flowers in summer. Thrives in average to poor dry soil.
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Artichoke
HABIT: perennial vegetable with landscape value
SIZE: 4 feet high; 6 to 8 foot spread 
HARDINESS: 10 to 20 degrees F. 
EXPOSURE: Full Sun
LEAF: Large fern-like and silver green
FLOWER: Thistle-like purple-blue
FRUIT: Edible buds
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Aruncus aethusifolius
Clumping perennial. Fern-like green leaves. Loose pyramidal flower cluster to 3-4" long. Male flower creamy white; female greenish white. Blooms May-July. Yellow to orange fall color.
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Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'
HABIT: Beautiful, round headed, deciduous tree
SIZE: 3-4 feet tall; 1-2 feet spread 
HARDINESS: -20 to -10 degrees F.
EXPOSURE: Full sun 
LEAVES: Large, dark green leaves divided into 5 leaflets 
FLOWER: White Attracts Butterflies
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Asclepias tuberosa
Plant Type: This is a herbaceous plant, it is a perennial which can reach 64cm in height (25inches). The stem is hairy and branches near the top forming several flower heads. The juice is milky.
Leaves: The leaves are alternate. Leaves can reach 13cm in length (5inches). Each narrow, firm leaf is entire.
Flowers: The flowers have 5 Regular Parts and are up to 1cm wide (0.4 inches). They are bright orange. Blooms first appear in early summer and continue into late summer. The corolla reflexed exposing the five erect hoods, the horn is small.
Fruit: A pod filled with tiny seeds each with a tuff of silky hairs which become airborne.Habitat: Dry open areas.
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Astelia 'Silver Spear'
Silver-leafed evergreen landscape plant. Uses: Gardens, pots, patios and containers. Plant among native grasses for a bold show and contrast. Bright orange berries over summer. Position: Semi-shaded and coolish position. Needs some sun for best colouring of leaves. Select a well-drained site and enrich soil with compost or humus. Care: Little needed, but remove wayward leaves to tidy. Protect from harsh frost in colder areas of Zone 9. Height x Width: 1.5 x 1 metres.
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Aster ericoides 'Pink Cloud'
The thousands of small, pale lilac-pink flowers, produce a delicate frothy effect. Self-supporting and disease free. Good for cutting. Best in full sun.
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Aster 'Hazy'
Dark pink to raspberry 1-1/4 to 1-1/2-inch daisy flowers with improved habit and strength over Winston Churchill.
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Aster 'Lady in Black'
Lush, deep purple foliage is covered by thousands of pale-white flowers with deep rose-lavender centers. Leaves achieve richest color when planted in full sun but plants will still bloom in part-shade. Attracts butterflies.
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Aster novi-angliae 'Hella Lacey' (purple)
We are happy to be able to offer these fine New England Asters. They form robust semi-woody clumps which flower from late summer into fall. And do they flower! Each arching branch is covered with blossoms. Tolerant of wet conditions mildew resistant. Long slender royal purple petals radiate from yellow orange centers. Tight compact growth explodes into flower in mid fall.
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Aster novi-angliae 'Purple Dome'
Compact and free flowering. A stunning, deep purple. Disease resistant. We are happy to be able to offer these fine New England Asters. They form robust semi-woody clumps which flower from late summer into fall. And do they flower! Each arching branch is covered with blossoms. Tolerant of wet conditions.
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Aster novi-belgii 'Frida Ballard'
This bright & easy-going new-comer to the autumn (Sept-to-frost) garden offers Raspberry Red! flowers on compact 1-2'stems...a knock-out! S/M
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Aster novi-belgii 'Porzellan'
Delightful pale china blue flowers. A more subtle option to the above! Height 90cm (36”).
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Aster novi-belgii 'Purple Viking'
Big medium blue flower with yellow center. Great keeping quality.
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Aster novi-belgii 'Winston Churchill'
Upright perennial with dark ruby-red flowers lasting from late summer to mid-autumn. Ht 90cm
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Aster 'Persian Rose'
Lush, deep purple foliage is covered by thousands of pale-white flowers with deep rose-lavender centers. Leaves achieve richest color when planted in full sun but plants will still bloom in part-shade. Attracts butterflies. Height to 3', width to 3'. Zones 5-8. Full sun.
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Aster 'Wood's Pink'
Dense, mound of fine textured foliage. Pink flowers late summer into fall. Fast growing.
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Aster 'Wood's Purple'
small semi double blue violet to purple flowers with yellow centers. Compact, mounding growth habit. Enjoy blooms August through September.
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Astilbe c. 'Finale' (Pink)
Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Prefers moist, humusy, organically rich soils. Astilbes are mainstays of shade and woodland gardens. ‘Finale’ is a compact cultivar which features a 4-6” tall foliage mound of fern-like leaves and narrow panicles of pale mauve pink flowers on 12-18” tall stems in early to mid-summer. ‘Finale’ is one of the latest astilbes to bloom.
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Astilbe c. 'Visions in Pink'PP#11860
A later blooming species useful for extending the bloom season into late summer. Visions’ is a compact cultivar which features a foliage mound (to 9” tall) of bronze-green leaves and thick panicles of raspberry flowers on 12-15” tall stems in late spring to early summer. Though garden performance is far superior in moist soils, members of this species are moderately drought tolerant.
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Astilbe c. 'Visions in Red'PP#11965
‘Vision in Red’ is an upright cultivar that forms a foliage mound (to 1 ) of dark green leaves with dark purple stems and petioles. Dark purplish red flowers in thick panicles bloom in late spring to early summer atop branching stems rising to 28” tall. Chinese astilbes are generally noted for having better sun and drought tolerance than other species of astilbe.
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Astilbe ch. ta. 'Superba' (purple)
This astilbe is a bold, very tall plant which features a dark green foliage mound to 24” tall and large, dense panicles of rose-purple flowers on hairy stems rising 4-5’ tall blooms in early to mid-summer. Astilbes are mainstays of shade and woodland gardens and prefers well-drained soils in part shade to full shade.
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Astilbe 'Gloria'
HABIT: Clump forming perennial
HARDINESS: -30 degrees F. 
SIZE: 48 inch high; 24 inch spread 
EXPOSURE: Partial shade 
LEAF: Ovate to lance shaped dark green
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Astilbe s. 'Aphrodite' (pink)
HABIT: Clump forming perennial
HARDINESS: -30 degrees F. 
SIZE: 18 to 24 inch high; 24 inch spread 
EXPOSURE: Partial shade 
LEAF: Ovate to lance shaped bronze 
FLOWER: Dark crimson in early summer 
CULTURE: Extra water in dry spell
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Astilbe s. 'Bronze Elegans' (pink)
HABIT: Clump forming hybrid perennial
HARDINESS: -30 degrees F. 
SIZE: 24 inch high; 18 inch spread 
EXPOSURE: Partial shade 
LEAF: Ovate to lance shaped dark green 
FLOWER; Pink-red in late summer 
CULTURE: Provide extra water in dry spell
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Astilbe s. 'Hennie Graafland' (pink)
Rose/pink spikes 16 to 18 inches tall Dark green foliage Tall version of sprite
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Astilbe s. 'Sprite' (pink)
Dwarf, clump forming perennial. Ovate to lance shaped dark green. Soft shell pink flowers bloom in summer.
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Astilbe s. 'William Buchanan' (white)
HABIT: Dwarf clumping perennial
HARDINESS: -30 degrees F.
SIZE: 12 inch high; 8 inch spread 
EXPOSURE: Partial shade 
LEAF: Ovate to lance shaped red tinted 
FLOWER; White in mid and late summer 
CULTURE: Extra water in dry spell
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Astilbe x ar. 'Bridal Veil' (white)
Mounded form. Medium growth rate. White flowers with deep green foliage. Prefers moist to wet soils.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Catherine Deneuve'
Fluffy plumes of glowing rose-pink flowers over dark green foliage. Needs moist soil.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Cattleya' (pink)
Clump forming, hybrid perennial. Crimson-pink flowers bloom in mid summer.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Fanal' (red)
Clump forming hybrid perennial. Lance shaped dark green.Flowers are dark crimson which bloom in mid June to early July.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Gloria Purpurea' (Lavander-Pink)
Showy spikes of white flowers on feathery plumes. Whitest flower to date on astilbe. Prefers moist soil.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Granat'
Masses of scarlet red feathery flower plumes produced from 24" mound of lacy, deep green to bronze-green foliage. Shade to part shade. Moist soil. Zones 4-8.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Snowdrift' (white)
Showy spikes of white flowers on feathery plumes. Bright green finely cut foliage form a 24" mound. Whitest flower to date on astilbe. Prefers moist soil.
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Astilbe x ar. 'Spartan' (red)
Showy spikes of dark red flowers on feathery plumes. Dark green to bronze-green foliage forms a 24" mound. Shade to part shade. Moist soil. Zones 4-9.
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Astrantia m. 'Hadspen Blood'
Clump-forming perennial. Dark red bracts and red/purple flowers bloom spring through summer.
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Astrantia m. in. 'Rubra'
Variable clump forming perennial. Maroon flowerheads in early to mid-summer.
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Astrantia major
HABIT: Variable clump forming perennial
SIZE: 24 TO 30 INCH HIGH; 18 INCH SPREAD 
HARDINESS: -30 degrees F. 
EXPOSURE: Best in full sun 
LEAF: Deeply lobed basal 
FLOWER: Green, pink in early to mid-summer
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