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Coreopsis g. 'Flying Saucers' PP#10299 (yellow)
Perennial. Large, single glowing golden flowers from early June non-stop through summer.
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Coreopsis g. 'Sunfire'
Beautiful, bright yellow semi-double flowers on 2' slender stems. Summer blooming perennial. Full sun to part shade. Heat and drought tolerant.
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Coreopsis 'Garnet' PP22485
Numerous garnet-red colored flowers on a compact habit. Well suited both for containers and landscape. Brightens up low maintenance areas like nothing else.
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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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Coreopsis x 'Limerock Ruby' (red)
Very long blooming summer perennial. Bright ruby red daisy-like flowers with yellow centers. Vigorous mound of finely cut foliage reaches 2-3' tall. Full sun or light shade. Tender perennial Zones 7-9.
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Coreopsis x 'Tequila Sunrise' (orange)
Perennial. Variegated foliage. Yellow flowers bloom during the summer. Slow growing.
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Corydalis fl. 'Blue Panda'
Compact, free-flowering with blue flowers. Blooms May trough June, and even longer in warm climates.
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Crocosmia 'Constance' (orange-yellow)
A showy new hybrid producing an endless succession of large deep orange-red flowers. Lovely form of Crocosmia with arching spikes of warm orange lily shaped flowers with glowing yellow centres, rise on long stems over grass like green 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 'George Davidson' (yellow)
Clumping perennial. Very graceful, great perennial that keeps coming back. Sprays of 3 inch wide yellow-orange flowers. Flowers rise above the foliage and open in mid summer. Among the first of the Crocosmia to bloom.
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Crocosmia 'Jenny Bloom' (yellow)
Mango colored buds open to an intense orange-yellow. Individual flowers are one inch across. Brilliantly colored six petaled tubular flowers on arching stems rise out of lance shaped foliage in high summer. These cormous perennials are treasures from South Africa for the hot sunny border. Hummingbirds war over their blooms. Good for cut flowers. The dried seed heads are very attractive.
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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 gr. 'Blue Butterfly'
Perennial. A short-lived perennial that is often grown as a biennial or annual.
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Delphinium 'Magic Fountains'
Perennial. Blooms early to mid summer. A compact variety, in a wide range of colors. moist well-drained soil is ideal.
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Delphinium 'Magic Fountains' Lavender
HABIT: Perennial.
SIZE: 3' tall, 2' wide. 
HARDINESS: (USDA zones 2-9).
DESCRIPTION: Blooms early to mid summer. moist well-drained soil is ideal.
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Delphinium 'Magic Fountains' White
A compact variety, in a wide range of colors, including blue, lavender, rose and white. Many colors feature a white 'bee' or center. Lower height gives it some stability in winds, with less breaking of flower stems. Moist well-drained soil is ideal.
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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 'Cranberry Ice' PP18342
Intricately patterned pink flower with fuchsia-purple eye and matching wide picotee pinked edge. Fragrant. Mounding blue-green foliage.
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Dianthus 'Eastern Star' PP14437
Pink blooms in June. Tolerant of poor soil; should be well-drained.
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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 'Scent First Passion' (Red) PP#20440
Double, rich velvety red, scented flowers. Neat, dusky green tussocks.
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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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Dianthus 'Strawberry Sorbet' PP18338
Deep velvety-red flowers with bright pink splotched petals and matching picotee edge. Fragrant. Mounding blue-green foliage.
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Dicentra eximia
HABIT: Clump forming rhizomatous perennial.
SIZE: 24" high, 18" wide 
LEAF: Mid to gray green 
HARDINESS: -20 to 30*. 
EXPOSURE: Partial shade 
FLOWER: Deep rose-pink buds open to narrow pink, purple pink or white.
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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 'Adrian Bloom'
Long bloom period and slightly more sun-tolerant than similar Dicentra eximia types. Striking flower and foliage color contrast. Copious sprays of rich crimson-rose flowers in late spring through summer above mounds of gray-green foliage. Partial shade. USDA Hardiness Zones 3 to 8; AHS Heat Zones 10 to 1.
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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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Dicentra x 'Cherry Red'
HABIT: Clump forming perennial with fleshy roots
HARDINESS: To -40 degrees F. 
EXPOSURE: Partial shade 
SIZE: 12 to 15 inch high; 18 inch spread 
LEAF: Fern-like intense blue 
FLOWER: Cherry red, heart shaped 
CULTURE: Moist fertile soil
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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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Digitalis Purpurea 'Foxy'
This compact selection produces flowers in a range of soft pastel shades, from cream to pink and rose.
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Echinacea 'Meteor Pink'
Double pink anemone-like flowers on a compact plant. Sturdy stems. No staking needed. Perfect for the middle of the flower bed. Great as a cut flower.
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Echinacea p. 'Big Sky After Midnight'
Dramatic black stems hold fragrant flower heads of rich magenta-purple petals and blackish red center cone. Short upright bushy plant.
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Echinacea p. 'Big Sky Harvest Moon'
Earthy golden flowers with golden orange cone. Drought tolerant once established.
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Echinacea p. 'Big Sky Summer Sky'
Pastel orange to pink flowers with rose halo and orange cone. Huge 5" flower.
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Echinacea p. 'Big Sky Sundown'
Bright coral orange blooms on sturdy stems with dark brown cones. Excellent cut flower. Leave cones in winter for winter interest. Drought tolerant once established.
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Echinacea p. 'Big Sky Sunrise'
Citron yellow flower with green central cone. Drought tolerant once established.
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Echinacea p. 'Big Sky Twilight'
Rose red petals with unusual deep red central cone. Drought tolerant once established.
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Echinacea p. 'Little Giant'
Dwarf purple coneflower, but still produces large flowers. Drought tolerant once established.
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Echinacea p. 'Little Magnus' (pink)
Erect perennial with sometimes green hairy stems. Rosy purple flowers from June through September.
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