Countryside Catalog

SERVICES

Full Service Flower Shop

Our Design Staff offers:
Fresh, Dried and Silk Arrangements
Custom Designed Wedding and Party Flowers
Gift Items For All Occasions
Worldwide Floral Service
Fruit & Gourmet Baskets
Weekly Flower Specials

Landscape Department

Our Design Professionals offer:
In-Store Consultations
On-Site Consultation for Partial or Complete Designs
Plant Material, Brick Patios & Sidewalk Installation
Block & Boulder Retaining Walls
Tree Spade Services

Nursery Sales Lot

Our Illinois Certified Nursery Professionals can help you choose from our vast supply of:
Trees-Balled & Burlaped or Potted
Shrubs-Balled & Burlaped or Potted
Evergreens-Balled & Burlaped or Potted
Rare Garden Collectibles
28 Acres of Growing Fields
Planting Services and Delivery Available

Greenhouse

Our 22 Greenhouses offer our Homegrown:
Annuals, Perennials, Hanging Baskets, Fall Garden Mums & Christmas Poinsettias
Wide Variety of Blooming & Green Plants
Rose Bushes, Vines, and Groundcovers
Vegetables, Herbs, and Small Fruits
Quality Plants for all seasons are our Specialty!

Garden Center

Wall to Wall Gardening Essentials:

Garden Art, Flags, Windsocks & Statuary
Fountains, Bird Baths & Designer Pottery Planters
Decorative Mulch & Stone
Garden Seed, Spring & Fall Bulbs
Bulk Topsoil, Mulch & Gravel
Lawn Seed & Fertilizer and Plant Pharmacy

Bird Care: Homes, Feeders, Food & Information

Christmas Shop:

Fresh Trees, Wreaths & Garlands
Permanent Trees, Wreaths & Garlands
Winter Wonderland to bring back fond memories
and start new traditions!

Aquatics

Our Aquatic Specialist can help you with:
Design & Pond Preparation
Ready-made Pond Liners, Custom Liners, Filters, Pumps, Ultra Violet Lights, Plants & Fish

Proud Member of:

Illinois Green Industry Association
Illinois Landscape Contractors Association
American Nurserymen Landscape Association
Perennial Plant Association
Illinois State Florist Association
American Institute of Floral Designers
Teleflora – Top 100 Florist in United States
Florists Transworld Delivery FTD – Top 500 Florist in United States

GUARANTEE
  1. All trees, shrubs, and evergreens are guaranteed to grow for one year. Should a plant fail to grow, we will make ONE replacement for 100% of the original purchase price which may be applied to NURSERY STOCK ONLY. Only one replacement will be made. All nursery stock planted by Countryside is 100% guaranteed for one full year.

  2. Roses, grasses, perennials, groundcovers, vines, and small fruits are guaranteed for the growing season (through November 1).

  3. Annuals, vegetables, herbs, tropicals, aquatic plants and houseplants are excluded from this guarantee.

  4. Nursery stock, like every living thing, requires proper care. This is the Buyer’s responsibility. Risks beyond our control are the following: Compact soils, planting too deep or too shallow, untimely planting, over fertilization, improper watering, or insect and disease control.

  5. This guarantee shall be void if:
    1. Full payment is not made.
    2. Plants are not planted in the ground.
    3. Plants are damaged by man, animal or act of God.
    4. Plants are installed in above ground containers.
    5. Plants are damaged by the misuse of herbicides by the homeowner or any of his agents.
  6. Original receipt must be presented before any adjustments are made. In lieu of a paper receipt, purchase records may be accessed via the Countryside point of sale system (paperless receipts) assuming the customer provided their name and phone number at the time of purchase.

RETURN POLICY:

Please keep your receipt. The original receipt should accompany all returns. If name and phone number are provided by the customer at the time of purchase, purchase records may be looked up on the Countryside point of sale system.

NO RETURNS ON SALE MERCHANDISE.
NO CASH REFUNDS. Store credit will be issued on approved returns.
Returned plant material must be in excellent condition and must be returned within 48 hours of the original purchase. Returns of plant material must be approved by a manager.

NURSERY DELIVERY CHARGES
Algonquin $58   Lakemoor $70
Barrington $73   Lakewood $48
Bull Valley $58   Marengo $68
Burton’s Bridge $48   McHenry $58
Cary $47   Mundelein $90
Carpentersville $75   Prairie Grove $48
Crystal Lake $47   North Barrington $73
Dundee $85   Richmond $85
Elgin $85   Ridgefield $48
Fox River Grove $58   Ringwood $70
Grayslake $90   Round Lake $80
Gurnee $95   South Barrington $85
Harvard $75   Spring Grove $85
Hebron $85   Union $58
Huntley $68   Volo $70
Island Lake $58   Wauconda $73
Johnsburg $85   Woodstock $58
Lake-in-the-Hills $58   Wonder Lake $68

Delivery Charge includes a driveway drop off only. There is a $10.00 cart charge per item for placement to other areas of the yard.

PLANT MATERIAL INSTALLATION CHARGES

Minimum planting charge is $75.00. Planting price is based on 60% of full plant price. Planting charge includes all equipment and labor necessary for planting.
Soil amendments, mulching, and tree staking are available at the time of planting for an additional charge.

PLANTING TIPS
  • Dig the planting hole anywhere from 1 to 2 times wider than the width of the root ball.
  • Dig your hole so that the top of your ball will be 2-3 inches above ground level. You want to have your plant planted slightly higher for the best transplant ability.
  • Before putting the plant in the hole remove plastic container or plastic shrink-wrapping if applicable. On a balled and burlaped plant, remove the burlap around the top of the ball and remove the top half of the wire basket.
  • Carefully place the plant in the hole and face it for best viewing effect. Slice any circling or matted roots to allow for better root development.
  • Fill the hole half full with a good soil mix, tamping soil lightly to ensure that there are no air pockets.
  • If you have a clay type soil, mix two thirds of your existing soil with one third mushroom compost.
  • If you have a sandy type soil, mix ½ of it with ½ peat moss.
  • Fill the rest of the hole with the soil mix.
  • Soak the plant thoroughly once all of the soil mix has been filled in.
  • Since the trees will be planted slightly higher than the original root balls they should be staked to give stability against wind sway.
  • Generously spread three to four inches of mulch material around the plant. The mulch should be three inches away from the main stem for air circulation and protection from rodent damage.
  • Prune only any broken or damaged branches. Do not prune anything else. In addition to a quality soil mix, a starter fertilizer is recommended at time of planting and again 2 to 3 weeks later. This fertilizer has a high phosphorous analysis and a root-stimulating agent, which encourages root development.
WATERING

Proper Watering Is Critical to Plant Survival
Watering trees, shrubs, evergreens and other plants is simple: Apply sufficient water so that the soil around the roots is thoroughly moist and then allow to dry enough so that some air can penetrate the root ball area. Roots, like leaves, need oxygen and too much continuous water prevents the soil from “breathing”. The larger the plant (more roots) the more water it requires and the longer it takes for the soil to dry sufficiently. Moisture also depends upon the rainfall, temperatures, and soil conditions.

TREES/EVERGREENS
Three days after planting, the tree should be soaked again. During the first year, large trees should be soaked every week, unless there has been a heavy rainfall of 1″ or more during the week. The second year, maintain watering at once per two weeks, unless there is 1″ of rain. During periods of extended drought, water once a week. Continue watering through the middle of November.

The best method for watering trees is to place a hose at the perimeter of the hole and let the water soak slowly into the soil. Move the hose to ensure watering on all sides of the root ball. Approximately one hour of water should be sufficient, but you may need more or less depending on tree size. Do not spray the foliage.

SHRUBS
Shrubs may be watered individually by soaking the soil around each plant. For large plantings of shrubs, a soaker hose may make this task easier. Shrubs should be watered three times a week for the first 6 weeks, and twice a week for the rest of the season. During periods of extreme heat and or drought, you may need to water daily, especially on smaller material (1-2 Gallon). As with trees, you can skip watering when there has been 1″ of rainfall.

SHADE TREES

SUGGESTED USES OF SHADE TREES
Fast Shade—Honeylocust, Autumn Blaze Maple, Weeping Willow.

Dense Shade—Beech, Linden, Maple, Oak.

Light Shade—Birch, Honeylocust.

Fruit to Attract Wildlife—Birch, Linden, Oak.

Fall Color—Autumn Blaze Maple, Emerald Queen Maple, Redpointe Maple, Sugar Maple, Oak, Ginkgo.

Moist Soils—Honeylocust, Linden, Swamp White Oak, Redpointe Maple, River Birch, Willow.

Drought Tolerant—Ginkgo, Locust.

AUTUMN BLAZE MAPLE
ACFRAB

(Acer x freemanii ‘Jeffersred’ P.P. #4,864)
A rounded crown tree which is a cross between a Silver and a Red Maple. Fall color is brilliant red-orange.
Height 40-50′. Spread 30-40′.

6′ 6.2gal (23.7L)
1¼” (1.25) 8.91gal (33.75L)
1¾” (1.75) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ (2″F) B & B
2½” (2.5F) B & B
3″ (3″F) B & B
3½” (3.5″F) B & B
4″ (4″F) B & B
FLAME AMUR MAPLE
ACGIFM

(Acer ginnala ‘Flame’)
A low branched tree with a rounded crown. The deep green leaves turn brilliant red in the fall.
Height 15-20′. Spread 15-20′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
CRIMSON KING MAPLE
ACPLCK

(Acer platanoides ‘Crimson King’)
Burgundy foliage spring through fall. A moderate grower whose habit is rounded. Does best in well drained soil.
Height 35-40′. Spread 25-35′.

1¾” (1.75) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ (2″) B & B
2½” (2.5″) B & B
3″ (3″F) B & B
3½” (3.5F) B & B
4″ (4″F) B & B
PRINCETON GOLD MAPLE
ACPLPG

(Acer platanoides ‘Princeton Gold’)
Attractive yellow foliage which emerges gold in spring. The lobed leaves turn yellow in fall.
Height 45′. Spread 40′.

1″ 8.91gal (33.75L)
ROYAL RED MAPLE
ACPLRR

(Acer platanoides ‘Royal Red’)
A deep purple-foliage, medium-sized tree with leaves turning a reddish-bronze in the fall.
Height 40′. Spread 30′.

1″ 8.91gal (33.75L)
1¾” (1.75) 27.59gal (104.45L)
REGAL PETTICOAT SYCAMORE MAPLE
ACPSRP

(Acer pseudoplatanus ‘Tunpetti’ P.P. #17,537)
The crimson “bird of paradise” buds are striking. The dark glossy green leaves have a velvety purple underside. In fall the leaves turn a yellow on top and magenta pink on the underside with accents of red, oranges and salmons.
Height 30-40′. Spread 25-30′.

1¼” (1.25) 8.91gal (33.75L)
1½” (1.5) 27.59gal (104.45L)
REDPOINTE RED MAPLE
ACRURP

(Acer rubrum ‘Frank Jr.’ P.P. #16,769)
The dark green leaves on this upright, broadly pyramidal tree turn to a brilliant red in the fall.
Height 45′. Spread 30′.

6′ 6.2 gal (23.27L)
1½” (1.5″) 27.59gal (104.45L)
1¾” (1.75) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ (2″) B & B
2½” (2.5″) B & B
3″ (3″F) B & B
GREEN MOUNTAIN SUGAR MAPLE
ACSAGM

(Acer saccharum ‘Green Mountain’)
A long-lived tree, stately with spreading branches that form a broad symmetrical top. Orange/red fall color. Does best in well drained soil.
Height 50-60′. Spread 35-40′.

6′ 6.2gal (23.27L)
1″ 8.91gal (33.75L)
1¼” (1.5) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ (2″F) B & B
2½” (2.5″) B & B
3″ (3″F) B & B
RUBY SUNSET MAPLE
ACTRRS

(Acer truncatum x Acer platanoides ‘JFS-KW249’)
The dark green glossy foliage turns a deep red in the fall. A great choice for smaller sites requiring a more compact tree.
Height 20-25′. Spread 18-20′.

6′ 6.2gal (23.7L)
BRIOTI RED HORSECHESTNUT
AECABR

(Aesculus x carnea ‘Brioti’)
A rounded, very symmetrical tree with large bright red flowers in the spring. Beautiful palmate leaves in the summer turn yellow in the fall.
Height 30′. Spread 35′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
BAUMANNII HORSECHESTNUT
AEHIBH

(Aesculus hippocastanum ‘Baumannii’)
The long lasting double white flowers arrive in late May to early June. The large green leaves turn yellow in the fall. This tree prefers a sunny, moist location.
Height 50-80′. Spread 35-60′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
RIVER BIRCH
BENIRB

(Betula nigra)
Decorative, shaggy, cinnamon brown bark. Likes a sandy, moist soil. Disease and insect resistant.
Height 40-60′. Spread 30-40′.

5-6′ Clump (6’P) 6.2gal (23.27L)
6-7′ Clump (6′) 6.2gal (23.27L)
8-9′ Clump (8′) B & B
9-10′ Clump (10′) B & B
11-12′ Clump (12′) B & B
WHITESPIRE BIRCH
BEPLWB

(Betula platyphylla ‘Whitespire’)
Pyramidal, white bark birch.
Height 30′. Spread 15-25′.

6-7′ Clump (6′) 6.2gal (23.27L)
8-9′ Clump (8′) B & B
9-10′ Clump (10′) B & B
11-12′ Clump (12′) B & B
BLUE BEECH
CACABB

(Carpinus caroliniana)
A spreading, irregular shaped tree with green leaves turning an orange-red in the fall.
Height 20-30′. Spread 30′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
AUTUMN GOLD GINKGO
GIBIAG

(Ginkgo biloba ‘Autumn Gold’)
A slow grower with an upright branching habit. Can tolerate air pollutants and is very insect and disease resistant.
Height 50-80′. Spread 30-40′.

#30 30gal (113.56L)
2″ B & B
MAGYAR GINKGO
GIBIMG

(Ginkgo biloba ‘Magyar’)
A tree that is very tolerant of soil, heat and pollution conditions growing to a majestic size. Green fan-shaped leaves turn yellow in fall.
Height 50-60′. Spread 25-30′.

#15 11.89gal (44.74L)
SKYLINE LOCUST
GLTRSK

(Gleditsia triacanthos inermis ‘Skycole’)
Pyramidal form with a more uniform branching structure. Green compound leaves turn yellow in fall.
Height 50-60′. Spread 30-40′.

2″ B & B
SUNBURST LOCUST
GLTRSU

(Gleditsia triacanthos inermis ‘Suncole’)
Broad irregular head, golden leaves on new growth eventually changing to bright green.
Height 35′. Spread 20-30′.

2″ B & B
BLACK WALNUT
JUNIBW

(Juglans nigra)
Prefers a rich, moist soil but will grow more slowly in a dry area. Lily-of-the-Valley grows very well at the base.
Height 50-75′. Spread 30-40′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
TULIP TREE
LITUTU

(Liriodendron tulipifera)
Tulip tree or yellow poplar is a large, stately, deciduous tree. Pyramidal to broad conical habit. Cup-shaped, yellow, tulip-like flowers that bloom in spring.
Height 60-90′. Spread 30-50′.

2″ B & B
DAWN REDWOOD
MEGLDR

(Metasequoia glyptostroboides)
The light green fine foliage turns to a golden russet in late fall. Prefers a moist area and likes to be with other large specimens. Reasonably fast grower after it is established.
Height 50-60′. Spread 30-40′.

#30 30gal (113.56L)
BURR OAK
QUMABO

(Quercus macrocarpa)
A broadly oval tree with leaves turning from green to yellow-brown in the fall.
Height 50-60′. Spread 30-40′.

6′ 6.2gal (23.27L)
RED OAK
QURURO

(Quercus rubra)
Medium grower with a rounded head, excellent in the landscape or as a street tree. Red fall color.
Height 50-60′. Spread 40-50′

1½” (1.5″) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ B & B
2½” (2.5″) B & B
NIOBE WEEPING WILLOW
SANIWW

(Salix niobe)
Graceful weeping tree with pendulous branches and yellow bark. Very fast growing. Tolerates wet locations.
Height 50′. Spread 30′

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
GREEN MOUNTAIN LINDEN
TITOGM

(Tilia tometosa ‘PN16051’)
A broadly, pyramidal to oval tree having green leaves with a silvery-white lower side.
Height 45′. Spread 35′

1¾” (1.75) 27.59gal (104.45L)
STERLING SILVER LINDEN
TITOSL

(Tilia tomentosa ‘Sterling’)
Pyramidal form with straight trunk and upright branches. Prefers well drained soils. Foliage is glossy green above and silvery-white below. Fragrant pale yellow flowers in drooping clusters appear in late spring to early summer. Yellow fall color.
Height 50-70′. Spread 30-50′.

2″ B & B
PRINCETON ELM
ULAMPE

(Ulmus Americana ‘Princeton Riveredge’)
The Princeton Elm was selected in 1920 for its resistance to the Dutch Elm Disease. It is a fast growing shade tree with green leaves turning a lovely yellow tone in fall.
Height 60-70′. Spread 50-60′.

2″ B & B

FLOWERING & ORNAMENTAL TREES

SUGGESTED USES OF ORNAMENTAL AND FLOWERING TREES

Outstanding Flower Effect—Redbud, Flowering Crabapples, Serviceberry, Magnolia, Japanese Tree Lilac.

Fruit to Attract Birds—Crabapple, Serviceberry.

Fall Color—Flowering Pear, Redbud, Serviceberry.

Drought Tolerant—Flowering Pear.

SHADBLOW SERVICEBERRY
AMCASS

(Amelanchier canadensis)
A multi-stemmed tree with snowy-white flowers borne in mid to late April. Small edible red fruit matures in late June. Yellow to red fall color.
Height 20-30′. Spread 10-15′.

5’CL B & B
AUTUMN BRILLIANCE SERVICEBERRY
AMGRAB

(Amelanchier grandiflora ‘Autumn Brilliance’)
White flowers in spring on a multiple stem small tree. Green leaves turn a bright red in the fall.
Height 20-25′. Spread 10-15′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
7′ 6.2gal (23.27L)
6’CL B & B
8’CL B & B
SPRING FLURRY SERVICEBERRY
AMLASF

(Amelanchier Laevis ‘JFS-Arb’ P.P. #15304)
A dominant central leader support the strongly upward-oriented branches. Pure white blooms in early spring give way to edible purplish, blue fruit in June. The birds love the fruit.
Height 28′. Spread 20′.

6′ 6.2gal (23.27L)
1¼” (1.25) 8.91gal (33.75L)
EASTERN REDBUD
CECARB

(Cercis canadensis)
A small, vase shaped tree with purplish pink flowers in early spring. Heart shaped leaves.
Height 20-30′. Spread 10-20′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
2″ B & B
2½” (2.5″) B & B
5′ Clump (5’CL) 3.6gal (13.75L)
6′ Clump (6’CL) B & B
LITTLE WOODY REDBUD
CECALW

(Cercis canadensis ‘Little Woody’ P.P. #15,854)
Lavender-pink flowers in early spring on arching branches. Smaller tree prefers a drier location and sun or part sun.
Height 10-12′. Spread 8-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
WHITE FRINGE TREE
CHVIWF

(Chionanthus virginicus)
Beautiful white, lace-like flowers in mid spring turn into bird attractors as blue fruit develops in late summer. Long green leaves turn a lovely yellow in the fall. A smaller size accent tree.
Height 20-25′. Spread 20-25′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
PAGODA DOGWOOD
COALPD

(Cornus alternifolia)
Strong, horizontal branches give a more layered structure. Creamy white flowers in spring are a beautiful contrast with the reddish bark. The bright blue-black fruit later in the summer is a favorite of the birds. The lush green leaves turn a brilliant red in the fall.
Height 15-20′ Spread 15-20′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
5′ 6.2gal (23.27L)
BUTTERFLIES MAGNOLIA
MAGXBM

(Magnolia x ‘Butterflies’ P.P. #7,456)
Beautiful yellow flowers in spring before leaves appear on an upright pyramidal specimen.
Height 20′. Spread 20′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 Tree Form (7TF) 6.2gal (23.27L)
6″ B & B
BLACK TULIP MAGNOLIA
MAGXBT

(Magnolia × soulangiana ‘Black Tulip’)
Gorgeous deep reddish-purple flowers are a heralding of spring. Deep green leaves in summer, turn yellow in fall.
Height 15-20′. Spread 6-10′.

#5 Tree Form (5TF) 3.6gal (13.75L)
ANN MAGNOLIA
MAGXAM

(Magnolia x liliiflora ‘Ann’)
The ‘Little Girl’ Series’ of Magnolias bloom later in the spring. Purple-red flowers. Shrub-like growth pattern.
Height 10-15′. Spread 8-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
5′ B & B
JANE MAGNOLIA
MALSJA

(Magnolia x liliiflora ‘Jane’)
The ‘Little Girl’ Series’ of Magnolias bloom later in the spring. Reddish-purple flowers. Shrub-like growth pattern.
Height 10-15′. Spread 8-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
5′ B & B
SUSAN MAGNOLIA
MALSSU

(Magnolia x liliiflora ‘Susan’)
The ‘Little Girl’ Series’ of Magnolias bloom later in the spring. Red-purple flowers. Shrub-like growth pattern.
Height 10-15′. Spread 8-10′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
5′ B & B
6′ B & B
MERCURY MAGNOLIA
MANCMM

(Magnolia ‘NCMX1’ P.A.F.)
Deep pink buds open to very large lavender-pink flowers opening much later than Saucer Magnolia.
Height 20-25′. Spread 10-15′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
1¼” (1.25) 8.91gal (33.75L)
SAUCER MAGNOLIA
MASOSM

(Magnolia soulangiana ‘Saucer’)
Purple, pink and white blossoms in spring. Wonderful rich green foliage during the growing season.
Height 25-30′. Spread 25-30′.

5′ B & B
CENTENNIAL BLUSH STAR MAGNOLIA
MASTCM

(Magnolia stellata ‘Centennial Blush’ P.P. #22,248)
Pink buds open to incredibly full and wonderfully fragrant pale pink flowers in spring. Attractive medium green foliage follows in the summer turning yellow to bronze in autumn.
Height 12-18′. Spread 10-15′.

6′ Tree Form (6’TF) 8.91gal (33.75L)
#10 Clump Form (10CL) 8.91gal (33.75L)
ROYAL STAR MAGNOLIA
MASTRS

(Magnolia stellata ‘Royal Star’)
Dense shrub with showy, fragrant, double white flowers in April.
Height 10-15′. Spread 8-10′

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
6′ Clump Form (6’CL) B & B
CAMELOT CRABAPPLE
MALUCL

(Malus ‘Camzam’)
A lovely dwarf tree that forms red buds, with pink and white flowers in spring and 3/8″ burgundy fruits. Nice accent plant.
Height 10′. Spread 8′

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
GLADIATOR CRABAPPLE
MALUGL

(Malus x adstringens ‘Durleo’ P.P. #20,167)
The beautiful pink flowers show well with the bronze-purple leaves. Narrower crab for smaller spaces.
Height 18-20′. Spread 8-10′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
PRAIRIE FIRE CRABAPPLE
MALUPF

(Malus x ‘Prairifire’)
Foliage is red/maroon aging to reddish/green. Crimson buds open to bright pinkish-red single flowers. Dark red persistent ½” fruit.
Height 20′. Spread 20′.

1″ 8.91gal (33.75L)
1½” (1.5″) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ B & B
6’CL B & B
ROYAL RAINDROPS CRABAPPLE
MALURR

(Malus ‘JFS-KW5’ P.P. #14,375)
A dark foliage shows off the magenta-pink flowers in spring.
Height 20′. Spread 15′.

6′ 6.3gal (23.27L)
1″ 8.91gal (33.75L)
1¼” (1.25″) 8.91gal (33.75L)
1½” (1.5″(F)) 19.59gal (74.17L)
1¾” (1.75″) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ (2″F) B & B
2½” (2.5″) B & B
4’CL 6.3gal (23.27L)
8’CL B & B
RUBY TEARS CRABAPPLE
MALURT

(Malus ‘Bailears’ P.P. #22,001)
Naturally weeping form of Crabapple with showy pink flowers. Burgundy-green foliage. Fruit is an attractive dark red.
Height 8-10′. Spread 12-15′.

6′ 6.3gal (23.27L)
SPARKLING SPRITE CRABAPPLE
MALUSP

(Malus ‘JFS-KW207’)
Pink buds open to white flowers cover the dense, rounded head. The bright green foliage is a backdrop to the yellow-orange apples.
Height 10-12′. Spread 10-12′.

4′ 6.3gal (23.27L)
SPRING SNOW CRABAPPLE
MALUSS

(Malus x ‘Spring Snow’)
A rounded form with white, fragrant, single flowers. This is an almost sterile variety with little to no fruit.
Height 20-25′. Spread 15-20′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
2″ B & B
SARGENT TINA CRABAPPLE
MALUST

(Malus sargentii ‘Tina’)
Pinkish-red buds open to white flowers in spring with red ¼” fruit on a dwarf spreading type tree.
Height 6-8′. Spread 8-10′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
WEEPING MULBERRY
MOALWM

(Morus alba ‘Pendula’)
The large green leaves show the weeping structure of the branches very well. Leaves turn to a wonderful golden-yellow in the fall.
Height 6-10′. Spread 6-10′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
NEWPORT PLUM
PRCENP

(Prunus cerasifera ‘Newport’)
Round-headed, small tree with reddish-purple leaves throughout the summer. Pink flowers. Good accent.
Height 15-20′. Spread 15-20′.

1″ 6.2gal (23.27L)
SPRING WONDER CHERRY
PRSASW

(Prunus sargentii ‘Hokkaido Normandale’)
This beautiful upright vase-shaped tree has single pink flowers in early May. The new growth is purplish turning to a dark green by summer that showcases the reddish brown bark.
Height 20-25′. Spread 18-24′.

6′ 8.91gal (33.75L)
SNOW FOUNTAINS WEEPING CHERRY
PRSNWC

(Prunus x ‘Snofozam’)
White flowers on graceful weeping branches. Small green leaves turn a golden to orange color in fall.
Height 10-12′. Spread 12-15′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
DOUBLE WEEPING CHERRY
PRSUWC

(Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula Plena Rosea’)
Double pink flowers on graceful weeping tree with dark green foliage that turns yellow to bronze in fall.
Height 10-12′. Spread 10-12′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
AUTUMN BLAZE PEAR
PYCAAB

(Pyrus calleryana ‘Autumn Blaze’ P.P.#4,591)
A distinct rounded form of flowering pear with white flowers in spring and orange-red fall color.
Height 30-35′. Spread 20′.

2″ (2″F) B & B
CHANTICLEER PEAR
PYCACP

(Pyrus calleryana ‘Glensform’)
A pyramidal and narrow tree that bears white flowers in early spring. Foliage is a rich glossy green in summer and red in fall. A nice accent tree.
Height 40′. Spread 15′.

1¼” (1.25) 11.18gal (44.74L)
1¾” (1.75) 27.59gal (104.45L)
2″ (2″F) B & B
2½” (2.5F) B & B
3″ B & B
KOREAN SUN PEAR
PYFAKS

(Pyrus faurieri ‘Westwood’)
A compact rounded crown smaller tree has white flowers in early spring. The deep green leaves turn to a red-burgundy in the fall.
Height 12-15′. Spread 15-18′.

1″ 8.91gal (33.75L)
IVORY SILK JAPANESE TREE LILAC
SYREIS

(Syringa reticulate ‘Ivory Silk’)
Creamy white flowers in late May to early June. The lush green leaves turn to a wonderful yellow in the fall.
Height 20-25′. Spread 15′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
6′ 8.91gal (33.75L)
2″ B & B
6’CL B & B
SNOWDANCE JAPANESE TREE LILAC
SYRESD

(Syringa reticulate ‘Bailnce’ P.P. #20,458)
Large, fragrant panicles of creamy white flowers in very late spring. Seedless variety. Foliage is a lustrous dark green in summer turning a light yellow in the fall.
Height 18′. Spread 20′.

1½” (1.5″) 19.59gal (74.17L)
2¼” (2.25) B & B

EVERGREENS

SUGGESTED USES OF EVERGREENS
Foundations—Boxwood, Globe Arborvitae, Mint Julep Juniper, Andorra Juniper, Blue Arrow Juniper, Moonglow Juniper, Mugho Pine, Upright Yew and Spreading Yew, and Rare Garden Collectibles.

Outstanding Color Effect—Fire Chief Globe Arborvitae, Golden Charm Cypress, Blue Chip, Sea of Gold, and Gold Cone Juniper, Globe Blue Spruce.

Rock Gardens—Hetzi and Little Giant Arborvitae, Boxwood, Japanese Garden Juniper, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, and Rare Garden Collectibles.

Screening—Arborvitae, Fir, Pine, and Spruce.

Shady Areas—Arborvitae, Euonymus, Hemlock, Holly and Yews.

Specimens—Fat Albert Spruce, Upright Junipers and Dwarf Conifers.

CONCOLOR FIR
ABCOCO

(Abies concolor)

Upright, curved needles have a silver-green color. This wonderful slow growing evergreen has an upright rounded, pyramidal form. Good for areas that have a tendency to be on the dry side.
Height 40-50′. Spread 25-30′.

5′ B & B
6′ B & B
CREAM BALL FALSE CYPRESS
CHPICB

(Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘Cream Ball’)

A dwarf slow growing cypress with creamy-white foliage. Soft textured and with a nice globe shape. Little pruning needed. Plant in full sun to part shade.
Height 3′. Spread 3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SOFT SERVE FALSE CYPRESS
CHPISS

(Chamamaecyparis pisifera ‘Don Whiting’ P.P. #20,833)
Compact, conical upright evergeen with graceful, soft fern-like branching. Leaves are bright green on top and flecked with silver-blue on underside.
Height 6-10′. Spread 5-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GOLDEN CHARM CYPRESS
CHPIGC

(Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera ‘Golden Charm’)
A compact bright yellow mounding evergreen that prefers to be planted in full sun or partial shade.
Height 5-6′. Spread 7.8′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SUNGOLD THREAD BRANCH CYPRESS
CHPISU

(Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera ‘Sungold’)
A compact, erect shrub with golden-yellow, threadlike foliage. A free-form mound that is an excellent border plant.
Height 3-4′. Spread 4-5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLUE POINT JUNIPER
JUCHBP

(Juniperus chinensis ‘Blue Point’)
A dense, broad pyramid form. Glowing blue-green upright Juniper.
Height 10-12′. Spread 6-8′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MINT JULEP JUNIPER
JUCHMJ

(Juniperus chinensis ‘MONLEP’™)
Compact habit with arching branches and brilliant mint green foliage.
Height 3-4′. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7P (Pom Pom) 6.25gal (23.27L)
SPARTAN SPIRAL JUNIPER
JUCHSJ

(Juniperus chinensis ‘Spartan’)
Handsome, fast growing evergreen that forms dark green, densely branched columns useful as a formal accent. Excellent sheared topiary. Tolerates heat, cold and drought.
Height 15′. Spread 3-5′.

#10 (10S) 8.91gal (33.75L)
TRAUTMAN JUNIPER
JUCHTJ

(Juniperus chinensis ‘Trautman’)
A very narrow bluish-green upright Juniper. This Juniper would be a hardy alternative to an Italian Cypress for tight spots.
Height 8-12′. Spread 1-2′.

5′ B & B
YOUNGSTOWN ANDORRA JUNIPER
JUHOAJ

(Juniperus horizontalis plumosa compacta ‘Youngstown’)
Low prostrate grower, tightly knit with bright green foliage turning purple in winter.
Height 15-18″. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLUE CHIP JUNIPER
JUHOBC

(Juniperus horizontalis ‘Blue Chip’)
Low prostrate habit and excellent blue foliage throughout the year.
Height 8-10″. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
KALLAY’S COMPACT JUNIPER
JUPFKC

(Juniperus chinensis pfitzeriana ‘Kallay’s Compact’)
A vigorous, dense, compact grower with bright green dense foliage for use as a foundation plant.
Height 2-3″. Spread 3-4′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SEA OF GOLD JUNIPER
JUPFSG

(Juniperus x pfitzeriana ‘Monsan’ P.P. #17,622)
The golden lacy foliage on this compact, mounding evergreen retains its color late into the winter.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DWARF JAPANESE GARDEN JUNIPER
JUPRJG

(Juniperus procumbens ‘Nana’)
Dwarf creeping green groundcover. Slow growing.
Height 8-12″. Spread 3-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BUFFALO JUNIPER
JUSABJ

(Juniperus sabina ‘Buffalo’)
Bright green foliage, feathery branches.
Height 12″. Spread 4-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CALGARY CARPET JUNIPER
JUSACC

(Juniper sabina ‘Monna’)
A low growing groundcover with soft green foliage.
Height 6-9″. Spread up to 10′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MOONGLOW JUNIPER
JUSCMG

(Juniperus scopulorum ‘Moonglow’)
Lovely powder blue foliage on an upright and narrow evergreen. Plant in full sun.
Height 12-15′. Spread 4-6′.

6′ B & B
WICHITA BLUE JUNIPER
JUSCWB

(Juniperus scopulorum ‘Wichita Blue’)
An upright columnar evergreen with a deep blue-green color. Plant in full sun.
Height 12-15′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLUE ARROW JUNIPER
JUVIBA

(Juniperus virginiana ‘Blue Arrow’)
A narrow upright juniper with tight, bright blue foliage. Does well as a corner accent or as a screen. Moderate to slow growing. Plant in full sun.
Height 12-15′. Spread 2′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
SKYROCKET JUNIPER
JUVISJ

(Juniperus virginiana ‘Skyrocket’)
Silvery blue foliage on an upright evergreen.
Height 12-15′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
6′ Spiral (6″SP) B & B
NORWAY SPRUCE
PIABNS

(Picea abies)
An excellent windbreak tree because of its fast growth habit. Cones are up to 6″ long; can be used for decorating purposes.
Height 40-50′. Spread 20-30′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
5′ B & B
6′ B & B
PUMILA NORWAY SPRUCE
PIABPU

(Picea abies ‘Pumila’)
Dark green foliage. Ideal plant for small areas.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
DWARF ALBERTA SPRUCE
PIGLAS

(Picea glauca ‘Conica’)
Very slow-growing conical, bright green dwarf spruce. Good for rock gardens.
Height 5-7′. Spread 4′.

12″ 2.85 qt (2.7L)
24″ 2.27gal (8.6L)
30″ 2.27gal (8.6L)
36″ 2.27gal (8.6L)
42″ 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
BLACK HILLS SPRUCE
PIGLBH

(Picea glauca ‘Densata’)
A slower growing pyramidal spruce with green needles.
Height 20-40′. Spread 15-20′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SERBIAN SPRUCE
PIOMSS

(Picea omorika)
A narrow pyramidal evergreen form with glossy-green needles that have white stripes on the underside of the needles. A slow growing evergreen preferring full sun and well drained soil.
Height 30-50′. Spread 15-25′.

6′ B & B
BABY BLUE SPRUCE
PIPUBL

(Picea pungens ‘Baby Blue’)
Silvery blue foliage. They are typically strong, symmetrical growers.
Height 40-60′. Spread 30-40′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
4′ B & B
BABY BLUE EYES SPRUCE
PIPUBB

(Picea pungens ‘Baby Blue Eyes’)
A slow growing pyramidal bright blue evergreen that can be used as a small accent plant.
Height 20-30′. Spread 10-15′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
3′ B & B
5′ B & B
COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE
PIPUBS

(Picea pungens ‘Glauca’)
Steel blue-tip foliage on a broad pyramidal shape.
Height 40-60′. Spread 30-40′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
7′ (7’F) B & B
8′ (8’F) B & B
9′ (9’F) B & B
10′ (10’F) B & B
FAT ALBERT BLUE SPRUCE
PIPUFA

Picea pungens glauca ‘Iseli Fat Albert’)
A beautiful deep-blue pyramid shaped evergreen.
Height 30-40′. Spread 20-30′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
SESTER DWARF BLUE SPRUCE
PIPUSD

(Picea pungens ‘Sester’)
A slow-growing dwarf size evergreen that does not need pruning to maintain its pyramidal form.
Height 8-10′. Spread 5-6′.

#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
#10 8.91 gal (33.75L)
PUMILO MUGHO PINE
PIMUMP

(Pinus mugho ‘Pumilo’)
Dwarf conifer displaying dark green needles on dense branches. Useful slow-growing evergreen. Sun to part shade.
Height 3-5′. Spread 6-10′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
MOPS MUGHO PINE
PIMUMS

(Pinus mugho ‘Mops’)
A low, compact, dense mounding evergreen that requires no shearing.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
EASTERN WHITE PINE
PISTWP

(Pinus strobus)
Light green color and soft-textured long needles. Tolerates some shade.
Height 20-30′. Spread 15-20′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
6′ B & B
DOUGLAS FIR
PSMEDF

(Pseudotsuga menziesii)
Open pyramidal shape with soft green needles.
Height 40-50′. Spread 20-30′.

6′ B & B
7′ B & B
UPRIGHT YEW
TACUCY

(Taxus cuspidata ‘Capitata’)
A Japanese yew that can be maintained at 6-8′.
Spread 3-4′.

3′ B & B
5′ B & B
DENSE YEW
TAMEDE

(Taxus media ‘Densiformis’)
Fast growing deep green foundation plant.
Height 3-4′. Spread 6-8′.

#3 2.27gal (8.61L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
HICK’S YEW
TAMEHI

(Taxus media ‘Hicksii’)
A medium growing columnar form with very dark green needles and attractive red berries in the fall.
Height 6-10′. Spread 2-3′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
30″ B & B
TAUNTON YEW
TAMETA

(Taxus media ‘Tauntonii’)
A spreading yew that has rich green color throughout the year. It is resistant to winter burn.
Height 2-3′. Spread 4-6′.

#3 2.27gal (8.61L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
18″ B & B
24″ B & B
EMERALD ARBORVITAE
THOCEA

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Emerald’)
Tight-growing, pyramidal. Emerald green.
Height 10-15′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
5′ B & B
6′ B & B
7′ B & B
8′ B & B
FIRE CHIEF ARBORVITAE
THOCFC

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Congabe’ P.P. #19,009)
A sage-green, soft, lacy-textured foliage with red tips. Grows naturally in a round form so it requires little to no pruning.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GREEN GIANT ARBORVITAE
THOCGG

(Thuja (standish x plicata) ‘Green Giant’)
A fast growing, upright arborvitae that should be used for screening or a windbreak.
Height 25-30′. Spread 8-10′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
HETZ MIDGET ARBORVITAE
THOCHA

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Hetzi’)
Dwarf globe with very tight green foliage.
Height 18-24″. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
HIGHLIGHTS ARBORVITAE
THOCHL

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Janed Gold’ P.P. #21,967)
A wonderful upright arborvitae with intense yellow-golden foliage that holds its color through the year.
Height 6-8″. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
HOLMSTRUP ARBORVITAE
THOCHO

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Holmstrup’)
An excellent upright, dwarf arborvitae.
Height 6-8′. Spread 2-3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
LITTLE GIANT ARBORVITAE
THOCLG

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Little Giant’)
A slow growing, small globe shaped evergreen with rich green foliage.
Height 3-4′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TECHNY ARBORVITAE
THOCMA

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Techny’)
A pyramidal form with dark green foliage. Excellent tall hedge.
Height 12-15′. Spread 4-5′.

4′ B & B
5′ B & B
6′ B & B
8′ (8’F) B & B
9′ (9’F) B & B
MR. BOWLING BALL ARBORVITAE
THOCMB

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Bobozam’)
A perfect globular shaped evergreen that gives form and definition to the garden. The fine, almost lacy texture of the foliage has a soft silver-green hue.
Height 3′. Spread 3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DARK GREEN ARBORVITAE
THOCNI

(Thuja occidentalis ‘Nigra’)
Tight-growing pyramidal form with dark green foliage.
Height 10-15′. Spread 2-3′.

6′ B & B
8′ (8’F) B & B
TECHNITO ARBORVITAE
THOCTA

(Thuja occidentalis ‘BailJohn’ P.P. #15,580)
A smaller, more compact version of Techny Arborvitae that is better for smaller spaces.
Height 8-10′. Spread 4-5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
4′ B & B
CANADIAN HEMLOCK
TSCACH

(Tsuga canadensis)
A graceful tree with soft green foliage which does well in partial shade. Prefers wind protection.
Height can be maintained at 20-30′. Spread 10-12′.

4′ B & B
6′ B & B

BROAD LEAF EVERGREENS
AZALEA – HYBRIDS

Beautiful spring flowering shrubs that hold their leaves all year long.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-4′.

GIRARD’S CRIMSON Crimson Red AZALHI
GIRARD’S FUSCHIA Bright Fuschia AZALFU
KAREN Lavender Purple AZALKA
PLEASANT WHITE White AZALPL
ROSEBUD Double Rose – Pink AZALRD
STEWARTSONIAN Rosy Red AZALST
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CHICAGOLAND GREEN BOXWOOD
BUCGCB

(Buxus x ‘Glencoe’)
A small evergreen shrub that works well in a rock garden or foundation planting.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GREEN MOUNTAIN BOXWOOD
BUGRMO

(Buxus hybrid ‘Green Mountain’)
An upright conical shaped plant.
Height 3-4′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
18″ B & B
24″ B & B
30″ B & B
36″ B & B
GREEN VELVET BOXWOOD
BUSEGV

(Buxus x ‘Green Velvet’)
An excellent rounded evergreen for hedges.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
18″ B & B
21″ B & B
24″ B & B
30″ B & B
36″ B & B
CANADALE GOLD WINTERCREEPER
EUFOCG

(Euonymus fortunei ‘Canadale Gold’)
A sturdy, more upright compact semi-evergreen. Bright green foliage with golden-yellow margins. Full sun to partial shade.
Height 3-4′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
EMERALD GAIETY WINTERCREEPER
EUFOEG

(Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald Gaiety’ P.P. #1,960)
The deep green leaves edged in white will have a pinkish tinge in the winter. A dense semi-evergreen plant that would make an excellent short hedge or an accent plant.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
EMERALD ‘N GOLD WINTERCREEPER
EUFOEM

(Euonymus fortunei ‘Emerald ‘n Gold’ P.P. #2,231)
A dense mounding semi-evergreen shrub with bright green foliage with a gold edge, turning to a pink-red in cold weather.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
GOLD SPLASH WINTERCREEPER
EUFOGS

(Euonymus fortunei ‘Roemertwo’)
Large round green leaves display a wide golden-yellow edge on its green leaves. Makes an excellent spot of color in the border. Yellow fruit and orange seeds are very showy in the fall.
Height 18-24″. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
BLUE PRINCE HOLLY
ILEXBP

(Ilex x meserveae ‘Blue Prince’)
Blooms a long time to pollinate multiple berry sets in all females.
Height 4-5′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLUE PRINCESS HOLLY
ILEXBC

(Ilex x meserveae ‘Blue Princess’ P.P. #3,675)
An excellent holly with long lasting red berries and a broad conical shape.
Height 4-5′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BERRY-MAGIC® ROYALTY HOLLY
ILEXMR

(Ilex meserveae ‘Blue Prince’ & ‘Blue Princess’)
A combination female holly and a male pollinator that guarantees bright red berries each fall. Foliage is a handsome blue-green.
Height 5′. Spread 4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SCALLYWAG HOLLY
ILEXSH

(Ilex x meserveae ‘MonNieves’ P.P. #21,941)
More upright grower with a dense, rounded form. Shiny dark green foliage takes on attractive purple-burgundy tone in fall and winter. Improved disease resistance. This male holly will not produce berries; use as a pollenizer.
Height 4′. Spread 3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
PJM RHODODENDRON
RHOPJM

(Rhododendron ‘PJM’)
Dark green leafed evergreen turning plum-purple in fall. Lavender flowers bloom in mid to late April. Most hardy of all broadleaf rhododendrons.
Height 3-5′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
AGLO RHODODENDRON
RHPJAG

(Rhododendron ‘Aglo’)
Bright pink flowers about one week after PJM Rhododendron.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
OLGA MEZITT RHODODENDRON
RHPJOL

(Rhododendron ‘Olga Mezitt’)
Lovely pink flowers in spring.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 2.27gal (8.6L)
GOLDEN SWORD YUCCA
YUFIGS

(Yucca filimentosa ‘Golden Sword’)
Dramatic, sword-shaped yellow leaves with a dark green edge. Not as staunchly upright as some yuccas. Fragrant, ivory white blooms.
Height 3-4′. Spread 5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
IVORY TOWER YUCCA
YUFIIT

(Yucca filimentosa ‘Ivory Tower’)
Green leaves showcase white fragrant blooms.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)

RARE GARDEN COLLECTIBLES

Some of the more unusual plant material that Countryside makes available to our garden enthusiasts who are looking for rarer varieties. These plants can be used as specimens or incorporated into established plantings. This collection may change from season to season so please ask to see our new collectibles.

PAPERBARK MAPLE
ACGRPM

(Acer griseum)
Beautiful reddish-brown peeling bark reveals a delightful shade of green in the trunk. Green leaves which turn a rich orange-red in the fall. A slow growing tree that should be used a specimen in the garden.
Height 20-30′ Spread 15-25′.

2″ B & B
BLOODGOOD JAPANESE MAPLE
ACPABL

(Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’)
The beautiful burgundy-red foliage makes a wonderful small accent tree in the garden.
Height 10-12′. Spread 6-12′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
3′ (#10) 8.91gal (33.75L)
4′ 11.81gal (44.75L)
5′ B & B
7′ B & B
2″ B & B
CRIMSON QUEEN JAPANESE MAPLE
ACPACQ

(Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’)
An arching effect with the lace-leaf burgundy leaves on a mounding accent plant.
Height 5-6′. Spread 6-8′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
FIREGLOW JAPANESE MAPLE
ACPAFG

(Acer palmatum ‘Fireglow’)
The emerging foliage has the appearance of fire with the orange-red foliage in the spring changing to a reddish cast for the season. Fall color returns to the reddish-orange colors.
Height 8-10′ Spread 6-8′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
ORANGEOLA JAPANESE MAPLE
ACPAOR

(Acer palmatum ‘Orangeola’)
An orange-red foliage fading into more burgundy-red foliage on a small upright specimen.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
30″ B & B
42″ B & B
RED DRAGON JAPANESE MAPLE
ACPARD

(Acer palmatum dissectum ‘Red Dragon’)
Beautiful purple leaves are deeply dissected for an attractive lacy texture. Fall foliage is bright apple red. Stunning focal point or accent for lightly shaded locations. Smaller size, suitable for containers.
Height 3-5′. Spread 5′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
AUTUMN MOON JAPANESE MAPLE
ACSHAM

(Acer shirsawanum ‘Autumn Moon’)
The new foliage emerges with golden-orange color fading into a lustrous green.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
NORTHERN GLOW MAPLE
ACPSNG

(Acer pseudosieboldianum x palmatum ‘Hasselkus’)
Bred from a cold-hardy Korean Maple, but it most resembles its Japanese Maple parent. Attractive in summer green, its graceful, spreading form glows bright orange-red to deep red in fall.
Height 5-7′. Spread 4-5′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BOTTLEBRUSH BUCKEYE
AEPABB

(Aesculus parviflora)
A slow growing shrub that bears lovely white flowers in June. The green leaves turn golden yellow in the fall. Likes moist, well-drained soil and partial sun.
Height 10′. Spread 12′.

#15 11.81gal (44.74L)
LAVENDER TWIST REDBUD
CECALT

(Cercis canadensis ‘Covey’)
Clusters of magenta buds open to rosy-pink flowers. Zigzagging, pendulous and weeping branches form a cascading fall of rich green heart shaped leaves. Fall foliage is golden yellow.
Height 6-10′. Spread 4-6′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#20 25gal (94.64L)
RUBY FALLS REDBUD
CECARF

(Cercis canadensis ‘Ruby Falls’)
Weeping, large burgundy-red foliage is eyecatching in the landscape. Dark rose colored blooms in the spring that emerge on the bare stem. Small stature. Benefits from partial shade and well drained soil.
Height 4-6′. Spread 8-10′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
VANILLA TWIST REDBUD
CECAVT

(Cercis canadensis ‘Vanilla Twist’ P.P. #22,744)
Graceful, pendulous, weeping branches showcase the white flowers in early spring. Deep green leaves turn a warm yellow in fall.
Height 12′. Spread 8′.

#15 11.81gal (44.74L)
WEEPING ALASKA CEDAR
CHNOWA

(Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’)
Slender, pyramidal, strongly weeping form. It is an excellent specimen tree that features a nodding central leader with widely-spaced arching branches. Flattened sprays of scale-like blue-green foliage.
Height 35′. Spread 10′.

5′ B & B
WHITE PYGMY FALSE CYPRESS
CHPIWP

(Chamaecyparis pisifera ‘White Pygmy’)
Tiny, white-tipped bun-shaped plant with very fine-textured foliage. Does best in partial shade.
Height 1′. Spread 1′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
CONTORTED HAZELNUT
COAVCH

(Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’)
Also known as Harry Lauder’s Walking Stick. The stems on this plant are curled and twisted.
Height 8-10′. Spread 6-8′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
7′ Tree From (7TF) B & B
CAROL MACKIE DAPHNE
DABUCM

(Daphne x burkwoodi ‘Carol Mackie’)
A mounded shrub with fragrant pink flowers that contrast well with variegated foliage.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
PURPLE FOUNTAIN BEECH
FASYPF

(Fagus sylvatica ‘Purple Fountain’)
A narrow upright grower with pendulous side branches. Rich, deep purple foliage.
Height 30-40′. Spread 20-30′.

6′ B & B
RIVER’S PURPLE BEECH
FASYRB

(Fagus sylvatica ‘Riversii’)
Vigourous upright habit with purple spring foliage aging to dark green in summer. An upright growing beech.
Height 40-50′. Spread 30-40′.

6′ B & B
TRICOLOR BEECH
FASYTB

(Fagus sylvatica ‘Tricolor’)
A slow growing tree with beautiful white, pink, and purple leaf colors all summer.
Height 30-40′. Spread 20-30′.

1¼” (1.25) 8.91gal (33.75L)
1½” (1.5″) 19.59gal (74.17L)
6′ B & B
7′ B & B
8′ B & B
CHASE MANHATTAN GINKGO
GIBICH

(Ginkgo biloba ‘Chase Manhattan’)
A perfect patio tree or small accent plant for a small suburban landscape. The green, fan-shaped leaves turn an outstanding yellow in the fall.
Height 5-6′. Spread 3-4′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
JADE BUTTERFLIES GINKGO
GIBIJB

(Ginkgo biloba ‘Jade Butterflies’)
A slow growing small tree to be used in a perennial garden or as an accent tree. Green leaves turn golden in the fall.
Height 12-15′. Spread 8-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MISS GRACE REDWOOD
MEGLMG

(Metasequoia glyptostroboides ‘Miss Grace’)
The small green needles drape freely on the weeping branches. The needles turn shades of yellow, orange and red before dropping to expose the peeling red bark.
Height 6-10′. Spread 4-6′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
PUSCH SPRUCE
PIABPS

(Picea abies ‘Pusch’)
A small, slow-growing globose young evergreen that becomes more upright when older. The tiny cones are red in spring maturing to a brown as they age.
Height 2′. Spread 3′.

#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
WEEPING NORWAY SPRUCE
PIABWN

(Picea abies ‘Pendula’)
Choice evergreen accent with weeping spreading branches. Needles have excellent rich green color. Grown on a stake to feature the pendulous nature of the branches. Cones are exceptionally showy. Terrific for weeping over walls.
Height 3′. Spread 10′.

30″ B & B
5′ B & B
HOWELL’S DWARF TIGERTAIL SPRUCE
PIALHT

(Picea alcoquiana ‘Howell’s Dwarf Tigertail’)
The needles on this slow growing spruce are green on top and a silver-blue on the bottom. A great deer resistant plant.
Height 4-6′ with no leader, 20′ with a leader. Spread 5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
THE BLUES WEEPING SPRUCE
PIPUBW

(Picea abies ‘Pendula’)
With no two plants alike, the strongly weeping branches and irregularly spreading and drooping top create a unique, bright silvery-blue specimen. A striking focal point when combined with complementing deep yellows, pinks and greens.
Height 5-6′. Spread 5-6′.

4′ B & B
GLOBE BLUE SPRUCE
PIPUGL

(Picea pungens glauca ‘Globosa’)
Beautiful globe spruce with nice blue color.
Height 3-4′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
VANDERWOLF’S LIMBER PINE
PIFLLI

(Pinus flexilis ‘Vanderwolf’s Pyramid’)
An upright pyramidal tree with uniformly ascending branches and striking blue-green soft foliage.
Height 15-20′. Spread 12-15′.

4′ B & B
BLUE JAPANESE WHITE PINE
PIPAJW

(Pinus parviflora ‘Glauca’)
Graceful evergreen tree with bluish-green needles that has a pyramidal form. Produces numerous cones, even at a young age.
Height 6-12′. Spread 6-10′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
DOMINGO WHITE PINE
PISADW

(Pinus strobus x ayacahuite ‘Domingo’)
A slower growing evergreen that is an excellent accent plant for slightly larger gardens.
Height 8-10′. Spread 4-8′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
CONTORTED WHITE PINE
PISTCW

(Pinus strobus ‘Contorta’)
A large, open, pyramidal tree that has twisted blue-green needles and slightly contorted, upright branches.
Height 20-25′. Spread 10-15′.

6′ B & B
STOWE PILLAR PINE
PISTSP

(Pinus strobus ‘Stowe Pillar’)
A compact narrow upright evergreen to use for tight spaces or to accent a corner. Cones are brown with specks of white.
Height 15-20′. Spread 4-5′.

#6 5.02gal (19.02L)
WEEPING WHITE PINE
PISTWW

(Pinus strobus ‘pendula’)
Soft blue-green needles on lovely weeping, spreading branches. A unique accent for garden beds.
Height 7′. Spread 10′.

3′ B & B
DWARF GOLDEN JAPANESE YEW
TACUDG

(Taxus cuspidata ‘Nana Aurescens’)
Each spring the new growth on this Japanese yew cultivar bursts forth as golden yellow, contrasting nicely with the older green, chartreuse foliage.
Height 3′. Spread 6′.

#3 2.27gal (8.61L)
CASCADE FALLS WEEPING BALD CYPRESS
TADICF

(Taxodium distichum ‘Cascade Falls’)
Compact weeping form with branches that hang outward and then plunge vertically toward the ground. Needles turn an attractive rusty-brown in fall before dropping.
Height 10-20′. Spread 10-15′.

#15 11.891gal (44.74L)
WEEPING CANADIAN HEMLOCK
TSCAWC

(Tsuga Canadensis ‘Pendula’)
The weeping branches give a stunning accent to a garden bed.
Height 6-10′. Spread 6-8′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)

SHRUBS

SUGGESTED USES OF SHRUBS
Colorful Flowers—Flowering Almond, Rose of Sharon, Forsythia, Honeysuckle, Hydrangea, Lilac, Mock Orange, Potentilla, Flowering Plum, Spiraea, Viburnum, Weigela.

Fruit to Attract Birds—Chokeberry, Dogwood, Honeysuckle, Serviceberry, Viburnum, Winterberry.

Fall Color—Cotoneaster, Burning Bush, Sumac, Viburnum.

Winter Effect—Burning Bush, Cranberry Cotoneaster, Vernal Witchhazel, Viburnum, Dogwood.

Shady Areas—Cotoneaster, Alpine Currant, Hydrangea, Viburnum, Chokeberry, Dogwood.

Dry and Sandy Areas—Privet, Sumac, Alpine Currant.

Low Hedges—Alpine Currant, Crimson Pygmy Barberry, Bonanza Gold Barberry, Broxensis Forsythia, Anthony Waterer Spirea.

Tall Hedges—Buckthorn, Burning Bush, Dogwood, Forsythia, Honeysuckle, Lilac, Privet, Bridal Wreath Spiraea, Viburnum.

REGENT SERVICEBERRY
AMALRE

(Amelanchier alnifolia ‘Regent’)
A compact shrub with excellent foliage and snowy-white flowers in spring. Small bluish-purple fruit when ripe are juicy and edible.
Height 5-6′. Spread 4-5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BRILLIANT RED CHOKEBERRY
ARARRC

(Aronia arbutifolia ‘Brilliantissima’)
Green foliage turning red to purple shades in the fall. Persistent red fruits.
Height 6-10′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
AUTUMN MAGIC BLACK CHOKEBERRY
ARMEBC

(Aronia melanocarpa)
Upright shrub with glossy, dark-green foliage with fragrant, white spring blooms. Clusters of large, edible, purple/black fruits. Incredible display of red and purple in fall. Tolerant of most soil types.
Height 3-5′. Spread 2-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BONANZA GOLD BARBERRY
BETHBO

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Bogozam’)
A wonderful dwarf plant with golden foliage which is resistant to sunscorch. Great for tight spots.
Height 2′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6qt (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CONCORDE JAPANESE BARBERRY
BETHCO

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Concorde’)
A dwarf globe-shaped shrub with deep purple, velvety foliage with red new growth. Great for a perennial bed or a low shrub border. Tolerates dry conditions well.
Height 2′. Spread 3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CRIMSON PYGMY BARBERRY
BETHCP

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Atropurpurea Nana’)
Dwarf mounded crimson red shrub. Excellent accent, low hedge, or edging plant. Best in full sun.
Height 2′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
DAYBREAK BARBERRY
BETHDB

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Daybreak’ P.P. #23,747)
Colorful, compact barberry perfect for small space gardens. Foliage emerges an orange-red and eventually matures to a bright yellow-gold that will not burn or bleach in the summer heat.
Height 18″. Spread 18-24″.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
GOLDEN RUBY BARBERRY
BETHGR

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Goruzam’ P.P. #16,203)
A wonderful compact barberry with emerging coral orange foliage that turns a reddish tone later in spring. Golden leaf margin.
Height 2′. Spread 2′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
ORANGE ROCKET BARBERRY
BETHOR

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Orange Rocket’ P.P. #18,411)
Upright form with orange emerging foliage changing to dark red. Yellow spring flowers are followed by small crimson fruit.
Height 4′. Spread 18-24″.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
POW WOW BARBERRY
BETHPW

(Berberis thunbergi ‘Pow Wow’)
The wonderful golden foliage shows nicely on an upright, compact plant. Best planted in partial to full sun.
Height 3′. Spread 1.5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
ROSE GLOW BARBERRY
BETHRG

(Berberis thunbergii ‘Rose Glow’)
Small shrub, densely branched. Mottled pink and white with an overcast of rose-red. Prefers a sunny location for best color.
Height 3-6′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TINY GOLD BARBERRY
BETHTG

(Berberis thunbergi ‘Tiny Gold’ P.P. #17,084)
Dwarf, low-mounding form with tight, compact sunshine-yellow foliage.
Height 1-2′. Spread 1-2′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
TEXAS SCARLET QUINCE
CHJATS

(Chaenomeles japonica ‘Texas Scarlet’)
An attractive plant for the spring garden. Late April to early May flowering. Red flowers. Sun or part shade.
Height 2-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DOUBLE TAKE QUINCE
 

(Chaenomeles speciosa)
Beautiful, fragrant double flowers in early spring. No thorns or fruit. Extremely drought tolerant and deer resistant.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

PINK STORM Vivid pink CHSPPI
SCARLET STORM Scarlet red CHSPSC
#2 1.6gal (6L)
HUMMINGBIRD SUMMERSWEET
CLALHU

(Clethra alnifolia ‘Hummingbird’)
White fragrant flowers in July and August. Plant in full sun to part shade.
Height 18-24″. Spread 18-24″.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
RUBY SPICE SUMMERSWEET
CLALRS

(Clethra alnifolia ‘Ruby Spice’)
Flowers open from white to pink and hold their color longer. Foliage turns yellow in the fall.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SIXTEEN CANDLES SUMMERSWEET
CLALSC

(Clethra alnifolia)
A dense rounded shrub with dark green glossy leaves. The creamy white blooms are about 6″ tall and very fragrant. Prefers partial shade and moist soil.
Height 4-5′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
PEKING COTONEASTER
COACPC

(Cotoneaster acutifolia)
Vigorous upright-growing shrub with glossy, dark green foliage turning red in fall. Fine plant for borders and hedges. Sun or partial shade.
Height 8-10′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CRANBERRY COTONEASTER
COAPRC

(Cotoneaster apiculata)
Dense mounded shrub with bright red berries which persist throughout winter. Useful as foundation plant or groundcover. Sun or partial shade.
Height 3′. Spread 6-8′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
HESSEI COTONEASTER
COHOHC

(Cotoneaster x ‘Hessei’)
A wonderful draping dwarf plant that has small foliage and bright red berries in summer. Likes sun and well-drained soil.
Height 2′. Spread 3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
IVORY HALO DOGWOOD
COALIH

(Cornus alba ‘Bailhalo’ P.P. #8,722)
Compact selection of ‘Variegated Dogwood’. Variegated foliage in summer with red twigs in winter, finer texture, fuller, more compact. Good in smaller areas.
Height 5-6′. Spread 6-8′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
VARIEGATED DOGWOOD
COSAVD

(Cornus sanguinea ‘Variegated’)
Colorful shrub with cream and green variegated leaves. Bright red branches. Withstands wet soil. Sun or partial shade.
Height 6-10′. Spread 4-6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
REDTWIG DOGWOOD
COSERD

(Cornus sericea ‘Baileyi’)
Loose, broad spreading shrub with brilliant red branches, white flowers in May followed by white fruit in July. Tolerates wet soils and shade.
Height 8′. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ARCTIC FIRE DOGWOOD
COSTAF

(Cornus stolonifera ‘Farrow’ P.P. #18,523)
A compact version of Redtwig Dogwood that includes dark green leaves in summer, red foliage in fall, and deep red branches in winter. Sun or partial shade.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
GOLDEN SPIRIT SMOKEBUSH
COCOGS

(Cotinus coggygria ‘Ancot’ P.P. #13,082)
Golden yellow leaves fade to a pale golden green as summer progresses. The smokey yellow flowers appear in June or July, followed by a fiery orange-red fall color.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ROYAL PURPLE SMOKEBUSH
COCORP

(Cotinus coggygria ‘Royal Purple’)
Upright, spreading, often wider than high, multi-stemmed shrub with purple leaves.
Height 10′. Spread 6-8′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
CHARDONNAY PEARLS DEUTZIA
DEGRCP

(Deutzia gracilis ‘Duncan’)
Dense, rounded shrub with slender, slightly arching stems. Tiny, fragrant, bell-shaped, white flowers. Lemon-lime foliage.
Height 2-4′. Spread 3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
NIKKO BLUSH DEUTZIA
DEGRNB

(Deutzia x rosea ‘Nikko Blush’ (NA74,356; PI669,442)
Delightful pink flowers with a white edge on a compact mounding plant. The green foliage turns a burgundy in the fall.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
YUKI CHERRY BLOSSOM DEUTZIA
DEXNYC

(Deutzia x ‘NCDX2’ US PPAF, Can 8,097)
Lovely pink flowers in early spring before the lush green foliage.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
COMPACT BURNING BUSH
EUALBB

(Euonymus alatus ‘Compacta’)
Compact form of regular Burning Bush.
Height 8-10′. Spread 5-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#7 Tree Form (7TF) 6.2gal (23.27L)
FIRE BALL DWARF BURNING BUSH
EUALFB

(Euonymus alatus ‘Fire Ball’)
A compact, tighter branching habit of the Compact Burning Bush with beautiful red fall color.
Height 5-7′. Spread 4-5′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
RUDY HAAG BURNING BUSH
EUALRH

(Euonymus alatus ‘Rudy Haag’)
Beautiful green leaves turning to red in the fall on a compact plant.
Height 4-6′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GOLDEN PEEP FORSYTHIA
FOINGP

(Forsythia x intermedia ‘Courdijau’)
This forsythia is an absolute ball of gold in May, blooming from top to bottom. With compact branching, this dwarf fits into any garden. It rarely requires pruning.
Height 18-30″. Spread 18-30″.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
NORTHERN GOLD FORSYTHIA
FOINNG

(Forsythia x ‘Northern Gold’)
Lovely golden flowers grace this plant in early spring. Green spring and summer leaves turn bronze in fall. Makes a nice hedge.
Height 6-8′. Spread 5-7′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SHOW OFF FORSYTHIA
FOINSO

(Forsythia x intermedia ‘Show Off’)
Compact and full of blooms from the ground to the ends of every stem. This little beauty will stay small so there is no need to prune. This variety is a vast improvement over all.
Height 5-6′. Spread 6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SHOW OFF STARLET FORSYTHIA
FOINST

(Forsythia x intermedia ‘Minfor6’ P.P. #24,361)
Bright yellow flowers in the early spring. It puts on the same brilliant display as Show Off forsythia, but in a smaller package. Improved flower display compared to older varieties.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
DWARF FOTHERGILLA
FOGADW

(Fothergilla gardenii)
A lovely compact shrub with white bottlebrush flowers that appear before the leaves form. Yellow, orange and scarlet fall foliage.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
ARNOLD PROMISE WITCHHAZEL
HAINAP

(Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Arnold Promise’)
Upright shrub with small ribbon-like yellow fragrant flowers that open on warm days in February or March and close up on cool days. Yellow-orange fall color. Grows in either sun or shade.
Height 12-15′. Spread 6-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.24L)
VERNAL WITCHHAZEL
HAVEWH

(Hamamelis vernalis)
Upright shrub with small ribbon-like yellow fragrant flowers that open on warm days in February or March and close up on cool days. Yellow fall color. Can be planted in either sun or shade.
Height 8-10′. Spread 6-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
COMMON WITCHHAZEL
HAVICW

(Hamamelis virginiana)
Stem-hugging clusters of fragrant bright yellow flowers with ribbon-shaped petals, appear along the branches from October to December. Fruit will form fruit over a long period extending through winter and into the following growing season. Native.
Height 15-20′. Spread 15-20′.

30″ B & B
ROSE OF SHARON
 

(Hibiscus syriacus)
Sometimes called Hibiscus or Althea. Leaves appear in late May with flowers coming in from July on. Plant should be mulched for best winter protection.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

BLUE CHIFFON Purple/lavender HISYBC
BLUE BIRD Blue/lavender HISYBL
BLUE SATIN Blue with red eye HISYBU
BLUSHING BRIDE Rich pink HISYBB
BLUSH SATIN Pale pink with red eye HISYBS
COLLIE MULLENS Double purple-lavender HISYCO
LAVENDER CHIFFON Lavender HISYLC
PINK CHIFFON Soft pink HISYPC
RED HEART White with a red center HISYRE
ROSE SATIN Rose pink with red eye HISYRS
WOODBRIDGE Fuschia pink with deep pink eye HISYWB
#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#6TF 5.02gal (19.02L)
#10TF 8.91gal (33.75L)
#15TF 11.891gal (44.74L)
ORCHID SATIN ROSE OF SHARON
HISYOS

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘ILVO347’ P.P. #27,255)
Beautiful lavender-pink blooms with a red eye.
Height 8-12′. Spread 6-8′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
PURPLE SATIN ROSE OF SHARON
HISYPU

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘ILVOPS’ USPPAF)
Lovely purple flowers with a red eye. This is a seedless Rose of Sharon so it will not spread.
Height 8-12′. Spread 6-8′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
VIOLET SATIN ROSE OF SHARON
HISYVS

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘FLORU’ P.P. #12,196)
A wonderful violet flower with a red eye.
Height 8-12′. Spread 4-8′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
WHITE CHIFFON ROSE OF SHARON
HISYWC

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘Notwoodtwo’ USPP 12,612)
Pure white double flowers. Strong and vigorous growth. Blooms in late summer.
Height 8-12′. Spread 4-6′.

#6TF 5.02gal (19.02L)
FIJI ROSE OF SHARON
HISYFI

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘Minspot’)
Beautiful pink flowers with a red eye. Blooms start in July and will flower most of the rest of summer. Yellow in fall color.
Height 5-8′. Spread 4-7′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
HAWAII ROSE OF SHARON
HISYHA

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘Mingrand’)
Large showy true blue blossoms with a red-purple heart starting in July until September. Best flowering in full sun.
Height 5-8′. Spread 4-7′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TAHITI ROSE OF SHARON
HISYTA

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘Mineru’)
The beautiful semi-double blooms are a deep pink-purple with a red center that will bloom from July to September.
Height 5-8′. Spread 4-7′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
SMOOTHIE ROSE OF SHARON
 

(Hibiscus syriacus)
Beautiful double flowers with intense, long-lasting color. Bright green leaves turn yellow in fall. Plant in full sun for best blooming.
Height 6-8′. Spread 3-4′.

BLUEBERRY Double Blue HISYBE
PEPPERMINT Double red and pink bicolor HISYPS
RASPBERRY Double raspberry HISYRP
STRAWBERRY Double strawberry pink HISYSS
#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
LI’L KIM ROSE OF SHARON
HISYLK

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘Antong Two’ P.P. #19,547)
The first dwarf Rose of Sharon with dainty little white flowers that have a showy red eye. The dark green foliage shows off the later summer flowers.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
LI’L KIM RED ROSE OF SHARON
HISYLR

(Hibiscus syriacus ‘SHIMRR38’ P.P. #27,195)
Carmine red blooms on a more compact Rose of Sharon.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ANNABELLE HYDRANGEA
HYARAN

(Hydrangea arborescens)
The lovely white rounded flowers remind one of a snowball, hence one of its common names. A very versatile plant, as it will grow in full sun to almost full shade and still flower in mid-summer. Stems should be cut down in either late fall or very early spring to 12-15″.
Height 3′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
INCREDIBALL BLUSH HYDRANGEA
HYARIB

(Hydrangea arborescens ‘NCHA4’ USPPAF)
Beautiful blush pink flowers in June.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
INCREDIBALL HYDRANGEA
HYARIH

(Hydrangea arborescens ‘Abetwo’ PPAF)
Huge white snowball type flowers in mid-June. An improved Annabelle Hydrangea that will bloom very heavily.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
INVINCIBELLE SPIRIT II HYDRANGEA
HYARIT

(Hydrangea arborescens ‘NCHA2’ USPPAF)
This improved Invincibelle Spirit Hydrangea will re-bloom with the wonderful pink mop-head type flowers throughout the summer. Prefers an area of full sun with lots of moisture for best flowering.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
ENDLESS SUMMER BLOOMSTRUCK HYDRANGEA
HYMABH

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘PIIHM-II’ PPAF’)
Mophead blooms covering rounded, compact plants. Blooms can be pink, purple or blue depending on soil pH. Rich burgundy-red foliage in the fall. Flowers on both old wood and new growth.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ENDLESS SUMMER HYDRANGEA
HYMAES

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Bailmer’)
This beautiful Hydrangea can bloom on both old and new wood, which gives it a very long flowering time in the summer. Flowers bloom pink in alkaline soil and bloom blue in acidic soil.
Height 3-5′. Spread 3-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ENDLESS SUMMER TWIST AND SHOUT HYDRANGEA
HYMATS

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘PIIHM-I’ PPAF)
Extraordinary reblooming lacecap hydrangea. Vivid purple/pink color, sturdy red stems and deep green foliage. Prefers an area that is moist, with morning sun and afternoon shade.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
PISTACHIO NEXT GENERATION HYDRANGEA
HYMAPH

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Horwack’ PPAF)
A reblooming mophead with scarlet-red and green flowers. This plant prefers full sun to partial shade.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
RED SENSATION HYDRANGEA
HYMARS

(Hydrangea macrophyllya ‘Red Sensation’ P.P. #18,197)
The deep green leaves showcase the lovely red-violet flowers in alkaline soil or the blue-violet flowers in acidic soil. This is a repeat bloomer that prefers an area of full to partial sun.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
STARGAZER HYDRANGEA
HYMASG

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Kompeito’)
Beautiful blue or pink blooms with white variegated edges in midsummer. This hydrangea prefers partial shade for best flowering.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
WEDDING GOWN HYDRANGEA
HYMAWG

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Dancing Snow’ P.P. #21,052)
Stunning double, white flowers in midsummer contrast with the deep green leaves.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
WEDDING RING HYDRANGEA
HYMAWR

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Fanfare’ P.P. #21,161)
The double pink or blue flowers depend on the soil acidity for the color. A wonderful compact plant blooming most of the summer.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
ZEBRA HYDRANGEA
HYMAZH

(Hydrangea macrophylls ‘Zebra’ P.P. #14,527)
The deep green lush leaves are a great contrast to the dark almost black stems. The white flowers like a filtered sun area to develop.
Height 3-4′. Spread 2-3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
BOBO HYDRANGEA
HYPABH

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘ILVOBO’ P.P. #22,782)
Dwarf hydrangea covered by large white flowers all summer. Double blooms are pointed instead of round, creating a star effect. Dark green foliage.
Height 3′. Spread 4-5′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DIAMOND ROUGE HYDRANGEA
HYPADH

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘Rendia’ P.P. #24,667)
White flowers starting in July and progress to pink, raspberry red and finally wine red.
Height 4-5′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
LIMELIGHT HYDRANGEA
HYPALH

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘Limelight’ P.P. #12,874)
The stunning light lime-green flowers stand out from a distance. Use as a larger size accent for contrast in the garden.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7TF 6.2gal (23.27L)
LITTLE LIME HYDRANGEA
HYPALI

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘Jane’ PPAF)
A dwarf form of the ‘Limelight’ hydrangea. Little Lime has the same great flowers but is about a half the size of the original.
Height 3-5′. Spread 3-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
LITTLE QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA
HYPALQ

(Hydrangea macrophylla ‘SMHPLQF’ P.P.A.F. Can. P.B.R.A.F.)
Diminutive shrub has fluffy, creamy flower spikes that turn to deep pink with red highlights on bold, red stems. Blooms earlier than other hydrangea varieties.
Height 3-5′. Spread 3-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
PINKY WINKY HYDRANGEA
HYPAPW

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘DVPinky’ P.P. #16,166)
An incredible two-tone flower head in midsummer on strong upright stems. The flowers emerge white, turn pink and continue to push new white flowers from the tip of the panicle.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7TF 6.2gal (23.27L)
#10TF 8.91gal (33.75L)
QUICK FIRE HYDRANGEA
HYPAQF

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘Bulk’)
An early bloomer with the pink flowers appearing in late June. Brilliant red stems contrast well with the deep green foliage.
Height 5-6′. Spread 5-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7TF 6.2gal (23.27L)
STRAWBERRY SUNDAE HYDRANGEA
HYPASS

(Hydrangea paniculata ‘Rensun’ PPAF)
Compact variety with full, cone-shaped blossoms that evolve from creamy white to pink to red. Long-bloom time.
Height 4-5′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
PEE WEE OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA
HYQUPW

(Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Pee Wee’)
A dwarf shrub that produces huge 4-5″ elongated panicles of white flowers that will mature to a pale pink throughout summer. Medium oak-like foliage is a nice dark green, changing to a red-purple in late fall. Moderate grower that does best in full to partial shade.
Height 4′. Spread 3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
RUBY SLIPPERS OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA
HYQURS

(Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’)
The white flowers change into a deep pink and then a reddish color in late fall. Compact plant likes partial to full shade.
Height 3-5′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
SNOW QUEEN OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA
HYQUSQ

(Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Snow Queen’)
The big, bold, showy white flower panicles in June turn to a hint of pink in late summer. The lush, deep green oak-shaped leaves turn a beautiful russet in the fall.
Height 6-8′. Spread 8-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TUFF STUFF HYDRANGEA
HYSETS

(Hydrangea serrata ‘MAK20’ P.P. #24,820)
A repeat blooming plant with pink to blue blooms depending on acidity of the soil. For best blooming put in a sunny or lightly shaded area.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TUFF STUFF RED HYDRANGEA
HYSETR

(Hydrangea serrata ‘SMNMAKTSR’ PPAF)
Rosy-red flowers in summer. Prune dead flowers in spring.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GEMO ST. JOHN’S WORT
HYKAGS

(Hypericum kalmianum ‘Gemo’)
The beautiful double yellow flowers are striking on this compact plant. Gemo will flower repeatedly in either full sun or partial shade.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
LITTLE HENRY ITEA
ITVILH

(Itea virginica ‘Sprich’)
Low mounded plant is great for beds and borders. Brilliant green foliage turns bright red and holds fairly late into the fall.
Height 18-24″. Spread 3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CHEYENNE PRIVET
LIVUCH

(Ligustrum vulgare ‘Cheyenne’)
White flowers on an excellent rapid growing hedging plant.
Height 10-15′. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ARNOLD RED HONEYSUCKLE
LOTAAR

(Lonicera tatarica ‘Arnold Red’)
A tall, spreading and bushy shrub valued for its very showy red flowers in spring followed by bright red berries.
Height 10′. Spread 8′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SNOW WHITE MOCKORANGE
PHFESW

(Philadelphus ‘Snow White’ P.P. #13,774)
A repeat flowering new hybrid with a citrus-like scent. 2″ double white flowers born in clusters that bloom abundantly in spring and then again in summer.
Height 5-6′. Spread 4-5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DWARF SNOWFLAKE MOCKORANGE
PHVIDS

(Philadelphus x virginalis ‘Dwarf Snowflake’)
A dwarf version of the Minnesota Snowflake. Fragrant white blooms in spring and has attractive foliage during the summer.
Height 4-5′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
AMBER JUBILEE NINEBARK
PHOPAJ

(Physocarpus opulifolus ‘Jefamm’ PPAF)
Striking foliage, in glowing tones of orange, yellow and gold on a rounded, dense shrub. White blooms are produced in spring when planted in full sun. The foliage turns to red and purple tones in fall.
Height 5-6′. Spread 4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CENTER GLOW NINEBARK
PHOPCG

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Center Glow’ P.P. #16,894)
New foliage sprouts as glowing yellow changing to bright red. Lovely white blooms appear in May.
Height 8-10′. Spread 8-10′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
COPPERTINA NINEBARK
PHOPCT

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Mindia’ P.P. #16,371)
Foliage sprouts an attractive copper color in spring and turns to a rich red before the middle of summer.
Height 6-8′. Spread 6-8′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
DIABOLO NINEBARK
PHOPDI

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Diabolo’)
Intense reddish-purple foliage. White flowers in midsummer. Best foliage color comes when planted in full sun.
Height 8-10′. Spread 8-10′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
LEMON CANDY NINEBARK
PHOPLC

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Podaras3’ P.P. #22,362)
Wonderful compact plant with golden foliage that becomes more chartreuse as summer progresses. White flowers bloom in June.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
LITTLE DEVIL NINEBARK
PHOPLD

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Donna May’ PPAF)
This compact shrub will add deep burgundy foliage color to your garden. The dark foliage is a showcase for the button-like white-pink flowers in June. A wonderful plant for smaller gardens or a tight space.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
PETITE PLUM NINEBARK
PHOPPP

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘POIPD2’ P.P. #27,635)
Late spring pinkish-white flowers, then seed pods later for the birds to eat. A good plant for wet areas, borders or as an individual specimen.
Height 5-6′. Spread 4-5′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
SUMMER WINE NINEBARK
PHOPSW

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘Seward’ P.P. #14,821)
A compact shrub with deeply cut crimson leaves and pink and white flowers that bloom in summer. Best color in full sun.
Height 5-6′. Spread 5-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TINY WINE NINEBARK
PHOPTW

(Physocarpus opulifolius ‘SMPOTW’ P.P. #26,749)
Pinkish-white blooms in early June. A compact plant for smaller areas.
Height 3-5′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
POTENTILLA

(Potentilla hybrid varieties)
Small, dense, and rounded growth on this profuse flowering shrub. Flowers from June to September. Full sun.
Height 2-4′. Spread 2-3′.

CITRUS TART Double Gold POFRCT
FROSTY Single White POFRFP
GOLDFINGER Yellow POFRGF
HAPPY FACE PINK PARADISE Pink POFRHP
MANGO TANGO Yellow/Orange Tint POFRMT
PINK BEAUTY Clear Soft Pink POFRPB
#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
HAPPY FACE YELLOW POTENTILLA
POFRHY

(Potentilla fruticosa ‘Lundy’ P.P. #22,176)
Produces an abundance of big yellow flowers. Dense habit; dark, healthy foliage.
Height 2-4′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
PURPLELEAF SANDCHERRY
PRCIPL

(Prunus x cistena)
Upright growing shrub with reddish-purple leaves all summer. Flowers are white to pink. Fast growing. Excellent corner or accent plant. Full sun or partial shade.
Height 8′. Spread 4-6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
PINK FLOWERING ALMOND
PRGLFA

(Prunus glandulosa ‘Rosea’)
Outstanding double pink flowers in early spring, followed by bright green shiny foliage.
Height 5′. Spread 4-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
3′ B & B
GROW-LOW SUMAC
RHARGL

(Rhus aromatica)
A low-growing plant that spreads rapidly. Excellent for mass beds and bank control. Aromatic yellow flowers in spring. Fall colors scarlet to orange. Sun or shade.
Height 2-3′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
TIGER EYES SUMAC
RHTYTS

(Rhus typhina ‘Bailtiger’)
A beautiful golden-leaved form of Cutleaf Sumac that turns to bright orange and intense scarlet in the fall.
Height 6′. Spread 6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
ALPINE CURRANT
RIALAC

(Ribes alpinum)
Dense, compact shrub. One of the best for sun and shade. An excellent hedge, foundation or border plant.
Height 4′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
FRENCH PUSSY WILLOW
SACAPW

(Salix caprea)
Large silvery catkins before leaves appear in spring. Tolerates a wet location.
Height 15-20′. Spread 12-15′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
TRICOLOR WILLOW
SANITW

(Salix integra ‘Hakuro Nishiki’)
Beautiful white, pink and green foliage shrub with very slender branches. Good for moist areas.
Height 4′. Spread 3-4′. Tree forms are available.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#5PT 3.6gal (13.75L)
DWARF BLUE LEAF ARCTIC WILLOW
SAPUBW

(Salix purpurea ‘Nana’)
Attractive hedge plant with bluish, fine textured foliage.
Height 4-5′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
INSTANT KARMA ELDERBERRY
SANIIK

(Sambucus nigra ‘Sanivalk’ PPAF)
Variegated creamy white green leaves are an excellent backdrop to the large, lacy white flowers.
Height 6-8′. Spread 7-9′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
BIRCHLEAF SPIREA
SPBEBL

(Spiraea betulifolia ‘Tor’)
White flowers in late spring on a compact, rounded plant. Purple fall color.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GLOW GIRL BIRCHLEAF SPIREA
SPBEGG

(Spiraea betulifolia ‘Glow Girl’)
Rich red-tinged, chartreuse foliage, with beautiful white blooms. Deer and disease resistant.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
PINK SPARKLER BIRCHLEAF SPIREA
SPBEPS

(Spiraea betulifolia ‘COURISPI01’ PPAF)
Beautiful pink flowers emerge in early summer and then re-bloom in fall. As an added bonus fall flowers appear down the stem, giving an even fuller appearance and pop of pink. The leaves also turn a lovely burgundy red in autumn.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
GOLDFLAME SPIREA
SPBUGF

(Spiraea x bumalda ‘Goldflame’)
Excellent dwarf foundation plant. New and autumn foliage is mottled with red, copper and orange. Pink flowers in mid-summer.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GOLDMOUND SPIREA
SPBUGM

(Spiraea x bumalda ‘Goldmound’)
Shell-pink flowers in June on a golden-yellow foliage changing to a pinkish-red color in fall. Good accent plant.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MAGIC CARPET SPIREA
SPJAMC

(Spiraea japonica ‘Magic Carpet’)
A medium growing shrub with deep pink flowers. New growth and fall color is a rich russet.
Height 18″. Spread 24″.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DOUBLE PLAY PAINTED LADY SPIREA
SPJAPL

(Spiraea japonica ‘Minspi’)
The creamy yellow-white tipped green foliage is a sharp contrast to the deep pink flowers in June.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
DOUBLE PLAY BLUE KAZOO SPIREA
SPMEBZ

(Spiraea media ‘SMSMBK’ PPAF)
Beautiful white spring flowers accent the cool blue-green foliage that has burgundy new growth and red fall color. Flowers will also return to the lower branches in midsummer.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
SNOWMOUND SPIRAEA
SPNISS

(Spiraea nipponica ‘Snowmound’)
Excellent dwarf shrub with dense, dark green leaves, and graceful arching branches covered with small clusters of white flowers in spring. Sun or part shade.
Height 4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
REN. VANHOUTTE SPIREA (BRIDAL WREATH)
SPVABS

(Spiraea vanhouttei ‘Renaissance’)
Graceful shrub with arching branches. Very showy white flowers in May. Excellent for borders, hedges. Sun or half shade.
Height 4-6′. Spread 3-4′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
DWARF KOREAN LILAC
SYMEDK

(Syringa meyeri ‘Palabin’)
A dwarf variety with lilac to lavender flowers in June. Yellow fall color.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#7 Tree Form (7TF) 3.6gal (13.75L)
MISS KIM LILAC
SYPAMK

(Syringa patula ‘Miss Kim’)
Large clusters of lavender flowers late May on dwarf shrub.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
COMMON PURPLE LILAC
SYVUCL

(Syringa vulgaris)
Upright shrub with large heart shaped leaves. Fragrant flowers in early to mid-May. Useful in borders and natural areas. Well drained soil only.
Height 12′. Spread 6-12′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BEAUTY OF MOSCOW FRENCH HYBRID LILAC
SYVUBM

(Syringa vulgaris ‘Beauty of Moscow’)
Striking tall spring blooming shrub with fragrant double pale pink flowers, that turn white with maturity; upright, multi-stemmed habit. Very hardy.
Height 8′. Spread 6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CHARLES JOLY FRENCH HYBRID LILACS
SYVUCJ

(Syringa vulgaris ‘Charles Joly’)
Double red flowers. Does not sucker like the common lilac. Needs well-drained soil and blooms best in a sunny location.
Height 6-10′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MADAME LEMOINE FRENCH HYBRID LILAC
SYVUML

(Syringa vulgaris ‘Madame Lemoine’)
Wide spreading plant with fragrant, double, pure white flowers. Does not sucker like the common lilac. Needs well-drained soil and blooms best in a sunny location.
Height 8-10′. Spread 10′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SENSATION FRENCH HYBRID LILAC
SYVUSE

(Syringa vulgaris ‘Sensation’)
Flowers are violet with a white edge. Does not sucker like the common lilac. Prefers well-drained soil and full sun.
Height 6-10′. Spread 4-6′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BLOOMERANG LILAC
SYXPBL

(Syringa x ‘Purple Penda’ PPAF: PBRAF)
This fragrant light purple lilac will bloom in spring and through the summer. A light trim after spring flowering is recommended for shape and to encourage additional flowering.
Height 4-5′. Spread 5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLOOMERANG DARK PURPLE LILAC
SYXPDP

(Syringa x ‘SMSJBP7’ P.P. #20,575)
Fragrant, reblooming lilacs is taller, with larger flower clusters arrayed luxuriantly on dense branches. Deep purple buds and lavender-blue florets create a striking spring color show followed by intermittent late summer displays.
Height 5-6′. Spread 5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLOOMERANG PINK PERFUME LILAC
SYXPPP

(Syringa x ‘Pink Perfume’ PPAF)
This is the newest one in the Bloomerang series of re-blooming lilacs with pink flowers from spring to summer. A compact, rounded plant with green leaves turning yellowish-purple in fall.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SUMMER GLOW TAMARISK
TARASG

(Tamarix ramosissima ‘Summer Glow’)
Rosy flower spikes in summer. Interesting feathery foliage. Loose, open upright growth habit. Tolerant of moist soils.
Height 10-12′. Spread 6-8′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
KOREAN SPICE VIBURNUM
VICAKV

(Viburnum carlesii ‘Koreanspice’)
These shrubs all have extremely fragrant flowers in early to mid-May. Deep green leathery leaves turn to rustic red in the fall.
Height 4-8′. Spread 3-5′.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
SPICED BOUQUET VIBURNUM
VICASB

(Viburnum carlesi ‘Spice Bouquet’ J. N. Select)
A more dense form of Koreanspice Viburnum with glossy dark green leaves. Flowers are fragrant, pink in bud opening to white. Leaves turn reddish to burgundy-red in fall.
Height 4-6′. Spread 5-7′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
SUGAR N SPICE VIBURNUM
VICASS

(Viburnum carlesi ‘J.N. Select S’)
A heavy flowering cultivar with the same sweet-spiced, floral fragrance for which the species is known. The flower clusters are smaller than average, but are much more plentiful throughout the plant. The deep green leaves turn a wonderful russet red in fall.
Height 6-8′. Spread 6-8′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BLUE MUFFIN VIBURNUM
VIDEBM

(Viburnum dentatum ‘Christom’)
A new compact version of the Arrowwood Viburnum. Lovely white flowers bloom in spring and clusters of rich blue berries set in late summer
Height 5-7′. Spread 4-6′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CHICAGO LUSTRE VIBURNUM
VIDECH

(Viburnum dentatum ‘Synestvedt’)
Glossy green leaves highlight white flowers in June, with leaves turning to bright red in fall.
Height 10-12′. Spread 8-10′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
3′ B & B
JUDD VIBURNUM
VIJUJV

(Viburnum juddii)
Beautiful fragrant white flowers in spring.
Height 6-8′. Spread 4-6′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MOHICAN VIBURNUM
VILAMO

(Viburnum lantana ‘Mohican’)
Thick dark green leaves holding until late fall. Creamy white flowers with orange-red fruit.
Height 6-8′. Spread 6-8′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
COMMON SNOWBALL VIBURNUM
VIOPCS

(Viburnum opulus ‘Sterile’)
White showy flowers in June. Green leaves are a deep purplish-red in fall.
Height 8-12′. Spread 10-15′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
BAILEY COMPACT VIBURNUM
VITRBV

(Viburnum trilobum ‘Bailey Compact’)
Upright, rounded and dense growth habit with medium to dark green leaves turning reddish-orange in fall.
Height 5′. Spread 4-5′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CRIMSON KISSES WEIGELA
WEFLCK

(Weigela ‘Slingco1’ P.P. #23,654)
The bright lipstick red flowers have a white eye coming out in late spring. The foliage is a ruby-purple shade.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
COCO KRUNCH WEIGELA
WEFLCO

(Weigela florida ‘WFMOBLA’ P.P. #27,661)
A long blooming red flowering shrub with dark purplish foliage.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
DARK HORSE WEIGELA
WEFLDH

(Weigela florida ‘Dark Horse’ P.P. #14,381)
Magenta pink flowers stand out against the bronze foliage. Good for foundations and borders in individual or mass plantings.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
GHOST WEIGLEA
WEFLGW

(Weigela florida ‘Carlton’ PPAF CBRAF)
Foliage starts green and turns to a ghostly, iridescent butter yellow as the summer progresses. The red flowers in May are spectacular.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
MAGICAL FANTASY WEIGELA
WEFLMF

(Weigela florida ‘Kolsunn’ P.P. #13,567)
The pure white leaf margins provide wonderful contrast to the green leaves. The pink flowers fade to white and are beautiful in the sun of late spring.
Height 4′. Spread 4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MINUET WEIGELA
WEFLMI

(Weigela florida ‘Minuet’)
A dwarf plant with lightly fragrant, two-toned magenta-rose flowers for 3-6 weeks in late spring.
Height 2-3′. Spread 2-3′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
MY MONET WEIGELA
WEFLMM

(Weigela florida ‘VERWEIG’ P.P. #16,824)
A dwarf weigela with lovely cream, pink and green leaves. Rosy pink flowers bloom in summer. Likes light shade.
Height 12-18″. Spread 12-18″.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MY MONET SUNSET WEIGELA
WEFLMS

(Weigela florida ‘Sunset’ PPAF)
A dwarf Weigela with lovely gold edged foliage changing to a nice red fall color. Soft rosy-pink flowers occasionally through the summer. Prefers a light shaded area for best foliage color.
Height 12-18″. Spread 18-24″.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SPILLED WINE WEIGELA
WEFLSW

(Weigela florida ‘Bokraspiwi’)
The hot-pink, magenta flowers come out in late spring to early summer. A more compact plant for a small garden bed or tight spot.
Height 1-2′. Spread 2-3′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
SONIC BLOOM PINK WEIGELA
WEFLSP

(Weigela florida ‘Bokrasopin’ PPAF)
The lovely pink flowers start in late May and rebloom throughout the growing season if planted in full sun.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
SONIC BLOOM RED WEIGELA
WEFLSR

(Weigela florida ‘Verweil4’ PPAF)
Beautiful red flowers start in May and continue to bloom throughout the season.
Height 4-5′. Spread 4-5′.

#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
WINE & ROSES WEIGELA
WEFLWR

(Weigela florida ‘Alexandra’ P.P. #10,772)
All-summer interest with dark burgundy-purple foliage on a compact plant. The rosy-pink flowers in late spring contrast nicely with the foliage.
Height 3-4′. Spread 3-4′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
RED PRINCE WEIGELA
WEVARP

(Weigela florida ‘Red Prince’)
Spreading, round topped shrub. Useful in hedge and mass plantings. Deep red tubular shaped flowers bloom heavily in May and lightly through the summer. Sun or half shade.
Height 6′. Spread 4-6′.

#1 2.85qt (2.7L)
#2 1.6gal (6L)
#5 3.6gal (13.75L)

NATIVE TREES AND SHRUBS
YELLOW BUCKEYE
AEFLYB

(Aesculus flava)
Yellow flowers in May. Likes wet soils. The fruit is poisonous to humans, but can be made edible through a leaching process. Yellow fall color to the deep green leaves.
Height 60-80′. Spread 40-60′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
CHINESE CHESTNUT
CAMOCC

(Castanea mollissima)
Yellow to creamy white non-fragrant flowers in June. Large green leaves turn a yellow-bronze color in fall. Nuts are for people or wildlife.
Height 40-60′. Spread 30-50′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
KENTUCKY COFFEETREE
GYDIKC

(Gymnocladus dioicus)
Large palmate leaves turn yellow in fall. A large tree that tolerates dry, wet or windy conditions. A slow grower with green leaves that turn yellow in the fall.
Height 60-75′. Spread 40-50′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
BUTTERNUT OR WHITE WALNUT
JUCIBU

(Juglans cinerea)
A slow growing native tree. The butternut is a prized wildlife food.
Height 45-75′. Spread 50-75′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
OSAGE ORANGE OR HEDGE APPLE
MAPOOO

(Maclura pomifera)
Small tree with large, round, textured fruit. Yellow fall color. In fall, fruits turn a bright yellow green and have a citrus fragrance. Wood is heavy and decay resistant.
Height 25-40′. Spread 15-35′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SOURWOOD
OXARSW

(Oxydendroum arboreum)
Pyramidal form with a rounded top and drooping branches. White fragrant flowers in June. Leaves turn yellow, red and purple in the fall.
Height 25-30′. Spread 15-20′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
WHITE OAK
QUALWA

(Quercus alba)
A large, majestic and long-lived oak with wine-red to brown fall color. Leaves have round lobes and the acorns are medium in size.
Height 45-50′. Spread 35-40′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SWAMP WHITE OAK
QUBISO

(Quercus bicolor)
A large tree with a broad crown. Leaves turn a bronze-yellow in the fall. Can be in a wet or dry site.
Height 50-60′. Spread 50-60′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SCARLET OAK
QUCOSO

(Quercus coccinea)
A stately shade or street tree. It is drought tolerant making it an excellent street tree with scarlet fall color.
Height 50-75′. Spread 40-50′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
EASTERN RED CEDAR
JUVIER

(Juniperus virginiana)
Upright, densely pyramidal evergreen when young; pendulous with age. Aromatic. Birds enjoy its blue, berry-like summer cones.
Height 40-50′. Spread 8-20′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
BALD CYPRESS
TADIBC

(Taxodium distichum)
Deciduous conifer with fine needle-like leaves turning from light green to rusty brown in winter before they drop. Prefers a wet location out of the wind.
Height 50-70′. Spread 20-50′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SHRUB INDIGO
AMFRSI

(Amorpha fruticosa)
Fragrant, lavender flower spikes attract butterflies. Substitute for Butterfly Bush. Great for moist sites. Deer resistant.
Height 10-20′. Spread 15-25′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
AMERICAN FILBERT
COAMAF

(Corylus americana)
A large shrub with yellow-brown catkins in spring. Female flowers mature in summer into edible nuts for the wildlife. Fall color is yellow with sometimes a hint of red.
Height 10-18′. Spread 8-15′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
SPICEBUSH
LIBESB

(Lindera benzoin)
Broad, rounded shrub covered with fragrant, yellow-green flowers in spring. The aromatic light green leaves turn a deep yellow-gold in the fall.
Height 6-12′. Spread 6-12′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)
NANNYBERRY VIBURNUM
VILENA

(Viburnum lentago)
A large shrub for the back accent. Beautiful white flowers in spring. The dark blue fruit is great winter food for the wildlife. Green leaves turn bright red in fall.
Height 15-20′. Spread 8-10′. Native.

#3 2.27gal (8.6L)

FRUIT TREES

CULTURAL PRACTICES OF FRUIT TREES
Fruit trees need full sunlight. Inadequate sunlight delays the beginning of fruit production and will reduce the amount of fruit. Do not plant fruit trees near other trees where they will have to compete for soil, space, and nutrients. Prune young trees to develop a strong framework with a central leader and horizontal branches. Excessive upright growth will delay fruit bearing and reduce the quantity of fruit.

APPLES — Require another apple variety to pollinate.
FOUR-WAY APPLE
FT4W

This tree has four varieties grafted on one tree for cross-pollination.
Height 15′. Spread 10′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BRAEBURN APPLE
FTBA

A robust spicy-sweet flavored apple having a flavor with a hint of nutmeg and cinnamon. The reddish-yellow toned apples have a bright green background. This apple can be used as a snack, in a salad, to make juice, to bake or freeze for later use.
Height 12-15′. Spread 10-12′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
GALA APPLE
FTGA

A juicy, finely-textured sweet and aromatic flavored apple. A good dessert apple.
Height 15-18′. Spread 12-15′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
HONEYCRISP APPLE
FTHC

Mid-season ripening. Exceptionally crispy and juicy. Flavor is sweet and balanced. Has an excellent storage life, up to 7 months. Indian Summer Crabapple is a good pollinator.
Height 20′. Spread 15′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
KINDERKRISP APPLE
FTKK

This early ripening smaller size apple has exceptional flavor and crisp texture, much like its parent Honeycrisp. Perfect size for an afternoon snack or a child’s lunch. Fruit ripening in late August and is best used fresh from the tree.
Height 12-15′. Spread 12-15′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
MCINTOSH APPLE
FTMA

Cold-hardy native of Canada. Round, red, mildly tart fruit has a soft texture when cooked. Gives apple sauce and cider a spicy kick; bakes up juicy and tender. Ripens in early in season.
Height 15-20′. Spread 15-20′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
PINK LADY APPLE
FTPL

A wonderful dessert apple with yellow skin blushed with pink that ripens in late October.
Height 12-15′. Spread 12′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
SNOW SWEET APPLE
FTSA

Cold hardy. Deliciously sweet, slightly tart taste. ‘Honeycrisp’ is a good pollinator. Excellent resistance to scab and fire blight.
Height 15-20′. Spread 15′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
CHERRIES
FOUR WAY CHERRY
FT4WC

This tree has four varieties grafted on one tree, so only one tree is necessary for pollination.
Height 15-18′. Spread 12-15′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BING SWEET CHERRY
FTBC

Dwarf shiny, wine-red fruit with reddish-purple flesh. Good for eating and canning. Pollinates with Stella.
Height 18′. Spread 10′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BLACK TARTARIAN CHERRY
FTTC

Plump, heart-shaped cherries ripen in June-often the first fruits of the summer. Rich cherry flavor. Use Stella or Bing to pollinate.
Height 25′. Spread 20′

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
MONTMORENCY CHERRY
FTMO

An excellent cherry for cooking or baking. Pollinates with Stella.
Height 25′. Spread 10′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
RAINIER CHERRY
FTRC

Vigorous upright spreading grower. Large yellow fruits with considerable amount of red blush. Excellent pollinator for most sweet cherry varieties.
Height 30′. Spread 20′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
STELLA CHERRY
FTSE

A deep-red heart shaped cherry that ripens in mid-June. It is wonderful for fresh eating.
Height 12-15′. Spread 10-12′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
SWEET CHERRY PIE CHERRY
FTSW

Sweetest tasting pie cherries. Fantastic for jams, jellies and pies.
Height 15′. Spread 12′

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
PEACHES — These varieties require no pollinator.
DWARF ELBERTA PEACH
FTEP

An excellent late-season bearer with golden-yellow red freestone fruit.
Height 15′. Spread 12-15′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
PIX ZEE PEACH
FTPZ

A genetic dwarf peach producing a ‘mophead’ of full size leaves on a small tree, making it ideal for growing in containers.
Height 4-6′. Spread 4-6′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
RED HAVEN PEACH
FTRH

Large red fruit in late summer used for eating and canning.
Height 15′. Spread 18-20′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
RELIANCE PEACH
FTRP

Medium sized yellow freestone fruit in late summer. Great for fresh eating.
Height 12-15′. Spread 12-15′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
SATURN PEACH
FTSP

This donut shaped peach has white flesh which makes it stand out in salads.
Height 10-12′. Spread 8-10′.

#7 8.91gal (33.75L)
PEARS
20th CENTURY ASIAN PEAR
FT2C

A very juicy and sweet pear with yellowish-green skin and white flesh. This pear would last in the refrigerator for about two months.
Height 20′. Spread 15-18′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
FOUR-WAY PEAR
FT4WP

This tree has four varieties grafted on one tree, so only one tree is necessary for pollination.
Height 15′. Spread 10′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
D’ANJOU PEAR
FTAP

The white flowers in early spring herald the arrival of bright glossy green leaves that turn red in fall. The deep green fruit will turn to a yellowish-red tone as they start to ripen.
Height 15-18″. Spread 10-12′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BARTLETT PEAR
FTBP

Large, golden yellow, juicy and highly flavored.
Height 15′. Spread 6-8′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)
BOSC PEAR
FTBO

Large pear with a long neck that tapers down to a fat round bottom. It has a golden-brown russeted skin and white, juicy flesh with rich, slightly acidic flavor that gives it a sweet-spicy taste.
Height 15-18′. Spread 10-12′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
PLUMS
STANLEY PLUM
FTST

Mid-season, large fruits, black-skinned and yellow fleshed, sweet and juicy. Good canning variety.
Height 15-20′. Spread 15-30′.

#10 8.91gal (33.75L)
TOKA PLUM
FTTP

This plum from South Dakota is an excellent pollinator for other plums. Apricot-colored fruit.
Height 15-20′. Spread 12-15′.

#5 3.6gal (13.75L)
PAW PAW
PAW PAW
ASTRPP

A smaller tree with a narrowly pyramidal shape with dense, drooping foliage. Paw paw fruits look like short, fat bananas. Paw paw trees normally bear fruit 5-6 years after planting.
Height 20-25′. Spread 15-18′.

#7 6.2gal (23.27L)

FRUITS AND BERRIES
ASPARAGUS
Mary Washington 2 year potted, early season ASP
Bare root, 10 roots ASP1
Bare root, 25 roots ASP2
BLACKBERRY
Hull Thornless Very hardy. Large, mild flavored. Trailing bush. EKB
Baby Cakes Dwarf, thornless blackberry perfect for container gardening with its compact habit. EK2B
BLUEBERRIES
Bluecrop 4-6′ Large berries, disease resistant, high yield. Early/Mid. BB1
Earliblue 5-6′ Upright, mounding. Mild, sweet fruit. Fall color. Early. BB1
Jersey 6-8′ Medium-sized berries ripen later in season and are superb for baking. Vigorous grower. Foliage turns flaming orange in the fall. BB1
Bountiful Blue Large super-sweet berries. Blue foliage. Good for containers. BB1B & BB2B
Jelly Bean Large, flavorful berries. Foliage has unique, elongated green leaves with red highlights in cooler climates. Good for containers. BB1B & BB2B
Northland 3-4′ semi-dwarf, medium fruit, high yield. Early. BB1B & BB2B
Patriot 4′ Large fruit, fiery fall color, good in landscape. Early. BB1B & BB2B
Peach Sorbet Dwarf. Four-season foliage from peach to purple. Sweet. BB1B & BB2B
Perpetua True double-cropping blueberry that sets one crop in mid-summer, and then flowers and fruits again to provide ripe fruit in the fall. BB1B & BB2B
CURRANTS
RLC

Excellent for jams, jellies, preserves.
Height 4-6′ Spread 4-5′

Consort Black, musky scent. Great for preserves and wine flavoring.
Perfection Red, large, glossy berries, heavy-bearing. Large clusters.
GOOSEBERRY
GOO

Produces fruit on 2-3 year old wood. Disease resistant.
Height 3-4′. Spread 2-3′. Good for pies and preserves.

Pixwell Large, sweet pink berries. Few thorns. Very productive.
GRAPES
GRA
Concord Blue flavorful grape excellent for jams, jellies and sweet wines.
Catawba Red grape for wine, juice, jams and jellies. Musky flavor.
SEEDLESS GRAPES
GRA2
Canadice Red late season small, sweet grape with a bit of a spicy flavor.
Glenora Large clusters of plump, midnight blue, seedless fruit have a unique flavor (like ‘Concord’ grapes) Ripens early to midseason.
King of the North Blue grape excellent for juice and jelly. Fruit is medium size, juicy, tart, acidic. Disease resistant.
Niagara Large full clusters of medium to large green-gold grapes. Sweet and juicy. Midseason ripening.
HORSERADISH
HOR

Hardy; large, white roots.

RASPBERRIES
RAS
Bristol Black Large, firm and gorgeous black raspberries. Vigorous, upright canes do not require staking. Cold-hardy. Mid-summer bearing.
Mammoth Red Easy-pick, easy-prune with no pesky thorns. Record-size, richly red, super-sweet berries ripen late June to mid July.
Heritage Red everbearing that spreads well. High yield. Sweet.
Latham Most popular red. Tart flavor. June bearing. Very hardy.
Brandywine Purple, large firm fruit, mid-season. High yields.
Raspberry Shortcake Dwarf plant, full size berries. Thornless. RAS2B
RHUBARB
RHU
Canada Red Tall, plump, brilliantly red stalks. Excellent yields.
STRAWBERRIES
ANPS
Eversweet Everbearing.

ORNAMENTAL GRASSES
OGR17B Ornamental Grass
OGR19B Ornamental Grass
OGR22B Ornamental Grass
OGR24B Ornamental Grass
OGR34B Ornamental Grass
OGR39B Ornamental Grass
OGR49B Ornamental Grass
Andropogon gerardii ‘Dancing Wind’ (Big Bluestem)

Bi-color late summer color of green and red darkening to dark red in fall. Three-part “Turkey’s Foot” bloom. 6′ Full sun. Z3

Andropogon gerardii ‘Indian Warrior’ (Big Bluestem)

Green foliage turns purple then bronze as weather cools. Three-part bloom form gives the plant the name Turkey’s Foot. 6′ Full sun. Z3

Andropogon gerardii ‘Rain Dance’ (Big Bluestem)

Red-tipped foliage, deeper green than the species, turns totally maroon in fall. Bears red finger-like flowers, resembling turkey feet, on red stems. 6′ Full sun. Z3

Andropogon gerardii ‘Red Bull’ (Big Bluestem)

Attractive grassy leaves are bluish-green in color.Vivid red fall color. Red flowers, resemble turkeys feet, bloom in August. 5-6′ Full sun. Z3

Andropogon gerardii ‘Red October’ (Big Bluestem)

Deep green foliage darkens to purple in late summer, then vivid scarlet in autumn for spectacular late-season color. Small burgundy red flowers, resembling turkey’s feet, bloom in August. 5-6′ Full sun. Z3

Boutelona ‘Blonde Ambition’ (Blue Grama Grass)

Blue-green foliage and striking, flag-like summer flowers. Long lasting blonde seed heads remain through winter. Full sun. Z4

Calamagrostis brachytricha (Korean Feather Reed Grass)

Feathery, pinkish flower plumes appear in late summer atop tall stems rising well above the mounds of foliage. Folaige ages to beige in fall as flowers mature to light tan. 3’ Sun-Part Shade. LSu Z5

Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Avalanche’ (Feather Reed Grass)

Upright clumping grass to 3-5′. Showy feather plumes. LSp Dry-Moist, Sun. Z5

Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’ (Feather Reed Grass)

Clumping grass to 3-5′. 2001 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. Showy feather plumes. LSp Dry-Moist, Sun. Z5

Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Overdam’ (Variegated Feather Reed Grass)

White striped foliage. 3-4′ Tan flowers. Average moisture, will do well in clay soils. Sun-Part Shade. LSp. Z5

Carex buchananii (Fox Red Curly or Leatherleaf Sedge)

2′ high thin bronze-red leaves. Form 2-3′ clumps. Buff spikes in summer. Moist, well drained soil. Z5

Carex elata ‘Bowle’s Golden’ (Golden Sedge)

Upright golden arching foliage with green edges. 15-24″ Very moist to wet soil. Part shade. Z5

Carex morrowii ‘Aurea Variegata’ (Variegated Japanese Sedge)

Clumping, thick textured, stiff blades with green edges, white centers. Moist, Shade. Z5

Carex morrowii ‘Ice Dance’ (Ice Dance Japanese Sedge)

Dark green leaves with white edges. Moderate spreader, can be ground-cover. 12-16″ Moist, well drained soil. Part shade-shade. Z5

Carex ‘Evergold’ (Evergold Japanese Sedge)

Arching creamy-yellow leaves with green margins. 12″ Moist, well drained soil. Part shade. Z5

Carex siderosticha ‘Snowcap’ (Snow Cap Sedge)

Variegated sedge has nearly white foliage with a trace of green on the edges. 8″ Part shade-shade. Can tolerate sun in moist soil. Z5

Chasmanthium latifolium (Northern Sea Oats)

Bamboo-like foliage with oat-like seeds, turns bronze in fall. 3-4′ Moist, Sun-Shade. MFa Z5

Deschampsia ‘Goldtau’ (Tufted Hair Grass)

Deep, dark-green foliage. Airy, golden-yellow flowers that emerge in June and last through to September. Clumping. Part sun, shade. 12-24″

Erianthus ravennae (Plume Grass, Hardy Pampas)

Graceful grass with narrow, silvery white flowers. Lovely fall color. 8-10′ Dry-Moist. Z4

Festuca glauca ‘Boulder Blue’ (Boulder Blue Fescue)

Deep metallic blue foliage forms a neat, compact mound. Salt tolerant. Average moisture, well drained. Sun. 6-8″ Z4

Festuca glauca ‘Cool As Ice’ (Cool as Ice Fescue)

Fine blue foliage with a hint of grey green in spring. Small tight habit with better heat tolerance than other Fescue. Well drained. Sun. 10″ Z4

Festuca ovina glauca ‘Elijah Blue’ (Blue Fescue)

Clumps of thin icy blue foliage. Salt tolerant. Average moisture, well drained. Sun. 10″ Z4

Hakonechloa macra ‘All Gold’ (Golden Japanese Forest Grass)

Clumping golden yellow cascading foliage. Moist-Wet. 18-24″ Part shade-shade. Z5

Hakonechloa macra ‘Aureola’ (Variegated Japanese Forest Grass)

Clumping golden striped foliage. 2009 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. Moist-Wet. 18″ Part shade-shade. Z5

Hakonechloa macra ‘Fubuki’ (Fubuki Japanese Forest Grass)

Clumping white and green cascading foliage that takes on a pink tinge with cool weather. Moist-Wet. 18-24″ Part shade-shade. Z5

Helictotrichon sempervirens (Blue Oat Grass)

Dense mounds of blue-gray leaves with small, tan seed heads. 18-24″ Clumping Average to dry soil. Sun Z3

Imperata cyclindrica ‘Red Baron’ (Japanese Blood Grass)

Red blades to nearly 2′ high. Clumps 10-12″ wide. Moist soil. Sun Z4

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Adagio’ (Maiden Grass)

Dwarf plant with graceful, silvery green arching foliage becoming a whirl of orange, gold and burgundy in the fall. Plumes emerge bronzy-pink fading to white in the fall. 4-5′ Fa Z5

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Cabaret’ (Japanese Silver Grass)

Rich green broad blades have milky shite stripes. Copper-colored plumes appear above the foliage in early fall and age to cream. 6-7′ Moist, well-drained. Sun-part shade. EFa Z5

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gold Bar’ (Gold Bar Porcupine Grass)

Upright leaves heavily yellow-banded. Burgundy plumes. 3′ Moist, well-drained. Sun-part shade. EFa Z5

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Gracillimus’ (Maiden Grass)

Fine silver-veined leaves with arching habit. Silvery white plumes. 6-8′ EFa Moist-well drained. Sun. Z4

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Little Zebra’ (Little Zebra Maiden Grass)

Showy foliage with horizontal yellow stripes on the blades. Silvery plumes in late summer, tinged with purple that remain attractive through winter. 36-40″ EFa Moist-well drained. Sun. Z4

Miscanthus sinesis ‘Morning Light’ (Morning Light Maiden Grass)

Graceful, thin, white-edged leaves. Plumes emerge bronze-red turning cream. 6′ MFa Moist-well drained, Sun-part shade. Clumping. Z4

Miscanthus sinesis ‘Purpurascens’ (Purple Maiden Grass)

Reddish foliage with white plumes. 3-4′ EFa Moist-well drained. Sun. Clumping. Z5

Miscanthus sinesis ‘Strictus’ (Porcupine Grass)

Green leaves with golden bands. Reddish bronze plumes. EFa 8′ Moist-well drained. Sun-part shade. Z4

Miscanthus sinesis ‘Variegatus’ (Japanese Silver Grass)

Vase-shaped plant with white striped leaves & silver plumes. 5′ Moist, well drained, Sun-Part Shade. EFa. Z4

Miscanthus sinensis ‘Yakushima’ (Yakushima Dwarf Maiden Grass)

Compact version, 3-4′ high dark green blades, showy fall color. Average moisture. Sun-Part Shade. Z5

Miscanthus sinesis ‘Zebrinus’ (Zebra Grass)

Green leaves with gold bars. Moist-well drained. 5-7′ Sun Z5

Molinia caerulea ‘Moorflamme’ (Moor Grass)

Green, fine textured blades intensify to orange-red flame shades in autumn with purplish panicles that age to straw-colored. Compact clumper and slight arching habit 26-32″ Moist-well drained Sun Z4

Panicum virgatum ‘Cheyenne Sky’ (Cheyenne Sky Switch Grass)

Emerges blue green and begins turning wine red in early summer becoming drenched in color as the wine red flowers arise. Clumping 2-3′ wide. 2-3′ tall LSu Average-moist. Sun. Z4

Panicum virgatum ‘Cloud Nine’ (Tall Switch Grass)

Airy panicles of pink fading to blue- beige. Clumping 4-6′ wide. 8′ LSu Average-moist. Sun. Z4

Panicum virgatum ‘Heavy Metal’ (Blue Switch Grass)

Stiff, metallic blue leaves, with delicate pink panicles. Spreads. Bright yellow in fall. 5-6′ Average-Moist. Sun. Z4

Panicum virgatum ‘Northwind’ (Northwind Switch Grass)

Olive-green to bluish-green foliage forms a compact, narrow, erect, tall clump of foliage which is topped in late summer by finely-textured, yellow flower panicles which hover over the foliage like an airy cloud. LSu 4-5′ Average-Moist. Sun. Z4 2014 Perennial Plant of the Year.

Panicum virgatum ‘Prairie Sky’ (Prairie Sky Blue Switch Grass)

Sky-blue flower plumes create an airy haze above strong blue-green stems and gracefully drooping leaves. Upright form. Use as a single specimen or as a low, finely textured screen. 5′ Average-Moist. Sun. Z4

Panicum virgatum ‘Shenandoah’ (Shenandoah Switch Grass)

Showy, dark red and green leaves with deep red-burgundy flowers in fall. 4′ Average moisture. Sun. Z4

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Burgundy Bunny’ (Burgundy Bunny Dwarf Fountain Grass)

Foliage has red highlights in summer, with intense-burgundy fall color. MSu Well drained soil. 12-18″ Sun. Z5

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Burgundy Bunny’ (Burgundy Bunny Dwarf Fountain Grass)

Foliage has red highlights in summer, with intense-burgundy fall color. MSu Well drained soil. 12-18″ Sun. Z5

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Ginger Love’ (Dwarf Fountain Grass)

Thick red foxtail like flowers staring on clump-forming grass. LSu-Fa Moist-well drained soil. 3′ Sun. Z5

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Hameln’ (Dwarf Fountain Grass)

Compact clump-forming grass. Rose copper heads. EFa Moist-well drained soil. 24″ Sun. Z5

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Little Bunny’ (Miniature Fountain Grass)

Diminutive grass with dense 6-12″ tufts of finely textured foliage. Moist-well drained soil. Sun. Z5

Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Red Head’ (Fountain Grass)

Large mound of arching green leaves. Soft smoky-pink colored bottlebrush flower spikes appear in mid to late summer, turning to buff as they dry. Msu-LSu 3-4′ Moist-well drained soil. Sun. Z5

Pennisetum orientale ‘Karley Rose’ (Karley Rose Fountain Grass)

Deeper green foliage and darker, smoky rose-purple flower spikes that are larger and fuller that will bloom for a longer period. LSu-EFa 2-3′ Moist, well-drained soil. Sun. Z5

Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Blue Heaven’ (Blue Heaven Little Bluestem)

Blue grey foliage will turn a mix of burgundy red, pink and orange in the fall. Glossy purple seed panicles become fluffy tan in late summer. 2 -3′ Dry-moist. Sun. Z3

Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Carousel’ (Carousel Little Bluestem)

Compact, upright oval shape is unique. Multi-season interest. Blue-green foliage with streaks of pink turn to a medley of hues in autumn. Blooms are purplish-bronze. 30-36″ Dry-moist. Sun. Z4

Sesleria autumnalis (Autumn Moor Grass)

Bright green, neat tufts. Great for mass plantings. Very adaptable to dry sites or moist soils. Salt tolerant. Fall bloom. 12″ Sun or shade. Z4

Sorghastrum nutans ‘Sioux Blue’ (Indian Grass)

Bright blue foliage with stiff upright habit, and attractive flowers. 4-6′ Dry-wet. Sun. Native. Z4

Sporobolus heterolepis (Prairie Dropseed)

Green leaves with fragrant airy flower heads, nice reddish color in fall. 4′ Dry. Sun-Part Shade. Native. Z4

SUN PERENNIALS

A sun perennial is best planted in six hours or more of sun per day. We are designated as USDA Zone 5. Zone 6 (Z6) are marginally winter hardy in this area. You can increase the chances of survival of such plants by planting them in well-drained soils in sheltered areas and mulching around the base of plants in fall.

GC4(B)
PR5(B)
DQP7(B)
DQP9(B)
PR11(B)
PR12(B)
PR13(B)
PR14(B
PR15(B)
PR17(B)
PR18(B)
PR19(B)
PR24(B)
PR29(B)
PR34(B)
PR37(B)
PR39(B)

Achillea (Yarrow)

Z3 Drought tolerant. Attracts butterflies, deer & rabbit resistant. Good cut flower.

‘Moonshine’ Yellow flowers, silver-gray ferny foliage. ESu-LSu. 18-24″
‘New Vintage White’ Bold white color that doesn’t fade. No gap between flowers and foliage. LSp-Su 12-14″
‘New Vintage Violet’ Violet flower clusters with cream ‘eyes’ over compact, ferny, green foliage. LSp-Su 10-12″
‘Pink Grapefruit’ Large, slightly mounded heads of vivid lavender pink flowers. ESu-Msu 20″
‘Pretty Belinda’ Bright pink flowers. Compact habit stays upright. Su. 20″
‘Red Velvet’ One of the best reds, color doesn’t fade. ESu-MSu. 20″
‘Saucy Seduction’ Intense fuchsia pink, lightens to medium pink on compact sturdy plants. ESu-MSu 18-24″
‘Strawberry Seduction’ Strawberry red flowers with gold centers atop a robust, compact clump of grey-green foliage. ESu-MSu 18-24″
‘Sunny Seduction’ Flowers open an intense lemon yellow, lightening to a pastel yellow. ESu-MSu 18-24″
Agastache (Hyssop)

Z5 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. Deer resistant.

‘Black Adder’ Vivid blue bottlebrush-like flowers. MSu-Fa 30-36″
‘Blue Fortune’ Lavender-blue, bottlebrush-like flowers on strong, upright stems. Provides late season color. MSu-EFa 24-36″
‘Bolero’ Large tubular blooms of rosy purple. Scalloped leaves are fragrantly sweet, bronze. The flower heads are compact. MSu-EFa 16″
‘Kudos Mandarin’ Cherry, bright orange long-lasting blooms. Su-Fa 16″
‘Little Adder’ Lavender-blue blooms on compact bushy mounds of fragrant green foliage. MSu-Fa 15″
Alcea rosea (Hollyhocks)

Z3 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. Old-fashioned favorite. Tall spikes of flowers that open from the bottom up. Delightful in the back of the border or against a fence.

‘Chaters Double Mix’ Ruffled, fully double flowers. Biennial MSu 4-6′
‘Halo Cerise’ Large cerise pink flowers with deep purple halo. Perennial. ESu-MSu 5-6′
‘Halo Lavender’ Lavender flowers with pink halo. Perennial. MSu 5-6′
‘Radiant Rose’ True perennial with rose-colored flowers. MSu 5-6′
‘Single Mix’ Mixed assortment of colors. Biennial MSu 4-6′
‘Spotlight Blacknight’ Single black, white eye. True perennial. MSu 5-6′
‘Spotlight Mars Magic’ Bright red perennial hollyhock. MSu 5-6′
Allium (Ornamental onion)

Z4

‘Glaucum’ Twisting foliage with rosy lilac ball-shaped flowers. Su 6-8″
‘Millenium’ Dark pink, ball-shaped, 2″ blooms cover the shiny green strappy foliage. LSu 12-16″
‘Summer Beauty’ Large chartreuse globes with strong stems. LSp-ESu 24″
Amsonia (Blue Star Flower)

Attracts butterflies.

‘Blue Ice’ Dark lavender-blue star shaped flowers. LSp 14″ Z5
‘Halfway to Arkansas’ Needle-like foliage of deep, glossy green with clusters of pale blue, star-shaped blooms. Late yellow foliage color, mounded habit. LSp 36″ Z3
hubrichtii Clusters of small, light blue, star-shaped flowers with needle-like leaves that turn golden-yellow in fall. Native. 2011 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. LSp-ESu 36″ Z4
tabernaemontana Funneled, lilac-blue stars on tall stems with willow-like foliage. Native. Sp-Su 40″
Arabis (Rock Cress)

Z4 Attracts butterflies.

‘Snowcap’ Dwarf compact plant with white flowers. Sp 6-8″
Aralia (Sun King Spikenard)
‘Sun King’ Bright gold compound leaves. Spikes of tiny white flowers followed by ornamental black fruit. Su 2′
Arenaria (Sandwort)

Z4

‘Avalanche’ White 1″ flowers provide long season of color. Evergreen foliage. LSp 6″
Artemisia (Wormwood/Silver Mound)

Z3 Deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Silver Mound’ Compact mounds of silver-gray, feathery foliage. 10″
Asclepias (Butterfly Weed/Milkweed)

Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, deer resistant. Heat and drought tolerant.

incarnata ‘Cinderella’ (Swamp Milkweed) Vanilla scented, rose pink flowers in large, compact clusters. MSu-EFa 3-5′ Z3
incarnata ‘Ice Ballet’ (Swamp Milkweed) Vanilla scented, white flowers on more compact plant. Dark green foliage. MSu-EFa 3-5′ Z3
tuberosa Bright orange-red flowers on sturdy stems. Drought tolerant. Native. 2017 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. ESu-LSu 24-36″ Z4
Aster (Hardy Aster)

Attracts butterflies, good cut flower.

‘Purple Dome’ (New England) Dome-shaped plant with purple flowers. LSu-EFa 18-24″ Z3
‘Wood’s Light Blue’ (New York) Light lavender-blue flowers with compact features. Strong upright plants. Mildew resistant. LSu-LFa 8-12″ Z4
‘Wood’s Pink’ (New York) Lavender-pink flowers. Mildew resistant. LSu-LFa 12″ Z4
‘Wood’s Purple’ (New York) Purple flowers. Mildew resistant. LSu-LFa 18″ Z4
Baptisia (Blue Indigo)

Z3 Attracts butterflies, deer resistant.

australis Shrubby foliage with blue pea-shaped flowers. LSp-ESu 3-4′ 2010 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. LSp 3-4′
‘Pixie Periwinkle’ Light lavender/periwinkle blooms. Compact and rounded habit. LSp-ESu 3-4′
‘Solar Flare’ Unique, vigorous, lemon-yellow. MSp 3-4′
‘Twilite Prairieblues’ Bi-color dark purple & yellow. MSp-LSp 3-4′
Baptisia (Starflowers)

Z3 Attracts butterflies, good cut flower.

‘Nana’ Lavender-pink flowers resembling asters are produced in dense clusters that completely cover the mounds of foliage. LSu-EFa 24″
Buddleia (Butterfly Bush)

Z5 Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, deer resistant. Fragrant flowers Bloom from July – fall. Herbaceous shrub that needs to be cut back each spring.
BUD14
BUD19
BUD29
BUD39

‘Bicolor’ Fragrant lavender and butterscotch yellow. 6-8′
‘Black Knight’ Dark violet purple. 6-8′
‘Blue Chip’ Blue-purple flowers. Compact. 2-3′
‘Blue Chip Jr.’ Blue-purple flowers. Tidy and smaller than Blue Chip. 2′
‘Funky Fuschia’ Vibrant reddish-pink panciles are quite fragrant. 6′
‘Groovy Grape’ Rich, violet-purple flowers on large upright plant. 8′
‘Ice Chip’ Fragrant white flowers. Dwarf, spreading habit.18-24″
‘Miss Molly’ Dark sangria-red flowers. 4-5′
‘Miss Pearl’ Mid-sized plant. Pure white, fragrant blooms. 4-5′
‘Miss Ruby’ Compact habit with vivid, pink blooms. 4-5′
‘Petite Plum’ Fragrant clusters reddish-purple. 5′
‘Petite Snow’ Dwarf. White flowers. 5′
‘Pink Delight’ Fragrant, bright pink flowers. 5-7′
‘Pink Micro Chip’ Orchid-pink flower spikes. Earlier blooming.18-24″
‘Psychedelic Sky’ Clear purple-blue flowers. 6′
‘Purple Haze’ Purple-blue flowers with low spreading habit. 3′
‘Royal Red’ Rich purple-red fragrant flowers. 6-8′
Calamintha (Calamint)

Z4 Drought & rabbit resistant.

nepeta subs. nepeta Light green foliage smothered in clouds of tiny, white flowers that turn light blue. Fragrant gray-green foliage. Su-Fa 12-15″
‘White Cloud’ Tiny white flowers, fragrant gray-green foliage. Su-Fa 18″
Campanula (Bell Flower)

Z3 Deer resistant, attracts hummingbirds, tolerates part shade. Deadhead for repeat bloom.

c. ‘Blue Clips’ Violet-blue flowers. Su-MFa 8″
c. ‘White Clips’ White flowers. Su-MFa 8″
‘Birch Hybrid’ ALvender-blue fluted flowers. Su 6″
‘Emerald’ Sky blue flowers flecked with deep purple. ESu 20-24″
poscharskyana (Serbian Bellflower) Good short spreader covered with lilac-blue flowers. LSp-ESu 6-10″
‘Viking’ Compact, heavy bloomer with lavender flowers. ESu 18″
Caryopteris (Blue Mist Spirea)

Z5 Drought tolerant, deer resistant, attracts butterflies, fragrant. Shrub-like habit, late to break dormancy. Cut back dead wood in late spring.

‘First Choice’ Compact mounds of foliage. Fragrant dark purple-blue flowers. Earlier flowering, more floriferous. LSu-Fa 30-36″
‘Sapphire Surf’ Blue blooms on compact, mounding plant. Wider than tall. Drought tolerant. LSu-EFa 24″
Centaurea (Bachelor’s Button/Mountain Bluet)

Z3 Attracts butterflies, deer resistant, good cut flower.

‘Amethyst Dream’ Amethyst flowers on soft green foliage. LSp-Su 20″
‘Amethyst in Snow’ Pure white petals that radiate in a starburst from deep purple centers atop grayish-green leaves. LSp-ESu 12-24″
montana ‘Blue’ Blue flowers with fringed margins. LSp-MSu 24″
Centranthus (Jupiter’s Beard, Red Valerian)

Z4 Drought tolerant, attracts butterflies, deer resistant.

‘Pretty Betsy’ Showy rose-red, fragrant flowers are continuous all season. LSp-MSu 24-36″
Cerastium (Snow-in-Summer)

Z3 Deer & rabbit resistant.

tomentosum ‘Silver Carpet’ Wooly-gray foliage with masses of white flowers. LSp-ESu 6-8″
Ceratostigma (Plumbago, Leadwort)

Z5 Deer resistant.

plumbaginoides Intense blue flowers on low, glossy green foliage that turns reddish in fall. Great groundcover. Sun to shade. LSu-MFa. 8″
Chrysanthemum (Garden Mums)

Z5
Likes well-drained soil and full to part sun. Plant in spring to increase hardiness. Cut back twice (Memorial Day and 4th of July) for compact plant and abundant fall blooms. Assorted varieties.

Coreopsis (Tickseed)

Attracts butterflies, deer resistant.

‘Cosmic Eye’ Compact, continuous bloomer with yellow bloom with red eye. ESu-Fa 12-18″ Z4
v. ‘Curry Up’ Bright yellow-gold flowers with large red eye over threadleaf foliage. Su-Fa 18″ Z5
‘Daybreak’ Prominent orange-red center and fringed, gold petal tips. ESu-EFa 8-12″ Z4
‘Enchanted Evening’ Butter yellow blooms with soft red eye. ESu-EFa 8-12″ Z5
‘Galaxy’ Compact, heavy bloomer with semi-double, bright yellow flowers. ESu-Fa 12-15″ Z4
‘Heaven’s Gate’ 2″ golden-yellow flowers with fringed petals & red center. ESu-LSu 36″ Z6
‘Hot Paprika’ Rich red flowers over soft green threadleaf foliage on tight compact plant. Su-Fa 18″ Z5
‘Jethro Tull’ Golden yellow flowers with fluted petals. Very floriferous. LSp-MSu 18″ Z4
‘Mercury Rising’ Truly hardy, velvety wine red flowers. Wide spreading, mounded foliage all summer. Disease resistant. ESu-EFa 15-18″
v. ‘Moonbeam’ Lemon flowers with thread-leaf foliage. ESu-LSu 18″ Z3
g. ‘Presto’ Semi-double, bright, golden-yellow flowers. Tidy mounding habit. ESu-EFa 8″ Z4
‘Red Chiffon’ Pale yellow with expanding vivid red eye as season progresses. ESu-LSu 15-18″ Z4
‘Red Elf’ Deep burgundy red blossoms but on a much smaller plant. ESu-EFa 8-12″ Z5
‘Red Shift’ 2″ Creamy yellow flowers with red eye, turning all red in fall. MSu-EFa 30-36″ Z5
g. Solanna Golden Sphere’ Double golden-yellow flowers form bright rounded spheres. E-LSu 10″ Z4
‘Star Cluster’ Creamy white flowers with a gold button center. Purple eye and purple margin develop in cooler temperatures. ESu-LSu 18-24″ Z5
‘Starlight’ Very large, creamy white flowers with burgundy center turn pink in cooler temperatures. Dwarf, wiry foliage. Su-EFa 10″ Z5
g. ‘Sunfire’ Brilliant yellow face with bold, wine-red marks. ESu-Fa 24″ Z4
‘Sun Up’ Semi-double yellow flowers. Compact plant. LSp-LSu 10-12″ Z4
‘Sweet Marmalade’ Flowers are a deep orange mellowing to apricot-yellow later in the season. Su-EFa 12″ Z5
v. ‘Zagreb’ Buttercup yellow, daisy-like flowers on thread-leaf foliage. E-LSu 12-15″ Z4
Delosperma (Hardy Ice Plant)

Drought tolerant, deer resistant, good rock garden plant.

‘Fire Spinner’ Striking color combination of orange with red to pink centers. Fast spreading carpet of apple-green foliage. 2″ Z5
‘John Proffitt’ Table Mountain Fuchsia flowers on fast spreading groundcover. Needs good drainage. Blooms Sp-EFa 2″ Z4
Jewel Desert Garnet Dime-sized flowers of scarlet and lavender. An ever-blooming variety, the plant grows as a tight mound of evergreen leaves and makes a nice, small-scale groundcover. Su 4-6″ Z5
Jewel Desert Moonstone White flowers with a yellow center. Succulent, compact foliage. Very long blooming. Sp-Fa 4-6″ Z5
Jewel Desert Peridot Long lasting, cheerful-yellow blooms. This Ice Plant is heat-tolerant. ESu-Fa 4-6″ Z5
‘Lavender Ice’ Bright lavender with a dark eye. Green foliage tuns purple as temperatures cool. MSp 4″ Z5
‘Red Hills’ Daisy-like flowers are pinkish-red with creamy white centers. Will withstand drought and poor soil. ESu-EFa 3″ Z5
Delphinium (Larkspur)

Z3 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, deer & rabbit resistant, good cut flower. Blooms early to mid summer.

‘Black Knight’ Deep midnight violet. 5′
‘Blue Butterfly’ Blue flowers on a branched, compact plant. 14″
‘Guardian Blue’ Cobalt blue with lighter bee. Very strong stems. 24-40″
‘Summer Cloud’ Electric blue blooms with a white bee. 10-12″
‘Summer Morning’ Light pink. 10-12″
‘Summer Nights’ Midnight blue. 10-12″
‘Summer Skies’ Clear light blue flowers. 5′
x belladonna Lovely shades of blue on heavily branched spikes. 36″
Dianthus barbatus (Sweet William)

Z4 Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, deer resistant, fragrant, good cut flower.

‘Barbarini Series’ Brilliant colored flowers on dwarf plants. Sp-LSu 8-10″
Colors include: ‘Mix’, ‘Purple Bicolor’, ‘Red Picotee’, and ‘Rose’.
Dianthus caryophyllus (Carnation)

Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies, deer resistant, fragrant, good cut flower.

‘Fizzy’ Double lavender flowers with dark red eye & fringed petals. Z5
‘Frosty’ Double, white flowers. Z6
‘Radiance’ Double, deep red flowers. Z6
Dianthus deltoides (Border/Cheddar Pinks)

Attracts butterflies, deer resistant, good cut flower, cold tolerant and fragrant.

‘Brilliant’ Bright double crimson flowers. ESp-ESu 6″ Z3
‘Coral Reef’ Delicately ruffled double coral pink blossoms highlighted with white picoteed edges. Spicy fragrance. LSp-MSu 12″ Z5
‘Edgehog’ Blue-green foliage with creamy white margin. Hot pink semi-double bloom. Sp-Su 4″ Z3
‘Firewitch’ Magenta flowers with silvery-blue evergreen foliage. ESu & EFa 8″ Z3
‘First Love’ Flowers change from white to deep pink. LSp-Fa 15-20″ Z5
‘Frosty Fire’ Double, Chinese lacquer-red flowers. ESu & EFa 6″ Z3
‘Neon Star’ Fluorescent pink flowers. Evergreen, blue-gray foliage. ESu-EFa 7″ Z5
‘Pinball Wizard’ Fancy pink and white striped double flowers. Spicy fragrance. Repeat flowering. Sp-Su 12″
‘Pop Star’ Deeply fringed, double lavender flowers with cherry eye. ESp-MSu 6-8″ Z4
‘Tiny Rubies’ Double rose-pink flowers. ESu 4″ Z3
‘Zing Rose’ Dense foliage with rose flowers. LSp-MSu 4-6″ Z3
Dracocephalum (Dragon’s Head)

Z5

‘Fuji Blue’ Enchanting, long-lived perennial with needle-like foliage. Compact clumps with brilliant blue helmet-shaped flowers. LSp-LSu 12″
Echinacea (Coneflower)

Attracts butterflies, deer resistant, good cut flower, drought tolerant.

‘Cheyenne Spirit’ All-Amerca Selection. Flowers first year. Mix of Pink, red, orange, yellow and white. Sturdy, well-branched. Su-Fa 24″ Z4
‘Double Scoop Raspberry” Double flowers that open deep orange and fade to pink. MSu-Fa 30″ Z4
‘Fatal Attraction’ Upright plant covered in large deep purple-pink flowers on dark red, strong stems. Su 26″ Z3
‘Green Jewel’ Light green ray petals surround a green cone. Su 24″ Z3
‘Hot Papaya’ Fully double, orange. Does not fade. MSu-LSu 36″ Z4
‘Julia’ Large flowers that open bright orange that become two-toned pink as they age. Su 18″ Z5
‘Kim’s Knee High’ Clear pink flowers on dwarf plants. MSu-Fa 24″ Z3
‘Kim’s Mop Head’ Creamy white blooms. Compact plant. Su 12-18″ Z4
‘Magnus’ Deep rose flowers, non-drooping rays. 1998 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. MSu-Fa 36″ Z3
‘Meringue’ Dwarf, double white. Reblooms. 18″ Z5
‘Pica Bella’ Extremely floriferous. Very long bloom period. Watermelon-pink flowers with bright orange cone. MSu-LSu 22″ Z3
‘Pink Double Delight’ Amazing double pink blooms, very floriferous. Deadheading recommended. Su 20-24″ Z4
‘Pixie Meadowbrite’ Outstanding, prolific blooming dwarf from Chicago Botanic Gardens. Rose pink flower with dark cone. LSp-EFa 18-24″ Z4
‘Pow Wow White’ Loads of pure white flowers with yellow centers. ESu-LSu 18-24″ Z3
‘Pow Wow Wild Berry’ Tons of deep purple-pink flowers on sturdy compact plants. ESu-LSu 18-24″ Z3
‘Ruby Star’ Intense carmine lavender petals. MSu-Fa 36-40″ Z3
‘Sombrero Hot Coral’ Well-branched coral-orange coneflower holds its flat-faced, 3″ blooms high. Su-Fa 22″ Z5
‘Sombrero Lemon Yellow’ Bright lemon-yellow on a very compact, well-branched plant. 18-24″ Z5
‘Sombrero Salsa Red’ Rich deep red with high bud count. 24-26″ Z5
‘Sundown’ Similar to Sunset but taller & more vigorous. Russet-orange, fragrant, flowers with brown cone. MSu-Fa 32-40″ Z4
Eryngium (Sea Holly)

Z5 Attracts butterflies, good cut flower.

‘Jade Frost’ Violet-blue flowers rise above blue-green leaves with white margins. Pinkish tint in cooler weather. ESp-MSu 6-8″
Eupatorium (Mist Flower)

Z4 Attracts butterflies, good cut flower.

‘Chocolate’ Bronze-purple foliage with white flowers. MSu 48″
‘Gateway’ Compact, sturdy plant with pinkish-red flowers, wine-red stems. LSu-EFa 4-6′
‘Phantom’ Dramatic compact version of an old time favorite. Large, wine-red flower clusters. Su 30″
Euphorbia (Cushion Spurge)

Z6 Deer & rabbit resistant. Good cut flower. Semi-evergreen.

‘Blackbird’ Dark purple, velevety foliage with large clusters of yellow flowers. Compact, bushy growth. ESp 18-22″
polychroma Green foliage with yellow flowers. Cut back for a second bloom. LSp 12-18″ Z4
Fragraria (Strawberry)

Deer resistant. Good groundcover.

‘Lipstick’ Deep rose flowers top glossy evergreen foliage. LSp-ESu 6″ Z3
Gaillardia (Blanket flower)

Attracts butterflies, deer resistant.

‘Arizona Sun’ Large, wide, fiery orange-red flowers tipped in yellow. Petite form with compact, uniform habit. ESu-EFa 8-10″ Z3
‘Fanfare’ Deep red upward-facing flowers flare out like trumpets topped with bright yellow tips. ESu-EFa 14″ Z5
‘Fanfare Blaze’ Fiery orange-red flowers with trumpeted petals. Widely mounding, grey-green foliage. Heat tolerant. ESu-EFa 12-16″ Z5
‘Goblin’ Red flowers with yellow edges. ESu-Fa 12″ Z4
‘Mesa Bicolor’ Bright yellow, non fading blooms with copper red center and halo. Sturdy upright well-branched plants. ESu-Fa 16-18″ Z4
‘Mesa Peach’ Well-branched, uniform. Peach colored flowers, dipped in golden yellow. Blooms early. Doesn’t fade. ESu-EFa 16-18″ Z5
‘Mesa Yellow’ Bright yellow. More prolific flowering. Sturdy upright well-branched plants. ESu-Fa 16-18″ Z4
‘Sunset Cutie’ Dwarf plants with large red-bronze flowers and creamy-yellow tips. ESu-LSu 15″ Z5
‘Sunset Popsy’ Medium plants with two rows of pink petals with yellow tips. ESu-LSu 18″ Z5
‘Sunset Snappy’ Medium plants with rosy-red-bronze flowers with yellow tips. ESu-LSu 18″ Z5
Geranium (Cranesbill)

Deer & Rabbit resistant, good groundcover.

‘Ballerina’ Rose pink flowers with dark veins, LSp-LSu 4-6″ Z5
‘Biokovo’ Spreading plants with light pink flowers. 2015 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. LSp 20″ Z4
‘Brookside’ Blue flowers with tiny white eyes. LSp-MSu 12-18″ Z4
‘Johnson’s Blue’ Vivid blue flowers. LSp-LSu 15-18″ Z4
‘Karmina’ Deep pink flowers with red foliage in fall. LSp 8-10″ Z4
‘Max Frei’ Compact-mounding plants, pink flowers. LSp-MSu 12″ Z4
‘New Hampshire Purple’ Semi-evergreen foliage turns red in the fall. Purple rose flowers. LSp-MSu 6-8″ Z3
‘Orkney Cherry’ Bronze foliage, bright pink, flowers. LSp-LSu 12-18″ Z5
‘Perfect Storm’ Small, magenta pink blossoms with a black center and veins. Low, spreading mound of grey-green foliage. LSp-MSu 12″ Z5
‘Rozanne’ 2008 PPA Plant of the Year, Violet-blue flowers with white eye. Spreads 2-3′ LSp-MFa 18-20″ Z5
sanguineum Magenta flowers. Heat tolerant, foliage turns crimson in fall. LSp-MSu 8-12″ Z3
Geum (Avens)

Z5

‘Mai Tai’ Wiry, dark stems with semi-double apricot rosy-pink rosettes. LSp-MSu 8-10″ Z5
‘Tequila Sunrise’ Low clump of glossy, light green leaves, with taller, branching burgundy-purple stems. Semi-double flowers are yellow with rose tips. LSp-ESu 30″ Z5
triflorum (Prairie Smoke) Nodding pink flowers. Native. Sp 12-15″ Z4
Gypsophila (Baby’s Breath)

Excellent for cut and dried flowers.

‘Festival Star’ Neat and compact with dense sprays of pure white flowers on shorr stems. LSp-EFa 12″ Z3
‘Pixie Splash’ Abundant tiny white flowers in airy sprays on mounding plants. Su-Fa 5″ Z4
‘Summer Sparkles’ Compact. Airy sprays of tiny white semi-double flowers. ESu-LSu 16″ Z3
Helenium (Helen’s Flower/Sneezeweed)

Z4 Attracts butterflies, good cut flower.

‘Double Trouble’ The first double, with sunny yellow petals. Su-Fa 32″
‘Fuego’ Bright red and yellow bi-color flowers. LSu 20″
‘Mardi Gras’ Yellow petals splashed with orange & red with deep brown center cones. Sturdy stems form upright clumps. LSu-Fa 36-40″
‘Red Selection’ Deep red with yellow tipped petals, yellow cone. LSu-Fa 42″
Heliopsis (False Sunflower)

Great for cutting, attracts butterflies.

‘Burning Hearts’ Giant daisy-like golden flowers with red centers. LSu 3-4′ Z3
‘Prairie Sunset’ Deep green, purple-veined leaves with golden-yellow flowers MSu-Fa Z4
‘Summer Sun’ Semi-double, 3″ bright gold flowers. MSu-LSu 36″ Z3
‘Sunstruck’ Highly variegated green and white foliage. Huge bright yellow flowers. MSu-LSu 16″ Z4
Hemerocallis (Daylily)

Bloom time: E-Early    M-Mid-Season    L-Late    R-Repeat Bloom
F-Fragrant    C-Continuous bloom    EX-Extended

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‘Bela Lugosi’ True purple flowers with a lime green throat 33″ M
‘Catherine Woodbury’ Pale lavender-pink, yellow throat. 20″ M/L F EX
‘Cherry Cheeks’ 6″ Cherry pink, gold orange throat. 28″ M
‘Chicago Apache’ 5″ Scarlet with green throat. 27″ M F
‘Earlybird Cardinal’ 4″ Rich red with gold throat. 21″ E R
‘Hyperion’ 5 ½” Lemon Yellow, antique 40″ M EX F
‘Janice Brown’ 4″ Bright pink with rose pink eyezone, green throat. 21″ E
‘Joan Senior’ Large, elegant creamy white, ruffled. 30″ M R
‘Little Grapette’ Miniature light grape-purple. 18″ M
‘Mary Todd’ 6″ Buff yellow. 32″ E RE
‘Mauna Loa’ Amber-gold blooms with a red hairline edge. 18-21″ E/M
‘Pardon Me’ 2 ¾” Red with green throat. 18″ M R
‘Passionate Returns’ Rosy red, ruffled flowers. 17″ M/L C EX
‘Purple D’Oro’ 3″ Purple with yellow throat. 16″ E R
‘Ruby Spider’ Gigantic ruby red with golden yellow throat. 34″ E
‘Ruby Stella’ 3″ Bold ruby-red. 26″ E R
‘Stella D’Oro’ 2-3″ Golden-yellow. 12-15″ E C
‘Strawberry Candy’ 2-3″ Bold coral-pink with yellow throats and cherry red centers. 24″ E/M
Trophytaker Daylilies (TT)

A patented series of daylilies known for their prolific blooms, attractive foliage & hardiness.

Happy Ever Appsters (HEA)

Bloom continuously throughout the season, Height includes flower scapes.
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‘Apricot Sparkles’ Dwarf is deep apricot with astounding diamond dusting qualities (shining particles on its petals), 15″ E C HEA
‘Aztec Priestess’ 6″ Reddish-gold with deep red eye. 26″ M R
‘Besame Mucho’ Intense watermelon pink/red flowers with a deeper red eyezone and fancy frilled ruffles. 5″ flowers. 22″ EM R TT
‘Big Time Happy’ 4-5″ Cream-yellow. 18″ E C HEA
‘Blazing Returns’ Curved, hot red petals, yellow-throat. ML C HEA
‘Bridgeton Inspiration’ Rich orange/pink flowers with a deep red eyezone and faint raspberry edge. 30″ ML TT
‘Bubblegum Pie’ 6.5″ Bright bubblegum-pink petals, yellow-to-green throat, and a pie-crust edge of bright yellow. 24″ EM TT
‘Carmen Renee’ 7″ Soft lavender-magenta with yellow throat. 36″ ML TT
‘Condilla’ 4″ Double glowing gold. 20″ E/M
‘Dynamite Returns’ 4″ Ruffled pink with lemon throat. 17″ EM C HEA
‘Happy Returns’ 3″ Canary yellow, excellent performer. 16″ E EX C HEA
‘Heavenly Angel Ice’ Unusual form. 6″ Very ruffled, creamy white with yellow throat. High bud count. 32″ M/L R
‘Hot Ember’ Wide-petaled orange/red with a creamy oragne throat, smoking hot, 6″ flowers. 28″ ML R TT
‘Kansas Kitten’ 5″ Lavender-purple with dark eye and green throat. 22″ M R TT
‘Lavender Blue Baby’ 5″ magenta with soft blue/lavender eye. 28″ EM R TT
‘Moonlit Masquerade’ 6″ Cream with burgundy. 24-26″ ML TT
‘Moses’ Fire’ 6″ Deep burnt orange frills edged in gold. 24″ EM R TT
‘P.S. I Love You’ 4.5″ flowers of soft pink with an oversized red eyezone and yellow-to-green throat. 24″ M TT
‘Red Hot Returns’ 5″ Hot cherry red with lemon throat. 24″ EM C HEA
‘Red Reverence’ 6″ Pure velvet-red with small green throat. 28″ M R TT
‘Rhythm and Hues’ 4″ Soft lavender,violet eye, curved petals. ML R TT
‘Romantic Returns’ 5″ Ruffled ruby pink, yellow throat. 24″ M C HEA
‘Rosy Returns’ 4″ Rose pink, deep eye zone, yellow throat. 14″ E C HEA
‘Royal Frosting’ 6″ Near white with green-yellow throat. 36″ EM TT
‘Scarlet Orbit’ 6″ Velvety red with chartreuse throat. 22″ E R TT
‘Siloam Cooper Chantilly’ Flesh/pink heavy double. Full and fluffy. Heavy budding makes for a long show. 23″ ML R TT
‘Siloam Double Classic’ 4″ Frilled peach-pink 16″ EM TT
‘Spirtual Corridor’ 6″ Soft lavender-pink with yellow edge. 30″ M R TT
‘Stephanie Returns’ Pink-rose red with plum eye zone, red veining and bright green throat. 14″ M C HEA
‘Sunset Returns’ 3″ Shimmering pastel yellow. 22″ M HEA
‘Tuscawilla Tigress’ 7″ bright orange/red flowers. 23-25″ M TT
‘When My Sweetheart Returns’ 5″ Cream with yellow pink throat. M C HEA
‘Winner’s Portrait’ 5″ Blend of pink, pale yellow & cream. 30″ LM E TT
‘Woodside Firedance’ 5″ Scarlet red. 25″ EM TT
‘You Are My Sunshine’ 4″ Gold with rich red eye and red edge. 27″ M R TT
Hibiscus moscheutos (Hardy Hibiscus, Rose Mallow)

Z4 Beautiful, giant tropical-like plants are hardy and easy to grow. Hibiscus typically doesn’t break dormancy until end of May. Attracts butterflies and deer resistant.

‘Jazzberry Jam’ 9″ Ruffled, deep magenta with red eye. MSu-EFa 5′
‘Luna Pink Swirl’ White with pink blush & wine center. Su-LSu 24-30″
‘Luna Red’ Huge 10″ Bright burgundy red flowers. Su-LSu 24-30″
‘Midnight Marvel’ Deep wine purple foliage with scarlet red flowers. MSu-EFa 4′
‘Perfect Storm’ Huge, 7-8″ wide, white flowers with bright red eye radiating to veins on petals edged with pink. Dark foliage. LSu-EFa 3′
‘Plum Fantasy’ Very large vibrant magenta red flowers with puckered texture. Dark green foliage. MSu-EFa 4.5-5.5′
Iberis (Candytuft)

Z3 Attracts butterflies and drought resistant.

‘Purity’ Evergreen leaves smothered in white flowers. Sp 8″
Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)

Z5 Re-blooms if cut back after flowering.

delavayi Exotic pink flowers. Part Shade. LSp 24″
Iris ensata (Japanese Iris)

Likes moisture, heavy, rich soils. Deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Variegata’ Creamy white and green variegated foliage with dark purple flowers. LSp 24-32″ Z5
Iris germanica (Bearded Iris)

Z3 Attracts hummingbirds and is deer and rabbit resistant. Good cut flower. Prefers dry soil. Beautiful, fragrant flowers.

‘Best Bet Blue’ Wisteria blue standards and clear hyacinth blue falls. Reblooms. ESu 16-18″
‘Fringe of Gold’ Deep rich golden tones radiate from the beard and hafts into a 1/4″ rim around the edges of the creamy white falls. ESu 36-40″
‘Jurassic Park’ Canary yellow, broadly ruffled standards. Blended purple falls with silver beards. LSp-ESu 36″
‘Immortality’ Ruffled, pure white with pale lemon-yellow beards. Strong sweet fragrance. Reblooming. LSp-ESu 29″
‘War Chief’ Non-fading rich ruby red tone, with bright yellow beards. Tall strong stems produce four branches with 11-13 buds. LSp-ESu 37″
Iris pallida (Sweet Iris)
‘Albo-Variegata’ Silvery white and green striped foliage with lilac blue flowers. LSp 24″ Z3
‘Argentea-Variegata’ Ivory and green striped foliage with lavender blue flowers. LSp 34″ Z3
‘Aureo-Variegata’ Bright green and creamy yellow striped foliage with pale lavender flowers. LSp 24-30″ Z4
Iris siberica (Siberian Iris)

Z4 Attracts hummingbirds. Deer & rabbit resistant. Good cut flower. Beardless flowers. Prefers moist soil, will tolerate afternoon shade. Good vertical lines for landscaping.

‘Bennerup Blue’ Vivid cobalt blue beardless flowers with white blotches. LSp-ESu 24-48″
‘Caesar’s Brother’ Intense blue flowers. Bluish green leaves. LSp-ESu 36″
Knautia (Field Scabiosa)

Z5 Attracts butterflies, deer resistant.

‘Thunder & Lightning’ Gray-green foliage with creamy white margins and magenta pincushion blooms. 12-18″
Kniphofia (Red Hot Poker)

Z5 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, deer & rabbit resistant. Good cut flower.

‘Fire Dance’ Bright red & yellow spikes atop evergreen sword-like foliage. Su 18″ Z4
‘Flamenco’ Bottlebrush spikes of firey red, orange, yellow and creamy tones. Su 30″ Z5
Laythyrus (Perennial Sweet Pea)

Attracts butterflies, good cut flower, deer resistant, groundcover.

Latifolius mix Large clusters of showy flowers (white, pink, rose and lavender-mauve) on spreading climbing vines 3-6′ long. ESu-LFa
Lavandula (True Lavender)

Z5 Requires good drainage. Deer and rabbit resistant, fragrant, cut and dried flowers.

‘Hidcote’ Deep purple flowers. MSu-EFa 12″
‘Munstead’ Lavender flowers on fragrant silvery foliage. LSp-LSu 12″
‘Phenomenal’ Fragrant mounds of silver foliage yield purple-blue flower spikes. Cold-hardy, disease resistant. 2-3′ Su-Fa
‘SuperBlue’ Grey-green foliage with rich, deep blue flower spikes appearing on short stems. LSp-LSu 10-12″
Leontopodium (Edelweiss)

Z3 Cut flowers, containers.

alpinum Silvery foliage with white flowers. Sp 12-15″
Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy)

A must for the old-fashioned garden. Well drained soil. Attracts butterflies, good cut flower, deer resistant.

‘Aglaia’ Fringed white petals with yellow centers. ESu-LSu 24-36″ Z3
‘Alaska’ Large white flowers. ESu-LSu 24″ Z3
‘Banana Cream’ Huge flowers open lemon yellow and mature to creamy white. Compact. Disease resistant. ESu-LSu 15-18″ Z5
‘Becky’ Large single white flowers. LSp-EFa 36″ Z4
‘Christine Hagemann’ Large 3″ double white flowers with creamy yellow centers. 30″ ESu-LSu Z5
‘Daisy May’ Super compact, highly floriferous with single, pure white flowers. ESu-LSu 12-24″ Z5
‘Fiona Coghill’ Double white flowers with shorter, creamy-yellow petals. ESu-LSu 28-30″ Z4
‘Lumos’ Dwarf. Strong, sturdy habit and features non-fading, yellow flowers. 12-24″ Sp-Su Z5
‘Silver Princess’ Dwarf, plants with white, single flowers with yellow centers. 12-15″ Z4
‘Snowcap’ Dwarf habit with long lasting white flowers. ESu-LSu 12″ Z5
‘Snow Lady’ Dwarf, fast-growing white single flowers with yellow-green centers. ESu-LSu 12-15″ Z5
‘Switzerland’ One of the longest bloomers. Single white with yellow center. ESu-LSu 24-36″ Z4
‘White Breeze’ Earlier blooms on strong plants. LSp-LSu 10-12″ Z3
‘’White Mountain’ Stunning white blooms with large golden centers. Su 32″ Z4
Lewisia (Bitterroot)

Z3 Drought tolerant, requires good drainage.

‘Little Plum’ Evergreen leaves with large, rose-purple flowers. Compact habit, good for rock gardens. Needs good drainage. ESu 3-6″
Liatris (Blazing Star, Gayfeather)

Z3 Attracts butterflies, deer resistant. A very popular cut flower for florists. Perfect for meadows and gardens.

‘Kobold’ Rose-lavender flowers. MSu-LFa 24″
Lilium (Oriental, LA Hybrids, and Asiatic Lilies)

Z4
Hardy, easy to grow, with spectacular flowers. Assorted heights 18-40″

Asiatic Lilies
‘Blackout’ Carmine red with black-red throats and a sprinkle of black freckles. Sleek, glossy and gorgeous, with 4-5 flowers per stem. Su 36″
‘Brunnello’ True orange Asiatic. Very showy. Su 32″
‘Buzzer’ Large, upright, rose-red blooms. Su 16-18″
‘Crimson Pixie’ Pure red star-shaped flowers Su 14-16″
‘Golden Matrix’ Sparkling yellow with good bud count Su 16″
‘Lollypop’ White star-shaped flowers with bright pink tips. Su 24-30′
‘Matrix’ Fiery red flower with orange center on long stems. Su 16-24″
‘Orange Pixie’ Star-shaped vibrant orange flowers. Early. Su 16-18′
Oriental Lilies
‘Casa Blanca’ Huge, pure white, luminous blooms, up to ten per stalk. Strongly aromatic scent. Su 36-60″
‘Dizzy’ Large, white, open-faced flowers with dark pink-red midribs and an abundance of speckles. Wonderful fragrance. 36-48″
‘Garden Party’ Fragrant, star-shaped white flowers with yellow blended to peach center stripes and speckles. Su 22-24″
‘Mona Lisa’ Fragrant, speckled, pink flowers. Su 20-22″
‘Stargazer’ Very fragrant, star-shaped pink flowers with dark stripes, white edges and spots. Su 45-48″
‘Sunny Okinawa’ Huge flowers and heavy fragrance. Beautiful, pure white flowers rise tall above glossy-green foliage. LSu 16-18″
Lupinus (Lupine)

Z4 Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies, good for cutting. Plants grow best in cooler climates.

‘Popsicle’ Series Available in blue, pink, and red. ESu 15-18″
Lysimachia (Loosestrife)

Moist soil, full sun to shade.

‘Aurea’ Low-growing, rampant, evergreen groundcover with rounded, golden-yellow leaves. Cup-shaped, bright yellow flowers. Su 4-6″
‘Golden Alexander’ Yellow flowers with yellow variegated foliage. MSu-EFa 2′ Z4
Malva (Musk Mallow)

Z5 Attracts butterflies, rabbit resistant.

‘Zebrina’ Resembles hollyhock with smaller lavender pink flowers and a bushy form. MSu-EFa 36″
Monarda (Bee-Balm)

Z4 Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds. Deer resistant and good cut flower.

‘Balmy Purple’ Large, shaggy, purple flowers. Fragrant. MSu-LSu 10-12″
‘Balmy Rose’ Rose-colored flowers. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 10-12″
‘Blue Stocking’ Unusual violet-blue flowers. Fragrant. MSu-LSu 2-3′
‘Cherry Pops’ Vibrant cherry red blossoms on shorter plant. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 20″
‘Fireball’ Bright red flowers. Mildew resistant. ESu-EFa 16-20″
‘Gardenview Scarlet’ Rose-red blooms. Mildew resistant. LSu 36″
‘Grand Marshall’ Shorter variety with large, violet-fuschia flowers. MSu-LSu 18″
‘Grand Parade’ Lavender blossoms. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 16″
‘Mahogany’ Unique maroon-purple flowers over fragrant light green foliage. Su 30-36″ Z3
‘Marshall’s Delight’ Pink Flowers. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 36″
‘Petite Delight’ Pink flowers on mildew resistant glossy foliage. MSu-LSu 15″
‘Petite Wonder’ Pink flowers, dark green foliage. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 12″
‘Pink Lace’ Medium pink flowers on dense mounds. MSu-LSu 16″
Native Plants & Grasses

Large selection of native prairie plants and wildflowers.
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Aquilegia canadensis (Red Columbine)
Allium cernuum (Nodding Wild Onion)
Arisaema triphyllum (Jack in the Pulpit)
Asarum canadense (Wild Ginger)
Asclepias incarnata (Swamp Milkweed)
Asclepias syriaca (Common Milkweed)
Aster azureus (Sky Blue Aster)
Aster divaricate (Whtie Wood Aster)
Aster ericoides (White Heath Aster)
Caltha palustris (Marsh Marigold)
Carex appalachica (Applachian Sedge)
Carex laxiculmus (Hobb Sedge)
Carex pensylvanica (Pennsylvania Sedge)
Carex stricta (Tussock Sedge)
Cheilanthes lanosa (Hairy Lipfern)
Coreospis lanceolate (Lanceleaf Tickseed)
Coreopsis palmate (Prairie Tickseed)
Dalea purpurea (Purple Prairie Clover)
Dennstaedtia punctilobula (Hay-Scented Fern)
Dodecatheon jeffreui (Shooting Star)
Dodecatheon meadia (Eastern Shooting Star)
Echinacea pallida (Pale Purple Coneflower)
Echinacea purpurea (Purple Coneflower)
Eupatorium coelestinum (Blue Mistflower)
Euphorbia corollata (Flowering Spurge)
Helenium autumnale (Sneezeweed)
Hepatica acutiloba (Liverleaf)
Heuchera richardsonii (Prairie Alumroot)
Iris cristata (Dwarf Crested Iris)
Liatris pycnostachya (Prairie Blazing Star)
Lilium michiganense (Michigan Lily)
Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal Flower)
Lobelia siphilitica (Blue Cardinal Flower)
Monarda fistulosa (Wild Bergamot)
Opuntia humifusa (Eastern Prickly Pear)
Penstemon digitalis (Foxglove Beardtongue)
Phlox divicarta (Woodland Phlox)
Phlox glaberrima (March Phlox)
Polemonium reptans (Creeping Jacob’s Ladder)
Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan)
Sanguinaria canadensis (Bloodroot)
Silene regia (Royal Catchfly)
Silphium laciniatum (Compass Plant)
Silphium terebinthinaceum (Prairie-Dock)
Smilacina racemosa (Solomon’s Plume)
Tiarella cordifolia (Foamflower)
Trillium grandiflorum (Great Whie Trillium)
Uvularia grandiflora (Bellwort)
Veronicastrum virginicum (Culver’s Root)
Viola pedata (Bird’s Foot Violet)

Nepeta (Catmint)

Z4 Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer & rabbit resistant. Very tolerant of heat and drought.

‘Blue Wonder’ Blue flower spikes on aromatic foliage. MSp-Fa 12-15″
‘Cat’s Meow’ Lavender-blue flowers on gray green foliage. ESu 20″
‘Early Bird’ Early and extended bloom time. ESp-Fa 10-12″
‘Kit Kat’ Dwarf with smaller leaves, lavender blue flowers. ESu-LSu 15″
‘Little Titch’ Deep blue blooms and silvery blue-green foliage. LSp-EFa 8-10″
‘Snowflake’ Gray-green foliage with tubular white blooms. ESu-LSu 12″
‘Walker’s Low’ Blue flowers on mounds of gray-green foliage. 2007 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. MSp-Fa 2-3′
Oenothera (Evening Primrose/Sundrops)

Z4 Drought tolerant, deer resistant.

‘Crown of Gold’ Yellow-edged green leaves topped with yellow flowers. ESu–LSu 8-10″
missouriensis (Ozark sundrops) Sunny yellow flowers on a trailing plant. ESu-LSu 12″
tetragona Yellow flowers atop reddish brown stems. Reseeds freely. ESu-LSu 20-36″
Paeonia (Peony)

Z3 Hardy and easy to grow. A bush-like plant with huge showy flowers that bloom in spring to early summer. Grows best in full sun, feed early in spring with low-nitrogen fertilizer. Transplant in fall. Use peony rings for support. Great cut flower.
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‘Bowl of Beauty’ Fuchsia petals with pale lemon centers. M-LSp 18-24″
‘Bowl of Cream’ Double pure white. MSp 18-24″
‘Inspecteur Lavergne’ Double ruby red. M-LSp 18-24″
‘Jan van Leeuwen’ Single white. MSp 24″
‘Kansas’ Huge double red with strong stems. M-LSp 18-24″
‘Karl Rosenfield’ Double crimson red flower. 28-30″
‘Lady Orchid’ Double lavender-pink. M-LSp 28-30″
‘Madame Emile Debatene’’ Double salmon-pink. M-LSp 18-24″
‘Paul M Wild’ Exhibition quality, double red. M-LSp 34″
‘Shirley Temple’ Large double white with hints of pink. M-LSp 18-24″
Paeonia (Tree Peony)

Z4 Produces a sturdy shrub-like plant with masses of huge flowers that bloom in late spring. Deer resistant, fragrant, good cut flower.
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‘Hanakisoi’ Pink semi-double blooms.
‘High Noon’ Rare golden-yellow 7.5″ blooms with a red flare at centers.
‘Houki’ Lipstick-red, semi-double blooms.
‘Kinshi’ Light yellow single blooms.
Paeonia Itoh (Intersectional Hybrid)

Z4 Crossed with a Tree Peony, producing a sturdy shrub-like plant with masses of huge flowers that bloom in late spring. Deer resistant, fragrant, good cut flower.
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‘Keiko’ Large, semi double, dark lavender pink. 24-30″
‘Misaka’ Orange when they first open, fading to 8″ peachy-yellow flowers with dark red central flares. 20-30″
‘Yankee Doodle Dandy’ Sensational, semi-double to double blooms of deep pink with cream undertones that increase as blooms age. 30-36″

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‘Yumi’ Large, double yellow flowers. 24-30″

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‘Bartzella’ Very large, bright yellow double blossoms with a slight red center stain. Pleasant, slightly spicy scent. Vigorous grower. 30-36″
Papaver orientale (Oriental Poppy)

Z3 Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. Deer and rabbit resistant, good for cutting. Most poppies go dormant after blooming.

‘Brilliant’ Orange-scarlet blooms with black eye. LSP-ESu 36″
‘Orange Scarlet’ Large cup shaped, papery, orange flowers on strong stems. LSP-ESu 30″
‘Princess Victoria Louise’ Large crepe-paper like salmon pink petals form a bowl around dark ornamental centers. MSp-LSp 24-30″
‘Royal Wedding’ Striking white flowers with black center. LSp 30″
Penstemon (Beardtongue)

Attracts hummingbirds, good for cutting and are drought tolerant.

‘Blackbeard’ Dark purple foliage with purple flower stems and light purple flowers with white flaring tubes. ESu 34″ Z4
‘Dark Towers’ Pink flowers. Bronze-red foliage. ESu-MSu 18-24″ Z3
‘Elfin Pink’ Pink blossoms on tall spikes. ESu 24″ Z4
‘Husker Red’ Purple-bronze foliage loaded with dramatic spikes of white flowers. 1996 Perennial Plant of the Year. ESu-MSu 24-36″ Z4
‘Pike’s Peak Purple’ Large concord grape-purple flowers. The plants are vigorous and have attractive glossy green foliage. ESu-MSu 18″ Z5
‘Prairie Dusk’ Rose-purple trumpet-shaped flowers in profusion on thin spikes. ESu 30″ Z4
Perovskia (Russian Sage)

Z5 Attracts hummingbirds, deer resistant, and good cut flower. Airy spikes of lavender-blue flowers top strong stems with silvery green leaves.

atriplicifolia 1995 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. MSu 48″
‘Lacey Blue’ Compact mounds of grey green foliage. Silver stems with lavender blue flowers. LSu 18″
‘Little Lace’ Compact and tidy habit with delicately cut silver foliage and bluish-purple blooms. LSu 14″
‘Little Spire’ Sought after for its shorter habit. LSu 25″
‘Longin’ Popular for its more upright habit. LSu 3-4′
Phlox paniculata (Tall Garden Phlox)

Z3/4 Must have for the old-fashioned garden. Tall bushy plants with giant fragrant flower heads. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds, good cut flower.

‘Blue Paradise’ Bluish purple blossoms with darker eye. 15-20″ ESu-LSu
‘Bright Eyes’ Pale pink with a crimson eye. Su 3′
‘Bubblegum Pink’ Medium pink with whitle flecks. Mildew resistant. ESu-EFa 18-24″
‘Coral Crème Drop’ Rosy-coral. Highlighted with white with a deep-pink eye. Mildew resistant. ESu-EFa 18-24″
‘David’ Fragrant brilliant white flowers. 2002 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. Mildew resistant. Su-Fa. 40″
‘Flame’ Series Dwarf. Disease resistant. Available in red, coral, pink, purple, white with a red eye. MSu-LSu 18-24″
‘Franz Schubert’ Sweet smelling blooms of lilac with a white eye. Green foliage is mildew resistant. MSu-EFa 26-30″
‘Grape Lollipop’ Reddish-purple blossoms with a flare of white circing their darker centers. Mildew resistant. ESu-EFa 18-24″
‘Katherine’ Lilac-blue, white eye. Mildew resistant. MSu-EFa 36-40″
‘Laura’ Purple, white center, dark eye. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 2′-3′
‘Lizzy’ Bright pink flowers with white eye. MSu-LSu 30″
‘Nicky’ Deep magenta flowers with good mildew resistance.
‘Orange Perfection’ Coral late-bloomer. MSu-LSu 30-34″
‘Shockwave’ Lavender-pink flowers on bright yellow and green foliage. Very showy, blooms later than most phlox. LSu-EFa 12-18″
‘Thai Pink Jade’ Strong, sturdy stems with perfect baby-pink blooms. Mildew resistant. MSu-LSu 30-36″
‘Wendy House’ Dark purple, non-fading blooms. MSu-EFa 18-24″
Phlox subulata (Creeping Phlox)

Z3 Only available in spring.
Moss-like foliage covered in white, pink, or purple flowers.

‘Candy Stripes’ Delightful pink and white striped flowers. LSp 4-6″
‘Emerald Blue’ Delicate lavender blue flowers. LSp 4-6″
‘Emerald Pink’ Compact, long-flowering pink. LSp 4-6″
‘Fort Hill’ Pink flowers. MSp-LSp 4-6″
‘Red Wing’ Dark pink flowers with a dark red center. MSp-LSp 4-6″
‘Scarlet Flame’ Bright pink flowers with reddish centers. MSp-LSp 4-6″
‘Violet Pinwheels’ Intense carpet of violet purple. MSp-LSp 4-6″
‘White Delight’ Large, pure white flowers. LSp 4-6″
Physostegia (False Dragonhead, Obedient Plant)

Z2

‘Miss Manners’ Pure white snapdragon-like flowers. Non-spreading habit. MSu-EFa 18-24″
‘Pink Manners’ Less aggressive than other varieites. Upright, clump forming and strong stemmed with soft pink flowers. MSu-EFa 30-36″
Platycodon grandiflorum (Balloon Flower)

Z4 Deer resistant, good cut flower.

‘Astra Double Lavender’ Double, lavender-blue flowers. Su 6-8″
‘Astra Pink’ Light pink star-shaped flowers. Foliage of green with silver on the reverse. Su 8-10″
‘Astra White’ Huge white flowers glow above the heavily branched, compact plant. Su 10-12″
‘Sentimental Blue’ Compact, with large blue flowers. MSu 6-8″
Prunella (Self Heal)

Z4 Deer resistant, good cut flower.

‘Summer Daze’ Masses of vibrant, rich pink flowers. ESu-Fa 18″
Rudbeckia (Black-eyed Susan)

Attracts butterflies, good cut flower.

‘Goldsturm’ Golden with dark brown cone. 1999 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. MSu-EFa 24″ Z4
‘Little Goldstar’ Bushy, short clump of rich green foliage covered with, starburst-shaped, 2-2.5″, golden yellow blossoms. MSu-EFa 14-16″ Z4
triloba Hundreds of small golden flowers with brown centers bloom for almost three months. Native. Su-Fa 42″ Z4
‘Viette’s Little Suzy’ Dwarf plant with bright yellow daisy-like flowers with brown centers. MSu-Fa 14″ Z4
Salvia (Meadow Sage)

Z4 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, deer and rabbit resistant, good cut flowers. Branching, clump forming foliage with densely flower-coated spikes.

‘Blue Marvel’ Bushy clump of grey-green leaves, with large, upright bright blue flower spikes. LSp-Fa 10-12″
‘Caradonna’ Violet spikes with glowing purple stems. ESu 18″
‘East Friesland’ Violet flowers. ESu 15″
‘May Night’ Deep purple. Long bloom time. Compact. 1997 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. ESu-MSu 18″
‘Rhapsody in Blue’ Purple-blue blooms. ESu-LSu 24″
‘Royal Crimson Distinction’ Tall, stately spikes of crimson-pink. ESu-MSu 18-24″
‘Wesuwe’ Vibrant purple spikes on gray-green foliage. ESu-MSu 12-18″
‘Windwalker Royal Red’ Tall wands of cherry red flowers. Su-Fa 4′
Saxifraga (Rock Foil)

Z5 Likes afternoon shade.

‘Flower Carpet’ Low mossy foliage with pink-purple flowers. ESp 4″
Scabiosa (Pin Cushion Flower)

Z4 Attracts butterflies, good cut flower. A profusion of pincushion-like flowers top wiry stems. Blooms late spring to late summer.

‘Butterfly Blue’ Lavender-blue flowers. 2000 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. Compact habit. LSp-LSu 12-18″
‘Pink Mist’ Soft pink flowers all summer. LSp-LSu 12-18″
Sedum (Stonecrop)

Drought tolerant, attracts butterflies, rabbit resistant.

‘Angelina’ Succulent, gold-yellow evergreen leaves. Red tones in cooler weather. Cascading groundcover. ESu-LSu 6-18″ Z3
‘Autumn Charm’ Grey-green leaves have butter-yellow serrated edges. Upright. Cream buds open to light pink flowers. LSu-MFa Z3 14-18″
‘Autumn Delight’ Chartreuse-yellow leaves, narrow, blue-green, serrated margin. Bright pink flowers mature to reddish-rust. LSu-MFa 18-24″ Z3
‘Autumn Fire’ Improved Autumn Joy with tighter growth habit, more brightly colored flower heads. Does not flop. LSu-MFa 24-30″ Z3
‘Autumn Joy’ Bronze-pink flowers. LSu 15″ Z4
‘Brilliant’ Gray-green leaves with rose flowers. LSu 18″ Z3
‘Bronze Carpet’ Bronze foliage, pink flowers. Su 4″ Z3
‘Carl’ Large clusters of brilliant magenta-pink flowers. LSu-MFa 18″ Z3
‘Cherry Tart’ Cherry red groundcover, dark pink flowers. LSu 5-6″ Z3
‘Dazzleberry’ Ultra-colorful groundcover. Smoky-blue spreading foliage is covered by reaspberry-red flowerheads. LSu-Fa 8″ Z4
‘Dragon’s Blood’ Evergreen bronze foliage with red flowers. Su 6″ Z3
‘Firecracker’ Burgundy red foliage with vibrant pink flowers. LSu 6″ Z4
‘Fulda Glow’ Rose-red flowers appear on short stalks above bronze-red foliage. LSu 4″ Z3
kamtschaticum Rich green leaves, yellow flowers. Su 4-5″ Z3
‘Lidakense’ Low blue-gray foliage, starry pink flowers. LSu 4-6″
‘Lime Zinger’ Suculent apple green leaves edged in cherry red. Large clusers of soft pink flowers appear late. LSu-EFa 4-6″ Z4
‘Maestro’ Rosy-pink flowers on blue-green foliage. LSu 36″ Z3
‘Matrona’ Sturdy, upright with gray-green leaves infused with rosy pink and purple stems. Mauve-pink flowers. LSu 18-24″
‘Neon’ Deep rose-pink with thicker flower clusters. LSu 18″ Z3
‘Red Carpet’ Bronze-red foliage with rose-pink flowers. ESu-LSu 3-6″ Z3
‘Rosy Glow’ Low-growing with blue-green foliage and ruby-red flowers. Prized for its brightly colored blossoms, ease of culture. LSu 8″ Z3
sieboldii (‘October Daphne’) Low, spreading, blue-green leaves with narrow pink margins. Small clusters of bright pink flowers. EFa 6-10″ Z3
‘Thundercloud’ Upright billowy clouds of white to soft pink flowers. Mounding gray-green leaves with textured edges. LSu 8-10″ Z4
‘Voodoo’ Dark mahogany foliage with red flowers. ESu 6″ Z3
Sempervivum (Hen and Chicks)

Z3 Deer & rabbit resistant, drought tolerant.

‘Pacific Blue Ice’ Silvery-blue leaves with pink glow at center. 3″
‘Purple Beauty’ Deep purple tips and green centers. 3-4″
‘Rocknoll Rosette’ Coppery-red with light green center. 3″
‘Ruby Heart’ Ruby centers with green tips. 3″
Sidalcea (Prairie Mallow)

Resembles miniature hollyhock flowers. Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, good cut flower.

‘Candy Girl’ Dark-rose flowers on long flower spikes. MSu-LSu 24″ Z5
‘Little Princess’ Soft pink flowers on a compact plant. MSu-LSu 15″ Z4
Silene (Campion/Catchfly)
‘Rolly’s Favorite’ Floriferous, pink bloom with white center. Will tolerate part shade. LSp-LSu 15″ Z3
‘Streaker’ Yellow/chartreuse streaks highlight green foliage. Hot pink blooms. LSp-ESu 14″ Z5
Sisyrinchium (Blue-Eyed Grass)
‘Lucerne’ Loads of one inch, deep blue flowers. Long-blooming. Great, grassy foliage all season. Great for edging. LSP-ESu 10-12″
Solidago (Goldenrod)

Z4 Attracts butterflies.

‘Crown of Rays’ Distinctive, rays of bright gold flowers. Su-Fa 18-24″
‘Fireworks’ Long arching spires of brilliant yellow flowers. LSu-EFa 3′
‘Little Lemon’ Compact form of goldenrod with lemon yellow panicles and finely textured foliage. LSu-EFa 8-10″
Stachys (Lamb’s Ear)

Deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Helene Von Stein’ (Big Ears) Large, woolly silver leaves. 12-15″ Z5
‘Silver Carpet’ Intense shade of silver. Non-flowering variety. 12-15″ Z4
Stachys officinalis (Betony)

Z4 Deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Hummelo’ Superb plant with puckered green foliage & many strong short stems of purple-pink flowers. Compact & tidy. ESu-MSu 16″
‘Pink Cotton Candy’ Large pink flowers arise on strong stems for an extended period. ESu-MSu 12-18″
Stokesia

Z5 Drought tolerant.

‘Mary Gregory’ Light yellow flowers. Su-Fa 12-18″
Tanacetum (Painted Daisy)

Z5 Rabbit resistant.

‘Robinson’s Red’ Deep red daisies with yellow eyes. Foliage is bright green and ferny. ESu 36″
Veronica (Speedwell)

Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, deer resistant, taller varieties make good cut flower.

‘Crater Lake Blue’ Gentian-blue flowers. ESu-MSu 15-18″ Z5
‘Charlotte’ Dense white flowers with narrow green foliage with a white edge. Su 28″ Z4
‘Eveline’ Deep magenta-purple flowers. ESu-MSu 18-21″ Z4
‘Giles van Hees’ Dwarf with light pink flower spikes. MSu-LSu 6″ Z4
‘Goodness Grows’ Violet blue flower spikes. ESu-LSu 8-12″ Z4
‘Pink Eveline’ Compact with pale pink blooms. MSu-EFa 16-20″ Z4
‘Purpleiscious’ Purple spikes. ESu-MSu 20″ Z4
‘Red Fox’ Shorter growing with deep rose flowers. ESu-LSu 12-15″ Z4
‘Royal Candles’ Abundant violet-blue flowers. ESu-LSu 15-18″ Z4
‘Sweet Lullaby’ Petite with baby pink flowers. MSu-LSu 6″ Z4
‘Waterperry Blue’ Nice spreaderwith small sky blue blooms. ESu-MSu 4-6″ Z4
Veronicastrum (Culver’s Root)

Z3 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds, deer resistant.

‘Apollo’ Long spikes of tiny lilac blue flowers. ESu-LSu 40″
‘Fascination’ Whorled leaves with lilac-rose flower spikes. ESu-LSu 40″

SHADE PERENNIALS

Shade perennials are best used in areas where there is morning sun or a lot of indirect sunlight.

Aconitum (Monkshood, Turk’s Cap)

Z4 Part shade, deer & rabbit resistant. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

fischeri Lavender-blue flowers on sturdy stems. LSu-EFa 18-24″
napellus Violet-blue flowers on upright spikes. MSu-LSu 36″
Aegopodium (Snow On The Mountain, Bishop’s Weed)

Z3

variegatum Green and white variegated leaves with white flowers. Vigorous groundcover. ESu 6″
Ajuga (Bugle Weed)
‘Black Scallop’ Smaller scale groundcover with glossy near-black scalloped leaves and violet blue flower spikes.
MSp-LSp 3-6″ Z4
‘Burgundy Glow’ Mixture of white, cream, and green foliage enhanced with burgundy-red tints. Perky blue flower spikes.
LSp-ESu 3″ Z3
Alchemilla (Lady’s Mantle)

Z3 Attracts butterflies, deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Thriller’ Gray-green foliage, chartreuse flowers. LSp-ESu 24″
Anemone (Windflower)

Part sun to part shade, deer & rabbit resistant.
Branching plants with slightly cupped flowers on wiry stems above deeply divided green leaves. Perfect for background plantings in the perennial border.

‘Honorine Jobert’ Prolific, white single blooms. LSu-EFa 36-42″ Z4
‘Robustissima’ Pink flowers. Vigorous grower. LSu-EFa 30″ Z3
‘Pamina’ Semi-double lavender rose flowers. LSu-EFa 30-34″ Z3
‘September Charm’ Large single pink blooms. LSu-EFa 30″ Z5
sylvestris Spring blooming, fragrant, white flowers. Sp 18″ Z4
Aquilegia (Columbine)

Z3 Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies. Deer resistant, good cut flower. Old-fashioned favorite with unique, showy flowers and airy, gray-green foliage. Blooms in late spring to early summer. Best in moist shade.

‘Songbird Bunting’ Blue sepals, white petals. 2′
‘Songbird Cardinal’ Red sepals, pink petals. 2′
‘Songbird Dove’ Lovely solid cream flowers. 2′
‘Songbird Robin’ Soft pink sepals with white petals. Re-blooms. 2′
‘Swan Violet & White’ Huge violet-purple outer petals with pure white center. 24-30″
Aruncus (Goatsbeard)

Z3 Deer resistant, Good cut flower.

dioicus Large white plumes, resembles a giant Astilbe. Su 5-6′
‘Noble Spirits’ Miniature variety with white plumes. Su 12″
Astilbe (False Spirea)

Z4 These elegant summer-flowering plants are perfect for consistently moist soils. Their airy plumes and fern-like foliage are a great addition to the garden. Deer & rabbit resistant.
E=June,     M=July,     L=August     F=Fragrant

ar. ‘Bridal Veil’ Pure white, long thick plumes. M 32″
ar. ‘Burgundy Red’ Fuschia red. E 24″
ar. ‘Fanal’ Deep red. Spring foliage is mahogany. E-M 24″
ar. ‘Red Sentinel’ Scarlet red with glossy dark green foliage. E-M 24-30″
ch. ‘Little Vision in Pink’ Dwarf form of Vision in Pink, compact rich dark green foliage, very floriferous with thick sturdy stems and upright pink plumes. More sun tolerant. M-L 20″
ch. ‘Visions’ Raspberry pink, sweetly fragrant. M-L 16″
ch. ‘Visions in Pink’ Pale Pink. M-L 18″
ch. ‘Visions in Red’ Spectacular purplish-red plumes with sturdy bronze-green foliage. M-L 15-18″
ch. ‘Visions in White’ Large, creamy white plumes above glossy, green foliage. M 24″
ch. ‘Vision Inferno’ Large, dense pink white plumes that fade nicely to apple gree. M 30″
j. ‘Montgomery’ Full dark-red plumes. E-M 24″
j. ‘Deustchland’ Pure white, open, lacy panicle, deep green foliage. E 30″
j. ‘Peach Blossom’ Light salmon-pink flowers. E 24″
‘Rheinland’ Clear pink flowers above feathery foliage. E 24″
‘Rise and Shine’ Large 8″ long, hot pink, pyramidal plumes. M 27″
s. ‘Sprite’ Pink flowers in drooping panicles, glossy deep green foliage. Dwarf plant. 12-15″ M-L
‘Younique Carmine’ Fuchsia-red, plumes on compact plant. E-M F 16-20″
‘Younique Cerise’ Cerise plumes on compact plant. E-M F16-20″
Astrantia (Masterwort)

Z4 Attracts butterflies.

‘Abbey Road’ Violet-red and white pincushion flowers float on strong dark stems. ESu-MSu 28-32″
‘Roma’ Silvery soft pink pin cushion flowers with greenish pink bracts. ESu-MSu 24-28″
‘Vanilla Gorilla’ Broad, creamy white margin on lobed, blue-green and silvery foliage. Silvery-pink pincushion flowers. ESu-MSu 16-24″ Z4
Bergenia (Pig Squeak)

Z3

cordifolia Rose-pink flowers on glossy green, leathery foliage. Sp 15″ Z4
Brunnera (False Forget-Me-Not Alkanet)

Z4 Deer resistant.

‘Emerald Mist’ Heart-shaped green leaves with a wide banding of silver. Sprays of bright blue flowers. More sun tolerant. MSp-LSp 12-16″
‘Jack Frost’ Frosty silver leaves with dark green veins & margins. Small blue flowers. 2012 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year MSp-LSp 15″
‘Silver Wings’ Large, heart-shaped, medium-green leaves that are intricately marbled with a silver filigree pattern. LSp-ESu 12-15″
‘Variegata’ Large, heart-shaped leaves with irregular, creamy white leaf margins. Baby blue, forget-me-not like flowers. MSp-LSp 12-15″
Chelone (Turtlehead)

Z5 Thrives in moist shade, attracts butterflies, is deer resistant, and a good cut flower.

‘Hot Lips’ Spikes of rosy-pink flowers shaped like a turtle’s head with its mouth open. Long-blooming. LSu-EFa 36-40″
‘Tiny Tortuga’ Dwarf turtlehead with dark pink blooms with dark foliage. LSu-Fa 12-15″
Cimicifuga (Bugbane, Black Snakeroot)

Attracts butterflies, deer & rabbit resistant. Good cut flower.

‘Hillside Black Beauty’ Darkest purple, almost black, deeply cut dramatic foliage. MSu-LSu 4-6′ Z4
‘White Pearl’ Small, numerous, creamy white, strongly fragrant flowers. LSu-EFa 3-4′ Z5
Convallaria (Lily-of-the-Valley)

Z2 Deer resistant, good cut flower, fragrant.

majalis Fragrant white nodding bells. Groundcover. MSp-LSp 6″
m. ‘Rosea’ Pale pink variety. MSp-LSp 6″
Dicentra formosa (Fern-leaf Bleeding Heart)

Z3 Fringed leaves with heart shaped flowers. Long bloom time. Does not go dormant in summer.

‘Burning Hearts’ Deep rose-red flowers above silver leaves. LSp-LSu 12″
‘Candy Hearts’ Bright, rosy-pink flowers, blue-gray foliage. Sp-LSu 12″
‘Luxuriant’ Cerise-pink blooms. Green foliage turns gray. LSp-Su 12-15″
Dicentra spectabilis (Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart)

Z3 Summer dormancy. Old-time favorite with heart-shaped flowers. Cut back for rebloom. Attracts hummingbirds, deer resistant, and fragrant.

spectabilis Deep pink flowers. MSp-ESu 24″ Z4
s. ‘Alba’ White flowers. MSp-ESu 24″ Z4
s. ‘Gold Heart’ Rose pink flowers on bright yellow foliage. Protect from direct sun. LSp 23-35″
s. ‘Valentine’ True red flowers on dense clumps of attractive plum-green foliage. MSp 24-30″
Digitalis (Foxglove)

Z4 Old-fashioned garden flower with long spikes of bell shaped flowers. Likes part sun to part shade. Attracts hummingbirds, deer & rabbit resistant, and a good cut flower.

‘Camelot Lavender’ Large, lavender flowers with burgundy spots. Blooms 1st year with heavy 2nd year blooming. ESu 42-48″
‘Camelot Rose’ Large, deep rose-pink flowers with burgundy spotting. Biennial that blooms in the first year. ESu 3-4′
‘Dalmation Peach’ Large, peach flowers with red spots. Blooms 1st year with heavier 2nd year blooming. ESu 20″
‘Dalmation Lavender’ Large, lavender flowers with maroon spots. Blooms 1st year with heavier 2nd year blooming. ESu 20″
‘Dalmation White’ Large, white flowers with maroon purple spotting. Biennial that blooms in the first year. ESu 20″
Epimedium (Barrenwort)

Z4 Perfect groundcover for dry shade. Drought resistant, deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Lilafee’ Lavender flowers, heart-shaped leaves. Sp 10-12″
rubrum Bronze-green, heart-shaped leaves, red flowers. MSp 12″
Ferns (Hardy)

Rabbit resistant, good for cutting.

Adiantum pedantum (Maidenhair Fern) Fine textured, chartreuse leaflets with bronze overtones. Dappled, high shade. 12-14″ Z4
Athyrium filix-femina ‘Lady in Red’ (Lady in Red Fern) Green fronds with burgundy-red stems. Mixes nicely with purple leaf Heuchera. 30″ Z4
Athyrium nipponicum ‘Pictum’ (Japanese Painted Fern) Blue and green silvery high contrast foliage. 2004 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. 12-20″ Z4
Athyrium nipponicum pictum ‘Burgundy Lace’ (Burgundy Lace Painted Fern) Silvery fronds with dramatic burgundy-purple overtone. 2-3′ Z5
Athyrium x. ‘Ghost’ (Ghost Painted Fern) Clump-forming, upright, large fern with ghostly silver-gray fronds, purple stems. 18-24″ Z4
Dryopteris erythrosora ‘Brilliance’ (Autumn Fern) Colorful, more brilliant. Lustrous orange fronds are evergreen. 18-24″ Z5
Dryopteris filix-mas (Robusta Male Fern) Graceful arching fronds with wavy margins. Shaggy fiddleheads in spring. 36″ Z4
Dryopteris marginalis (Leatherwood Fern) Dark green, leathery evergreen upright fronds. Very hardy. 18-24″ Z3
Matteuccia struthiopteris (Ostrich Fern) Tall stately, arching fronds. Nice golden fall color. 3-5′ Z3
Osmunda cinnamomea (Cinnamon Fern) Dramatic form. Blue-green fronds turn to cinnamon brown. Shade-part shade. Acid soil. 48″ Z4
Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas Fern) Dark green, leathery fronds unfurl from silvery-gray fiddleheads. Evergreen. 18-24″ Z3
Polystichum polyblepharum (Tassel Fern) Lustrous shiny leaves. New fronds emerge stiffly then droop backwards to form a tassel. 24″ Z5
Galium (Sweet Woodruff)
odoratum White flowering groundcover. Part shade. May-June. 6″
Helleborus (Lenten Rose)

Z4 Beautiful cup-shaped flowers with evergreen, decorative foliage. Likes moist soil. Early color, blooms Feb-April. 2005 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year

‘Ballerina Ruffles’ Double-petaled pink with purple speckles. 22″
‘Gold Fever’ Brilliant golden yellow petals with contrasting orange centers. 18-22″
‘Ice Follies’ Large 3″, cream to light yellow flowers are heavily splashed with strawberry to burgundy red flecks. 18-22″
‘Mango Magic’ Very unique apricot bloom. Very often the flower is spotted with deeper shades. 18″
‘Peppermint Ruffles’ Fully double, large 3” blossoms are blend of white and deep magenta pink tones with creamy yellow stamens. 18-22″
‘Pink Fizz’ Very large 3″+ pink and white striped blooms. 22″ Z4
‘Showtime Ruffles’ Unique pink-mauve tone overlayed with deep maroon speckles. 18-22″
‘Snowbird’ Big 3″ pristine white flowers with contrasting dark red centers. 18-22″
‘Wedding Ruffles’ Double, pure white 3″ blooms. 22″
Heuchera (Coral Bells)

Z4 Attracts butterflies & hummingbirds. Deer resistant and a good cut flower.

‘Autumn Bride’ Very large, light green leaves, white flowers. LSu-Fa 12″
‘Autumn Leaves’ New leaves of bright red in spring, taupe in summer, deep ruby red for fall. Creamy white flowers. ESu-LSu 8-14″
‘Beaujolais’ Incredibly vigorous, larger variety with 5″ burgundy leaves & touch of silvering with dark purple veins. Cream flowers. MSu 12″
‘Berry Smoothie’ Big, bold, rose-pink shades all season. Heat and cold tolerant. MSu 18″
‘Berry Timeless’ Lightly silvered, mint green foliage. Light pink flowers. LSp-Su 6″
‘Blackout’ Dramatic edging plant with jet black glossy leaves & cream flowers. LSp-ESu 12″
‘Caramel’ Vigorous new selection with glowing yellow-orange leaves. Cream flowers. ESu-MSu 6″
‘Carnival Limeade’ Ruffled leaves are lime green with a silver overlay. Small white flower sprays. ESu-MSu 10-12″
‘Carnival Rose Granita’ Crinkled lobed silver leaves with tinges of rose and scarlet undersides. ESu-MSu 15″
‘Carnival Peach Parfait’ Slightly ruffled peachy foliage touched by deep orange veining and silver highlights. ESu-MSu 10-12″
‘Champagne’ Medium-sized leaves change from peach to gold to champagne-gold over the season with a white veil overlay. MSu 10-12″
‘Cherry Cola’ Reddish-brown leaves with cherry red flowers. MSu 8″
‘Citronelle’ Citron yellow, with frosted undersides. Chartreuse in heavier shade. Cream flowers. MSu 12-14″
‘Color Dream’ Purple with silver sheen, develops red edge. MSu 12″
‘Crimson Curls’ Deep purple, bronze, curly foliage. MSu 9-12″
‘Delta Dawn’ Brick red foliage scalloped with chartreuse green margins. Prominent red veining in summer. White folwers. ESu 12″
‘Fire Alarm’ Intense red foliage in spring/fall. Pink flowers, red stems. 10″
‘Fire Chief’ Wine-red foliage with pink and white flowers. 9-18″
‘Forever Purple’ Ultra-purple glossy leaves with fluted edges. Short spikes of purple-pink flowers. Su 12″
‘Georgia Peach’ Huge leaves in peach-orange tones with whitish overlay, turns rose-purple in fall. 12-14″
‘Green Spice’ Green leaves with a silvery overlay, dark green edges and red vein. Cream flowers. LSp-MSu 9″
‘Grape Expectations’ Grape purple colored foliage with silver cast. Creamy white flowers. ESu-MSu 10″
‘Hercules’ Heavily marbled green & cream leaves. Strong grower, forms a sizable mound. Scarlet red flowers. ESu-MSu 10-15″
‘Mahogany’ Large ruffled and shiny leaves begin deep purple in spring, aging to mahogany red during summer. LSp-MSu 8-14″
‘Midnight Rose’ Burnished, black leaves spotted with hot pink dots. Insignificant flowers. MSu 10″
‘Obsidian’ Glossy, purplish-black leaves with shiny deep purple undersides and contrasting cream flowers. LSp-MSu 10″
‘Palace Purple’ Mahogany foliage with white flowers. 1991 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. MSu 6-8″
‘Paris’ Silvery leaves, highlighted with dark green veins. MSu 9″
‘Plum Pudding’ Shiny dark burgundy foliage with white flowers. LSp-MSu 10″
‘Rio’ Multi-colored foliage changes throughout the season from peachy-amber to yellow gold. White flowers. Su 12″
‘Ruby Bells’ Large, intense, blood-red flowers above a compact mound of green foliage. LSp-MSu 20″
‘Southern Comfort’ Big, bold copper leaves with darker underside. Heat loving. Near white blooms. MSu-EFa 8-10″
‘Stainless Steel’ Metallic, silver-green leaves with deep purple veins. Heat & humidity tolerant. White flowers. MSu 8-12″
‘Stormy Seas’ Deep purple with splashes of silver, pewter and gray. White blooms. ESu 12-18″
‘Tiramisu’ Young foliage is yellow with red veins. Center of leaf, matures to chartreuse with light silver overlay. Cream flowers. MSu 8-10″
Heucherella (Foamy Bells)

Z4 Good cut flower. Great for groundcover, containers, winter interest.

‘Cracked Ice’ Blue and green tones are punctuated with icy-silver veining. In cooler seasons, silvery pink overlay on leaves. White flower. Su 10″
‘Golden Zebra’ Bold bright yellow foliage marked with dark red centers. White flowers. E Su 8″
‘Honey Rose’ Pink colored, intricately patterned, deeply veined leaves. White flowers. Su 8″
‘Leapfrog’ Bright chartreuse yellow with a prominent broken pattern of burgundy pigment in the center of each leaf. White flowers. LSp 12″
‘Pink Fizz’ Large, deeply lobed leaves are lightly silvered with prominent purple veins. Pink flowers. Su 8″
‘Red Stone Falls’ Coppery red foliage with burgundy veins. White flowers. Reds and oranges in fall. S 10″
‘Solar Eclipse’ Burgundy-brown scalloped foliage with lime green edges. White flowers. Su 20″
‘Solar Power’ Sunny yellow leaves with rounded lobes have red streaks radiating from the centers. White flower. Su 12″
‘Stoplight’ Radiant yellow leaves with large red blotches in the center which feathers out through the veins. White flowers. LSP-ESu 12″
‘Sweet Tea’ Apricot orange with burgundy center blotch, darkens to copper-orange-cinnamon tones in summer. Small white flowers. Forms a full robust clump. LSp 20″
Hosta

Easy to grow, hardy perennials. Hostas can be spectacular when planted as specimens or great planted in masses.

Size:  D-dwarf less that 10″    S-small 10-15″    M-medium 16-24″
    L-large over 24″

ST-Sun tolerant    SL-Slug resistant

FlowersF-Fragrant    P-Purple    LA-Lavender    W-White
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Blue:
‘Abiqua Drinking Gourd’ Large blue-green leaves are cupped. Interesting seer sucker texture. 2014 Hosta of the Year. L SL W
‘Big Daddy’ Chalky-blue, rounded, cupped and puckered leaves. L SL W
‘Blue Angel’ Huge 12″ x 16″ corrugated, thick leaves. L SL W
‘Blue Ivory’ Powder blue leaves and large white margins. M LA
‘Blue Mouse Ears’ Bluish-green, nearly round thick leaves. 2008 Hosta of the Year. D SL P
‘Elegans’ Large textured blue-gray. L W SL
‘Eola Sapphire’ Seersuckered metallic blue-green leaves. L LA SL
‘Halcyon’ Heart-shaped, smooth, thick, gray-blue leaves. M ST SL LA
‘Krossa Regal’ Large frosty blue-green leaves. L LA
‘Love Pat’ Intense blue textured leaves. M LA
Green:
‘Empress Wu’ One of the largest hostas in the world growing to 4′ with leaves that are 18″ wide. L LA
‘Minuteman’ Dark green with pure white margin. M ST LA
‘Royal Standard’ Solid rich green. Fragrant, lily-white flowers. L ST F W
Gold/Chartreuse:
‘Appletini’ Bright yellow in spring, changing to apple green in summer. Wavy, smooth textured leaves. D LA
‘August Moon’ Golden/yellow, crinkled. M ST SL LA
‘Coast to Coast’ Thick, puckered, gold leaves with wavy edges. L LA
‘Curly Fries’ Arching mound of wiggly narrow gold leaves. 2016 Hosta of the Year. D ST LA
‘Dancing Queen’ Large leaves with pie-crust edges emerge gold, turn lighter as season goes on. M LA
‘Designer Genes’ Brilliant gold in spring, contrasting nicely with the bright, rhubarb red petioles. S LA
‘Golden Prayers’ Textured golden yellow foliage retains its color even in shade. S LA
‘Sum and Substance’ Huge chartreuse-green leaves. 2004 Hosta of the Year. L ST SL LA
Gold Margin:
‘Christmas Tree’ Deep green corrugated leaves with cream margin. M LA
f. ‘Aureomarginata’ Large dark green leaves with yellow margin. L ST P
‘First Frost’ Blue centers with golden margins that age to white. 2010 Hosta of the Year. M SL LA
s. ‘Frances Williams’ Heavy corrugated leaves, yellow margin. M SL W
‘Golden Tiara’ Small, heart shaped, green leaves with gold margins. P M
‘Liberty’ V-shaped habit. Blue-green leaves with wide yellow margins. 2012 Hosta of the Year. L SL LA
‘Praying Hands’ Upright intensely folded and rippled dark green narrow leaves with yellow margins. 2011 Hosta of the Year. M LA
‘Victory’ Shiny green leaves with yellow margins form a broad mound. 2015 Hosta of the Year L SL LA
Gold/Cream Center:
‘Brother Stefan’ Heart shaped corrugated leaves with bright yellow center and two-tone green margins. 2017 Hosta of the Year. M W
‘Cherry Berry’ Long, thin leaves are lime-green streaked with white. S P
‘Fantasy Island’ Lightly wavy, creamy white with an irregular light to dark green. S LA
‘Fire and Ice’ Bright pure white center with sharply contrasting dark green margin. S SL LA
‘Gold Standard’ Golden ribbed leaves with blue-green edge. L ST LA
‘Great Expectations’ Puckered wide leaves with irregular blue and light green margins surrounding creamy yellow centers. M S SL W
‘Guacamole’ Large, shiny, green with gold center. 2002 Hosta of the Year. L ST F LA
‘Hideout’ White center with narrow green margin. Lance shaped and wavy. D LA
‘Island Breeze’ Bright yellow leaves with dark green margins on red petioles. S LA
‘June’ Lime green center turns cream-yellow. Blue-green edge. 2001 Hosta of the Year. S SL LA
‘Lakeside Paisley Print’ Heart-shaped dark green leaves with narrow creamy white markings jetting from the center. D LA
‘Night Before Christmas’ White center edged with dark green border L LA
‘Old Glory’ Heart-shaped with golden yellow centers and uneven dark green margins. Deep veins and wavy margins. M ST LA
‘Orange Marmalade’ Dark green margins encircle golden centers. M
‘Paradigm’ Heavily textured gold leaves, with irregular green margins. 2007 Hosta of the Year. L SL LA
‘Paul’s Glory’ Bright gold with wide irregular, blue-green edge. 1999 Hosta of the Year. S LA
‘Rainbow’s End’ Variegated, shiny foliage. Bright yellow leaves have dark green margins that jet into the center, M LA
‘Rainforest Sunrise’ Flourescent, golden centers surrounded by very dark green margins. Rounded, puckered, petite leaves. 2013 Hosta of the Year.
‘Raspberry Sundae’ Creamy yellow leaves with irregular green margins. Raspberry red flower stalks and buds. D LA
‘Stained Glass’ Huge, brilliant gold leaves with dark green margins. 2006 Hosta of the Year. M ST SL F LA
‘Striptease’ Dark green margins, gold centers lined in white. 2005 Hosta of the Year. L LA
White/Cream Margin:
‘Albo Marginata’ Green with white edge M ST LA
‘Blue Ivory’ Blue centers and creamy white margins. M SL LA
‘Earth Angel’ Large, thick, heart-shaped blue-green leaves with a creamy 1″ margin. 2009 Hosta of the Year. L SL LA
‘Fragrant Bouquet’ Pale green center with creamy margin. 1998 Hosta of the Year. M F LA
‘Francee’ Dark green with white edges. M ST LA
‘Frosted Mouse Ears’ Bluish green with creamy white margins. Nearly round thick leaves. D SL P
‘Frosty Ribbons’ Lush green and creamy white variegated foliage that nearly shimmers in the shade. M LA
‘Hush Puppy’ Small twisted dark green leaves with wide cream edge. D LA
‘Minuteman’ Dark green center, white margins. L ST LA
‘Olive Bailey Langdon’ Blue centers with wide gold margins. L SL W
‘Patriot’ Deep green open center, wide white edge. 1997 Hosta of the Year. M ST LA
‘Paul Revere’ Wide dark green margins, cream white centers. M ST SL LA
‘Regal Splendor’ Dark green with wide yellow-cream edge. 2003 Hosta of the Year. L P
‘Sagae’ Vase-shaped. Frosty blue-green with creamy white margins. L W
‘So Sweet’ Glossy green with white margin. 1996 Hosta of the Year. M ST F W
‘Whee!’ Elongated, ruffled, green leaves edged with white border. M LA
‘Wide Brim’ Green center, wide creamy irregular margin. M SL LA
Houttuynia (Chameleon plant)

Z5 Vigorous groundcover for moist shady areas. Deer & rabbit resistant.

cordata Multi-color heart-shaped leaves, contrast nicely with white flowers. Mid-summer. Best foliage color with some sun. 15″
Lamiastrum (Golden Dead Nettle)

Z4 Shade groundcover.

g. ‘Herman’s Pride’ Dapples of silver on dark green foliage. Yellow flowers in spring. Clump-forming. 8-12″
Lamium (Spotted Dead Nettle)

Z3 Great shade groundcover. Deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Anne Greenway’ Blend of chartreuse, silver, green & mint foliage with mauve flowers. LSp-ESu 6-8″
‘Beacon Silver’ Silvery leaves, lavender blooms. ESp-Su 4-8″
‘Ghost’ Lilac pink flowers above silver leaves with slight green margins. MSp-ESu 6-12″
‘Orchid Frost’ Silvery-white leaves with blue-green margins and large orchid pink flowers. MSp-ESu 4-6″
‘Pink Pewter’ Soft salmon-pink flowers on frosted foliage. MSp-ESu 6-8″
‘Purple Dragon’ Larger spikes of rich purple flowers & silvery foliage. MSp-ESu 4-8″
‘Red Nancy’ Silvery-white leaves with green margins & clusters of small rose-red flowers. ESu 8-12″
‘Shell Pink’ Green and white foliage, pink flowers. MSp-ESu 12″
‘White Nancy’ White flowers, silvery green foliage. MSp-ESu 8″
Ligularia (Golden Ray)

Z4 Great for moist shady areas. Attracts butterflies and deer resistant.

d. ‘Brit Marie Crawford’ Deep chocolate-maroon leaf tops, dark purple undersides. Orange-yellow flowers. LSu 40″
‘King Kong’ Very large, glossy, black-purple leaves are thick and leathery. Golden orange, daisy-like flowers. MSu 36-42″
d. ‘Othello’ Dark purple leaves, orange daisy flowers. MSu 3-4′
s. ‘Bottle Rocket’ Mustard yellow flowers on chocolate stems. MSu 34″
s. ‘Little Rocket’ Dwarf variety of the Rocket. ESu 20″
s. ‘The Rocket’ Long, bottlebrush spikes of yellow flowers up to 2′ above triangular leaves with coarsely toothed edges. Esu-MSu 4-5′
Lirope (Lilyturf)

Z5 Deer & rabbit resistant, drought tolerant.

‘Silvery Sunproof’ Clumping green and white grass-like foliage with lilac flowers. Full sun to full shade. Drought tolerant. MSu-Fa 10-15″ Z5
Lobelia (Cardinal Flower)

Z3 Attracts hummingbirds & butterflies, deer and rabbit resistant.

‘Black Truffle’ Green lobelia with red flower spikes. LSu-MFa 3′
‘Fried Green Tomatoes’ Green lobelia with red flower spikes. LSu-MFa 3′
‘Great Blue’ Dense spikes of bright blue, tubular flowers. LSu-Fa 18-20″
‘Queen Victoria’ Maroon foliage, red flowers. LSu-MFa 3′
Mertensia (Virginia Bluebells)

Z3 Part shade/shade

virginica Nodding clusters of purple and blue flowers that naturally colonizes. Dormant in summer (ephemeral). Native. Sp 18″
Myosotis (Forget-Me-Not)

Z4 Part shade, deer & rabbit resistant.

‘Victoria Blue’ Compact plant with blue flowers. LSp 6-8″
‘Victoria Rose’ Pink flowers with yellow eye. LSp 6-8″
‘Victoria White’ White flowers with yellow eye. LSp 6-8″
Phlox stolonifera (Woodland Phlox)

Z3 Fragrant groundcover. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds. 1990 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year.

‘Blue Ridge’ Sky blue flowers. Sp 8″
‘Pink Ridge Lavender-pink flowers. Sp 10″
Polemonium (Jacob’s Ladder)

Deer resistant, good cut flower.

‘Blue Pearl’ Shorter clump forming mound with bright blue spring flowers. LSp-ESu 8-10″ Z4
‘Sonia’s Bluebell’ Tall, dark stems with blue flowers and a lighter center. LSp-MSu 32″ Z4
‘Stairway to Heaven’ Green leaves with white leaf margins that are tinged pink. Blue bell-shaped flowers. ESu-MSu 12-24″ Z3
Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal)

Z3 Woodland wildflower.

variegatum White-edged leaves on 2′ arching stems, white bell shaped flowers. 2013 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year. LSp 24″
Pulmonaria (Lungwort, Bethlehem Sage)

Z3 Attract hummingbirds, deer & rabbit resistant. Good cut flower.

‘Bertram Anderson’ Vibrant pink buds open to brilliant dark blue flowers over narrow leaves that are heavily silver spotted. ESp-MSp 8-12″
‘Raspberry Splash’ Silvery leaves. Showy raspberry pink blooms. LSp 12″
‘Roy Davidson’ Pale violet flowers, spotted foliage. ESp-MSp 8-12″
Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)

Z4 Deer resistant, cut flower.

aquilegifolium Blue tinted ferny foliage with dainty lilac-pink flowers. MSu-LSu 24-36″
‘Black Stockings’ Tall, airy foliage topped with open clusters of fluffy lavender flowers on dark stems. LSp-ESu 6′
Tiarella (Foam Flower)

Z4 Deer resistant, fragrant, groundcover.

‘Spring Symphony’ Reblooming, clump-forming. Pink bottlebrush blossoms on deeply-cut foliage with dark veins. LSp 15″
Tradescantia (Japanese Toad Lily)

Z4 Good cut flower

‘Concord Grape’ Vivid purple flower color. MSu-LSu 15-18″
‘Sweet Kate’ Chartreuse blades of foliage contrast with deep violet, three petaled blooms. Clump-forming, compact. MSu-LSu 12-20″
Tricyrtis (Spiderwort)

Z4 Good cut flower.

‘Dark Beauty’ Heavily spotted foliage. White flowers with dark purple spots. LSu-EFa 30″
‘Gilt Edge’ Large variegated dark-green leaves with narrow cream margins & deep pink spotted flowers. LSu-EFa 24″
‘Samarai’ Green leaves with creamy gold edges. Purple flowers with dark purple spotting with yellow throats. LSu-EFa 12-18″
Viola (Sweet Violet)

Z5 Fragrant, cut flower.

‘Halo Lemon Frost’ Extra large, bright yellow and cream colored flowers with medium violet-blue margins. Mounded, spreading. Sp/Fa 8-10″
‘Halo Violet’ Very large, deep violet petals with yellow centers. Sp/Fa 10″

VINES
FIVE-LEAF AKEBIA

Akebia quinata ‘Shirobana’
Vigorously spreading & twining vine with bluish-green foliage. Dangling stalks of fragrant white flowers followed by edible purple fruit. Grows 20-25′. Full to part sun.

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HARDY KIWI VINE

Actinidia arguta ‘Issai’ (Self-fertile female)
Hardy, vigorous vine produces delicious smooth-skinned fruit. Self-pollinates. Fast grower.

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TRUMPET VINE

Campsis radicans ‘Atomic Red’
Dark red buds open to orange-red trumpet-like flowers which deepen in color as they mature to an incredibly bold red. Tubular flowers are larger than the species. LSu-Fa. Height 20-30′.

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Campsis radicans ‘Flava’
Pure yellow trumpet flowers in LSu-Fa. Height 20-30′.

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Campsis ‘Balboa Sunset’
Scarlet trumpet shaped flowers LSu-Fa 20-30′. Full sun or part shade.

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Campsis x tagliabuana ‘Madame Galen’
Salmon red trumpet like flowers LS-EFa 15-20′. Full sun to part shade.

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BITTERSWEET

Celastrus scandens ‘Autumn Revolution’
A revolutionary breakthrough in bittersweet plants. The majority of flowers have both the male and female parts, meaning only one plant is needed to bear fruit. Height 15-24′

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CLEMATIS

Clematis likes to be planted in full sun, but its roots shaded. Clematis is susceptible to “Clematis Wilt” when over watered. Keep soil on the dry side and plant some of the stem below soil line. There are three pruning groups for best flowering and should be pruned in early spring.
Bloom Times:    Sp = Spring    Su = Summer    Fa = Fall

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Group #1: Flowers only on old growth. Prune only weak or dead stems after flowering. Severe pruning or late pruning will result in fewer flowers the following spring but can rejuvenate a neglected plant.

Group #2: In this group all first flowering is from last year’s stems. In early spring watch for swelling buds all along the existing stems & cut off dead material off above these swelling buds.

Group #3: Blooms only from new. This group should be pruned in February or March as new leaf buds begin to show low (8-12″) on plant. All dead material above these buds should be removed.

Purples:
‘Diamantina’ 4-6″ Blue-purple double flowers. ESu–LSu #2
‘Jackmanii’ 5″ Rich purple. Su-EFa #3
‘Natashcha’ Compact. Mauve-blue 4-5″ flowers. ESu–LSu #2
‘The President’ Rich purple 6″ flowers. Sp & Fa #2
Blues:
‘Multi Blue’ Deep blue double, 4-6″ flowers. Su & Fa #1
‘Ramona’ Abundant,lavender-blue flowers. MSu–LSu #3
‘Sapphire Indigo’ Dark purple unique trumpet-like flowers. Can be grown as a groundcover or in containers. Part-shade. ESu–LSu #2
Pinks:
‘Contesse De Bouchard’ Large-flowering, hybrid clematis with 4-6″ rose pink flowers. Su-Fa #3
‘Ernest Markham’ Large red flowers with gold stamen. MSu & Fa #3
‘Hagley Hybrid’ Mauve-pink, cup-shaped flowers. Su-Fa #3
‘Nelly Moser’ Light pink with lilac stripes. 4-6″ flowers. Su & Fa #1
paniculata ‘Sweet Summer Love’ (Pink Sweet Autumn) Vibrant shades of lush cranberry/violet in hundreds of starry blossoms. LSu #3
Reds:
‘Niobe’ 6-8″ Deep ruby-red flowers. ESu-LSu #2
‘Rouge Cardinal’ Large deep velvety crimson. ESu-Fa #3
‘Westerplatte’ Large, rich velvety red blooms. Sp-ESu & LSu #2
Whites:
paniculata (Sweet Autumn) Fragrant flowers cover plant. LSu #3
‘Miss Bateman’ Medium sized, white flowers are contrasted with deep cherry colored centers. LSp-Su #2
‘Huldine’ Graceful 4″ white flowers with yellow anthers on vigorous vines. Pink stripe on the backs of the flowers. MSu-MFa #3
Yellow:
‘Guernsey Cream’ Masses of 6″ creamy yellow flowers. LSp & Su #2
Bi-Color:
‘Asao’ Large 6-8″ bright pink rimmed flowers with a thick band of white in middle of the petals. Bronzy color foliage in spring. LSp & LSu #2
‘Kilian Donahue’ Early flowers open ruby red at center, fading to brilliant fushcia and then orchid at the edge of each petal. ESu–LSu #2
CLIMBING HYDRANGEA

Hydrangea anomala petiolaris
Beautiful white flowers in May to June growing to 40′. Slow growing at first. Clings by aerial rootlets. Grows well in shade.

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HOPS

Humulus lupulus
Fast-growing vine that needs support. Produces attractive yellow cone-shaped flowers (hops) that are used for brewing beer. Full sun.

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Centennial Dual purpose hop grows on 20′ vines with good aromatic qualities and high alpha acid. Floral-citrus quality that makes it stand out. It can be used as a stand-alone hop or as part of a blend.
Nugget Vigorous vine quickly reaches 20′ tall and thrives on neglect. Greenish yellow, conelike flowers smell like beer. Strong bitter hop for stouts and ales.
Willamette Grows 25′ in a single season and dies-back to the crown each fall. Flowers begin to ripen mid-August to mid-Sept. ‘Willamette’ is an aromatic hop also used for flavoring ales or teas.
HONEYSUCKLE
Lonicera periclymenum ‘Winchester’

Red, pinkish-maroon & cream spring blossoms followed by bright red-purple berries.

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Lonicera x heckrotti ‘Goldflame’

Bright carmine flower buds open to yellow and are very fragrant from mid-spring to late summer. Sun. Flowers attract hummingbirds.

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Lonicera x heckrotti ‘Mandarin’

Mandarin orange-red flowers with white insides in summer.

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Lonicera sempervirens ‘Major Wheeler’

Mildew resistant, great abundance of red flowers.

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BOSTON IVY:
Parthenocissus tricuspidata

An excellent climbing vine for stone-work or the side of buildings. Has an excellent red fall color. Deciduous.

‘Green Showers’

Extra-large green leaves turn burgundy in fall. Icy blue berries. 45-50′. Full sun-part shade.

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‘Veitchii’

Purplish new growth maturing to green, turning dark red-purple in fall. 30-45′. Sun-part shade.

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SILVER LACE VINE:
Polygonum aubertii

White delicate-looking flowers bloom July through August. 25-40′ vine. Very showy. Good for fences, trellis or arbors. Deciduous. Full sun.

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WISTERIA

Hanging pendulums of sweet pea-like flowers bloom early spring. Vigorous vining plant. Great for quick cover.

Wisteria frutescens ‘Amethyst Falls’ (American Wisteria)

Intense blue blooms heavily in spring, then on new growth.

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Wisteria macrostachya ‘Aunt Dee’ (Kentucky Wisteria)

8-12″ clusters of light blue flowers late spring through early summer. Extremely hardy.

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Wisteria macrostachya ‘Blue Moon’ (Blue Moon Kentucky Wisteria)

Lavender-blue sweetly fragrant vine will bloom 2-3 times in summer.

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Wisteria macrostachya ‘Summer Cascade’ (Summer Cascade Kentucky Wisteria)

Long, showy flowers open a deep blue-lavender then fade as the season progresses. In late summer, seedpods add multi-season interest.

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GROUNDCOVERS

Groundover 6 pack
Groundover Flat of 24

Ajuga (Bugleweed)

Low-growing groundcover with blue flowers in June and July.

‘Bronze Beauty’ Deep Purple-bronze with blue flowers.
Height 4-6″. Spacing 4-6″
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‘Chocolate Chip’ Extremely dwarf, less aggressive. Chocolate-green foliage with dark blue flowers.
Height 3″ Spacing 6-9″
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Euonymus coloratus (Wintercreeper)
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Sun or shade tolerant groundcover. Green leaf turning to scarlet in fall.
Height 15″. Spacing 12-15″.

Hedera helix ‘Thorndale’ (Thorndale Ivy)
HEDERAHELIX

A spreading English Ivy with lush green foliage. Branches root where they touch the soil, making an excellent cover. Needs partial shade and a moist, organic soil.
Height 6-8″. Spacing 6-8″.

Pachysandra ‘Green Carpet’ (Japanese Spurge)
PACHYSANDRA

Good for shaded, protected areas.
Height 10″. Spacing 3-6″.

Sedum

Low-growing groundcover. Prefers sun but will tolerate shade. Blooms mid-summer.
Height 3-6″. Spacing 10-15″.
Additional varieties of Sedum are listed under “Sun Perennials“.

‘Acre’ Yellow flowers. SEDUMAC
‘Bailey’s Gold’ Bright golden-yellow flowers. SEDUMBG
‘Dragon’s Blood’ Red flowers. SEDUMDB
‘Fuldaglut’ Red flowers. SEDUMFU
‘Kamtschaticum’ Yellow flowers. SEDUMKAM
Vinca minor (Periwinkle)

Small, glossy green leaves with blue flowers in early spring. Evergreen.
Height 6″. Spacing 4-10″.

‘Bowles’ Deeper blue flowers and glossier foliage. VINCABOWLES
‘Dart’s Blue’ Lavender blue flowers. VINCADARTS
‘Ralph Shugert’ Variegated green & white. VINCARALPH
PATHWAYS GROUNDCOVERS

GC3B,    12 or more

Tough, vigorous perennials that are perfect for filling nooks and crannies; like spaces between pavers, stepping-stones and stairs. They tolerate light to moderate foot traffic and grow in full sun to part shade.

Ajuga ‘Chocolate Chip’ (Dwarf Bugleweed) Chocolate colored foliage.
Armeria m. ‘Victor Reiter’ (Red Leaf Sea Thrift): Very shiny green hair-like foliage turns reddish-purple. Deep pink pom-pom flowers in late spring. Drought tolerant, easy to grow, fast growth rate.
Cerastium tomentosum (Snow in Summer) Fast spreading silver foliage. Lovely white flowers cover this plant completely in summer.
Cymbalaria muralis (Kenilworth Ivy) Lavender flowers on low creeper.
Dianthus g. ‘Tiny Rubies’ (Tiny Rubies Cheddar Pink): Steel blue foliage with hot pink flowers.
Gypsophila cerastiodes (Clumping Baby’s Breath) Charming green and gray foliage. Pretty light pink flowers encompass foliage in late spring.
Herniaria glabra (Green Carpet) Dense evergreen groundcover turns red in winter. Tiny white star flowers in summer.
Isotoma fluviatilis (Blue Star Creeper) Fast grower with small leaves covered with star shaped light blue flowers.
Leptinella x. ‘Platt’s Black’ (Black Brass Buttons) Fern-like soft, hairy bronze/black foliage with small yellow flowers.
Lotus corniculatus ‘Plenus’ (Double Birds Foot Trefoil) Dark green, tiny leaves. Orange buds open to double yellow flowers in late spring.
Lysimachia nummularia ‘Aurea’ (Golden Moneywort) Golden coin shaped foliage.
Mazus reptans purple (Purple Mazus) Brilliant green with tiny purple flowers.
Muehlenbeckia axillaris ‘Nana’ (Creeping Wire Vine) Tiny, dark, glossy green leaves turn bronze. Very unique transparent fruit.
Sagina subulata (Irish Moss) Thick mat of kelly green, white flowers.
Sagina s. ‘Aurea’ (Scotch Moss) Carpet of gold with small white flowers.
Sedum acre ‘Golden Moss’ (Golden Moss Stonecrop) Deep green with yellow flowers.
Sedum hispanicum var. minus ‘Purple Form’ (Purple Form Stonecrop) Gray-blue to purple in cold.
Sedum ‘Lydium’ (Mossy Stonecrop) Brilliant green, fleshy succulent leaves turn completely red in drought or cold. Puffy white blooms with a hint of pink.
Sedum spirium ‘John Creech’ (John Creech Stonecrop) Tight mat of bright green foliage.
Thymus c. ‘Archer’s Gold’ Bright gold foliage all year long Light lavender and pink blooms in late summer.
Thymus praecox ‘Coccineus’ (Red Creeping Thyme) Deep green with light rose flowers.
Thymus praecox ‘Highland Cream’ (Cream Creeping Thyme) Aromatic small leaves have creamy-yellow leaf margins. Beautiful pale pink flowers.
Thymus praecox ‘Pink Chintz’ (Pink Chintz Thyme) Deep olive with salmon-pink flowers.
Thymus pseudolanuginosus (Woolly Thyme) Dusty gray foliage with pink flowers.
Thymus serpyllum ‘Elfin’ (Miniature Thyme) Gray-green with light pink flowers.
Thymus serpyllum ‘Pink Chintz’ (Pink Chintz Thyme): Deep olive with salmon-pink flowers.
Veronica repens (Creeping Speedwell) Super tough creeper that forms a solid mat of green. Pearl white flowers cover entirely in mid spring.
Veronica repens ‘Sunshine’ (Creeping Speedwell) Flat carpet of tiny golden-yellow leaves, with small near-white flowers appearing in late spring.
Veronica ‘Waterperry Blue’ (Waterperry Blue Speedwell) Creeping shiny green evergreen foliage with sky-blue flowers.
CHICK CHARMS™ SEMPERVIVUMS (Hens and Chicks)

GC3B,    12 or more

Assorted Hens & Chicks Collection.

ROSES

There are roses for almost every garden situation. From cascading shrubs spilling over borders, to elegant climbers covering pergolas and archways, to neat and tidy bushes used as bedding plants or hedges, to miniature roses in containers and small garden spots. Countryside professionals will be happy to assist you in taking the mystery out of rose gardening.

COUNTRYSIDE GROWN ROSES
Classic Rose Bushes ROSEC
Shrub Rose Bushes ROSES
Miniature Rose Bushes ROSEM
Climbing Rose Bushes ROSECL
Knock Out Roses ROSEK
Easy Elegance Shrub Roses ROSEE
Drift Groundcover Roses ROSED
SPECIALTY ROSES
Knock Out Roses ROSEKB
Special Order Rose Bushes ROSESB
David Austin Roses ROSESB
Large Tree Roses ROST2B
DEFINITIONS and ABBREVIATIONS:
Classic Roses

Hybrid Teas, Floribundas and Grandifloras.
Grown for the superb quality of their individual flowers. Perfect for cutting. Need winter protection.

Hybrid Tea (HT)
Large flowers borne singly on long stems, usually fragrant. Blooms early summer until freeze.

Floribunda (FL)
Medium size flowers borne mostly in clusters on stems of medium length. Often more compact than Hybrid Teas. Blooms late spring through autumn.

Grandiflora (GR)
Large flowers borne in clusters. Usually taller in habit. Individual stems within each cluster are suitable for cutting.

Own Root (OR)
Classic roses grown on their own roots, not grafted, for improved hardiness and form.

Climbers and Ramblers

Roses whose long canes (6 to 15′) can be trained to climb trellises, fences or walls. Variable in flower size, form and habit

Shrub (Landscape) Roses

Including shrubs, hedges and groundcovers. Free-blooming plants with differing flower sizes and forms; broadly varying in mature size with a full bushy attractive habit — generally less leggy and less rigidly upright than Hybrid Teas. Good disease resistance and hardiness, often grown on their own roots.

Miniature Roses

Small-flowered roses with proportionately smaller foliage, often very compact in habit. Stems are shorter but still suitable for cutting.

David Austin (DA) English Roses

Modern roses developed by English rose breeder David Austin. A cross between old-fashioned and modern roses. Flowers are double and bloom repeatedly throughout the season. Most are hardy and disease resistant, fragrant, low maintenance plants.

Abbreviations

AARS- Winners of “All American Rose Of The Year”

ARS- American Rose selection

ROTY- Rose of the Year

F- Light fragrance     FF- Medium Fragrance     FFF- Very Fragrant

DR- Disease Resistant    H- Hardy = Zone 4    OR- Own root     BUD- Budded

Tall- 5′ or taller     Med- 3-4′ tall     Low- 3′ & under

CLASSIC ROSES
Classic Roses – Red
Always & Forever HT Bright ruby red. F
Drop Dead Red FL Bright red. DR F
Firefighter HT Dusky velvet red. Med/Tall FFF
In The Mood HT Bright red. Med F
Let Freedom Ring HT Strawberry red. Med/Tall F
Opening Night HT True bright red. Long stems. Med/Tall. F
Classic Roses – Pink
All My Loving HT Light red to dark pink. Long stems. Tall FF
Bride’s Dream FL Soft pastel pink. Tall DR FF
Crescendo HT Soft pink with light yellow center. Tall FFF
Easy to Please FL Fuschia pink with lighter reverse. Med/Tall DR FF
Electron HT Electric deep pink. Med FFF AARS
Falling In Love HT Warm pink with white reverse. Med/Tall FFF
Passionate Kisses FL Fresh salmon pink. Long bloom time. Med F
Queen Elizabeth GR Rich pink. Med/Tall F AARS
Classic Roses – Yellow
Ch-Ching! GR Lemon yellow. Med/Tall DR FFF
Doris Day FL Old-fashioned, ruffled yellow flowers. Med FF
Gold Medal GR Golden yellow. Tall DR FFF
Gold Struck GR Golden yellow suffused with orange. Med/Tall DR F
Happy Go Lucky GR Even pure yellow. Med/Tall FF
Hotel California HT Clean medium yellow. Med/Tall F
Julia Child FL Butter gold. Med FFF DR AARS OR
Midas Touch HT Bright yellow. Med/Tall FFF AARS
Radiant Perfume GR Deep yellow. FFF
Shockwave FL Pure neon yellow. Med DR
Sparkle & Shine FL Sparkling clear yellow. Med DR FF
Summer Love HT Luminous yellow. Med FF
Classic Roses – Purple/Lavender Shades
Angel Face FL Deep mauve-lavender. Low FFF AARS
Ebb Tide FL Smokey deep plum. M FFF
Love Song FL Clear lavender ruffled, fully double. Med F
Neptune HT Rich lavender kissed purple. Med FFF
Stainless Steel HT Silvery lavender. Tall FFF
Twilight Zone GR Large, double deep velvet purple. Tall FFF
Classic Roses – Apricot/Orange Shades
Easy Does It FL Peach, pink and honey yellow. Med AARS DR FF
Octoberfest GR Blend of orange, yellow and red. Tall FF
Good as Gold HT Orange-yellow. F
Jump for Joy FL Peachy-pink, ruffled. Med F
Livin’ Easy FL Apricot orange. Med FF AARS OR
Classic Roses – White
Honor HT Clean white. Tall F DR
Iceberg FL Pure white. Low FFF DR OR
John F. Kennedy HT Greenish white. Med FF
Moondance FL Luminous creamy-white. Tall DR F AARS
Moonstone HT Very large pure white with delicate pink edge. Tall F
Pope John Paul II HT Large, pure white. Med/Tall DR FFF
Sugar Moon HT Pure White. Tall FFF
White Licorice FL Lemon chiffon suffusing to white. Med FFF DR
Classic Roses – Bi-Color
Chicago Peace HT Pink/yellow. Med/Tall F
Chihuly FL Yellow/orange/deep red. Med F
Coretta Scott King GR White/coral blend. Tall F
Double Delight HT Cream/red. Med FFF
Dream Come True GR Golden yellow-edged, blushed with ruby. Tall F
Ketchup & Mustard HT Bold and beautiful, bright red with dark yellow reverse. Med F
Love & Peace HT Yellow/pink. Med/Tall FFF AARS
Mardi Gras FL Yellow orange, pink blend. Med F DR AARS
Miss Congeniality GR Pure white with vibrant pink edges. Tall FF
Neil Diamond HT Pink with white stripes. Tall FFF
Peace HT Yellow/pink. Med H FF AARS
Rock & Roll GR Burgundy with cream. Med FFF
Scentimental FL Peppermint striped. FL Med FFF
Strike It Rich GR Golden yellow swirled with red. Tall FFF DR AARS
CLIMBERS & RAMBLERS
Above All Salmon-orange. Everbloom. 10-14′ DR F
All Ablaze Cherry Red. Repeat bloom. 8-12′ H F
America Pure coral pink. Repeat bloom. 10-12′ DR FFF AARS
Blaze Lush red semi-double flowers. Dark foliage. Everbloom. DR F
Candy Land Rosy pink striped with yellow. Repeat bloom. 10-12′ FF
Cloud 10 Pure white climber blooms heavily in the spring, will re-bloom throughout the season. Very clean foliage, very full flower. 7-8′ DR F
Crimson Sky Large, bright fire-engine red old-fashioned style blooms don’t fade. Blooms early in the season and continuously. 8-12′ DR F
Don Juan Dark red. Repeat bloom. 8-10′ FFF
Joseph’s Coat Multi-colored red, pink, & orange. Repeat bloom. 12′ F
Pretty in Pink Extremely double deep pink. 10-12′ DR FF
Purple Splash Wine purple striped with bright white. Repeat bloom. 10-14′ FF
Royal Gold Deep yellow, long lasting blooms. Repeat bloom. 10′ FFF
Tropical Lightning Orange with purple smoke layer and cream stripes. Glossy leaves. 10-12′ FF
White Eden Old-fashioned white flowers contrast nicely with its dark foliage. Repeat bloom. 12′ DR F
William Baffin Deep pink. Repeat bloom. 8-10′ F DR H OR
Winner’s Circle Fire engine red. Orange hips. Foliage deep burgundy red in fall. 10-12′ H
MINIATURE ROSES

Excellent for containers, small spaces

Cupids Kisses Cerise pink with a large white eye. Patio climber. Short, compact. Small 2″ flowers in clusters. DR FF
Cutie Pie Twinkling brilliant orange. High-centered buds open to reveal 3″ blooms of peachy-yellow blushed with light pink. 12-18″ F
Lemon Drop Lemonade yellow, full, ruffled flowers. 16-20″ F
Ruby Ruby Cherry Red. 12-18″ F OR
LANDSCAPE ROSES/SHRUB ROSES (Grown on their Own Root unless noted BUD for budded)
Groundcover:
Drift Coral Bright coral-orange. Everbloom. 1.5′ DR H
Drift Peach Soft peach. Very floriferous. Everbloom. 2′ DR H
Drift Red Petite red. Everbloom. 1.5′ DR H
Drift Sweet Clusters of clear pink double flowers. Abundant, continuous flowering. 1.5′ DR H
Drift White Pure bright white, fully double blooms, perfectly shaped. Everbloom. 1.5′ DR H
Red Ribbons Striking crimson. Everbloom. 28″ DR
Sunshine Happy Trails Medium-sized sunny yellow flowers cluster continuously throughout the season. 12-18″ F OR
Low:
Icecap Dense flush of pure white flowers. 2.5′ DR F
The Fairy Small. Dainty, ruffled, pastel pink. DR F OR
Medium:
Bonica Medium pink. Everbloom. 3-5′ DR H FF AARS
Bubble Double Light pink. Continuous bloom. DR F
Carefree Sunshine Semi-double, pink. Everbloom. 3-6′ DR H FF
Midnight Blue Velvet dark-purple. 3′ BUD FFF
Milwaukee’s Calatrava Pure white double blooms that may exhibit a flush of light pink in cooler weather. DR FF
Raspberry Rugostar Deep pink. Repeat bloom. Spreading. 3-4′ DR F
White Out Pure white with yellow centers. DR F
Tall:
Blanc Double de Coubert White. Repeat bloom. 7′ BUD DR FFF
BRANDED ROSE SERIES
Easy Elegance Series:
Head Over Heels Full and fluffy pink. Dark, glossy-green foliage. Recurrent bloom. 3′ H DR FFF
Kashmir Velvety red, similar flower to hybrid tea roses. 2.5-4′ Recurrent bloom. H DR OWN FF
My Girl Clusters of ruffly pink blossoms. Recurrent bloom. 3-4′ H DR OWN F
Yellow Brick Road Medium yellow. Compact plant. Recurrent bloom. 2-3′ DR OWN F
Knock Out Series:
Knock Out Red blend. Everbloom. 3′ H DR AARS
Double Knock Out Red. Everbloom. 3′ H DR
Pink Double Knock Out Bright bubble gum pink. Repeat. 3-4′ H DR
Sunny Knock Out Pale yellow-white. 3′ H DR FF

ANNUALS

Countryside has long been a source for fresh, healthy bedding annuals such as begonias, impatiens, petunias, snapdragons and many, many more. We are pleased to introduce our customers to the new generation of Countryside Home Grown Premium Annuals. Used as focal points in flower beds or on their own in containers. Premium Annuals can withstand the elements and look great all season. Annuals are heavy feeders. Mix in a slow release fertilizer at planting time and liquid feed weekly. Your containers and landscape will thrive and bloom for months.

Ageratum (Floss Flower)

Dense clusters of purplish-blue fringed flowers.

Hawaii Blue
Alstroemeria (Peruvian Lily)

Richly-colored with deep veins. Good cut flower.

Amina, Diana, Eliane, Feline, Letizia, Louise
Alternathera

Striking dark purple/bronze foliage.

Burgundy Thread, Gold Thread, Little Ruby, Party Time, Red Carpet
Amaranthus

Long, rope-like flowers cascade from tall stems.

Carnival
Anagallis (Pimpernel)

Trailing plant with bright orange or blue flowers.

Angelonia

Snapdragon-like blooms on compact, upright stems.

Serena Purple, Serena Waterfall Mix, Serenita Raspberry, Serenita Sky Blue, Serenita White
Argyranthemum (Cobbity Daisy)

Feathery foliage, daisy flowers.

Madeira White, Vanilla Butterfly, Voltage Yellow, White Butterfly, Yellow Butterfly
Bacopa

Abundant cascades of tiny blooms.

Big Falls Dark Blue, Big Falls Dark Pink, MegaCopa White, MegaCopa Versa White, Snowstorm Blue Bubbles, Snowstorm Giant Snowflake, Sutera Betty Deep Blue, Sutera Betty White
Begonia:
Dragon Wing Begonia

Vigorous trailer, dense habit, large shiny leaves.

Pink, Red, White (Baby)
Rex Begonia

Multi colored foliage.

Tuberous Begonia

Large carnation-like blooms on trailing, crinkled foliage.

Nonstop assorted colors
Wax Begonia

Compact glossy leaves. Packed with blossoms.

Baby Whopper White, Megawatt Pink Bronze Leaf, Whopper Red Green Leaf, Whopper Rose Green Leaf, Whopper Red Bronze Leaf
Bidens

Masses of small yellow flowers on trailing, feathery foliage.

Bee Alive, Namid Early Yellow, Namid Special Yellow, Sun Drop Compact
Brachteantha (Strawflower)

Heat-tolerant; good dried flower.

Mohave Orange, Mohave Yellow
Calibrachoa (Mini-petunia, Million Bells)

Compact blooms.

Cabaret, Minifamous, Superbells
Celosia (Cockscomb)

Brightly colored feathery blooms.

Dragon’s Breath, Intenz, Smart Look
Cineria

Vividly-hued blooms float above rounded, compact foliage. Early season color.

Senetti Baby Blue, Senetti Baby Magenta Bicolor
Cleome (Spider Flower)

Fireworks in a flower on tall bushy stems.

Senorita Blanca, Senorita Rosalita
Coleus

Multi-colored foliage, tolerates sun.

Abbey Road, Dutch Mill Drive, Electric Lime, Electric Slide, Fifth Avenue, Fishnet Stockings, French Quarter, Granville Street, Henna, Inferno, Keystone Kopper, Kingswood Torch, Kong Jr. Rose, Kong Jr. Scarlet, Kong Lime Sprite, Kong Salmon Pink, Peter’s Wonder, River Walk, Rodeo Drive, Ruby Slippers, Saturn, Sunset Boulevard, Tilt Whirl, Valentine, Vino, Wasabi
Cosmos

Nicely contained, delicate, bushy, multi-stemmed.

Cutesy Mix
Cuphea (Cigar Plant)

Tubular blooms on semi-trailing stems.

Allyson, Dynamite, Sriracha Pink, Vermillionaire
Dahlia

Showy rayed flowers.

Dalina Grande, Hypnotica, Midi
Dianthus (Pinks)

Grasslike foliage and abundant starry flowers.

Jolt Cherry, Jolt Pink
Diascia (Twinspur)

Masses of tiny blooms on mounding/trailing stems.

Picadilly Dark Orange, Picadilly Dark Red, Picadilly Pink, Picadilly White
Dichondra

Trailing silvery foliage.

Silver Falls
Dorotheanthus

Trailing silvery foliage, daisy-like foliage.

Mezoo Trailing Red
Eurphorbia

Masses of white flowers on willowy stems.

Cool Breeze, Crystal White, Diamond Delight, Diamond Frost
Evolvulus (Baby Blue Eyes)

Blue blooms with white eyes on trailing gray-green plants.

Blue My Mind
Fuchsia

Masses of multi-colored down-facing blooms on cascading branches.

Dark Eyes, Gartenmeister, Swingtime
Gaura

Showy butterfly-type flowers on tall, wiry stems.

Crimson Butterflies, Pink Lady, Rosyjane, Sparkle White, Whiskers Deep Rose
Gazania

Showy rayed flowers, wide variety of colors.

Kiss Flame Mix
Geranium:
Intersectional Geranium

Cross between ivy and zonal geranium.

Caliente, Calliope
Ivy Geranium

Clusters of florets on long stems.

Cascade, Precision
Regal (Martha Washington) Geranium

Early blooms. Bi-color, ruffled flowers.

Elegance
Seed Geranium

Delicate blooms, compact.

Ringo
Zonal Geranium

Jumbo blooms, bushy plants.

Americana, Dynamo, Patriot
Glechoma

Trailing matte-green foliage with white margins.

Ringo
Gomphrena

Cottonball type flowers.

Gnome Purple
Helichrysum (Licorice Plant)

Gray or chartreuse, fuzzy leaves, vigorous sprawling habit.

Icicles, Licorice Lemon, Licorice Petite, Licorice Splash, Licorice White
Heliotrope

Large clusters of fragrant deep purple blooms on sturdy, textured foliage.

Scentropia Dark Blue
Impatiens:
Double Impatiens

Rosebud-type blooms cover the mid-green foliage.

Fiesta Bonita
Bedding Impatiens

Shade loving, compact, and uniform.

Bounce, Dazzler, Super Elfin
Exotic Impatiens

Exotic, tropical looking, larger plants.

Fusion Glow Yellow, Sunpatiens Lavender, Sunpatiens Scarlet Red, Sunpatiens Tropical Orange
New Guinea Impatiens

Part-sun loving large blooms on glossy deep green plants.

Celebration
Ipomoea (Sweet Potato Vine)

Large, deeply-lobed vigorous trailing foliage.

Ace of Spades, Black Heart, Blackie, Desana Bronze, Marguerite, Sidekick Bronze, Sidekick Lime, Sweet Caroline, Sweet Georgia, Sweetheart, Tricolor
Iresine (Bloodleaf)

Crinkled, colorful foliage.

Blazin’ Rose, Painted Bloodleaf
Isolepis (Fiberoptic Grass)

Cascading grass-like foliage with fuzzy tips resembling fiberoptic fibers.

Lantana

Clusters of bright multi-colored blooms on fragrant, bushy plants.

Bandana, Dallas Red, Landmark, Lucky, Luscious, Samantha
Lobelia

Intensly colored tiny flowers on mounding/cascading stems.

Bella, Early Springs, Lucia, Magadi, Oceanis, Techno
Lobularia (Sweet Alyssum)

Dense, compact clusters of delicate, sweet smelling blooms.

Clear, Crystal White, Dark Knight, Lavender Stream, Pink Bicolor Stream, White Stream
Lotus

Feathery needle-like trailing foliage.

Amazon Sunset
Lysimachia (Creeping Jenny)

Bright green-gold trailing foliage.

Aurea, Goldilocks, Walkabout Sunset
Marigold

Dwarf African varieties.

Cresta, Taishan
Mecardonia

Very low growing habit; numerou flowers.

Magic Carpet Yellow
Melampodium (Butter Daisy)

Mounding covered with yellow daisies.

Million Gold
Mexican Heather (Cuphea rosea)

Tiny sprays of blooms on upright bushy plants.

Lavender Lace
Nasturtium

Large sweetly scented flowers held above gray-green leaves.

Nemesia

Fragrant tiny blooms with yellow centers cover mounding foliage.

Angelart, Aromatica, Bluebird, Compact Innocence, Juicy Fruit, Momento, Spicy, Sunsatia
Osteospermum (African Daisy)

Daisy-type blooms with blue centers on cascading stems.

Soprano, Symphony, Zion
Oxalis

Shamrock-like leaves with profuse yellow flowers.

Charmed Wine, Molten Lava, Zinfandel
Pansy

Delicate spring bloomers, unique color combinations.

Matrix
Pennisetum (Fountain Grass)

Beautiful purple foliage with foxtail blooms.

Cherry Sparkler, Fireworks, First Knight, Princess Molly, Princess Regal, Red Riding Hood, Rubrum, Skyrocket
Pentas (Star Cluster)

Clusters of tubular blooms cover mounds of deep green sturdy foliage.

Galaxy
Perilla

Upright habit with vibrant multicolor leaves.

Magilla, Tricolor
Petchoa

Cross between calibrachoa and petunia.

SuperCal
Petunias:
Cascadia Petunia

Creaties a carpet of bi-color flowers and fragrance.

Indian Summer, Rim Magenta, Pitaya
Crazytunia Petunia

Performs welly in the heat. Amazing, unique colors.

Black Mamba, Citrus Twist, Kermit Purple, Moonstruck, Swiss Dancer, Terra Cotta
Double Wave Petunia

Vigorous trailing habit supports double Petunia blooms.

Blue, Pink, Purple, Red, White
Easy Wave Petunia

Spreading, fast growing. Tolerates heat and cold.

Blue, Burgundy Star, Pink, Pink Passion, Plum Pudding, Red Velour, Yellow
Famous Petunia

Classic, semi-trailing petunia look with early flowering and an impressive color range.

Apricot Sorbet, Blue Velvet, Firestorm, Lilac Dark Vein, Pink
Hells Petunia

Mounded trailing habit. Dramatic color.

Bells Fury, Bells Improved, Bells Fruit Punch, Flamin Rose
Peppy Petunia

Dense, spreading habit. Unique striped flowers.

Blue, Cerise, Red
Potunia Petunia

Bubble-like, round habit.

Papaya, White, Yellow
Littletunia Petunia

Miniature-flower petunia hybrid. Fast-growing.

Bicolor Illusion, Black Bicolor, Blue Vein, White
Seed Petunia

Grandiflora, shorter, more controlled form.

Mambo
Shock Wave Petunia

Compact and tightly branched, spreading variety.

Buzz Mix, Coconut, Denim
Starlet Petunia

Early to flower and fast to finish, this one’s at home in small pots, baskets and combos.

Blue, Blue Light, Burgundy, Dark Pink, Lavender Star, Magenta, Orange, Red Velvet, White
Suncatcher Petunia

Full, lush plants are covered entirely with blooms.

Blue Burst, Plum Burst
Sun Spun Petunia

Blooms from spring to hard frost. Trailing habit.

Blue, Coral, Lavender Star, Pink Ice, Raspberry Star, White
Supertunia Petunia

Blooms from spring to hard frost. Trailing habit.

Bermuda Beach, Black Cherry, Indigo Charm, Mini Appleblossom, Mini Blue, Mini Blue Vein, Mini Bright Pink, Mini Purple, Mini White, Raspberry Blast, Royal Velvet, Vista Bubblegum, Vista Fuschia, Vista Silver Berry
Surfinia Petunia

Brilliant color. Low maintenance. Mounding.

Blue Vein, Deep Red, Heartbeat, Pink Brilliant, Pink Vein, Purple Majesty, Sky Blue
Sweetunia Petunia

Early, medium size flower; compact growth.

Black Satin, Grape Ice, Hot Pink Lemonade, Hot Rod Red, Johnny Flame, Light Pink Touch, Orange Flash, Suzie Storm
Wave Petunia

Vigorous trailing habit supports single blooms.

Lavender, Purple, Shock Spark Mix, Shock Volt Mix
Whispers Petunia

Midsize, unique colors.

Blue, Star Rose
Plectranthus

Mounding, trailing variegated foliage.

Lemon Twist, Nico, Nicoletta, Iboza, White Surf
Portulaca (Moss Rose)

Low growing, heat and drought tolerant, showy blooms.

Cupcake Cherry Baby, Cupcake Grape Jelly, Happy Trails Pink Passion
Rudbeckia (Annual Black-eyed Susan)

Showy fall bloomers.

Tiger Eye Gold, Toto Rustic
Salvia

Intense tubular blooms on upright gray-green scented foliage.

Ablazin Purple, Ablazin Tabasco, Black & Bloom, Black & Blue, Cathedral, Summer Jewel, Victoria Blue, Vista Red
Scaveola (Fan flower)

Fan-shaped blooms on vigorous cascading stems.

Bombay, Scampi, Surdiva
Setcreasea (Wandering Jew)

Lance-shaped leathery leaves. Pink flowers.

Purple Variegated, Zebrina Purple
Stock

Fragrant, upright, spring blooming.

Cherry Blossom, Purple, White
Strobilanthus (Persian Shield)

Purple shiny leaves on an upright to trailing plant.

Thunbergia (Black-eyed Susan Vine)

Perky, bright flowers with dark eyes on twining stems.

Sunny Lemon Star, Sunny Orange Wonder, Susie Orange Black Eye
Torenia (Wishbone flower)

Part-sun loving cupped blooms on compact, cascading plants.

Catalina Grape o’Liscious, Catalina Midnight Blue, Moon Purple, Moon Rose, Moon Yellow, Summer Wave Blue, Summer Wave Deep Blue
Trifolium (Clover)

Two-toned leaves; vigorous, creeping habit.

Cocoa Mint, Green Glow, Red Green
Verbena

Clusters of tiny florets on vigorous trailing stems.

Bebop, Blues. Lanai, Lascar, Pops, Superbena, Vivid
Vinca

Vibrant, rich flower colors on compact plants.

Titan, Valiant
Vinca Vine

Evergreen, prostrate, mat-forming plant.

Variegated, Wojo’s Gem
Viola

Early blooming, cold-tolerant, bi-color little blossoms.

Blue Blotch, Blue Heaven, Delft Blue, Denim Jump Up, Lemon Blueberry Swirl, Purple, Sorbet, White Blotch, White Jump Up, Yellow Frost, Yellow Jump Up
Zinnia

Mounds of small classic Zinnia blooms on compact mounded plants.

Magellan Mix, Solmar Red, Solmar Rose, Solmar Yellow, Zahara Double Fire, Zahara Double Cherry, Zahara Double Yellow

HERBS

Countryside takes pride in supplying a wide variety of herbs, both common and unusual. Fresh plants are displayed weekly. If you don’t see what you want, just ask!

Here is a sampling of our herb selection:

Arugula
Basil
African Blue, Pesto Perpetuo, Red Rubin, Sweet (Genovese), Sweet Dani (Lemon), Siam Queen (Thai)
Bay Laurel
Borage
Catnip
Chamomile
German
Chervil
Chives
Common, Garlic
Cilantro (Coriander)
Curry
Dill
Fernleaf
Fennel
Common, Bronze
Lavender
French, Hidcote, Munstead, Purple Ribbon (Spanish)
Lemon Balm
Lemon Grass
Lovage
Marjoram
Sweet
Mint
Chocolate, Corsican, Mojito, Peppermint, Spearmint
Oregano
Greek, Hot n’ Spicy, Italian
Parsley
Curly, Italian (Flat)
Patchouli
Rosemary
Common, Hafia (Prostrate)
Sage
Common, Golden, Pineapple, Purple, Tricolor
Savory
Winter
Sorrel
Red Veined
Stevia
Tarragon
French, Mexican
Thyme
English, Lemon
Verbena
Lemon

HOMEGROWN VEGETABLES

Master Key for All Homegrown Vegetables.

R* = Ripens:
    VE=Very Early    E=Early    M=Mid-Season    L=Late    VL=Very Late

C* = Color:
    BI=Bicolor    B=Brown    BL=Black    DG=Dark Green    G=Green   
    O=Orange     P=Pink    Pr=Purple    R=Red    W=White    Y=Yellow

DR=Disease Resistant

HY=High Yield

AAS=All America Selection

TOMATOES
VARIETY R* C* FEATURES
Cherry Tomatoes
Black Cherry E BL Truly black round tomato. Complex sweet, fruity flavor. Dark chocolate color.
Candyland E R Supersweet, currant type in long clusters. Vining, yet neat and restrained. HY AAS
Chocolate Sprinkles E B Heavy-yielding, bite-sized, robust flavor. Red striped with dark green. HY DR
Orange Zinger E O Dark orange. Sweet/tangy. HY DR
Red Cherry Large M R Heirloom. Bears all season. DR
Sunsugar E O Orange cherry tomato. Sweet, fruity. HY
Sun Gold VE V Super sweet cherry, yields all season.
Sunrise Bumble Bee M Y Sweet and tangy flavor.Yellow/red stripes.
Sugar Rush E R Great-tasting, sweet, attractive bright red.
Sweet 100 E R Over 100 fruits, large plant, needs staking.
Sweet Baby Girl E R Great sweet flavor, long clusters. HY
Sweet Chelsea E R Very sweet, low acid. HY DR
Sweet Million E R Long clusters, supper sweet. HY DR
Sun Gold VE V Super sweet cherry, yields all season.
Grape Tomatoes
Juliet E R Very sweet, great for salads. DR AAS
Red Grape VE R Sweet, good heat & humidity tolerance. HY
Yellow Grape M Y Glossy and thin-skinned. Known for their low acidity and mild, sweet flavors.
Patio/Container Tomatoes
Better Bush M R Real tomato flavor. 8 oz. fruit. Good for containers.
Bush Beefsteak E R Compact, bushy plants. Large fruit. HY
Bush Champion II E R Big meaty tomatoes. Excellent taste.
Bush Early Girl E R Excellent flavor, high yield. 6-8 oz. DR
Husky Red E R Medium size fruit all summer. DR
Patio M R Medium size, smooth, firm fruit. DR
Stellar E R Smooth, medium size. Slicing. DR HY
Sunrise Sauce E O Sweet, meaty. Yields large amounts at one time. Roma-type paste/cooking tomato.
Window Box Roma M R Pear-shaped, 2-3 oz., compact, delicious.
Hanging Basket Tomatoes
Topsy Tom VE R Flexible stems hold up in the wind.
Tumbling Tom M R Sweet, juicy 1-2″ tomatoes on weeping 2′ stems. Excellentt fresh.
Early Tomatoes
Champion E R Great for sandwiches. Best early type. DR
Early Girl II VE R Tasty fruit, first to ripen. DR
Stupice E R Rich, tangy flavor. HY H
Beefsteak Tomatoes
Beefmaster L R Extra-large, great flavor, crack free. DR
Big Beef E R Smooth, enormous fruit. DR HY AAS
Buffalo Steak M R Prolonged harvests of deep red fruit. Meaty with few seeds. Silky texture. HY
Hillbilly L P Heirloom, big, juicy, exquisite flavor. HY
Supersteak L R Large fruit, good for sandwiches. DR, HY
Yellow Tomatoes
Golden Queen M Y Yellow with pink blush. Superior flavor. Delicious, full sweet taste. Heirloom.
Lemon Boy M Y Tasty, sweet, juicy, low acid. HY
Yellow Brandywine L Y Heirloom, gourmet flavor.
Yellow Pear M Y Pickling, salads, preserves, great flavor.
Yellow Plum M Y Mild and sweet. Small oval fruit.
Green Tomatoes
Green Zebra M G-Y Very flavorful-sweet yet zingy.
Hybrid Tomatoes
Better Boy M R Succulent, juicy yet meaty. DR
Big Boy M R Juicy, smooth fruit. Popular variety. HY
Camaro M R Compact plants with extra large, firm tomatoes. Stronger plant. DR HY
Celebrity M R Flavorful, firm fruit on strong vines. AAS
Jetsetter E R Sweet flavor, crack free skin. HY
Think Pink E P Juicy, meaty. Balance of sweetmess and acidity. HY
Roma Tomatoes
La Roma II M R Elongated, oval shape. Good for sauces, purees. DR
Marzinera M R Meaty, 2 to 3 oz., bright red roma/paste fruits. Great for salsas, canning, cooking.
Plum Regal (Crimson) M R Early blight & crack resistant, few seeds.
Pozzano L R San Marzano hybrid organic tomato. Smooth, solid fruit for sauces. HY
San Marzano M R Heirloom. Huge plum-type from Tuscany, flavorful enough to eat fresh.
Heirloom Tomatoes
Abe Lincoln M R Packed with great tomato flavor.
Arkansas Traveler L P Heirloom, tolerates hot weather. HY
Black Krim L BI Dark brown and red, rich flavor. HY
Boxcar Willie L R Heirloom. Excellent flavor. HY
Brandywine Pink L P Heirloom. Rich flavor, great for juice.
Brandywine Red M R Heirloom. Intense tomato flavor. HY
Caspian Pink L P Heirloom. Mild yet sweet. Beefsteak type.
Cherokee Carbon M P Big, pink fruit with outstanding flavor.
Cherokee Purple L PR Heirloom. Sweet & rich flavor. HY
German Johnson L R-P Heirloom. Low acid, potato-leaf foliage.
Ike’s West Virginia L R Large plants with sweet, rich fruit. HY
Mortgage Lifter (Radiator Charlie) M P Pink variety with meaty fruit & great taste.
Mr. Stripey L BI Heirloom. Yellow with red-streaked flesh.
Oxheart L R Meaty, few seeds. Perfect for slicing.
Rutgers M R Heirloom. Old fashioned flavor. DR
White Beauty M W White flesh and skin. Mild flavor. HY
Tomatilloes
Green Tomatillo E G Harvest when green for salsa.
Ground Cherries
Ground Cherry M O Small orange fruit similar in size and shape to a cherry tomato. Fruit is covered in papery husk. Flavor is a pleasant, unique tomato/pineapple like blend.
 
PEPPERS
VARIETY R* C* FEATURES
Sweet Bell Peppers
Albino White VE W Dwarf bush produces white peppers. DR
Big Bertha E DG Elongated, largest on market. Thick. DR
Big Red M R Very sweet. Salad & stuffing. HY
California Wonder E DG Thick flesh, stuffing, ripens to red.
Early Summer M Y Extra large golden yellow. Earliest, biggest, and brightest. DR
Orange Blaze E O Crunchy, sweet, bright orange. Stocky, well-branched plant. DR HY AAS
Purple Beauty E Pr Thick flesh, salads.
Red Baron E R King of the reds. Thick, sweet flesh. HY
Tequila M P Lilac gourmet pepper. Improved vigor.
Wizard E DG Blocky, smooth, attractive fruit that mature from dark green to red. DR HY
Sweet Tapered Bell Pepper
Bounty Sweet Banana M Y-G Matures from light-yellow to bright-red. 9-10″ long fruit. HY
Cubanelle E Y-G Heirloom. Big Melrose, pungent flavor.
Giant Marconi E G Melrose hybrid, salads, fry, roast. AAS
Golden Marconi E Y Heirloom Italian. Large sweet, crisp yellow peppers 6-8″ long.
Gypsy VE Y-G Wedge shape, high yield, DR AAS
Pepperoncini M G-R Long, slightly wrinkled fruit. Harvest green or red.
Sweet Melrose VE G Melrose type, frying, ripens to red. HY
Cherry Pepper
Sweet Cherry M G Thick flesh, sweet cherry, ripens to red.
Hot Cherry Large Red M G-R Hot, flattened, globe-shaped. Deep green fruits 1.5″ across turn cherry red.
Spicy Tapered Peppers
SU = Scoville Units measure the hotness of a pepper
Anaheim M G Long thin, chili relleno type, ripens red.
3,000 SU
Ancho San Martin M G-R Uniform heart-shaped peppers, turns red.
1,500-4,500 SU
Garden Salsa M G-R Mildly hot. Tapered, ripens red.
500-4,000 SU
Hungarian Hot Wax Banana E Y Tapered, pickling, ripens to red. HY
2,500-5,00 SU
Spanish Spice E DG Spicy flavor that is neither hot nor sweet.
1,000 SU
Sport M G Medium Hot. Great for Hot Dogs.
1,000 SU
Sweet Heat VE G-R Harvest green or red. Smokey flavor. Compact.
3,000 SU
Hot Peppers
SU = Scoville Units measure the hotness of a pepper
Cayenne M R Used to flavor spicy dishes and sauces.
30,000-50,000 SU
Chiltepin VL R Tiny pea-shaped chile.
100,000 SU
El Jefe (Jalapeno) M G-R Glossy dark green to dark red when mature. HY
2,500-10,000 SU
Flaming Jade (Serrano) M R Heavy set of large, long, firm fruit. Great in sauces, pico de gallo. AAS
3,500 SU
Ghost (Jolokia) L R Hottest pepper in the world.
1.45 Million SU
Giant Ristra L R Versatile. Looks like a Marconi with cayenne heat. AAS
30,000-50,000 SU
Habanero Red VL R Blistering hot pepper.
225,000 SU
Habanero Orange VL O 1-1.5″ long, orange colored hot pepper.
100,000-350,000 SU
Inferno (Hungarian Hot Wax) E R Large, smooth skinned, and pale lime green turning red. Ideal for roasting and frying.
1,000 SU
Jalapeno E G Jumbo jalapenos, stuff or use for salsa.
1,000-5,000 SU
La Bomba (Jalapeno) E G Large, dark green, with thick walls. Use fresh or for “poppers”.
5,000 SU
Mayan Red L R Elongated, glossy bright red. Vigorous.
200,000-300,000 SU
Mucho Nacho (Jalapeno) E DG Hotter than Jalapeno, thicker walls. DR
4,000 SU
Pequin M R Tiny chili at only 1″ long. Turn from green to orange to red.
50,000 SU
Portugal Cayenne E R Twice as large as other cayenne. Long, thin, wrinkled.
50,000 SU
Scorpion L O Second hottest chili on the planet! Wrinkled, lantern-shaped fruits ripen to a searing red-orange.
1.2 million SU
Serrano Chili M G Heirloom, slim, ripens red.
10,000-23,000 SU
Super Chili M G Cone shape, ripens to red. AAS
80,000 SU
Tabasco L Y-G Fiery hot. Yellow-green fruit. Tall plant.
30,000-50,000 SU
Thai Hot VE G-R Bright red & green covered plants. Good for containers. HY
100,00-350,000 SU
EGGPLANT, CUCUMBERS, & VINES

VARIETY R* FEATURES
Eggplant
Black Bell II M Oval, deep glossy purple color.
Black Shine E Asian type. Black, long, slim fruit.
Gretel E Small, white fruits, pick often. AAS
Hansel E Cylindrical fruit, pick 2-8″. Good for containers.
Long Purple Italian M Slender, mild. Tall, upright plants.
Rosa Bianca M Round fruit streaked with white and violet. Plump, variably ribbed. Mild, creamy taste.
Tycoon (Millionaire) M Purple, long, slim, Ichiban improved.
White Star M Tear-drop shape. White skin. No bitterness.
Burpless Cucumber
Burpless # 26 M Eat when young, no peeling, stake.
Burpless Bush E Sweet, bitter free. 12″
Summer Top E Crisp, refreshing taste. No peeling. 9″
Sweet Slice E Very sweet, bitter free, no peeling. 10-12″
Sweet Success E Non bitter, no peeling. 12-14″ AAS
Pickling Cucumber
Cucamelon E Tiny melon with the flavor of pure cucumber with a refreshing tinge of lime. Slice or pickle.
Gherkin E Mini fruit’s sweet cucumber flavor is combined with a tangy sourness: as if pickled already.
Pioneer E Excellent quality, uniform fruit.
Slicing Cucumbers
Armenian E Long, slim, ribbed fruits. Crisp and juicy. 12″
Diva M Sweet, non bitter. 6-8″ AAS
Emperator E Vigorous, high yielding plants. 5″
Fanfare E Compact plant. Great quality. 8-9″ AAS
Salad Bush E Compact, good for containers. Straight, dark, 6-7″
Saladmore Bush E Dual-purpose, perfect for growing in containers or small gardens. Crisp with mild, sweet flavor. AAS
Straight Eight Spacemaster E Non trailing, forms a small bush while still bearing well. Thin, dark green. HY
Pumpkin
Atlantic Giant VL Lovely, giant, pink-orange pumpkins can weigh over 800 lbs.
Big Max L Up to 100 lbs. or more. Makes excellent pies. Fine-grained, bright orange flesh.
Cinderella’s Carriage VL Pinkish-red colored fruits have a flattened-round shape. 20-35 pounds. Sweet, nutty flavor. AAS.
First Prize VL 80-300 lb. with excellent color.
Howden VL 20-30 lb. Round shape. Rich orange color.
Jack O Lantern L 10-18 lb. Excellent for carving and cooking.
Orange Smoothie E 5-8 lb. Almost perfect shape, compact plant. AAS
Sorcerer M 15-25 lb. Heavy ribbing. Strong handles. AAS
Spirit E 12 lb. Semi-bush habit. Well-shaped. AAS
Sugar Pie L Great for baking. Thick, sweet, dry, orange flesh.
Summer Squash
Aristocrat Zucchini E Dark green, smooth skin, bush type.
Cocozelle Zucchini M Italian zucchini. Light green striping.
Gold Rush Zucchini E Deep golden, smooth, excellent flavor. AAS
Prolific Straightneck E Prolific bush type. Smooth, yellow, HY
Total Eclipse Scallopini E Yellow scallop, patty pan, bush-type.
Yellow Crookneck E Heirloom. Glossy butter-yellow, bush type.
Winter Squash
Butter Bush M Deep red-orange flesh is rich and delicious.
Buttercup L Green skin, smooth orange flesh, flavorful.
Canesi Butternut E Smooth fruits, excellent flavor. AAS
Cream of the Crop Acorn M Compact bush. Creamy white. Nutty. AAS
Honeynut Butternut L 4-5″ mini-butternut fruit with luscious orange flesh.
Primavera Spaghetti L Very uniform, high yielding with a very nice, canary yellow skin color.
Taybelle Acorn M Dark green fruit, acorn, thick orange flesh.
Tivoli Spaghetti L Spaghetti squash, light yellow, oblong. AAS
Watermelon
Crimson Sweet M Round. Crisp, excellent flavor.
Harvest Moon E Healthy, shorter vines. Earlier to ripen, higher yielding, better tasting, seedless. AAS
Shiny Boy M Deep red flesh of these 20 pound globe shaped, striped melons has sweet, tropical taste and crisp texture.
Sugar Baby M Icebox type. Sweet, solid flesh.
Sweet Favorite E Sweet. Small seeds. Highly productive.
Honeydew Melon
Honeydew Melon L Sweetest of all melons. Green skin and flesh.
Muskmelon
Burpee Hybrid M Delicious flavor. Vigorous. Large round fruits.
Goddess E Extra sweet, juicy, golden-orange flesh with wonderful flavor and aroma. Well-netted. DR HY
 
COLD SEASON CROPS
Beets
Bulls Blood E Heirloom. Deepest red foliage for salads. Harvest young baby beets.
Detroit Dark Red E Heirloom. Short top, globe shape.
Golden Globe E Orange roots with a rich gold interior that will not bleed Yellow stems.
Broccoli
Arcadia E Heavy firm heads. Vigorous, cold tolerant.
Diplomat M Good heat and cold tolerance, and it produces uniform semi-domed heads. DR
Romanesco L Roman cauliflower. Apple-green whorled heads. Nutty taste. Heirloom.
Brussel Sprouts
Jade Cross M Perfectly round, 2″ dark green. Flavorful. Tolerates heat, drought. More compact HY
Cabbage
Danish Ballhead L Heirloom. Large, solid heads. Best late variety.
Early Jersey Wakefield M Heirloom. Sweet and flavorful. Compact, conical heads.
Ruby Perfection M Solid, 6-8″ deep red heads are slow to burst.
Stonehead M Tightly packed heads are short-cored and average 4- to 6- lbs. Won’t burst. Resist yellowing, black rot.
Carrots
Nantes Scarlet M Half-long type reaching 6-7″ long. Sweet, brilliant orange. Fine-grained, no core.
Rainbow E Mix of Cosmic Purple and Atomic Red carrots. Crunchy, mild, and tasty.
Cauliflower
Snow Crown E Vigorous snowball type. Very smooth. Pure white. 2 lbs. Excellent quality.
Celery
Giant Pascal L Heirloom. Very productive. Standard green.
Celeriac
Celeriac L White fleshed knobby root. Excellent flavor.
Kohlrabi
Winner E Produces large bulbs. Very flavorful.
Parsley Root
Hamburg M Parsnip-like. Used for flavoring. 8-10″.
Turnip
White Globe E Heirloom. Firm, crisp flesh. Eat raw or cooked.
 
LEAF CROPS
Collards
Georgia M Tender blue-green leaves. Cabbage-like flavor.
Kale
Black Magic Lacinato E Deep green color and exceptionally sweet, rich flavor.
Dwarf Green Curled E Popular, compact curly dark green kale.
Red Russian E Smooth red leaves. Tender texture.
Tuscan Lacinato E Heirloom. Bluish-green, long, narrow leaves.
White Russian E Green, frilled leaves with white mid-veins. Sweeter after frost.
Lettuce
Bibb Forcing M Heirloom. Dark green leaves, firm & tender.
Buttercrunch M Compact, heavy butterhead. Crisp, but juicy. AAS
Romaine (Cos) M Heirloom. Crunchy, spoon-shaped leaves.
Mesculun Mix E Tender, young red and green. Harvest in 3-4 weeks.
Red Romaine E Heirloom. Red, narrow, crunchy leaves.
Red Sails E Loose bronze-red leaves with open head. AAS
Salad Bowl Green E Crisp, tender, sweet flavor. Large, deeply lobed leaves. Slow to bolt. AAS
Sandy Oakleaf Ruffled bright green leaves in densely packed whorls. Heat tolerant. AAS
Spinach
Nobel E Heirloom. Extremely large leaves, spreading.
Swiss Chard
Bright Lights E Multicolored stems. For salads as ornamental.
Green (Luculus) E Heirloom. Heavily crumpled.
Oriole E Orange stems, milder flavor.
Peppermint Hot-pink-and-white, topped with forest-green leaves packed with flavor.
Ruby Red E Dark green leaves with brilliant red stalks.
 
BUNCHING CROPS
Leeks
Broad Scotch L Thick, straight necks. For soups and stews.
Onioins
Candy L Jumbo, golden-colored. Sweet, mild flavor.
Long White Bunching L Heirloom. Long, silvery-white stalks.
Red Burgundy L Purplish-red skin, white flesh. Good keeper.
Spanish White L Sweet white flesh. Bunching type.
Spanish Utah Yellow VL Yellow skin. Mild, sweet flesh. Good keeper.
Vidalia M Very sweet with light yellow flesh. HY
Walla Walla VL Heirloom. Very sweet and juicy.
 
OTHER VEGETABLES
Bean
Blue Lake Pole E Heirloom. Green pole bean. 8″ thick, oval.
Romano Gina Pole E Italian flat podded bean. 6″ long. Full flavor.
Tendergreen E Bush, stringless. Tender, rich flavor. DR
Pencil Pod Yellow E Vibrant yellow pods that are tender with a great flavor. Black seeds. DR
Corn
Bodacious Yellow M Juicy, plump, tender kernels.
Silver Queen White L Snow white kernels. Best tasting white corn.
Okra
Clemson Spineless E Flavorful, tender, spineless. 3-4″ long. HY
Peas
Oregon Sugar Pod M Wide, edible pods are sweet and crispy. HY
Sugar Snap M Thick, tender pods. Sweet delicious. AAS
Sweet Potato
Beauregard M Crack-free red tubers, orange flesh.
Centennial E Earliest to mature. Dusky rose skin. Deep orange flesh.

AQUATIC PLANTS

We carry a wide selection of aquatic plants and water garden supplies.

Hardy Aquatic Plants — Plants that will overwinter under Chicago area conditions with some maintenance.

Hardy Marginal and Bog Plants are planted along the margins of the pond in shallow water or in moist soil. They provide a vertical element to the garden.

Arrowhead Cattail
Forget Me Not
Horsetail
Hardy Water Iris
Marsh Marigold
Pickerel Rush
Purple Thalia
Reeds
Rushes
Sweet flag
Sweetfly
Water Celery
Water Chestnut
Water Clover

Hardy Water Lilies have floating foliage and colorful flowers. Most require 5-6 hours of direct sunlight and 4-12″ of water over the rootstock.

Lotus are graceful plants with spectacular blooms. They can be planted in a tub above ground (in which case they must have winter protection) or in a garden pool. Require at least 5-6 hours of direct sunlight and still water 2-4″ deep.

Tropical Aquatic Plants — Plants that will not survive freezing temperatures.

Tropical Marginal and Bog Plants are planted along the margins of the pond in shallow water or in moist soil.

Papyrus
Pennywort
Sensitive Plant
Taro
Umbrella Grasses
Water Bluebell
Water Cannas
Water Hyacinth

Tropical Water Lilies — Tropical water lilies are fragrant and are classified as either day or night bloomers. Require at least 4 hours of direct sunlight and still water 6-18″ deep.

Oxygenators — Submerged plants that add oxygen to the water and serve as a filter by absorbing dissolved nutrients and competing with algae. They are essential for ponds with fish.

Fish: Koi, Shubunkins, Fantails, Butterfly Koi, and Comets available when weather permits.

Snails and Tadpoles

Aquatic Supplies
EPDM Rubber Liner (Call for prices and availability):

15 ft. width   778115
20 ft. width   778120

Aquatic Tubs & Pots
Fountains
Pumps
UV Stabilizers

To calculate the number of gallons in a pond:
Multiply Length x Depth x Width x 7.5
Siting Your Water Garden: Locate your water garden in an area with as much direct sunlight as possible. It should be as level as possible and out of the path of runoff, and where it will not collect leaves in the fall.

MULCH
Length: (feet)
Width: (feet)
Depth:
You will need approximately:
* cubic yards of mulch.
or
* (3 cubic foot) bags.
*Please round all values up to ensure proper coverage.

Formula for determining square foot areas:

Circles:  Area = Diameter² x 0.7854
Triangles:  Area = 1/2 Base x Height
Rectangles:  Area = Base x Height

Formula for determining mulch and topsoil:

CUBIC YARDS:
(L in ft x W in ft x D in inches) ÷ 324 = Cubic Yards

CUBIC FEET:
(L in ft x W in ft x D in inches) ÷ 12 = Cubic Feet

*Note: 1 Yard = 27 cubic feet

Coverage Chart for Mulches & Compost (Approximate)
Depth 1 cu yd 1.5 cu ft bag 2 cu ft bag 3 cu ft bag
1″ 324 sq ft 18 sq ft 24 sq ft 36 sq ft
2″ 162 sq ft 9 sq ft 12 sq ft 18 sq ft
3″ 108 sq ft 6 sq ft 8 sq ft 12 sq ft
4″ 81 sq ft 4.5 sq ft 6 sq ft 9 sq ft
5″ 65 sq ft 3.5 sq ft 4.75 sq ft 7 sq ft
6″ 54 sq ft 3 sq ft 4 sq ft 6 sq ft
Coverage Chart Mulches & Compost (Cubic Yards)

Example: Area of 300 sq ft @ 3″ deep = 3 cu yds needed

Area of sq ft 50 100 200 300 400 500
Depth 2″ .25 .5 1+ 2 2.5 3+
3″ .5 1 2 3 4 4.5
4″ .5+ 1+ 2.5 3.5 5 6
6″ 1 2 3.5 5.5 7.5 9
8″ 1+ 2.5 5 7.5 10 12
12″ 2 4 7.5 11 15 18.5
WESTERN DECORATIVE BARK MULCHES
CHUNK BARK SMALL
B1S

The 3 cubic foot bag of chunk will cover approximately 9 square feet, 3′ deep.

CHUNK BARK LARGE
B2L
CHUNK BARK MEDIUM
B2M
CHUNK BARK SMALL
B2S

The 2 cubic foot bag of chunk will cover approximately 6 square feet, 2″ deep.

COCOA BEAN MULCH
B2

The 2 cubic foot bag will cover approximately 12 square feet, 2″ deep.

SHREDDED CYPRESS BARK MULCH
B5

The 3 cubic foot bag will cover approximately 9 square feet, 3″ deep.

PINE BARK MULCH
B4
PINE BARK NUGGETS MINI
B4M

The 2 cubic foot bag will cover apporximately 6 square feet, 2″ deep.

WESTERN RED CEDAR
B16

The 2 cubic foot bag will coverver approximately 6 square feet, 2″ deep.

SHREDDED HARDWOOD BARK
B6

The 3 cubic foot bag will cover approximately 9 square feet, 3″ deep.

BULK SHREDDED HARDWOOD BARK
B7

One cubic yard of brown natural shredded hardwood bark mulch will cover approximately 100 square feet, 2″ deep.

PREMIUM SHREDDED HARDWOOD BARK
B12

The 2 cubic foot bag will cover approximately 6 square feet, 2″ deep.

BULK PREMIUM DARK SHREDDED HARDWOOD BARK
B7B

One cubic yard of premium dark brown natural shredded hardwood bark mulch will cover approximately 100 square feet, 2″ deep.

PREMIUM SHREDDED HARDWOOD FINES
B1

The 2 cubic foot bag of premium natural brown finely ground hardwood fines will cover approximately 9 square feet, 3″ deep.

BULK PREMIUM SHREDDED HARDWOOD FINES
B1B

One cubic yard of premium dark brown natural shredded hardwood fines mulch will cover approximately 100 square feet, 2″ deep.

BULK CEDAR MULCH
B11
BULK CHOCOLATE BROWN MULCH
B15

One cubic yard of deep dark chocolate brown dyed shredded hardwood bark mulch will cover approximately 100 square feet, 2″ deep.

PLAYGROUND MULCH CHIPS
B8

Smooth-edged playground surface covering meeting ADA guidelines and ASTM testing requirements. The 2 cubic foot bag will cover approximately 8 square feet, 2″ deep.

RECYCLED COLOR ENHANCED WOOD MULCH
BRICK RED   B11R
HARVEST GOLD   B11G
BLACK   B13
DARK BROWN   B14

The 2 cubic foot bag will cover approximately 8 square feet, 2″ deep.

BULK RECYCLED BRICK RED MULCH
B10

One cubic yard of recycled brick red mulch will cover approximately 100 square feet, 2″ deep.

STONE
Rock Coverage Chart for Stone (Approximate)

Recommended Depth of Coverage: 3 inches
Number of .5 (1/2) cubic foot bags needed to cover bed size

Length of Bed
Width 5 ft 10 ft 15 ft 20 ft 30 ft
5 ft 13 25 38 50 76
10 ft 25 50 76 100 160
15 ft 38 76 113 150 225
20 ft 50 100 150 200 300
STONE
 

One cubic foot or 1/2 cubic foot bag of stone will cover approximately 3 square feet, 2″ deep.

PEA GRAVEL SMALL 1/2 cu. ft. R7
POND ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R8
RIVER ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R9
LIMESTONE PASVER BASE 1/2 cu. ft. R27

MERRIMAC PEBBLES SMALL 1/2 cu. ft. R5
BLUSH PINK ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R11
PURPLE MOUNTAIN ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R16
CORAL TIFF ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R21

GREY SLATE ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R1
INDIAN SUNSET ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R2
WHITE MARBLE 1/2 cu. ft. R4
OBSIDIAN QUARTZ BLACK 1/2 cu. ft. R6
DESERT SUNSET ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R22

BLACK VOLCANIC ROCK 1 cu. ft. R12B
RED VOLCANIC ROCK 1 cu. ft. R12R
ALABAMA SUNSET ROCK 1/2 cu. ft. R23

BLUE STONE CHIPS 6″ 1/2 cu. ft. R3
MEXICAN PEBBLES 32 lb. R28
CRUSHED LIMESTONE SCREENINGS
R13

An excellent base for brick patios or informal walkways. One ton screenings covers approximately 100 square feet, 3″ deep.

WASHED GRAVEL
 

One ton washed gravel will cover approximately 150 square feet, 2″ deep.

Pea Gravel   R15a
5/8 inch – 3/4 inch   R15b
1 inch – 1 1/2 inch   R15d
Grade 9 crushed gravel   R15e
LANDSCAPE BOULDERS
BOUL
FLAGSTONE
FLAG

Fond Du Lac Flagstone Steppers (1 ton covers 75 square feet)
Fond Du Lac 2-3″ Uniform Drywall (1 ton covers 20 square feet)
1 pallet = 2,000 to 3,000 LBS.

TYPAR LANDSCAPE FABRIC
 
3′ x 25′ roll   10796
3′ x 50′ roll   10797
3′ x 100′ roll   10798

SOIL AND SOIL ADDITIVES
COUNTRYSIDE PREMIUM POTTING SOIL
 

Potting mix specially formulated for containers, hanging baskets, pots, planters and window boxes. Used by greenhouse staff for Countryside grown plants. Contains peat moss, vermiculite, perlite and composted pinebark. Ready to use.

Premium Potting Soil (1 Cubic Foot Bag) CSIDE
Premium Potting Soil (2 Cubic Foot Bag) CSIDE2
DR. EARTH® HOME GROWN® VEGETABLE GARDEN PLANTING MIX

Creates the perfect soil conditions to promote plant health and abundant vegetables and herbs. Can be used as an amendment for planting trees, shrubs, bare root planting and flowers. Rich in green-fed earthworm castings, cold water kelp meal, wild-caught fish bone meal, soybean meal and rich organic nutrients.

1.5 Cubic Foot   21585
DR. EARTH® NATURAL CHOICE® ALL PURPOSE COMPOST

Creates the perfect soil conditions to promote plant health and optimum growth. Can be used as an amendment for planting trees, shrubs, bare root planting, flowers, vegetables and over seeding lawns. Rich in earthworm castings, alfalfa meal, kelp meal and a blend of organic nutrients.

1.5 Cubic Foot   21588
DR. EARTH® POT OF GOLD® ALL PURPOSE POTTING SOIL

Use in all outdoor and indoor potting and container applications. Can be used as a soil amendment for in-ground planting: trees, shrubs, bare root planting, flowers and vegetables; mulching; and seed cover. Great for indoor garden production. Rich in premium blend of organic nutrients.

1.5 Cubic Foot   21589
DR. EARTH® TOTAL ADVANTAGE® POTTING MIX

Promotes blooms in all flowering plants: roses, trees, shrubs, annuals. Can be used as an amendment for planting trees, shrubs, bare root planting, flowers and vegetables. Rich in valley grown alfalfa meal, wild-caught Alaskan fish bone meal and a blend of organic nutrients.

1.5 Cubic Foot   21587
METRO MIX®
 

All purpose potting mix contains peat moss, vermiculite, perlite and composted pinebark. No mixing required. Excellent for hanging baskets, planter boxes and all container gardening. 2.8 cubic foot bag.

Metro Mix 200   14155
Metro Mix 360   18333
Metro Mix 510   11912
MIRACLE GRO® POTTING MIX
 

Feeds up to 6 months. For healthy, vigorous plants.

8 Quart   21573
16 Quart   21574
1 Cubic Foot   21575
2 Cubic Feet   21576
MIRACLE GRO® MOISTURE CONTROL POTTING MIX

Exclusive Aquacoir® formula absorbs 33% more water than ordinary potting soil and protects against over and underwatering.

1 Cubic Foot   21578
TOPSOIL
TOP

The 40 lb. bag covers approximately 5 square feet, 2″ deep. One yard is approximately 60 bags.

BULK PULVERIZED TOPSOIL
BTS1

Pulverized field topsoil.

BULK PULVERIZED TOPSOIL BLEND
BTS2

The blend consists of 1/3 soil, 1/3 sand and 1/3 humus. Excellent for topdressing a lawn, new seeding area or to use for raised garden beds.

1 cubic yard of topsoil covers:

1″ deep 320 sq. ft. (32’x10′)
2″ deep 160 sq. ft. (16’x10′)
4″ deep 80 sq. ft. (8’x10′)
CANADIAN PEAT MOSS
 

New Lawns: Before seeding dig up 4 to 6 inches of topsoil and mix thoroughly with light layer of peat moss. After seeding, the peat moss protects seed and helps germination.
Established Lawns: 3.8 cubic feet covers 300 square feet light top dressing.
Garden Use: 3.8 cubic feet covers 50 square feet, 2″ deep.

1 cubic foot   PM1
2.2 cubic foot   PM2
3.8 cubic foot   PM4
COTTON BURR COMPOST
CBC

This compost provides a rich food source for soil organisms. It is unsurpassed in its ability to break up clays. It improves moisture retension and fertility in sands. It does not tie up nutrients like wood and wood by-products. It is free from chemicals, weeds, insects and pathogens. 2 cubic feet bag.

LEAF COMPOST
B19

Use to improves the structure and water-holding capacity of soil. Leaf compost creates the perfect conditions for the community of beneficial organisms that dwell in the soil, and it’s a great addition to potting mix.
.75 cubic feet bag

BULK LEAF COMPOST
BLC
MUSHROOM COMPOST
MCO

Used as an amendment for the improvement of existing low fertility soil. Use as a mulch for upgrading soil condition and adding nutrition to existing beds. New plants establish faster and more vigorously.
1.5 cubic feet bag

BULK MUSHROOM COMPOST
MCOB
COW MANURE — Composted
COWC

Natural organic fertilizer for soils, can be used throughout the growing season. 40 lb. bag.

GYPSUM — Pellets
GYP1

Loosens “tight” clay soils, aiding soil aeration and water percolation. Best for lawns. 40 lb. bag

TORPEDO SAND, GRANULAR
SAN2

A grainy sand used for patios, construction sites and to improve soil aeration and drainage. One bag will cover approximately 3 sq. ft. 1″ deep.
1/2 cu. ft. bag

BULK TORPEDO SAND, GRANULAR
BSAN1

One ton of sand will cover approximately 125 sq. ft. 2″ deep.

BULK MASON SAND
BSAN2

One ton of sand will cover approximately 125 sq. ft. 2″ deep.

PLAY SAND
SAN

Used for sandboxes, gardens or swimming pool bases. One bag will cover approximately 3 sq. ft. 1″ deep.
1 yd = 1 ½
Ton = 3,000 lbs.
50 lb.bag.

LAKE MICHIGAN PREMIUM WHITE PLAY SAND
SANW

One bag will cover approximately 3 sq. ft. 1″ deep.
50 lb.bag.

PATIO BLOCKS

CONCRETE PATIO BLOCKS

NATURAL — Smooth Concrete
12″ Round Natural   PB1
12″ Square Natural   PB3
18″ Round Natural   PB2
18″ Square Natural   PB4
24″ Square Natural   PB20
12″ Exposed Stone Surface
12″ Round Black   PB6BL
12″ Square Black   PB8BL
12″ Round Dark Brown   PB6DB
12″ Square Dark Brown   PB8DB
18″ Exposed Stone Surface
18″ Round Black   PB7BL
18″ Square Black   PB9BL
18″ Round Dark Brown   PB7DB
18″ Square Dark Brown   PB9DB
18″ Square Peastone Light Brown PB9LB
18″ Round Peastone Light Brown PB7LB
18″ Square Cobblestone PB10
18″ Square Red Cobblestone PB10R
18″ Square Pebblestone PB17
Brickface
18″ Square Red   PB5R
18″ Square Gray   PB5G
Splash Blocks
24″ Splash Blocks   PB14

GRASS SEED & SOD
BLACK BEAUTY™ ULTRA

Geminates faster due to Frontier Perennial Ryegrass. Fills in damaged lawn areas. These grasses grow a naturally dark-green and beautiful lawn. Heat and drought tolerance. Endophyte enhanced for improved insect resistance.

30% Dakota Tall Fescue
30% Montana Tall Fescue
20% Tonto Tall Fescue
10% Madison Kentucky Bluegrass
10% Frontier Perennial Rye Grass
1 lbs.   742031
3 lbs.   742004
7 lbs.   742005
25 lbs.   742017
FULL SUN

Provides a long-lasting lawn of the highest quality in stressful sunny growing conditions. Survives on south facing slopes and will not thin out. Highest ranking endophytic turfgrass varieties deter damage from insects.

30% Dakota Tall Fescue
25% Montana Tall Fescue
20% Frontier Perennial Ryegrass
15% Madison Kentucky Bluegrass
10% Singular Perennial Ryegrass
1 lbs.   742019
3 lbs.   742020
7 lbs.   742021
25 lbs.   742022
SUN & SHADE

Will grow a thick, dark-green lawn in both sun and partial shade areas. Wide adaptability and elite varieties make this the most popular grass seed mixture. Endophyte enhanced for improved insect resistance.

30% Dakota Tall Fescue
20% Montana Tall Fescue
15% Frontier Perennial Ryegrass
15% Madison Kentucky Blue
10% Stanton Perennial Rye
10% Hoods Chewing Fescue
1 lbs.   742027
3 lbs.   742013
7 lbs.   742028
25 lbs.   742029
SHADY NOOKS™

Especially made to survive in damp soil, or in dry poor soils. Works well under extremely dense tree shade. Endophyte enhanced for improved insect resistance. Contains Poa Trivialis, a shade tolerant grass that grows well in moist, shady areas. Contains Hard Fescue, the turfgrass requiring the least fertilizer.

20% Dakota Tall Fescue
20% Montana Tall Fescue
20% Harpoon Hard Fescue
20% Frontier Perennial Ryegrass
20% Sun-Up Poa Trivialis
1 lbs.   742023
3 lbs.   742008
7 lbs.   742010
25 lbs.   742024
DENSE SHADE™

Especially made to survive in shady areas and dry soils, in areas of heavy shade. Endophyte enhanced for improved insect resistance. Combines many grass types for species diversity.

20% Dakota Tall Fescue
20% Montana Tall Fescue
20% Frontier Perennial Ryegrass
15% Hoods Chewing Fescue
15% Eugene Creeping Red Fescue
10% Madison Kentucky Bluegrass
1 lbs.   8357
3 lbs.   8358
SOD MAKER™ ALL BLUEGRASS MIX

Contains four sod quality Kentucky Bluegrasses. Use to create a new lawn or to over seed a previously sodded Kentucky Bluegrass lawn. This seed mixture contains the same grasses that the sod growers use.

40% Madison Kentucky Blue
30% Deepblue Kentucky Blue
20% Krypton Kentucky Blue
10% Corsair Kentucky Blue
1 lbs.   742025
3 lbs.   742026
SOD
SOD

A blend of premium grasses. Best for our area.
1 Roll 16″ x 90″ = 10 sq ft
Sod availability dependent on weather conditions.

STRAW
 

New Lawns: One bale of straw covers approximately 500 square feet when used as a light mulch after seeding.

Bale   STRAW
Half Bale   STRAW2

FERTILIZERS

We recommend the following Jonathan Green lawn fertilizers for a healthy, lush lawn. We recommend the Espoma specialty fertilizers for the differing needs of various plant types.

ANNUAL LAWN CARE PROGRAM

Jonathan Green’s Annual Lawn Care Progam allows you to regularly care for your lawn by elminating and preventing problems from recurring. This program is the most powerful and effective way to keep your lawn looking better than ever! You’ll have everything you need to establish a long-lasting show lawn.

Application One: GREEN-UP CRABGRASS PREVENTER WITH LAWN FOOD
20-0-3

In the Spring, apply Green-Up Crabgrass Preventer before and after it germinates – while also feeding the lawn. Environmentally friendly-no phosphorus. Feeds for up to 3 months.

15 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696039
Application Two: GREEN-UP WEED & FEED WITH LAWN FOOD
21-0-3

Mid-Spring through Fall, apply Green-Up Weed & Feed to control broadleaf weeds where they appear while also feeding your lawn. Controls dandelion and over 250 broadleaf weeds. Greens the lawn in cooler temperatures. Feeds for up to 3 months.

15 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696043
Application Three: SUMMER SURVIVAL INSECT CONTROL PLUS LAWN FERTILIZER
13-0-3

Apply Summer Survival in the summer to help control insects while also feeding your lawn. Controls over 20 types of insects with slow-release nitrogen feeding.

16.65 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696041
Application Four: WINTER SURVIVAL FALL LAWN FOOD
10-0-20

After Labor Day, apply Winter Survival which provides the proper nutrition for a greener, thicker lawn. Promotes root growth and stores nutrients for spring. Iron helps keep the lawn a deep green color.

15 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696042
MAG-I-CAL™ CALCIUM SOIL REVIVING FERTILIZER

MAG-I-CAL™ is a highly soluble form of calcium, readily available for plant uptake or pH adjustment. Easy to spread pellets release trapped nutrients. Can be used throughout the yard. Boosts lawn’s color, reduces stress, improves soil texture, aids in water uptake. Use in place of sulphur. The missing ingredient in your lawn care program that makes everything else work better!

22.5 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696036
GREEN-UP LAWN FOOD
29-0-3

Green-Up fertilizer has 40% slow-release nitrogen continuously feeds the turf for 10-12 weeks. Contains 5% for maximum greening. Contains humates for root development.

15 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696045
GREEN-UP SEEDING & SODDING LAWN FOOD
12-18-8

Green-Up Seeding Lawn Food has a high-phosphorus formula that helps build a vigorous root system. For use when seeding, over-seeding or sodding to get grass off to a faster start. Contains 30% slow-release nitrogen and 1% iron for a thicker, greener lawn. Contains humates for root development.

4.5 lb bag treats 1,500 sq. ft. 696037
15 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696038
LOVE YOUR SOIL FERTILIZER

Love Your Soil Fertilizer contains amino acids to encourage soil microbes. It loosens heavy hard-packed soils and releases “tied-up” nutrients in the soil. It enhances grass root and root mass development. It is environmentally friendly and safe for people and pets. It increases resistance to heat and drought stress. The fertilizer contains humic and fulvic acids, calcium, sulfur, iron and molasses. Helps kick start your lawn in spring.

27 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 742032
ORGANIC WEED CONTROL PLUS FERTILIZER
10-0-0

All organic, all natural formulation of corn gluten. Provides complete coverage for superior pre-emergnet weed control plus an organic fertilizer. Use in lawns, landscape beds, and in vergetable gardens. Controls many grassy weeds from germinating, such as crabgrass, dandelions and over 20 other weeds. Greens up lawn quickly.

12.5 lb bag treats 2,500 sq. ft. 696044
50 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 1092
ORGANIC LAWN FOOD
8-0-2

Complex, all organic lawn fertilizer that provides excellent turf nutrition for 8-10 weeks. Contains iron for deep greening. Eco-friendly; no phosphorus. Rich in humates; restores soil life.

20 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 696023
ORGANIC INSECT CONTROL

Patented blend of plant oils kills and repels over 100 insects on contact. Environmentally safe for use around children and pets, not toxic. Use for outdoor perimeter home treatment on lawns and landscape areas.

10 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 742036
GRUB & INSECT CONTROL

Dual action systemic insecticide for use on lawns, flower beds and ornamentals. Provides long-lasting control against 25+ insects; one application kills grubs all season long. Apply any time, spring through late summer. Water in after application.

8 lb bag treats 5,000 sq. ft. 742034
ALL-PURPOSE FERTILIZERS
MILORGANITE
6-2-0

Natural organic fertilizer that is non-burning, releases slowly, rich in iron and adds organic matter to the soil. Can be used on trees, shrubs, flowers, and the lawn.

36 lb covers up to 2,500 sq. ft. 10006
ALL-PURPOSE FERTILIZER
12-12-12

General purpose for the lawn, garden or trees and shrubs.

50 lb covers up to 5,000 sq. ft. 11052
SPECIALTY FERTILIZERS
JACK’S PETUNIA PLUS FERTILIZER
20-6-22

Formulated especially for annuals to maximize blooms.

1.5 lb 691054
4 lb 1732
10 lb 691055
ESPOMA HOLLY TONE
4-3-4

For acid-loving plants: evergreens, dogwoods, hollies, azaleas.

4 lb bag 695007
8 lb bag 695010
18 lb bag 695011
ESPOMA TREE TONE
6-3-2

For shade, fruit and ornamental trees. Complex blend of natural organics.

4 lb bag 697008
18 lb bag 697007
ESPOMA PLANT TONE
5-3-3

All-natural, all purpose premium blend. Excellent starter plant food.

4 lb bag 691002
8 lb bag 691012
ESPOMA FLOWER TONE
3-4-5

For annuals and perennials. Low in nitrogen and rich in potash.

4 lb bag 691305
18 lb bag 691306
ESPOMA GARDEN TONE
3-4-4

Safe, continuous feeding for vegetables.

4 lb bag 691307
8 lb bag 691308
18 lb bag 691044
ESPOMA TOMATO TONE
3-4-6

For consistently plump, juicy tomatoes. Helps prevent blossom end rot.

4 lb bag 694112
18 lb bag 694113
ESPOMA ROSE TONE
4-3-2

Long-lasting reservoir of nutrients. Safe way to beautiful blooms.

4 lb bag 691205
18 lb bag 691204
ESPOMA PALM TONE
4-1-5

For palm, hibiscus, and tropical plants.

4 lb bag 695005

NURSERY CROSS REFERENCE
COMMON — BOTANIC NAME (GENUS)

Almond, Flowering — Prunus
Alpine Currant — Ribes
Arborvitae — Thuja
Ash Green — Fraxinus
Ash White — Fraxinus
Aspen — Populus
Azalea — Azalea
Barberry — Beberis
Bayberry — Myrica
Beech — Fagus
Birch — Betula
Black Alder — Alnus
Boxwood — Buxus
Buckthorn — Rhamnus
Burning Bush — Euonymus
Cherry, Flowering — Prunus
Chokeberry — Aronia
Cinquefoil — Potentilla
Cotoneaster — Cotoneaster
Peking — Acutifolia
Cranberrry — Apiculata
Crabapple — Malus
Cypress — Chamaecyparis
Dogwood — Cornus
Dwarf Burning Honeysuckle — Direvilla
Elm — Ulmus
Euonymus — Euonymus
Filbert — Corylus
Fir — Fir
Fir, Concolor — Abies
Fir, Fraser — Abies
Fir, Douglas — Pseudotsuga
Forsythia — Forsythia
Fothergilla — Fothergilla
Hawthorn — Crataegus
Hazelnut — Corylus
Hemlock — Tsuga
Hibiscus — Althea
Holly — Ilex
Honeysuckle — Lonicera
Hornbeam — Carpinus
Horsechestnut — Aesculus
Hydrangea — Hydrangea
Inkberry — Ilex
Itea — Itea
Ivy — Hedera
Juniper — Juniperus
KentuckyCoffeetree — Gymnocladus
Larch — Larix
Lilac — Syringa
Linden (Basswood) — Tilia
Locust — Gleditsia
Maidenhair Tree — Ginkgo
Magnolia — Magnolia
Maple, Amur — Acer Ginnala
Maple, Norway — Acer platanoides
Maple, Red — Acer rubrum
Maple, Sugar — Acer saccharum
Mockorange — Philadelphus
Mountain Ash — Sorbus
Myrtle — Vinca
Ninebark — Physocarpus
Oak — Quercus
Pear, Flowering — Pyrus
Peashrub — Caragana
Periwinkle — Vinca
Pine — Pinus
Plum — Prunus
Poplar — Populus
Privet — Ligustrum
Quince, Flowering — Chaenomeles
Redbud — Cercis
Rhododendron — Rhododendron
Rose of Sharon — Althea, Hibiscus
Serviceberry — Amelanchier
Siberian Carpet — Microbiota
Smoke Tree — Cotinus
Spirea — Spirea
Spruce — Picea
St. John’s Wort — Hypericum
Sumac — Rhus
Summersweet — Clethra
Sweetgum — Liquidambar
Tamarisk — Tamarix
Viburnum — Viburnum
Viburnum, American Cranberry Bush — v. Trilobum
Viburnum, Arrowood — Dentatum
Viburnum, Blackhawk — Prunifolium
Viburnum, Burkwood — Burkwoodii
Viburnum, European Cranberry Bush — Opulus
Viburnum, Judd — Juddii
Viburnum, Koreanspice — Carlesi
Viburnum, Shasta Doublefile — Plicatum
Walnut — Juglans
Weigela — Weigela
Willow — Salix
Wintercreeper — Euonymus
Witchhazel — Hamamelis
Yew — Taxus
Yucca — Yucca

PERENNIAL CROSS REFERENCE
COMMON — BOTANICAL NAMES

Ageratum, Hardy — Eupatorium
Alkanet — Brunnera/Anchusa
Alumroot — Heuchera
Alyssum — Aurinia
Apple Blossom Grass — Gaura
Asperula — Galium
Avens — Geum
Baby’s Breath — Gypsophilia
Bachelor’s Button — Centaurea
Balloon flower — Platycodon
Barren Strawberry — Waldsteinia
Barrenwort — Epimedium
Basket of Gold — Aurinia
Bear’s Breeches — Acanthus
Beardtongue — Penstemon
Bee Balm — Monarda
Bellflower — Campanula
Bellwort — Uvularia
Bergamot — Monarda
Betony — Stachys
Bishop’s Weed — Aegopodium
Black Cohosh — Cimicifuga
Black-Eyed Susan — Rudbeckia, Echinacea
Blanket Flower — Gaillardia
Blazing Star — Liatris
Bleeding Heart — Dicentra
Bloodroot — Sanguinaria
Bluebeard — Caryopteris
Blue Bell — Campanula, Mertensia
Bluebonnet — Lupines/Scabiosa
Blue Cohosh — Caulophyllum
Blue Cupidome — Catananche
Blue False Indigo — Baptisia
Blue Fescue — Festuca
Blue Mist — Caryopteris
Blue Star — Amsonia
Border Pinks — Dianthus
Boston Ivy — Parthenocissus
Bugleweed — Ajuga
Bugbane — Cimicifuga
Burning Bush of Moses — Dictamnus
Butter Daisy — Coreopsis
Butterfly Bush — Buddleia
Butterfly Weed — Asclepias
Cactus, Hardy — Opuntia
Candylily — Pardancanda
Candytuft — Iberis
Canterbury Bells — Campanula
Cardinal Flower — Lobelia
Carnation — Dianthus caryophyllus
Catchfly — Lychnis
Catmint — Nepeta
Catnip — Nepeta
Chalkplant — Gypsophilia
Cheddar Pink — Dianthus
Chinese Lantern — Physalis
Chrysanthemum — Leucanthemum
Cinquefoil — Potentilla
Clara Curtis — Dendranthema
Clove Pink — Dianthus
Columbine — Aquilegia
Compass Plant — Silphium
Coneflower — Rudbeckia, Echinacea
Coral Bells — Heuchera
Cornflower, Perennial — Centaurea
Corsican Pearlwort — Sagina
Cowslip — Caltha
Cranesbill — Geranium
Creeping Jenny — Lysimachia nummularia
Creeping Phlox — Phlox subulata
Crown Vetch — Coronilla
Cup and Saucer — Campanula
Cupid’s Dart — Catananche
Cushion Mums — Leucanthemum
Cushion Spurge — Euphorbia
Daisy, Shasta — Leucanthemum
Daisy, Painted — Tanacetum
Daisy, English — Bellis
Dame’s Rocket — Hesperis
Daylily — Hemerocallis
Dead Nettle — Lamiastrum, Lamium
Devil’s Paintbrush — Hieracum
Dragon’s Blood — Sedum
Dusty Miller (Hardy) — Artemisia
Dwarf Lace Plant — Polygonum
Edelweiss — Leontopodium
Eulalia Grass — Miscanthus
European Ginger — Asarum
Evening Primrose — Oenothera
False Dragonhead — Physostegia
False Indigo — Baptisia, Amorpha
False Rock Cress — Aubrieta
False Spirea — Astilbe
Feather Flower — Astilbe
Fiesta Daisy — Gaillardia
Five Finger — Potentilla
Flax — Linum
Fleabane — Erigeron
Fleeceflower — Polygonum (Fallopia)
Flowering Spurge — Euphorbia
Foamflower — Tiarella
Forget-Me-Not — Myosotis, Brunnera
Fountain Grass — Pennisetum
Foxglove — Digitalis
Foxtail Lily — Eremurus
Funkia — Hosta
Garden Phlox — Phlox paniculata
Gas Plant — Dictamnus
Gayfeather — Liatris
Germander — Teucrium
Ginger — Asarum
Globeflower — Trollius
Globe Thistle — Echinops
Gloriosa Daisy — Rudbeckia
Gloxinia, Hardy — Incarvillea
Goatsbeard — Astilbe,Aruncus
Gold Dust — Aurinia
Golden Daisy — Coreopsis
Golden Dead Nettle — Lamiastrum
Goldenrod — Solidago
Golden groundsel — Ligularia
Golden Marguerite — Anthemis
Goutweed — Aegopodium
Great Merrybells — Uvularia
Grecian Rose — Geum
Harebell — Campanula
Hardy Gloxinia — Incarvillea
Hawkweed — Hieracum
Hen & Chicks — Sempervivum
Hollyhock — Alcea
Honesty Plant — Lunaria
Horsetail — Equisetum
Horse Mint — Monarda
Houseleek — Sempervivum
Ice Plant — Delosperma
Indian Paint Brush — Lobelia
Indian Pink — Spigelia
Irish Moss — Sagina
Ivy — Hedera, Parthenocissus
Jack-In-The-Pulpit — Arisaema
Jacobs Ladder — Polemonium
Japanese Iris — Iris Kaempferi
Japanese Spurge — Pachysandra
Japanese Blood Grass — Imperata
Joe-Pye Weed — Eupatorium
Jupiter’s Beard — Centranthus
Kansas Gayfeather — Liatris
Keys of Heaven — Centranthus
Lace Plant, Dwarf — Polygonum
Ladies’ Tresses — Spiranthes
Lady’s Mantle — Alchemilla
Ladybells — Adenophora
Lamb’s Ear — Stachys
Larkspur — Delphinium
Lavender — Lavendula
Lavender Cotton — Santolina
Leadwort — Ceratostigma
Lenten Rose — Helleborus
Leopardsbane — Doronicum
Lily — Lilium
Lily-of-the-Valley — Convallaria
Lilyturf — Liriope
Live Forever — Sedum
Loosestrife — Lysimachia
Lungwort — Pulmonaria
Lupine — Lupinus
Maiden Grass — Miscanthus
Maiden Pinks — Dianthus
Mallow — Hibiscus, Malva
Maltese Cross — Lychnis
Marsh Marigold — Caltha
Masterwort — Astrantia
Meadow Rue — Thalictrum
Meadow Sage — Salvia
Meadowsweet — Filipendula
Mexican Hat — Ratibida
Michaelmas Daisy — Aster
Mile a Minute — Silver Lace Vine
Milfoil — Achillea
Milkweed — Asclepias
Missouri Primrose — Oenothera
Mistflower — Eupatorium
Money Plant — Lunaria
Monkshood — Aconitum
Moneywort — Lysimachia nummularia
Moss Pinks — Phlox subulata
Mountain Bluet — Centaurea
Mountain Pink — Phlox subulata
Mum — Chrysanthemum
Myrtle — Vinca
Obedient Plant — Physostegia
Onion, Prairie — Allium
Oregon Fleabane — Erigeron
Oswego Tea — Monarda
Painted Daisy — Tancectum
Pampas Grass — Cortaderia
Pasque Flower — Pulsatilla
Pearly Everlasting — Anaphalis
Peony — Paeonia
Pennywort — Creeping Jenny
Periwinkle — Vinca
Pincushion Flower — Scabiosa
Pinks — Dianthus
Plaintain Lily — Hosta
Plumbago — Ceratostigma
Plume Grass — Erianthus
Poker Plant — Kniphofia
Poppy — Papaver
Porcelain Vine — Ampelopsis
Porcupine Grass — Miscanthus
Prairie Coneflower — Ratibida
Primrose — Primula
Primrose, Evening — Oenothera
Purple Coneflower — Echinacea
Purple Leaf Wintercreeper — Euonymus
Purple Rock Cress — Aubrieta
Pyrethrum — Tanacetum
Queen Anne’s Lace — Daucus
Queen of Prairie — Filependula
Ragwort — Ligularia
Rattlesnake Master — Eryngium
Ravenna Grass — Erianthus
Red Hot Poker — Kniphofia
Red Valerian — Centranthus
Ribbon Grass — Phalaris
Rock Cress — Arabis
Rock Foil — Saxifraga
Rock Soapwort — Saponaria
Rose Campion — Lychnis
Rose Mallow — Hibiscus
Russian Sage — Perovskia
Sage — Salvia
Sandwort — Arenaria
Sarsaparilla, Wild — Aralia
Scotland Bluebells — Campanula
Sea Holly — Eryrgium
Sea Lavender — Limonium
Sea Pink — Statice or Armeria
Sedge — Carex
Self-Heal — Prunella
Senecio — Ligularia
Shasta Daisy — Leucanthemum
Sheep’s Fescue — Festuca
Shooting Star — Dodecatheon
Siberian Wallflower — Cheiranthus
Silver Dollar — Lunaria
Silver Lace Vine — Polygonum
Silver Mound — Artemisia
Skullcap — Scutellaria
Smartweed — Fallopia, Persicaria
Snakeroot — Cimicifuga, Eupatorium
Sneezeweed — Helenium
Snow-on-the-Mountain — Aegopodium
Snow-in-Summer — Cerastium
Snowdrop — Anemone
Soapwort — Saponaria
Solomon’s Seal — Polygonatum
Speedwell — Veronica
Spiderwort — Tradescantia
Spirea — Astilbe
Spotted Dead Nettle — Lamium
Spurge — Euphorbia, Pachysandra
Squirrel Corn — Dicentra
St. John’s Wort — Hypericum
Statice — Limonium
Stokes’ Aster — Stokesia
Stonecrop — Sedum
Strawberry — Fragraria, Potentilla, Waldsteinia
Sundrops — Oenothera
Swamp Milkweed — Asclepias
Sweet Pea — Lathyrus
Sweet Rocket — Hesperis
Sweet William — Dianthus, Phlox divaricata
Sweet Woodruff — Galium
Switch Grass — Panicum
Thyme — Thymus
Thrift — Phlox subulata, Armeria
Tickseed — Coreopsis
Toad Lily — Tricyrtis
Tree Mallow — Lavatera
Tritoma — Kniphofia
Turk’s Cap — Aconitum
Turtlehead — Chelone
Typha — Cattail
White Snakeroot — Eupatorium
Vervain — Verbena
Violet — Viola
Whirling Butterflies — Gaura
Wild Onion — Allium
Windflower — Anemone
Wintercreeper — Euonymus
Woolly Betony — Stachys
Worm Grass — Sedum
Wormwood — Artemisia
Yarrow — Achillea
Yellow Archangel — Lamiastrum
Zebra Grass — Miscanthus

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