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Agastache Black Adder 1

'Black Adder' boasts numerous bottlebrush flowers of vivid blue from mid summer to frost on a compact, rounded plant. It has been hardy for us in the ground and in containers and has proven to be a reliable production plant as well. An early pinch keeps i

$ 8.99

Amsonia Blue Star 1

This long flowering, more compact bluestar blooms more vigorously than the species, forming a dense mound of dark green leaves that turn a brilliant yellow in the fall. Vivid dark lavender flowers appear in early spring for a wonderful show.

$ 8.99

Anemone Pretty Lady Diana 1

Large, soft pink, poppy-like flowers add wonderful color to the late summer and fall garden. This highly prolific bloomer has an excellent compact habit, unlike other similar varieties. Superb for cutting!

$ 8.99

Astilbe Red Sentinel 1

Showy, scarlet red plumes are a popular cut flower for shade gardens. Perfectly content in shady woodland gardens or borders, but equally happy in the dappled light under moisture-loving shade trees. An herbaceous perennial.

$ 9.99

Canna Pretoria 1

Pretoria's boldly striped foliage is just as striking as its flowers. The alternating bands of green and cream will light up your garden from mid-summer through fall. The big, brilliant orange flowers are held high on 4 ft. stems and have great curb appea

$ 9.99

Coreopsis qt

Coreopsis grandiflora, won't quit, despite heat or lack of water. Just plant and enjoy. And now there's a Coreopsis to go with every color scheme, from pumpkin orange and vivid pink, some with chartreuse foliage.

$ 4.99

Coreopsis Red Elf 1

Red Elf is one of the smallest, compact Coreopsis reaching heights of 9-12”. Although its shorter, it has larger blooms than most and it produces a unique red flower with white tips. Plant as a border and enjoy blooms from summer to early fall.

$ 8.99

Coreopsis Red Satin 1

Coreopsis 'Red Satin' Satiny, wine-red 8-petaled flowers, with cheerful gold pom-pom centers, won't fade or "frost" in hot weather like other reds. Clean, elegant, and strongly erect. Shear after first flush for heavy rebloom into fall.

$ 9.99

Dianthus Coconut Surprise 1

This charming series of Dianthus features adorable, double and semidouble flowers rich in spicy fragrance. Evergreen foliage forms handsome tussocks. Very long blooming and drought tolerant once established.

$ 8.99

Dianthus Fire Star 1

Fragrant, fiery red flowers with a deep crimson eye appear in abundance throughout the growing season on vigorous, heat tolerant plants with gray-green foliage. An excellent selection for rock and trough gardens.

$ 9.99

Dianthus Raspberry Surprise 1

Perfect for planting in front of your daylilies, Raspberry Surprise bears lots of double flowers that will attract butterflies. Its spicy-sweet fragrance is as lovely as its blooms. Deer tend to avoid.

$ 8.99

Echinacea Magnus 1

Named 1998 Perennial Plant of the Year! A well-behaved plant with bold six-inch wide, magenta-rose flowers; petals are horizontal, not pendulous. Attracts butterflies; perfect for the informal, nature-inspired garden.

$ 9.99

Eupatorium Little Joe 1

The perfect size for smaller gardens, this is the first truly compact selection of Joe-Pye Weed. It forms a bushy and substantial upright mound of coarse dark-green leaves, bearing enormous umbrella-like heads of rosy-purple flowers in late summer. A magn

$ 9.99

Euphorbia Ascot Rainbow 1

Elegant form covered with striking sage and lime green foliage edged in an attractive yellow border that turns pink-flushed or peachy-salmon in colder months. Vibrant green and yellow striped bracts with prolific, radiant red blooms. A heat-tolerant, fuss

$ 11.99

Gaura Whirling Butterflies 1

Airy panicles of white flowers like tiny butterflies emerge from pink buds, dancing on slender stems all season long. Blooms age to rosy-pink. Deep tap root assures heat and drought resistance. Ideal for rock gardens, mixed borders or containers.

$ 9.99

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