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Sedum, Frosty Morn Plug Flat
Sedum, Frosty Morn Plug Flat
Sedum, Frosty Morn Plug Flat

This very tough late summer through fall blooming perennial has become a new favorite for both its beauty and ease of maintenance. The white margins on the green leaves resemble frost. 

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Sedum, Golden Teardrop Plug Flat
Sedum, Golden Teardrop Plug Flat
Sedum, Golden Teardrop Plug Flat

Fascinating!  That’s what you can expect to hear when visitors to your garden see this hardy sedum. Good as a ground cover, in hanging baskets, and right at home in the rock garden. 

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Sedum, Goldilocks Plug Flat
Sedum, Goldilocks Plug Flat
Sedum, Goldilocks Plug Flat

This is the true species that is often misidentified in the trade with Sedum ellacombianum. Hairy on all of its parts, ‘Goldilocks’. Rich flowering. No maintenance required.

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Sedum, Kamtschaticum “The Edge” Plug Flat
Sedum, Kamtschaticum “The Edge” Plug Flat

Among the most reliable of the Sedums.  Extremely tough and drought resistant.  This variety has chartreuse green foliage with a distinct yellow margin and bears yellow to orange flowers followed by neat orange star shaped follicles.

Choice rock garden, ground cover, or roof garden selection.

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Sedum, Lemon Coral
Sedum, Lemon Coral
Sedum, Lemon Coral

Spiky yellow foliage!  Makes an excellent ground cover (NOT for foot traffic) and is very fast growing.  Good for container accents, too!

• Deadheading Not Necessary
• Deer Resistant
• Drought Tolerant
• Heat Tolerant
• Landscape Plant

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Sedum, Spanish “Hispanicum” Plug Flat
Sedum, Spanish “Hispanicum” Plug Flat
Sedum, Spanish “Hispanicum” Plug Flat

A drought tolerant, low-growing, low-maintenance ground cover is just one use of this tough Sedum. Start some  This variety has blue-green, succulent foliage that only reaches a few inches in height.  In spring or late fall, foliage may take on a purplish color. As the weather warms, the foliage turns to a blue-grey color. In late spring to early summer, it will send up clusters of small whitish pink blooms. This variety will also tolerate some light walking.

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Sempervivum, Purple Beauty
Sempervivum, Purple Beauty
Sempervivum, Purple Beauty

These old-fashioned unique succulent plants form a low clump of fleshy leaves, tiny new plants appearing in a circle around the mother in the middle.  Excellent ground-cover or accent addition to rock gardens.  Requires very little moisture and winter hardy into Zone 2!

Exposure:  Plant in sun or partial shade
Height:  3-6″
Spacing:  8-12″

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Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Amazing Daisies™ ‘Banana Cream’
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Amazing Daisies™ ‘Banana Cream’
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Amazing Daisies™ ‘Banana Cream’

A superb selection with huge 4-5”, lemon yellow flowers which brighten to creamy white. Well-budded plants have an extra long bloom time in summer. A vigorous grower with disease resistant, dark green foliage. Nice in pots or in the garden.  Zones 5-9

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Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Amazing Daisies™ Daisy May®
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Amazing Daisies™ Daisy May®
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Amazing Daisies™ Daisy May®

People say I have a BIG BUD.

Though she may look like a typical daisy at first, look again at her large, snow white flowers which blanket the plant and all the buds along each stem. Because of better branching and many side buds, this daisy blooms much longer than typical daisies do, often all summer long if deadheaded. Stronger flower power = Daisy May!

Best Seller-Award Winner-Long Blooming
Attracts: Butterflies
Zones 5-9
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Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Crazy Daisy
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Crazy Daisy
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Crazy Daisy

Common Name: Shasta daisy

‘Crazy Daisy’ is a Shasta daisy cultivar that typically grows 2-2.5’ tall. It is noted for its large double blooms (2.5” diameter) with frilly, twisted white rays and yellow center disks. Multiple flowers per stem. Coarsely-toothed, lance-shaped, medium green leaves (basal leaves to 12” long). Blooms most of the summer. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.

Zones 4-9

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Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Crazy Daisy Plug Flat
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Crazy Daisy Plug Flat
Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum) Crazy Daisy Plug Flat

Common Name: Shasta daisy

‘Crazy Daisy’ is a Shasta daisy cultivar that typically grows 2-2.5’ tall. It is noted for its large double blooms (2.5” diameter) with frilly, twisted white rays and yellow center disks. Multiple flowers per stem. Coarsely-toothed, lance-shaped, medium green leaves (basal leaves to 12” long). Blooms most of the summer. Excellent and long-lasting fresh cut flower.

Zones 4-9

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Snow Daisy “Jackpot” Plug Flat
Snow Daisy “Jackpot” Plug Flat
Snow Daisy “Jackpot” Plug Flat

 Tanacetum niveum ‘Jackpot’

 

A mound of finely cut silvery-grey foliage, loaded with small white, yellow-eyed daisies for months on end. Combines beautifully in the border with nearly anything else, and is especially useful in containers.

Drought tolerant once established. Attractive to butterflies.

Height: 12-18 Inches

Spread:  12-23 Inches
Bloom Season: Summer-Fall
Environment: Sun
Soil Type: Average/Moist well-drained
USDA Zones: 3-9

72 count plug flat

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Snow In Summer  (Cerastium tomentosum) Plug Flat
Snow In Summer  (Cerastium tomentosum) Plug Flat
Snow In Summer (Cerastium tomentosum) Plug Flat

A very useful groundcover perennial, often grown in dry, sunny areas with poor soil. Plants form a low, fast-spreading mat of silvery-grey leaves, studded with tiny white star flowers in late spring and early summer. An indestructible choice for difficult sites, but be sure to plant this where its spreading habit will not become a problem. Beautiful spilling over rock walls or on steep sunny slopes, used as a lawn substitute. Also grows well in tubs or mixed containers.

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Tarragon, Russian (Artemisia dracunculoides Pursch) Plug Flat
Tarragon, Russian (Artemisia dracunculoides Pursch) Plug Flat
Tarragon, Russian (Artemisia dracunculoides Pursch) Plug Flat

 The flavor of Russian Tarragon may not be so pronounced as its French counterpart but is it is a much more hardy plant that prefers poor soils and can cope with a bit of neglect. It produces lots of leaves, which can be used for a milder flavor.

Zones 5-10

72 count plug flat sold as 70.

Back orders may require 4-6 weeks, depending on season.

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Thyme, Creeping Magic Carpet
Thyme, Creeping Magic Carpet
Thyme, Creeping Magic Carpet

A very low growing creeping thyme cultivar bearing masses of pink flowers. Excellent between pavers along walkways or patios or spilling over rocks and retaining walls. Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on. 

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Thyme, Creeping Mother of Thyme “Walk-on-me”
Thyme, Creeping Mother of Thyme “Walk-on-me”
Thyme, Creeping Mother of Thyme “Walk-on-me”

Mother of Thyme is an ideal choice for planting between walkway stones, edging the flower or vegetable garden, or cascading over rocks or wood in a terraced garden. Its dense, spreading habit makes it the ideal groundcover, while its rich fragrance and bright blooms add immeasurably to the appeal of any landscape..  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on. 

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Thyme, Creeping Red
Thyme, Creeping Red
Thyme, Creeping Red
Red creeping thyme gives you brilliant crimson flowers carpeting a low, mat-forming plant in early summer. A spectacular sight in the front of the border or cascading over a wall, it’s the easiest and most attractive way to blanket the sunny ground with radiant color. The 2 in. Tall plants are densely covered with tiny, dark green, shiny leaves that are intensely aromatic when crushed. Plant red creeping thyme between paving stones or along the walkway and enjoy its fragrance every time you enter the garden.

Clusters of pink-red flowers appear in summer on plants that reach ½ to 2 inches tall and up to 3 feet wide.

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Thyme, Creeping White
Thyme, Creeping White
Thyme, Creeping White

A native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of white flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  This variety tolerates more foot traffic than the other varieties.

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Thyme, Creeping, Broad Leaf Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Broad Leaf Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Broad Leaf Plug Flat

Broad-leaved Thyme

Thymus pulegioides

An extra-rugged, larger formed creeping variety.   Also the fastest growing of the creeping Thymes.

Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has broad, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of rose-purple flowers.  A larger creeping type with a height of 4-8″ and highly fragrant if walked on.   Withstands light foot traffic. Also known as “walk-on-me” thyme.  Zones 4b (with protection)-10  Creeping varieties may seem tall in a plug flat since they have no where to go but on top of each other!

72 count plug flat sold as 70.

Back orders may require 4-6 weeks, depending on season.

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THIS IS A VERY HIGH DEMAND ITEM.   FLATS MAY REQUIRE A MINIMUM LEAD TIME OF 4-6 WEEKS IF AVAILABILITY IS ZERO AND WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU ORDER AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.  LONGER LEADS MAY BE NECESSARY DURING PEAK SEASONS.  FLATS SHIP 72 PLANTS PER FLAT, SOLD AS 70 OR 128 SOLD AS 125. FLAT GROUND SHIPMENTS LIMITED TO MARCH THROUGH JUNE AND SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER.  SUMMER ORDERS (JULY-AUGUST), MUST BE SHIPPED 2ND DAY OR NEXT DAY AIR.  WE DO NOT RECOMMEND MID SUMMER OR MID WINTER SHIPMENTS OF FLATS UNLESS NEXT DAY OR 2ND DAY AIR.  SHIPMENTS OF PLUGS SHIPPED USPS (US POSTAL SERVICE) ARE AT THE BUYER’S RISK!  USPS SHIPMENTS ARE NOT INSURABLE! WILL CALLS ACCEPTED.  PLEASE CALL FIRST.  PICKUP IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

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Thyme, Creeping, Common Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Common Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Common Plug Flat

Common Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of white to purple flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  This variety tolerates more foot traffic than the other varieties.

125 count flats are grow-to-order and will backorder.  Lead time depends on season.  Generally 4-6 weeks in spring.

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Thyme, Creeping, Lilac Carpet Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Lilac Carpet Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Lilac Carpet Plug Flat

 T. Serpyllum     Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of lilac flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  Also known as “walk-on-me” thyme.  Zones 4b (with protection)-10  Creeping varieties may seem tall in a plug flat since they have no where to go but on top of each other!

72 count plug flat sold as 70.

Back orders may require 4-6 weeks, depending on season.

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THIS IS A VERY HIGH DEMAND ITEM.   FLATS MAY REQUIRE A MINIMUM LEAD TIME OF 4-6 WEEKS IF AVAILABILITY IS ZERO AND WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU ORDER AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE.  LONGER LEADS MAY BE NECESSARY DURING PEAK SEASONS.  FLATS SHIP 72 PLANTS PER FLAT, SOLD AS 70 OR 128 SOLD AS 125. FLAT GROUND SHIPMENTS LIMITED TO MARCH THROUGH JUNE AND SEPTEMBER THROUGH NOVEMBER.  SUMMER ORDERS (JULY-AUGUST), MUST BE SHIPPED 2ND DAY OR NEXT DAY AIR.  WE DO NOT RECOMMEND MID SUMMER OR MID WINTER SHIPMENTS OF FLATS UNLESS NEXT DAY OR 2ND DAY AIR.  SHIPMENTS OF PLUGS SHIPPED USPS (US POSTAL SERVICE) ARE AT THE BUYER’S RISK!  USPS SHIPMENTS ARE NOT INSURABLE! WILL CALLS ACCEPTED.  PLEASE CALL FIRST.  PICKUP IS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY.

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Thyme, Creeping, Magic Carpet Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Magic Carpet Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Magic Carpet Plug Flat

Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of carmine pink flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  Also known as “walk-on-me” thyme.  Zones 4b (with protection)-10 

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Thyme, Creeping, Mother of Thyme Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Mother of Thyme Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Mother of Thyme Plug Flat

Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of lavender to purple flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  Also known as “walk-on-me” thyme.  Zones 4b (with protection)-10 

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Thyme, Creeping, Red Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Red Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, Red Plug Flat

Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of pink to red flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  Also known as “walk-on-me” thyme.  Zones 4b (with protection)-10 

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Thyme, Creeping, White Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, White Plug Flat
Thyme, Creeping, White Plug Flat

Creeping Thyme  is a native of northern Africa, Europe, and Asia, and has naturalized in North America. This fragrant, creeping plant has tiny, dark green leaves and in June, produces heads of white to purple flowers.  Rarely gets more than 2″ tall.  Excellent for use between flagstones in a pathway.  Withstands light foot traffic and emits a pleasant scent when walked on.  This variety tolerates more foot traffic than the other varieties

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Thyme, English
Thyme, English
Thyme, English
No herb garden is complete without English thyme! One of the hardier Thymes, these highly fragrant plants will produce large quantities of aromatic, tiny leaves that can be used either fresh or dried.
Zones 5-10. Zone 4 with protection. 
Tough and hardy perennial herb.
 
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Thyme, English or German, Culinary Plug Flat
Thyme, English or German, Culinary Plug Flat
Thyme, English or German, Culinary Plug Flat

Two types of culinary Thyme to choose from.  See full descriptions

The standard winter-hardy thyme. Bright green when young maturing to a nice blue-green.  Good flavor and yield.  Days to Maturity: 50-60days to harvest when spring planted. One of the hardier Thymes, these highly fragrant plants will produce large quantities of aromatic, tiny leaves that can be used either fresh or dried. Zones 5-10. Zone 4 with protection. 

 

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Thyme, Winter (German)
Thyme, Winter (German)
Thyme, Winter (German)
The standard winter-hardy thyme. Bright green when young maturing to a nice blue-green.  Good flavor and yield. 
One of the hardier Thymes, these highly fragrant plants will produce large quantities of aromatic, tiny leaves that can be used either fresh or dried.
Zones 5-10. Zone 4 with protection. 
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