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American Bittersweet, Sexed Plants
American Bittersweet, Sexed Plants
American Bittersweet, Sexed Plants

American bittersweet is a native woody and shrubby climber, growing over trees or fences. It has smooth thin leaves 2 to 4 inches long and about half as wide. The small greenish-white  flowers are produced in June in short clusters. The fruit is a round, orange-yellow capsule which opens in autumn, disclosing the scarlet-colored seed pod. The seed capsules remain on the plant well into the cold season and provide food for birds in the winter.  Fruits are eaten by songbirds, ruffed grouse, pheasants, bobwhite and squirrel.  Old fruits are eaten as survival foods by many birds and animals in late winter.   Fruits should NOT be eaten by humans.  While not extremely toxic, they will “clean you out at both ends”.  Bunches of twisted branchlets, loaded with fruit, are very decorative and the plant is disappearing in many places because of the ruthless methods of market pickers.  Our stock is not from the wild!!  We have selected ‘stock’ plants which grow on site here and have chosen the best over the years for the most desirable characteristics.

Way back in the dark and mysterious past, many shepherds hung bittersweet around the necks of those sheep which were suspected to be under the evil eye.  I don’t think it is really necessary myself.  Save this bit of lore for your next trivia game.

Often planted as an ornamental vine for the showy fruits. A good climber on trellises, arbors, porches. Fast growing. Decorative berries and twisted vines make interesting projects.

You will need both male and female  plants to produce berries!  1 male can pollinate 4-5 female vines.  MUST be planted within 30 feet of each other.

Light: Partial to full sun. Best fruit in full sun.

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American Bittersweet, unsexed
American Bittersweet, unsexed
American Bittersweet, unsexed

American bittersweet is a native woody and shrubby climber, growing over trees or fences. It has smooth thin leaves 2 to 4 inches long and about half as wide. The small greenish-white  flowers are produced in June in short clusters. The fruit is a round, orange-yellow capsule which opens in autumn, disclosing the scarlet-colored seed pod. The seed capsules remain on the plant well into the cold season and provide food for birds in the winter.  Fruits are eaten by songbirds, ruffed grouse, pheasants, bobwhite and squirrel.  Old fruits are eaten as survival foods by many birds and animals in late winter.   Fruits should NOT be eaten by humans.  While not extremely toxic, they will “clean you out at both ends”.  Bunches of twisted branchlets, loaded with fruit, are very decorative and the plant is disappearing in many places because of the ruthless methods of market pickers.  Our stock is not from the wild!!  We have selected ‘stock’ plants which grow on site here and have chosen the best over the years for the most desirable characteristics.

Way back in the dark and mysterious past, many shepherds hung bittersweet around the necks of those sheep which were suspected to be under the evil eye.  I don’t think it is really necessary myself.  Save this bit of lore for your next trivia game.

Often planted as an ornamental vine for the showy fruits. A good climber on trellises, arbors, porches. Fast growing. Decorative berries and twisted vines make interesting projects.

You will need both male and female  plants to produce berries!  1 male can pollinate 4-5 female vines.  MUST be planted within 30 feet of each other.

Light: Partial to full sun. Best fruit in full sun.

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American Bittersweet, unsexed Wholesale
American Bittersweet, unsexed Wholesale
American Bittersweet, unsexed Wholesale

American bittersweet is a native woody and shrubby climber, growing over trees or fences. It has smooth thin leaves 2 to 4 inches long and about half as wide. The small greenish-white  flowers are produced in June in short clusters. The fruit is a round, orange-yellow capsule which opens in autumn, disclosing the scarlet-colored seed pod. The seed capsules remain on the plant well into the cold season and provide food for birds in the winter.  Fruits are eaten by songbirds, ruffed grouse, pheasants, bobwhite and squirrel.  Old fruits are eaten as survival foods by many birds and animals in late winter.   Fruits should NOT be eaten by humans.  While not extremely toxic, they will “clean you out at both ends”.  Bunches of twisted branchlets, loaded with fruit, are very decorative and the plant is disappearing in many places because of the ruthless methods of market pickers.  Our stock is not from the wild!!  We have selected ‘stock’ plants which grow on site here and have chosen the best over the years for the most desirable characteristics.

Way back in the dark and mysterious past, many shepherds hung bittersweet around the necks of those sheep which were suspected to be under the evil eye.  I don’t think it is really necessary myself.  Save this bit of lore for your next trivia game.

Often planted as an ornamental vine for the showy fruits. A good climber on trellises, arbors, porches. Fast growing. Decorative berries and twisted vines make interesting projects.

You will need both male and female  plants to produce berries!  1 male can pollinate 4-5 female vines.  MUST be planted within 30 feet of each other.

Light: Partial to full sun. Best fruit in full sun.

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Artemisia, Oriental Limelight Plug Flat
Artemisia, Oriental Limelight Plug Flat
Artemisia, Oriental Limelight Plug Flat

A tall grower that¹s great in beds, borders, and large containers. The mounding, self-branching habit makes Oriental Limelight an ideal companion for many flowering plants. Variegated lemon yellow and green foliage.

Zone 3-11

Full sun

18-36″ tall and wide

Best grown in a container or a confined space as this tends to spread rapidly.

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Artemisia, Silver Mound Plug Flat
Artemisia, Silver Mound Plug Flat
Artemisia, Silver Mound Plug Flat

A low grower that¹s great in beds, borders, and containers. The mounding, self-branching habit makes this fine-cut silver foliage perennial an ideal companion for many flowering plants.

Zone 3-11

Full sun

10-15″ tall and wide

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Blue Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) Plug Flat
Blue Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) Plug Flat
Blue Eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum) Plug Flat

Blue-eyed Grass (Sisyrinchium bellum)
• Season: Perennial
• USDA Zones: 4 – 9
• Height: 6 – 12 inches
• Bloom Season: Spring
• Bloom Color: Blue-Purple
• Environment: Partial to Full sun
• Soil Type: Moist, well-drained, pH 6.1 – 7.5

50 count Plug Flat

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Catmint, Blue Carpet Plug Flat
Catmint, Blue Carpet Plug Flat
Catmint, Blue Carpet Plug Flat

Profuse blue blooms on spiky stems.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

Medicinal: In tea for nervous tension, sleeplessness.  Catmint tea will put you to sleep in short order.  Do not take this if operating a car or machinery!

Sun to Part Shade. 8-10″.
Zones 4-8. Hardy perennial herb.

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Catmint, Border Ballet Plug Flat
Catmint, Border Ballet Plug Flat
Catmint, Border Ballet Plug Flat

Nepeta (Catmint) grandiflora Border Ballet

Height: 16 inches
Zone: 4

Caucausus Catmint, lush violet purple flowers, dark green leaf, great shape with no staking, wonderful scent

A striking Catmint with flower stalks of Blue and Whitish Pink flowers that attract the bees and butterflies to dance in the garden. It’s a perennial that flowers in the first year and has a long growing season. Aromatic lush foliage, requiring very little maintenance.

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Catmint, Felix Plug Flat
Catmint, Felix Plug Flat
Catmint, Felix Plug Flat

Profuse blue blooms on spiky stems.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

Medicinal: In tea for nervous tension, sleeplessness.  Catmint tea will put you to sleep in short order.  Do not take this if operating a car or machinery!

Sun to Part Shade. 8-10″.
Zones 4-8. Hardy perennial herb.

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Catmint, Greek (parnassica) Plug Flat
Catmint, Greek (parnassica) Plug Flat
Catmint, Greek (parnassica) Plug Flat

Magnificent spires of violet blue flowers reach 4 ½ ft., occasionally to 6 ft.,  Easy to grow in any garden location with sun to part shade; Greek Catmint is attractive to many pollinators, including butterflies. Winter hardy to zone 5.

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Catmint, Little Titch Plug Flat
Catmint, Little Titch Plug Flat
Catmint, Little Titch Plug Flat

Deep lavender-blue flowers and it is one of the most vividly colored catmints. Blooms from June to September.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

Medicinal: In tea for nervous tension, sleeplessness.  Catmint tea will put you to sleep in short order.  Do not take this if operating a car or machinery!


Sun to Part Shade. 10-14″ height and 12-14″ spread.
Zones 4-8. Hardy perennial herb.

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Catmint, Pink Cat Plug Flat
Catmint, Pink Cat Plug Flat
Catmint, Pink Cat Plug Flat

Pink Cat is an early blooming and mounding variety of Catmint that is not commonly found.  This type is somewhat shorter and bushier that common Catmint.  It forms fragrant pink spikes that will attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees.

Pink Cat works well in containers as well as in your perennial border. Compact, heat tolerant, and easy to grow with aromatic leaves.

Use as a great general ground cover, accent plant, pathway edger, or rock garden specimen. (not for foot traffic)
Catmint needs good drainage and kept too wet, will develop crown rot. Shearing Catmint plant after blooming will encourage more branching and repeated flushes of flowers.

Zones 4-8. Hardy perennial herb.

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Catmint, Standard Plug Flat
Catmint, Standard Plug Flat
Catmint, Standard Plug Flat

Profuse lavender blooms on spiky stems.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

Medicinal: In tea for nervous tension, sleeplessness.  Catmint tea will put you to sleep in short order.  Do not take this if operating a car or machinery!

Sun to Part Shade. 12-18″.
Zones 4-8. Hardy perennial herb.

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Catmint, Walker’s Low Plug Flat
Catmint, Walker’s Low Plug Flat
Catmint, Walker’s Low Plug Flat

TOP SELLER! Deep lavender-blue flowers and it is one of the most vividly colored catmints. Blooms from June to September.

Soft, crinkled, gray-green leaves on a short, mounding plant.

Good in containers, for borders,  and the perennial herb garden.  Very good choice for a tough, perennial ground cover!

Contains nepetalactone, the active ingredient in catnip that drives cats nuts..

Medicinal: In tea for nervous tension, sleeplessness.  Catmint tea will put you to sleep in short order.  Do not take this if operating a car or machinery!

Sun to Part Shade. 10″ height and 12-14″ spread. Zones 4-8. Hardy perennial herb.

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Chives, Garlic or Onion, Plug Flat
Chives, Garlic or Onion, Plug Flat
Chives, Garlic or Onion, Plug Flat

The subtle and pleasant taste of chives make them an extremely popular food addition!  Fresh chives, finely chopped, are sprinkled over soups, baked potatoes,  stews, and several sauces.  In mid-Summer, they will also put on quite a show with their abundant, fragrant flowers.  Certainly just as well at home in the flower garden as the herb garden.  Perfect year around windowsill plant, too!

In Chinese cooking, the flat leaves of garlic chives are often used the same way as we use regular chives in our cooking:., sprinkled over foods for extra fragrance and decoration. Garlic chives can be substituted by regular chives, but since regular chives have a weaker flavor, it is worthwhile to grow both so you will always have an ample supply of either one for what ever the recipe calls for.

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Dog’s Gone!
Dog’s Gone!
Dog’s Gone!

KEEP CATS, DOGS, AND RABBITS OUT OF YOUR GARDEN WITH THIS NATURAL “GROWING PLANT” REPELLENT!!

This is a variety of Coleus in the Plectranthus family that has compact vigorous dark green foliage, lavender flowers on a spike with a pungent (to the animals) odor that deters dogs, cats and rabbits.

Available April – September.  Cannot be shipped in freezing weather.  Quantity limited.

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Feverfew Plug Flat
Feverfew Plug Flat
Feverfew Plug Flat

Feverfew has many uses, including preventing migraine headaches in some people.

Feverfew is also said to be effective for fever, irregular menstrual periods, arthritis, a skin disorder called psoriasis, allergies, asthma, ringing in the ears (tinnitus), dizziness, and nausea and vomiting.

Some people use feverfew for difficulty getting pregnant or fathering a child (infertility). It is also used for “tired blood” (anemia), cancer, common cold, earache, liver disease, prevention of miscarriage, muscular tension, bone disorders, swollen feet, diarrhea, upset stomach and intestinal gas.  Feverfew is sometimes applied directly to the gums for toothaches or to the skin to kill germs.

Feverfew is a medicinal herb with a long history of use. The leaves are dried and used as an herbal remedy for migraine headaches. The Feverfew herb contains parthenolide which can relieve mild spasms and is an anti-inflammatory. Some people take it to relieve the pain of rheumatoid arthritis.

We make no claims as to the effectiveness of any herbal treatment and the above text is for information only.

As an ornamental,  it is a hardy perennial with deeply cut leaves and lovely daisy-like blooms that measure 3/4 inch across. It is native to Southern Europe, but can be found in many areas of the world. A synonymous botanical name is Tanacetum Parthenium.

Hardy Zones 5-8

Will tolerate even the poorest soils provided it is not soggy.

Best in full sun.

Height:  36″.  Space plants 24″.

Bloom time: early to mid-late summer.  Blooms can easily be cut and dried.

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First Editions® Autumn Revolution™ Bittersweet
First Editions® Autumn Revolution™ Bittersweet
First Editions® Autumn Revolution™ Bittersweet

A revolutionary breakthrough in Bittersweet culture. Imagine never having to wonder if you’re growing a male or female plant again? The majority of the flowers formed on Autumn Revolution™ are perfect, meaning that the flower itself has both male and female parts. In other words, you only need one plant to bear fruit. Perhaps because of this unique characteristic the fruit production is absolutely extraordinary and the berry size is twice that of the species. Should most definitely be considered for commercial production.  Truly an extraordinary improvement for this beloved native vine.  This variety does NOT require separate male and female plants.  Bears at a very young age, frequently the first year from a spring planting.

Culture is the same as standard American Bittersweet.

 

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Grass, Prairie Winds® ‘Blue Paradise’ Little Bluestem
Grass, Prairie Winds® ‘Blue Paradise’ Little Bluestem
Grass, Prairie Winds® ‘Blue Paradise’ Little Bluestem

An upright ornamental grass that withstands adverse weather conditions. In summer, striking silvery blue stems form a columnar habit. Deep wine purple fall color.

Zones 3-9

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Grass, Prairie Winds® ‘Desert Plains’ Fountain Grass
Grass, Prairie Winds® ‘Desert Plains’ Fountain Grass
Grass, Prairie Winds® ‘Desert Plains’ Fountain Grass

This large fountain grass makes a beautiful focal point in the fall garden. Showy bottlebrush-shaped flowers emerge dusky purple and age to tan atop the upright vase-shaped clump of green foliage which takes on red, orange, and gold tones in fall. Improvement over older cultivars in habit, flowering performance, and fall color.

Quart Pot.

Zones 5-9b

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Grass, Toffee Twist (Carex)
Grass, Toffee Twist (Carex)
Grass, Toffee Twist (Carex)

From the John Greenlee™ Grass Collection.

Mounded. Iridescent slender leaves drape gracefully over color bowls, Especially attractive as an accent plant. Easy to grow.

Full Sun to Partial Shade Height: 10-16” Spacing: 16-24″ Zone: 7-11  (We have had this survive our zone 5a with a heavy mulch of leaves after the first hard frost, but must be in the ground, not a container)

Grown and Shipped in quart perennial pots in active growth 6-10″ + in height. 

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Horehound Plug Flat
Horehound Plug Flat
Horehound Plug Flat

The key ingredient for making old-fashioned Horehound candy.

This tough Perennial herb has attractive, fuzzy gray foliage.   Zones 4-9

Most used for flavoring honey and candy.

Has a rich history in medicine. Horehound candy is also used to  treat coughs, sore throat.

Will tolerate even the poorest soils provided it is not soggy.

Best in full sun.

Height:  36″.  Space plants 24″.

Bloom time: early to mid-late summer.

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Lamium, Anne Greenaway Plug Flat
Lamium, Anne Greenaway Plug Flat
Lamium, Anne Greenaway Plug Flat

Common name is Spotted Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

An exquisite blend of chartreuse, silver, medium-green, and mint green embellishes the foliage of L. ‘Anne Greenaway’. With such fantastic coloring, this groundcover is breathtaking even when not in bloom. Mauve flowers add to the ornamental value from late spring into early summer, then bloom sporadically until frost. Evergreen in zones 7 and above.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or shade Height  8-12″      Spacing  10-14″ Hardy Temp:  -30°F (-34°C) Zones 4-9 Perennial Uses:  Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes.  Excellent groundcover.

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Lamium, Beacon Silver Plug Flat
Lamium, Beacon Silver Plug Flat
Lamium, Beacon Silver Plug Flat

Common name is Spotted Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

 This popular variety has silvery leaves with narrow, green margins which provide a lovely backdrop for the lavender-to-pink, hooded flowers produced from midspring to early summer.  Lamium makes an excellent, weed-smothering groundcover and is also a good mask for dying bulb foliage.

Evergreen in zones 7 and above.

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Lamium, Ghost Plug Flat
Lamium, Ghost Plug Flat
Lamium, Ghost Plug Flat

Common name is Spotted Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

 This very large variety dwarfs other lamiums by comparison! Standing about a foot tall, the all-silver leaves create a billowy cloud of silver in the garden. The leaves measure a full 1.5 inches long compared to 1/2 to 3/4 inches long on other varieties.

Clusters of large, bright orchid purple flowers top the clump of silver foliage in mid to late spring. The contrast between the flowers and foliage is striking and often stops passersby in their tracks!  Blooms from late April thru August.

Lamium makes an excellent, weed-smothering groundcover and is also a good mask for dying bulb foliage.

Evergreen in zones 7 and above.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or shade

Height  10-16″      Spacing  10-14″

Hardy Temp:  -30°F (-34°C) Zones 4-9 Perennial

Uses:  Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes.  Excellent groundcover.

 

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Lamium, Pink Chabils-Proven Winners
Lamium, Pink Chabils-Proven Winners
Lamium, Pink Chabils-Proven Winners

Common name is Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

Exposure
Plant in sun or shade

Height  8-12″      Spacing  10-14″

Hardy Temp
-30°F (-34°C) Zones 4-9 Perennial

Uses
Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes

Features
A frothy confection of silver and green foliage with cotton candy pink flowers; heat tolerant

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Lamium, Purple Chabils-Proven Winners
Lamium, Purple Chabils-Proven Winners
Lamium, Purple Chabils-Proven Winners

Common name is Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

Exposure
Plant in sun or shade

Height  8-12″      Spacing  10-14″

Hardy Temp
-30°F (-34°C) Zones 4-9 Perennial

Uses
Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes

Features

A frothy confection of silver and green foliage with lavender-purple flowers; heat tolerant

Continuous Bloom or Rebloomer

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Lamium, Red Nancy Plug Flat
Lamium, Red Nancy Plug Flat
Lamium, Red Nancy Plug Flat

Common name is Spotted Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or shade

Height  8-12″      Spacing  10-14″

Hardy Temp:  -30°F (-34°C) Zones 4-9 Perennial

Uses:  Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes

Features:  A frothy confection of silver and green foliage with purple-red flowers; heat tolerant (Our note:  Blooms are more of a violet color than red)

Lamium makes an excellent, weed-smothering groundcover and is also a good mask for dying bulb foliage.

Evergreen in zones 7 and above.  Excellent groundcover.

 

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Lamium, White Nancy Plug Flat
Lamium, White Nancy Plug Flat
Lamium, White Nancy Plug Flat

Common name is Spotted Dead Nettle

Deer-resistant Self-cleaning, no deadheading necessary.

Exposure:  Plant in sun or shade

Height  8-12″      Spacing  10-14″

Hardy Temp:  -30°F (-34°C) Zones 4-9 Perennial

Uses:  Plant alone or in combinations in all container types and landscapes

Features:  A frothy confection of silver and green foliage with white flowers; heat tolerant

Lamium makes an excellent, weed-smothering groundcover and is also a good mask for dying bulb foliage.

Evergreen in zones 7 and above.  Excellent groundcover.

 

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Lavender, Hidcote Superior Plug Flat
Lavender, Hidcote Superior Plug Flat
Lavender, Hidcote Superior Plug Flat

The classic form complete with wonderful fragrance!    A necessity in the garden or landscape!  This is the true lavender! Just brushing up against it will release its intense aroma!  The foliage is silver-gray, and the flowers are deep violet-blue-colored.  The leaves are evergreen and reach 2 in. long. Flowering occurs in summer, and the flowers are ¼–½ in. long, form interrupted spikes, and have an attractive fragrance.  The leaves and the flowers are aromatic and have many uses.

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Lavender, Lavender Lady Plug Flat
Lavender, Lavender Lady Plug Flat
Lavender, Lavender Lady Plug Flat

This AAS winner offers blue-green foliage on very uniform plants just 10 to 16 inches high!  Lavender angustifolia is one of the richest in essential oils, meaning more fragrance power both fresh and dried. And this ‘Lady’ cultivar, an AAS winner, has a more uniform habit and it blooms in only 90 days from seed! Fresh flowers can be crystallized and used in candies and cakes; dried flowers are used in potpourris and sachets; oils are used in creams and perfumes. And these are only some of the more common uses – imagination can create endless more!  An evergreen perennial, Lavender ‘Lady’ has a subtle blue-green coloring and sweet fragrance. Reaching 10 to 16 inches high and 10 inches wide, it boasts 2 1/2 inch, linear, downy leaves on strong stems. The leaves first open white, then turn a pale gray-blue-green color. Stalks of lavender flowers grow up to 12 inches tall above the foliage.

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Lavender, Munstead Plug Flat
Lavender, Munstead Plug Flat
Lavender, Munstead Plug Flat

The classic form complete with wonderful fragrance!    A necessity in the garden or landscape!  This is the true lavender! Just brushing up against it will release its intense aroma!  The foliage is silver-gray, and the flowers are deep violet-blue-colored.  The leaves are evergreen and reach 2 in. long. Flowering occurs in summer, and the flowers are ¼–½ in. long, form interrupted spikes, and have an attractive fragrance.  The leaves and the flowers are aromatic and have many uses. Compact grower makes it ideal for lining walkways, the back of the herb garden, or for growing among roses and taller companion plants. Deer don’t like it  Zones 5-9 20-30″ High x 18″ Wide Optimal growing conditions: True lavender is soil and drought tolerant but performs best in well-drained soil under full sun. Drainage is the most important factor. Another thing useful to know: Growth can be slow and soft in heavy soils, and a hardiness problem may appear. In good conditions, the growth rate is moderate.

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Lavender, Vera Plug Flat
Lavender, Vera Plug Flat
Lavender, Vera Plug Flat

Lavandula angustifolia ‘vera’ Most common commercial grown variety   This is the true lavender! Just brushing up against it will release its intense aroma!  The foliage is silver-gray, and the flowers are deep violet-blue-colored.  The leaves are evergreen and reach 2 in. long. Flowering occurs in summer, and the flowers are ¼–½ in. long, form interrupted spikes, and have an attractive fragrance.  The leaves and the flowers are aromatic and have many uses. Compact grower makes it ideal for lining walkways, the back of the herb garden, or for growing among roses and taller companion plants. Deer don’t like it  Zones 5-9 20-30″ High x 18″ Wide Optimal growing conditions: True lavender is soil and drought tolerant but performs best in well-drained soil under full sun. Drainage is the most important factor. Another thing useful to know: Growth can be slow and soft in heavy soils, and a hardiness problem may appear. In good conditions, the growth rate is moderate.

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Lemon Balm Plug Flat
Lemon Balm Plug Flat
Lemon Balm Plug Flat

The key ingredient for making lemon balm tea.

This tough Perennial herb has a great lemon scent.   Zones 4-9

Will tolerate even the poorest soils provided it is not soggy.

Best in full sun.

Height:  24″.  Space plants 24″.

Bloom time: early to mid-late summer.

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Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Silver Spoons Plug Flat
Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Silver Spoons Plug Flat
Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Silver Spoons Plug Flat

Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) superbum Silver Spoons

Height: 36 inches

Zone: 3

Tall erect stems, unique spoonlike pure white petals, yellow center, mounded habit

(Formerly Chrysanthemum maximum) No sunny border would seem complete without the familiar presence of Shasta Daisies. This is a terrific dwarf strain, producing a low mound with a long succession of large white yellow-eyed daisies. Great for edging, also excellent in tubs or mixed containers. Divide plants in the spring every 2 to 3 years to maintain vigor. Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly increase the blooming time. Attractive to butterflies.

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Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Snow Lady Plug Flat
Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Snow Lady Plug Flat
Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Snow Lady Plug Flat

Leucanthemum (Shasta Daisy) Snow Lady

Height: 8 inches
Zone: 3

AAS Winning F1 hybrid: Compact, floriferous, weather tolerant, great garden performance.

(Formerly Chrysanthemum maximum) No sunny border would seem complete without the familiar presence of Shasta Daisies. This is a terrific dwarf strain, producing a low mound with a long succession of large white yellow-eyed daisies. Great for edging, also excellent in tubs or mixed containers. Divide plants in the spring every 2 to 3 years to maintain vigor. Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly increase the blooming time. Attractive to butterflies.

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