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Common Name
Botanical Name
Cultivar
Description
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Astilbe (Chinese) Astilbe chinensis
1. Vision in Red
A robust grower, 'Vision in Red' has deep red buds that open to pinkish-red flowers on full plumes. It blooms in midsummer, with flowers being held on red stems above the bronze-green foliage. 11B-South Click to display 'Vision in Red' tag image 15" 15" 4-9 8" Mocha
Begonia (Dragonwing) Begonia tuberhybrida
2. Dragon Wing® Red
Extremely vigorous with a dense habit and heat tolerant. Abundant flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Dragon Wing® Red' tag image 12"-15" 15"-18" 9-11 4½" White
Begonia (Tuberous 'On Top®' Series) Begonia x tuberhybrida
3. On Top Sunset Shades
On Top Sunset Shades Begonias are outstandingly quick blooming, well-branched, heat tolerant, and hardy. They have numerous blooms and an extremely long blooming period. Sunset Shades Begonias features a range of warm yellow reds, apricots and orange pink colored blooms. 1C-North Click to display 'On Top Sunset Shades' tag image 8"-12" 12"-15" 9-11 4½" White
Begonia (Tuberous)
4. Illumination® Apricot
Produces cascades throughout the summer. Abundance of 2½" to 3" double Apricot-colored flowers. 1B-North Click to display 'Illumination® Apricot' tag image 8"-8" 24" 9-10 10" Hanging Basket
5. Illumination® Golden Picotee
Illumination Golden Picotee features, showy 2-3 inch semi-double and fully double blooms in designer shades of salmon, coral, gold and orange. The dramatic cascading plants are heat tolerant and easy to grow. 1B-North Click to display 'Illumination® Golden Picotee' tag image n/a 8"-8" 24" 9-10 10" Hanging Basket
6. Illumination® Scarlet
Trailing begonia beautiful in hanging baskets. Large, cascading flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Illumination® Scarlet' tag image 3"-4" 24" n/a 10" Hanging Basket
7. Nonstop™ Appleblossom
Fully double, white with light pink flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Appleblossom' tag image 8"-8" 12" 9-10 4½" White
8. Nonstop™ Apricot
Fully double, bright apricot flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Apricot' tag image 8"-8" 12" 9-10 4½" White
9. Nonstop™ Deep Salmon
Fully double Salmon flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Deep Salmon' tag image 8"-12" 12"-18" 9-10 4½" White
10. Nonstop™ Mix
The favorite for reliable, colorful blooms. One of the easiest and most rewarding tuberous Begonias! Rich colors in many flower forms, all with large, showy green foliage. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Mix' tag image 8"-12" 12"-16" 9-10 10" Hanging Basket
11. Nonstop™ Mocca Cherry
Fully double blooms in cherry on plants with burgundy colored foliage. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Mocca Cherry' tag image 8"-12" 12"-16" 9-10 4½" White
12. Nonstop™ Mocca Pink Shades
Fully double, pink flowers on dark foliage. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Mocca Pink Shades' tag image 8"-12" 12"-12" 10 4½" White
13. Nonstop™ Mocca Scarlet
Fully double, scarlet flowers on dark foliage 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Mocca Scarlet' tag image 8"-12" 12"-12" 10 4½" White
14. Nonstop™ Mocca Yellow
Fully double, yellow flowers on dark foliage. 1C-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Mocca Yellow' tag image 8"-12" 12"-12" 10 4½" White
15. Nonstop™ Orange
Fully double, vibrant orange flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Orange' tag image 8"-12" 12"-12" 10 4½" White
16. Nonstop™ Pink
Fully double, vibrant pink flowers all season. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Pink' tag image 8"-12" 12" 9-10 4½" White
17. Nonstop™ Red
Fully double, red flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Red' tag image 8"-12" 12" 9-10 4½" White
18. Nonstop™ Rose Petticoat Imp.
Large, double, pink and white flowers all summer. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Rose Petticoat Imp.' tag image 8"-12" 12" 9-10 4½" White
19. Nonstop™ Yellow
Fully double, bright yellow flowers all season. 1B-North Click to display 'Nonstop™ Yellow' tag image 8"-8" 12" 9-10 4½" White
Begonia (Wax-leaf) Begonia semperflorens
20. Super Olympia® Mix
Super Olympia Series feature glossy green leaf, early, superior performance in the garden, producing larger flowers and brighter colors. Exceptionally long blooming, and grows 10" tall. 11D-South Click to display 'Super Olympia® Mix' tag image 9"-10" 9"-10" n/a Flat
21. Super Olympia® Pink
Super Olympia Series feature glossy green leaf, early, superior performance in the garden, producing larger flowers and brighter colors. Exceptionally long blooming, and grows 10" tall. 11D-South Click to display 'Super Olympia® Pink' tag image 9"-10" 9"-10" n/a Flat
22. Super Olympia® Red
Super Olympia Series feature glossy green leaf, early, superior performance in the garden, producing larger flowers and brighter colors. Exceptionally long blooming, and grows 10" tall. 11D-South Click to display 'Super Olympia® Red' tag image 9"-10" 9"-10" n/a Flat
23. Super Olympia® Rose
Super Olympia Series feature glossy green leaf, early, superior performance in the garden, producing larger flowers and brighter colors. Exceptionally long blooming, and grows 10" tall. 11D-South Click to display 'Super Olympia® Rose' tag image 9"-10" 9"-10" n/a Flat
24. Super Olympia® White
Super Olympia Series feature glossy green leaf, early, superior performance in the garden, producing larger flowers and brighter colors. Exceptionally long blooming, and grows 10" tall. 11D-South Click to display 'Super Olympia® White' tag image 9"-10" 9"-10" n/a Flat
Black Snakeroot; Bugbane Cimicifuga racemosa
25. Hillside Black Beauty
Masses of striking, dark purplish-black foliage contrasted by long, white bottlebrush blooms fascinates the eye and peaks everyone's curiosity. The darkest Cimicifuga to date, 'Hillside Black Beauty' is truly a collector's item. 11C-South Click to display 'Hillside Black Beauty' tag image 48"-7' 36"-48" 4-8 10" Green
Bleading Heart Dicentra spectabilis
26. Gold Heart
A bright twist on a classic perennial! Radiant yellow foliage absolutely glows in spring, creating a brilliant focal point in the shade garden. Arching sprays of everyone’s favorite classic bleeding heart flower - pink and white heart-shaped blooms. 12B-North Click to display 'Gold Heart' tag image 18"-24" 24"-36" 3-9 8" Mocha
Bleeding Heart (Fern-leaf) Dicentra
27. Ivory Hearts
From Japan's Akira Shiozaki come this new hybrid bleeding heart between the Asian Dicentra peregrina and the US native D. eximia. 'Ivory Hearts' forms a compact, but vigorous 1' tall x 1' wide, long-flowering clump of glaucous blue-green foliage, which is topped starting in early spring with sprays of pure white heart-shaped flowers. Continuous rebloomer! 12B-North Click to display 'Ivory Hearts' tag image 10"-12" 12"-16" 3-9 10" Green
Bridal Veil Gibasis geniculata
28. Bridal Veil
Tiny olive-green leaves and white flowers cascade in a decorative veil from this elegant hanging plant. Bridal Veil is a vigorous hanging plant that stays bushy and more attractive if pruned regularly. n/a Click to display 'Bridal Veil' tag image 14"-24" n/a 8-10 4½" White
Browallia Browallia hybrid
29. Endless Flirtation
This series brings knockout color to any shady location. With just a little light, these strong growers create a bounty of star-shaped blooms atop medium green foliage. White brilliant flowers bloom profusely throughout the season. 1C-North Click to display 'Endless Flirtation' tag image 16"-20" 8"-10" 10-11 4½" White
30. Endless Illumination
This series brings knockout color to any shady location. With just a little light, these strong growers create a bounty of star-shaped blooms atop medium green foliage. A true dark blue beauty with a white center. 1C-North Click to display 'Endless Illumination' tag image 10"-14" 8"-10" 10-11 4½" Mocha
Celandine Poppy Stylophorum diphyllum
31. Celandine Poppy
This attractive woodland plant will grow well in zones 4-8 in with little to no care in rich woodland soils. It can tolerate drier, sunnier sites with some care. Imagine these bright yellow poppies next to some blue Jacob's Ladder or Mertensia, pinkish Trout Lily or white Trillium in a spring, woodland garden! A welcome, well-deserved sight in April after a long winter. After seeds drop out of its large, hairy pods, Celandine Poppy will go dormant. Seedlings will readily emerge everywhere if fresh seed is scattered on the soil surface. Ants typically aid in seed dispersal.

This plant should not be confused with Chelidonium majus, Greater Celandine a Eurasian semi-weedy biennial often present in highly disturbed areas. The leaves and flowers of the two can be very difficult to distinguish, but they are very different in the seeding stage; Chelidonium has a long, hairless "legume" look, while Stylophorum's fuzzy pods (photos, left) are unmistakable.

11C-South Click to display 'Celandine Poppy' tag image 10"-12" 10"-12" 4-9 6" Green
Cinquefoil Potentilla x
32. Arc En Ciel
This variety has green strawberry-like leaves, bearing sprays of double button flowers of orange-red with a bronzy center. Brilliant flowers brighten any shady area of the landscape.

Trim off faded bloom stems to encourage more buds to form. Plants may be sheared back after blooming, to rejuvenate the foliage. Division may be done in early spring or in the fall. Cut back to the ground in spring.

11C-North Click to display 'Arc En Ciel' tag image 12"-16" 10"-12" 4-9 8" Green
Clematis (large flower) Clematis viticella 
33. Venosa Violacea
4-5" flowers of white background with purple veins throughout, turning all purple on the edges. Very distinctive variety that we are sure will become a real popular variety. Introduced in 1995! Blooms July, August, and September. 12B-South Click to display 'Venosa Violacea' tag image 8'-9' n/a 4-11 10" Green w/ Trellis
Coleus Solenostemon scutellarioides
34. Electric Slide
What could be better than an easy to grow Coleus that is equally at home in a bed or a hanging basket? With a strong, canary-yellow background, shocking red veins and a ruffled emerald edge, it's hard to keep your eyes off. Naturally neat and compact, very shy flowering with short violet blue flowers late in the season. 4D-North Click to display 'Electric Slide' tag image 23"-26" 30"-36" 10-11 6" Green
35. Pineapple
Scalloped edges add to the already impressive contrast of ruby and chartreuse foliage. 4D-North Click to display 'Pineapple' tag image n/a 10"-18" 10"-18" 10 6" Green
36. Sky Fire
Burgundy-red leaves with a ruffled lime edge. 4D-North Click to display 'Sky Fire' tag image 12"-18" 12"-16" 10-11 6" Green
Coleus ('Colorblaze®' Series)
37. Colorblaze® Alligator Tears
Crocodile green foliage with a creamy-yellow tear drop center. 4D-North Click to display 'Colorblaze® Alligator Tears' tag image 20"-30" 12"-16" n/a 6" Green
Coleus ('Kong®' series)
38. Kong® Red
This exciting series of coleus features extremely large leaves and unique patterns on well-branched plants that grow tall in the garden. An eye-catching choice for large containers and landscapes, Kong also makes a good indoor house plant in bright artifi 4D-North Click to display 'Kong® Red' tag image 18"-20" 15"-24" n/a 6" Green
39. Kong® Rose
This exciting series of coleus features extremely large leaves and unique patterns on well-branched plants that grow tall in the garden. An eye-catching choice for large containers and landscapes, Kong also makes a good indoor house plant in bright artifi 4D-North Click to display 'Kong® Rose' tag image 18"-20" 15"-24" n/a 6" Green
40. Kong® Salmon Pink
HUGE foliage. Unique color combinations on foliage, adds interest to shade garden beds and containers. 4D-North Click to display 'Kong® Salmon Pink' tag image n/a 18"-20" 15"-18" n/a 6" Green
Coleus ('Wizard™' Series)
41. Wizard™ Mosaic
Oval to heart-shaped leaves in a nice color range. The garden performance is superior due to the dwarf basal branching plant habit. 8D-South Click to display 'Wizard™ Mosaic' tag image n/a n/a 10"-14" 12"-14" n/a Flat
42. Wizard™ Pineapple
Compact plants have very colourful, medium-size leaves, making this an excellent choice for shade plantings. Separate colors singly or in combination with impatiens or other shade-loving varieties make striking beds, baskets and containers. 8D-South Click to display 'Wizard™ Pineapple' tag image n/a 10"-14" 10"-12" n/a Flat
Coral Bells Heuchera
43. Blackout
This Dirk Scheys introduction is blacker than 'Obsidian' and apparently a more vigorous grower. Contrasting beautifully with the dark foliage, creamy white flowers appear in June and last well into July. 4D-South Click to display 'Blackout' tag image 12"-18" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Green
44. Dolce® Key Lime Pie
The chartreuse foliage is stunning and the plants are extermely cold hardy. 4D-South Click to display 'Dolce® Key Lime Pie' tag image 8"-12" 10"-14" 5-11 1 Gallon White
Heuchera villosa
45. Citronelle
'Citronelle' is a robust hybrid with citron yellow leaves and silver undersides. When planted in heavier shade, the leaves will be more chartreuse. Small, creamy white bell flowers mid- to late-summer. Nice compact habit. 4D-South Click to display 'Citronelle' tag image 12"-14" 14" 4-9 8" Mocha
Dogwood (Pagoda) Cornus alternifolia
46. Golden Shadows ('W. Stackman')
An outstanding new variegated selection of Pagoda dogwood with bright golden-yellow variegated foliage shaped like a hosta. A big bold gold margin surrounds the emerald green center. New growth is often infused with hints of red. n/a Click to display 'Golden Shadows ('W. Stackman')' tag image 12'-15' 10'-12' 3 5 Gallon
Earth Star Cryptanthus
47. Black Mystic
Cryptanthus 'Black Mystic' will make you do a double take. This Cryptanthus has incredible black foliage with white/silver strips. The leaves of 'Black Mystic' look exactly like pheasant feathers! Cryptanthus are sometimes refered to as Earth Stars. n/a Click to display 'Black Mystic' tag image n/a 6"-10" 8"-12" 9-11 Unknown
False Spirea Astilbe arendsii
48. Amethyst
Strong, lavender plumes of Astilbe Amethyst sway above lacy deep green foliage in profusion. Airy plumes in early summer move with the slightest breeze. 11B-North Click to display 'Amethyst' tag image 31"-33" 18"-24" 4-8 8" Green
49. Color Flash® Lime (aka Beauty of Lisse)
The leaves on Color Flash® Lime emerge light green and develop an intense yellowing as the season progresses. This plant is ideal for containers, shaded perennial gardens and borders where its vibrant colored leaves provide a flash of color all season long. 11B-North Click to display 'Color Flash® Lime (aka Beauty of Lisse)' tag image 18"-24" 14"-18" 3-8 8" Green
Astilbe hybrid
50. Amber Moon
'Amber Moon' is useful for brightening up the shade garden as well as providing beautiful long-stemmed flowers for fresh and dried bouquets. The foliage emerges bright chartreuse yellow in spring with a tinge of red pigment in the newest leaves. It provides a bright spot of color and lacy texture to the shade garden in spring and then greens up a bit by late summer. 11B-South Click to display 'Amber Moon' tag image 34"-38" 22"-28" 4-9 8" Mocha
Astilbe japonica
51. Peach Blossom
  11B-South Click to display 'Peach Blossom' tag image 24" 15"-18" 4-9 8" Green
Fern Asplenium scolopendrium 'Undulatum'
52. Hart's Tongue Fern (undulata)
Asplenium scolopendrium 'Undulatum' is a wild selection of the European Hart's-tongue fern that makes a 10" tall x 15" wide clump of evergreen, horizontally-held tongues...each seemingly plugged into an electrical socket. The bizarrely wavy foliage makes a clump that no one will pass by without staring. Good soil drainage, a slightly moist soil, and a near neutral pH are essential. 12B-South Click to display 'Hart's Tongue Fern (undulata)' tag image n/a 9"-12" 9"-12" 5-9 8" Mocha
Dryopteris affinis
53. Golden Scaled Male Fern
A three foot high clump of dark shiny green with two tufted lines shooting from the crown to converge at the tip of each frond draws comments whether it is used as a specimen or as a massed background planting. 12B-South Click to display 'Golden Scaled Male Fern' tag image n/a 24"-48" 36" 4-8 8" Mocha
Matteuccia struthiopteris 
54. Ostrich Fern
One of the largest and most popular ferns in cultivation today. The dark green, pinnate fronds are shaped like ostrich plumes, being much wider at the top and tapering down to a bare stipe. 12B-South Click to display 'Ostrich Fern' tag image n/a 36"-6' 36"-48" 3-7 8" Mocha
Osmunda cinnamomea
55. Cinnamon Fern
The cinnamon fern is one of the earliest ferns to emerge in the spring. Young fronds are covered with white, woolly hair before they unfurl. When full grown, the waxy fronds are yellow-green and grow 24 to 36 inches tall and 6 to 8 inches wide. 12B-South Click to display 'Cinnamon Fern' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 3-10 8" Mocha
Fern (Autumn) Dryopteris erythrosora
56. Brilliance Autumn Fern
This evergreen improved new clone is a more colorful form of the evergreen Autumn fern. The new fronds are lustrous and orange/bronze and become dark green at maturity. A wonderful new addition to your fern garden. One of the top 10 most popular ferns. 12B-South Click to display 'Brilliance Autumn Fern' tag image n/a 18"-24" 18"-24" 5-8 8" Mocha
Fern (Branford Beauty) Athyrium x
57. Branford Beauty
A stunning addition to the Athyrium genus, 'Branford Beauty' is an interspecific hybrid of the Japanese Painted Fern (A. niponicum 'Pictum') and the red stemmed Lady Fern (A. filix-femina). This hybrid sports silvery gray fronds held upright by reddish stems. It forms an attractive clump and is great for massing in woodland areas or used as a specimen plant. 12B-South Click to display 'Branford Beauty' tag image n/a 24" 24" 3-8 8" Mocha
Fern (Japanese Painted - Giant) Athyrium niponicum
58. Godzilla
Like Athyrium n. ‘Pictum’ on steroids, this giant painted fern was discovered at Plant Delights Nursery in the mid-90s and is thought to be a sporeling of ‘Pictum’ and the Lady Fern.

It forms a massive, arching clump of silvery fronds with green highlights and dark purple stems. Like the Lady Fern, ‘Godzilla’ spreads slowly where it is happiest in moist, loamy soils.

Grow this fern as a low maintenance filler in shady borders combined with large hostas and Aralia ‘Sun King’.

12B-South Click to display 'Godzilla' tag image n/a 36" 48"-6' 3-8 8" Mocha
Fern (Japanese Painted)
59. Pictum / Metallicum
2004 Perennial Plant of the Year! One of the most colorful ferns for the garden, the Japanese Painted Fern has silvery-grey fronds which are dusty purple towards the center. They are set off by the purplish-red veins and stems. 12B-South Click to display 'Pictum / Metallicum' tag image n/a 12"-18" 24" 3-8 8" Mocha
Fern (Lady) Athyrium filix-femina
60. Tatting Fern ('Frizelliae')
A most unusual lady fern that does not look like normal ferns as it has roundish leaflets on its short stems. It will always be an attention getter in the garden. 12B-South Click to display 'Tatting Fern ('Frizelliae')' tag image n/a n/a 12"-18" 18" 4-8 8" Mocha
Fern (Red Stemmed Painted) Athyrium niponicum
61. Red Beauty
A recently introduced deciduous fern which is similar to A. n. 'Pictum'. It has silvery-green fronds, but the stems and veins are much brighter red. (Note: This red color takes 2-3 years to develop.) Its broad habit makes this cultivar a good groundcover for moist, shady areas. It grows quickly if provided with moist, well-drained soil.

An excellent foil for any other perennial, its silvery fronds set off all the other colors in the garden. Try combining it with tiarella, hosta, myosotis, or pulmonaria.

12B-South Click to display 'Red Beauty' tag image n/a 18"-24" 12"-18" 4-9 8" Mocha
Fetterbush Leucothoe fontanesiana
62. Rainbow
This graceful evergreen shrub is at home along the banks of creeks or massed in front of shrub borders. Often used to "loosen up" the tight feel hollies give to the landscape. Best planted in generous drifts. May flowers are fragrant. SB-5 Click to display 'Rainbow' tag image 5'-6' 48"-5' 5-8 2 Gallon
Foamflower Tiarella hybrid
63. Jade Peacock
‘Jade Peacock’ grows into a very densely compact clump that won’t run all over the garden like the groundcover types of Tiarellas. From early spring into early summer depending on the climate, spikes of light pink buds appear above the foliage, bursting open into creamy white, lightly fragrant, star-like blossoms. The flowers are spaced closely together on the stems, creating greater visual impact.

This beautiful woodland perennial provides year round interest with its evergreen, feathery patterned foliage. In spring, the new foliage emerges bright yellowish green with a prominent, deep red center, maturing to jade green with a deep purple center in summer. In winter, the evergreen foliage turns deep mahogany purple with a black center.

4D-South Click to display 'Jade Peacock' tag image 8"-10" 15"-20" 4-9 8" Green
64. Sugar and Spice
'Sugar and Spice' has everything in a Tiarella: glossy, deeply dissected leaves with a prominent central blotch, abundant pink and white lightly fragrant flowers, and beautiful winter foliage color. This clump forming selection is a show stopper in shaded gardens and containers. 4D-South Click to display 'Sugar and Spice' tag image n/a n/a 8"-12" 10"-12" 4-9 8" Mocha
Foamy Bells Heucherella hybrid
65. Gold Zebra
Striking bright yellow, feathery leaves are boldly marked with dark-red. Lush foliage and a tight crown make this plant unbeatable for a ground cover or under high branching shrubs. A standout in containers or front of the border. 4D-South Click to display 'Gold Zebra' tag image 10" 15" 4-9 8" Mocha
Forget-Me-Not Myosotis sylvatica 
66. Bluesylva
Abundant vibrant, tiny blue flowers cover compact, bushy plants. Attracts butterflies. 6B-North Click to display 'Bluesylva' tag image 8"-8" 15" 5-9 4" Green
Fuchsia Fuchsia
67. Blacky (Midnight)
A delightful succession of elegant blooms on attractive, spreading plants. Flowers all summer to autumn. 1C-North Click to display 'Blacky (Midnight)' tag image 12"-18" 12"-18" n/a 10" Hanging Basket
68. Blue Eyes
Large pale pink and bright blue double flowers on a trailing plant. 1C-North Click to display 'Blue Eyes' tag image 18"-18" 9" n/a 10" Hanging Basket
69. Dark Eyes
Deep blue corollas with red sepals, spring to fall. 1C-North Click to display 'Dark Eyes' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 9-10 4½" White
70. Deep Purple
Stunning deep purple flowers with white sepals bloom on trailing plants. 1C-North Click to display 'Deep Purple' tag image 12"-15" 12"-14" n/a 10" Hanging Basket
71. Lisa
Double blooms with lavender/orchid corolas and bright rose sepals. 1C-North Click to display 'Lisa' tag image 18" n/a n/a 10" Hanging Basket
72. Peachy
Plant has rose & white blooms, white-tipped green sepals. 1C-North Click to display 'Peachy' tag image 10"-12" 10"-12" n/a 10" Hanging Basket
73. Swingtime
Upright habit has scarlet sepals and a white corolla with red veins. Blooms spring through fall. 1C-North Click to display 'Swingtime' tag image 18"-24" 24" 9-10 4½" White
74. Windchimes® Red/White
New series exhibits a mounding, spreading habit. Extremely floriferous, this series adapts to all forms of container and garden plantings. n/a Click to display 'Windchimes® Red/White' tag image 6"-10" 6"-10" 10-11 10" Hanging Basket
75. Windchimes® Rose/Purple
New series exhibits a mounding, spreading habit. Extremely floriferous, this series adapts to all forms of container and garden plantings. n/a Click to display 'Windchimes® Rose/Purple' tag image 6"-10" 6"-10" 10-11 10" Hanging Basket
76. Windchimes® Upright Lilac/Rose
Fuchsia Windchimes Upright is a companion series to the popular Windchimes basket varieties that were bred and selected to be tolerant of warmer growing conditions and higher light levels. The goal was to develop fuchsias that would sustain growth through the summer months. Windchimes Upright possesses a plant form ideal for production in containers versus the trailing form that’s most commonly used in hanging baskets. n/a Click to display 'Windchimes® Upright Lilac/Rose' tag image 12"-14" 6"-10" n/a 4½" White
77. Windchimes® White/White
New series exhibits a mounding, spreading habit. Extremely floriferous, this series adapts to all forms of container and garden plantings. n/a Click to display 'Windchimes® White/White' tag image 6"-10" 6"-10" 10-11 10" Hanging Basket
Fuchsia hybrid 
78. Shadow Dancers® Betty
Brilliant red sepals with a double corolla in clear white and compact, upright growth. 1C-North Click to display 'Shadow Dancers® Betty' tag image 8"-12" 14"-18" 9-10 4½" White
79. Shadow Dancers® Marcia
A showy combintation of bright cherry red sepals and brilliant violet magenta corolla. 1C-North Click to display 'Shadow Dancers® Marcia' tag image 8"-12" 14"-18" 9-11 4½" White
80. Shadow Dancers® Rosella
Upright, compact pale pink and white flowers all summer. 1C-North Click to display 'Shadow Dancers® Rosella' tag image 8"-12" 14"-18" 9-11 4½" White
81. Shadow Dancers® Violette
Dainty pastel pink tinged sepals and violet corollas ona compact habit. 1C-North Click to display 'Shadow Dancers® Violette' tag image 8"-12" 8"-10" 9-11 4½" White
Fuchsia (Dbl. Trailing) Fuchsia 
82. Bella Rosella
Very large mauve flowers with whitish-pink sepals. Use in pots. 1C-North Click to display 'Bella Rosella' tag image 12"-14" 12"-15" n/a 10" Hanging Basket
Ginger (Chinese Wild) Asarum hybrid
83. Splendens
One of the finest members of the ginger family. The large, dark green, pointed leaves are elegantly mottled with silver throughout. In early spring, you'll find 2", dark purple flowers underneath the large leaves at soil level. 12C-North Click to display 'Splendens' tag image 5"-8" 10"-16" 6-9 8" Mocha
Ginger (Panda Face Wild) Asarum maximum
84. Shell Shocked
This unique evergreen groundcover for the shade forms a slowly spreading clump of glossy, oval to arrow shaped, green leaves with pewter colored, embossed tortoise shell-patterned veining. The common name “Panda Face Ginger” comes from the large, clearly patterned, black and white flowers that appear just below the foliage from mid to late spring. 12C-North Click to display 'Shell Shocked' tag image 4"-6" 8"-12" 6-9 8" Mocha
Hosta Hosta hybrid
85. Abiqua Drinking Gourd
Uniquely cupped, deep blue-green leaves that are heavily corrugated and slug resistant. Hostas offer a fascinating combination of color and texture! They remain attractive from spring to frost and increase in value with every passing year. 12B-North Click to display 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' tag image 14"-18" 24" 3-9 8" Mocha
86. Alakazaam
This flashy miniature hosta adds spark to the edge of a shade garden. Long, narrow, tapered leaves are green with bright yellow, ruffled margins in spring. In summer, the margins brighten to creamy white. Lavender flowers are produced in late summer. 12B-North Click to display 'Alakazaam' tag image 5" 10" 3-9 8" Mocha
87. Andrew
This unique tricolor hosta forms a medium to large sized, upright mound of leaves that have a lot of character: they are corrugated, puckered, folded, and ruffled at the base. Glaucous blue-green, rounded leaves have a showy wide, feathery, white center with green jetting between the center and margin. The white coloring extends all the way down the leaf petiole and up the flower scapes which carry pale lavender flowers in early to midsummer. 12B-North Click to display 'Andrew' tag image 19"-22" 28"-32" 3-9 8" Mocha
88. August Moon
Large, heart-shaped leaves are bright gold to chartreuse depending on the amount of sun exposure. Tolerates full sun which will intensify the gold color of the leaves. 12B-North Click to display 'August Moon' tag image 20"-24" 42" 3-9 8" Green
89. Blue Angel
Gigantic, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves are of heavy substance and are very slug resistant. White flowers are held attractively above the foliage on 48" scapes in midsummer. 12B-North Click to display 'Blue Angel' tag image 36" 48" 3-9 10" Green
90. Blue Ivory
Showy sport of the ever-popular 'Halcyon'. Medium sized hosta with thick, slug resistant foliage. In spring, the leaves display a wide, creamy white margin and blue center. By summer, the margins have brightened to white and the center deepens to blue-green. During the heat of late summer, a greenish blush may appear over portions of the margin. Lavender flowers are produced in midsummer. 12B-North Click to display 'Blue Ivory' tag image 16"-24" 30" 3-9 10" Green
91. Blue Mouse Ears
2008 American Hosta Growers Hosta of the Year! Adorable small hosta with thick (almost rubbery), round, blue-green to grey-green leaves. Forms a perfectly symmetrical mound. Clusters of lavender, bell-shaped flowers in mid-summer. 12B-North Click to display 'Blue Mouse Ears' tag image 8" 12" 3-9 8" Mocha
92. Brother Stefan
Described by many as the most spectacular hosta they have ever seen! 'Brother Stefan' is a large-sized hosta with a moderate growth rate and thick, heavily corrugated and puckered leaves that are green with a brilliant gold center. Near-white flowers sit just above the foliage in late spring or early summer. 12B-North Click to display 'Brother Stefan' tag image 20" 36" 3-9 10" Green
93. Captain Kirk
An impressive, eye-catching large hosta; makes an excellent specimen plant. An improved sport of 'Gold Standard' with much wider, dark green margins, gold centers, and heavier substance. Pale lavender flowers appear on 30" scapes in midsummer. 12B-North Click to display 'Captain Kirk' tag image 20" 36" n/a 10" Green
94. Coast to Coast
'Coast to Coast’ is a giant, solid gold hosta that makes a striking specimen in the shade garden. Its foliage emerges gold in spring and turns lighter gold with a bit more sun exposure in the summer months. As the leaves mature, they become thick and puckered with wavy edges and have nearly white undersides.

The upright vase-shaped clump is topped with green scapes carrying pale violet flowers in midsummer. This hosta tends to be more slug resistant because of its thick substance foliage and rigidly upright habit. It can be grown as a single specimen in a large container or in a prominent place in the landscape.

12B-North Click to display 'Coast to Coast' tag image 20" 36" 3-9 2 Gallon
95. Cool as a Cucumber
This gorgeous large hosta forms an incredibly showy, cascading clump of green and white variegated foliage. Larger than its parent overall, its foliage is notably upright in youth, but quickly develops into a gracefully arching mound. The long, tapered, pointed leaves have bright green margins which jet towards the clear white center. The leaves are also of greater substance than its parent. In early summer, creamy white scapes carry light lavender flowers. 11B-South Click to display 'Cool as a Cucumber' tag image 28" 48" 3-9 10" Green
96. Empress Wu
Huge dark green, deeply veined leaves of good substance can measure more than 1½ feet wide and long. Strongly upright habit, forming a very tall and wide clump. Pale reddish violet flowers appear just above the foliage in early to midsummer. 12B-North Click to display 'Empress Wu' tag image 36"-48" 5'-6' 3-9 2 Gallon
97. Grand Prize
A sport of the popular 'Grand Tiara'; considered by many to be the best in the 'Tiara Series'. Green leaves have very wide, vivid gold margins that brighten to cream in summer. Dark purple flowers appear on 24 inch scapes in midsummer. 12B-North Click to display 'Grand Prize' tag image 12"-24" 24" 3-9 8" Mocha
98. Great Expectations
Lives up to its name! A slow grower, but well worth the wait. Thick, puckered, broadly ovate leaves are slug resistant. Fern green streaks are painted between the margin and center of each leaf; every leaf is unique. 12B-North Click to display 'Great Expectations' tag image 20"-24" 40" 3-9 8" Mocha
99. Guardian Angel
Showy new sport of 'Blue Angel' with creamy white and blue edged leaves in spring. Color tends to fade into the season but remains a stunning specimen. 12B-North Click to display 'Guardian Angel' tag image 24" 36" 3-9 10" Green
100. High Society
Small sized hosta great for containers or the front of the border. A stunning sport of 'June' with distinctly wider, blue margins. Yellow center brightens to parchment by midsummer. Pale lavender flowers open just above the mound of foliage in late summer. Small and slow growing, but worth the wait; makes a fantastic specimen. 11B-South Click to display 'High Society' tag image 8"-12" 15" 3-9 8" Mocha
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