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New Perennials for 2015 - Displayed by Common Name in Ascending Order - Page 1 of 3

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Common Name
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Adam's Needle Yucca filamentosa
1. Bronze Age
If you love how easy Yuccas are to grow and are looking for something new, try ‘Bronze Age’. Its evergreen foliage is blue-green in summer but then darkens to a remarkable deep burgundy bronze in fall and retains this color through spring the following year.

It is the perfect companion for Euphorbia p. ‘Bonfire’ whose sulfur yellow bracts will contrast sharply with its dark foliage in spring. Deer will steer clear of this dynamic duo and drought won’t even make them flinch.

11C-North Click to display 'Bronze Age' tag image 18"-20" 12"-24" 5-9 10" Green
2. Excalibur
This Yucca forms a uniform, spiky, rounded clump of sword-like, blue-green to glaucous grey-green leaves lined with an extraordinary number of curly white filaments. Its habit is much more uniform and is overall smaller than the straight species.

Impressively stout flower scapes carry white, bell-shaped flowers in early to midsummer.

11C-North Click to display 'Excalibur' tag image 18"-24" 36"-42" 4-10 10" Green
Anemone (Snowdrop) Anemone sylvestris
3. Madonna
Anemone 'Madonna' is a delightful spring bloomer with delicate charm and an iron constitution. It colonizes by spreading rhizomes where it is happy, so give it plenty of space in which to grow.

You’ll love this selection that bears larger 2-3”, pure white, lightly fragrant flowers from late spring into early summer with a possible rebloom in fall. Nodding, cup-shaped, single blossoms which are pollinated by bees are followed by attractive wooly seed heads.

‘Madonna’ makes an excellent groundcover with attractive dark green, divided leaves, growing best in sunny to partially shaded, moist soils in the north but needs afternoon shade if grown in the south. It tends to be more uniform than the straight species.This species of anenome spreads by running rhizomes, making it a choice groundcover for partially shaded areas. It will grow in any type of soil, but will spread more quickly in loose, sandy loam.

9C-South Click to display 'Madonna' tag image 9"-12" 12"-18" 3-8 8" Green
Arrowhead; Duck-Potato Sagittaria latifolia
4. Arrowhead; Duck-Potato
Common Arrowhead is found in very wet soils. Attractive white flowers emerge mid to late summer. Another common name that is atributed to this species is Duck Potato. The tuberous root is edible to wildlife and has traditionally been eaten by Native Americans. 3A-North Click to display 'Arrowhead; Duck-Potato' tag image 12"-36" 12"-36" 3-8 4" Green
Aster Aster
5. Kickin® Carmine Red
KICKIN® 'Carmine Red' produces magenta red flowers with a gold button center. Their habit is superb, forming a very full, bushy, relatively short mound of finely textured green foliage. From late summer through mid-fall, every inch of the foliage is completely covered in flowers, creating a huge splash of color that is so needed in the garden late in the season. 9C-North Click to display 'Kickin® Carmine Red' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 1 Gallon White
Aster (New York) Aster dumosus
6. Wood's Pink
Densely packed clusters of lovely clear pink, semi-double flowers provide outstanding color in the garden from late summer into fall. Since this species has a dwarf, compact habit, it will not require staking. 'Wood's' selections have shown excellent resistance to mildew and rust. 9C-North Click to display 'Wood's Pink' tag image 12"-16" 15"-20" 3-8 8" Green
Astilbe (Chinese) Astilbe chinensis
7. 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
Baby's Breath Gypsophila paniculata
8. My Pink®
Looking for a “pink” baby’s breath that’s actually pink? The new 'My Pink®' Gypsophila is the best we’ve seen so far. In trials, it is very impressive with its large panicles of true light pink flowers which appeared from early through midsummer. This is an upright well-branched bush-type that grows up to 3’ tall, so this large perennial is an effective covering for holes left by spring bulbs. 9C-South Click to display 'My Pink®' tag image 30"-36" 24"-32" 3-9 8" Mocha
9. Summer Sparkles®
Baby’s Breath has come a long way over the years, with breeders improving their habit, bloom time, and longevity in the garden. SUMMER SPARKLES® sets a new standard in taller Gypsophilas. Unlike most which are quite open in habit and go dormant in late summer, this new variety has a much more compact, refined looking form and looks great in the garden all season.

It forms a uniform, very densely branched, rounded clump of grey-green foliage that becomes completely covered in flowers from late spring through midsummer. The white flowers are small, semi-double, and slightly fragrant. They are borne prolifically on all sides of the plant. Deadheading the first round of flowers will encourage the plant to rebloom.

9C-South Click to display 'Summer Sparkles®' tag image 23"-27" 30"-40" 3-9 8" Mocha
Beard-tongue Penstemon barbatus
10. Hot Pink Riding Hood™
This hybrid selection forms a low clump of thick, glossy green foliage, with upright spikes of bright pink trumpet flowers rising above in late spring/early summer. Attractive in the border, containers and useful for cutting. Long blooming. An excellent low-maintenance perennial, especially for hot, dry sites. Attractive to both butterflies and hummingbirds. 11C-North Click to display 'Hot Pink Riding Hood™' tag image 18"-20" 18"-20" 5-9 8" Green
Penstemon x mexicale
11. Carillo™ Purple
Masses of lavender flowers with white throats. This penstemon hybrid produces cheerful upright displays of tubular, white-throated flowers on shorter bushy mounded plants. Got Hummingbirds? You will when you grow this beauty! 5B-North Click to display 'Carillo™ Purple' tag image 8"-10" 10"-12" 5-9 4" Green
12. Carillo™ Rose
Masses of lavender flowers with white throats. This penstemon hybrid produces cheerful upright displays of tubular, white-throated flowers on shorter bushy mounded plants. Got Hummingbirds? You will when you grow this beauty! 5B-North Click to display 'Carillo™ Rose' tag image 8"-10" 10"-12" 5-9 4" Green
Bee Balm, Bergamot Monarda didyma
13. Bubblegum Blast
In midsummer, 'Bubblegum Blast' forms a solid dome of hot pink, 2-2.5” flowers on strong, well-branched stems. The dark green foliage forms an upright clump that will fill out containers nicely but won’t run all over the garden. It displays above average resistance to powdery mildew. 11C-South Click to display 'Bubblegum Blast' tag image 24" 32" 4-9 8" Green
14. Grape Gumball
In midsummer, 'Grape Gumball' forms a solid dome of vibrant magenta, 2-2.5” flowers on strong, well-branched stems. The dark green foliage forms an upright clump that will fill out containers nicely but won’t run all over the garden. It displays above average resistance to powdery mildew. 11C-South Click to display 'Grape Gumball' tag image 20"-24" 16"-24" 4-9 8" Green
15. Lilac Lollipop
In midsummer, 'Grape Gumball' forms a solid dome of vibrant purple, 2" to 2 ½” flowers on strong, well-branched stems. The dark green foliage forms an upright clump that will fill out containers nicely but won’t run all over the garden. It displays above average resistance to powdery mildew. 11C-South Click to display 'Lilac Lollipop' tag image 24"-36" 12"-24" 4-9 8" Green
Bitterroot Lewisia cotyledon
16. Elise Mix
With a dreamy palette of flowers, Elise makes an indelible impression! Glorious shades of soft and vivid pinks, rose, salmon, white, yellow, orange, soft purple and lovely bicolor patterns — an impressionist masterpiece. Prize-winning 4-6" variety flowers its first season without a cold period, working its magic in containers, beds and rockeries. 4D-South Click to display 'Elise Mix' tag image 4"-6" 7"-8" 4-8 4½" White
Blackberry Lily, Leopard Lily Belamcanda chinensis
17. Blackberry Lily
A profusion of unique star-shaped flowers about 2 inches wide are produced on compact plants. They can vary in color from bright yellow-orange to near red, and are always heavily spotted with red. The foliage is sword-shaped like that of a tall bearded iris.interesting seed pods which develop. Tan, pear-shaped pods burst open to reveal clusters of black seeds resembling blackberries, hence the common name. 10C-North Click to display 'Blackberry Lily' tag image 24"-36" 8"-12" 4-10 8" Green
18. Hello Yellow
A profusion of bright yellow, star-shaped flowers are produced above a compact clump of green, sword-shaped foliage. Though the typical Belamcanda flower is heavily spotted, 'Hello Yello' is not. Its foliage is sword-shaped like that of a tall bearded iris. 10C-North Click to display 'Hello Yellow' tag image 18"-24" 8"-12" 4-10 8" Green
Black-eyed Susan, Gloriosa Daisy Rudbeckia hirta
19. Rustic Colors
This strain produces large black-eyed daisy flowers with petals in a range of shades from yellow through to gold, orange, bronze and deep mahogany-red, often with contrasting tips. An outstanding cut flower. Removing faded blossoms regularly will greatly increase the flowering time. Seed heads have good winter interest, and can be used in dried arrangements. Fairly drought tolerant, once established. Wonderful in mixed containers. n/a Click to display 'Rustic Colors' tag image 18"-23" 12"-18" 5-9 4" Green
20. Sahara
A delightful mix of caramel and soft pink/red blooms. Flowers are semi double to fully double. Good heat tolerance and great for amateur cut flowers. 5D-North Click to display 'Sahara' tag image 18"-22" 14"-16" 4-10 4" Green
Blanket Flower Gaillardia grandiflora
21. Sunset Mexican
Gaillardia 'Sunset Mexican' has two rows of watermelon pink and cream/yellow petals carried on very strong stems. This unfussy, long-lived perennial pumps out beautiful flowers nearly all season long. Blooms are colorfast and age well. Plants stay nice and full, even if you ignore them. Drought tolerant once established, this sun-loving, floriferous variety is ideal for containers, beds and borders. 10C-North Click to display 'Sunset Mexican' tag image 15"-17" 15"-17" 5-9 8" Green
22. Sunset Popsy
Gaillardia 'Sunset Popsy' has two rows of dark pink petals with cream tips carried on very strong stems. This unfussy, long-lived perennial pumps out beautiful flowers nearly all season long. Blooms are colorfast and age well. Plants stay nice and full, even if you ignore them. Drought tolerant once established, this sun-loving, floriferous variety is ideal for containers, beds and borders. 10C-North Click to display 'Sunset Popsy' tag image 15"-17" 15"-17" 5-9 8" Green
Bleeding Heart (Fern-leaf) Dicentra
23. 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
Bluestem (Little) Schizachyrium scoparium
24. Smoke Signal
This selection of our native Schizachyrium has a beautifully refined habit and puts forth a strong show of color in late summer and fall. An improvement over older cultivars, this grass maintains its strictly upright habit through fall.

The glaucous blue-green foliage begins to take on scarlet red tones in late summer, turning a deeper red-purple through the fall. Tiny, tan seed heads appear in early fall on the top half of the stems.

12C-South Click to display 'Smoke Signal' tag image 36"-48" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
25. Twilight Zone
The foliage of schizachyrium 'Twilight Zone' has an iridescent purplish-mauve cast that peaks in midsummer. Bright purple highlights appear in late fall. Though native Schizachyriums typically color up in fall, the new ‘Twilight Zone’ possesses a nearly iridescent silvery mauve purple cast all over the whole plant beginning in midsummer. It retains these eerily beautiful tones through fall when brighter purple highlights appear on the flower stems. The attractive foliage forms a strictly upright, narrowly columnar clump that is about half as wide as it is tall.

This grass would be stunning in combination with silver foliage plants like Silver Mound Artemisia in a sunny, hot, dry spot in the landscape.

12C-South Click to display 'Twilight Zone' tag image 48"-54" 24" 3-9 8" Mocha
Buckwheat (Shale Barrens) Eriogonum allenni
26. Little Rascal
This beautiful, long-flowering workhorse is a durable plant that thrives in urban plantings, rock gardens or any consistently dry site. With a tidy, low-growing habit of gray-green, paddle-shaped leaves, it bursts with golden yellow umbels that age to various shades of bronzy orange in the late summer. A wonderful little plant at 18-24” tall, it provides habitat and nectar for butterflies, honeybees, bumblebees and hummingbirds! It is also a great selection for those who enjoy cut flowers. 9C-South Click to display 'Little Rascal' tag image 16"-24" 16"-24" 5-9 8" Green
Cardinal Flower Lobelia speciosa
27. Vulcan Red
Touted as an improved ‘Queen Victoria’, this selection of Lobelia forms much fuller, well-branched, strong stemmed plant with a very uniform habit.

Its deep purple foliage forms a columnar, upright clump topped with spikes of rich cardinal red flowers from midsummer into early fall. This native cultivar is a favorite of hummingbirds and butterflies.

9C-South Click to display 'Vulcan Red' tag image 24"-32" 10"-14" 6-10 8" Green
Carnation Dianthus caryophyllus
28. Can Can Rose
Strong, well branched plants produce many fragrant, rosy-red 2" blooms. 5D-North Click to display 'Can Can Rose' tag image 12"-14" 15"-18" 4-9 4" Green
Carnation (Hardy) Dianthus caryophyllus hybrid
29. Triumph Mix
Plants form a low mound of grassy, grey-green leaves, bearing upright stems of fully double, florist-quality flowers. Wonderful, spicy-clove fragrance. Excellent for cutting. 5D-North Click to display 'Triumph Mix' tag image   18"-24" 12"-14" 6-9 4" Green
Catchfly Lychnis flos-jovis
30. Rolly's Favorite
(aka: Silene x robotii) This was first introduced under the invalid name, Silene x robotii, only to later become a Lychnis flos-jovis. Since Lychnis flos-jovis normally has white-hairy foliage, we won't rule out a yet unnamed baby daddy. Despite one parent hailing from the central European Alps, this Gerardus Oudshoorn hybrid has thrived in our hot, humid summers. For us, the deer-resistant, drought-tolerant Lychnis 'Rolly's Favorite' forms a compact 10" tall x 18" wide basal rosette of fuzzy green leaves, covered from mid-April through summer with 15" stalks, ending in masses of 1" dark pink flowers...quite stunning! 9C-South Click to display 'Rolly's Favorite' tag image 10"-15" 16"-20" 5-8 8" Green
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
Columbine Aquilegia
33. Swan™ Burgundy and White
'Swan Burgundy and White' Columbines have large spurred blooms that dangle tantalizingly over its lacy foliage. Each flower features a gorgeous outer rim of burgundy petals surround the center florette of white petals creating amazing contrast. The upright stems of delicate flowers appear in late summer. The blooms attract both butterflies and hummingbirds. 5D-South Click to display 'Swan™ Burgundy and White' tag image 18"-20" 12"-18" 3-8 4" Green
34. Swan™ Pink and Yellow
A breakthrough color combination in the large-flowered Swan Series. Soft coral-pink outer petals with creamy tips blend harmoniously with pastel yellow inner petals. The blooms of 'Swan Pink and Yellow' face outward and show off perfectly. Easy, prolific, and good for cutting. 5D-South Click to display 'Swan™ Pink and Yellow' tag image n/a 18"-20" 12"-18" 3-8 4" Green
Aquilegia vulgaris
35. Black Barlow
A very unique selection with near-black, fully double, spurless, upward-facing flowers that resemble small dahlias. They are produced in late spring and early summer. This variety was bred especially for cut flower production. 4C-South Click to display 'Black Barlow' tag image n/a 24"-30" 14"-16" 3-9 6" Green
Aquilegia vulgaris var. stellata
36. Ruby Port
This selection features fluffy, double flowers in a rich ruby-red shade, over a low mound of ferny light-green foliage. Excellent for cutting. 4C-South Click to display 'Ruby Port' tag image 24"-27" 12"-16" 3-8 6" Green
Coneflower Echinacea purpurea
37. Burgundy Fireworks
A flashy new coneflower with vivid beet-red quill-like ray flowers, unlike any other! Flowers are huge and long-lasting on stout burgundy stems above glossy foliage. Compact and vigorous. Stunning perennial color for beds, borders, wild gardens and containers. 12C-North Click to display 'Burgundy Fireworks' tag image 18"-20" 18"-24" 5-7 8" Mocha
38. Cone-fections™ Meringue
From the breeding work of Arie Blom of The Netherlands comes this fun new double white Echinacea with pom-pom flowers. White ray petals surround a creamy yellow pom-pom with an apple green center. As the flowers age, the pom-pom expands and turns a lighter yellow color. Compared to a similar white pom-pom type Echinacea called 'Coconut Lime','Meringue' is a shorter with an upright habit. This cultivar is more floriferous than 'Coconut Lime' and the flowers are more white.

Arie's goal in hybridizing Echinacea was to develop dwarf, more floriferous cultivars with pom-pom flowers. The result was this unique new knee-high variety that blooms from mid through late summer. It was introduced by AB Cultivars. This plant is the perfect size for growing in decorative containers, small courtyard gardens, or near the front of the flower border.

12C-North Click to display 'Cone-fections™ Meringue' tag image 18" 16"-18" 3-8 8" Mocha
39. Green Jewel
This incredibly unique Echinacea was discovered by Piet Oudolf and introduced through Future Plants. Light green ray petals surround the large, green cone of this fragrant coneflower. The plants have an upright habit and a height of just 20-24 inches, so no staking is required. 12C-North Click to display 'Green Jewel' tag image 20"-24" 12"-18" 3-8 8" Mocha
40. Piccolino
This selection is the first dwarf, fully double-flowering Coneflower. It produces dark pink, daisy– like petals surrounding a darker pink pompom with a green eye. Lightly fragrant and very floriferous. Plant habit is well-branched, strong and bushy. Ideal for sunny borders and growing in mixed containers. Attractive to butterflies. Excellent for cutting. 12C-North Click to display 'Piccolino' tag image 8"-12" 16"-18" 5-9 8" Mocha
41. Supreme™ Canteloupe
Absolutely the color of a ripe cantaloupe! Young flowers look like a brown eyed, double Gerbera and are excellent as a cut flower. As the flowers expand, they take on a more "Echinacea-like" look and last and last and last. There is no other Echinacea like this on the market. 12C-North Click to display 'Supreme™ Canteloupe' tag image 24"-26" 16"-22" 4-9 10" Green
Coral Bells Heuchera
42. Birkin
Create a bold foliage display with silver-green leaves accented in burgundy. Always attractive with neat foliage in rounded mounds. Creamy white bloom spikes add to the charm. Easily grown in borders or mixed containers. 4D-South Click to display 'Birkin' tag image 8"-12" 8"-12" 4-9 8" Mocha
43. Dolce® Brazen Raisin
Add a dramatic splash of dark purplish black foliage to your combination containers and landscapes with the new Brazen Raisin™. Medium to large size, flat, matte textured leaves with wine red undersides form a dense mound.

In midsummer, deep red scapes carry showy panicles of hot pink buds which open to pale pink to white flowers with a hot pink base. From a distance, the flowers appear like a light pink cloud floating above the nicely contrasting dark foliage. This plant occasionally reblooms into fall.

4D-South Click to display 'Dolce® Brazen Raisin' tag image 8"-10" 18"-24" 4-9 1 Gallon White
44. Galaxy
Very large, thick leathery foliage, very heavily variegated with spots of color on a very dark background. Leaves emerge a startling bright red, and turn darker as they age, the variegation on the other hand gets lighter colored and more noticeable as the season progresses. 'Galaxy' will love heat and humidity, but performs very well in cool climates too. 4D-South Click to display 'Galaxy' tag image 8"-10" 9"-12" 4-9 8" Mocha
Cranesbill Geranium x
45. Havana Blues
Havana Blues’ gorgeous, large blooms are a stunning soft blue. This dwarf Geranium variety makes a great groundcover and will illuminate the garden in the summer months. 12C-North Click to display 'Havana Blues' tag image 8"-10" 8"-10" 5-8 8" Mocha
Geranium x cantabrigiense
46. Biokovo
Great small-scale groundcover for rock gardens! Dwarf spreading form with dainty white flowers flushed pink. Spreads by underground stems, but easy to control.

This hybrid geranium is a spreading, rhizomatous plant typically growing 6-12" high. Features masses of 5-petaled white flowers (3/4" diameter) which are tinged with pink at the base of each petal (pink throat-like centers) and which have pronounced pink stamens. The overall flower effect is that of a very pale pink geranium. Blooms in late spring. Rounded, lobed, medium green foliage. 'Biokovo' runners extend further than those of the original hybrid, and therefore do not form as dense a foliage carpet. A naturally occurring hybrid which was discovered in the Biokova Mountains in Croatia.

12C-North Click to display 'Biokovo' tag image 6"-12" 24"-36" 5-8 8" Green
Cranesbill (Bigroot) Geranium macrorrhizum
47. Spessart
Geranium macrorrhizum is an herbaceous perennial. It starts flowering during late spring and can continue for four weeks, producing a plethora of pink, apple scented flowers during the month. G. macrorrhizum is a great plant for dense groundcover, and will tolerate full sun and dry conditions, making it an ideal specimen for drought resistant gardens. It’s best suited to sunny or partially shady conditions where the soil is well-drained yet moist. It has scented foliage, making it ideal for the edges of borders where it’ll be brushed when walking by. It also works well in containers. 12C-North Click to display 'Spessart' tag image 12"-14" 18"-36" 4-9 8" Green
Culver's Root Veronicastrum virginicum
48. Cupid
Lovely stout lilac-blue flower spikes top stems with whorls of pointed leaves down the entire length. An American native that attracts pollinators. 11C-North Click to display 'Cupid' tag image 24"-36" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Mocha
Daylily Hemerocallis hybrid 
49. Desert Flame
Set your gardens ablaze with the large 5½”, flaming red-orange blossoms of this reblooming daylily. Its color is so vibrant, you’ll need sunglasses to even look at it! Daylily expert Arthur Kroll calls ‘Desert Flame’ “the most beautiful in its color class, a terrific daylily”, and we completely agree! 10C-South Click to display 'Desert Flame' tag image 36" 18"-24" 3-9 10" Green
50. Entrapment
Super bloomer with 32 flowers per stem when mature, mid. Large 6" blue-purple flowers with a yellow throat and wonderful ruffling. Excellent rebloomer and destined to be one of the best! 10C-South Click to display 'Entrapment' tag image 25"-27" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
51. Irresistible Charm
Large, 7", sunny yellow blooms are accented by delicately ruffled, bright orange edges and an exquisite eyezone of the same vivid hue. This gorgeous Daylily will draw all eyes to your landscape when planted in a mixed perennial border or tucked around the front of your evergreen shrubbery – it makes a beautiful contrast in color. Grows to 26" in height and is a reliable rebloomer later in the season. Irresistible Charm is a semi-evergreen Hemerocallis, meaning it will lose some of its foliage and go into a dormant stage for winter. They usually do not require any mulching during this period. 10C-South Click to display 'Irresistible Charm' tag image 20"-26" 18"-24" 3-9 10" Green
52. Lacy Doily
'Lacy Doily' is a beautiful coral double daylily. It grows up to 20" tall with blooms 3-5" across. It is a reblooming and semi-evergreen variety.

Each plant sends up many flower stems, and each stem bears 12 or more buds. Bloom is lavish and continues for several weeks or more on each plant. Trouble-free, maintenance-free, they tolerate most soils and conditions if they get at least 6 hours of sun. Use them in a perennial border, in front of shrubbery, as an edging along a walk or wall, and in your bulb beds, where they hide the ripening foliage of tulips and daffodils. They need dividing only every 10-15 years.

10C-South Click to display 'Lacy Doily' tag image 20"-24" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
53. Moroccan Sunrise
This super producing daylily will bloom with over 400 hundred flowers!! It doesn't re-bloom but you get over 2 months of hundreds of blooms from one! You can't go wrong with this brightly pink toned daylily for awe inspiring beauty in the garden. 10C-South Click to display 'Moroccan Sunrise' tag image 18"-20" 18"-24" 2-9 8" Mocha
54. Passionate Returns
  n/a Click to display 'Passionate Returns' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a Unknown
55. Primal Scream
If you’re looking for the WOW! factor in daylilies, you’ve found it here with ‘Primal Scream’. Nothing comes close to the spectacular 7½-8½ inch, glimmering tangerine orange, gold dusted blossoms and green throat of this selection. One of the most sought-after daylilies available today. 10C-South Click to display 'Primal Scream' tag image 34" 18"-24" 3-9 PW 2.0 Gallon
56. Spacecoast Early Bird
A vibrant and vivid very early blooming daylily that boasts mauve-rose flowers that have ruffled edges with a tint of orange. This variety is a vigorous grower that will increase in size each year and retain a high bud count. After blooming early to mid summer it often makes an encore later in the season! 10C-South Click to display 'Spacecoast Early Bird' tag image 18"-22" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
57. Stephanie Returns
Named for the Perennial Diva Stephanie Cohen, this little daylily really packs a punch! Like its parent, ‘Rosy Returns’, this is a short daylily with smaller but extremely plentiful blossoms produced for about 90 days in zone 6.

The 4” bicolor blossoms display a unique blend of light peachy pink, ruffled petals with a narrow, purple eye, radiant yellow throat, purple midribs, and reddish veining. The recurved sepals are a deeper rose purple. They are presented atop slender, well-branched and very heavily budded scapes in early summer followed by nearly continuous bloom for the rest of the summer. Several flower scapes are produced from each fan, and this vigorous daylily can form up to six fans per year.

If you’ve had enough of Stella and are ready to try something with a softer color palette, try Stephanie!

10C-South Click to display 'Stephanie Returns' tag image 16"-18" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
58. When My Sweetheart Returns
One of only a handful of truly everblooming daylilies, this little charmer blooms non-stop for about 3 ½ months straight beginning in early July in zone 5.

Each 4", soft peachy yellow blossom with a large, rose pink eye, lemon throat, and romantically ruffled petals is of perfect form. You’ll be impressed with how quickly this daylily bulks up and unlike most daylilies that produce a single flower scape per fan, this one often produces several scapes per fan, making it extremely floriferous in the landscape.

Its short stature and continuous flower show makes this the perfect daylily for growing at the front of the border and in containers. Each flower has an extended bloom, remaining open for at least 16 hours.

10C-South Click to display 'When My Sweetheart Returns' tag image 14"-16" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
Delphinium Delphinium
59. Black Eyed Angels
Aptly named, this Delphinium produces tall spires of frilly white flowers with black bees. The stems are very strong, holding up well in the landscape. Planted en masse, they make a magnificent display in early summer. 11C-South Click to display 'Black Eyed Angels' tag image 36"-5' 18"-24" 3-7 8" Green
60. Cobalt Dreams
Breeder Terry Dowdeswell has been working hard to develop a new strain of Delphiniums that have consistently deep, true cobalt blue flowers and now he’s done it!

This new selection produces strong, tall spires tightly packed with cobalt blue florets with brightly contrasting white central bees. They draw your attention from quite a distance and add terrific architectural presence to the garden in early summer and fall. Uniform color and form ensure a stunning display whether planted singly or en masse.

12C-North Click to display 'Cobalt Dreams' tag image 48"-6' 18"-24" 3-7 8" Green
Dumbo's Ears Rudbeckia maxima
61. Dumbo's Ears
Great Rudbeckia Dumbo's Ears. Incredible wildflower. Tall and bold. Huge basal leaves of powder blue with giant stalks rise straight up bearing deep golden coneflowers. The central cones of Rudbeckia Maxima are 4-6" tall making it a real conversation piece. 12C-North Click to display 'Dumbo's Ears' tag image 5'-7' 24"-36" 4-9 10" Green
False Dragonhead Physostegia virginiana
62. Pink Manners
Physostegia 'Pink Manners' is a new clumping obedient plant that reaches 3' tall with clusters of light pink, well-behaved flowers in early summer...slightly taller and with a larger head than Physostegia 'Miss Manners'. This is a great addition to the summer flower garden as well as being a great cut flower. Physostegia 'Pink Manners' prefers a moist soil but is very tolerant of average garden conditions as well as short periods of drought. 9C-South Click to display 'Pink Manners' tag image 34"-36" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
False Indigo Baptisia
63. Blue Towers
  12C-North Click to display 'Blue Towers' tag image 48"-52" 36"-48" 4-9 8" Mocha
64. Decadence® Cherries Jubilee
An unusually beautiful and unique flower color as well as densely branched foliage set this new variety apart. Deep maroon buds open to bicolor maroon and yellow flowers held on strong scapes above the blue-green foliage in late spring to early summer. Secondary branching on the flower stems makes this variety especially floriferous. As the flowers age, they turn gold. 12C-North Click to display 'Decadence® Cherries Jubilee' tag image 30"-36" 36" 4-9 PW 1.0 Gallon
False Spirea Astilbe arendsii
65. 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
66. Bridal Veil
The classic white astilbe, 'Bridal Veil' has lacy white panicles that gently droop at the tips, lending a frothy look to the clump. 11B-North Click to display 'Bridal Veil' tag image n/a n/a 18"-22" 4-9 8" Green
67. Color Flash® (aka Beauty of Ernst)
Brilliant electric green foliage emerges in early spring, soon maturing to a palette of burgundy, purple and green. In fall, foliage turns vibrant gold, orange and russet colors. Group in flower beds or spot in mixed containers. Tolerates more sun than other varieties, making it much more versatile in the garden. 11B-North Click to display 'Color Flash® (aka Beauty of Ernst)' tag image 12"-16" 24"-28" 4 8" Green
68. 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
69. Rock and Roll
Astilbe 'Rock and Roll' has puffy white plumes with a pyramidal shape, and large, coarsely textured, dark green foliage and reddish stems. It blooms in early summer. 11B-North Click to display 'Rock and Roll' tag image 20" 12"-15" 4-9 8" Green
70. Younique™ Lilac
Astible YOUNIQUE LILAC™ grows quickly to form a nice mound of petite foliage topped by bunches of fragrant, triangular, lavender pink plumes in early to midsummer. 11B-South Click to display 'Younique™ Lilac' tag image 16"-20" 16"-20" 4-9 8" Mocha
71. Younique™ Silvery Pink
Astible YOUNIQUE SILVERY PINK™ grows quickly to form a nice mound of petite foliage topped by bunches of fragrant, triangular, pale pink plumes in early to midsummer. 11B-North Click to display 'Younique™ Silvery Pink' tag image 16"-20" 16"-20" 4-9 8" Green
Astilbe japonica
72. Peach Blossom
  11B-South Click to display 'Peach Blossom' tag image 24" 15"-18" 4-9 8" Green
False Sunflower Heliopsis helianthoides
73. Summer Nights
This outstanding selection forms a tall clump with beet-red stems and green leaves tinged with bronze. The large single-daisy flowers are golden yellow with a contrasting mahogany-red center, a total color breakthrough! Outstanding cut flowers. Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly extend the blooming season. May require staking, particularly when grown in very rich garden soil. Easily divided in early spring. Easy and always rewarding. Attractive to butterflies. 9C-North Click to display 'Summer Nights' tag image 36"-48" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Green
74. Sunstruck
This selection forms a tall, bushy mound of silver and green variegated leaves, bearing branching heads of large, sunny-yellow, daisy flowers. Outstanding cut flowers. Removing faded flowers regularly will greatly extend the blooming season. Easily divided in early spring. A selection of one of our native wildflowers. Attractive to butterflies. 9C-North Click to display 'Sunstruck' tag image 14"-16" 12"-14" 4-9 8" Green
Fern (Branford Beauty) Athyrium x
75. 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
76. 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 (Red Stemmed Painted)
77. 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
Fern (Tassel) Polystichum rigens
78. Tassel Fern
A small, easy-to-grow fern for edging woodland gardens, sunny to partially shaded rock gardens or in containers. It forms an arching mound of leathery, sharp-toothed, triangular fronds that mature to medium green. Foliage remains evergreen in mild winter regions. A completely non-spreading species, with a relatively slow growing habit. A Japanese native. Clumps may be divided in spring if desired. 12B-South Click to display 'Tassel Fern' tag image n/a 12"-16" 20"-23" 5-9 8" Mocha
Fleeceflower Persicaria amplexicaulis
79. Golden Arrow
Rich pink-red to dark crimson spikes arise in great numbers over clumps of bright golden-green lance-shaped leaves which may grow as long as 10 inches on a settled-in specimen. The late summer to autumn flowering time on this Mountain Fleece make it a useful texture when planted with late blooming daylilies or any of the many daisy/aster flowers which occur in great abundance during this part of the growing season.

'Golden Arrow' would be striking with Eupatorium rugosum ‘Chocolate’. This is a low maintenance perennial of very easy disposition planted in any good soil sited in more sun than not. 'Golden Arrow' is easy, tough and demonstrates fantastic contrasting texture. It's a clumper. Division or cutting grown.

9C-South Click to display 'Golden Arrow' tag image 24"-36" 18"-24" 4-8 8" Green
Foamflower Tiarella hybrid
80. 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
Foamy Bells Heucherella hybrid
81. Leapfrog
This easy perennial is valued for its colorful foliage, year-long garden interest, and low maintenance needs.

Heucherellas are mainly grown for their attractive foliage and ‘Leapfrog’ is no exception. Its new growth in spring is bright chartreuse yellow with a prominent broken pattern of burgundy pigment in the center of each leaf. As temperatures rise and the leaves mature, they grow larger and mellow to green with dark purple centers.

In late spring, pure ivory, bottlebrush shaped flowers stand above the foliage on 24 inch tall scapes.

‘Leapfrog’ is a H. villosa hybrid which means that it is naturally more heat and humidity tolerant and also has greater vigor than Heucherellas without such parentage. It forms a very dense mound of interesting foliage that is evergreen in most climates.

4D-South Click to display 'Leapfrog' tag image 10"-12" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Mocha
82. Pink Fizz
A durable plant for sun or shade, this new Heucherella forms a full clump of large, deeply lobed, soft green leaves with a light silvering and heavy wine red to deep purple veining. It keeps its cool coloring and maintains its tight habit all season.

From early through midsummer, pure pink flowers burst open from hot pink buds on scapes that bubble up above the leaves like strawberry soda pop. The flowers are closely spaced on the wands, giving a strong show of color just above the foliage.

4D-South Click to display 'Pink Fizz' tag image 8" 18" 4-9 8" Mocha
Foamy Bells (Trailing)
83. Sunrise Falls
A vigorous, trailing Heucherella with large, yellow, maple-shaped leaves and red veins. Fall leaves have dramatic red tints. The stems will trail 2 feet in a container making a wonderful hanging basket or a super groundcover. 4D-South Click to display 'Sunrise Falls' tag image 6"-8" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Mocha
Fountain Grass (Miniature) Pennisetum alopecuroides
84. Little Bunny
A truly miniature fountain grass, 'Little Bunny' stands only 18" tall when in bloom. Cute cream-colored, tufted seed heads look like a bunch of little bunnies' tails dancing above the dense clump of dark green foliage. The blooms begin to appear in midsummer.

Due to its small size, this variety is particularly well-suited to sunny rock gardens, containers, or the front of the border. It originated as a seedling of P. 'Hameln'.

12C-South   16"-20" 20"-24" 5-9 8" Mocha
Four-leaf Water Clover Marsilea mutica
85. Four-leaf Water Clover
The foliage of this species resembes four-leaf clover. This particular variety of Marcilea has reddish-brown stripes that split the darker green on the top half of the leaflets and the lighter green of the lower half. When the four leaflets are open, the pattern on the individual leaflets come together to create a charming design. It reaches 4 to 12 inches tall, spreads, and will grow in sun or shade. It does best when planted 4 inches to 9 inches below the surface of the water. It also will grow in damp soil. It is very cold hardy - it will take temperatures below 15 degrees F. 3A-North Click to display 'Four-leaf Water Clover' tag image n/a 4"-12" 12"-18" 5-9 Unknown
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea
86. Dalmation Purple Improved
This first year flowering perennial foxglove has a strong growth habit, floridity, and intensely colored flowers. This improvement over 'Dalmatian Purple' displays greater vigor, better uniformity, and an earlier bloom time.

This Fleuroselect Gold Medal winner produces large spikes of outward facing, lilac purple flowers with maroon spotted throats on sturdy, upright stems in early summer.

Digitalis forms large rosettes of downy, green, oblong leaves from which numerous flower spikes emerge. It looks especially nice when planted along fences, at the wood's edge, or in large containers.

9C-South Click to display 'Dalmation Purple Improved' tag image 24"-36" 12"-14" 4-9 8" Green
Gas Plant Dictamnus albus
87. Purpureus
A classic perennial that has received renewed attention as of late. Very strong, tall stems carrying light pink, 6-petaled flowers with long, eyelash-like stamens and brighter pink veins unfurl from bright pink buds from late spring into midsummer (earlier in warmer zones). This perennial forms a bushy clump of dark green, leathery, pinnate leaves that smell of lemons when crushed. Deer typically leave this plant alone due to its aromatic foliage, but butterflies enjoy its blossoms. Dictamnus is rumored to get its common name from a light volatile gas that is emitted from the plant, though we haven’t tested this theory ourselves. 12C-North Click to display 'Purpureus' tag image   24"-36" 18"-24" 3-7 8" Mocha
Goldenrod Solidago x
88. Little Lemon
This perennial has it all! It's easy to grow, provides a showy splash of color in the garden when little else is blooming, attracts butterflies, looks great in containers, and makes a very long-lasting cut flower. Unlike the taller, more wild cultivars, this petite version of goldenrod can find a place in everyone's garden.

Little Lemon is the most compact form of goldenrod available today. It grows 8 to 14 inches tall depending on the growing conditions. From late summer into early fall, an abundance of lemon yellow panicles cover the finely textured, green leaves. If cut back, it often reblooms. Use this plant to extend the season of interest in your garden well into fall.

11C-South Click to display 'Little Lemon' tag image 8"-14" 12"-18" 5-8 8" Green
Heather (Summer Flowering) Calluna vulgaris
89. Blaze
Mauve flowers August-September. Upright habit with green foliage. Spring tips red. 4C-South Click to display 'Blaze' tag image 14"-16" 16"-18" 5-9 8" Mocha
Hens and Chicks Sempervivum
90. Rocknoll Rosette
This colorful selection produces medium sized rosettes of deep orange to wine red leaves flushed apple green at the base. It offsets freely, making it an ideal small scale groundcover for sunny, dry areas.

This plant is particularly effective when planted in the cracks and crevices of stone walls or walkways. It is also very attractive in containers.

4D-South Click to display 'Rocknoll Rosette' tag image n/a 3"-4" 6"-8" 3-8 4½" White
Hollyhock (Fig Leaf) Alcea ficifolia
91. Las Vegas
“Like the bright colorful lights of Las Vegas”, this mixed color strain of fig leaf hollyhocks bears large, saucer-shaped flowers in unique shades of red, copper, chestnut brown, yellow, pink, and white over a long period beginning in early summer.

This hardy species of hollyhock has decorative lobed leaves that are borne all the way up the stems, leaving little bare stem at the base. ‘Las Vegas’ is a bit shorter than the species, standing about 5-6 feet tall in bloom.

9C-South Click to display 'Las Vegas' tag image 5'-6' 18"-24" 3-9 8" Green
Hosta Hosta hybrid
92. Afterglow
  n/a Click to display 'Afterglow' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a Unknown
93. 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
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. Curly Fries
  n/a Click to display 'Curly Fries' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a Unknown
96. June Spirit
  n/a Click to display 'June Spirit' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a Unknown
97. Kiwi Full Monty
A sport of 'Striptease', 'Kiwi Full Monty' looks much like its parent, but with rich blue margins. Its leaf center transitions from chartreuse to creamy yellow to ivory. ?Occasionally, a thin white line is present where the leaf center and margin meet. 11B-South Click to display 'Kiwi Full Monty' tag image 22"-32" 48" 3-9 10" Green
98. Neptune
This unique blue hosta is popular among hosta collectors and makes a very nice specimen in the home garden.

In spring, the narrow wedge-shaped leaves are bright glaucous blue and they hold their color well. As the season progresses they turn more blue-green. The heavily rippled leaves are of good substance, displaying some slug resistance. Lavender flowers are produced on arching scapes in late summer to early fall.

This hosta has a lovely cascading form that is displayed to best effect when planted on a ledge or in a container.

11B-South Click to display 'Neptune' tag image 24" 47" 3-9 10" Green
99. Pocketful of Sunshine
  n/a Click to display 'Pocketful of Sunshine' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a Unknown
100. Rainbow's End
This unique hosta exhibits incredibly variegated, shiny foliage. The bright yellow leaves of good substance have dark green margins that jet into the center, and the center brightens to creamy white in summer. It forms a medium sized mound of attractive foliage in the landscape.

In late summer, showy red scapes carry the dark lavender, tubular flowers.

11B-North Click to display 'Rainbow's End' tag image 11"-19" 21" 3-9 10" Green
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