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Alpine Rock Thyme; Alpine Calamint Acinos alpinus
1.  Alpine Rock Thyme; Alpine Calamint
 
Also known as Alpine Calamint, this is a seldom seen but easy-to-grow alpine or rock garden perennial. This is closely related to Thyme, forming a low cushioned mound or tuft of tiny green leaves. Clusters of bright magenta-pink to purple flowers are held on the ends of the stems for most of the summer. Attractive to bees and butterflies. Drought tolerant, ideal for alpine troughs and gravel gardens. Evergreen in mild winter regions. 7D-South Click to display 'Alpine Rock Thyme; Alpine Calamint' tag image 2"-4" 8"-12" 4-9 4½" White
Anemone (Japanese) Anemone x hybrida
2.  Party Dress
A staple item for the fall border, 'Party Dress' is an outstanding hybrid with attractive, glossy green foliage. Fluffy, pink, double flowers, up to double the size of most other Japanese Anenomes, are produced prolifically beginning in late summer. Watching them sway in the breeze brings a feeling of calm and peace to the garden. In Michigan, this variety continues to bloom into October, and can usually withstand a light frost. Try planting it with other fall bloomers such as mums, asters, snakeroot, and Sweet Autumn Clematis.

Since this plant is a bit late to rise in the spring, it makes an ideal cover for the dying foliage of spring bulbs.

10C-South Click to display 'Party Dress' tag image 36"-38" 18"-24" 5-8 8" Mocha
Aster (KICKIN® Series) Aster
3.  Lilac Blue
KICKIN™ 'Lilac Blue' produces lilac blue 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. 9D-South Click to display 'Lilac Blue' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 1 Gallon White
4.  Pink Chiffon
KICKIN™ 'Pink Chiffon' produces pastel pink 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. 9D-South Click to display 'Pink Chiffon' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 1 Gallon White
Beard-tongue Penstemon x mexicale
5.  Carillo Red
Fiery color will turn heads! Winner of the 2014 Fleuroselect Gold Medal Award. Judges were impressed by the masses of fuchsia red flowers. 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 Red' tag image 8"-10" 10"-12" 5-9 4" Green
Bee Balm, Bergamot Monarda didyma
6.  Pardon My Pink
No room for the tall, bushy, traditional Bee Balm in your garden? Now there’s a petite selection that’s easy to tuck into the front of your sunny border and combination containers. Reaching just a foot tall at maturity, 'Pardon My Pink' forms a bushy, well-branched clump of deep green, glossy foliage.

From mid through late summer, cheerful true medium pink flowers sit just at the top of the foliage. Though the plant may be dwarf, the flowers are the same size as taller selections, measuring a full 2½" - 3" across. They add a bright splash of color to the border in high summer.

11C-South Click to display 'Pardon My Pink' tag image 10"-12" 8"-12" 4-9 8" Mocha
Bellflower (Clustered) Campanula glomata
7.  Genti Twisterbell
 
Produces unique blue and white bi-color flowers, profuse bloomer with large terminal clusters of blue flowers. Secondary blooms occur along the axils of the upright stems for extended summer bloom. 9C-South Click to display 'Genti Twisterbell' tag image 20"-22" 18"-24" 3-8 8" Mocha
Black Snakeroot; Bugbane Cimicifuga racemosa
8.  Chocoholic
  11C-North Click to display 'Chocoholic' tag image n/a n/a   n/a n/a n/a 10" Green
Blanket Flower Gaillardia grandiflora
9.  Lunar Harvest Moon
 
Lunar Harvest Moon gaillardia produces daisy like yellow flowers with red centers. The long bloom season makes it a useful plant. Easy to grow in any sunny spot with well drained soil. Well-branched, easy-to-grow plants, perfect for containers and borders. n/a Click to display 'Lunar Harvest Moon' tag image 10"-12" 10"-12" 5-10 Unknown
10.  Lunar Two Moons
 
Lunar Harvest Moon gaillardia produces daisy like yellow flowers with red centers. The long bloom season makes it a useful plant. Easy to grow in any sunny spot with well drained soil. Well-branched, easy-to-grow plants, perfect for containers and borders. n/a Click to display 'Lunar Two Moons' tag image n/a 10"-12" 10"-12" 5-10 Unknown
Bluestem (Big) Andropogon gerardii
11.  Indian Warrior
‘Indian Warrior’ forms a tall, strictly upright clump of green foliage that begins to take on dusky purple tones as early as midsummer. In late summer, glossy deep purple, three-branched inflorescences that vaguely resemble a turkey’s foot (hence the common name) are produced on reddish stems. When they first open, tiny bright red-orange pollen sacs dangle from the flowers and are quite visible even from a distance. As the cooler weather arrives, the foliage transitions from green to a deep smoky purple with red highlights, becoming enrobed in a shroud of purple by mid-fall. Dubbed the “monarch of the prairie”, this native grass was once the dominant component of the American tallgrass prairie. It adapts easily to a wide range of soil and moisture conditions as long as full sun is provided. This long-lived grass has a variety of uses including screening, naturalizing, restoring prairies, and nesting materials for birds and mammals. n/a Click to display 'Indian Warrior' tag image 5'-6' 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
Catmint Nepeta faassenii
12.  Cat's Meow
Truly the “cat’s meow”, the best Nepeta we’ve seen yet! Unlike most Nepetas that have a bit of a wild, unkempt look, this first class selection keeps its tidy, dense, rounded shape all season long.

Its small, grey-green, aromatic leaves are topped with well-branched stems carrying spikes of sky blue flowers with purple calyxes from early summer into early fall.

‘Cat’s Meow’ has everything today’s gardeners are looking for: a low maintenance, drought tolerant, deer resistant, long blooming perennial that looks great all season.

11C-South Click to display 'Cat's Meow' tag image 17"-20" 24"-36" 3-8 1 Gallon
Cattail (Micro) Typha minima
13.  Micro Cattail
 
Like a miniature version of our native Cat-tail, this is a great choice for planting beside a pond or stream. Plants form a clump of narrow, grassy leaves, bearing upright stems of fat, round brown cat-tail flowers during the summer. These remain attractive well into the winter. Excellent for cutting. Roots spread to form a patch when grown in the open ground. Clumps may be divided in early spring. Easily grown in a tub, set into a water feature so it remains constantly moist. 3A-North Click to display 'Micro Cattail' tag image n/a n/a 12"-24" 12"-18" 3-10 Unknown
Cattail (Variegated) Typha latifolia
14.  Variegata
This cattail is a pond favorite, with bold green and white striped leaves, cinnamon coloured catkins, and a less aggressive habit than the species – a standout. 3A-North Click to display 'Variegata' tag image 40"-5' 30"-35" 3-8 Unknown
Chameleon Plant Houttuynia cordata
15.  Chameleon
 
‘Chameleon’ (synonymous with ‘Variegata’ and ‘Tricolor’) features green leaves variegated with shades of red, pink, yellow and/or cream on bright red stems. Foliage is aromatic when bruised. Tiny, inconspicuous greenish-white flowers in 1-1.5” spikes are subtended by four showy white petal-like bracts. Flowers appear in mid to late spring.

Plants spread invasively by rhizomes and may need to be restrained by soil barriers or planted in areas where fixed structures such as sidewalks or buildings will restrict spread. In water gardens, grow in containers as marginal aquatic plants. Plants tolerate up to 2” of standing water over the crowns. In natural ponds, plants are also often grown in containers sunk into the mud to maintain control and to avoid unwanted invasive spread. Grow as a ground cover in moist, boggy areas. Genus name honors Martin Houttuyn, 18th century Dutch botanist.

3A-North Click to display 'Chameleon' tag image n/a 9"-15" 24"-36" 4-10 Unknown
Cinquefoil Potentilla thurberi
16.  Monarch's Velvet
 
Potentilla Monarch's Velvet showcases captivating flowers with raspberry-red, heart-shaped petals surrounding a velvet crimson center. Common name, Cinquefoil, means five-leaved in reference to the foliage. Mounds of low maintenance strawberry-like foliage adds a pleasing texture to complement other plants in the garden. 11C-North Click to display 'Monarch's Velvet' tag image 12"-24" 12"-18" 5-9 8" Green
Columbine (Rocky Mountain) Aquilegia caerulea
17.  Origami Blue & White
 
Origami Blue And White Columbine is smothered in stunning Dainty, nodding, bell-shaped blue and white flowers on a compact, many-branched plant. The flowers are excellent for cutting. Makes a welcome addition to shade and woodland gardens. 5D-South Click to display 'Origami Blue & White' tag image 12"-16" 12" 3-9 4" Green
Coneflower Echinacea purpurea
18.  Cheyenne Spirit
This stunning first-year flowering echinacea captures the spirit of the North American plains by producing a delightful mix of flower colors from rich purple, pink, red and orange tones to lighter yellows, creams and white. This wide range of flower colors on well branched, durable plants are sure to please the color preferences of any gardener. As an added bonus, ‘Cheyenne Spirit’ does not require a lot of water and offers a wide range of uses from the perennial border, in a mass landscape planting, in a butterfly garden or as a cut flower. 5D-South Click to display 'Cheyenne Spirit' tag image 22"-30" 18"-28" 4-9 4" Green
19.  Cleopatra
Named for the brilliant yellow Cleopatra Butterfly, the blossoms of this fantastic new coneflower mimics its namesake. Incredibly vibrant golden yellow, fragrant flowers with a large, orange cone are produced on very strong, well-branched stems above a stocky clump of compact, deep green foliage. The single flowers measure a full 3-3 ½” across since their petals are held horizontally, and they lighten to creamy yellow as they age. 12C-North Click to display 'Cleopatra' tag image 16"-18" 12"-16" 4-8 8" Mocha
20.  Hot Papaya
A breakthrough in Echinacea breeding! From mid through late summer, highly fragrant, 3 inch, spicy red-orange flowers bloom with a papaya orange halo in the pom-pom center. The glowing orange flowers have terrific visual impact from quite a distance, especially when planted in groups. Be sure to cut a few for a fresh bouquet that will last nearly two weeks. Though it is a hybrid of two species, ‘Hot Papaya’ strongly exhibits the traits of E. purpurea in foliage and habit. The plant forms a strong, sturdy clump with robust, deep green foliage and thick stems with maroon markings. It grows about three feet tall in the landscape, making it a good choice for the middle of the flower border. 12C-North Click to display 'Hot Papaya' tag image 30"-36" 24"-30" 4-9 8" Mocha
21.  Julia
Named for the glowing orange Julia Butterfly, the blossoms of this fantastic new coneflower mimics its namesake. Glowing tangerine orange, single flowers with a deep copper cone are produced on very strong, well-branched stems above a stocky clump of compact, deep green foliage. As the flowers broaden and age, they lighten a bit to golden orange. These impressive flowers with horizontally held petals measure a full 4” across—an incredibly large flower for such a compact plant. 12C-North Click to display 'Julia' tag image 16"-18" 12"-16" 4-8 8" Mocha
22.  Marmalade
 
Echinacea Marmalade's fully double flowers are amazingly large, fragrant, and held atop strong stems in the garden. Marmalade boasts giant 4" flowers each containing over 150 vibrant orange petals. Flowers are held atop strong stems that make superb long-lasting cutflowers! n/a Click to display 'Marmalade' tag image 26"-30" 24"-30" 4-9 Unknown
23.  Passion Flute
This yellow quilled sibling to 'All That Jazz' Echinacea has pure light yellow flowers have very consistently fluted petals held horizontally out from the golden orange cone. The flowers expand as they age, maturing to an expansive 3½ - 4½” diameter. 12C-North Click to display 'Passion Flute' tag image 30"-36" 18"-24" 4-8 8" Mocha
24.  Raspberry Truffle
The new ‘Raspberry Truffle’ offers a completely different shade of coneflower we haven’t seen until now. Imagine a deliciously fragrant, strawberry peach smoothie with a dollop of milk chocolate on top and you have ‘Raspberry Truffle’. 12C-North Click to display 'Raspberry Truffle' tag image 28"-32" 20"-24" 5-9 8" Mocha
25.  Secret Affair
You’ll surely swoon for this gorgeous deep fuchsia, fragrant, pom pom double coneflower! Its sizable blooms appear on short, sturdy stems above the exceptional dark green foliage from midsummer through early fall, potentially until frost.

Since it branches low on the stems and grows vigorously, you’ll soon have a full, bushy clump that has presence in the landscape and containers. As the plentiful flowers age, they lighten slightly taking on pretty mauve and lavender tones. Be sure to cut a few for your fresh bouquets.

12C-North Click to display 'Secret Affair' tag image 22" 23" 4-9 8" Mocha
26.  Virgin
This introduction, selected by renowned garden designer and plantsman Piet Oudolf, offers superior garden performance compared to the older white Echinaceas. The large, fragrant, pure white flowers have a green cone and a double row of horizontally held ray petals, lending a very full look about them. The plants have an attractive upright habit and do not require staking. 12C-North Click to display 'Virgin' tag image 20"-24" 12"-18" 3-8 8" Mocha
27.  White Double Delight
 
A delightful, re-blooming crisp white sport of the ever-popular ‘Pink Double Delight’. Like Pink Double Delight, this plant is well branched and very floriferous, producing numerous straight and sturdy flower stems. The dainty blooms are a bright, clear white with a touch of lime green in the center, and very long lasting. 12C-North Click to display 'White Double Delight' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Green
Coral Bells Heuchera villosa
28.  Magnum
 
Heuchera 'Magnum' is a giant Heuchera villosa hybrid that lives up to its name by reaching 1' tall x 2' wide with huge 10" dark purple leaves that take on a silvery cast as the season progresses. The clumps are topped with thin stalks of small white flowers in late spring.

This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States.

4D-South Click to display 'Magnum' tag image 8"-12" 12"-16" 4-9 8" Mocha
29.  Tiramisu
'Tiramisu' is a very showy H. villosa hybrid and it represents a breakthrough in heuchera breeding. In both spring and fall, the chartreuse foliage has a heavy smattering of brick red coloration that radiates out from the midrib of each leaf. During the summer, the leaves lighten to chartreuse and develop a light silver overlay.

'Tiramisu' has a fantastic compact habit, so it looks great in containers or as edging.

This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States.

4D-South Click to display 'Tiramisu' tag image 8"-10" 10" 4-9 8" Mocha
Coral Bells ('Dolce®' Series) Heuchera
30.  Dolce Blackberry Ice
If you’re looking for the new standard in purple Heucheras, you’ve found it! You’ll be impressed by the vigorous growth of ‘Blackberry Ice’ and since it’s a H. villosa hybrid, it also exhibits greater heat and humidity tolerance. 'Blackberry Ice' forms a full, rounded clump of attractive foliage that stays nice all season long. The newest leaves are a remarkable iridescent purple with black veining and have amethyst purple undersides. As the leaves mature, they develop a softly luminescent pewter overlay. In midsummer, reddish purple scapes which are quite proportional to the foliage carry wands of cream flowers. Whether you grow ‘Blackberry Ice’ near the front of the flower border or in containers, you’re going to love it! 4D-South Click to display 'Dolce Blackberry Ice' tag image 10"-12" 18"-22" 4-9 1 Gallon White
31.  Dolce Cinnamon Curls
Easy care Heuchera 'Cinnamon Curls' gives you a deep warm color up to 12 months. Cinnamon Curls Coral Bells beautiful red-hued ruffled leaves and mounded habit is quickly becoming a home run favorite among gardeners with its beauty, vigor and good garden performance. 4D-South Click to display 'Dolce Cinnamon Curls' tag image 8"-12" 8"-12" 4-9 1 Gallon White
Cranesbill Geranium
32.  Pink Penny
A pink flowering selection of the popular Geranium 'Jolly Bee'. Like its parent, 'Pink Penny' is a floriferous variety that produces large, cupped, pink flowers on robust plants from early summer well into fall. 12C-North Click to display 'Pink Penny' tag image 12" 14" 5-8 10" Green
Cross Gentian Gentiana cruciata
33.  Blue Cross
This Gentian sets itself apart from the species by its intense blue violet flowers on compact, durable, drought resistant plants. From midsummer into early fall, clusters of small, 4-petaled flowers open and bloom at the nodes. At each node, the spoon-shaped leaves meet at angles to form a cross, thus the name Cross Gentian. 11C-North Click to display 'Blue Cross' tag image n/a n/a 9"-11" 10" 3-7 1 Gallon
Daylily Hemerocallis hybrid 
34.  Majestic Move
This daylily is officially classified as a yellow-pink blend and at just the right angle you can detect a hint of pink on the petals. From a distance though, this is a yellow daylily. Very large 6” flowers with a majestic form are produced on candelabra branched scapes in midseason followed by a rebloom later in the summer. Each majestic flower begins to open the night before and then remains open for at least 16 hours. This is considered a premium daylily, which means that it has been selected as highly performing plant with exceptional bloom performance, substantive, vibrantly colored flowers, complete winter hardiness in northern zones, and a vigorous habit. 10C-South Click to display 'Majestic Move' tag image 28" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Mocha
35.  Midnight Raider
‘Midnight Raider’ is a tremendous performer, the best in its color class. Very thick, exceptionally heavily budded scapes support the large, deep reddish purple flowers with a prominent, bright citron yellow halo and green throat. The fragrant blossoms shimmer with diamond dusting and have slightly recurved, deeply ruffled petals. This outstanding daylily blooms first in midseason and then again later in the season. Not to be missed! 10C-South Click to display 'Midnight Raider' tag image 30" 18"-24" 3-9 10" Green
36.  Moses' Fire
 
The double flowers of 'Moses' Fire', a truly deep-red Daylily, have a faint golden streak on their ruffled edges, evoking the burning bush. Its petals are tightly packed for a dramatic display of vivid color. An early and profuse bloomer, it puts on a second show at summer's end. A winner, for sure. 10C-South Click to display 'Moses' Fire' tag image 22"-24" 18"-24" 4-9 8" Mocha
37.  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 Unknown
38.  Ruby Spider
One look and it’s easy to see why this incredible daylily is a multiple award winner! The gigantic 9”, dark ruby red flowers are officially classified as “unusual form-spatulate” since the petals are long and spoon-shaped. The petals open very wide and flat, displaying the large, golden yellow throat and matching midribs nicely. Planted singly or en masse, this outstanding daylily is sure to make a huge visual impact in the landscape! 10C-South Click to display 'Ruby Spider' tag image 34" 18"-24" 3-9 True Gallon
English Daisy Bellis perennis
39.  Speedstar Mix
 
Speedstars are first year flowering without vernalization & produce masses of semi-double, carmine red flowers with yellow eyes. Excellent in the garden. 6B-North Click to display 'Speedstar Mix' tag image 5"-6" 6"-9" 4-9 4" Green
False Chamomile Boltonia asteroides var. latisquama 'Masbolimket'
40.  Jim Crockett
This selection is named in honor of the Jim Crockett, first host of The Victory Garden television show. Similar in effect to a midsized fall-blooming Aster. Mounding blue-green leaves bear a billowing cloud of lavender-mauve daisies from late summer into autumn. Foliage is resistant to powdery mildew. Great for cutting. An excellent compact selection. 4C-South Click to display 'Jim Crockett' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 4-9 1 Gallon White
False Indigo Baptisia
41.  Decadence™ Blueberry Sundae
Deep indigo blue flowers much more vibrant than B. australis and a perfect plant habit are the key features of this new variety. An excellent floral display occurs in late spring to early summer. The deep blue-green foliage forms a more compact, upright mound to 3ft tall at maturity. ‘Blueberry Sundae’ is a vigorous grower and the foliage looks great all summer. Ornamental seed pods extend the season of interest into fall. 12C-North Click to display 'Decadence™ Blueberry Sundae' tag image n/a n/a 36" 30"-36" 4-9 10" Green
False Spirea Astilbe chinensis
42.  Vision In White
‘Vision in White’ is a robust growing selection which produces loads of large, creamy white, triangular plumes in midsummer.

Though the foliage is full and robust like others in the Visions series, it is not as coarsely textured. Rather, the green leaves are smooth and glossy. Foliage and flower combine in an elegantly refined display in the landscape.

11B-North Click to display 'Vision In White' tag image 24" 18" 4-9 8" Mocha
Astilbe hybrid
43.  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-North Click to display 'Amber Moon' tag image 34"-38" 22"-28" 4-9 8" Mocha
Fern Asplenium scolopendrium 'Undulatum'
44.  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
Fern-Lady Athyrium filix-femina
45.  Victoriae
"This is the most spectacular of all cultivars in its magnificent frond architecture. It is really the Queen of Green", according to Dr. John Mickel former curator of ferns at the New York Botanical Garden and author of "Ferns for American Gardens". As with other forms of lady ferns there is so much variability with spore production that it is necessary to produce this form in tissue culture, so its clones are identical to the parent. This superb selection has fronds whose pinnae (leaflets) crisscross to form x's and has crested pinnae tips. 12B-South Click to display 'Victoriae' tag image n/a 18"-24" 20"-24" 4-9 8" Mocha
Foamy Bells Heucherella hybrid
46.  Thunderbird
This new perennial is a riot of color and is bound to jump right out of the landscape! Its most brilliant coloration comes in spring when the deeply divided leaves are bright gold with a prominent contrasting overlay of brick red pigment. Gold veining feathers through the red color complemented by a luminous gold outline around each leaf. This vibrant coloration is most pronounced when sited in more sunlight. In the summertime, the leaves mellow to green but retain their strong deep purple coloring in the center of each leaf. Late spring to early summer brings wands of light pink buds which open to pale pinkish white flowers. Secondary flowers and sterility make this selection particularly long blooming. 4D-South Click to display 'Thunderbird' tag image 9"-16" 20" 4-9 8" Mocha
Foxglove Digitalis purpurea
47.  Dalmation Mix
This first year flowering perennial foxglove has a strong growth habit, floridity, and intensely colored flowers. 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. 6B-North Click to display 'Dalmation Mix' tag image 16"-20" 12"-14" 4-9 4" Green
48.  Dalmation Peach
This first year flowering perennial foxglove has a strong growth habit, floridity, and intensely colored flowers. 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. 6B-North Click to display 'Dalmation Peach' tag image 16"-20" 12"-14" 4-9 4" Green
49.  Dalmation Purple
This first year flowering perennial foxglove has a strong growth habit, floridity, and intensely colored flowers. 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. 6B-North Click to display 'Dalmation Purple' tag image 16"-20" 12"-14" 4-9 4" Green
50.  Dalmation Rose
This first year flowering perennial foxglove has a strong growth habit, floridity, and intensely colored flowers. 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. 6B-North Click to display 'Dalmation Rose' tag image n/a 16"-20" 12"-14" 4-9 4" Green
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