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Allium Allium gigantium
1. Globemaster
Perhaps the tallest of the large flowering alliums, Giganteum is a horticultural Amazon that catches the eyes of even non-gardeners. Blossoms the size of softballs sway atop lofty stems in late spring.   Click to display 'Globemaster' tag image 40"-5' 15"-18" 4-8 Unknown
Aster Aster
2. Ball Florist Mix
Tall aster for cutting. Double flowers in mixed shades. 8D-South Click to display 'Ball Florist Mix' tag image 36" 12"-18" n/a Flat
3. Dwarf Queen Mix
Ideal bedding plant. Large, 3" fully double blooms on 10" plants in a beautiful blend of azure, scarlet, blue, crimson, light blue, rose and white. Very uniform habit.   Click to display 'Dwarf Queen Mix' tag image 12"-12" 9" n/a Flat
4. 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.   Click to display 'Kickin® Carmine Red' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 8" Green
5. Kickin® 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.   Click to display 'Kickin® Lilac Blue' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 1 Gallon White
6. Kickin® 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.   Click to display 'Kickin® Pink Chiffon' tag image 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 1 Gallon White
7. Perfection Mix
36" plants bear fully double 3½" flowers. Non-branching and requires no disbudding. Good cut flower. Blooms in mid-August. Wilt resistant.   Click to display 'Perfection Mix' tag image 30"-36" 9" n/a Flat
8. Pot 'n Patio Mix
The Pot & Patio Aster mix is fast growing variety with the dwarf plants reaching their maximum 6" after only a few months. The flowers grow to 3" across making them the perfect variety for planters or pots. 8D-South Click to display 'Pot 'n Patio Mix' tag image n/a n/a   6" 6"-8" n/a Flat
Callistephus chinensis
9. Thousand Wonders Mix
Ideal dwarf asters for containers. The double 3" flowers create a mound of vibrant color in the pot and a dense carpet in flower beds. Large flowering.   Click to display 'Thousand Wonders Mix' tag image 7"-8" 6"-7" 5 Flat
Symphyotrichum ericoides
10. Bridal Veil
White flowers cover finely-textured branches that arch gracefully and can be up to two feet high and four feet wide. This early fall bloomer usually peaks in October. Use as a border plant at the edge of the garden, cascading over rocks or walls or on a slope. Drought tolerant and powdery mildew-resistant.

A hybrid aster developed at Chicago Botanic Garden. This clonal selection resulted from a cross made in 2002 with the groundcover Aster ericoides 'Snow Flurry' as the seed parent. The pollen parent is unknown.

  Click to display 'Bridal Veil' tag image 20"-24" 24"-48" 5-8 8" Green
Aster (Alpine) Aster alpinus
11. Alpine Aster
Small, daisylike flowers attract butterflies. Easy to grow. Very hardy. Great in flower or rock gardens. Blooms May to June.   Click to display 'Alpine Aster' tag image 9"-12" 15" n/a 4" Green
12. Alpine Dwarf Mix
    Click to display 'Alpine Dwarf Mix' tag image n/a n/a 6"-8" 8" n/a 4" Green
13. Alpine Mix
Lavender, blue and pink flowers, May-June   Click to display 'Alpine Mix' tag image 12" 15" n/a 4" Green
14. Happy End
    Click to display 'Happy End' tag image n/a n/a 6"-12" 12" n/a Flat
Aster (Calico) Aster lateriflorus
15. Lady in Black
This selection of aster is characterized by a tall, bushy habit and a myriad of small white flowers with pink central discs.Its tiny leaves are striking dark purplish-black, making this plant attractive even when it's not in bloom.   Click to display 'Lady in Black' tag image 36" 18"-24" 3-8 8" Green
Aster (Hardy) Aster dumosus
16. Sapphire Mist
Large, fluffy, lilac blue flowers with yellow centers create a cushion of color on this variety. Dense growth habit, disease resistant, long blooming, and easy to grow. Supplies beautiful color from August through fall.   Click to display 'Sapphire Mist' tag image 8"-12" 10"-12" 4-11 8" Green
Aster (Japanese) Kalimeris integrifolia
17. Daisy Mae
An ever-blooming compact plant with white daisy-like, petite flowers beginning in June and continuing into September. Naturally self-cleaning, 'Daisy Mae' looks neat and tidy all season. This heat and drought tolerant variety is extremely easy to grow in well-drained soil. Excellent plant for the front of the border.   Click to display 'Daisy Mae' tag image 24" 24" 4-9 8" Green
Kalimeris yomena
18. Shogun
A variegated relative of the aster, 'Shogun' has narrow, olive-green leaves edged in and splashed with golden yellow in the springtime. As the season progresses, the leaves age to green and creamy white. Small, pale lavender, aster-like flowers are produc   Click to display 'Shogun' tag image 16"-24" 18"-24" 4 8" Green
Aster (New England) Aster novae-angliae 
19. Alma Potschke
In fall, this classic cultivar becomes a glowing mass of vibrant pink daisy-like flowers that will stop traffic on your street. 'Alma Potschke' grows 4 ft. tall but can be pinched once or twice in late spring or early summer for more compact plants. 12B-South Click to display 'Alma Potschke' tag image 30"-36" 12"-18" 5-8 8" Green
20. Hella Lacy
Provides lots of large royal purple blooms on well-branched plants with reddish foliage.   Click to display 'Hella Lacy' tag image 40"-40" 12"-18" 4 8" Green
21. Purple Dome
'Purple Dome' is less than half as tall as other New England Asters, and when it blooms in fall, it really does resemble a purple dome. The ideal companion is Sedum 'Autumn Joy.'   Click to display 'Purple Dome' tag image 18"-18" 12"-18" 4 8" Green
22. Shelly's Aster
Masses of bright purple flowers on stiff stems. Great fall color. Most likely a cross between Aster 'Alma Potschke' and Aster 'Purple Dome.'   Click to display 'Shelly's Aster' tag image 36"-42" 24"-30" 4-8 8" Green
Aster (New York) Aster dumosus
23. Wood's Blue
Densely packed clusters of clear light blue flowers provide outstanding color in the garden from late summer into fall. 'Wood's' selections have shown excellent resistance to mildew and rust. Dwarf, compact habit.   Click to display 'Wood's Blue' tag image 12"-16" 15"-20" 3-8 8" Green
24. 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.   Click to display 'Wood's Pink' tag image 12"-16" 15"-20" 3-8 8" Green
25. Wood's Purple
Densely packed clusters of charming purple, semi-double flowers provide outstanding color in the garden from late summer into fall. 'Wood's' selections have shown excellent resistance to mildew and rust. Dwarf, compact habit.   Click to display 'Wood's Purple' tag image 12"-16" 15"-20" 3-8 8" Green
Aster novi-belgii
26. Alert
Densely packed clusters of deep purplish-red flowers provide outstanding color in the garden from late summer into fall. They make a terrific accent to fall blooming grasses and the changing colors of the trees. 'Alert' has an especially compact habit and the flowers are great for cutting.   Click to display 'Alert' tag image 12"-15" 15"-18" 3-8 8" Green
27. Ballad
Blue-purple color appears more purple when it first opens.   Click to display 'Ballad' tag image 24"-36" 18"-24" n/a 8" Green
28. Believer Purple
The variety Believer is a early, deep purple flowering Aster n/a Click to display 'Believer Purple' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 3-8 8" Green
29. Celeste
Striking dark purple-blue flowers with yellow centers.   Click to display 'Celeste' tag image 36"-48" 18"-24" 4-8 8" Green
30. Daydream Lavender
This stunning hybrid aster displays a profusion of cool, lavender-blue daisies atop strong, compact plants that will not collapse after heavy rains or irrigation. In cooler weather, the flowers fade to paler blue around the bright yellow centers, creating an appealing “halo” effect. They bloom in late summer to early fall, and are attractive to bees and butterflies.   Click to display 'Daydream Lavender' tag image 12"-24" 12"-24" 4-8 8" Green
31. Days Blue
These are terrific favorites for autumn color in the perennial border. Plants form bushy mounds, bearing loads of small daisy flowers. This is a compact selection with single bright sky-blue blossoms, each with a tiny orange eye. Pinch plants before July to keep especially low in habit. Excellent in containers.   Click to display 'Days Blue' tag image 14"-20" 14"-20" 5-9 8" Green
32. Henry III
Dark purple double flowers on well mounded plants. Late natural season response matches Marie III and Peter III and the peak of the garden mum season.   Click to display 'Henry III' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 5 8" Green
33. Melody
Large duplex flowers; lavender in sun, light blue in shade. Medium vigor, mid-season.   Click to display 'Melody' tag image 24"-36" 18"-24" n/a 8" Green
34. Peter III
Dark purple double flowers on well mounded plants. Late natural season response matches Marie III and Peter III and the peak of the garden mum season.   Click to display 'Peter III' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 5 8" Green
35. Twist
Lavender buds appear in early fall and open into a blue flower. Growth is ball-shaped. Plant in location with at least a half-day of full sun with good soil drainage and air flow. They attract bees and butterflies. Great for containers, borders, landscape and woodland edging. Next to mums, asters are some of the most popular flowers of the fall garden.   Click to display 'Twist' tag image 16"-18" 18"-24" 5 8" Green
Aster oblongifolius
36. October Skies
A shorter, bushy selection with finely textured, mint-scented foliage. Beginning in late summer, a myriad of daisy-like flowers with yellow centers and petals the color of the autumn sky in New England appear.   Click to display 'October Skies' tag image 18"-24" 20"-24" 5-8 8" Green
Aster x frikartii
37. Mönch
'Monch' is treasured for its lavender-blue daisy-like flowers and its willingness to produce them nonstop all summer and into fall (if the spent flowers are removed). Foliage is an attractive gray-green.   Click to display 'Mönch' tag image 18"-18" 24" 6-10 8" Green
Bee Balm (Eastern) Monarda bradburiana
38. Bradburn's Eastern Beebalm
Monarda bradburiana is a central US native (Iowa south to Texas) deserving of much more widespread acclaim. First, Monarda bradburiana is a deciduous clump-former that doesn't take over the garden like many monardas. Second, it doesn't get mildew...at least not in our hot, humid climate, and third...it's the earliest monarda to flower. Monarda bradburiana makes an 18" tall x 4' wide cushion of menthol scented foliage topped, starting in early May, with terminal, light pink spotted, gaillardia-like flowers that are a magnet for butterflies and hummingbirds. Monarda bradburiana remains attractive with fascinating dried seed heads long after the flowers fade...superb!   Click to display 'Bradburn's Eastern Beebalm' tag image 16"-18" 24"-36" 5-8 8" Green
Cotoneaster Cotoneaster lucidus
39. Lucidus
A hardy, upright Siberian species noted for its pink and white flowers, attractive glossy foliage and superb brilliant red fall color. An excellent choice for a medium sized hedge or as a specimen.   Click to display 'Lucidus' tag image 5'-10' 48"-6' 4 8" Terra Cotta
Cotoneaster procumbens
40. Little Dipper ('Gerald')
A very fine, low growing, thick matted Cotoneaster with white flowers in spring and red berries in late summer. It's dense low habit make it less prone to catching leaves compared to other Cotoneasters.   Click to display 'Little Dipper ('Gerald')' tag image 6"-12" 24"-36" 5 3 Gallon
Cotoneaster salicifolius
41. Scarlet Leader
A beautiful selection noted for heavy crops of scarlet fruit and dark green leaves. A rapid grower with a low mounded, spreading habit.   Click to display 'Scarlet Leader' tag image 12"-24" 36"-5' 5 8" Terra Cotta
Daffodil Narcissus
42. Dutch Master
This magnificent yellow Trumpet is the successor to the venerable 'King Alfred' as the all-around best Daffodil money can buy. The bold blooms, with petals drawn slightly forward, are borne on 18-20" stems. It makes a striking underplanting for Forsythia and is ideal for naturalizing. This daffodil produces flowers with great texture that hold up well through spring winds and rains. If you're wondering where to start with daffodils, this variety never disappoints. Early midseason.   Click to display 'Dutch Master' tag image 18"-20" 5"-6" n/a Unknown
False Chamomile Boltonia asteroides var. latisquama 'Masbolimket'
43. 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.   Click to display 'Jim Crockett' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 4-9 1 Gallon White
Fern Dryopteris marginalis 
44. Eastern Wood Fern
This is a popular evergreen native fern that is common in woods and rocky wooded slopes in northeast North America. Its fronds are bluish-green. The Eastern Wood Fern is a sturdy plant and is highly recommended for hardiness zones 2-8.   Click to display 'Eastern Wood Fern' tag image n/a n/a 18"-30" 15" 3-8 8" Green
Masterwort Astrantia hybrid
45. Moulin Rouge
Adored by floral designers as a unique fresh or dried cut flower, Astrantia will last up to 14 days in a vase! Each flower has a starry collar of deep red, pointed bracts with purple-red tips surrounding a button-like umbel of green and red flowers.   Click to display 'Moulin Rouge' tag image 16"-18" 12" 4-7 10" Black
Astrantia major
46. Abbey Road
One of the best newer selections of a Swiss and Austrian alpine native, 'Abbey Road' is not only the most vigorous, but also freely flowering and richly colorful, with dark purple bracts and blackish stems.   Click to display 'Abbey Road' tag image 24" 18" 4-7 8" Terra Cotta
47. Ruby Wedding
'Ruby Wedding' has stunning ruby-red flowers with a suggestion of white at the base of each petal held on wiry, branched stems above lobed, mid-green leaves. This old cottage garden favorite has been enjoying a resurgence of interest in recent years.   Click to display 'Ruby Wedding' tag image 25"-30" 18"-24" 3-9 8" Terra Cotta
48. Star of Beauty
Starry carmine-rose flowers with a bright white center. Vigorous grower with long-lasting blooms. Beautiful in shaded gardens with ferns, hosta and astilbe. Foliage remains attractive all season.   Click to display 'Star of Beauty' tag image 20"-24" 18" 4-7 8" Green
49. Star of Billions
This midsized selection has white centers surrounded by white bracts with green tips. Nice in mixed containers or tubs. Flowers may be cut fresh, or dried for winter arrangements. Remove faded flowers to encourage more buds, also to prevent plants from self seeding all over.   Click to display 'Star of Billions' tag image 20"-24" 18"-22" 4-7 8" Green
50. Star of Magic
Forms beautiful clumps of dark green foliage with creamy wihite margins. Tall stems with clusters of rosy pink flowers. Free flowing and stable variegation.   Click to display 'Star of Magic' tag image 20"-24" 18"-22" 4-7 10" Black
51. Star of Royals
Starry, lilac-pink flower bracts with a shimmering light pink center. Vigorous grower with long-lasting blooms. Beautiful in shaded gardens with ferns, hosta and astilbe. Foliage remains attractive all season.   Click to display 'Star of Royals' tag image 20"-24" 18" 4-7 8" Green
Pine (White) Pinus strobus
52. Eastern White Pine
Fast growing pine, native to a good part of the Eastern United States. Open to loosely pyramidal as a young tree and becoming gnarled and more irregular with age.   Click to display 'Eastern White Pine' tag image n/a 50'-80' 20'-40' 3-8 1 Gallon
Redbud (Eastern) Cercis canadensis 
53. Eastern Redbud (multi-stem)
This handsome tree bears small pink flowers in spring before leaves appear. Later brown fruit pods form. It does well in sun and part shade.   Click to display 'Eastern Redbud (multi-stem)' tag image 20'-30' 20'-25' 4-9 7 Gallon
54. Eastern Redbud (tree-form)
This handsome tree bears small pink flowers in spring before leaves appear. Later brown fruit pods form. It does well in sun and part shade.   Click to display 'Eastern Redbud (tree-form)' tag image 20'-30' 20'-25' 4-9 7 Gallon
55. Forest Pansy ('Purple Leaf')
A handsome purple leaf variety of redbud. The new foliage emerges a shimmering purple red and changes to a more subdued color as the season progresses. Before the leaves appear the tree is covered with purple-pink flowers, darker than the species. As Forest Pansy matures, it takes on a vase shape and tends to branch low on the trunk.   Click to display 'Forest Pansy ('Purple Leaf')' tag image 16'8"-25' 25'-35' 5-9 5 Gallon
56. Lavender Twist®
Elegant and graceful, weeping and compact, this plant creates a great feature in a small garden. Springtime’s tight clusters of bright magenta buds open to reveal rosy pink flowers.   Click to display 'Lavender Twist®' tag image 7' 8' 5-9 5 Gallon
Starflower Boltonia asteroides 
57. Nana
'Nana' is a compact dwarf variety that remains under 2 ft. tall. Lavender-pink flowers resembling asters are produced in dense clusters that completely cover the mounds of foliage, delivering maximum impact. More tolerant to heat and humidity than Asters.   Click to display 'Nana' tag image 18"-24" 18"-24" 3-7 8" Green
Stoke's Aster Stokesia laevis 
58. Blue Danube
Reminiscent of the Blue Danube River, this selection produces large lavender-blue flowers measuring 4-5 inches across. They are wonderful in fresh bouquets. The deep green foliage is neatly mounding.   Click to display 'Blue Danube' tag image 12"-18" 12"-15" 5-9 8" Green
59. Elf
This dwarf selection is very short and compact for a Stokesia. From midsummer to early fall, 2"-2½" lavender blue flowers with a lighter, domed center are produced just above the tight mound of foliage. Very floriferous and blooms over a long period.   Click to display 'Elf' tag image 8" 5" 5-9 8" Green
60. Honeysong Purple
'Honeysong Purple' sports true royal purple flowers with a hint of red towards the center that darkens as it ages. The contrasting white stamens and purple-tinged stems add to its appeal.   Click to display 'Honeysong Purple' tag image 14"-14" 12"-15" 5-9 8" Green
61. Peachie's Pick
This variety produces the typical lavender-blue stokesia flowers. However, it blooms much longer and a bit later than the other types. It has an upright habit and healthy-looking, deep green foliage that remains attractive all season.   Click to display 'Peachie's Pick' tag image 18"-18" 18"-24" 5-9 8" Green
62. Purple Parasols
An enchanting selection with flowers that start out light blue, then transition through various shades of blue, ending with deep violet-purple. They are wonderful in fresh bouquets. The deep green foliage is neatly mounding.   Click to display 'Purple Parasols' tag image 18"-20" 15"-18" 5-9 1 Gallon White
Stokes' Aster
63. Klaus Jelitto
Named by Allen Bush in honor of Klaus Jelitto, a well-known plantsman and seed specialist from western Germany. Powder blue flowers measuring 3-4 inches across contrast sharply against the deep green, glossy, strap-like foliage. The habit is neatly mounding.   Click to display 'Klaus Jelitto' tag image 12"-18" 8"-12" 5-9 8" Green
Sweet Alyssum Lobularia maritima 
64. Easter Basket Mix
Mix of Deep Pink, Deep Rose, Lavender, Violet and White. Tidy, 3-4" bedding plants are matched in both habit and flowering. Compact, uniform and early blooming, this series does exceptionally well from pack to garden. An excellent edging plant.   Click to display 'Easter Basket Mix' tag image 4"-4" 9" n/a Flat
65. Easter Bonnet Deep Rose
Tidy, 3-4" bedding plants are matched in both habit and flowering for easy scheduling. Compact, uniform and early blooming, this series does exceptionally well from pack to garden. An excellent edging plant. 8D-South Click to display 'Easter Bonnet Deep Rose' tag image 4"-4" 9" n/a Flat
66. Easter Bonnet Pastel Mix
Our ‘Easter Bonnet Pastel Mix’ Alyssum Seeds yield early blooming, uniformly tidy plants with loads of delicate blossoms in pastel shades of white, lavender, purple and rosy-pink. Frilly and aromatic, this sweet Allison is very heat tolerant, grows quickly and blooms nonstop.   Click to display 'Easter Bonnet Pastel Mix' tag image 4"-4" 9" n/a Flat
67. Easter Bonnet Violet
Tidy, 3-4" bedding plants are matched in both habit and fl owering for easy scheduling. Compact, uniform and early blooming, this series does exceptionally well from pack to garden. An excellent edging plant.   Click to display 'Easter Bonnet Violet' tag image 4"-4" 9" n/a Flat
Tomato Lycopersicon esculentum
68. Beefmaster
Indeterminate vine produces improved beefsteak type fruit up to 2 lbs. until frost. 7D-South Click to display 'Beefmaster' tag image n/a n/a n/a 24"-36" n/a Flat
Tulip Tulipa
69. Easter Joy Mixture
Sword-like foliage on a sturdy stem supports the most recognizable flower imported from Holland. Triumph Tulips were created by cross-breeding Single Early and Single Late Tulips; it is the largest class of tulips with the widest range of colors and color combinations.   Click to display 'Easter Joy Mixture' tag image 18"-20" 3"-5" 2-8 Unknown
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