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Butterfly Flower Asclepias tuberosa
1. Hello Yellow
A virtually hassle-free, very long lived perennial, this cultivar of our native A. tuberosa offers three months of golden yellow blooms from early through late summer. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one.

The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, Monarch butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.

Gather bouquets of Asclepias all summer long; the long stems are wonderful for cutting and are long-lasting. Sear the ends of the cut stems over a flame to stop the milky sap from leaking out.

Following the fabulous flowers, green fruits develop which rupture to reveal seeds with long, silvery-white, silky hairs reminiscent of its cousin, common milkweed. These are great to use in dried flower arrangements.

9C-North Click to display 24" 24" 3-9 8" Green
2. Orange
A virtually hassle-free, very long lived perennial, offering three months of tangerine orange blooms (occasionally red or yellow) from early through late summer. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, Monarch butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.

Gather bouquets of Asclepias all summer long; the long stems are wonderful for cutting and are long-lasting. Sear the ends of the cut stems over a flame to stop the milky sap from leaking out.

Following the fabulous flowers, green fruits develop which rupture to reveal seeds with long, silvery-white, silky hairs reminiscent of its cousin, common milkweed. These are great to use in dried flower arrangements.

5C-North Click to display 24" 24" 3-9 4" Green
Clematis (large flower) Clematis
3. Rosamunde
The two tone color of this flowering vine will definitely capture your attention when it blooms in summer! Single, salmon pink flowers have a deep pink bar that extends through the center of the petal (sepal). A perfect choice for climbing along trellises and fences. 12B-South Click to display 5'-6' 24"-36" 4-8 10" Green w/ Trellis
Hibiscus (Tropical Bush) Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
4. Tradewinds™ Assortment
There is no better way to give your yard a tropical feel than a bright, big-flowered hibiscus. The Tradewinds series hibiscus are compact and perfect for containers, but have just as many large bright blooms as the shrub varieties. Make sure to put them in a sunny spot, and keep up with fertilizing to ensure lots of new buds. Entrance Click to display 24"-36" 24"-36" 10 3 Gallon
Hibiscus (Tropical)
5. Fiesta
Truly a stunning display of color throughout the summer! This tropical evergreen shrub displays large single blooms of bright orange petals with crinkled edges that quickly change to a blush red eye zone over a white background. Use for screening or specimen. Entrance Click to display 5'-6' 36"-48" 10 3 Gallon
6. Tropical Hibiscus
Yes, this is the same type of hibiscus that is the state flower of Hawaii. You commonly see reds, pinks and yellows, but they also come in lavenders, bluish tones, whites, browns, golds and reds that are so dark that some people call them "black." Tropical hibiscus (rosa-sinensis) also come as singles and doubles.

They are a tropical plant and perform best in tropical conditions. They do not tolerate frost well, but that does not stop people from growing them in Canada and northern Europe -- they are brought inside to avoid freezes or they are grown as annuals.

Entrance Click to display 5'-6' 36"-48" 10 3 Gallon
Rose Rosa
7. At Last® ('HORCOGJIL')
Finally - a fragrant, disease-resistant rose! At Last® combines all the romance of a fragrant, fully-petaled tea rose with the no-nonsense practicality of a disease-resistant landscape rose. No spraying is required to enjoy a non-stop display of large, sweetly perfumed sunset-orange blossoms from late spring through frost. Handsome, glossy foliage and a vigorous, rounded habit makes it ideal for use in the landscape or the flower garden. n/a Click to display 30"-36" 30"-36" 5-9 3 Gallon
Rose (Climbing)
8. Pretty in Pink Eden®
The Pretty In Pink Eden® exhibits all the same great qualities of the Eden® Rose, but is deep pink in color. It has slightly more petals than Eden® and is more fragrant. Pretty In Pink Eden® performs well on its own roots and is just as vigorous and resistant to disease as its parent. 10A-North Click to display 10'-12' n/a 5-9 3 Gallon
9. Red Eden
Old fashioned, deep burbundy red flowers cover this very vigorous climber from head to toe spring through fall. Growing behavior plant habit, disease resistance and repeat flower patterns. This new rose is sure to be "the latest thing" in rose gardening. 10A-North Click to display 10'-12' n/a 4-9 3 Gallon
10. Valentine's Day™
Clusters of double blossoms are the same clear velvet red from bud to finish. The look of love is complimented by very dark green clean leaves. Blooms & repeat blooms in the very first year on new & old wood. Ideal for low fences, balcony accents or a decorative trellis in a showy pot. Hardy & red, red, red. Very disease resistant. n/a Click to display 6'-10' 46"-6' 4-9 3 Gallon
11. Winner's Circle
This new climber is one of the most floriferous we have ever introduced.. The fire engine red color is non-fading and can take the heat. In the fall the foliage turns deep burgundy red and the plants is covered with bright orange hips. 10A-North Click to display 10'-12' 36"-48" 5 3 Gallon
12. Zéphirine Drouhin
Thornless stems and deep cerise pink blooms make a stunning display around an arbor or trellis. It's not only beautiful, but easy on your hands. The old rose fragrance will fill the air with each large old fashion bloom. 10A-North Click to display 8'-10' n/a 4-9 3 Gallon
Rose (David Austin)
13. Benjamin Britten
A variety of unusual coloring with an intensely fruity fragrance. Glowing, deep red-pink rosette-shaped blooms. Lovely, intensely fruity fragrance with hints of wine and pear drops. Very healthy with vigorous, bushy growth. 10A-North Click to display 48"-52" 32"-38" 5-9 3 Gallon
14. Charlotte
One of the most beautiful yellow roses with exquisite cup-shaped flowers. Pleasant tea fragrance. Attractive bushy growth. Excellent repeat-flowering. 10A-North Click to display 36"-42" 24"-30" 5-9 3 Gallon
15. Darcey Bussell
Good red roses are never easy to breed, so we are particularly pleased to introduce Darcey Bussell as we believe it is one of the best and most healthy red roses we have bred to date.

Its beautiful flowers are produced freely and with excellent continuity. When young, their outer petals form a perfect ring around an inner cup; gradually opening out to form a perfect rosette. The color is a deep rich crimson that takes on a tinge of mauve just before the petals drop.

It has a pleasing, fruity fragrance with hints of green.

This rose, with its short, bushy growth, is an excellent shrub for the front of the border or for planting in formal rose beds. It will make an excellent plant for a large pot. It is our first fully double crimson to be released since the best selling William Shakespeare 2000 and is perfect for gardeners who would prefer a more compact shrub.

10A-North Click to display 24"-36" 24"-36" 5-9 3 Gallon
16. Queen of Sweden
A charming rose with soft pink, cup-shaped flowers and elegant, upright growth. There is a classic myrrh fragrance. Exceptionally healthy. Good for disease resistance; Repeat Flowering; Ideal for poor soil. 10A-North Click to display 48" 30" 5-9 3 Gallon
Rose (Drift®)
17. Apricot Drift®
Apricot Drift® exhibits a true groundcover habit and offers a fresh look to the series. Double apricot colored flowers begin flowering in spring and display a season-long show of color. It is just as tough and disease resistant as others in the Drift® series. Best suited for small gardens or along paths and walkways. 10A-North Click to display n/a 12"-24" 24"-36" 5-10 2 Gallon
18. Coral Drift®
Bright coral - orange blooms cover this small mounding shrub from mid-spring to mid-fall. Coral Drift® has the most vibrant flowers that catch your eye from anywhere. Mix and match with similar or contrasting colors to really wow. Fully winter hardy and disease resistant. 9A-South Click to display 18"-24" 24"-30" 5-10 2 Gallon
19. Peach Drift®
Peach Drift® is one of the most floriferous dwarf shrubs available. Soft peach blooms cover the plant from mid-Spring to the first hard freeze of late Fall. Peach Drift® pairs well with existing perennials in any landscape. The mature plant is approximately 2' by 2' and exhibits strong disease resistance. 10A-North Click to display 18"-24" 24" 5-10 2 Gallon
20. Pink Drift®
Pink Drift® is low-growing with distinctive mounded flowers that reach 1½' in height with a 3' spread. Deep pink flowers with a soft faded center bloom in abundance throughout the season. This disease-resistant plant is easy to care for and easy to combine with other perennials. 10A-North Click to display 18"-24" 24"-36" 5-10 2 Gallon
21. Red Drift®
Red Drift® has the most petite flowers of all of the Drift® Roses. It is perfect for use in front of border plantings. Red Drift® makes a beautiful statement when it drapes naturally over a rock wall or edge. Mature height is less than 1½' with a wider spread. Great flower power and disease resistance. 10A-North Click to display 18"-24" 24"-30" 5-10 2 Gallon
Rose (Groundcover)
22. Sunshine Happy Trails® ('WEKsusacofloc')
Create a dramatic sweep of yellow blooms across a front border with this spectacular, fragrant ground cover rose. The glossy, deep green foliage provides a lush backdrop to contrast the medium-sized yellow blooms that will hold their color throughout the season, never failing to the finish. It took 10 years to develop Sunshine Happy Trails®, and it behaves exactly as an excellent ground cover should, low-growing and spreading quickly with luscious foliage and a constant supply of blooms in clusters from spring to fall. Welcome guests for a stroll through the garden when you highlight a pathway with its fruity perfume, or let its sunny yellow blooms bring new life to a mixed container. n/a Click to display 12"-18" 24"-30" 4-10 2 Gallon
Rose (Landscape)
23. Oso Easy® Lemon Zest ('Chewhocan')
Sunny, canary yellow flowers do not fade to white, and really light up against the glossy green foliage. It is free-flowering, producing lots of buds which open to self-cleaning flowers. Excellent disease-resistance makes it easy for gardeners to enjoy. 9A-North Click to display 24"-36" 24"-48" 4-9 3 Gallon
Rose (Miniature)
24. Parade® Karina™
'Karina' flowers in brilliant red and is a semi-double flower, which lasts up 28 days and continuously blooms! Fantastic inside or outdoors!

Karina will give you sensational flower indoors for up to 3 weeks. It also perform brilliantly in tubs or landscape plantings in the garden, flowering for months and months over the warmer seasons. To keep your Rose looking its best, keep it in a bright, well lit position, prune after flowering and apply a liquid or slow release fertiliser.

9A-South Click to display 6"-12" 6"-12" 5-10 6" Green
25. Parade® Lipsy™
'Lipsy' flowers in deep yellow and is a semi-double flower, which lasts up 28 days and continuously blooms! Fantastic inside or outdoors!

Lipsy will give you sensational flower indoors for up to 3 weeks. It also performs brilliantly in tubs or landscape plantings in the garden, flowering for months and months over the warmer seasons. To keep your Rose looking its best, keep it in a bright, well lit position, prune after flowering and apply a liquid or slow release fertiliser.

9A-South Click to display 8"-15" 8"-15" 5-10 6" Green
26. Parade® Tena™
'Tena' flowers in medium pink and is a semi-double flower, which lasts up 28 days and continuously blooms! Fantastic inside or outdoors!

Tena will give you sensational flower indoors for up to 3 weeks. It also performs brilliantly in tubs or landscape plantings in the garden, flowering for months and months over the warmer seasons. To keep your Rose looking its best, keep it in a bright, well lit position, prune after flowering and apply a liquid or slow release fertiliser.

9A-South Click to display 8"-15" 8"-15" 5-10 6" Green
Rose (Shrub)
27. Blushing Knock Out®
This shrub never stops performing. The light pink color changes nicely into a shell pink, as the bloom ages. Thrives in humid climates where most other roses need spray and maintenance. A beautiful carefree rose that your garden should not be without. 9A-North Click to display 24"-36" n/a 4-9 3 Gallon
28. Double Knock Out®
This sister seedling of the famous ‘Knock Out®’ rose has kept all the high disease resistance characteristics that made ‘Knock Out®’ such a popular garden plant. Has added a more sophisticated "true rose" look with an abundance of small, double flowers. 9A-North Click to display 36"-48" 36"-48" 5-9 3 Gallon
29. Knock Out®
There is hardly anything which will stop this rose from blooming. You can expect to have blooms everyday throughout the summer. We believe that this is one of the best "flowering shrubs" by far to hit the market in quite sometime. 9A-South Click to display 24"-36" n/a 4-9 3 Gallon
30. Pink Double Knock Out®
This bubblegum pink mutation of our very popular ‘Double Knock Out®’ rose is just as much a true champion in the garden. Has the same "true rose" look but with a color that will blend much better in most lanscape designs. 9A-South Click to display 36"-48" 36"-48" 5-9 3 Gallon
31. Sunny Knock Out®
Sunny Knock Out is the only fragrant member in The Knock Out® Family of Roses. It has a slightly more compact and upright habit than The Knock Out® Rose with bright yellow flowers that fade quickly to a pastel cream color. 9A-North Click to display 36"-48" 36"-48" 5-9 3 Gallon
32. White Knock Out®
The White Knock Out® Rose is an excellent shrub rose which stands out in the landscape with the contrast between pure white blooms and very dark green leaves. It blooms from spring through fall and maintains a compact habit. 9A-North Click to display 32"-42" 32"-42" 4-10 3 Gallon
33. White Out 'RandWhite'
Bred by Bill Radler, breeder of Knock-Out Roses, this best-ever white landscape rose has masses of 3" snow-white blooms from spring to fall. Long-blooming, self-cleaning, and disease-free foliage make this a winner for your garden. Perfect as a low-growing flowering hedge plant with loads of blooms from spring to fall. 10A-North Click to display 36"-42" 36"-42" 4-9 3 Gallon
Salvia Salvia nemerosa
34. Azure Snow
A dazzling new addition to the COLOR SPIRES® Perennial Salvia Collection! 'Azure Snow' brings incredible refinement to the intriguing bicolor category of Salvia. 'Azure Snow' produces a refined, compact clump of deep violet blue and white bicolor flowers with attractive dark green foliage. Flowers are evenly and closely spaced on the stem for a full, polished look. 11C-North Click to display 18"-20" 18"-20" 3-8 PW 1.0 Gallon
Salvia nemorosa 
35. May Night
This German selection has received a great deal of attention because its flowers are an especially rich indigo, and it blooms even longer than other hardy Salvias. An outstanding garden plant that was recognized as the Perennial Plant of the Year in 1997. 4C-S;11C-N Click to display 24"-36" 18"-24" 3-8 4½" White
36. New Dimension Rose
This first year flowering perennial salvia bears richly colored, rose pink flowers held on pinkish purple stems. It blooms right along with the other salvias in early to midsummer and will rebloom in early fall if cut back after flowering.

If grown in a container, this plant typically grows 8-10” tall. Plants grown in the ground are typically double that size the second year.

6D-North Click to display 14"-18" 18"-24" 4-8 4" Green
Spider Flower Cleome hybrid
37. Pequeña Rosalita™
  2D-North Click to display 18"-36" 12"-18" 10-11 4½" White
38. Señorita Rosalita®
This heat and drought tolerant plant adds dramatic height to landscape beds; sterile flowers, and thornless, stickyless, "smell-less" foliage adds to the appeal for this great garden performer. 2D-North Click to display 24"-36" 20"-24" 8-11 4½" White
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