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January 26, 2020

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Cherry (Double Weeping) Prunus subhirtella
1. Double Weeping Cherry (‘Pendula Plena Rosea’)
Graceful form and an impressive spring floral display make this one of the best weeping trees. Contorted form is an unusual artistic expression of a...   Click to display 12'-15' 10'-15' 5-8 15 Gallon
Deutzia Deutzia elegantissima
2. Rosealind
An award winning spring beauty with masses of lightly fragrant, rich carmine-pink flowers. Fits nicely into borders, exhibiting graceful arching branches.   Click to display 48"-5' 36"-48" 5 10" Black
Echeveria Echeveria rosea
3. Echeveria rosea
Gray-blue rosettes with ruffled soft pink edges. Slow grower. 3D-North Click to display 3"-6" 6"-8" 8-10 6" Green
Firesticks Euphorbia tirucalli
4. Rosea
The many branches on this very striking succulent shrub are as thin as pencils and a reddish-golden color with small leaves that are inconspicuous and...   Click to display n/a 24"-36" 18"-24" 9-11 1 Gallon
Hollyhock Alcea rosea
5. Antwerp Simplex Mix
Pastel shades of peach, yellow, rose-red and white appear on long, graceful spikes in July. 'Antwerp Simplex Mix' is very vigorous and resistant to the...   Click to display Biennial 5'-8' 24"-36" 4 4" Green
6. Halo Mix
Growing to be almost 6 feet tall, the Halo Mixture is perfect for planting in the back of the garden and creates a spectacular backdrop...   Click to display Biennial 5'-6' 18"-24" 3-9 4" Green
7. Indian Spring
Old-fashioned single flowers are 3-5" across and attract hummingbirds and butterlies to the garden. Biennial or short-lived perennial. Flowers are edible!   Click to display Biennial 5'-7' 24"-36" 4-9 4" Green
8. Nigra
A novelty selection that is a must for collectors! Deep chocolate-maroon, single flowers are produced on tall, strong stalks, opening from the bottom up over...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 18"-24" 2-8 4" Green
9. Peaches n' Dreams
Winner of their 1998 Flower of the Year award. In midsummer, tall, strong stalks are packed with lots of large, fully double, peach-colored blossoms which...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 12"-18" 3-9 4" Green
10. Queeny Purple
This dwarf, upright variety displays double, purple blooms on short spikes all summer long. Excellent compact, branching habit.   Click to display Biennial 20"-30" 12"-20" 2-8 4" Green
11. Single
The simple beauty of single Hollyhocks is well represented by this mix, which is made up of pinks, reds, yellows, and whites.   Click to display n/a n/a Biennial 6'-6' 24"-36" n/a 4" Green
12. Summer Carnival Mix
Old-fashioned double flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Reliable blooming, even as young plants. Biennial or short-lived perennial, allow to reseed. Flowers are produced lower on...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 24"-36" 3-9 4" Green
Hollyhock (Double)
13. Chater's Double Mix
The 4- to 6-foot-tall flower spikes of Chater's Double Mix are festooned with huge, heavy, fully double 3- to 5-inch ruffled blooms of brilliant rose,...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 18"-24" 2-8 4" Green
14. Chater's Double Pink
Perfect for the cottage garden, this selection sports tall, sturdy spikes of ruffled, fully double, pink flowers that open from the bottom up over a...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 18"-24" 2-8 4" Green
15. Chater's Double Purple
Perfect for the cottage garden, this selection sports tall, sturdy spikes of ruffled, fully double, dark purple flowers that open from the bottom up over...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 18"-24" 2-8 4" Green
16. Chater's Double Red
Dramatic flower spikes highlight the garden, June-September. Attracts butterflies, Biennial or short-lived perennial; reseeds itself for longevity in the garden.   Click to display Biennial 6'-6' 24"-36" 5-8 4" Green
17. Chater's Double Salmon Pink
    Click to display n/a n/a Biennial 6'-6' 24"-36" n/a 4" Green
18. Chater's Double Yellow
Perfect for the cottage garden, this selection sports tall, sturdy spikes of ruffled, fully double, yellow flowers that open from the bottom up over a...   Click to display Biennial 48"-6' 18"-24" 2-8 4" Green
Mexican Heather Cuphea rosea
19. New Light Lavender
Delicate masses of light lavender flowers with dark veins on shiny green foliage from spring until fall. Thrives in the summer heat.   Click to display 14"-16" 16"-18" 9-11 4˝" White
Persian Cornflower Centaurea dealbata
20. Rosea
Deeply fringed, rose-pink flowers appear from late spring to early summer above mounds of coarsely cut foliage. These leaves grow up to 2 feet long...   Click to display 24"-30" 18"-24" 3-8 4" Green
Pink Flowering Almond Prunus glandulosa
21. Pink Flowering Almond ('Rosea Plena')
Double pink flowers early in spring. Ideal as a small shrub near a house or patio. Valued for its flowering effect. Flower size 1" across.   Click to display 5'-6' 36"-48" 4-8 3 Gallon
Tickseed Coreopsis rosea
22. American Dream
C. 'American Dream' is a strong grower that displays bright pink, daisy-type flowers with yellow centers from early summer thru early fall. Its attractive, fern-like...   Click to display 18"-24" 12"-18" 4-9 8" Green
Tickseed (Variegated Pink)
23. Sweet Dreams
'Sweet Dreams' features stunning bicolored flowers. Flower petals are white-tipped with a dark raspberry center. Flowers bloom in late spring to midsummer atop plants with...   Click to display 18"-24" 12" 4-9 8" Green
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