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  • Biokovo Cranesbill

    A lovely addition to the front of the perennial border or the rock garden, 'Biokovo' blooms for a long period in early to midsummer with small flowers that are white with just a tinge of pink. It forms a nice mound of lobed foliage that is attractive all year long. One of the smaller, tidier forms of cranesbill. Tolerates full sun to part shade in moist, well-drained soils.

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  • Black & Blue Salvia

    A stunning plant with dark green fuzzy foliage from which arises 1' long flower stems. The buds are a dark black, and open to true blue flowers, really beautiful.

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  • Black Eyed Susan

    Produces masses of showy, golden yellow, daisy-like flowers from July to mid-October. Goldfinches love the seeds. Vigorous. Fertile, loose soil. Perennial Plant of the Year for 1999. Pride of KS Plants 2002.

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  • Bleeding Heart

    A garden favorite for years with long racemes of heart-shaped pink flowers. Blooms from mid-spring to June. Moist, well-drained soil. Foliage dies back in midsummer, so mix with hostas, astilbes and ferns.

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  • Bloody Cranesbill

    Magenta flowers peak in early summer and appear sporadically throughout the summer. Forms a dense mound of dark green lacy leaves that turn crimson red in fall. Full sun or partial shade in well-drained soil.

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  • Blue Fortune Anise Hyssop

    A wonderful late summer bloomer bred by Geert Fortgens of the Arboretum Trompenberg in Rotterdam, Holland. When it first came to the U.S., most growers labeled it as zone 5 hardy, but it has overwintered very well here in the Twin Cities. It is loaded with blue-violet flower spikes from late July through September, and the butterflies and bumblebees love it. The foliage has a lovely fragrance. Likes full sun and is tolerant of drought and heat stress. Plant it next to Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm' for a classic blue and gold combination.

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  • Blue Heaven™ Little Bluestem

    From Dr. Mary Meyer at the University of Minnesota. This little bluestem is distinguished by its upright habit, beautiful blue foliage and excellent fall color, in shades of red, burgundy and purple. Think of it as a blue Calamagrostis 'Karl Foerster'. Blooms in September with the purplish flowers forming seed in October. Clump forming.

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  • Blue Ice Bluestar

    Flowers considerably longer than the species with 5 weeks or more of color. Prized for its compact habit. Considered to have the deepest blue blossoms of all currently known bluestars, making it a superb addition to the spring border. Slender dark green leaves turn bright yellow in the fall adding another season of interest.

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  • Blue Mammoth Hosta

    An enormous hosta with large 16" by 12" leaves having a deep blue-green color and are heavily corrugated. Introduced by hosta guru Paul Aden. The flowers are a near white and bloom from mid-June to mid-July. A large specimen plant for just the right spot.

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  • Blue Mouse Ears Miniature Hosta

    Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears' displays small, heavily textured distinctive heart-shaped blue-green leaves. Lavendar, bell-shaped flower scapes reach 6-7" mid-summer. Adorable miniature hosta is perfect for rock or woodland gardens in part to full shade.

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  • Blue River II Hibiscus

    Huge dinner-plate size flowers of an incredible clear white on tall, 4-5' plants. Full sun, evenly moist soils and winter protection is recommended. One of the parents was found growing along the Blue River in Oklahoma, hence the name.

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  • Boulder Blue Fescue

    'Boulder Blue' forms a beautiful little clump of upright foliage in shades of metallic blue. It is definitely a bluer color than F. 'Elijah Blue'. The clump reaches a height of 8" and the summer inflorescence will rise another 6" above the clump. Best planted in well-drained soils. Clump forming.

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  • Bressingham Purple Jacob's Ladder

    Decorative fern-like leaves are neat and symmetrical, like most Jacob's Ladder, but with a colorful twist: foliage takes on a rich, dark purple hue in spring and again in fall. In between, the leaves turn greener depending on light intensity. Beautiful flowers of deep lavender-blue appear in late spring to early summer, rising on graceful, burgundy stems.

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