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  • Brookside Cranesbill

    Once you get to know 'Brookside' you'll be hooked. The foliage is very finely cut and the flowers are a lovely shade of blue with just a hint of lavender and a contrasting white center. Try using 'Brookside' next to chartreuse/yellow foliaged plants to really bring out the flower color. Prefers part sun and moist well-drained soils.

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  • Brunette Bugbane

    Formerly Cimicifuga. Beautiful plantas for mid summer through late fall. The creamy to white bottle brush-like flowers are fragrant and repel insects (all fragrant, except Actaea racemosa var. cordifolia). Aftwer flowering attractive lime green seed pods are formed. Plants prefer a moist and rich soil.Striking deep purple foliage, pinkish white flowers fade to creamy white. Great landscaping plant.

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  • Butterfly Weed Tuberosa

    Our native butterfly weed sports intense orange flowers that attract butterflies! Asclepias tuberosa blooms from June to July and thrives in well-drained, sandy soil. Very hardy with few pests, it tolerates drought and is great for borders, meadows, and naturalized gardens.

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  • Buzz Ivory Butterfly Bush

    This elegant dwarf features full-sized ivory flower spikes. Fragrant blooms abound from summer through fall. Plants stay 3–5 feet tall and compact foliage responds well to shaping. Buzz™ 'Ivory' is a great choice for containers.

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  • Caesar's Brother Siberian Iris

    Tall and stately with dark velvety violet-blue flowers. Blooms in June. The 2-3" wide flowers are held well above the foliage. The Siberian iris is native to moist areas, so moisture throughout the season is crucial to healthy plants. Excellent as a border plant. For best results, fertile, moist, slightly acid soil is preferred.

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  • Camelot Cream Foxglove

    Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot' is the first Foxglove F1 hybrid which reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. It also has added superiority in crop uniformity and strength. Although most Foxglove is planted in shady areas, 'Camelot' can be grown in sunny areas with adequate moisture and lower temperatures. Tall flower spikes have cream-colored blossoms with a speckled throat.

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  • Camelot Lavender Foxglove

    Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot' is the first Foxglove F1 hybrid which reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. It also has added superiority in crop uniformity and strength. Although most Foxglove is planted in shady areas, 'Camelot' can be grown in sunny areas with adequate moisture and lower temperatures. Tall flower spikes have lavender-colored blossoms with a speckled throat.

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  • Camelot Rose Foxglove

    Digitalis purpurea 'Camelot' is the first Foxglove F1 hybrid which reliably flower in the first year, with another heavy flush of flowers in the second year. It also has added superiority in crop uniformity and strength. Although most Foxglove is planted in shady areas, 'Camelot' can be grown in sunny areas with adequate moisture and lower temperatures. Tall flower spikes have rose-colored blossoms with a speckled throat.

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  • Caramel Coral Bells

    A selection from Thierry Delabroye of France. Native to the Southeast U.S., this species is quite heat-tolerant, much more so than the other Heuchera species with gold or yellow foliage. New leaves emerge bright gold and deepen in color to caramel. Flowers appear later than other species as well, and are light pink.

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