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  • Buttonbush

    A loose, rounded shrub with glossy, bright green foliage. The creamy white flowers are produced in 1 to 1.25" globular heads in August. Native to wet areas, this shrub is best used in similar situations.

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  • Miss Manners Obedient Plant

    Perhaps the first Physostegia on the market that lives up to the name Obedient plant. It is a clump former, reaching a mature height of 18-24" and spreads to 15-24". Blooming in midsummer with white flowers, and, if you deadhead it, you may get some late summer re-bloom. Bred by plant hunter Darrel Probst of Boston, MA.

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  • Obedient Plant

    Good plant for late summer, early fall color. Beautiful pink flower spikes make excellent cut flowers. Dark green foliage. Native to the U.S. Prefers well-drained soil.

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  • Evergold Japanese Sedge Grass

    Grown for its beautiful variegated yellow and green foliage, this sedge forms an arching clump that is perfect for the front of the shade border or lining a pathway. Easy to grow, it is resistant to deer and disease, and tolerates moist soils.

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  • Gooseneck Loosestrife

    Gooseneck is a fitting description for the graceful flower spikes of this interesting bog plant. Blooms in July and August on tall stems to 3' in height. The flowers are white and look as though they are trying to bend back to the ground. Very tolerant of moist soils and will perform best where it is allowed to naturalize, especially by water gardens, bogs and the edge of the woods. It is a voracious self-seeder, so be careful where you place it in the garden or be sure to deadhead it when the flowers are spent. The flowers are excellent for cutting.

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  • Great Blue Lobelia

    Tall spiky blue flowers, bloom in mid to late summer on top of a mound of round, bright green leaves. This plant can self-sow quite vigorously, so keep it deadheaded when it is done blooming. Requires partial shade and evenly moist soil conditions.

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  • Chocolate Joe-Pye Weed

    A plant introduced from the Mt. Cuba Center for the Study of Piedmont Flora, in Delaware. This plant has a more dwarf habit and chocolate-purple tones to the leaves and stems. Blooms in late summer with white flowers which can be used for cutting, although this Joe-Pye should be used almost exclusively for its colored foliage rather than blooms.

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  • Little Joe Joe-Pye Weed

    The species is naturally dwarf, and has some tolerance for light shade. It forms a beautiful, upright, vase shaped plant, reaching a height of 4'. Purplish-red flowers appear in mid summer, are dome shaped and really bring in the butterflies and bees. Discovered at the Conard Pyle Co. in Pennsylvania.

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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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  • 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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  • Hot Lips Pink Turtlehead

    A showstopper in the late summer-early fall, adding vertical form and late summer color. Deep green foliage and rosy, lipstick-colored flowers on dark red stems. Provide adequate moisture. Blooms July through September. Excellent for attracting butterflies to the garden. Great cut flower, and considered deer resistant when mature.

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