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Abutilon, Bella Series

Abutilon, Bella Series

Common Name: Flowering Maple

14"; Dwarf, compact, 3" out-facing blooms.

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Acanthus hungaricus

Acanthus hungaricus

Common Name: Hungarian Bear's Breeches

30" spreading 36"; Arching lilac-purple calyxes with hooded pinkish-white petals are gracefully displayed above clumped foliage. Deeply fronded dark-green basal leaves with stiff vertical flr stems. Specimen plants for upscale landscapers. Excellent …

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Acanthus mollis, Bear's Breech

Acanthus mollis, Bear's Breech

Common Name: Bear's Breeches

36"; Ornamental foliage, flowers white to pink on stout spikes.

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Achillea filipendulina, Cloth of Gold (Parker's Var.)

Achillea filipendulina, Cloth of Gold (Parker's Var.)

Common Name: Fernleaf Yarrow

24"; Golden-yellow flower heads, best for drying.

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Achillea millefolium F2, Flowerburst Lilac Shades

Achillea millefolium F2, Flowerburst Lilac Shades

Common Name: Yarrow

30"; Mainly lilac shades ranging to pink and rose. Very warm look. Habit like Summer Pastels. Excellent for containers, borders and cutting.

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Achillea millefolium F2, Flowerburst Red Shades

Achillea millefolium F2, Flowerburst Red Shades

Common Name: Yarrow

30"; Mainly red shades ranging to violet. Very bright look. Habit like Summer Pastels. Excellent for containers, borders and cutting.

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Achillea millefolium F2, Summer Berries

Achillea millefolium F2, Summer Berries

Common Name: Yarrow

30"; FYF. Bright color range including red, cerise and bright pink as well as the complete range of pastels and yellows.

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Achillea millefolium F2, Summer Pastels Mix

Achillea millefolium F2, Summer Pastels Mix

Common Name: Yarrow

30"; AAS. Mixture of lavender, purple, white, apricot, cream, rose and pink.

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Achillea millefolium, Cassis

Achillea millefolium, Cassis

Common Name: Yarrow

24"; FYF. Bears bunches of intense, cherry-red umbels perfect for cutting.

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Achillea millefolium, Cerise Queen

Achillea millefolium, Cerise Queen

Common Name: Yarrow

24"; FYF. Intense rose-pink, 2-4" flowers on flat heads. For cut and dry arrangements.

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Achillea millefolium, Colorado

Achillea millefolium, Colorado

Common Name: Yarrow

24"; Diverse mixture of shades in red, pink, apricot, yellow, cream, beige and pure white.

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Achillea ptarmica, Double Diamond

Achillea ptarmica, Double Diamond

Common Name: Sneezewort

12", (31" 2nd yr); FYF. Large improved full double white flowers. Heat tolerant. Good bedder 1st yr, strong landscaper and cutflower in 2nd yr.

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Achillea ptarmica, Noblessa

Achillea ptarmica, Noblessa

Common Name: Sneezewort

12"; Bright white, fully double flowers over deep-green foliage. No vernalization or PGRs needed. Compact rounded habit. Heat and drought tolerant. Gdn or container.

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Achillea ptarmica, The Pearl

Achillea ptarmica, The Pearl

Common Name: Sneezewort

24"; Double and semidouble white flowers.

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Achillea sibirica, Love Parade

Achillea sibirica, Love Parade

Common Name: Yarrow

24"; Soft pink flowers w/ attractive lanceolate foliage.

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Aciphylla aurea, Speargrass

Aciphylla aurea, Speargrass

Common Name: Speargrass

40"; Thick spikes of curious golden ivory flowers rise above a basal rosette of broad blade-like gold & green striped foliage. Summer flowering. Specimen plant, vertical accent, good central item in large containers. Could be tested as special c…

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Aconitum carmichaelii, Arendsii

Aconitum carmichaelii, Arendsii

Common Name: Monkshood

4 ft; Deepest midnight-blue. Branching spikes form intense blue candelabras.

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Aconitum napellus, Monkshood

Aconitum napellus, Monkshood

Common Name: Monkshood

4 ft; Large violet-blue flowers on erect spikes.

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Aconitum napellus, Newry Blue

Aconitum napellus, Newry Blue

Common Name: Monkshood

3 ft; Upright plants with spikes of many showy, deep blue, hooded flowers. Plants and flowers are uniform in height and color. Great in cottage gardens.

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Acroclinium roseum, Goliath Tetra

Acroclinium roseum, Goliath Tetra

Common Name: Everlasting

2 ft; Giant tetraploid. Double, red flowers, black-centered, with extra strong stem. Papery petals. Good fieldgrown cutflower, fresh or dried.

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Acroclinium roseum, Large Flowered Hybrids

Acroclinium roseum, Large Flowered Hybrids

Common Name: Everlasting

20"; Brilliant mixture of color contains pink, carmine and white shades, some yellow-eyed, some dark-eyed. Superb everlasting cutflower.

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Aethionema grandiflorum, Tibet

Aethionema grandiflorum, Tibet

Common Name: Stonecress

8"; Persian Rockcress. Drifts of soft rose pink umbels like miniature Iberis over spreading mats of soft green foliage. Long bloom season starts early spring. Durable drought tolerant plant. Good for rock gardens, beds, containers and combo planters.

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Agapanthus praecox, Blue

Agapanthus praecox, Blue

Common Name: African Lily

20"; Large bright blue umbels rising on straight stems above 8" clump of lily-like foliage. Good for containers, sunbelt borders.

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Agapanthus praecox, White

Agapanthus praecox, White

Common Name: African Lily

20"; Large pure white umbels rising on straight stems above 8" clump of lily-like foliage. Good for containers, sunbelt borders.

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Agapanthus, Headbourne Blue

Agapanthus, Headbourne Blue

Common Name: African Lily

30"; Solid blue, among the hardiest of Agapanthus and sufficiently compact for gallons or beds.

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Agastache aurantiaca, Apricot Sprite

Agastache aurantiaca, Apricot Sprite

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

14"; Compact for perennial containers. Bushy branching and erect, with aromatic silvergreen foliage. Sprays of soft orange flowers all summer. Durable thru heat and drought, overwinters well if good drainage.

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Agastache aurantiaca, Fragrant Delight Mix

Agastache aurantiaca, Fragrant Delight Mix

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

14" pot, 24" gdn; Bright spikes of raspberry, lilac, orange, through most of the summer. Aromatic foliage. Attracts insects & hummers. Holds up thru hot and dry times. For combo containers, borders or mass landscape.

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Agastache aurantiaca, Kiowa Sunset

Agastache aurantiaca, Kiowa Sunset

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

14" pot, 24" gdn; Rich butter yellow tubular flowers. Aromatic deep green foliage. Bushy habit. Drought & heat tolerant. For containers, knee-hi gardens.

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Agastache aurantiaca, Navajo Sunset

Agastache aurantiaca, Navajo Sunset

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

15"; Aromatic, clear light orange. Silvery leaf, southwestern native.

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Agastache aurantiaca, Party Mixers Raspberry Daiquiri

Agastache aurantiaca, Party Mixers Raspberry Daiquiri

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

10"; Heavily scented and well-branched with a long flowering period. Ideal for pack, pot or gallon sales. Later sowings can be made for later pot or bedding sales. Attracts hummingbirds & other beneficial insects. Half hardy perennial.

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Agastache aurantiaca, Tango

Agastache aurantiaca, Tango

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

14"; FYF. Substantial spikes of bright tangerine orange flowers. Aromatic plant with fresh minty scent. Good bee plant and showy color for summer cutflower, containers or borders.

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Agastache cana hybrida, Bolero

Agastache cana hybrida, Bolero

Common Name: Texas Hummingbird Mint

3 ft; Bred for production of xanthophyll, the deep orange petals sometimes fed to poultry to enhance color. Special deep color for cutflowers. Easy fieldgrown crop.

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Agastache cana, Heather Queen CS

Agastache cana, Heather Queen CS

Common Name: Texas Hummingbird Mint

30"; Heathery lilac plumes, aromatic.

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Agastache foeniculum, Golden Jubilee

Agastache foeniculum, Golden Jubilee

Common Name: Anise Hyssop

18"; AAS. Golden foliage w/ contrasting blue flowers. Attractive plant from seedling til frost.

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Agastache hybrida, Arcado Pink

Agastache hybrida, Arcado Pink

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

24" spreading 15"; FYF. Tender perennial best grown as an annual. Very floriferous with eye-catching, purple-pink flower spikes. Great grower choice for pot plants. Gorgeous as border plants or in patio containers. Attracts butterflies and benefi…

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Agastache hybrida, Arizona Series

Agastache hybrida, Arizona Series

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

8" spreading 10"; FYF, drought tolerant, with upright, extra bushy habit. Durable plant bears abundant spikes packed with bright flowers. Good for containers, perennial bedding. Attracts Hummingbirds.

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Agastache hybrida, Astello Indigo

Agastache hybrida, Astello Indigo

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

20" spreading 14"; FYF, no vern needed. Strong, bushy plants. Stately spikes covered with fragrant, deep indigo-blue flowers. Rich minty scent fragrance. Dark-green foliage. Easy to grow and ship, few disease problems and can keep fresh look 3 weeks …

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Agastache pallidiflora, Rose Mint

Agastache pallidiflora, Rose Mint

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

12" pot, 18" gdn; Bright rosy lavender flrs in tightly packed spikes. Compact branching plant with aromatic foliage. Good for container, planters or borders.

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Agastache rugosa, Blue Spike

Agastache rugosa, Blue Spike

Common Name: Anise Hyssop

2 ft; Erect plant, thick spikes, aromatic foliage, clear blue.

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Agastache rupestris, Apache Sunset

Agastache rupestris, Apache Sunset

Common Name: Mexican Hyssop

20"; Bold brushes of sunset orange flowers from June to frost. Richly aromatic silvergreen foliage. Native to southwestern mountains.

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Ageratum, Aloha White

Ageratum, Aloha White

Common Name: Floss Flower

4" pack, 8" gdn spreading 8"; Large pure white flower clusters over dark green foliage. Early blooming, strong healthy plants. For pots & bedding.

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Ageratum, Aloha White PEL

Ageratum, Aloha White PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

4" pack, 8" gdn spreading 8"; Large pure white flower clusters over dark green foliage. Early blooming, strong healthy plants. For pots & bedding.

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Ageratum, Blue Danube PEL

Ageratum, Blue Danube PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

7"; Compact, uniform mid-blue.

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Ageratum, Blue Hawaii 5.0 PEL

Ageratum, Blue Hawaii 5.0 PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

6"; Improved seed quality. Same industry-leading performance as original Blue Hawaii with a more uniform and compact habit. Very free-flowering. Excellent in pack, garden or planter.

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Ageratum, Blue Horizon

Ageratum, Blue Horizon

Common Name: Floss Flower

20"; Superb cutflower variety, also landscaping. Mid-blue.

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Ageratum, Blue Horizon PEL

Ageratum, Blue Horizon PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

20"; Superb cutflower variety, also landscaping. Mid-blue.

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Ageratum, Blue Mink

Ageratum, Blue Mink

Common Name: Floss Flower

14"; Tetraploid, light-blue, large flower.

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Ageratum, Blue Planet

Ageratum, Blue Planet

Common Name: Floss Flower

20"; Straight basal branching stems bearing flower cluster on top. Robust plant also good in landscape. Best sub when Blue Horizon is in short supply.

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Ageratum, Blue Planet PEL

Ageratum, Blue Planet PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

20"; Straight basal branching stems bearing flower cluster on top. Robust plant also good in landscape. Best sub when Blue Horizon is in short supply.

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Ageratum, Cloud Nine Series PEL

Ageratum, Cloud Nine Series PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

5" spreading 10"; Extra early in pack, up to 7 days advantage. Flat spreading habit with small leaves, strong branching with short internode, resulting in excellent flower fill atop plant canopy. Blue has dark bud color. For bedding & patio. Mix c…

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Ageratum, Diamond Blue

Ageratum, Diamond Blue

Common Name: Floss Flower

6" pot, 14" gdn; Strong deep blue color over dark green foliage, perhaps the darkest blue Ageratum. Vigorous plants bloom early. Excellent for large containers, landscape and garden.

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Ageratum, Dondo Series

Ageratum, Dondo Series

Common Name: Floss Flower

32"; Long stem, suitable for cuts under glass.

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Ageratum, Everest Blue PEL

Ageratum, Everest Blue PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

26"; True blue flowers in large umbels. Tall strong stems. Pinching induces uniform stem & broader plant. For cutflower in field or greenhouse. Ideal in landscape or large patio containers.

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Ageratum, High Tide Series PEL

Ageratum, High Tide Series PEL

Common Name: Floss Flower

2 ft; Robust knee-hi landscape habit, bushy hedging plants with large flower heads. Fills pots fast, grows on to make a big display of healthy self cleaning plants.

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Ageratum, Red Flint

Ageratum, Red Flint

Common Name: Floss Flower

24"; Tall upright type with red flowers. For cutflower or landscape border.

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Ageratum, White Clouds

Ageratum, White Clouds

Common Name: Floss Flower

6"; Large flowered compact tetraploid strain, thick textured stems & foliage. Pure white.

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Agrostemma githago milas, Purple Queen

Agrostemma githago milas, Purple Queen

Common Name: Corn Cockle

40"; Rosy purple blooms with ivory throat and dark purple veins. Petals shaped like single flowered rose. Long wiry stems and very free flowering. Good for fieldgrown cutflower, best and sufficiently inexpensive for direct sowing. Sow early spri…

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Agrostemma githago, Ocean Pearl

Agrostemma githago, Ocean Pearl

Common Name: Corn Cockle

24-36"; Unusual, easy to grow hardy annual. Erect plants produce an abundance of extra large, pure white blooms with distinct black-speckled markings. Ideal border plant and cutflower.

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Ajuga reptans

Ajuga reptans

Common Name: Bugleweed

6"; Groundcover, green foliage, blue flower spikes.

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Alcea ficifolia, Antwerp Hollyhock § PURE KERNELS

Alcea ficifolia, Antwerp Hollyhock § PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Hollyhock

40"; Single flowered w/ broad color range including shades not usually found in single varieties, such as coppery-orange, gold, bright rose etc. Rust tolerant.

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Alcea ficifolia, Happy Lights

Alcea ficifolia, Happy Lights

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; Large single flowers. Hardy perennial. Broad range of colors in mix including many bright shades.

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Alcea ficifolia, Las Vegas PRIMED

Alcea ficifolia, Las Vegas PRIMED

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; FYF. Brilliant single flowered mixture. Colors ranging from chestnut brown to red, pink & rose to white, yellow to copper & apricot. Sturdy stems. Fig-leaved. Good specialty cutflower.

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Alcea rosea, Aubade

Alcea rosea, Aubade

Common Name: Hollyhock

2 ft container, 4 ft gdn; Base branching and floriferous. An unusual range of colors in cool tones ranging from deep purple thru reddish-purple to rose, light pink, cream-yellow and white. For perennial borders, larger containers.

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Alcea rosea, Blackberry Ripple

Alcea rosea, Blackberry Ripple

Common Name: Hollyhock

6 ft; FYF. A decadent blend of large, semi-double, violet-purple veined blooms with darker centers and fully double powder-puff white flowers.

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Alcea rosea, Chaters Double Series

Alcea rosea, Chaters Double Series

Common Name: Hollyhock

6 ft; 100% double large flowers.

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Alcea rosea, Creme de Cassis (Black Currant)

Alcea rosea, Creme de Cassis (Black Currant)

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; Flowers are the distinct reddish-purple of 'black currant', streaked dark-veined, cream-centered. Semidouble, flowers the first summer from sowing.

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Alcea rosea, Fiesta Time § PRIMED

Alcea rosea, Fiesta Time § PRIMED

Common Name: Hollyhock

36"; FYF. Stocky, robust spikes of double fringed cerise-pink blooms. Compact height makes it more suitable for garden borders and containers.

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Alcea rosea, Fruity Mix

Alcea rosea, Fruity Mix

Common Name: Hollyhock

6 ft; A very beautiful combination of appleblossom & peach shades. Large full double pleated flowers. Big color for borders, landscape.

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Alcea rosea, Halo Series § PURE KERNELS

Alcea rosea, Halo Series § PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Hollyhock

6 ft; FYF. Large 5'' single blooms highlighted with broad contrasting darker centers. Spikes fill from top to bottom. Massive landscape plant worth testing as specialty cutflower for local market.

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Alcea rosea, Indian Spring

Alcea rosea, Indian Spring

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; Old fashioned single & semidouble mix of rose, pink & white.

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Alcea rosea, Nigra

Alcea rosea, Nigra

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; Traditional ''black'' Hollyhock. Large single flowers.

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Alcea rosea, O'Hara

Alcea rosea, O'Hara

Common Name: Hollyhock

4 ft pot, 5 ft gdn; FYF. Fully double. Bright scarlet flowers. High quality upright flower spikes. Produces rich color for large containers and borders.

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Alcea rosea, Peaches 'n Dreams

Alcea rosea, Peaches 'n Dreams

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; Attractive pure double creamy peach blooms.

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Alcea rosea, Queeny Series

Alcea rosea, Queeny Series

Common Name: Hollyhock

20"; Compact base branched habit. Bright blooms up to 4" diam. with frilly edges and a powderpuff cushion center. Flowers first summer from early spring sowing.

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Alcea rosea, Simplex Mix § PURE KERNELS

Alcea rosea, Simplex Mix § PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Hollyhock

5 ft; Old fashioned single flowered mix of rose, pink & white.

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Alcea rosea, Spotlight Series § PURE KERNELS

Alcea rosea, Spotlight Series § PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Hollyhock

60-70"; FYF when sown early. Produces tall spikes of large, old-fashioned, sturdy, single flowers. A feast for the eye, featuring many brilliant fashion colors. Worth testing for shelf-life as fieldgrown cutflower.

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Alcea rosea, Spring Celebrities Series

Alcea rosea, Spring Celebrities Series

Common Name: Hollyhock

18" pot, 24" gdn; FYF, no vern needed. Compact habit, double to semidouble flrs in bright color range. Choice novel item for container production and perennial borders.

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Alcea rosea, Summer Carnival Mix

Alcea rosea, Summer Carnival Mix

Common Name: Hollyhock

4 ft; FYF. Fluffy crested double flowers.

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Alcea rosea, The Bride

Alcea rosea, The Bride

Common Name: Hollyhock

6 ft; FYF. Top quality full fluffy double flowers.

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Alcea rugosa

Alcea rugosa

Common Name: Hollyhock

80"; Tall stems, large single flowers, intense pure yellow. Petals laciniated, slightly undulated and strongly textured. Useful tall hedge, stately specimen and specialty cutflower.

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Alchemilla alpina

Alchemilla alpina

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

6"; Groundcover, yellow blossoms, deep-green foliage.

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Alchemilla erythropoda, Alma PRIMED

Alchemilla erythropoda, Alma PRIMED

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

8"; Compact, sturdy base branching plant with small wavy green leaves and red stems. Greenish flowers very early. Nice container and edging plant.

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Alchemilla mollis, Irish Silk

Alchemilla mollis, Irish Silk

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

18"; Stems longer & stronger than ordinary strains. More uniform flower color & timing. Green-gold leaves & chartreuse flowers .

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Alchemilla mollis, Robustica (Select)

Alchemilla mollis, Robustica (Select)

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

20"; Original florist strain, chartreuse flowers, dense foliage, upright, for professional floristry.

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Alchemilla mollis, Thriller §

Alchemilla mollis, Thriller §

Common Name: Lady's Mantle

18"; Chartreuse flowers above bright green, dense foliage. Valued as filler in cutflower arrangements.

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Allium hybrida, Quattro

Allium hybrida, Quattro

Common Name: Fat Leaf Chive

Overwintering. Sow summer, harvest tender new leaves the following spring til hard freeze. Interspecific hybrid that can keep producing for many years. Hardy Zone 5. Bunching habit, non spreading, well adapted to container growing, ope…

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Allium obliquum

Allium obliquum

Common Name: Twistedleaf Garlic

20"; Bright-green spherical flower heads, erect stems, narrow bladed blue-green foliage.

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Allium senescens, ssp. glaucum

Allium senescens, ssp. glaucum

Common Name: Ornaamental Onion

18"; Exotic swirling, glossy foliage. Showy summer flowers have light pleasant fragrance. A variety of German garlic. A good plant to try as centerpiece in combo container or in 4" pots.

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Allium sibiricum, Chive Gigantic

Allium sibiricum, Chive Gigantic

Common Name: Giant Chives

20-24"; Taller than typical chive. Produces stunning white flowers on upright, tall broad leaves. Perfect choice for adding height to combo containers.

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Allium tuberosum, Garlic Chives

Allium tuberosum, Garlic Chives

Common Name: Garlic Chives

12"; White flowers & flat solid leaves.

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Alstroemeria aurantiaca, Devotion

Alstroemeria aurantiaca, Devotion

Common Name: Peruvian Lily

32"; Shades of pink and hot pink. Shiny deep foliage. Flowers throughout growing season and during the first year in greenhouse culture. Excellent cutflower. Needs cold for germination.

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Alstroemeria hybrida, Dandy Candy

Alstroemeria hybrida, Dandy Candy

Common Name: Peruvian Lily

14"; Mixture of vivid colors including red, deep rose, picoteed white with pink, all with dark stripes and yellow zones. Compact well branched habit. Deep-green, very shiny foliage. Flowers throughout growing season and during the first year in …

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Alstroemeria ligtu, Dr. Salters Hybrids Mix

Alstroemeria ligtu, Dr. Salters Hybrids Mix

Common Name: Peruvian Lily

32"; Mix of salmon, cerise, flame, lilac, red, gold & bronze flowers in clusters resembling lilies. Long lasting cutflower.

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Alternanthera, Purple Knight

Alternanthera, Purple Knight

Common Name: Joy Weed

20"; Unique accent plant w/ striking, upright spreading dark-purple foliage. Exceptional heat tolerance.

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Alyssum argenteum

Alyssum argenteum

Common Name: Silver Alyssum

15"; Erect silver foliage, brilliant golden-yellow flowers. Excellent for dry conditions, suitable for massed xeriscape.

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Alyssum montanum, Mountain Gold

Alyssum montanum, Mountain Gold

Common Name: Madwort

6"; Groundcover, fragrant bright yellow flowers.

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Alyssum saxatile, compactum Gold Dust

Alyssum saxatile, compactum Gold Dust

Common Name: Basket of Gold

10"; Trailing plant w/ golden-yellow flowers.

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Alyssum saxatile, Gold Ball

Alyssum saxatile, Gold Ball

Common Name: Basket of Gold

6"; Unique mounding habit. Deep golden-yellow flowers.

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Alyssum saxatile, Summit

Alyssum saxatile, Summit

Common Name: Basket of Gold

6" pot, 8" gdn; Early variety for Spring blooming with masses of bright yellow color for pots, vernalization required.

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Alyssum, Allure Series FILMCOAT

Alyssum, Allure Series FILMCOAT

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4"; Compact, branching, strong in gdn, with broad color range.

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Alyssum, Aphrodite Series

Alyssum, Aphrodite Series

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

3"; Early compact, blooming habit, special series composing brighter & broader color range.

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Alyssum, Clear Crystal Series FILMCOAT

Alyssum, Clear Crystal Series FILMCOAT

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

6" spreading to 12"; Large flowers, durable, with tetraploid vigor and strong, thick texture. Extra early and extra showy at sale and in the garden.

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Alyssum, Easter Bonnet Series

Alyssum, Easter Bonnet Series

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4-10" spreading 10-12"; Compact, uniform, rich colors.

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Alyssum, Easter Bonnet Series FILMCOAT

Alyssum, Easter Bonnet Series FILMCOAT

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4-10" spreading 10-12"; This new filmcoated seed makes sowing much easier. Breeder recommends 4 to 6 seeds per plug cell. Early and uniform in habit and color. Stays neat and compact on the sales bench.

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Alyssum, Giga White

Alyssum, Giga White

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

6" spreading to 12"; Tetraploid. Large durable pure white flowers with extra vigor and strong, thick texture. Very early and showy in packs or containers at point of sale and in the garden.

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Alyssum, New Carpet of Snow

Alyssum, New Carpet of Snow

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

3"; Fine pack & bedding performer. Pure white.

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Alyssum, North Face White FILMCOAT

Alyssum, North Face White FILMCOAT

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

6" spreading 14"; Tetraploid with extra large pure white flowers and wonderful cascading habit. Low growing and strongly branched, for packed flower cover across the canopy. Fills basket quickly and covers a lot of ground in landscape. Good choice…

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Alyssum, Oriental Night

Alyssum, Oriental Night

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4"; Deep violet-purple.

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Alyssum, Pastel Carpet

Alyssum, Pastel Carpet

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

3"; Mix of pastels, rose, violet, lilac, pink & cream.

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Alyssum, Rosie O'Day

Alyssum, Rosie O'Day

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4"; Rose-pink, fragrant flowers make this low groundcover a delight. Great in pots, baskets. Can withstand drought/heat and works as a border or rock garden plant.

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Alyssum, Snow Crystals

Alyssum, Snow Crystals

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4"; FSM. Large white flowers, durable tetraploid.

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Alyssum, Sweetie Series

Alyssum, Sweetie Series

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

3" spreading 9"; Broad 7-color range including strong deep purple, bronze, white, pink, rose, lemon and lavender. Genetically compact spreading habit, very uniform. For bedding, color bowls and mixed containers.

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Alyssum, Tiny Tim (Minimum)

Alyssum, Tiny Tim (Minimum)

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

4"; Dwarf white. Good choice for mass plantings or direct sowing to landscape.

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Alyssum, Violet Queen

Alyssum, Violet Queen

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

6"; Compact, tiny violet flowers.

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Alyssum, Wandering Mix

Alyssum, Wandering Mix

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

12"; Long trailing stems. Very floriferous and vigorous. Special color range includes whites, purples, lemons, wine-reds and ice-blues. For basket, mixed container or rambling garden.

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Alyssum, Wonderland Series

Alyssum, Wonderland Series

Common Name: Sweet Alyssum

3"; Dwarf and uniform make for tidy pack performance. Plants are excellent garden performers. Broad color range & fragrant blooms make mix unusually attractive as impulse items.

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Amaranthus caudatus, Coral Fountain

Amaranthus caudatus, Coral Fountain

Common Name: Love-Lies-Bleeding

3 ft; Coral-pink tassels droop and cascade from atop sturdy stems. Superb filler material for arrangments and bold annual landscape hedger.

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Amaranthus caudatus, Dreadlocks

Amaranthus caudatus, Dreadlocks

Common Name: Love-Lies-Bleeding

36" spreading to 18"; Very unique and eye-catching as its magenta blooms hang freely along dangling stems in tight, rounded 1-2" clusters. Great as garden focal point or fieldgrown cutflower fresh or dried.

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Amaranthus caudatus, Green Cascade

Amaranthus caudatus, Green Cascade

Common Name: Love-Lies-Bleeding

30"; Lime-green tassels droop and cascade from atop sturdy stems. Choice filler material for arrangements and bold annual landscape hedger.

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Amaranthus caudatus, Mira

Amaranthus caudatus, Mira

Common Name: Love-Lies-Bleeding

40"; Choice arrangement material. Tall stems with long cascading ropes of bicolor rose & green flowers. Pinkish-bronze stems, vivid bright mint-green foliage. For fieldgrown cuts or mass landscape.

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Amaranthus cruentus, Autumn's Pallet

Amaranthus cruentus, Autumn's Pallet

Common Name: Prince's Feather

4 ft; Blended autumn tones, cream, pistachio, and cognac, broad spikes over deep-green foliage. Long lasting cutflower and easy fieldgrown specialty item. Stately annual specimen or hedger.

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Amaranthus cruentus, Autumn's Touch

Amaranthus cruentus, Autumn's Touch

Common Name: Prince's Feather

3 ft; Pistachio & cream tipped with bronze, broad spikes over deep-green foliage. Long lasting cutflower or easy fieldgrown specialty item. Stately annual specimen or hedger.

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Amaranthus cruentus, Copperhead

Amaranthus cruentus, Copperhead

Common Name: Prince's Feather

3 ft; Broad spikes of copper colored seed heads at tip of long stems. For fieldgrown cutflower fresh or dried. Long fresh harvest window begins as soon as spikes are strong enough to stand up straight and continues until seed begins to drop. Dried …

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Amaranthus cruentus, Hot Biscuits

Amaranthus cruentus, Hot Biscuits

Common Name: Prince's Feather

4 ft; Warm golden coppery-bronze earthtones, broad spikes over deep-green foliage. Long lasting cutflower or easy fieldgrown specialty item. Stately annual specimen or hedger.

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Amaranthus cruentus, Hot Chili

Amaranthus cruentus, Hot Chili

Common Name: Prince's Feather

4 ft; Fiery red stems and spikes. Deep-green foliage. Spikes are broad and long lasting. Cutflower for easy fieldgrown specialty crop. Stately annual specimen or hedger.

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Amaranthus cruentus, Red Spire (Red Cathedral)

Amaranthus cruentus, Red Spire (Red Cathedral)

Common Name: Prince's Feather

28"; Slender & erect, red spires, for garden, cut or dry.

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Amaranthus cruentus, Velvet Curtains

Amaranthus cruentus, Velvet Curtains

Common Name: Prince's Feather

5 ft; Crimson all over, a massive show of intense color, shining deep-red leaves topped by broad fronds. Easy fieldgrown for specialty cuts.

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Amaranthus gangeticus, Carnival

Amaranthus gangeticus, Carnival

Common Name: Joseph's Coat

1 ft pot, up to 4 ft gdn; Fiery foliage in whorls of molten gold and blazing red with bronze basal leaves. Tall purple flower stems come at end of summer. In color from early stages onward. Easy growing, economical & showy in container or landscape.

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Amaranthus gangeticus, Early Splendor

Amaranthus gangeticus, Early Splendor

Common Name: Joseph's Coat

2 ft; Bright crimson-red on bronze leaves.

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Amaranthus gangeticus, Molten Fire

Amaranthus gangeticus, Molten Fire

Common Name: Joseph's Coat

2 ft; Large glowing crimson foliage with maroon picoteed leaf edge.

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Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Green Thumb

Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Green Thumb

Common Name: Prince's Feather

16"; Bright-green upright spikes, companion to Pigmy Torch.

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Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Pigmy Torch

Amaranthus hypochondriacus, Pigmy Torch

Common Name: Prince's Feather

16"; Deep crimson upright spikes.

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Amaranthus paniculatus, Elephant's Head

Amaranthus paniculatus, Elephant's Head

Common Name: Prince's Feather

2-3 ft; Bears a peculiar shaped multi-spike of intense velvety red-wine color. Head is formed of dozens of finger-thick spikes with rounded tips, from which rises a single foot-long spike like the elephant's trunk. Unique arranging material. For…

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Amaranthus tricolor, Flaming Fountain

Amaranthus tricolor, Flaming Fountain

Common Name: Joseph's Coat

32"-36"; Fast growing annual. Crimson foliage marked with red & bronze colorations. Narrow leaves are attractive shape and durable in weather. For mass landscape, borders, accent. Worth testing just to see how long the cut foliage might last.

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Amaranthus tricolor, Splendens Perfecta

Amaranthus tricolor, Splendens Perfecta

Common Name: Joseph's Coat

2 ft; Early & more branched than ordinary Joseph's Coat. Bright red & yellow leaves above, fresh green leaves below.

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Amaranthus, Aurora

Amaranthus, Aurora

Common Name: Joseph's Coat

4 ft; Generous rosette of creamy ivory leaves in crown of plant, with deep-green leaves at base. Robust bushy habit, reaching 5 ft in longer growing seasons. For easy landscape work. Could be tested for local fieldgrown cutflower.

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Ammi majus, Select White

Ammi majus, Select White

Common Name: False Queen Anne's Lace

3 ft; White umbels, good fieldgrown filler and specialty cut.

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Ammi visnaga, Green Mist

Ammi visnaga, Green Mist

Common Name: Toothpickweed

32"; Greenish white flower heads.

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Amomum subulatum, Black Cardamom

Amomum subulatum, Black Cardamom

Common Name: Black Cardamom

5 ft; Creamy near white flowers in dense clumps. Erect central stem bears large glossy lanceolate leaves recalling Magnolia foliage but fresher green in color. An oriental folk medicine and spice plant in the Ginger family, could be tried out for t…

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Amsonia hubrichtii

Amsonia hubrichtii

Common Name: Arkansas Blue Star

36"; Blue blossom, needle shaped leaves turn to yellow foliage in fall.

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Amsonia tabernaemontana, Bluestar

Amsonia tabernaemontana, Bluestar

Common Name: Eastern Bluestar

32"; Pale sky-blue flowers, broad leaves.

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Anacyclus depressus, Garden Gnome

Anacyclus depressus, Garden Gnome

Common Name: Mount Atlas Daisy

6"; Small cushions of white daisy-like flowers w/ reddish back.

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Anacyclus depressus, Spring Carpet

Anacyclus depressus, Spring Carpet

Common Name: Mount Atlas Daisy

8"; Finely cut foliage w/ white red reverse daisy like flowers.

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Anagallis linifolia, Monelli

Anagallis linifolia, Monelli

Common Name: Blue Pimpernel

8"; Brilliant gentian-blue flowers, deep-green foliage.

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Anaphalis margaritacea, New Snow

Anaphalis margaritacea, New Snow

Common Name: Pearly Everlasting

20"; Clusters of small white flowers.

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Anchusa azurea, Dropmore

Anchusa azurea, Dropmore

Common Name: Italian Bugloss

4 ft; Brilliant ultramarine blue flowers.

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Anchusa capensis, Blue Angel

Anchusa capensis, Blue Angel

Common Name: Bugloss

10"; Dwarf, uniform & free flowering. Pure blue.

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Andropogon scoparius, Prairie Blue Stem PURE KERNELS

Andropogon scoparius, Prairie Blue Stem PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Prairie Blue Stem

3 ft; Densely bunched wiry stemmed blue-green grass in summer. Coppery leaf in fall, with prominent silvery flower heads, very beautiful. For landscape and large container. Prairie BlueStem.

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Andropogon scoparius, Prairie Blues PURE KERNELS

Andropogon scoparius, Prairie Blues PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Prairie Blue Stem

40" spreading 24"; Elegant, gray-blue, ribbon like foliage forms dense, upright clumps. Produces silvery, fluffy seed heads in late summer and foliage turns reddish-orange in fall. Outstanding for naturalizing or as a decorative addition to cut …

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Anemanthele lessoniana, Pheasant Tails PURE KERNELS

Anemanthele lessoniana, Pheasant Tails PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Gossamer Grass

18"; Bronze-on-bronze. Burnished bronze blades and golden-bronze flowers. Tightly tufted, remains attractive from spring into winter.

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Anemanthele lessoniana, Sirocco MULTIPEL

Anemanthele lessoniana, Sirocco MULTIPEL

Common Name: Gossamer Grass

12" spreading to 2 ft; Develops rosy-copper foliage in cool weather when mature. Tightly tufted, remains attractive from spring into winter.

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Anemone coronaria, Harmony Series

Anemone coronaria, Harmony Series

Common Name: Windflower

6-8" spreading 5" pot, 14" in perennial gdn; Loads of eye-impact color both up close and en masse. Large, elegant flowers will sell on sight. F1 vigor & uniformity, a first in Anemone, makes easy growing & handling. Dense branching sturdy plants…

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Anemone hupehensis, Japonica PURE KERNELS

Anemone hupehensis, Japonica PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Japanese Anemone

28"; Large flowers, bright pink, broad petals on bushy plant.

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Anemone hupehensis, Pink Saucer

Anemone hupehensis, Pink Saucer

Common Name: Japanese Anemone

12" pot, 15" gdn; FYF. More compact strain. Large bright pink flowers with broad petals on bushy plant. Good subject for gallon containers and perennial borders.

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Anemone multifida, Annabella Series

Anemone multifida, Annabella Series

Common Name: Windflower

10"; Abundance of vivid blooms spring to early summer. 1.5" flowers on graceful stems over lacy foliage, a natural beauty for containers or beds. Vernalize to induce flowering.

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Anemone multifida, Mix

Anemone multifida, Mix

Common Name: Windflower

18"; Shades of pure white and bright rose spring to early summer. Numerous 1.5" flowers on graceful stems over lacy foliage, a natural beauty for containers or beds. Vernalize to induce flowering. Containers or perennial borders.

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Anemone multifida, Rubra

Anemone multifida, Rubra

Common Name: Windflower

12"; Carmine-red upright flower.

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Anemone sylvestris, Madonna CS

Anemone sylvestris, Madonna CS

Common Name: Snowdrop Windflower

12"; Large cream-white flowers.

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Anemone sylvestris, Snowdrop Windflower CS

Anemone sylvestris, Snowdrop Windflower CS

Common Name: Snowdrop Windflower

12"; Large white flowers May-June.

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Anemone, Mona Lisa Series

Anemone, Mona Lisa Series

Common Name: Windflower

18"; Vibrant, 4 to 4.5" blooms top sturdy, thick stems, with up to 18 stems per plant per year on average. Ideal for cutting and design work. Also makes an excellent bedding plant for cool coastal climates and in large containers.

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Anemonopsis macrophylla

Anemonopsis macrophylla

Common Name: False Anemone

30"; Graceful, large-petalled lilac-pink flowers with purple-centered trumpet. Wiry upright flower stems. Persistent lime-green pods. Thrives in damp areas or shade.

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Angelica gigas

Angelica gigas

Common Name: Angelica

4 ft; Deep-red umbels top sturdy plant, handsome foliage.

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Angelonia, Serena Series PEL

Angelonia, Serena Series PEL

Common Name: Summer Snapdragon

10-12"; First-ever seed grown angelonia. No-pinch, well-branched plants add dimensional color in landscape & containers. Florida-like conditions produce plants up to 50% larger.

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Angelonia, Serenita Series PEL

Angelonia, Serenita Series PEL

Common Name: Summer Snapdragon

10-14" spreading 12-14"; More compact and manageable sister to 'Serena' with same crop time. Raspberry is an intense color new to seed Angelonia. Flourishes and blooms all summer thru humidity & heat.

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Anise

Anise

Common Name: Anise

2 ft; Aromatic licorice flavored herb. Used to flavor sweets and sausages.

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Antennaria dioica, Pussy Toes

Antennaria dioica, Pussy Toes

Common Name: Pussy Toes

6"; Mat-forming, silver foliage & flowers with a ring of deep rose bracts surrounding a white center.

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Antennaria dioica, Rubra Red Pussytoes

Antennaria dioica, Rubra Red Pussytoes

Common Name: Pussy Toes

6"; Wine-red flowers aging to pink at end of season. Wooly white foliage. Mat-forming groundcover.

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Anthemis nobilis, True Chamomile

Anthemis nobilis, True Chamomile

Common Name: True Chamomile

8"; Fragrant foliage, flowers are cream-white, yellow-centered.

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Anthemis tinctoria, Kelways

Anthemis tinctoria, Kelways

Common Name: Dyer's Chamomile

28"; Golden-yellow flowers.

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Anthriscus sylvestris, Ravenswing

Anthriscus sylvestris, Ravenswing

Common Name: Chervil

22"; Crisp bronze-purple leaves with metallic sheen, white flowers spring thru midsummer.

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Anthyllis vulneraria coccinea, Red Carpet PURE KERNELS

Anthyllis vulneraria coccinea, Red Carpet PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Kidneyvetch

6"; FYF. Clusters of orange-red flowers. Good for borders or groundcover.

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Antirrhinum braun blanquettii, Lemon Sherbet

Antirrhinum braun blanquettii, Lemon Sherbet

Common Name: Snapdragon

12"; Large blossoms white, yellow-throated. Spreading perennial.

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Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Chantilly Series

Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Chantilly Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

3 ft garden, 4 ft ghs; Strong color display. Extra early blooming. Open faced flowers with long vase life on strong, flower filled stems. Premium quality for landscape, planter or group I-II cutflower snap. Excellent fieldgrown.

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Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Legend Series

Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Legend Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

3 ft gdn, 4 ft ghs; Professional cutflowers with extra sturdy stems and strong textured flower petals, for ease of harvest, quality after transport & long vase life. Early flowering Group I type, adaptable to short days & low temps. Flower spikes a…

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Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Opus Series

Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Opus Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

4 ft; Group III & IV. Highly commercial, programmable for late spring, summer and fall sales windows. Premium quality for professional greenhouse production, with long, tough stems and tightly packed spikes.

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Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Overture Series

Antirrhinum Greenhouse Forcing, Overture Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

4 ft; Group II. Highly commercial, programmable for winter sales windows. Premium quality for professional greenhouse production, with long, tough stems and tightly packed spikes.

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Antirrhinum pendula, Candy Showers Series MULTIPEL

Antirrhinum pendula, Candy Showers Series MULTIPEL

Common Name: Snapdragon

6" spreading 12"; Trailing plants with F1 Hybrid vigor fill quickly and load up early with high-color blooms. Flowers cover the entire plant from center to end of stems. Stems are strong, flexible, and ship well. Blooms well in short days or long …

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Antirrhinum pendula, Cascadia (Lampion) F1 Mix

Antirrhinum pendula, Cascadia (Lampion) F1 Mix

Common Name: Snapdragon

12"; First cascading Snapdragon, densely flowering from top to bottom. Mix of white, yellow, pink, orange, scarlet, violet, pink & white bicolor.

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Antirrhinum pendula, Magic Lanterns

Antirrhinum pendula, Magic Lanterns

Common Name: Snapdragon

6" spreading 12"; Hanging basket snap with naturally trailing and branching habit. The wide color range including oranges, pinks, white, yellow and bicolors adds a unique look to hanging baskets and containers.

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Antirrhinum sempervirens

Antirrhinum sempervirens

Common Name: Spanish Snapdragon

6"; White snapdragon flowers with lilac streaks & a yellow throat. Silky hairy wintergreen foliage. Attractive year-round where hardy. Good for edging, flowering groundcover or in pots or mixed containers.

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Antirrhinum, Antiquity Series

Antirrhinum, Antiquity Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

10" spreading 16"; Open bell flower form provides broad color area and is less likely to be pollinated by insects, which limits seed set and promotes long flowering season and loads of color. Superior branching vigor provides strong garden perfo…

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Antirrhinum, Bells Series

Antirrhinum, Bells Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

8"; Long blooming, open bell flowers on strong plants.

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Antirrhinum, Bizarre Hybrids (Brighton Rock)

Antirrhinum, Bizarre Hybrids (Brighton Rock)

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Mixture of exotic striped & mottled bicolors.

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Antirrhinum, Black Prince

Antirrhinum, Black Prince

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Near-black velvet crimson flowers, dark-purple foliage.

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Antirrhinum, Bronze Dragon

Antirrhinum, Bronze Dragon

Common Name: Snapdragon

12"; Deep shining purple foliage, rust-resistant. Bicolor flowers, prominent carmine throat with soft rose lips. High contrast container plant, showy from start to finish.

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Antirrhinum, Chimes Pink

Antirrhinum, Chimes Pink

Common Name: Snapdragon

8"; Compact habit, uniform bloom. Traditional snapdragon flower form.

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Antirrhinum, Dark Leaved Mix

Antirrhinum, Dark Leaved Mix

Common Name: Snapdragon

16" potted, 20" gdn; Mixture of vibrant colors all with dark purple foliage and purple stems. Color interest from seedling to frost. Useful & economical in large mixed containers, knee-high bedding, and worth testing as fieldgrown cutflower.

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Antirrhinum, Floral Showers Series

Antirrhinum, Floral Showers Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

8"; Dwarf, extra early, bred for short daylength.

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Antirrhinum, Liberty Classic Series

Antirrhinum, Liberty Classic Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; The original Liberty, knee-hi base brancher.

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Antirrhinum, Lipstick Gold

Antirrhinum, Lipstick Gold

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Unique yellow w' red lips, uniform.

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Antirrhinum, Lipstick Silver

Antirrhinum, Lipstick Silver

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Unique, creamy-white tips w'rosey-purple lips. Very showy, uniform and fragrant.

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Antirrhinum, Lucky Lips

Antirrhinum, Lucky Lips

Common Name: Snapdragon

20" gdn, 28" at close spacing as cutflower; Large flowers on long spikes, with large purple-red lips in striking contrast to the bright white base and wing petals. Open pollinated, very economical , for fieldgrown local mkt cutflower, borders & l…

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Antirrhinum, Madame Butterfly Mix

Antirrhinum, Madame Butterfly Mix

Common Name: Snapdragon

30''; AAS. Tall, double azalea flower types. Florets larger than standard snaps. Superb cutflower.

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Antirrhinum, Malmaison

Antirrhinum, Malmaison

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Silver-pink. Classic old fashioned type for borders or fieldgrown cuts.

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Antirrhinum, Monarch Lavender

Antirrhinum, Monarch Lavender

Common Name: Snapdragon

16"; Sturdy spikes of large, clear & cool upright flowers. Traditional knee-hi landscapers, economical for large plantings.

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Antirrhinum, Montego Series

Antirrhinum, Montego Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

6"; Dwarf & early. From same breeding as Tahiti but improved for garden stamina.

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Antirrhinum, Night & Day

Antirrhinum, Night & Day

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Near-black, velvet crimson flowers, silver-throated, deep purple-green foliage.

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Antirrhinum, Palette Series

Antirrhinum, Palette Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

10"; Husky well branched plants with healthy deep-green foliage and vigorous growth. Early and uniform, great in pack or container, a standout in the garden.

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Antirrhinum, Purple Twist

Antirrhinum, Purple Twist

Common Name: Snapdragon

40" at loose spacing or high light, 60" at tight spacing or low light; Group 2. Novel color pattern among greenhouse types, purple with white streaks. Can be scheduled along with Maryland series with short days and medium light. Color pattern ma…

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Antirrhinum, Rocket Series

Antirrhinum, Rocket Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

30"; Choice for cutflower or garden bloom. Upright branching spikes w' fragrant florets.

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Antirrhinum, Snappy Series

Antirrhinum, Snappy Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

8" pot, 10" gdn; Flowers are classic snapdragon with distinct chin and comb petals. Early and compact with strong basal branching, uniform timing. Good garden endurance. With fewer bedding snap series on the market today, this one is worth trying.

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Antirrhinum, Snappy Tongue

Antirrhinum, Snappy Tongue

Common Name: Snapdragon

30"; Novel cutflower, dragons with a distinct tongue protruding from between the lips. Mixed colors.

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Antirrhinum, Solstice F1 Series

Antirrhinum, Solstice F1 Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

16-20"; Short day flowering, quick finishing knee-hi snapdragon. Good subject for fieldgrown cutflower or landscaping.

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Antirrhinum, Sonnet F1 Series

Antirrhinum, Sonnet F1 Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

18"; Easy to grow w/ uniform growing habit, strong root system and sturdy self supporting flower stems. Great cutflower also performs well in patio containers and landscape.

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Antirrhinum, Twinny Series

Antirrhinum, Twinny Series

Common Name: Snapdragon

8"; F1, First dwarf, double flowered Antirrhinum series. Compact plant habit and excellent garden performance.

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Apium graveolens, Zwolsche Krul

Apium graveolens, Zwolsche Krul

Common Name: Leaf Celery

10"; Celery w' very curly leaves. Hardy biennial similar to curly leaf parsley. Ornamental & edible.

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Aquilegia alpina

Aquilegia alpina

Common Name: Alpine Columbine

24"; Alpine Columbine. Deep blue flowers with short spurs.

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Aquilegia buergeriana

Aquilegia buergeriana

Common Name: Columbine

18"; Intense purple flowers with prominent spurs, transforms to yellow over the season, even the spurs. Handsome plant with flowers rising above 10" clump of foliage. For perennial beds or containers, worth testing as specialty cutflower.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Biedermeier

Aquilegia caerulea, Biedermeier

Common Name: Columbine

14"; Dwarf mix, mostly double flowers, bright colors.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Dragonfly

Aquilegia caerulea, Dragonfly

Common Name: Columbine

18"; More dwarf and compact mix than McKana type.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Heavenly Blue

Aquilegia caerulea, Heavenly Blue

Common Name: Columbine

24"; Long spurred and large flowered. Sky-blue flowers with white corolla. Long blooming.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Koralle

Aquilegia caerulea, Koralle

Common Name: Columbine

30"; Coral shades with yellow corollas. Nice stem length for specialty fieldgrown cutflower and usefull in borders.

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Aquilegia caerulea, McKana's Giants Mix

Aquilegia caerulea, McKana's Giants Mix

Common Name: Columbine

30"; Large flower, delicate colors, well known long spur mix.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Music Series

Aquilegia caerulea, Music Series

Common Name: Columbine

20"; Large flowers over a compact mound of foliage. Long blooming.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Origami Series

Aquilegia caerulea, Origami Series

Common Name: Columbine

16"; Uniform height & flowering. Requires minimal vernalization.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Rocky Mountain Blue

Aquilegia caerulea, Rocky Mountain Blue

Common Name: Columbine

20"; Large blue flowers with white corolla, sometimes called 'Colorado Blue' as it is Colorado's state flower.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Songbird Series

Aquilegia caerulea, Songbird Series

Common Name: Columbine

14-24"; FYF. No vern needed. Early bloom for containers or shaded perennial gardens. Striking color choices.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Spring Magic Series

Aquilegia caerulea, Spring Magic Series

Common Name: Columbine

14"; Very uniform plants with a nice round habit and good branching. Easily programmable for container flowering w/ very little need for cooling.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Star Series

Aquilegia caerulea, Star Series

Common Name: Columbine

24"; Large, long spurred flowers w/ cream-colored corollas.

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Aquilegia caerulea, Swan Series

Aquilegia caerulea, Swan Series

Common Name: Columbine

2 ft; Uniformly taller than Songbird, can be grown as specialty cutflower, border or container. Little to no vern needed. Responds well to PGRs. High bud count & very winter hardy.

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Aquilegia canadensis

Aquilegia canadensis

Common Name: Columbine

20"; Red petals surround yellow corolla. Showy, extremely hardy.

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Aquilegia canadensis, Little Lanterns (Hummingbird)

Aquilegia canadensis, Little Lanterns (Hummingbird)

Common Name: Columbine

10"; Short compact plant, flowers scarlet with yellow corolla. Choice container or perennial bedding.

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Aquilegia canadensis, Rhubarb & Custard

Aquilegia canadensis, Rhubarb & Custard

Common Name: Columbine

8"; Produces masses of bright-red and yellow flowers on neat compact plants. Ideal for containers and the garden.

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Aquilegia chrysantha

Aquilegia chrysantha

Common Name: Columbine

28"; Fragrant, golden-yellow.

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Aquilegia flabellata, Blackcurrant Ice

Aquilegia flabellata, Blackcurrant Ice

Common Name: Columbine

5"; Unique contrasting bicolor flowers, deep purple petals surround bright yellow corollas. Compact branching plant. Eye-catching in combo containers or pots.

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Aquilegia flabellata, Blue Angel

Aquilegia flabellata, Blue Angel

Common Name: Columbine

6"; Short spurred blue with white bicolor corollas, compact plant habit.

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Aquilegia flabellata, Cameo Series

Aquilegia flabellata, Cameo Series

Common Name: Columbine

8"; Dwarf, mounded plants produce an abundance of flowers above silver-gray foliage.

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Aquilegia flabellata, MiniStar

Aquilegia flabellata, MiniStar

Common Name: Columbine

6"; This dwarf selection features flowers of vivid blue, with contrasting white corolla and curved spurs. Common name Fan Columbine.

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Aquilegia flabellata, White Angel

Aquilegia flabellata, White Angel

Common Name: Columbine

6"; Short spurred white corollas, compact plant habit.

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Aquilegia hybrida, Double Pleat Blackberry

Aquilegia hybrida, Double Pleat Blackberry

Common Name: Columbine

24" spreading 15"; Dark-purple, fully double, pleated blooms fringed in white. Ideal for landscape borders. Blooms in late spring and early summer. Attracts hummingbirds.

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Aquilegia skinnerii, Tequila Sunrise

Aquilegia skinnerii, Tequila Sunrise

Common Name: Columbine

30"; FYF, no vern needed. 2" flowers, coral orange w' gold corollas.

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Aquilegia viridiflora, Chocolate Soldier

Aquilegia viridiflora, Chocolate Soldier

Common Name: Columbine

12"; Sweetly scented w' green sepals, brown bicolor corollas.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Barlow Series

Aquilegia vulgaris, Barlow Series

Common Name: Columbine

2 ft; Double spurless, a British speciality.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Clementine Series

Aquilegia vulgaris, Clementine Series

Common Name: Columbine

14"; Elegant double spurless outward facing flowers with excellent shelf life and sales appeal. Erect and bushy for 4" pots to large containers or borders.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Double Flowered Tall Mix

Aquilegia vulgaris, Double Flowered Tall Mix

Common Name: Columbine

32"; Tall wiry stems, double spurless flowers including most colors found in the species, ranging from blue to deep purple, white, rose, red. Good fieldgrown specialty cutflower, also for borders & landscapes.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Double Winky Series

Aquilegia vulgaris, Double Winky Series

Common Name: Columbine

10"; Full double flowers in tight rosette over compactly branched dwarf plant.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Lime Sorbet

Aquilegia vulgaris, Lime Sorbet

Common Name: Columbine

40"; Striking lime-green double spurless flowers.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Mellow Yellow

Aquilegia vulgaris, Mellow Yellow

Common Name: Columbine

2 ft; Intense golden foliage in spring, shifting to soft light green in summer. Large white flowers. 98% golden leaf form. Provides color interest from earliest stage onward. Good subject for mixed planters with spring flowers, also for boders & be…

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Pink Petticoat

Aquilegia vulgaris, Pink Petticoat

Common Name: Columbine

30" container, 36" gdn, ; Double spurless flowers, pink corolla surrounded by white petticoats. Cutflower, borders and large container.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Ruby Port

Aquilegia vulgaris, Ruby Port

Common Name: Columbine

36"; Double unicolor dark ruby.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Vervaeneana Leprechaun Gold

Aquilegia vulgaris, Vervaeneana Leprechaun Gold

Common Name: Columbine

18"; Striking marbled golden foliage, over 90% of plants. Large violet flowers. Choice perennial for borders and container, attractive foliage & flr.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, William Guinness

Aquilegia vulgaris, William Guinness

Common Name: Columbine

36"; Sepals almost black, contrasting white corolla. Unique startling bicolor appearance.

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Aquilegia vulgaris, Winky Series

Aquilegia vulgaris, Winky Series

Common Name: Columbine

12-14"; Unique upright-facing bicolor flowers. Compact habit & strong stems. Sturdy shipper.

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Aquilegia x caerulea, Sunshine

Aquilegia x caerulea, Sunshine

Common Name: Columbine

2 ft; Cheerful butter-yellow flowers are fully double with extra long spurs and golden anthers. Plenty of bright color for borders or containers.

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Aquilegia x cultorum, Danish Dwarf (Red Hobbit)

Aquilegia x cultorum, Danish Dwarf (Red Hobbit)

Common Name: Columbine

12"; Dense mounded plant, topped by large, long spurred flowers, deep-red with bright white bicolor corolla. For container or bedding.

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Aquilegia x hybrida, Crown Jewels Mix

Aquilegia x hybrida, Crown Jewels Mix

Common Name: Columbine

36"; Stunning blend of single, double and pompom clematis flowers that are long spurred and bicolors. Also diverse mixture of green, gold, bronze and silver edged foliage.

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Arabis blepharophylla, Red Sensation

Arabis blepharophylla, Red Sensation

Common Name: Rock Cress

8"; Brilliant crimson flowers, longer lived strain, compact habit.

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Arabis blepharophylla, Spring Charm

Arabis blepharophylla, Spring Charm

Common Name: Rock Cress

6"; Compact habit, carmine flowers.

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Arabis caucasica, Compinkie

Arabis caucasica, Compinkie

Common Name: Rock Cress

5"; Plants form a dense mat of evergreen foliage covered in fragrant pink flowers in spring. Fantastic creeping over rock walls. Common name Rock Cress.

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Arabis caucasica, Little Treasure Series

Arabis caucasica, Little Treasure Series

Common Name: Rock Cress

4" pot, 8" gdn; Spreading habit, continuous flower, showy groundcover with strong branching and uniform timing. Vernalization required. Not for zone 8 or higher. Likes sun or part shade.

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Arabis caucasica, Lotti Series FILMCOAT

Arabis caucasica, Lotti Series FILMCOAT

Common Name: Rock Cress

4"-6" spreading 6"-8"; FYF. Improved for uniformity of compact well branched mounded habit and concentrated earliness, with all plants reaching in-bloom saleable state near the same time. The Deep Rose is non-fading. For pots, combo planters & early …

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Arabis caucasica, Pixie Cream

Arabis caucasica, Pixie Cream

Common Name: Rock Cress

4" spreading 12"; FYF. Spreading mound of light lemony cream with deep sulphur yellow eyes. Velvety gray-green leaves. Starts blooming early spring. Combo containers, perennial edging, flowering groundcover.

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Arabis caucasica, Snow Cap

Arabis caucasica, Snow Cap

Common Name: Rock Cress

5"; Compact cushions. White.

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Arabis caucasica, Snowfix

Arabis caucasica, Snowfix

Common Name: Rock Cress

5"; FYF, no vernalization needed. Forms a mounding cushion of evergreen leaves bearing masses of fragrant, small snow-white flowers. Very uniform in habit and timing.

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Aralia racemosa, American Spikenard

Aralia racemosa, American Spikenard

Common Name: American Spikenard

5-6 ft; White flower umbels followed by dark red berries.

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Arctotis venusta, Grandis CS

Arctotis venusta, Grandis CS

Common Name: Blue Eyed African Daisy

20"; Large white flowers, Blue-Eyed African Daisy.

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Arctotis x hybrida, Harlequin Mix

Arctotis x hybrida, Harlequin Mix

Common Name: African Daisy

14"; Compact, large Gazania type flowers. Mix contains many colors, including bicolors.

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Arenaria montana, Avalanche PRIMED

Arenaria montana, Avalanche PRIMED

Common Name: Mountain Sandwort

8"; Compact & uniform w/ large pure white flowers that tend to spread across canopy instead of in patches.

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Arenaria montana, White Sandwort

Arenaria montana, White Sandwort

Common Name: Mountain Sandwort

6"; Dwarf alpine or rock garden plant. Forms evergreen cushion of deep-green leaves and bears loads of white flowers in spring.

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Armeria maritima Splendens, Sea Pink CS

Armeria maritima Splendens, Sea Pink CS

Common Name: Thrift

8"; Soft rose mounds.

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Armeria maritima, Alba PURE KERNELS

Armeria maritima, Alba PURE KERNELS

Common Name: Thrift

8"; Dwarf pure white.

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Armeria maritima, Morning Star Deep Rose

Armeria maritima, Morning Star Deep Rose

Common Name: Thrift

6"; FYF, no vernalization needed. A breakthrough in "Laucheana splendens" type. Large, intense rose flowers are long lasting. More compact and branching than traditional strains.

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Armeria maritima, Morning Star White

Armeria maritima, Morning Star White

Common Name: Thrift

6"; Compact plant with long lasting, true white flowers and grass-like deep-green foliage. Very versatile plant to use as an accent for rock gardens, borders and in containers. Common name Sea Thrift.

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Armeria pseudarmeria, Ballerina Series

Armeria pseudarmeria, Ballerina Series

Common Name: Thrift

6" pot, 8" gdn, 12" stem ht; FYF. Uniform compact habit. Very early overwintered or grown from winter sowing. No vern needed. Good for planters, borders and pots.

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Artemisia absinthium, Wormwood

Artemisia absinthium, Wormwood

Common Name: Absinth

36"; Fine gray-green foliage, yellow flowers in spires.

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Artemisia annua, Sweet Annie

Artemisia annua, Sweet Annie

Common Name: Sweet Annie

3-6 ft; Finely cut yellowish-green foliage has a sweet fruity fragrance. Aromatic foliage makes a nice floral filler. Tiny chartreuse blooms late summer into fall. Used for wreaths, crafts & potpourri since colonial days, and in Chinese herbal me…

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Artichoke, Carciofo Romanesco

Artichoke, Carciofo Romanesco

Common Name: Artichoke

18" spreading 15"; Streaked bronze-purple foliage. Edible flower streaked purple & bronze.

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Artichoke, Green Globe

Artichoke, Green Globe

Common Name: Artichoke

18" spreading 15"; Traditional artichoke, green leaves, edible and ornamental.

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Arugula, Astro

Arugula, Astro

Common Name: Arugula

Clip at 6", bunch at 12"; Improved slow bolter. Clip at 31 days, bunch at 52 days. Mid-green leaves only slightly lobed lend a fresher, younger leaf look. Vigorous growth but slower bolting. Zesty, nutty flavor. 1" flowers add peppery flavor to …

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Arugula, Rocket

Arugula, Rocket

Common Name: Arugula

20"; Annual, leaves have a pungent nutty cress-like taste.

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Arugula, Slow Bolt

Arugula, Slow Bolt

Common Name: Arugula

16-18"; Outyields other Rockets.

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Arum italicum

Arum italicum

Common Name: Italian Arum

12"; Foliage provides startling contrast, beautiful pure white leaf marbling over deep-green foliage. Orange to red berries in clusters. Gorgeous container plant with visual appeal throughout season.

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Aruncus aethusifolius, Noble Spirit

Aruncus aethusifolius, Noble Spirit

Common Name: Dwarf Goat's Beard

12"; Red stems, fine feathery foliage & white flowers.

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Aruncus dioicus, Goatsbeard

Aruncus dioicus, Goatsbeard

Common Name: Goat's Beard

5 ft; Clusters of white flowers in spring & early summer.

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Asarina purpusii, Victoria Falls

Asarina purpusii, Victoria Falls

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

Vine to 2 ft; Prominent salmon-pink flowers. Flowers most plentiful on pendulous stems if vine is allowed to reach the top of its support and droop back downward.

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Asarina scandens, Formula Mix

Asarina scandens, Formula Mix

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

Vine to 5 ft; Blend of large flowered types. Free flowering and showy. Allow the vine to cascade downward after reaching top of short trellis container.

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Asarina scandens, Joan Loraine

Asarina scandens, Joan Loraine

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

5 ft; Climber, large tubular deep violet-blue flowers.

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Asarina scandens, Mystic Purple

Asarina scandens, Mystic Purple

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

Robust vine, for 3 ft support; Large deep purple flowers most plentiful on pendulous stems if vine is allowed to reach the top of its support and droop back downward.

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Asarina scandens, Mystic Rose

Asarina scandens, Mystic Rose

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

5 ft; Climber, large tubular rose flowers.

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Asarina scandens, Skyblue

Asarina scandens, Skyblue

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

5 ft; Climber, large tubular light-blue flowers.

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Asarina scandens, Snowwhite

Asarina scandens, Snowwhite

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

5 ft; Climber, large tubular pure white flowers.

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Asarina wislizensis, Red Dragon

Asarina wislizensis, Red Dragon

Common Name: Trailing Snapdragon

6 ft; Climber, conspicuous carmine-red flowers.

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Asclepias curassavica, Apollo Orange

Asclepias curassavica, Apollo Orange

Common Name: Bloodflower

28"; Bright scarlet flowers w' yellow corolla.

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Asclepias curassavica, Bloodflower

Asclepias curassavica, Bloodflower

Common Name: Bloodflower

30"; Flat umbels of red corollas & bright orange hoods.

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Asclepias curassavica, Silky Series RUBBED SD

Asclepias curassavica, Silky Series RUBBED SD

Common Name: Bloodflower

28"; Ornamental & multipurpose plant.

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Asclepias incarnata, Cinderella

Asclepias incarnata, Cinderella

Common Name: Swamp Milkweed

40"; Long lasting rose-red flowers w' pinkish centers.

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Asclepias incarnata, Ice Ballet

Asclepias incarnata, Ice Ballet

Common Name: Swamp Milkweed

48"; Pure white, long lasting flowers.

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Asclepias speciosa, Showy Milkweed

Asclepias speciosa, Showy Milkweed

Common Name: Swamp Milkweed

3 ft; Striking star-shaped flowers, bicolor cherry & white, borne in large spherical clusters. Handsome long-oval silver-green leaves. Beautiful specialty cutflower and thrives in drought conditions.

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Asclepias syriaca

Asclepias syriaca

Common Name: Swamp Milkweed

5 ft; Upright stems bear large, dusty rose-purple umbels on strong stems. Long magnolia-shaped pink-veined leaves. Worth testing as specialty cut.

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Asclepias tuberosa ssp. interior

Asclepias tuberosa ssp. interior

Common Name: Butterfly Weed

32"; Very bright orange with dark narrow foliage. Very vigorous. Tolerates wet & heavy soils.

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Asclepias tuberosa, Gay Butterflies

Asclepias tuberosa, Gay Butterflies

Common Name: Butterfly Weed

28"; Mix contains shades of yellow, orange & red.

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Asclepias tuberosa, Hello Yellow

Asclepias tuberosa, Hello Yellow

Common Name: Butterfly Weed

2 ft; Strong bright yellow, a rare form of the popular American species. Choice perennial, blooms first year.

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Asclepias tuberosa, Wild Orange Type

Asclepias tuberosa, Wild Orange Type

Common Name: Butterfly Weed

28"; FYF. Orange shades. Cut or garden.

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Asparagus asparagoides, Smilax

Asparagus asparagoides, Smilax

Common Name: Smilax

2 ft; Often known as smilax or Bridal creeper. Bright-green stems and glossy foliage. Popular for hanging baskets or in floral arrangements and bridal bouquets.

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Asparagus meyeri, Foxtail Fern

Asparagus meyeri, Foxtail Fern

Common Name: Foxtail Fern

2 ft; Many strong plumed fronds, each densely covered w/ clusters of soft light-green needles.

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Asparagus myriocladus

Asparagus myriocladus

Common Name: Asparagus Fern

12" pot, 18" gdn; Ideal basket plant. Gentle cascades of soft dense needles.

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Asparagus plumosus, Nanus

Asparagus plumosus, Nanus

Common Name: Asparagus Fern

18"; Fine lacy foliage.

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Asparagus plumosus, Pyramidalis

Asparagus plumosus, Pyramidalis

Common Name: Asparagus Fern

2-3 ft; Upright columnar fronds, thick leafy growth. For cut decorative material or landscape.

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Asparagus sprengeri

Asparagus sprengeri

Common Name: Asparagus Fern

2 ft; Long graceful sprays, fragrant pink flower. Red berries.

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Asparagus sprengrii, Compacta

Asparagus sprengrii, Compacta

Common Name: Asparagus Fern

18"; Graceful airy sprays, pale pink fragrant flowers, bright coral berries in winter.

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Asphodelus albus

Asphodelus albus

Asphodelus albus

40"; White flowers in generous showy panicles on long wiry stems. Bold red anthers and golden pistils. Brown stripe radiates along center line of each petal. For borders and specialty cutflowers.

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Astelia chathamica

Astelia chathamica

Common Name: Chatham Islands Astelia

1-2 ft 1st summer, reaching 6 ft later; Forms a clump of broad silvery grass-like foliage, light green marked with white edges. Bears conspicuous red berries late in season. Attractive at all stages, useful for container work, can be left to crea…

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Aster alpinus, Beauty Mix

Aster alpinus, Beauty Mix

Common Name: Aster

12"; Blend of blue shades, pink shades and white, well matched for habit and timing.

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Aster alpinus, Dark Beauty

Aster alpinus, Dark Beauty

Common Name: Aster

12"; Extra large deep-blue flowers, much improved over wild type.

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Aster alpinus, Goliath

Aster alpinus, Goliath

Common Name: Aster

12"; Extra large light-blue flowers, much improved over wild type.

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Aster alpinus, Happy End

Aster alpinus, Happy End

Common Name: Aster

12"; Bright pink flowers with yellow center.

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Aster alpinus, Pinkie

Aster alpinus, Pinkie

Common Name: Aster

8-12"; Early blooming and easy to grow. Forms low carpet of bright-green leaves, bearing daisy-shaped, intense pink flowers. Great in containers, perennial beds or as a cutflower.

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Aster alpinus, White

Aster alpinus, White

Common Name: Aster

12"; Pure white in autumn.

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Aster amellus, Rudolph Goethe

Aster amellus, Rudolph Goethe

Common Name: Aster

18"; Flowers at summer's end, pure lavender blue.

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Aster novae angliae, September Ruby

Aster novae angliae, September Ruby

Common Name: Aster

3 ft; Ruby-red flowers cluster at top of stem, good cutflower subject & fine garden perennial. Late summer.

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Aster novae belgii, Mix

Aster novae belgii, Mix

Common Name: Aster

4 ft; Formula mix of blue, pink and white shades. Fall blooming. For perennial borders and specialty cutflower production.

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Aster oblongifolius, Aromatic Aster

Aster oblongifolius, Aromatic Aster

Common Name: Aromatic Aster

1-2 ft; The longest blooming of all the American native Asters. Abundant sizeable soft violet flowers with golden centers on branching stems. From PA ecotype. Small aromatic leaves, excellent pollinator. For casuasl boders and landscape. Worth t…

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Aster tongolensis, Wartburg Star

Aster tongolensis, Wartburg Star

Common Name: Aster

24"; Light-blue.

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Aster, Andrella Duplex Mix

Aster, Andrella Duplex Mix

Common Name: China Aster

24"; Daisy flowers, bright-yellow-eyed centers. Double rows of petals.

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Aster, Benary's Princess Series

Aster, Benary's Princess Series

Common Name: China Aster

28"; Densely quilled florets encircle a lighter center creating a striking contrast. Cutflower.

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Aster, Bonita Series

Aster, Bonita Series

Common Name: China Aster

20" pot, 36" gdn; Premium professional cutflower, also high-value item for containers. Full double 2" pom-poms are 100% colored all over on open petals. Vigorous habit, abundant flowers in sprays, held at just the right angle for max impact. Resi…

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Aster, Bouquet Series

Aster, Bouquet Series

Common Name: China Aster

24"; Medium-sized, fully double powderpuff flowers,with distinct center crest. Upright growing for easy cutting. Mid-season type.

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Aster, Comet Mix

Aster, Comet Mix

Common Name: China Aster

12"; Upright base branching habit good for container & beds. Early to flower. 4" double flowers, flat mum-like petals. Broad color range.

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Aster, Crego Mix

Aster, Crego Mix

Common Name: China Aster

24"; 4" ostrich feather blooms. Wide mix of colors. Cutflower.

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Aster, Daylight Series

Aster, Daylight Series

Common Name: China Aster

30"; Pro quality spray type cutflower, excellent in mixed bouquets. Vigorous plants produce lots of 1" single flrs. The "frosty" ones shift from white to color thru maturity, showing a spectrum of color along stem.

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Aster, Duchesse Series

Aster, Duchesse Series

Common Name: China Aster

28"; Upright, large incurved peony type flowers. Cutflower.

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Aster, Early Ostrich Plume Finest Mix

Aster, Early Ostrich Plume Finest Mix

Common Name: China Aster

28"; Large feathery, fully double flowers w' broad petals. Excellent novelty cutflower.

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Aster, Gala Series

Aster, Gala Series

Common Name: China Aster

32"; Large, 3-4" double flowers with pincushion petals bloom on upright plants on rigid stems. Ideal filler for any cutflower arrangement. Long vase life.

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Aster, Hulk

Aster, Hulk

Common Name: China Aster

2 ft; Intense, green bracts with central bulls-eye formed by concentric circles of white and yellow. High yield of long lasting cuts.

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Aster, King Size Series

Aster, King Size Series

Common Name: China Aster

30-40"; Large fully double flowers. Excellent vigor makes it ideal for greenhouse, field or garden cutflower production.

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Aster, Kurenai Series

Aster, Kurenai Series

Common Name: China Aster

28"; Erect branching spray type for professional cutflower. Mid-size 1-2" flowers, semidouble with bright golden disk. Tough stems, good vase life.

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Aster, Matador Series

Aster, Matador Series

Common Name: China Aster

32"; Large double flowers of the Giant Princess type on strong stems, upright habit. Cutflower.

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Aster, Matsumoto Series

Aster, Matsumoto Series

Common Name: China Aster

30"; Heat & disease resistant, upright flowering habit w' strong & long stems. Mid size flowers distinctly yellow-centered. Cutflower.

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Aster, Milady Series

Aster, Milady Series

Common Name: China Aster

10"; World's leading dwarf bedding Aster. Well branched, free blooming fully double chrysanthemum flowered.

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Aster, Opus

Aster, Opus

Common Name: China Aster

2 ft spreading 16"; Unique cutflower. Very decorative petals are white at base with pink and lilac tips. Bloom form is peony-like, with pronounced incurved and fluted petals. Strong stems. Good item for specialty cuts.

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Aster, Pot 'n Patio Series

Aster, Pot 'n Patio Series

Common Name: China Aster

6"; Dwarf plants with double blooms that flower just 90 days from sowing during short days of winter & early spring without additional lighting. Perform well in containers.

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Aster, Reihou

Aster, Reihou

Common Name: China Aster

30"; Luminous deep purple flower with intense golden centers. Kurnai type, branching low on the plant with erect sprays forming a whole plant bouquet. Mid-size 2" double flowers with numerous petal rows and bright golden center. Tough stems, go…

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Aster, Seastar Series

Aster, Seastar Series

Common Name: China Aster

30"; Tiger paw flower type, strongly incurved petals. Cutflower.

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Aster, Serenade Series

Aster, Serenade Series

Common Name: China Aster

30"; Early w' small semidouble flowers. Spray type habit makes full bouquets. Excellent for professional cutflower production.

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Aster, Siedajadama Series

Aster, Siedajadama Series

Common Name: China Aster

28"; Tall Callistephus with strong upright stems for cutting and borders. Incurved peony-form flowers are very large and double, all marked with bicolor stripes. Flowering mid to late summer. Specialty fieldgrown cutflower, borders.

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Aster, Standy Series

Aster, Standy Series

Common Name: China Aster

30"; Cushion flower 3-4" w/ highly double center of tubular petals surrounded by ray petals, upright habit. High tolerance to fusarium and verticillium wilts. Excellent cutflower.

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Aster, Starlight Series

Aster, Starlight Series

Common Name: China Aster

10"; Compact spreading habit, quilled double petals, nice for low bedding, spring baskets, planters. Early.

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Astilbe arendsii, Bunter Zauber

Astilbe arendsii, Bunter Zauber

Common Name: Astilbe

28"; Mix of many colors

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Astilbe arendsii, Showstar

Astilbe arendsii, Showstar

Common Name: Astilbe

15"; Dense upright plumes, mix of cream, white, pink and red. Compact plants are perfect for pot production.

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Astilbe chinensis, Pumila

Astilbe chinensis, Pumila

Common Name: Dwarf Chinese Astilbe

10"; Rosy-lilac, short spires, low growing for groundcover & compact for pots.

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Astilbe chinensis, Taquetii

Astilbe chinensis, Taquetii

Common Name: Dwarf Chinese Astilbe

3 ft; Lilac spires, less dependent on constant moisture than most of the genus.

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Astilbe, Astary Series PEL

Astilbe, Astary Series PEL

Common Name: Astilbe

10"; FYF no vernalization needed. FastraX for faster germination. Naturally compact with very predictable flowering, allowing for economical bench runs. Broad color range of elegant airy plumes. Ideal for 6" pot, planter or garden.

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Atriplex hortensis, Plume Series

Atriplex hortensis, Plume Series

Common Name: Garden Orache

6 ft; Easy production of fieldgrown specialty cutflower. Bold plumes. Accent plant or cutting.

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Aubrieta, Audrey Series

Aubrieta, Audrey Series

Common Name: Rock Cress

6-8"; First F1 Aubrieta. One of earliest blooming perennials. Very winter hardy. Long blooming period for great shelf life & garden performance. Vern required.

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Aubrieta, Cascade Series

Aubrieta, Cascade Series

Common Name: Rock Cress

8" mound trailing 12" over basket; Extra large flowers, trailing habit.

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Aubrieta, Pixie Pearls

Aubrieta, Pixie Pearls

Common Name: Rock Cress

4"; Brightest white, large flowers over healthy green foliage. Spreading habit. For borders & containers.

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Aubrieta, Royal Series

Aubrieta, Royal Series

Common Name: Rock Cress

4"; Large flowers.

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Aubrieta, Whitewell Gem

Aubrieta, Whitewell Gem

Common Name: Rock Cress

6"; Glowing purple Rock Cress.

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