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2015 Perennial List
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Height Flowers in
Nicole Jonas
2013 130th St
Boone, IA 50036
515-432-5966
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Flower Color
Unique Feature
Exposure
Price
Blue
Light-bright pink
Ivory
Mango yellow-apricot
White with pink veins
Wide range of colors
Lavender
White
Purple
Light lavender
Pale lavender
White
Pale lavender
Light lavender
Lavender
Lavender
Lavender
Light lavender
White
Lavender
Yellow
Yellow
Mature leaves are solid silver
Flowers retain color up to 12 weeks
Comapact evergreen foliage, burgundy buds
Floriferous, attractive foliage all season
Vigorous and floriferous
Need to purchase multiples to get best mix
Huge dk green leaves w/ yellow margins
Very puckered gold w/green edge leaves
Green with cream margins- miniature hosta
Giant upright mound of blue-green leaves
Heart shape, blue-green w/cream margin
Thick, puckered creamy yellow w/ blue margin
Apple green leaves with dark green margin
Heart shaped, golden yellow w/ dk green
Wavy, frosty-blue w/ ivory margin, vase shaped
Dk green w/cream center speckled green
Thick leaf w/ blue margins, chartreuse center
Crisp white centers w/ dk green margin
Vigorous grower w/ wavy blue leaves
Variegated groundcover
Green/Silver leaves, groundcover
Requires adequate moisture
Shade
Part-Fall Shade
Part-Fall Shade
Part-Fall Shade
Part-Fall Shade
Part-Fall Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
Shade
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Shade- Including Part-Full Shade
Brunnera, Looking Glass
Helleborus, Ballerina Ruffles
Helleborus, Ivory Prince
Helleborus, Mango Magic
Helleborus, Pink Fizz
Helleborus, Winter Thriller
Hosta montana 'Aureomarginata'
Hosta, Brother Stephan
Hosta, Cameo
Hosta, Devil's Advocate
Hosta, Earth Angel
Hosta, Great Expectations
Hosta, Guacamole
Hosta, Old Glory
Hosta, Regal Splendor
Hosta, Revolution
Hosta, Touch of Class
Hosta, Vulcan
Hosta, Yankee Blue
Lamium, Ghost
Lamium, Herman's Pride
Ligularia, Bottle Rocket
12-15"
18-22"
12-18"
18-22"
18-22"
18-22"
27"
20"
6"
36"
30"
20"
22"
14"
36"
18"
16"
22"
20"
6-12"
12"
28-34"
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Early Spring
Early Spring
Early Spring
Early Spring
Early Spring
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Spring
Summer
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10.00
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12.00
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Pulmonaria, EB Anderson
Pulmonaria, Majeste
Pulmonaria, Raspberry Splash
Shooting Star, Pink
Shooting Star, White
Solomon's Seal, Variegated
Virginia Bluebells
8-10"
8-12"
10-12"
15-18"
10-14"
18-24"
18"
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Blue
Pink-Blue Pink
Pink-Lilac Purple
Purple-pink
White
White
Blue
Unique speckled foliage is prickly
Great choice to lighten a dark spot
Most floriferous lungwort, disease resistant
Native Woodland
Native Woodland
Arching stems, variegated foliage, fall yellow
Nodding flowers, woodland native
Part-Full Shade
Part-Full Shade
Part-Full Shade
Part-Full Shade
Part-Fall Shade
Part-Full Shade
Part-Full Shade
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10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
10.00
8.00
Part Shade- Including Part Sun-Shade
Astilbe, Pumila
10"
Late Summer
Lilac pink
Groundcover with stiff fuzzy blooms (late)
Part Shade
$ 10.00
Bleeding Heart, Gold Heart OF
Bleeding Heart, Old Fashioned
Bleeding Heart, Old Fashioned Alba
Bleeding Heart, Valentine OF
Cimicifuga, Chocoholic
Coral Bell, Bella Notte
Coral Bell, Berry Smoothie
Coral Bell, Brazen Raisin
Coral Bell, Brownies
Coral Bell, Caramel
Coral Bell, Frosted Violet
Coral Bell, Obsidian
Coral Bell, Palace Purple
Coral Bell, Paris
Fern Leaf BH, Burning Hearts
Fern Leaf BH, King of Hearts
Goatsbeard, Misty Lace
Heucherella, Gold Zebra
Heucherella, Sweet Tea
Monkshood
Mukdenia, Karasuba
18-24"
30-36"
30"
30"
4-5'
13"
18"
8-10"
12"+
12"+
12"
10"
12"+
10-14"
10-12"
8-10"
2-3'
10"
20"
18-24"
8-12"
Late Spring
Late Spring
Late Spring
Late Spring
Summer-Fall
Spring-Summer
Early Summer
Summer
Spring
Spring
Spring
Late Spring-Sum
Spring
Spring
Late Spr-Fall
Late Spr-Fall
Early Sum-Sum
Late Spring
Spring
Sept-Oct
Spring
Pink & white
Pink & white
White
Red w/ White
Pink-white
Pink
Pink
Hot pink
White
Cream
Violet
Cream
White
Deep Rose Pink
Rose red
Rose pink
White
White
White
Deep Purple
White
Classic bleeding heart with yellow foliage
Dormant in Summer- Heart Shaped flowers
Dormant in Summer- Heart Shaped flowers
Dormant in Summer- Heart Shaped flowers
Distinctive specimen, best color In part sun
Very floriferous
Lightly silvered purple foliage, long bloomer
Nearly matte black foliage
Great dark foliage
Unique peach/orange foliage
Violet foliage with silver between the veins
Deep purple leaves have glossy luster
A classic for part shade
Green and silver foliage, Long bloomer
Does not go summer dormant w/ moisture
Lacy, soft blue green foliage
Has good heat/humidity tolerance
Golden yellow leaves with red centers
Apricot foilage changes to copper, russet
The latest flower to bloom in the fall
Grow for the orange/red fall foliage
Part Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
Part Shade
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Part Sun-Shade
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Sun-Shade- These can tolerate some sun, but like some dappled shade
Ajuga, Chocolate Chip
2-4"
Spring
Blue
Great in mass, not as invasive as others
Anemone, Queen Charlotte
2-3'
Late sum-fall
Light pink
A great addition to the fall landscape
Part Sun-Shade
$ 10.00
Anemone, Robustissima
Hypericum calycinum
Lady's Mantle (Thriller)
Lily of the Valley
Trollius, Golden Queen
Turtlehead. Hot Lips
36"
15-18"
18"
6-8"
24-36"
10-12"
Aug-Fall
Summer
Spring
Spring
Spr-Sum
Summer
Pink
Yellow
Chartreuse
White
Golden Orange
Pink
Beautiful addition for late summer/ fall
Easy to grow, semi-evergreen foliage
Unique leaves that hold water droplets
Ground cover for dry shade, fragrant flowers
2-3" wide flowers stand above foliage
Turtlehead shaped flowers, dk green foliage
Part Sun-Shade
Sun-Part Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
Part Sun-Shade
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Native for moist-wet sites
Bush form, not climbing- keep moist, mulched
Reblooms if deadheaded
Striking flowers
Tubular blue flowers for hummingbirds
Great fall color
Outstanding fall colors of oranges and reds
Compact spreading mound with fall color
Long bloomer with red fall color
Drought tolerant and easy to grow
Mound forming groundcover
Awesome gold fall color
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Sun-Part Sun
Part-Full Sun
Sun-Part Shade
Sun- Part Sun
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Bees and butterflies love this one
Gray-green fragrant foliage
Does not reseed like the native
Good addition to prairie garden
Nice mounding perennial
Rock garden plant
Rock garden plant
Front of the border summer color
Gray-green mat of foliage
Great mildew resistance, compact plant
Must plant with good air flow
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Part Sun
Cardinal Flower
36"
July-Sept
Red
Clematis i. rugoshi
3'
Spr-Sum
Deep Violet Blue
Columbine, Denver Gold
30"
Late Spring
Golden Yellow
Columbine, Swan Violet & White
24"
Late Spring
White w/ violet blue
Gentian, True Blue
24-30" Mid Sum-Fall
True Blue
Geranium, Biokovo ***
12"
Summer
Light Pink-White
Geranium, Karmina
9"
Spring
Intense Pink
Geranium, New Hampshire Purple
12-18" Spr-Sum
Magenta purple
Primrose, Yella Fella
16"
Summer
Yellow
Stachys hummelo
18-20" Summer
Rose Purple
Veronica, Waterperry Blue
12"
Late Spring
Blue-violet
Willow Amsonia (hubrichtii)
36"
Spring
Pale Blue
***Perennial Plant Association Perennial Plant of the Year for 2015
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Agastache, Blue Fortune
Agastache, Tango
Allium, Millenium
Aster, Professor Anton Kippenburg
Aster, Woods Purple
Baby's Breath, Creeping Pink
Baby's Breath, Creeping White
Balloon Flower, Sentimental Blue
Basket of Gold
Bee Balm, Grand Parade
Bee Balm, Jacob Cline
36"
14"
15-20"
15"
8-12"
6"
6"
6-8"
10"
12-16"
2-3'
Summer
Sum-Fall
July-August
Fall
Late Summer
Summer
Summer
Mid Summer
Early Spring
Summer
Mid Sum-Fall
Lavender
Orange
Pink-Purple
Lavender
Purple
Pink
White
Blue
Golden Yellow
Lavender/Purple
Red
Campanula poscharskyana
Candytuft, Snowflake
Caradonna Salvia, Caradonaa
Catmint, Cat's Meow
Catmint, Walker's Low
Coneflower, Daydream
Coneflower, Gray Headed
Coneflower, Harvest Moon
Coneflower, Meteor Red
Coneflower, Pow Wow White
Coneflower, Pow Wow Wild Berry
Coneflower, Ruby Giant
Coneflower, Solar Flare
Coneflower, Sundown
Coneflower, Tangerine Dream
Coreopsis, Zagreb
Daylily, Bama Bound
Daylily, Buttered Popcorn
Daylily, Jazz King
Daylily, Pink Abundance
Daylily, Strutters Ball
Dianthus, Pomegranate Kiss
Eryngium 'Blue Hobbit'
Euphorbia polychroma
Euphorbia, Bonfire
False Indigo
False Indigo, Cherries Jubilee
False Indigo, Dutch Chocolate
False Indigo, Purple Smoke
False Indigo, Solar Flare
False Indigo, Twilite Prairieblues
False Sunflower, Sunburst
Gas Plant, Pink
Geum, Banana Daiquiri
6"
8-10"
24-36"
17-20"
2'
26"
4-5'
24-30"
22"
18-24"
18-24"
36"
24-36"
32"
23"
15"
24"
32"
30"
26"
28"
6"
24"
16"
10"
36-48"
2.5-3'
30-36"
4.5'
36-48"
42-60"
30-36"
30"
14-16"
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Spring
Early Summer
Early Sum-Fall
Summer-Fall
Summer
July-Sept
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
July
July
July
July
June
Late Spring
Summer
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Spring
Summer
Summer
Spr-Early Sum
Lavender Blue
White
Dark purple
Sky blue
Lavender
Yellow
Dropping Yellow petals
Golden Yellow
Double Red
White
Deep Purple/Pink
Ruby Pink
Magenta Red
Orange
Orange
Golden Yellow
Red w/ Green throat
Butter Yellow
Gold w/ red eye
Rose Pink
Best purple DL
Dark Pink w/ Rose Pink
Blue
Yellow
Chartreuse
Indigo Blue
Copper w/ Yellow
Chocolate purple
Smoky violet
Yellow
Violet Purple
Golden Yellow
Pink
Yellow
Rock garden plant
Semi evergreen foliage, great groundcover
Starkly upright with purple stems
Naturally keeps its tidy mound all season
Can be cut back all the way to tidy up
Fragrant
US Native
Bright orange cone
Unique double flowers
Golden yellow cones
Flowers hold their color well as they mature
5" across blooms
5-6" strongly fragrant blossoms
Most reliable orange coneflower
Honey scented flowers will not fade quickly
Compact plant of ferny foliage- long bloomer
Fragrant Flowers
Fragrant Flowers
Ruffled edge, high bud count
Yellow watermarks, ruffled edge
Lemon-green throat w/ dark stamens
Fragrant double flowers with serrated edges
Unique spikey flowers and foliage
Unique low mounding perennial
Grow this one for the foliage
Slow to establish, unique black pods
Flowers age to gold
Dense, compact sub-shrub
Strongly upright, good seed pod producer
Slow to establish, unique black pods
Shrub-like perennial
White and green variegated foliage
Dark foliage- SLOW to establish
Flowers held above textured mounding foliage
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Geum, Totally Tangerine
Geum. Prairie Smoke
Giant Fleece Flower
Helenium, Mardi Gras
Helenium, Red Jewel
Helenium, Ruby Tuesday
Hen-n-chick, Red Beauty
Hen-n-chick, Red Heart
Hen-n-chick, Ruby Heart
Hen-n-chick, Silver King
Hibiscus, Berrylicious
Hibiscus, Cherry Cheesecake
Hibiscus, Cranberry Crush
Hibiscus, Sultry Kiss
Hibiscus, Summer Storm
Hibsicus, Midnight Marvel
Iris spuria
Iris, Batik Bearded
Iris, Candy Apple Miniature
Iris, Champagne Elegance Bearded
Iris, Circus Dragon Miniature
Iris, Contrast in Styles Siberian
Iris, Firebreather Bearded
Iris, Fission Chips Miniature
Iris, Fortunate Son Bearded
Iris, Harvest of Memories Bearded
Iris, Immortality Bearded
Iris, Speeding Again Bearded
Iris, Strawberry Fair Siberian
Iris, Superstition Bearded
Iris, Swingtown Bearded
Iris, Variegated Pallida
Iris, Violet Turner Bearded
Iris, War Chief Bearded
30"
12-15"
72"
36-40"
30-36"
24-32"
3-4"
4-6"
3-4"
2-4"
4.5-5'
4-5"
3-4'
4-5'
48"
4-5'
38"
26"
12"
34"
14"
28-34"
38"
7"
37"
38"
29"
38"
29"
34"
36"
2-3'
30"
38"
Spr-Early Sum
Spring
Summer
Summer-Fall
Summer-Fall
Summer-Fall
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
July-Early Fall
July-Early Fall
July-Early Fall
July-Early Fall
Sum-Fall
July-Early Fall
Early June
Late May
Early Spring
May-June
Early Spring
Spr-Sum
June
Early Spring
May
May
May & Fall
May
Early Summer
May
Early June
May
May
May-June
Tangerine Orange
Pink
White
Yellow-Orange-Red
Red-Orange
Red with dark centers
Pinkish purple
Pinkish purple
Pinkish purple
Pinkish purple
Mauve/Lavender
White w/ magenta tips
Deep Scarlet Red
Fuchsia red
Pink w/ Magenta eye
Scarlet red
Violet
Purple w/white streaks
Magenta Red
White w/ apricot falls
Canary Yellow
Purple, white & Yellow
Bright Orange
Bright Orange
Burgundy
Yellow
White
Dark Blue/Violet
Lavender Pink
Near Black
Bright Purple
Lavender (fragrant)
Violet w/ dark purple falls
Red
Deep green fuzzy foliage makes neat mound
Nodding flowers & feathery seedheads, native
Large perennial with large clusters of flowers
Great August blooms, drought tolerant
Late season bloomer, good cutting flower
Best when cut in half mid-season
Grey green rosettes with red tips
Blue-green leaves with maroon centers
Blue green rosettes with red bases
Silver-green petals w/ blush of red at the base
Strawberry red eye, late to emerge
7-8" flowers, well branched w/ dark foliage
Short, compact plant, late to emerge
9-11" blooms on an upright shrub
Wine Purple Foliage, late to emerge
Dark wine purple foliage, late to emerge
Uniquely large iris blooms and spikey foliage
Stately habit with large unique flowers
Great for the front perennial border
Beautiful two colored bearded iris
Red beards
All three colors contrasting with flaring falls
Contrasts well with dark purple flowers
Mix with Candy Apple for great contrast
Ruffled blossoms have a metallic shimmer
Slight sweet fragrance
The most reliable rebloomer
White speck on falls with white beard
Heavily ruffled with many colors throughout
One of the darkest Iris in the trade
Ruffled flower, fragrant, the best purple iris
Green/Yellow variegated foliage
Bi-color flower with orange beard
Flowers held above foliage, log bloomer
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Ironweed
Italian Bugloss
Joe Pye Weed, Chocolate
Joe Pye Weed, Gateway
Lavender, Munstead
Lead Plant
Liatris, Kobold
Lily, Crimson Pixie Asiatic
Lily, Elgrado Asiatic
Lily, Lollypop Asiatic
Lily, Matrix Golden Asiatic
Lily, Matrix Orange Asiatic
Lily, Matrix Red 'Buzzer' Asiatic
Lily, Mount Duckling Asiatic
Milkweed, Butterfly
Milkweed, Butterfly 'Hello Yellow'
Pasque Flower, Purple
Pasque Flower, Red
Penstemon, Dark Towers
Penstemon, Husker Red
Penstemon, Prairie Dusk
Peony, Fern Leaf
Phlox, Flame Series Pink Garden
Phlox, Laura Garden
Phlox, Pixie Twinkle Garden
Plume Poppy
Queen of the Prairie
Rattlesnake Master
Rudbeckia, Great Coneflower
Rudbeckia, Henry Eilers
Rudbeckia, Little Henry
Salvia, East Friesland
Scutellaria, 'Smoky Hills'
Sea Lavender
20-24"
36-48"
48"
72"
18"
24-36"
18-30"
14"
18"
28"
16"
16"
16"
18"
24"
2-3'
6-8"
12"
36-42"
3'
24-30"
15-20"
15-18"
24-30"
15-20"
6-8'
4-6'
48"
5-7'
4'
36"
16-18"
12"
30"
Late Summer
June
Fall
Sum-Fall
Summer
June-July
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
June-August
Spring
Spring
Summer
Spring
Summer
Early Spring
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer
Summer-Fall
Sum-Fall
July-Sept
Late Sum-Fall
Late Sum-Fall
Spr-Sum
May-July
Sum-Fall
Purple
Blue
White
Mauve Pink
Lavender
Gray Blue
Rosy Lavender
Pure Red
Cranberry
White with Raspberry tips
Golden Yellow
Orange
Orange-Red
Pink
Orange
Bright Yellow
Purple
Red
Lavender Pink
White
Rose Purple
Double Red
Fuchsia pink
Fuchsia purple w/ white
Pink w/dk pink eye
Cream-pink
Fluffy Pink Plumes
White
Yellow
Quilled Yellow petals
Quilled Yellow petals
Purple
Purple w/white patch
Lavender
Native, soft texture, needle-like leaves
Good for cutting, durable plant
Deep burgundy foliage
Purple stems, great for back of border
Hardiest for our area, evergreen
Midwest Native, member of pea family
Derived from US native
Short variety, no staking required
Compact plant with sturdy stems
Asiatic lilies come back year after year
Asiatic lilies come back year after year
Asiatic lilies come back year after year
High bud count, no staking required
High bud count, no staking required
Prefers well drained, sandy soil, Native
Yellow form of Butterfly Milkweed
One of the first plants to bloom in spring
Foliage is ferny and seedheads are fuzzy
Deep wine purple foliage all summer
Burgundy foliage with sturdy stems
Drought tolerant and easy to grow
Delicate fern-like foliage
Good disease resistance, compact plant
Very good mildew resistance and fragrant
Compact plant with long bloom time
Vigorous plant for screening
Derived from US Native
Unique native with globular flowers
US Native, basal foliage, tall flowers
Upright with unique flower
Shorter than the Henry Eilers variety
Long flowering, easy to grow
Mounded shape with fuzzy leaves
Great filler for cut bouquets
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Sedum stefco
Sedum, Angelina
Sedum, Autumn Charm
Sedum, Coral Carpet
Sedum, Dazzleberry
Sedum, Firecracker
Sedum, Harvest Moon
Sedum, Kamtschaticum
Sedum, Lime Zinger
Sedum, Maestro
Sedum, Matrona
Sedum, Voodoo
Sedum, Weihenstephaner Gold
Shasta Daisy, Becky
Soapwort
Solidago, Fireworks
Veronica, Purpleicious
Veronica, Very Van Gough
Yarrow, Coronation Gold
Yarrow, Saucy Seduction
Yarrow, Strawberry Seduction
1-3"
3-5"
14-18"
3-6"
6-8"
6"
4-8"
4-6"
4-6"
24-30"
24"
6"
3-5"
36"
10"
36-48"
18-24"
18-20"
36-42"
27"
27"
Late Summer
Summer
Fall
Summer
Late Sum-Fall
Late Sum-Fall
Aug-Sept
Early Summer
August-Fall
Late Summer
Fall
Summer
Summer
June-July
Spring
Fall
June-Sept
June-Sept
Summer
Spr-Summer
Spr-Late Sum
White
Yellow
Light Pink
White/ pale pink
Raspberry pink
Vibrant pink
Yellow
Golden Yellow
Soft Pink
Mauve pink
Dusty Pink
Rose
Yellow w/red
White with Gold center
Pink
Yellow
Purple
Radiant Orchid
Golden Yellow
Rosy-Pink w/ Yellow centers
Red
Teeny, shiny jellybean-like foliage
Golden foliage turns red/orange in fall
Green leaves have yellow, serrated edges
Small rounded foliage changes colors
Larger flowers than typical groundcover types
Burgundy red foliage all season
Tight rosettes of gray-green leaves
Rock garden groundcover, disected foliage
Apple green leaves edged in cherry red
Improvement over Matrona, darker foliage
Leave the flower heads up for winter interest
Red leaves held on red stems
Tight mats of serrated rosettes
Dark glossy foliage- won't reseed
Good for groundcover and rock gardens
Unique flower looks like fireworks!
Long sturdy stems, for cutting
Well branched for extended bloom time
Great winter interest, don't cut back
Sturdy, upright habit, long bloomer
Flowers mature to buff yellow
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Late Summer
Late Summer
Purple w/Red-Orange pollen
Tan
Foliage is red-smoky purple in mid-summer
Fiery Red foliage when weather turns cooler
Sun
Sun
$ 12.00
$ 12.00
Summer
Tan
Large variegated white band in blades
Part Sun
$ 10.00
Fall
Ornamental Grasses
Big Bluestem, Indian Warrior
Big Bluestem, Red October
5-6'
5-6'
Feather Reed Grass, Avalanche
Feather Reed Grass, Fall Blooming
42"
Tan
Rosy colord seedheads last through winter
Sun
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Feather Reed Grass, Karl Foerster
48-60" Sum-Fall
Tan/Wheat
Early to set seedheads
Full Sun
$
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Feather Reed Grass, Overdam
Frost Grass
Hakonechloa 'Aureola'
Indian Grass
Indian Grass, Indian Steel
Little Bluestem, Blaze
5'
3'
1-2'
32-42"
32-42"
36"
Tan
Purple spikelets
Variegated striped blades
Reddish purple fall color, plumes are airy
Yellow w/ green variegated, cascading clump
Native Grass
Steel Blue foliage. Strong upright grower
Russet Red fall color
Part Sun
Sun
Part Shade
Sun
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Summer
Late Summer
Late summer
Early Fall
Fall
Fall
Brown to tan
Seeds are bright Yellow
Blue, Purple, Pink
Little Bluestem, Blue Heaven
Little Bluestem, Prairie Munchkin
Little Bluestem, Smoke Signal
Miscanthus, Flame Grass
Miscanthus, Huron Sunrise
Miscanthus, Little Zebra
Miscanthus, Nippon
Moor Grass, Autumn
Moor Grass, Skyracer
Praire Dropseed
Prairie Dropseed, 'Tara'
Switchgrass, Cheyenne Sky
Switchgrass, Northwind
Switchgrass, Shenandoah
42-54"
28-32"
3-4'
4-5'
5'
3-4'
48-60"
12-15"
24-30"
24"
18-24"
3'
5-6'
4'
Late Summer
Fall
Early Fall
Late Summer
Early Fall
Late Summer
Sum-Fall
Late Summer
Late Summer
Fall
Fall
Late Summer
Late Summer
Late Summer
Purple panicles
Steel blue to honey wheat
Red Purple
Silky White panicles
Tan plumes
Red/Purple plumes
Deep Wine/Tan
Unique white flowers
Brown to tan
Tan
Tan
Purple airy seedheads
Green airy seedheads
Burgundy
6-9'
6-9'
10-12'
8-12'
7-10'
8-10'
8-12'
15-20'
8-10'
Summer
Dark Red
May,Jun, Aug
Rosy Pink
Late Spr-Sum
Mauve pink
June-Sept
Lilac-Rose
May-Jun-Aug-Sept
White, double & single
Late Sum-Fall
Rich Purple
July-Sept
Velvety Crimson Red
Fall
White in clusters
Summer-Fall
Violet Purple w/ Red
Upright steel blue foliage with great fall color
Unique variety of a native
Maintains upright habit through fall
Red and orange fall color
Most profusely blooming Miscanthus
Green blades with horizontal yellow bands
Quick to make nice clump
Semi-evergreen, front of the border
Low foliage with seedheads shooting higher
Arching seedheads above airy foliage, native
Upright seedheads from airy foliage
Blue-green foliage turns wine red in summer
Very vertical vase shaped habit
Tips of blades turn burgundy in July
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Vigorous, but compact- Type 3
Delightfully scented- Type 2
Flat flowers with feathered edges- Type 2
Nodding, bell shaped flowers- Type 3
4-5" first round double, then single- Type 2
Trouble free- Type 3
Excellent variety- Type 3
Vigorous grower- Type 3
Very long blooming-Type 2
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Clematis
Allanah
Asao
Bee's Jubilee
Betty Corning
Isago
Lady Betty Balfour
Rouge Cardinal
Sweet Autumn
Wildfire
Clematis prefer full sun, but need to have their roots shaded. Achieve this by planting a low growing perennial at the base of the plant. It is always best to mulch
with compost or organic mulch rather than rock. Keep your Clematis well watered, do not allow it to dry out. Clematis have specific pruning types, listed above.
Type 2- All first flowering comes from the previous seasons growth. In spring when you see buds begin to swell, cut off all dead material above live buds.
Type 3- These bloom on all new growth. Prune back to 12-18" in early spring before growth appears.
For best results we recommend:
*Check your plants daily for water while they are still in their pots and for the first two weeks after planting.
*If soil is moist, wait a day and check again.
*If soil is dry, water till moist and check again the next day.
*A thin layer of wood mulch will help with water retention. Just be careful to not smoother the plant with it.
*Most perennials once established do not require fertilization, but Miracle-Gro plant food can be used according to the directions on the box.
*If you have a question about caring for a plant, we are available anytime via our e-mail address: [email protected]
Perennial Vines
Honeysuckle, Mandarin
20'
Late Spring-Sum Bright orange w/yellow
Hummingbird magnet, woody vine
Sun
4-5'
3-5'
3-4'
6-8'
3-5'
6-8'
6-8'
8-10'
8'
5-6'
3-4'
5-6'
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May
Spring
July-Fall
July-Fall
July-Fall
June- Fall
May
May
Spring
Spring
Spring
Yellow flowers and red fruit
Red/orange fall color and black fruit
Red twiggs and better foliage than species
Very floriferous and good vigor
Smaller version of Limelight
14" blooms on sturdy stems
Blooms much earlier than other hydrangeas
Each flower has a white edge
Deepest Purple of the Lilacs
Foliage takes on amazing colors all season
Deep maroon foliage on a smaller shrub
Deep maroon foliage is striking
Sun
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Sun to Shade
Sun to Shade
Sun to Shade
Sun to Shade
Sun
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Sun
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Shrubs
Barberry, Emerald Carousel
Black Chokeberry, Autumn Magic
Dogwood, First Editions 'Firedance'
Hydrangea, Limelight
Hydrangea, Little Lime
Hydrangea, Pinky Winky
Hydrangea, Quick Fire
Lilac, Sensation
Lilac, Yankee Doodle
Ninebark, Amber Jubilee
Ninebark, Little Devil
Ninebark, Summer Wine
Yellow
White
White
Lime Green to White
Lime Green to White
White turning Pink
White turning Pink
Purple with white edges
Dark Purple
White
White
White
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