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Abelia mosanensis Sweet Emotion®

Abelia mosanensis Sweet Emotion®

Sweet Emotion® Abelia

Sweet Emotion® Abelia is just the shrub to kickstart your heart - and your landscape. It's the hardiest abelia yet, growing where no abelia could grow before: in chilly USDA zone 4. It's also the most fragrant of any abelia, with white ...

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Acer rubrum 'Bowhall'

Acer rubrum 'Bowhall'

Bowhall Red Maple

A superb deciduous ornamental shade tree commonly used in parks or along sidewalks due to its narrow habit. Red buds start popping during April and May. 3” long leaves are dark green with a grayish underside flood the tree during the summer,...

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Aesculus glabra

Aesculus glabra

Ohio Buckeye

The Ohio Buckeye low-branched deciduous tree with a broad, oval crown. In the summer, leaves possess a dark green color and mature to a lovely yellow in the fall. Greenish-yellow flowers will bloom from April through May which is then followed by ...

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Allium 'Mount Everest'

Allium 'Mount Everest'

Mount Everest Flowering Onion

Mount Everest is a late spring bloomer that looks spectacular when placed against a dark background. A towering variety of ornamental onions with snow white, baseball sized globes that sit atop slender and sturdy green stalks.  

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Amelanchier canadensis Spring Glory®

Amelanchier canadensis Spring Glory®

Spring Glory Serviceberry

Everything you have come to love about serviceberries, but in a much smaller package. Its compact habit lends itself to more applications in the landscape, meaning the fabulous spring flower show and shiny fruit can be enjoyed just about anywhere!...

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Amsonia tabernaemontana

Amsonia tabernaemontana

Bluestar

A textural masterpiece, this selection features willow-like foliage lining stiff, mound forming stems that end with light blue, star-like flowers that bloom in late May. Perfect for moist, shadier spots, Bluestar attracts pollinators and lights up...

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Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Ice'

Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Blue Ice'

Blue Ice Star Flower

Narrow, deep green, willow-like foliage gives rise to showy, pyramidal clusters of deep, lavender-blue flowers in late May through June. It's hard not to fall in love with this plant when it's in bloom but you'll find that you might appreciate its ti...

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Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Starstruck'

Amsonia tabernaemontana 'Starstruck'

Starstruck Blue Star

Watch in spring as incredibly dark stems emerge from the ground. Olive green leaves have lighter veins. Star-shaped, periwinkle blue flowers appear atop compact, shrub-like habit. It is a great choice for gardeners looking for low maintenance, hea...

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Amsonia tabernaemontana Storm Cloud

Amsonia tabernaemontana Storm Cloud

Storm Cloud Bluestar

I'm more LOW MAINTENANCE than your OTHER relationships.
Watch in spring as incredibly dark stems emerge from the ground. Olive green leaves have silver veins. Star-shaped, periwinkle blue flowers appear atop of the wide, mounding, shrub-like ...

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Anthyrium niponicum 'Crested Surf'

Anthyrium niponicum 'Crested Surf'

Crested Japanese Painted Fern

Perfect foliage plant for shade! Looks similar to traditional Japanese Painted Fern, but the tips of fronds are double-crested. Plant in the middle of the border!

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Aquilegia Biedermeir

Aquilegia Biedermeir

Biedermeir Columbine

Low growing, compact perennial grown for its upright blue, pink and white flowers. Ideal for borders or woodland gardens. Good cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds.

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Aquilegia Winky Winky Early Sky Blue

Aquilegia Winky Winky Early Sky Blue

Early Sky Blue Columbine

Ferny, blue green lobed foliage forms a tight mound in spring. Countless buds cover the plant and open in May to reveal sky blue, upward facing flowers with continuous bloom into June. Perfect for use in mixed spring containers or grouped toward t...

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Aquilegia Winky Pink

Aquilegia Winky Pink

Winky Pink Columbine

Just in time for Mother's Day, Wink Pink Columbine flowers spring through early summer, with a showy display of soft pink upright facing flowers.  Winky varieties are the most floriferous Aquilegia in the garden center and are mildew tolerant...

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Aquilegia can. Little Lanterns

Aquilegia can. Little Lanterns

Little Lanterns Wild Columbine

This power packed little gem looks too small to produce the abundance of flowers it does from April to June but seeing is believing as wave after wave of brilliant red backed, yellow corolla flowers cover this plant for weeks on end. These flowers ha...

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Aquilegia x Earlybird™ Purple Blue

Aquilegia x Earlybird™ Purple Blue

Earlybird™ Purple Blue Columbine

A petite and adorable addition to add to your landscape, woodland gardens, or containers that blooms from early spring through the summer. Large blue and purple flowers that when cut can last up to 2 weeks!

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Aquilegia x Earlybird™ White

Aquilegia x Earlybird™ White

Earlybird™ White Columbine

A petite and adorable addition to add to your landscape, woodland gardens, or containers that blooms from early spring through the summer. Large white flowers that when cut can last up to 2 weeks!

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Aquilegia x Earlybird™ Yellow

Aquilegia x Earlybird™ Yellow

Earlybird™ Yellow Columbine

A petite and adorable addition to add to your landscape, woodland gardens, or containers that blooms from early spring through the summer. Large yellow flowers that when cut can last up to 2 weeks!

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