PERENNIALS

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  • After Midnight Echinacea

    Brilliant magenta blooms arise profusely on this compact, bushy dwarf plant. Boasting black stems and red-black cones, these marvelously fragrant flowers would be dramatic even without their intense coloring and wide, overlapping petals. Ideal for the front of the Echinacea border, containers, and small-space gardens. Zone 4-8; full sun; H: 12, W: 10-12

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  • Alcazar Red Hot Poker

    Summer, 36-40″ tall and stately with firey orange-red flowers, exceptional long bloom time and reliable rebloomer, one of the hardiest.

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  • Alchemy Daylilies

    A stunning Orienpet introduction that combines superb fragrance, huge flowers, and breathtaking color! Huge, 8-inch blooms of the deepest red merge into rich golden edges and are borne atop 4- to 5-foot stems in mid- to late summer. Zone 4-8; H: 4-5 W: 2

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  • Amber Waves Heuchera

    (Coral Bells) Warm amber-gold, ruffled leaves form a neat mound. Deep rose flower stalks bear pinkish-peach buds and cream flowers. Multiple award winner. A popular selection.

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  • American Debutante Daylilies

    The first of the American Lilies for American Gardeners series, this stunning Orienpet offers 8- to 10-inch-wide flowers of creamy-white with a yellow center and merry pink spots. Pleasingly fragrant, it arises abundantly on sturdy plants that withstand garden stresses. Grows more floriferous with each passing year. H: 4-5

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  • American Dream Aquilegia

    (Tickseed) A strong grower with bright pink, daisy-type flowers with yellow centers. Its attractive, fern-like foliage is similar to Moonbeam,
    but has a more uniform, compact habit. Rhizomatous.

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  • American Way Daylilies

    This highly-sought, true yellow Orienpet is difficult to propagate, so we are pleased to make it available this season. Compact plants sport strongly fragrant, 8- to 10-inch blooms with overlapping, recurved petals. The shortest of all the American Series, they’re excellent for containers, beds, and borders. Quite vigorous and long-lived. Zone 4-10

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  • Amethyst Temple Daylilies

    Delicate but long-lasting trumpet-shaped blooms of rosy-pink are softly edged in white and feature bold chartreuse throats. Each will show slight variations in color and bloom time, further enriching the display. One of the most sweetly fragrant Chinese Trumpets, Amethyst Temple arrives in midsummer on sturdy 4 to 5 foot stems and is ideal for mixing with other summer flowering perennials in the sunny garden. Zone 4-8; H: 4-6; W:1

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  • Angelina Sedum

    (Blue Spruce Stonecrop) Golden yellow, evergreen, needle-like foliage. In colder months, the tips of the leaves take on a reddish-orange tinge. Yellow flowers. 3-5"

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  • Apple Slice Dianthus

    (Pinks) These fragrant, intricately patterned, deep velvety red, 1.5; double blossoms have pale pink to white markings in the center of each petal with a matching narrow picotee edge. Glaucous blue-green, grassy foliage.

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