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To determine if a plant is sufficiently cold hardy, the USDA created numbered zones indicating winter low temperatures; the lower the zone number the colder the winter.

  • If the coldest winter temperature expected in your area is -15°F (zone 5) then any plants rated zones 3-5 will survive the winter temperatures in your area.
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  1. $188.76

    Sale: $75.50

    Per 12 Plants - 3" Pot

    Our Milkweed Collection is comprised of 3 different Milkweed varieties, blooming in shades of pink and orange from early to late summer. Producing a feast of blooms and foliage for pollinators, including monarch butterflies and honey bees, these potted perennials are 100% Neonicotinoid-Free. (Asclepias) Learn More →
  2. Starting at $14.98

    Sale: $7.49

    Per Bag of 3

    Oriental Lily Stargazer is famous for its vibrant pink spotted flowers. This hybrid’s 6-8” wide, upward-facing, fragrant flowers are easy to grow and do not need staking. Amazing in the garden and as cut flowers for bouquets. (Lilium) Learn More →
  3. Starting at $11.98

    Sale: $5.99

    Per Bag of 1

    Old Fashioned Pink Bleeding Heart is a popular shade perennial with arching stems of lovely, heart-shaped flowers. A timeless classic, this plant inspires nostalgia whenever it's noticed! (Dicentra spectabilis) Learn More →
  4. $14.98

    Sale: $7.49

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Common Milkweed is the easiest to grow of the milkweeds – and the sole food source for Monarch butterflies. Clusters of tightly-closed lavender buds open to reveal sweetly-fragrant pink blossoms, attracting a menagerie of local pollinators to the garden. Long-lasting plants produce spectacular interest at every stage of growth. (Asclepias syriaca) Learn More →
  5. $16.98

    Sale: $8.49

    Per Bag of 3

    Swamp Milkweed Cinderella’s vanilla scented flowers are a treat for the senses. Deep pink petals with white centers bloom in 2” wide clusters. Compact in form, Cinderella will make an excellent choice for a small sunny garden, and will perform well in low spots or moist areas. Support the Monarchs with Milkweed by providing a valuable food source and shelter. (Asclepias incarnata) Learn More →
  6. Starting at $15.98

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    A perennial favorite, this Peony has super-large double flowers in pretty pastel pink. Enjoy their beauty and fabulous fragrance in both the garden and cut-flower arrangements. (Paeonia lactiflora) Learn More →
  7. Starting at $8.98

    Sale: $4.49

    Per Plant - 2.5" pot

    Purple Coneflower Magnus has showy pink flowers that attracts pollinators to your garden. Leave the dead stems and flower heads over winter and birds will eat the seeds. Easy to grow and great for beginner and experienced gardeners. (Echinacea purpurea) Learn More →
  8. Starting at $39.98

    Sale: $19.99

    Per Bag of 3

    Peony Cotton Candy Mix is the perfect choice for peony lovers that just can’t decide! This mix includes one of each: Sarah Bernhardt (pink), Karl Rosenfield (red), and Shirley Temple (white). Each variety has impressive 6-8” wide flowers. Use as cut flowers in a vase or for wedding / event bouquets. (Paeonia lactiflora) Learn More →

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