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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.
  • If you live in very warm winter areas (zones 9-11) plants with zones 3-4 ratings are not recommended. The lack of freezing winter temperatures do not provide a time for winter dormancy (rest).
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  1. $29.98

    Sale: $14.99

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Mophead Hydrangea Everlasting Ocean’s long-lived blooms change colors as they mature. Ruffled flowers begin as a soft pink and deepen in color, then the petals turn lime green with dark pink edges. Imagine all the cut flower possibilities, as each flower has all the colors of a bouquet. Since this Hydrangea produces buds from new and old wood no pruning is required. Plant in containers, or garden beds and enjoy all summer long. (Hydrangea macrophylla) Learn More →
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    Sale: $7.49

    Per Plant - 3" pot

    Pink Anemone Lucky Charm is bursting with color! Deep pink blooms with golden centers sway in the breeze with dark violet leaves that mature into dark green. These flowers bloom late summer into fall extending the color in your gardens. Butterflies, hummingbirds and bees will be attracted to this Anemone. (Anemone Hybrida) Learn More →
  3. $11.98

    Sale: $5.99

    Per Plant - 3" pot

    Echinacea Sombrero Salsa Red PP23,105 has hot red overlapping petals with brown centers. It's the star of a new series of echinacea that produces compact plants with high bud counts. Salsa Red blooms mid to late summer and if you remove the faded flowers you'll encourage blooms into fall. If you keep some dried flower heads in the fall the birds will thank you. (Echinacea) Learn More →
  4. $14.98

    Sale: $7.49

    Per Plant - 3" pot

    Sedum Thunderhead has huge show stopping flower heads in a rich deep rose color that are supported by stout upright stems and complimented with grey-green foliage. This must have Sedum will bring longlasting color to your garden from summer and into fall. (Sedum) Learn More →
  5. $10.98

    Sale: $5.49

    Per Plant - 3" pot

    Pincushion Flower Flutter Rose Pink is a non-stop bloomer from spring to late summer. Infuse your sunny garden or patio with these dramatic, deep-pink flowers. Stunning as a mass planting but also looks great in containers or as a garden border. Pollinators will be sure to visit this drought-resistant perennial, or you can cut the flowers to enjoy indoors. (Scabiosa columbaria) Learn More →
  6. $29.98

    Sale: $14.99

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Mophead Hydrangea Everlasting Revolution will astound you with its flowers in pink and blue combinations, highlighted with bright green. This heavy bloomer puts on a show from spring to early fall and will fill your garden or container with an array of beautiful colors. There is little to no maintenance needed, as this hydrangea will bud on new and old wood. Makes amazing cut flowers. (Hydrangea macrophylla) Learn More →
  7. $16.98

    Sale: $8.49

    Per Plant - 3" pot

    Anemone Loreley has charming almost white petals with soft rose-pink edges that evokes a picturesque cottage garden. Imagine these blooms swaying gently in the breeze on their wiry stems. Loreley's semi double large flowers, are beautiful in bouquets and perform well in small garden and containers. (Anemone hybrida) Learn More →
  8. $29.98

    Sale: $14.99

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Mophead Hydrangea Everlasting Noblesse has lush blooms of lime green and white, with purple centers, producing showy flowers from spring until early fall. Everlasting Noblesse buds on new and old wood making it a low- to no-maintenance perennial. Create a charming display in your garden bed or containers. Enjoy the cut blooms in bouquets. (Hydrangea macrophylla) Learn More →
  9. $9.98

    Sale: $4.99

    Per Bag of 1

    Turtlehead Rosea will burst into bloom, when most of your flowers have faded. Its rose-pink clusters of small upright blooms sit at the top of tall elegant stems with deep green foliage. When planted en mass, as a background perennial, Turtlehead acts as the perfect late-blooming anchor for your garden. (Chelone obliqua) Learn More →

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