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  1. Starting at $25.95

    Sale: $12.99

    Per Plant - 4" pot

    All Summer Beauty is a stunning blue mophead hydrangea that blooms as it says, all summer long. (Hydrangea macrophylla) Learn More →
  2. Starting at $19.98

    Sale: $9.99

    Per Plant - 4" pot

    Annabelle is a shorter Hydrangea that is famous for its huge, snow-white blooms. One of the most popular Hydrangea, it will thrive in most parts of the country. (Hydrangea arborescens) Learn More →
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    More drought tolerant than other Astilbes, chinensis Visions performs superbly in dry spots. While this deep magenta-pink beauty turns heads by looks alone, you'll likely find yourself drawn to its ability to thrive in the mid-summer garden. (Astilbe chinensis) Learn More →
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    Growing Hosta Aureomarginata is easy. This hosta’s gorgeous, green and gold foliage is offset by elegant, lavender blooms in late summer. Aureomarginata’s evolving beauty makes it perfect for any shady or partially shady spot in the garden. For a unique twist plant in a container for a long lasting planter. (Hosta fortunei) Learn More →
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    Bearded Iris ‘Raptor Red’ brings ooh-la-la red hot chile splendor to your flower bed with. Bi-toned, the standards (upright petals) are chile powder red and the falls (downward petals) intensify the color like a sparkling fiesta skirt. A bright yellow beard sets the bloom alight for a memorable garden showstopper. Early-to-mid-season, deer resistant blooms. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
  6. Starting at $12.98

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    Per Plant - 2.5" pot

    Dwarf Aster Wood's Pink The favorite dwarf pink aster, easy and dependably hardy. Great color on short plants. (Aster) Learn More →
  7. Starting at $21.98

    Sale: $10.99

    Per Plant - 2.5" pot

    Honeysuckle Mint Crisp is a vigorous, highly-fragrant vine that attracts loads of butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden with its sweet scent. Plentiful late-season blooms appear in shades of ivory and cream, and slowly take on a buttery-yellow tint as fall weather arrives. Mint Crisp's speckled foliage adds visual interest to the winter garden. Deer resistant. Learn More →
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    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

    Famed for its resistance to disease, 'Wood's Purple' is a compact aster with bluish-purple flowers that sport cheerful yellow centers. Deep green foliage stays healthy and lush throughout the season on this hardy and long-lasting plant. Daisy-shaped blooms provide important late-season food for many pollinators, including migrating monarch butterflies. (Aster novi-belgii)

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    Liatris microcephala (aka Dwarf Blazing Star) is a butterfly and hummingbird-attracting plant with spiky purple blooms and grass-like foliage. Happy with poor soils and tough conditions, this native beauty handles heat and drought beautifully and can also tolerate the humidity of the deep south. Blooms appear and open from top to bottom on showy, upright stalks. A true low-maintenance plant. (Liatris microcephala)

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    Show stopping Peony ‘Gay Paree’ is a two-toned wonder. Bright hot pink outer petals cradle densely-packed fringed creamy-white petals in the center. Sweetly fragrant, they bloom on sturdy stems requiring no staking. This distinctive, open faced Japanese style flower is a refreshing addition to the late spring garden. (Paeonia lactiflora ‘Gay Paree’)

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    Daylily ‘Double Dream’ pops with color just as spring flowers fade, making it a must-have for the summer garden. Cheery double blooms in luscious apricot-peach make this sweetly-scented daylily the perfect complement to the blues and violets of summer flowers – it even re-blooms in early fall! (Hemerocallis ‘Double Dream’)

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    Grab the camera! Bearded Iris ‘Photogenic’ in bloom is a sight to behold. Richly undulating shades of rose shift to violet centers in the upright petals (standards), then reverse and move from violet back to rose in the lower petals (falls). It’s a symphony of harmonic shading that will turn heads at bloom time. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    The light pink panicles of ‘Europa’ astilbe are an elegant touch in any shady garden. Softly held above fern-like foliage in early summer, the blossoms of this moisture-loving perennial will dry in place for four-season interest. Great for edge-of-stream or pond gardens. Clump forming. (Astilbe japonica ‘Europa’)

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    Reblooming Bearded Iris ‘Final Episode’s’ lemon yellow standards (upright petals) flutter gaily over violet-purple falls (downward petals), glazed with a burgundy finish. Elegant and showy, they stand tall – a perfect backdrop for other colorful flowers or greenery. Mid-spring blooms are followed by another late summer bloom for two rounds of colorful flowers. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Sale: $19.99

    Per Plant - 4" pot

    Viburnum Sparkling Pink Champagne bursts onto the scene in spring with large snowball-shaped clusters of pink flowers covering every branch. In the summer, bright red berries steal the show against the dark green background of typical corrugated dark green viburnum foliage. The deciduous shrub has an upright habit with delicately arching branches. (Viburnum plicatum )

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    Like a piece of pure blue sky fallen to your garden, Bearded Iris ‘Astro Blue’ brings wake-up color to your flower bed. Standing tall at up to 36", the pure azure blooms are a mid-season garden stand-out. With softly ruffled 4" flowers on gracefully arched stems, this hardy Iris will give years of easy-care pleasure. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
  17. $18.98

    Sale: $9.49

    Per Bag of 3

    Trout Lily is the herald of spring in eastern woodlands, but this native wildflower also makes a gorgeous addition to any shade garden in zones 3-8. The plant’s name comes from its speckled green leaves (that resemble trout), and its nodding yellow flowers that look like miniature lilies. Plants can take up to four years to flower after planting, but the foliage is attractive enough that it’s worth the wait. (Erythronium)

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    Like a golden sun setting over a deep red sea, Bearded Iris ‘Ancient Echoes’ is a thrilling combo of bright gold upright petals (standards) and rich, velvety burgundy falls (downward petals). Beautifully proportioned and sweetly fragrant the lower petals are edged in apricot-rose. A mid-season bloomer, this Iris makes beautiful stand-alone cut flowers. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Doll’s Eyes (Actaea) is the plant that looks back at you in the landscape! A fun, North American native of moist woodlands, Doll’s Eyes is known for its distinctive white fruits that are held in clusters on top of thick red stems. When not fruiting, the soft blue-green foliage, reminiscent of astilbe, is a lovely addition to cool, shady gardens. (Actaea pachypoda)

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    Reblooming Bearded Iris ‘Mother Earth’ harmonizes in pastel pinks and lavenders with cloud-like white ruffled petals floating above and buttercup yellow beards. Soothing, yet elegant, this flower is in motion with the lightest breeze. Blooms twice, in spring and fall, it’s an easy-care garden standout. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Vibrant pink semi-double flowers with a cheery yellow center make Peony ‘Paula Fay’ a must-have. Blooming in spring before most other peonies, they wake us up from winter’s doldrums and are lovely as a backdrop to spring blooming bulbs. Great as cut flowers, they’ll delight with their sweet fragrance and cheery disposition. (Paeonia x ‘Paula Fay’)

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    Soft hues of golden yellow, plum and rose are highlights of Bearded Iris ‘In Living Color’. Ruffled petals abound as the bright gold standards (upright petals) harmonize with the violet-rose petals edged in a gilt golden band. Flowering in mid-spring, ‘In Living Color’ has a lovely musky fragrance and is prolific and drought tolerant. (Iris germanica) Learn More →
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    Hosta ‘Minuteman’ sports deep green leaves edged in pure white. Made for the shade, ‘Minuteman’s’ bold contrasting foliage makes it a standout - it almost twinkles in the dappled light of a woodland garden or shady spot. Great in containers too. Pale lavender flowers appear in July, attracting hummingbirds. (Hosta x ‘Minuteman’)

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    A wee lass in the Bearded Iris world, ‘Wild Irish Rose’, will brighten up a corner and mix well with other late spring blooming perennials. Lots of small rosy-orchid colored blooms with tangerine-orange beards infuse the garden with cheerful color. Deer resistant, it’s a pollinator favorite. (Iris germanica) Learn More →

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