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  1. Hibiscus Sweet Caroline

     
    3.0
    Sweet Caroline is the longest-blooming hardy hibiscus with gorgeous, bright pink blooms that feature dark veins. Enjoy the huge blooms from summer into the fall. (Hibiscus)
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    Item #: 2HIB

    SALE: $20.95 $13.62

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  2. Foam Flower

     
    4.0
    Foam Flower’s white, feathery plumes create a mystical look in the spring garden. This interesting plant is deer resistant and will thrive in full sun to partial shade. (Tiarella cordifolia)
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    Item #: 1TIAR3

    SALE: $18.95 $12.32

    Per Bag of 3

  3. Lungwort Raspberry Splash

    A perfect groundcover for any shady area, this Lungwort produces bright raspberry flowers with silver spotted foliage. PP#12138 (Pulmonaria longifolia)
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    Item #: 3PULM

    SALE: $19.95 $9.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  4. Itoh Peony Cora Louise

    Cora Louise produces up to 50 blooms per season, creating a fragrant and dramatic statement with semi-double white blooms and deep pink centers. (Paeonia Itoh)
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    Item #: ASL3P01

    SALE: $72.95 $36.48

    Per Bag of 1

  5. Clematis Nelly Moser

     
    4.0
    Nelly Moser is the most popular bi-color Clematis with supersize flowers in classic mauve and pink. Huge favorite. (Clematis)
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    Item #: 4CLEM

    SALE: $28.95 $26.06

    Per Plant - 4" pot

  6. Wild Bleeding Heart

     
    3.0
    This is the wild, pink-flowered native with finely cut foliage and a bushy, mounding habit; also called Fringed Bleeding Heart. (Dicentra eximia)
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    Item #: 2DICG
    Starting at $22.95 SALE: $20.66

    Per Bag of 3

  7. Ajuga Pink Lightning

    This woodland groundcover creates a unique look in the spring months, with mint-green, crinkly leaves and bubblegum-pink flower spikes. Ajuga Pink Lightning also attracts butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. (Ajuga) PP#22255
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    Item #: ASL3H31

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  8. Astilbe arendsii Erika

    This shade-loving beauty creates a bright statement both in the garden and cut for long-lasting bouquets. Deep red stems and foliage, turning to green by the end of the season, offset light pink plumes. Deer resistant and extremely easy to grow, Astilbe is the perfect choice for any shady garden, big or small. We recommend planting several different varieties with different heights for a multi-color display all summer long. Tuck your favorite Astilbe underneath trees, in the shade of a larger shrub, or in any moist, shady spot. You won’t be disappointed!
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    Item #: ASLR403

    SALE: $21.95 $10.98

    Per Bag of 3

  9. Astilbe arendsii Sister Theresa

     
    5.0
    Glowing with pink, cotton candy-colored flowers, this variety produces particularly lavish blooms. Use it to brighten up a shady corner. (Astilbe arendsii)
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    Item #: 5ASTILBE3

    SALE: $21.95 $16.47

    Per Bag of 3

  10. Astilbe arendsii Amethyst

     
    4.5
    Plant this luminous Astilbe in any shady spot of the garden and it will be sure to turn heads – Amethyst’s rich, lavender plumes almost seem to glow! (Astilbe arendsii)
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    Item #: 29PERG
    Starting at $21.95 SALE: $19.76

    Per Bag of 3

  11. Lamium Pink Pewter

     
    4.0
    Pink Pewter is a great groundcover for shady areas with bright bloom from late spring into summer. (Lamium maculatum)
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    Item #: 1LAMXX
    Starting at $8.95 SALE: $4.48

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  12. Anemone September Charm

     
    2.0
    Japanese Anemone September Charm is one of the all-time favorites. Great flowering plants for fall color. (Anemone hupehensis)
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    Item #: 1ANEM

    SALE: $10.95 $5.48

    Per Bag of 1

  13. Hepatica

     
    3.0
    One of springs earliest woodland wildflowers, and always considered one of the most beautiful, Hepatica is quite common in eastern woodlands. The blooms vary dramatically in color, and range from lavender to white to (rarely) pink. (Hepatica acutiloba)
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    Item #: 1HEPG
    Starting at $18.95 SALE: $12.32

    Per Bag of 3

  14. Foxglove Camelot Lavender

    This Foxglove adds elegance and charm to the summer garden with large, lavender-colored flowers that have dark speckles. A butterfly-magnet, Camelot Lavender is the perfect choice for any partly shaded garden. (Digitalis)
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    Item #: ASL4J31

    SALE: $9.95 $6.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  15. Spiderwort Morning Grace

    Spiderwort Morning Grace boasts extended blooms and adds graceful color to the late season garden, blooming mid summer through frost. It is low-growing and delicate, making it the perfect candidate for the front of the garden. Light purple blooms attract pollinators to the garden and make for elegant summer bouquets. A dependable perennial, this Spiderwort returns to the garden each year and requires little care once established. Blooms usually open during the day with sunlight and close in the evening hours. This groundcover is deer resistant and prefers as much sun as possible.
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    Item #: ASLU131

    SALE: $13.95 $6.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  16. Bee Balm Marshall's Delight

     
    2.0
    Marshall's Delight is a hot pink hummingbird favorite and makes a huge show in the garden at 3 ft. (Monarda)
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    Item #: 10MON

    SALE: $11.95 $5.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  17. Bleeding Heart Pink

     
    4.0
    One of the most popular shade plants, this old-time favorite blooms with arching stems of lovely, heart-shaped flowers. (Dicentra spectabilis)
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    Item #: 56PERG
    Starting at $10.95 SALE: $8.22

    Per Bag of 1

  18. Anemone Robustissima

    A delicate Anemone, this late season-bloomer delights with single, light pink blooms that are offset by deep green foliage. A perfect choice for a border or small space garden, this Anemone is also deer and rabbit resistant. A versatile variety, Windflower prefers full sun and tolerates most soil types. Blooming from last summer to fall, this easy-to-grow perennial makes for amazing late season bouquets and is a truly versatile choice for any garden.
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    Item #: ASLR301

    SALE: $10.95 $8.22

    Per Bag of 1

  19. Astilbe thunbergii Straussenfeder

     
    4.5
    Blooming in a big fountain of pink, this variety adds grace to the shady part of your yard. Sometimes called Ostrich Plume because of its dramatic draping plumes. (Astilbe thunbergii)
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    Item #: 33PER3

    SALE: $21.95 $14.27

    Per Bag of 3

  20. Bleeding Heart Gold Heart

    Gold Heart has brilliant, deeply cut gold foliage with rich pink flowers. Makes any shade garden shine. PPAF (Dicentra)
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    Item #: 7DIC

    SALE: $22.95 $14.92

    Per Bag of 1

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