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  1. Bellflower Takion Blue

    Takion Blue is a shorter variety of Bellflower, making it perfect for a small-space, border or container garden. The sweet, light purple and light blooms are outward-facing, making this Bellflower a unique and eye-catching addition to any garden. (Campanula persicifolia)
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    Item #: 9CAMP

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  2. Delphinium Dark Blue and White Bee

     
    1.5
    This Larkspur’s rich, dark blue blooms are offset by pure whit centers and deep green foliage. Deer resistant and shade tolerant, this beauty is a must-have in the summer garden. (Delphinium)
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    Item #: 9DEL

    SALE: $9.95 $6.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  3. Blue Star Flower Hubrichtii

    Hubrichtii is the perennial of the year for 2011. Pale blue star shaped flowers appear is late spring to early summer over fine, feathery foliage. Excellent golden yellow fall color. (Amsonia)
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    Item #: 2AMS

    SALE: $11.95 $5.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  4. Japanese Iris Center of Interest

    Large, 8” violet-colored blooms are brushed with white and yellow, making Center of Interest a must-have in any garden. Like other Japanese Irises, this variety is deer-resistant and prefers full sun. (Iris ensata)
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    Item #: ASL8M01

    SALE: $15.95 $14.36

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  5. Clematis Belle of Woking

     
    4.0
    With double petals and pale blue tones, Belle of Woking Clematis is elegant and classy. Belle of Woking produces 4-6” blooms and thrives when planted near a trellis, lamppost or arbor. Belle of Woking, was introduced in 1875, and is still one of the most treasured of all. Clematis add a unique interest to any garden of any size and are a great cut flower for arrangements. (Clematis)
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    Item #: 15CLEM

    SALE: $28.95 $14.48

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  6. Butterfly Bush Flutterby Grande Blueberry Cobbler

     
    5.0
    Both fragrant and stunning, this Butterfly Bush produces blue to yellow/orange blooms with silvery foliage. Great for attracting beautiful wildlife to the garden. PP# 2210 (Buddleia)
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    Item #: ABLH7XX
    Starting at $17.95 SALE: $11.67

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  7. Lupine Gallery Blue

     
    4.5
    Gallery Blue is the most popular perennial garden lupines, growing 18-24 inches tall. Even rich blue color. (Lupinus)
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    Item #: 1LUP

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  8. Lungwort Roy Davidson

     
    4.0
    This shade-loving ground cover plant has dark green leaves spotted with silver; flowers appear in late spring, starting out pink and turning blue as they age. (Pulmonaria longifolia)
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    Item #: 1PULM

    SALE: $11.95 $8.97

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  9. Bearded Iris Santorini

     
    5.0
    Santorini’s bi-color blooms illuminate the late spring garden, creating a unique statement both in the garden and cut for bouquets. (Iris germanica)
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    Item #: ASL4N31

    SALE: $18.95 $9.48

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

  10. Passion Flower Vine

     
    5.0
    This exotic Passion Flower Vine is world-famous for its winding vines and stunning, unique flowers. It is a rapid grower and produces many blooms. (Passiflora caerulea)
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    Item #: 7VINE

    SALE: $19.95 $9.98

    Per Plant - 4" pot

  11. Brunnera Blue

     
    5.0
    Ths plant forms an attractive mound of heart-shaped leaves. In spring, clusters of small, light blue flowers appear, perched on branched stems. (Brunnera macrophylla)
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    Item #: 1BRUN

    SALE: $11.95 $10.76

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  12. Siberian Iris Concord Crush

    Looking for true blue blooms in your garden? This Siberian Iris is the perfect choice! Large, vibrant blue blooms create a stunning statement in the early summer and attract hummingbirds to the garden. Prefering as much sun as possible and wet soil, once this Siberian Iris is established it requires little care to grow and thrive each season. Growing to be about 2’ tall, we recommend planting this variety in the border of the garden or someplace where you can appreciate its unique and colorful blooms.
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    Item #: ASLS801

    SALE: $11.95 $7.77

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  13. Ajuga Black Scallop

     
    5.0
    Bugleweed Black Scallop grows only 4 to 6 inches tall with glossy black scalloped leaves. Late spring flowers are blue. PP#15815 (Ajuga reptans)
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    Item #: 2AJUGA

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  14. 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

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  15. Ajuga Burgundy Glow

     
    3.5
    Bugleweed Burgundy Glow grows only 4 to 6 inches high, but spreads a foot or more. Colorful foliage and blue flowers. (Ajuga reptans)
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    Item #: 1AJUGAXX
    Starting at $8.95 SALE: $6.72

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  16. Columbine Songbird Bluebird

     
    3.5
    Songbird Bluebird is a masterfully hybridized homage to the large wild Colorado Blue Columbine. (Aquilegia)
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    Item #: 4AQU

    SALE: $9.95 $7.47

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