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  1. Raspberry Heritage

     
    3.5
    A long-time favorite, Heritage produces large, sweet, luscious red berries from summer until frost. Eat fresh or use in jams, jellies and sauces. (Rubus idaeus)
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    Item #: 2BER

    SALE: $16.95 $8.48

    Per Package of 1

  2. Hydrangea Vine

    This vining hydrangea is unique, climbing on masonry walls, a knockout. (Hydrangea anomala petiolaris)
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    Item #: 6VINE

    SALE: $19.95 $14.97

    Per Plant - 4" pot

  3. Foxglove Dalmation Rose

     
    5.0
    This easy-to-grow variety is an early-bloomer, adding gorgeous purple color to the late spring garden. Dalmation Rose is deer resistant and makes for gorgeous spring bouquets. (Digitalis purpurea)
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    Item #: ASL6J31

    SALE: $9.95 $7.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  4. Monkey Grass Royal Purple

     
    5.0
    Royal Purple is a tough, popular groundcover with beautiful purple blooms. Shade or sun. (Liriope muscari)
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    Item #: 18ORN

    SALE: $15.95 $7.98

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

  5. Mophead Hydrangea Glowing Embers

     
    3.0
    Glowing Embers has rich rose-red variety makes a spectacular, compact growing shrub. Fantastic color! (Hydrangea macrophylla)
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    Item #: ABLJ2XX
    Starting at $18.95 SALE: $12.32

    Per Plant - 4" pot

  6. Raspberry Kiwi Gold

     
    4.5
    Known for its extremely sweet flavor, this yellow raspberry was developed in New Zealand but is now a favorite worldwide. Fruits in summer and fall. (Rubus idaeus)
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    Item #: 7BER

    SALE: $16.95 $8.48

    Per Package of 1

  7. Columbine McKana's Giant Mix

     
    2.5
    With brightly-colored flowers that bloom over delicate foliage, these plants brighten the late spring garden/early summer garden. (Aquilegia)
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    Item #: 18PER3

    SALE: $9.95 $7.47

    Per Bag of 3

  8. Echinacea Vintage Wine

     
    4.5
    Echinacea Vintage Wine has purple-pink flowers that grow straight out, producing large 4" prominent cones. The big blooms attract butterflies and birds to a garden. Echinacea is a great cut flower and is deer resistant PP#13893 (Echinacea purpurea)
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    Item #: 227PER

    SALE: $16.95 $8.48

    Per Bag of 1

  9. Foxglove Pam's Choice

     
    4.0
    Pam's Choice is the white version of Digitalis mentonensis, rounding out a full palette of garden foxgloves. (Digitalis purpurea)
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    Item #: 62PER

    SALE: $9.95 $6.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  10. Blueberry Patriot

    This cold-hardy variety is famous for its sweet berries that can be eaten fresh, frozen or canned. Patriot flowers in the spring and produces berries in the early season, followed by striking orange fall color. (Vaccinium corymbosum)
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    Item #: ASL8T01

    SALE: $17.95 $8.98

    Per Package of 1

  11. Foxglove Candy Mountain

     
    3.5
    Candy Mountain is a biennial but with a spectacular new color--gone is the dull purple. These will bloom this year. (Digitalis purpurea)
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    Item #: 2DIG

    SALE: $9.95 $7.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  12. Strawberry Quinault

    This Everbearing Strawberry produces an abundant harvest of delicious and nutritious berries. Makes an excellent ground cover or border plant. (Fragaria x ananassa)
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    Item #: 20BER

    SALE: $15.95 $7.98

    Per Package of 15

  13. Columbine Little Lanterns

     
    1.0
    The famous Wild Red Columbine loved by gardeners and hummingbirds. Native from Canada to the Gulf. (Aquilegia canadensis)
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    Item #: 10AQUG
    Starting at $18.95 SALE: $14.22

    Per Bag of 3

  14. Black Eyed Susan Denver Daisy

    With beautiful brown and gold blooms, the Black Eyed Susan Denver Daisy is easy to grow and is heat tolerant. It’s deer resistant, and attracts pollinators to your garden. The best way to plant Black Eye Susans, are in containers, border edging and mass plantings. (Rudbeckia hirta)
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    Item #: 6RUD

    SALE: $9.95 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  15. Seedless Grape Concord

     
    3.0
    Get the rich flavor of Americas favorite blue-black grape, without the seeds. Eat fresh or make your own jams, jellies and wines. A great backyard grape. (Vitis)
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    Item #: 17BER

    SALE: $19.95 $9.98

    Per Package of 1

  16. Little Bluestem Grass Standing Ovation

    This drought-tolerant grass thrives even in poor, dry soils. Standing Ovation evolves from blue/green in the spring months to orange, red and yellow in the autumn garden. It also provides winter interest and keeps its compact form throughout most of the season. (Schizachyrium scoparium)
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    Item #: ASL4R31

    SALE: $15.95 $7.98

    Per Plant - 3.5" pot

  17. 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 $4.98

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  18. Viola Columbine

     
    3.0
    Violet Columbine is a spectacular hybrid with columbine colors--rich blue with white. A heavy bloomer. (Viola cornuta)
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    Item #: ABLK4XX
    Starting at $10.95 SALE: $5.48

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  19. Black Eyed Susan Cherry Brandy

     
    3.0
    Cherry Brandy is a hybrid with vivid red, soft petals that deepen towards the rich, brown center. A long-lasting bloomer, this Rudbeckia will produce striking blooms throughout the summer and into the fall. (Rudbeckia hirta)
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    Item #: 4RUD

    SALE: $9.95 $7.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  20. 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 $5.98

    Per Bag of 1

  21. Blueberry Blue Ray

     
    3.5
    Blueberry Blue Ray produces big, juicy early blueberries. This one is dependably hardy in cold regions. (Vaccinium corymbosum)
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    Item #: 8BER

    SALE: $17.95 $8.98

    Per Package of 1

  22. Echinacea Mix

     
    2.5
    A mix of three varieties of this popular perennial, this is an affordable way to fill your sunny garden with colorful flowers. (Echinacea)
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    Item #: 6ECH3

    SALE: $16.95 $11.02

    Per Bag of 3

  23. Bachelor's Button Amethyst Dreams

     
    4.0
    Looking for something unique this year? Plant this drought-tolerant perennial beauty for years of textured blooms, illuminating the early summer garden. This Bachelor Button makes great cut flowers and attracts birds and butterflies to the garden. (Centaurea montana) PP#20781
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    Item #: ASL4I31

    SALE: $14.95 $11.22

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  24. Columbine Crimson Star

    This red selection of the McKana Columbine group is always a big favorite with people -- and hummingbirds. Some of the loveliest flowers you'll ever see. (Aquilegia)
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    Item #: 17PER

    SALE: $9.95 $7.47

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  25. Echinacea Magnus

     
    3.5
    Coneflower Magnus is the Purple Coneflower hybrid bred to not have the drooping petals of the native. Natural color. (Echinacea purpurea)
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    Item #: ABLI5XX
    Starting at $8.95 SALE: $6.72

    Per Plant - 3" pot

  26. Blueberry Berkeley

    This high bush blueberry produces tight clusters of very large, powder-blue berries that are great for desserts and baking. (Vaccinium corymbosum)
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    Item #: 4BER

    SALE: $17.95 $8.98

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  27. 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

  28. Wild Lily Bulbs Golden Rayed Lily of Japan

     
    5.0
    Enormous white and gold flowers are 10 to 12 inches across with elegantly curled tips and a heavenly scent. Truly a masterpiece of the flower kingdom. (Lilium)
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    Item #: 18LILY3

    SALE: $18.95 $14.22

    Per Bag of 3

  29. Wild Spiderwort

     
    2.0
    This gorgeous woodland flower boasts unique, vivid purple flowers that are famous for having just three petals each. Wild Spiderwort was one of the treasures of the New World taken home by an early British Plant Explorer. (Tradescantia subaspera)
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    Item #: 2TRADG
    Starting at $18.95 SALE: $12.32

    Per Bag of 3

  30. Seedless Grape Himrod

     
    5.0
    One of the best seedless white (light green) table grapes. The vigorous vines bear large, loose clusters of sweet, juicy fruit that ripen early and keep well. (Vitis labrusca)
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    Item #: 16BER

    SALE: $19.95 $9.98

    Per Package of 1

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