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PERENNIALS

Image Soon Achillea 'Anthea' (Yarrow)

Abundant clear silvery foliage that combines with pale lemon yellow flowers is an elegant improvement over 'Moonshine'. If cut back after blooming, produces a robust second bloom. Compact habit, forming a sturdy clump with no tendency to run. Does well in poor, dry soil. H 2' Z4

Image Soon Achillea millefolium 'Apple Blossom' (Common Yarrow Hybrid)

A vigorous grower that grows to 3' tall. Large clusters of lilac-pink to peach colored flowers. Grows well in sun and poor, dry soil. Z3

Image Soon Achillea millefolium 'Colorado' (Common Yarrow)

A bright mix of red, pink, apricot, yellow, cream and pure white. Like to be in full sun. Bloom from June until September. H 2' Z3

Image Soon Achillea millefolium 'Terra Cotta' (Terra Cotta)

An unusual dark pink to orange brown color spectrum. Performs well in poor dry sites. H 24" Z4

Image Soon Achillea 'Summerwine' (Summerwine 'Yarrow')

Deep wine red flowers mature to purple. Long lasting, fade-resistantcolor. Drought tolerant. H 30" Z4

Image Soon Aconitum "Bressingham Spire' (Monkshood)

Rich violet blue hooded flowers appear on tall sturdy stems. This improved Monkshood requires no staking. Grow in full sun to part shade in moist well drained soil. Once established we don't recomment transplanting or dividing. H 3-4' Z5

Image Soon Acontum cammarum 'Bi-Color' (Monkshood)

Pure white blooms edged in blue are borne on tall stems. Try as a hardy and well behaved substitute for Delphiniums. Grows in full sun to part shade in well drained soil. H 40" z3

Image Soon Aconitum septentrionale 'Ivorine' (Monkshood 'Ivorine')

Ivory-white flowers are borne profuselyy on heavily branced stems above compact plants making this an excellent choice for front of the border. Full sun to part shade in a moise, well drained spot. H 24-30" Z3

Image Soon Adiantum pedantum (Maiden Hair Fern)

A graceful, fine-leaved, fern with arching stems. This is a dwarf, ruffled leaf form. Native plant enjoys cool, moist, shady locations. Spreads slowly. Z3

Agapanthus 'Bressingham White'

BENEFITS
Shorter, sturdier habit with more flowers than other white-flowered varieties.

BLOOM SEASON & HABIT
Pure white flowers from midsummer to early fall. Leafless flower stalks arise from clumps of lily-like foliage.

LOCATION
Full sun. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 10; AHS Heat Zones 12 to 1.

USE
Excellent cut flower. Provides exotic flower display in borders or beds. Good for mass displays.

SIZE
36" tall by 18" wide. Use 3 plants per square yard.

CULTURE
Plant in well-drained soil. Do not allow plants to dry out except when dormant. In cold zones, plant in containers and move indoors to overwinter.

Image Soon Agapanthus 'Lillput'
Image Soon Agastache 'Blue Fortune'
Ajania pacifica (Gold and Silver Daisy)

Distinctive white edge on leaves creating three seaons of interest. Yellow tansy-like flowers in October. Full sun to partial shade. Grows to 12-15". Z6

Image Soon Alcea 'Apple Blossom'
Image Soon Alcea rosea 'Single Mix' (Single Hollyhock)

The real old-fashioned Hollyhock, with big, single flowers in clear colors- white, pink & purple. Blooms in early summer and is best suited in full sun and well drained soil. Grows to 8' in right conditions. Z5

Image Soon Alcea 'The Watchman' (The Watchman Hollyhock)

A tender perennial with shiny black blossoms fading to deep burgandy in the center. Performs best in full sun and rich, moist soil. Reaches a height of 6'.

Image Soon Alchemilla, mollis 'Thriller' (Lady's Mantle)

Improved selectiopn. Grown for its compact tidy ghabit, bluish chartreus foliage and tiny yellow flowers appearing in late spring. Plant in partial shade in constantly moist soil.

Image Soon Anacyclus depressus 'Garden Gnome'
Image Soon Anemone x hybrida 'Bressingham Glow' (Anemone)

Large rich pink double blossoms appear in late summer early fall on compact plants. Shade tolerant. Grow in moist, well drained soild. H 2' Z6

Image Soon Anemone hupenesis 'Monte Rose'
Image Soon Anemone hupenensis 'September Charm' (Winflower)

Single silvery-pink flowers blooming in the early fall. Grows 2-3'. Plant in partial shade, moist, well drained soil. Z6

Image Soon Anemone japonica hupenensis
Image Soon Anemone 'Lady Gilmore' (Anemone)

Large clear pink semi-double flowers. Great fall color! Plant in a lightly shaded spot in rich, moist soil. H 2' Z6

Image Soon Anemone 'Margarette'
Image Soon Anemone 'Praecor'
Image Soon Anemone pulsatilla 'Vulgaris'
Image Soon Anemone sylvestris
Image Soon Anemone tomenrosa 'Rubustissima' (Grape Leaf Anemone)

Interesting deep-green flowers in an assortment of colors in May and June. Shade toloerant. performs well in any well-drained soil. H 18" Z3

Image Soon Anemon 'Honorine Jobert'
Image Soon Aquilegia 'Alpine Blue'
Image Soon Aquilegia canadensis
Image Soon Aquilega 'Chololate Soldier' (Columbine)

Brown flowers with chocolate frangrances. Grows to 18". Z4

Image Soon Aquilega 'Lime Frost' (Columbine)

Unusual eye catching foliage appears sun splashed with golden streaking. Plant in partial shade in moist site. H 20" Z4

Image Soon Aquilega 'Nora Barlow' (Native Columbine 'Nora Barlow')

Unique, double flowering pink/mauve. Blooms May-June. SHade tolerant. any well-drained soil. Short spur. H 18-24" Z4

Image Soon Aquilegia sibirica 'Biedermeyer' (Native Colombine)

A compact grower with a lovely array of mixed colors in May-June. Flowers are in shades of white, pink, and purple. Full sun to light shade; any well drained soil. Short spur. H 16" Z3

Image Soon Arenaria montana (Mountain Sandwort)

Pure white 1" flowers form a dazzling solid mass above rich deep green small leaved foliage in mid-late spring. Useful as a groundcover in a rock garden or between stepping stones in a sunny well drained site. H 8" Z4

Image Soon Armeria maritima 'Alba' (White Sea Thrift)

Bright 6" stems bear white flowers on fine grassy clumps. Blooms from May to July. Full sun. Z4

Image Soon Armeria maritima 'Splendens' (Sea Thrift)

Bright carmine pink round flower clusters appear in early spring above glossy grass-like green foliage. H 8-10" Z4

Image Soon Artemesia lactiflora 'Guizhou' (Wormwood)

The black sheep of the wormwood family. Sprays fo tiny cream-white flowers produce a striking contrast against the distinctive blackish-green foliage and rich mahogany stems. Prefers well-drained soil in full sun. H 4' Z3

Image Soon Artemesia ludo. 'Valerie Finnis' (Valerie Finnis Wormwood)

Large, silver shallowly incised leaves on erect stems. A wonderful contrast plant mixed with an bright flowering plant. Plant in a sunny spot in well drained soil. H 18". Z4

Image Soon Artemesia 'Powis Castle' (Mugwort)

Bushy plant with fine, feathery, silver foliage. Delightful fragrant. Full sun, well drained soil. Great contrast plant. Grows to 2-3'. Z6

Image Soon Artemesia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'

A traditional favorite. FIne silvery foliage, that forms a dwarf mound, with a spread of 2'. Excellent edging or rock garden plant. FUll sun in excellently drained soil. H 6-8". Z3

Image Soon Artemesia stelleriana 'Silver Brocade' (Dusty Miller)

Japanese native naturalized along our coast. Creeping, lobed silver-white foliage makes a great ground cover or specimen. Needs full sun and perfect drainage. H 8" Z3

Image Soon Aruncus aethusifolius (Dwarf Goatsbeard)

Miniature goatsbeard with dense, fine foliage and short panicles of creamy-white flowers in late spring to early summer. Likes light shade and adequate moisture. H 12" Z5

Image Soon Aruncus diocus (Native Goats Beard)

A statement in size! Astilbe like foliage forms a broad shrub with arching white plumes in mid summer. Prefers sun to partial shade and moist soil. H 6-8' Z3

Image Soon Asclepias incarpata 'Ice Carn'
Image Soon Asclepias tuberosa 'Gay Butterflies' (Native Butterfly Weed)

A mixture of yellow, orange, and red flowers on 2' stems. FUll sun, bl;ooms in July and August. Grows 24-28". Z5

Image Soon Aster 'Alert'
Image Soon Aster novae-angliae 'Alma Potschke' (New England Aster)

A rose-pink, semi-double flower on 2-3' stems. More compact than other New England Asters. Fall blooming. Z4

Image Soon Aster Novae-angliae 'Purple Dome' (Native Purple Dome Aster)

A sun loving aster with multitudes of semi-double deep purple flowers on compact bushy plants in Sept.-Oct. Mildew resistant. Grow in a sunny, well drained site. h 18" Z4

Image Soon Aster Novae-Belg 'Woods Pink'
Image Soon Aster x frikartii 'Flora's Delight' (Frikart's Aster)

An endless procession of lavender pink flowers are born in profusion from mid-summer to frost. Besr at border front in well-drained soil and sun. Grows to 20". Z4

Image Soon Aster 'Violet Queen' (Italian Aster)

Masses of striking deep violet-blue flowers with bright yellow eyes appear from late summer until frost. Compact, bushy habit. Grow in full sun in well drained soil. H 24" Z5

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Amethyst'
Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Bressingham Beauty' (False Spirea)

Classic form with erect full spikes of fine pure pink above handsome foliage mounds. Grows to 40". Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Catherine Deneuve' (False Spirea)

Fluffy blooms of glowing rose pink. Grows to 2 1/2'. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Cattleya' (Rose Pink False Spirea)

Early bloomer. Rose-pink flowers on 3' stems. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Elizabeth Bloom' (False Spirea)

Fluffy plumes of glowing rose pink. Grows to 2 1/2'. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Erica' (Pink False Spirea)

Mid-season pink blossoms on 2 1/2-3' stems. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsiim 'Fanal' (Red False Spirea)

Early blomming, red flowers on 2' stems. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Granat'
Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Greta Pungel' (Pink Star Astilbe)

July blomming. A low grower with bright pink flowers on 1 - 1.5' spikes. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Snowdrift' (False Spirea)

The whites form to date. Bright green mounds of cut foliage are topped by white plumes. Perfect in contrast to deeper colours. Grows to 2'. Z6

Image Soon Astilbe arendsii 'Ostrich Plume'
Image Soon Astilbe chinensis 'Pumila' (False Spirea)

Lilac-rose flowers blooming in July and August. Grows best in semi-shade, and tolerates drier soil. Good groundcover. H 12"

Image Soon Astilbe japonica 'Peach Blossom' (Peach-Pink False Spirea)

Early, mid-season creamy pink blossoms on 2' spikes. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe japonica 'Rhineland' (False Spirea)

Clear rose colored spikes in early summer. Grows to 24'. Z4

Image Soon Astilbe japonica 'Red Sentinel'
Image Soon Astilbe simplicicfolia 'Sprite' (False Spirea 'Pink')

Nominated 'Perennial Plant of the Year for 1994'. Eye-catching, poised and graceful with sprays of subtle pearl pink above a canopy of finely cut dark green foliage for months. Grows to 12-18". Z4

Image Soon Astilbe thunbergii 'Straussenfedder' (False Spirea)

Pink flowers in mid summer. Grows to 3'. Z4

Image Soon Athyrium felix-femina (Lady Fern)
Image Soon Athyrium nip. 'Pictum' (Japanese Painted Fern)

A clump-forming fern with painted pink to gray toned foliage on a maroon stalk. AThe colorful veriegated foliage make this a unique fern that stand out in the landscape. ALthough tolerant of heavy shade, it will do better in light shade. H 15-20". Z5

Image Soon Baptisia australis (False Indigo)

Deep gold flowers on bushy plants. An airy mass of colors in early spring. Wonderful planted in a wall or any well drained sunny site. H 12" Z5

Image Soon Bellis perennis 'Pomponette Mix' (English Daisy)

A mixed strain of Bellis with colors ranging from white to pink to red. Blooms spring to early summer on 4-5" stems. Good for edging or in the rock garden. Full sun to partial shade. Z3

Image Soon Bergenia cordifolia 'Bressingham Ruby' (Heart-Leaved Bergenia, Pig Squeak)

An improved form with bright burgandy foliage in the winter and early blooming pink flowers in spring. The heavy duty foliage remains cleaner throughout the summer and winter months than the species. Performs best in partial shade will tolerate heavy sun to deep shade provided rich moist soil. H 20-24" Z4

Image Soon Bergenia cordifolia 'Bressingham Salmon'
Image Soon Bergenia cordifolia 'Bressingham White' (Pig Squeak)

A robust, pure white flowered form of Bergenia 'Bressingham Ruby'. Unlike many white cultivars, 'Bressingham White' is a vigourous grower with heavy heads of flowers in early spring. H 20" Z4

Image Soon Brunnera macrophylla (Siberian Bugloss)

Leaves mostly basal, forming a dense, bright green, plant, darkening with age. Many small, blue, Forget-me-not-like flowers appear with the leaves Flowers from April to May. Plant in partial shade. H 15" Z4

Image Soon Brunnera macrophylla 'Variegata'
Image Soon Buddleia 'Black Knight'
Image Soon Buddleia 'Harlequin'
Image Soon Buddleia 'Petit Purple'
Image Soon Campanula carpatica 'Blue Clips' (Blue Carpathian Harebell)

A low dense mound covered in large blue flowers on 8" stems, mid-summer. Sun to part shade. Adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions. Z3

Image Soon Campanula carpatica 'White Clips' (White Carpathian Harebell)

Large white flowers on 8" stems. Blooming mid-summer. Sun to partial shade, adaptable to a wide variety of soil conditions. Z3

Image Soon Campanula cochleariifolia 'Bavarian Blue'
Image Soon Campanula cochleariifolia 'Bavarian White'
Image Soon Campanula persicifolia 'Chettle Charm' (Peach Leaved Bellflower)

Nodding stems of clear blue, bell-shaped flowers in mid-summer. Full sun to partial shade. Average soil. Grows to 2-3'. Z3

Image Soon Campanula persicifolia 'Telham Beauty'
Campanula poscharshyana 'Blue Waterfall'
Image Soon Centaurea caerulea
Image Soon Centaurea dealbata (Cornflower)

Rose-pink blossoms in June and July. Likes full sun, and well drained soil. Grows to 2'. Z4

Image Soon Centaurea montana 'Caerulea' (Perennial Cornflower)

Early to mid-summer bloomer. Solitary blue flowers on erect 12-24" stems. Full sun or partial shade, well drained soil. Z3

Image Soon Centaurea montana 'Gold Bullion'
Image Soon Cerastium tomentosum (Snow-In-Summer)

A silver foliage carpet covered with white flowers in late spring. Full sun and well drained soil. Z2

Image Soon Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips' (Pink Turtlehead)

Rose pink blossoms open up atop 2-3' red stems bearing rich green leaves. Better foliage than the species. Bronze foliage in early spring provides an additional season of interest. Z4

Image Soon Chelone obliqua (Turtlehead)

Rich rose-purple flower resembling a turtle's head in August and September. Sun to partial shade, moisture tolerant. H 2-3'. Z4

Image Soon Chrysanthemum 'Clara Curtis' (Dendranthema zawadskii 'Clara Curtis Daisy')

Multitudes of light, silvery-pink daisy-like flowers September through October. Very disease and drought resistant. Rapid spreading clumps. Hardy where other fall mims fail. H -3' Z4.

Image Soon Chrysanthemum 'Sheffield Pink' (Leucanthemum superbum)

Perennial blooming in OCtober with pale pink flowers. Very hardy. Full sun and well drained soil. Drought tolerant. Grows to 3'. Z5

Image Soon Cimicifuga racemosa 'Atropurpurea' (Snakeroot, Cohosh Bugbane)

Creamy white flowers with dark purplish leaves. H 5-6' Z4.

Image Soon Clematis heracleifolia 'Alan Bloom'
Image Soon Coreopsis auriculata 'Nana'
Image Soon Coreopsis grandiflora 'Baby Sun' (Lance Coreopsis)

Perennial, blooming in late summer with bright double yellow flowers with a red center. Full sun. Grows to 3'. Z4

Image Soon Coreopsis grandiflora 'Early Sunrise' (Early Sunrise Tickseed)

A 1989 Gold Medal winner with double yellow flowers beginning in late May. Prefers full sun in well-drained soil. Grows to 18". Z4

Image Soon Coreopsis grandiflora 'Flying Saucers' (Tickseed)

Golden-yellow flowers 2" across appear on 18-20" stems. Bloom from June until October. Z4

Image Soon Coreopsis grandiflora 'Sunray'
Image Soon Coreopsis grandiflora 'Tequila Sunrise'
Image Soon Coreopsis rosea (Pink Tickseed)

Delicate rosy-pink flowers bloom all summer on thread leaf foliage. A vigorous grower, excellent for dry sunny areas. H 12" Z5

Image Soon Coreopsis rosea 'Sweet Dreams'
Image Soon Coreopsis verticillata 'Golen Gain' (Native Tickseed)

Bears large golden flowers on compact clump forming plants. Doesn't spread like other thread leaved tickseed. H 24" Z3

Image Soon Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam' (Thread Leaf Coreopsis, Tickseed)

Dark fine cutleaf foliage with creamy yellow flowers. A profuse bloomer from late spring to late fall. Full sun & well-drained soil. Drought tolerant. 1992 Perennila Plant of the Year. H 24" Z3

Image Soon Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'
Image Soon Corydalis 'Blue Panda' (Blue Panda Corydalis)

A new introduction featuring electric blue flowers above finely textured foliage. Performs well in dry shade. H 12-15" Z5

Image Soon Corydalis 'China Blue'
Image Soon Corydalis lutea
Image Soon Crocosmia 'Bressingham Beacon' (Montbretia)

Flame orange flowers are borne on long arching stems over Iris-like foliage, making a stunning cut flower. Grow in full sun in rich moist soil. H 24" Z6

Image Soon Crocosmia 'Emberglow' (Montbretia)

Spectacular cut flower or border plants. Lare arching spikes draped with trumpet-shaped, brunt orange flowers rise from handsome clumps of sword-like foliage. Needs sun and well-drained soil. In extremely cold climates, mulch well or lift and store. H 2' Z5

Image Soon Crocosmia 'Lucifer' (Montbretia)

Arching spray of scarlet-red blossoms appear July-September on 30" stems above Iris-like fans. One of the hardiest Crocosmia introduced. In warmer wetter zones, may become invasive, but in New England this well behaved stunner forms slow colonies. Z5

Image Soon Delphinium 'Conn. Yankees'
Image Soon Delphinium 'Magic Fountain' (Dark Blue/White Bee)
Image Soon Delphinium 'Magic Fountain' (Lavender)
Image Soon Delphinium grandiflorum (Blue Mirror)

Navy blue, only 20" tall. Z4

Image Soon Delphinium, 'Pacific Giants'
Image Soon Delphinium 'Round Table Mixed'
Image Soon Delphinium 'Summer Skies'
Image Soon Dennstaedtia punct. (Hay Scented Fern)

Fronds are light green. Rhizomes creep underground and spread rapidly. Dry fronds are hay scented are turn almost white in fall. Invaluable landscape plant that can handle very dry and shady locations. Grows to 24". Z3

Image Soon Dianthus x 'Aqua' (Border Carnation)

Fragrant double white flowers in late spring/early summer on 12" stems. Z4

Image Soon Dianthus barbatus 'Indian Carpet' (Sweet William Indian Carpet)

A late spring flowering old fashioned perennial with a mix of red and white flowers. Full sun. Rich, well-drained soil. Grows to 12-15". Z4

Image Soon Dianthus 'Bath's Pink'
Image Soon Dianthus deltoides 'Artic Fire'
Image Soon Dianthus 'Frosty Fire'
Image Soon Dianthus 'Little Boy Blue'
Image Soon Dianthus 'Tiny Rubies' (Cheddr Pink)

Low mats of gray-green foliage. Double-pink flowers in spring. Full sun in well-drained soil. Great rock garden plant. Grows to 6". Z3

Image Soon Dianthus x allwoodii 'Oakington'
Image Soon Dicentra 'Adrian Bloom' (Pacific Bleeding Heart)

Fern-like richly colored foliage that is bluer than other varieties. Rich rose-red flowers are born form late spring to fall. Light shade and moist soil. H 12" Z4

Image Soon Dicentra eximia
Image Soon Dicentra 'Snowflakes'
Image Soon Dicentra spectablis (Bleeding Heart)

This bleeding heart features durable bluish foliage and numerous bright pink blooms that last from late spring until fall. Shade to partial shade and moist soil. H 15" Z3

Image Soon Dicentra spectablis 'Alba' (White Bleeding Heart)

White flowering form of the old fashioned bleeding heart. Partial shade. H 3' Z3

Image Soon Digitalis ambigua (Foxglove)

These self seeding biennials bear spikes of nodding tubular flowers in late spring to early summer. They prefer a moist site in full sun. A charming old cottafe garden favorite.

Image Soon Digitalis excelsior
Image Soon Digitalis mertonensis (Strawberry Foxglove)

Large, bell-shaped, rose colored flowers in summer. One of the best Digitalis with attractive foliage and large flowers. A true perennial. Full sun to partial shade. Moist well-drained soil. Grows to 3'. Z4

Image Soon Digitalis purpurea 'Foxy' (Foxglove)

Large flowers in a variety of colors from June to July. Grows to 4'. Z4

Image Soon Doronicum orientale 'Magnificum'
Image Soon Dryopteris celsa (Log Fern)
Image Soon Dryopteris erythrosora (Autumn Fern)

Deciduous fern growing to 18" in height, 12" in spread. New fronds are coppery-pink in spring, maturing to deep green and turning bright red in the fall. Fronds persist well into winter. Light shade and moist soil. Z5

Image Soon Echinacea purpurea 'Magnus' (Magnus Coneflower)

Selected form with good bright color and non-drooping ray florets. This long lasting cut flower blooms from early summer to early fall in full sun. Drought tolerant. The 1998 Perennial Plant of the Year. H 3' Z4

Image Soon Echinacea 'Knee High'
Image Soon Echinacea purpurea 'Bravado' (Purple Coneflower)

This cultivar features large broad petaled purple-magenta flowers that can grow to 4" in diameter. Blooms profusely from mid-summer to early fall. Plant in full sun. Drought tolerant. H 3-5' Z3

Image Soon Echinacea purpurea 'White Swan' (White Coneflower)

An elegant creamy white selection with bronze cones. Long blooming in full summer sun. Drought tolerant. H 2' Z3

Image Soon Echinops ritro (Globe Thistle)

Globular lavender-blue flowers on tall stems in July-September. Coarse, spiny foliage. Full sun. Can be used for dried arrangements. Drought resistant. Grows to 3-5' Z3

Image Soon Epimedium x rubrum
Image Soon Epimedium x versicolor 'Sulphureum'
Image Soon Epimedium x youngianum 'Niveum'
Image Soon Erigeron x 'Prosperity' (Fleabane)

Erect plant with single 1" rich blue-lavender flowers with yellow centers in mid summer. Full sun, well-drained soil. Grows to 3-4'. Z6

Image Soon Erigeron 'Profusion' (Fleabane)

Blooms all summer with white, changing to pink daisy-like flowers. Good for bed and containers.

Image Soon Eryngium 'Sapphire Blue'
Image Soon Eupatorium 'Chocolate' (White Snakeroot)

Richly colored chocolate leaves are borne on shiny purple-black stems. Pure white flowers appear in early fall and last until frost. This fabulous cut flower performs well in full sun with adequate moisture. Z4

Image Soon Eupatorium 'Cory' (Hardy Ageratum)

Improved cultivar of the native species. Brighter blue large fluffy flower heads appear from August through September. H 20" Z6

Image Soon Eupatorium maculatum 'Atropurpureum'
Image Soon Filipendula 'Kakome' (Dropwort)

A fine froth of rose flowers in mid-late summer top low tuffs of pale green heavily textured foliage. Plant in a constantly moist area in partial shade. H 12" Z4

Image Soon Filipendula purpurea 'Elegans' (Meadow Sweet)

An excellent compact cultivar producing arching sprays of richly fragrant fluffy white flowers with red anthers extending above maple like ruffled foliage. Adds striking texture to the garden. H 30-40" Z5

Image Soon Filipendula rubra 'Venusta Magnifica' (Medow Sweet, Queen of the Prairie)

Deep pink flowers are held above lofty plants in mid summer. Strong stems are self supporting and tolerate abusive winds and rains. Plant in full sun with adequate moisture. H 6' Z3

Image Soon Filipendula ulmaria 'Variegata' (Meadow Sweet)

LEafy stems bear creamy-white to yellowish flowers from late spring into summer. With it's bright yellow & green varigation, this is a great accent plant for moist shady areas. Grows to 2'.Z5

Image Soon Fragaria 'Pink Panda' (Pink Panda Strawberry P.P. #7598)

Large bright pink flowers dot the low trailing mounds of glossy green foliage in July and August. Needs full sun and well drained soil. H 3' Z4

Image Soon Fragaria 'Red Ruby'
Image Soon Gailardia 'Baby Cole'
Image Soon Gaillardia 'Goblin' (Blanket Flower)

Red flowers with yellow margins. Grows to 1'. Z4

Image Soon Gaillardia 'Mandarin' (Blanketflower)

Has a bi-color 'Flame' effect. The large yellow-orange flowers have handsome mahogany centers. Grows to 2'. Z4

Image Soon Gaura 'Corrie's Gold' (Variegated Gaura)

Gold, green and cream variegated foliage adds an extra season of interest to this lonf blooming perennial. Pink to white flowers appear on 2-3' stems. Good draining improves winter hardiness. Z6

Image Soon Gaura 'Siskyou Pink' (Pink Gaura)

Spectacular wine red buds open to rosy pink flowers atop 30" stems. Shorter and tidier than the species bearing darker foliage. Z5

Image Soon Gaura 'Whirling Butterflies'
Image Soon Geranium 'Ann Folkhard' (Cranesbill)

New foliage appears a bright golden chartreuse then fades to a light green providing a striking pallette for the bright magenta flowers with black eyes. A wonderful plant which weaves its way through the garden or up into nearby shrubs. Never fear, it's non-invasive and in fact, quite well behaved. Full, although leaf color is better in partial shade and rich moist soil. H 12" Z5

Image Soon Geranium 'Bressingham's Delight' (Cranesbill)

A great new introduction bearing bubble gum pink, slightly irridescent flowers. A 1997-98 Blooms of Bressingham indroduction. Grows well in partial shade. Drought tolerant. H 24" Z5

Image Soon Geranium cantabrigiense x 'Biokova' (Cambridge Geranium)

Plants bear white tinged pink flowers in June-July. Grows to 6-8". Z5

Image Soon Geranium cinereum 'Ballerina' (Grayleaf Cranesbill)

A small compact plant with deeply cut gray-green foliage. Flowers most of the summer with soft pale pink flowers with prominent dark pink veins. Z5

Image Soon Geranium dalmaticum
Image Soon Geranium himalayense
Image Soon Geranium macrorrhizum 'Ingwerson's Variety' (Bigroot Geranium)

Bushy plant with brilliant magenta flowers in spring and pungent scented leaves. Full sun to part shade in any soil conditions. H 18". Z4

Image Soon Geranium macrorrhizum 'Bevan's Variety' (Bigroot Geranium)

An effective weed smothering groundcover for tough dry conditions bearing magenta flowers with deep red sepals. Foliage is large with a pungent spicy scent and is nearly evergreen. Full sun to part shade in any soil conditions. H 15" Z4

Image Soon Geranium psilostemon (Armenian Geranium)

Magenta-red flowers with black centers on big, handsome plants with broad textural foliage. An impressive plant with a lot of impact. Plants perform best in broken shade with rich, moist soil. H 3' Z5

Image Soon Geranium 'Rozanne'
Image Soon Geranium sanguineum 'John Elsley' (Bloody Cranesbill)

Prostrate growth, drought and heat tolerance, long bloom season and bright carmine flowers with dark veins make this a very classy garden subject. Z4

Image Soon Geranium sanguineum striatum (Bloody Cranesbill)

Thought to be the best form bearing pink flowers with magenta veining on tight mounds of foliage. Blooms almost all summer. Heat and drought tolerant. Z3

Image Soon Geranium 'Splish Splash' (Cranesbill)

A G. pratense cultivar bearing wite flowers with lavender splashes on the petals. Full sun in rich moist soil. H 2". Z5

Image Soon Goniolimon tataricum
Image Soon Gypsophila paniculata 'Pink Fairy'
Image Soon Gypsophila paniculata 'Snowflake'
Image Soon Gypsophila paniculata 'Viette's Dwarf'
Image Soon Helenium 'Bruno' (Sneezeweed)

Long blooming variety begings in late-summer and continues into fall with masses of bronze red flowers atop 3-4' stems. Plant in full sun in moist conditions. Z3

Image Soon Helenium 'Coppelia' (Sneezeweed)

A 1997-98 Blooms of Bressingham introduction bearing coppery orange flowers atop sturdy 39" stems (No staking). Larger blossoms than other varieties. Z3

Image Soon Helianthus salicifolius 'First Light'
Image Soon Helianthus salicifolius 'Low Down'
Image Soon Helianthemum 'Annabel' (Sun Rose, Rock Rose)

Pure pink double with a 2' spread of small green foliage. They can withstand dry and even starved soil, but require a well drained site. Wherever there is sun and drainage they will flower freely summer-long. H 12" Z5

Image Soon Heliopsis 'Bressingham Doubloon'
Image Soon Heliopsis helian var scabra 'Summer Sun' (False Sunflower)

Three to four inch orange daisy-like flowers on 3-4' stems throughout the summer. Excellent cut flower and a vigorous naturalizer for wild gardens. Full sun. Easily adapts to different soil types. Z4

Image Soon Heliopsis 'Loraine Sunshine' (False Sunflower P.P. #10690)

Large golden yellow daisy flowers from mid-summer to frost. A stunning variety with unique variegated foliage. Leaves are white with dark green veins. H 16" Z4

Image Soon Helleborus niger (Christmas Rose)

An evergreen perennial with white cup-shaped flowers in late winter. Prefers sun to part shade and deep rich neutral to slightly limey soil. It is particularly desirable because of its large late blooms. Grows to 12" Z4

Image Soon Helleborus orientalis (Lenten Rose)

Leathery dark green foliage. Three to 4" wide flowers to purple in earlyspring. Shade and rich soil. H 1-2' Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Flava' (Lemon Lily)

Lovely old-fashioned plant that is returning to popularity amonf those suffering from new variety burn-out. Tall, slender, lemon-yellow and lemon-scented. Narrow grass-like foliage. The first daylily to bloom. Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns' (Daylily)

Pale yellow repeat bloomer, to 24". Z3

Image Soon Hemerocallis x 'Hyperion' (Daylily)

Fragrant lemon yellow, early. Grows to 36"

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Elizabeth'
Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Emily' (Daylily)

Ruffled, round, clear lavebder blooms accented by darker veins and near white mibribs. 5 1/4" flowers appear midseason above the lush green foliage. H 16" Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Eva' (Daylily)

Spectacular violet blooms appear on 30" stems in mid-summer. This repeat bloomer is a 1998 Blooms of Bressingham indroduction. Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Georgia'
Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady FLorence'
Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Jackie'
Image Soon Hemerocallis "Lady Lucille' (Daylily)

Intense orange, 6" flower with striking yellow-gold midribs and deeper orange-red blush surrounding a gold throat with green heart appear mid to late season. H 24" Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Rose'
Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Lady Scarlett'
Image Soon Hemerocallis mini Stella
Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Miss Amelia'

Pale yellow 3 1/2" fragrant flowers appearing early with repeat blooming. High bud count, and plants rapidly increase in size. H 14" Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Miss Mary Mary' (Daylily)

Golden yellow flowers are produced in early summer which, when they begin their repeat bloom cycle return as fully double blossoms on this dwarf plant. A 1998 Blooms of Bressingham introdution. Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Miss Tinkerbell' (Daylily)

3 3/4" delicate peach-pink flowers accented be a coral eye form in midseason with repeat blooming. Handsome clumps of rich blue-green foliage form quickly. H 15" Z4

Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Pandora's Box'
Image Soon Hemerocallis 'Pardon Me'
Image Soon Hemerocallis x 'Stella de Oro' (Daylily)

Dwarf, with gold blossoms. Repeat bloomer. Grows to 20". Z3

Image Soon Heuchera 'Bressingham Bronze' (Bressingham Bronze Heuchera)

Large bronze-purple crinkled leaves, bright purple beneath, form a striking mound from which rise arching stems topped by fine off-white flowers. The darkest and most reliab;e bronze leaved heuchera. Sun and heat tolerant in moist well drained soil. H 28". Z4

Image Soon Heuchera 'Palace Purple' (Small-Flowered Alumroot)

The classic deep purple Heuchera, bearing ivy shaped leaves and small white flowers in late spring. The foliage color makes this a great addition to the perennial garden. Full sun to partial shade. Perennial Plant of he Year in 1994. Grows to 1-2'. Z4

Image Soon Heuchera 'Rosemary Bloom'
Image Soon Heucherella 'Bridget Bloom' (Foamy Bells)

An interesting hybrid of two genera (Heuchera x Tiarella). Vigorous and long-blooming, from spring through summer. Light pink. Full sun to partial shade. Moist, well-drained soil. Grows to 20". Z5

Image Soon Heucherella 'Quicksilver'
Image Soon Hibiscus 'Disco Belle Mixed'
Image Soon Hibiscus 'Lord Baltimore'
Image Soon Hibiscus moscheutos 'Southern Belle' (Rose Mallow)

Large grower, with white, red and pink flowers 6" in diameter. Best in full sun dand moist soil. H 4'

Hosta albo-Marginata (Plantain Lily)

Green leaves edged in white. Grows to 18". Z4

Image Soon Hosta 'Bressingham Blue' (Plantain Lily)

A selection of H. sieboldiana thought to be one of the best large leaved blues available. Rounded, puckered foliage with white flowers on 30" scapes. H 20" Z4

Image Soon Hosta 'Gold Drop'
Image Soon Hosta 'Gold Edger' (Plantain Lily)

Light green heart-shaped laves, yellow margins. Four-inch leaves form a tight, low mound. Purple flowers. H 12" Z4

Hosta 'Golden Tiara'
Hosta fortuneii 'Francee' (Plantain Lily)

Green heart-shaped leaves with white margin. Lavender flowers in July and August. Grows 15-20". Z3

Image Soon Hosta fortuneii Aureomarginata
Image Soon Hosta sieboldiana 'Great Expectations' (Plantain Lily)

Large roung puckered blue and light green leaves. The center of the leaf is yellow-cream. A dense mass of white flowers appear in midsummer. H 22". Z3

Image Soon Hosta 'Flavocircinalis'
Image Soon Hosta 'Frances Williams' (Plantain Lily)

Blue-green round puckered leaves with wide golden border. Lavender-white flowers. H 2-3'. Z3

Image Soon Hosta 'Hillbilly Blues'
Image Soon Hosta x 'Honeybells' (Plantain Lily)

Hybrid of H. plantaginea. Upright grower with light green leaves and fragrant soft lavender flowers. Grows rapidly to form large clump. H 24" Z4

Image Soon Hosta 'June'
Image Soon Hosta 'Krossa Regal' (Plantain Lily)

Large, oval, powder blue upright leaves. Pale lavender flowers on 4' stems in July. H 3' Z4

Image Soon Hosta Minuteman
Image Soon Hosta 'Northern Halo'
Image Soon Hosta fortunei 'Patriot' (Plantain Lily)

A large specimen plant with dark forest green leaves and a wide pure-white margin; lavender flowers early in mid-summer. H 22" Z3

Image Soon Hosta 'Potomac Pride'
Image Soon Hosta 'Regal Splendor'
Hosta x 'Royal Standard' (Plantin Lily)

Vigorous hybrid of H. plantaginea. Fast growing green-leaved form wiht large, well-shaped, very fragrant white flowers. A good selection as it does well in sun or shade. Grows to 28". Z4

Image Soon Hosta 'Samuel Blue'
Image Soon Hosta sieboldiana var elegans (Plantin Lily)

Large blueish cupped leaves are heavily textured. Fragrant white flowers appear on compact scapes in early summer. A specimen. Grows to 36". Z3

Image Soon Hosta 'Sum & Substance' (Plantin Lily)

A huge chartreause-gold specimen. This variety is slug resistant. White flowers appear in mid-summer. H 3'. Z3

Image Soon Hosta 'Wild Brim' (Plantain Lily)

Blue-green center with wide irregular cream and gold margins. Large pale lavender flowers in summer. H 18". Z4

Image Soon Hosta "Wolverine'
Image Soon Hypericum calycinum
Image Soon Iberis sempervirens 'Snowflake'
Image Soon Iris pallida albo-veriegata (Orris-Root Iris)

Violet blooming in late spring with a cream white veriegation. Well-drained soils.Cultivated for orris-root used by the perfume industry. Likes a warm, sunny spot. Grows to 3-4'. Z4

Image Soon Iris pseudoacorus (Yellow Flag)

Excellent in wet area-though tolerates average soils. Bright yellow flowers in early summer. Full sun to partial shade. Grows to 3-5'. Z4

Image Soon Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother' (Siberian Iris)

Deep purple flowers. Grows to 3'. Z4

Image Soon Iris versicolor (Blue Flag Iris)

Native blue flag of swamps and wet ditches. Adapts to drier soils. Grows to 3'. Z3

Image Soon Kalimeris yomena 'Aurea'
Image Soon Kirengeshoma palmata (Kirengeshoma)

A bushy plant with large creamy-yellow flowers in September. Needs lime-free moist soil. Grows to 3'. Z6

Image Soon Kniphofia 'Bressingham Comet' (Red Hot Poker)

Red tipped blooms with yellow bases appear in midsummer and continue into fall on slender flower spikes. Thin grass like foliage. Plant in full sun in well draines soil. A 1997-98 Blooms of Bressingham introduction. H 24" Z5

Image Soon Kniphofia 'Shining Sceptre' (Red Hot Poker)

Vigorous plant put forth wide flower heads with pale orange top and golden yellow bases in early summer. A heavy bloomer requiring full sun and a well drained site. A 1997-98 Blooms of Bressingham introduction. H 3' Z5

Image Soon Lavandula a. 'Blue Cushion' (Lavender)

A spectacular dwarf with free-flowering, deep blue flowers and gray-green foliage. Grows to 16" Z5

Image Soon Lavandula a. 'Hidcote'
Image Soon Lavandula a. 'Martha Roderick'
Image Soon Lavandula a. 'Munstead'
Image Soon Lavandula x intermedia 'Fred Boutin'
Image Soon Lavandula x intermedia 'Grosso'
Image Soon Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence'
Image Soon Leucanthemum 'Becky' (Shasta Daisy)

The ultimate shasta daisy! Large, single white blossoms appear on 30-36" sturdy stems from June to October. Holds up well to heat and humidity. Z4

Image Soon Leucanthemum 'Crazy Daisy'
Image Soon Leucanthemum 'Silver Princess'
Image Soon Leucanthemum x superbum 'Snowcap' (Shasta Daisy)

A low, tight vigorous plant blanketed with single white blossoms in early summer. Long lasting. H 20" Z4

Image Soon Leucanthemum x sup. 'Summer Snowball' (Summer Snowball Daisy)

Pure white double blooms nearly tennis ball size. A noteworthy new cut flower. Grows to 30". Z4

Image Soon Liatris spicata 'Floristan White' (White Liatris)

Creamy white flowers. Z3

Image Soon Liatris spicata 'Kobold' (Gatfeather Kobold)

Spike Gayfeather. A compact variety with dark purple flowers in August and September. Full sun. Grows to 24". Z3

Image Soon Ligularia przewalski
Image Soon Ligularia 'Sun Gold' (Golden Ray)

A busy plant with a fine display of deep golden-orange flowers on branching stems. Reaching 5' and spreading 2'. Z4

Image Soon Lingularia 'The Rocket' (Lingularia)

An Alan Bloom introduction with large green leaves and tall spikes of yellow flowers in late summer. Sun to part shade. Moist soil. Allow plenty of space. Grows 4-5'. Z4

Image Soon Liriope 'Big Blue'
Image Soon Liriope 'Majestic'
Image Soon Liriope "Variegata'
Image Soon Lithodora 'Heavenly Blue' (Lithodora)

Gorgeous gentian-blue flowers on prostrate, hairy plants in spring. Needs lime-free soil and a protected site. Z6

Image Soon Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal Flower)

Erect plant with red tube-like flowers in racemes, early to late summer. Light shade and moist soils are preferred. Excellent wetland and water garden plant, though it adapts well in the border garden. Attracts hummingbirds. H 3-4'. Z3

Image Soon Lobelia 'Queen Victoria' (Cardinal Flower)

Brillant red flowers & bronze foliage. Plants grow to 5' in flower. Full sun to partial shade. Moist soil. Can also be grown partially submerged in water gardens. Z6

Image Soon Lobelia siphilitica (Great Blue Lobelia)

Spikes of blue flowers in late summer. Does better in partial shade and likes plenty of miosture. Native to the northern United States. Grows to 2'. Z4

Image Soon Lupinus 'Gallery Mix'
Image Soon Lupinus 'Russell's Hybrids'
Image Soon Lysimachia clethroides (Gooseneck Loosestrife)

This vigorous perennial has numerous white, arching flowers. Enjoys moist soils in full sun to partial shade. Can be grown partially submerged in the water garden. Z4

Image Soon Lysimachia punctata 'Alexandra'
Image Soon Malva alcea var. fastigiata
Image Soon Matteuccia struthiopteris (Ostrich Fern)

A tall grower to 4-6', with large broad leaves. A wonderful addition to the shade garden. Prefers very moist site and lots of humus. The sourse of edible 'fiddleheads' in early spring. Z4

Image Soon Monarda 'Blue Stocking'
Image Soon Monarda 'Cambridge Scarlet'
Image Soon Monarda 'Gardenview Scarlet' (Beebalm)

Strong red , mildew resistant. Grows to 3 1/2'. Z4

Image Soon Monarda 'Marshall's Delight' (Marshall's Delight Beebalm)

A bright pink flowered cultivar know to have mildew-resistance. Moist soil. Full sun to partial shade. Monarda's are one of the easiest perennials to grow. H 3' Z4

Image Soon Monarda 'Prairie Night' (Bee Balm)

Deep purple-lilac flowers.

Image Soon Myostis alpestris 'Indigo Blue'
Image Soon Nepeta 'Dawn to Dusk'
Image Soon Nepeta faassenii 'Dropmore' (Catmint)

Tough perennial with gray, aromatic foliage and blue flowers in loose spikes in summer. Somewhat sprawling growth is healthiest in full sun and well-drained soil. A spledid plant to accompany roses. Grows to 12-15". Z3

Image Soon Nepeta 'Six Hills Giant' (Catmint)

The largest catmint, with larger leaves & large deep blue flowers. Grows to 2 1/2'. Z3

Image Soon Nepeta 'Souvenir d'Andre Chaudron' (Catmint)

Extremly hardy selection bearing blue flowers on compact plants. Seems to bloom all summer long! Full sun and good drainage. H 2-3'. Z4

Nipponanthemum nipponicum (Montauk, Nippon Daisy)

Large white flowers on sturdy 18-24" stems in late summer and early fall. One of the most colorful perennials in the fall landscape. Full sun, well drained soil. Z5

Image Soon Oenothera missouriensis (Ozark Sundrop)

A low grower with large yellow flowers in summer. Tolerant of poor soils and drought conditions. Full sun. Grows to 10". Z4

Image Soon Oenethera 'Siskiyou Pink' (Pink Evening Primrose)

Prostrate variety suitable in a rock garden or front border. Fragrant pink flowers persist all summer. Tolerates dry soils. Full sun. Grows to 10". To 2-3". Z5

Image Soon Opuntia humifusa
Image Soon Origanum laevigatum 'Herrenhausen' (Ornamental Oregano)

A splendid plant for many uses. Mats of dark foliage give rise to 2' flower stems that bear clusters of dark pink flowers from mid summer on, followed by maroon seed hearts that carry color into the fall. Can be dried. Drought tolerant. Spreads, but not an invasive nuisance. Z5

Image Soon Osmunda cinnamomea (Cinnamon Fern)

Large, vase-shaped fern with upright cinnamon-colored fronds in center. Enjoys shade and moist soil. Grows to 3-4'. Z4

Image Soon Osmunda regalis (Royal Fern)
Image Soon Papaver alpinum
Image Soon Papaver nudicaule 'Champagne Bubbles' (Iceland Poppies)

Absolutely breathtaking 5" silky flowers in clear, paint-box pastels. Short-lived perennials that reward you with blooms from early spring to mid summer. Great cut flowers. Grows to 15". Z3

Image Soon Papaver nudicaule 'Garden Gnone' (Iceland Poppy)

Smaller flowers in deeper, bright colors. Stunning bedders and cut flowers. TO 12'. Z3

Image Soon Papaver orientale 'Beauty of Livermore' (Oriental Poppy)

Truly deep red flowers. Full sun and good drainage. Z4

Image Soon Papaver orientale 'Prince of Orange' (Oriental Poppy)

Brilliant orange flowers. Z3

Image Soon Papaver orientale 'Princess Victoria Louise'
Image Soon Penstemon digitalis 'Husker's Red' (Husker's Red Beard-Tongue)

Bronze foliage throughout the season with 2-3' spikes of white bells in June. Perennial plant of the year in 1996. Z6

Image Soon Penstemon 'Elfin Pink'
Image Soon Penstemon 'Scarlet Queen'
Image Soon Peony 'Duchess DeNemours'
Image Soon Peony 'Felix Crousse'
Image Soon Perovskia atriplicifolia (Russian Sage)

A graceful perennial with gray-green foliage and blue flowers throughout the summer. Pungent foliage when crushed. Prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Drought tolerant. Perennial plant of the year in 1995. H 3-4'. Z5

Image Soon Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Filigran' (Cutleaf Russian Sage)

Very fine textured ferny foliage. Long bloomer from July to September. Preforms well in hot dry locations, but requires a well drained site. H 42". Z5

Image Soon Perovskia 'Longin'
Image Soon Persicaria affinis 'Dimity' (Firetail)

Charming deep pink flower, shaded paler with time, colorful autumn tints. A vigorous grower with good color in mid summer. Grows to 9-18". Z6

Image Soon Persicaria amplexicaulis (Firetail)

Long blooming foundation of the summer garden. Bright red 3-4" stems of flowers from July to frost. Vigorous grower performs best in light shade. H 4' Z5

Image Soon Persicaria amplexicaulis 'Taurus' (Fleece Flower)

Large, scarlet bottle brush flowers from early summer to mid fall. Full flower spikes with good color plus the added benefit of shorter plant habit. H 30" Z5

Image Soon Persicaria bistoria 'Superba'
Image Soon Phlox carolina 'Miss Lingard' (Carolina Phlox)

A native phlox with lustrous, thick, mildew-resistant foliage & white flowers that last three weeks at mid-summer. Full sun to partial shade and rich, moist soil. Grows to 4'. Z3

Image Soon Phlox maculata 'Natasha'
Image Soon Phlox paniculata 'David'
Image Soon Phlox paniculata 'Eva Cullum' (Summer Phlox)

Warm pink with a red eye. Plant has thin leaves with raised, reticule veins and with minutely ciliate-toothed margins. Z4

Image Soon Phlox paniculata 'Franz Schubert' (Summer Phlox)

Lilac blue flowers with a star shaped crimson eye on 30-36" stems in summer. One of the most mildew resistant cultivars yet introduced. Moist well-drained soil and full sun. Z3

Image Soon Phlox paniculata 'Nora Leigh'
Image Soon Phlox paniculata 'Shortwood' (Garden Phlox)

Pink flowers with dark pink eye in summer. Slightly taller and nearly mildew resistant. H 45". Z4

Image Soon Phlox paniculata 'Starfire'
Image Soon Phlox stolonifera 'Bruce's White'
Image Soon Phlox stolonifera 'Home Fries' (Creeping Phlox)

A profuse bloomer producing masses of pink flowers in spring. This long bloomer forms a mat of narrow leafy foliage. Performs well in full sun and shade. H 10" Z4

Image Soon Phlox subulata 'Atropurpurea'
Image Soon Phlox subulata 'Candy Stripe'
Image Soon Phlox subulata 'Crimson Beauty'
Image Soon Phlox subulata 'Oakington Blue Eyes' (Moss Phlox)

Large clear pale blue flowers form a tidy mat of color in early spring. Needs a well drained site. Tolerates rocky conditions well. H 6" Z4

Image Soon Phlox subulata 'White Delight'
Image Soon Phlox x douglasii 'Cracker Jack' (Moss Phlox)

Similar in growth habit to P. subulata, but with finer, neater foliage. Brilliant magenta flowers appear from May-June. Striking color! H4". Z5

Image Soon Physostegia 'Variegata' (Variegated Obedient Plant)

Clear white leaf margins. Very showy foiliage, pink flowers in mid-summer. Z4

Image Soon Physostegia virginiana 'Rosea'
Image Soon Platycodon grandiflorus 'Hime Murasaki'
Image Soon Platycodon grandiflorus 'Sentimental Blue' (Balloon Flower)

Deep blue balloon flowers on short (8") stems, summer. Well drained soil. Sun to part shade. Z5

Image Soon Polemonium 'Brise d'Anjou' (Variegated Jacob's Ladder)

A spectacular elegantly variegated form of Jacob's Ladder with bi-colored leaves. The variegated ranges from cream to gold with the color intensifying on the flower stems. Produces lavender flowers in early summer. Stable variegation. A 1997-98 Blooms of Bressingham Indroduction. Performs well in full sun to part shade as long as adequate moisture is provided. H 20" Z4

Image Soon Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas Fern)

Evergreen foliage on cascading stems. Native woodland plant requires light shade and moist well-drained soils. Grows to 15". Z4

Image Soon Polystichum polyblepharum (Tassel Fern)
Image Soon Polystichum tsus-simense (Korean Rock Fern)
Image Soon Primula 'Katy McSparron'
Image Soon Pulmonaria 'David Ward'
Image Soon Pulmonaria 'Highdown' (Lungwort)

Display of dangling, rich blue flowers and silver marked foiliage, leafy & vigorous with a 1 x 2' spread. Earlier blooming and taller than the species. Z4

Image Soon Pulmonaria 'Leopard' (Lungwort)

The outermost basal leaves are somewhat tapered to the petiole, always with large, white, overlapping spots. Z4

Image Soon Pulmonaria 'Margery Fish' (Margery Fish Lungwort)

Silvery spots on foliage. Pink flowers fade to blue in spring. Enjoys shade and moist soils. Grows to 18". Z3

Image Soon Pulmonaria 'Mrs. Moon'
Image Soon Pulmonaria 'Sissinghurst White' (Lungwort)

An elegant plant bearing pure white flowers over deep green leaves with clear silvery white spots. H 10" Z4

Image Soon Rudbeckia fulgida 'Goldstrum' (Black-Eyed Susan, Conflower)

A popular summer bloomer with masses of yellow flowers. The 1999 Perennial Plant of the Year. H 3' Z3

Image Soon Rudbeckia 'Viette's Little Suzy' (Dwarf Black-Eyed Susans)

Masses of 2' golden flowers with dark cones on wiry stems cover the tidy narrow foiliage of this little gem. Its short stature and well behaved growth habit make it perfect for the front of the border or as a container subject. Long blooming late July-September. H 16" Z4.

Image Soon Salvia 'Blue Hill'
Image Soon Salvia 'Blue Queen' (Hybrid Blue Salvia)

Erect plant with violet-blue flowers mid-summer to frost. Prefers sun and well-drained soil. Grows to 12-16". Z4

Image Soon Salvia 'East Friesland'
Image Soon Salvia x sylvestris 'Indigo' (Sage)

Deep blue flowers on graceful branching spikes. Produces a solid second bloom if sheared after first blooming. H 3" Z4

Image Soon Salvia 'Lubeca'
Image Soon Salvia 'May Night' (Dark Purple Sage)

Dark purple flower spikes are borne on compact coarsly foliaged plants in late spring to early summer. Performs well in full sun in well drained garden soil. Drought tolerant. 1997 Perennial Plant of the Year. H 18-24" Z5

Image Soon Salvia 'Purple Rain' (Salvia)

Large leaved, bushy plants bear smokey purple flowers from late spring to mid summer. Tolerante of poor soils with average moisture. H 2' Z5

Image Soon Salvia 'Rose Queen' (Pink Hybrid Sage)

Pink flower spikes. Summer flowering. Full sun. Drought tolerant. H 24" Z4

Image Soon Saxifraga 'Purple Robe' (Saxifrage)

Low growing vigorous spreading hardy form that blooms deep purple countinuosly. An excellent rock garden plant. Average soil in full sun to partial shade. H 8" Z4

Image Soon Scabiosa columbria 'Butterfly Blue' (Pincushion)

An extravagant performer with lavender blue blooms from May to heavy frost. Neat, compact habit. Plant in full sun in well drained soil. H 18-24" Z5

Image Soon Scabiosa x columbaria 'Pink Mist' (Pincushion Flower)

Large clear pink flowers throughout the summer on 12" stems. Adapts to a wide variety of soil conditions and tolerates partial shade. PP08957 Asexual propogation prohibited. H 18-24" Z5

Image Soon Scabiosa ochroleuca (Cream Pincushion FLower)

Primrose yellow flowers 1" wide in summer. Foliage is gray-green. A clump grower and outstanding plant when grown in full sun and well-drained soil. H 3' Z5

Image Soon Sedum 'Albo Variegata'
Image Soon Sedum 'Arthur Branch'
Image Soon Sedum 'Bronze Carpet'
Image Soon Sedum 'Autumn Joy' (Stonecrop)

Masses of pink flowers gradually turning from red to bronze in August-September. A durable plant that can take care of itself. Sun or light shade. Any well-drained soil. Z4

Image Soon Sedum 'Bertram Anderson' (Stonecrop)

A low tight mound of tidy foliage bearing richer blue-burgandy color than 'Verna Jameson'. Blooms are bright carmine-rose in August-September. A spectacular plant for a well drained, sunny spot. H 10" Z4

Image Soon Sedum 'Brilliant' (Stonecrop)

Large heads of showy, deep-rose flowers. Blossoming late summer through fall. Sun to light shade. Any well-drained soil. Grows to 12-18" Z4

Sedum 'Dragon's Blood' - Green Form (Stonecrop)

Flowers a deeper rose-red. Same attractive bronze foliage as 'Bronze Carpet'. Excellent groundcovers for sunny locations with poor soil. Z3

Image Soon Sedum x 'Frosty Morn' (Stonecrop)

Dramatic foliage with wide white bands provide eason long interest. White to pink flowerheads appear in autumn on this compact grower. provide full sun and a well drained location. H 21" Z4

Image Soon Sedum kamshaticum 'Variegatus' (Stonecrop)

Variegated green and white foliage. Yellow flowers come into bloom in the spring. H 4-5". Z3

Image Soon Sedum 'Matrona'
Image Soon Sedum x 'Ruby Glow'
Image Soon Sedum 'Tri-Color' (Stonecrop)

A ground cover. In cooler weather the white edges of the green leaves are touched with pink. Spectacular in a large area and interesting in a rock garden. Full sun to part shade. Any well-drained soil. Z4

Image Soon Sedum 'Vera Jameson' (Purple-Leaved Stonecrop)

New hybrid with deep purple leaves and pink flowers in late summer, early fall. Forms cascading mounds. Full sun and average soil. Grows to 9-12" Z4

Image Soon Sedum 'Wienstephaner Gold'
Image Soon Sidalcea hybrida 'Stark's Variety' (Prairie Mallow)

Deep rose flowers. Excellent for cut flowers. Z5

Image Soon Silene maritima 'Swan Lake' (Catchfly)

Pure white double flowers on long stems drape over the bluish foliage of this groundcover or hanging basket specimen. H 3". Z5

Image Soon Solidago 'Fireworks' (Fireworks Goldenrod)

A compact clump with gold flower clusters that radiate out like an explosion of fireworks in late summer. Full sun to partial shade. Tolerates poor soils. H 3-4'. Z3

Image Soon Stachys 'Helene Von Stein' (Big Ears)

Broad leaves twice the size of other Lambs Ears. A strong clumping habit. Z4

Image Soon Stokesia laevis 'Traumerei' (Stoke's Aster)

Large white with pink blossoms bloom in July and last until frost. Great for cut flowers. H 12" Z5

Image Soon Thalictrum aquilegifolium (Meadow Rue)

Three-foot-tall plant has clouds of purple flowers in summer. Grows in a moist spot in partial shade. H 4' Z5

Image Soon Thekypteris (Japanese Beach Fern)
Image Soon Thermopsis lanceolata
Image Soon Tiarella cordifolia
Image Soon Tradescantia 'Concord Grape'
Image Soon Tradescantia virginiana 'Red Cloud'
Image Soon Tricyrtis hirta 'Miyazaki' (Toad Lily)

Exotic lily-like blooms cover graceful arching stems in early October. Blooms light cream mottled with purple inside. Perfect in the shade garden. Grows 1-3'. Z5

Image Soon Veronica 'Goodness Grows' (Speedwell)

Dark blue flowers throughout the summer. Grows to 12-15". One of the largest blooming Veronicas. Z3

Image Soon Veronica austriaca 'Crater Lake Blue'
Image Soon Veronica 'Icicle' (White Speedwell)

Clean white flowers from early June until frost. Lustrous spot-free foliage. Full sun to light shade. Average garden soil. Z3

Image Soon Veronica spicata 'Sunny Border Blue' (Speedwell Sunny Border Blue)

Neat clump grower with dense spires of color from mid June through August. Full sun to part shade. Fertile well-drained soil. Reaches 10-15" in height. Z4

 

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