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Paeonia 'Cora Louise'
Geranium 'Max Frei'
2018
PERENNIAL BARE ROOT
C ATA L O G U E

Dear Darwin Plants Customer,

We proudly present to you our Perennial Bare Root Catalogue for 2018. As you probably
noticed, the layout and colours have changed extensively.

This Summer of 2017, Darwin Plants will move location to a brand new facillity in Rijsenhout,
The Netherlands. This move will help us to serve you even better in the future. Being part of the
‘Kébol‘ organisation will not change anything in how we at Darwin Plants work with you. We
are convinced it creates more opportunities for you as a customer in doing business with us!
Fred Meiland
As we do every year, we have added many new varieties to the
range so that you the customer have the best selection of varieties
from which to choose.

Our goal is to provide you with outstanding quality bare root, so
that you are able to succesfully grow and sell these plants. With
our experienced staff, our goal is to help you achieve this.

We are proud to offer you:
Kees van der Meij Mark van Duyn

• A wealth of skill and an experienced staff on hand to guide you
from variety selection to cultural support. For information please
contact: info@darwinplants.com

• A dedicated customer service team that can help you with all
your order and shipping enquiries. For information please
contact: info@darwinplants.com

• A knowlegable Perennial sales team, here to advise you which
varieties to grow and how to grow them successfully. For information in the USA
and Canada, please contact: mvanduyn@darwinplants.com
or fmeiland@darwinplants.com. Kébol facility in Rijsenhout, The Netherlands

For information outside of the USA and Canada, please contact:
kvandermeij@darwinplants.com

Thank you for choosing Darwin Plants as your bare root supplier
and I hope you have a successful season.

Fred Meiland
GENERAL MANAGER

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2018 TABLE OF CONTENTS

3 23-110
Why Darwin Plants 2018 Perennial
Bare Root Bare Root Varieties

4-6 111-113
Most Popular and
Af fordable Varieties
Cultural Instructions

7-13 114-119
Great and Most Popular Bare USPP & Plant
Root Landscape Varieties Breeders’ Rights

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Ordering Information
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15-22 Inside Back
2018 NEW Perennial Cover
Bare Root Varieties Terms & Conditions

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WHY DARWIN PLANTS BARE ROOT?
The most comprehensive and creative range of bare root Perennials on the market. All sourced from
cutting-edge genetics and breeders around the world. With 28 years experience in this market, Darwin
Perennials has built a strong reputation for high quality bare roots,
innovative varieties and vast knowledge of its products.

In a matter of just weeks
a high quality, premium
Perennial is available
for sale.
Your bare root looks like this...it’s vernalised and
ready to flower in the first year. All Darwin products * Bare root sizes will
vary from genus to
are carefully graded to give consistently high quality
genus and variety
and uniform bare roots in every package.
to variety.

An inside look at the Darwin Bare Root process
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On request, all Darwin
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colour pot tag.

Full cultural step-by-step instructions
are supplied with every order on how
to pot and grow your bare roots for
the best possible start.

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Most Popular and
Affordable Varieties
Astilbe Younique Red Hemerocallis Stella d ‘Oro
Astilbe Younique Pink Hosta First Frost
Brunnera macrophylla Hosta Guacamole
Crocosmia Emily McKenzie Hosta Patriot
Crocosmia Lucifer Iris Butter and Sugar
Dicentra spectabilis Iris Caesar’s Brother
Dicentra Luxuriant Liatris floristan Violet
Geranium sanguineum Max Frei Paeonia lactiflora double Pink
Geranium sanguineum Ankum’s Pride Paeonia lactiflora double Red
Geranium Johnson’s Blue Paeonia lactiflora double White
Geranium Elke Salvia Lyrical Blues
Geranium Ingwersen’s Variety Sedum Carl
Hemerocallis Pardon Me Background image:
Sedum 'Carl'

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Most Popular and Affordable Varieties

Astilbe Younique Red (P) Astilbe Younique Pink (P) Brunnera macrophylla

Crocosmia 'Emily McKenzie' Crocosmia 'Lucifer' Dicentra spectabilis

Geranium sanguineum Geranium sanguineum
Dicentra 'Luxuriant' 'Max Frei' 'Ankum’s Pride'

Geranium 'Johnson’s Blue' Geranium 'Elke' Geranium 'Ingwersen’s Variety'

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Most Popular and Affordable Varieties

Hemerocallis 'Pardon Me' Hemerocallis 'Stella d’Oro' Hosta 'First Frost'

Hosta 'Guacamole' Hosta 'Patriot' Iris 'Butter and Sugar'

Iris 'Caesar’s Brother' Liatris 'Floristan Violet' Paeonia lactiflora double Pink

Paeonia lactiflora double Red Paeonia lactiflora double White Salvia 'Lyrical Blues' (P)

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Background image:
Brunnera 'Jack Frost'

Great and
Most Popular Bare Root
Landscape Varieties
Allium Summer Beauty Helenium Ruby Tuesday Ligularia Britt-Marie Crawford
Astilbe chinensis Visions Helenium UFO Carmen Ligularia The Rocket
Astilbe Burgundy Red Hemerocallis Stella d’Oro Monarda Balmy Purple
Astilbe Ellie Hemerocallis Happy Returns Paeonia Alexander Fleming
Brunnera Jack Frost Hemerocallis Entrapment Paeonia Kansas
Dicentra spectabilis Hemerocallis Chicago Apache Paeonia Festiva Maxima
Dicentra Red Fountain Hosta Blue Vision Perovskia Little Spire
Echinacea Salsa Red Hosta August Moon Rudbeckia Pot of Gold
Epimedium Sulphureum Hosta Francee Salvia Lyrical Blues
Geranium Brookside Hosta Guacamole Sedum Autumn Joy
Geranium Rise and Shine Hosta Frances Williams Sedum Xenox
Geranium Sweet Heidi Hosta Paul’s Glory

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Great and Most Popular
Bare Root Landscape Varieties

Background image:
Iris germanica

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Allium 'Summer Beauty' Astilbe chinensis 'Visions' Astilbe 'Burgundy Red'

Astilbe 'Ellie' Brunnera 'Jack Frost' Dicentra spectabilis

Dicentra 'Red Fountain' (P) Echinacea 'Salsa Red' Epimedium 'Sulphureum'

Geranium 'Brookside' Geranium 'Ingwersen’s Variety' Geranium 'Sweet Heidy'

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Great and Most Popular
Bare Root Landscape Varieties

Background image:
A Mix Of Heuchera

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Helenium 'Ruby Tuesday' (P) Helenium UFO 'Carmen' Hemerocallis 'Stella d’Oro'

Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns' Hemerocallis 'Entrapment' Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache'

Hosta 'Blue Vision' Hosta 'August Moon' Hosta 'Francee'

Hosta 'Guacamole' Hosta 'Frances Williams' Hosta 'Paul’s Glory'

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Great and Most Popular
Bare Root Landscape Varieties

Background image:
Paeonia 'Bowl of Beauty'

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Ligularia 'Britt-Marie Crawford' Ligularia 'The Rocket' Monarda 'Balmy Purple'

Paeonia 'Alexander Fleming' Paeonia 'Kansas' Paeonia 'Festiva Maxima'

Rudbeckia 'Pot of Gold' Perovskia 'Little Spire' Salvia 'Lyrical Blues'

Sedum 'Autumn Joy' Sedum 'Xenox'

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Bare Root Perennial Ordering Information
Ordering Information

ORDERING
For best availability for your desired ship, please order early.
Shipment dates cannot be altered after November 15, 2017
Our packing process begins on November 15, so no changes to your order can be made after this date.
Although we do accept orders after this deadline, the selection will be more limited and some varieties will be
unavailable.

An acknowledgment will be mailed to you as soon as we have processed your order. All orders are subject to
crop conditions. We have a long growing season and many unforeseen problems may occur which can damage
crops and thereby reduce the amount of plants available. Every effort is made to fulfill orders, but the availability
of a particular variety cannot always be guaranteed until we begin shipping. Therefore, we may have to cancel
some items from your order at a later date.

POT TAGS
United Kingdom & Ireland
Pot tags are automatically included with your bareroot order.
If you do not wish to receive tags, please clearly specify this information when you send or call in your order.
Unless otherwise stated we will send 1 tag per plant.

Rest of the World
Pot tags are only shipped upon request.
You can request tags for your complete order by checking the relevant box on the order form.
Unless otherwise stated we will send 1 tag per plant.

For the following items the tag multiple is one tag per three corms.
Convallaria majalis, Crocosmia and Liatris (except for Kobold)
Each tag includes full English descriptive information and notes on care and usage.

MULTIPLES
Product is packed in multiples of 25, with one exception:
Paeonies can be ordered in multiples of 5.

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New Varieties 2018

Jul- Zones
100cm Jun- Zones 4-8 70cm Jul- Zones 4-8 100cm Jul- Zones
35cm
Aug 6-10 Sep Sep Aug 7-10

Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) Achillea (Yarrow) Aconitum (Monkshood) Agapanthus (African Lily)
spinosus 'Walther Funcke' millefolium 'Royal Flush' 'Peter Pan'
• Lilac pink flowers on dark green • Deep orange red flowers • Dark purple/blue hooded flowers • Spectacular blue flowers
foliage above red to green foliage • Good for growing in containers

Jul- Zones
70cm Jun- Zones
70cm May- Zones Jun- Zones
Aug 7-10 Jul 6-9 Jul 6-10
90cm Sep 5-9
40cm

Agapanthus (African Lily) Agapanthus (African Lily) Allium Allium
'Silver Moon' 'Twister' 'Globemaster' 'Millennium'
• Blue flowers on variegated foliage • Large blue with white flowers • Large blue flowers on strong • Many smaller intense pink flowers
• Compact growth habit stems

May- Zones
80cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm Jun- Zones 4-8 55cm
Jul 6-10 Jul Jul Jul

Allium Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Purple Sensation' 'Delft Lace' 'Fanal' arendsii 'Freya' arendsii
• Large purple flowers on strong • Light pink flowers on red stems • Dark red flowers on strong plant • Intense deep pink flowers
stems • Blue green foliage • Great border plant

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New Varieties 2018

Jun- Zones 4-8 55cm Jun- Zones 4-7 60cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm Jun- Zones 5-9 55cm
Jul Sep May Jul

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astrantia (Masterwort) Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Campanula (Bellflower)
'Happy Spirit' arendsii 'Sparkling Stars Pink' 'Dark Margin' 'Iridescent Bells' (P)
• Creamy white flowers on red • Bright pink flowers • Magenta purple flowers • Unique purple flowerbuds and
stems • Flowers attract bees and • Leathery green leaves with lavender blue flowers
• Glossy foliage butterflies red edges

Aug- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 5-9 May- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 4-9 50cm
Oct 110cm Aug 100cm Jul 40cm Aug

Cimicifuga (Bugbane) Clematis Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Echinacea (Coneflower)
'Chocoholic' 'Cassandra' heracleifolia 'Spring Gold' formosa 'Cherry Fluff'
• Mauve pink flowers on purple • Clusters of dark blue flowers • Soft pink flowers • Double lime green and pink
foliage • Flowers are scented • Chartreuse yellow foliage flowers
• Compact plants

Jun- Zones 4-9 75cm May- Zones
130cm May- Zones
110cm May- Zones
110cm
Aug Jun 6-10 Jun 6-10 Jun 6-10

Echinacea (Coneflower) Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) Eremurus (Foxtail Lily)
'Marmalade' 'Cleopatra' 'Pinokkio' 'Shellford'
• Spectacular double orange flowers • Orange red flowers on strong • Orange yellow flowers • Mixed blend of colours
stems

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New Varieties 2018

Jul- Zones 3-9 70cm Jun- Zones 4-9 25cm Jun- Zones 4-9 35cm Apr- Zones 5-9 45cm
Sep Aug Oct May

Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geum (Avens)
'Variegata' ulmaria 'Jolly Jewel Night' cinereum 'Rozanne ' ®
'Apricot Pearl'
• White flowers on green foliage • Deep pink flowers on a compact • Long blooming award winning • Semi double apricot flowers
with yellow edges strong plant Geranium • Early bloomer

Apr- Zones 5-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 70cm Jun- Zones 3-9 70cm Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm
May Aug Aug Aug

Geum (Avens) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Pink Fluffy' 'Antique Linen' 'Carrick Wildon' 'Crinkled Fantasy'
• Pink purple flowers with a unique • Ivory with burgundy eye and edge • Orange red blend flowers with • Cream-yellow flowers with
flower form • Fragrant tetraploid flowers orange tips and a yellow throat red throat
• Re-blooming flower

Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm Jun- Zones 3-9 70cm Jun- Zones 3-9 80cm Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Dancing On Air' 'Dragon Flight' 'Helix' 'Lavender Blue Baby'
• Red spider type flower above • Linen yellow re-blooming • Bordeaux red spider type flower • Wide lavender re-blooming flowers
with green throat flowers with violet eye and above with green throat with blue center and green throat
• Re-blooming flower green throat

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New Varieties 2018

Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug Jul 35cm Jul 40cm Jul 25cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Snaggle Tooth' 'Bobcat' 'Luna Moth' 'Monster Ears'
• Rich dark pink flowers with white • Tetraploid sport of H. Wolverine • Dark green leaves with bright • Green sport of H. Sunset Grooves
edges • Purple flowers green/yellow margins • Thick green leaves
• Medium size Hosta • Medium size Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 May- Zones 3-9 55cm May- Zones 3-9 60cm
Jul 35cm Jul 30cm Jun Jun

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Iris Iris
'Velvet Moon' 'White Dove' Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series
® ®

• Tetraploid version of H. Abique • Lanceolate green leaves with a 'Black Joker™' sibirica 'Charming Billy™' sibirica
Moonbeam white edge (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)
• Medium to large Hosta • Medium size Hosta • Unique variety with three colours • Red violet petals with yellow signals
• Rich flowering • Light blue styles

May- Zones 3-9 70cm May- Zones 3-9 65cm May- Zones 3-9 60cm May- Zones 3-9 65cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series
® ® ® ®

'Jerry Murphy™' sibirica 'Miss Apple™' sibirica 'Painted Woman™' sibirica 'Paprikash™' sibirica
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)
• Spectacular mix of copper, cream, • Medium red flowers blended • Pearl coloured standard with • Violet peach flowers with red
gold, peach and yellow in the with yellow red-violet veins speckles
flower • Violet red styles • Bright yellow signal
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New Varieties 2018

May- Zones 3-9 80cm Apr- Zones 4-8 65cm May- Zones 3-9 65cm May- Zones 3-9 70cm
Jun May Jun Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series
® ® ® ®

'Pennywhistle™' sibirica 'Unbuttoned Zippers' 'Uncorked ™' sibirica 'White Amber™' sibirica
(Siberian Iris) sibirica (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)
• Violet flowers with gold signals • Blend of yellow, red and violet • A blend of grey, smoke, beige, • Creamy white flowers with yellow
changing to yellow and cream flower mustard and glowing periwinkle edges
• Lavender pink falls

Jun- Zones 4-9 85cm Jun- Zones 5-8 50cm Jun- Zones 4-9 100cm Apr- Zones 4-8 25cm
Jul Jul Jul May

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Angel Mountain' ensata 'Black Form' chrysographes 'Blue Mandarin' ensata 'Demon'
• Large blue and white flowers with • Deep purple almost black flowers • Large dark blue flowers with (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris)
yellow signals in the center yellow signals
• Dark purple flowers with yellow
beard
• Compact plant

Jun- Zones 4-9 90cm May- Zones 3-9 80cm Apr- Zones 4-8 25cm May- Zones 3-9 70cm
Jul Jun May Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Eileen’s Dream' ensata 'How Audacious' sibirica 'Larrikin' 'Not Quite White' sibirica
• Large maroon velvet flowers • Spectacular colours of purple (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) • Almost white flowers
with yellow
• Deep purple flowers with white • Good for containers
background

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New Varieties 2018

May- Zones 3-9 75cm Apr- Zones 4-8 25cm Jul- Jul-
Jun May Sep
Zones 6-9 110cm Sep
Zones 4-8 30cm

Iris Iris Kniphofia (Torch Lily) Ligularia (Golden Ray)
'Spindazzle' sibirica 'Tickety Boo' 'Incandesce' 'Pandora' dentata
• Light rose standards, violet halo (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) • Most red flowered Kniphofia on • Most compact Ligularia available
around golden blaze
• Soft pink flowers with blue beard the market • Yellow/orange flowers on
• Compact plant dark foliage

Jul- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 5-9 35cm May- Zones 4-8 100cm May- Zones 4-8 80cm
Sep Aug Jun Jun

Ligularia (Golden Ray) Nepeta (Catmint) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Twilight' dentata 'Junior Walker' 'Bella Donna' 'Big Ben'
• Intense yellow flowers • Many blue flowers on compact (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)

• Dark foliage plant • Beautiful strong pink double • Large deep maroon, double red
• Popular variety flowers flowers

May- Zones 4-8 60cm May- Zones 4-8 75cm May- Zones 4-8 65cm May- Zones 4-8 90cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Border Charm' (Itoh) 'Canary Brilliants' (Itoh) 'Cora Louise' (Itoh) 'Gay Paree' (Lactiflora Double)
• Semi double red flowers with • Creamy yellow flowers with apricot • Striking large semi double white • Double pink with white anemone
red center hues in center flowers with lavender flares type flowers

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New Varieties 2018

May- Zones 4-8 70cm May- Zones 4-8 80cm May- Zones 4-8 80cm May- Zones 4-8 90cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Green Lotus' (Lactiflora Single) 'Honey Gold' 'Hillary' (Itoh) 'Lady Liberty'
• Lime green blooms with pink (Lactiflora Single)
• Semi double pink flowers that (Lactiflora Double)
overtones • Yellow center surrounded by age to cream • Double pink flowers with white
• Yellow center white petals bomb

May- Zones 4-8 110cm May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8
Jun Jun 70cm Jun 75cm June 90cm

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Le Charme' (Lactiflora Single) 'Lollipop' (Itoh) 'Pastel Splendor' (Itoh) 'Raspberry Sundae'
• Dark pink flower petals surround • Semi double bright yellow flowers • Single white flowers with shades (Lactiflora Double)
a yellow center with dark purple stripes of pink and yellow • Double flowers with cream petals
• Fragrant and raspberry shades

May- Zones 4-8 80cm May- Zones 4-8 70cm May- Zones 4-8 80cm May- Zones 4-8 90cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Red Spider' 'Scarlet Heaven' (Itoh) 'Tom Cat' (Lactiflora Single) 'White Cap' (Lactiflora Single)
(Lactiflora Double)
• Single flowers with deep red • Creamy yellow center against a • Raspberry single flowers with
• Intense red-rose double flowers petals surrounding golden anthers backdrop of carmine red ivory and pink staminoidia
• Good grower

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New Varieties 2018

Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm Jul- Zones 4-8 90cm Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Katja' paniculata 'Smokey' paniculata 'Tatjana' paniculata 'Zenobia' paniculata
• Dark purple flowers with a white • Mauve flowers with violet pink
• Purple flame flowers with white • Dark pink flowers
center center heart • Disease resistant

Jul- Zones 4-9 35cm Jun- Zones 4-9 25cm May- Zones 4-9 30cm Jul- Zones 3-8 40cm
Sep Sep Jul Sep

Potentilla (Cinquefoil) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Esta Ann' 'Blue Bouquetta' nemorosa 'Rose Marvel' nemorosa 'Censation Tropical
• Yellow flowers with red center • Blue-purple flowers • Large deep pink flowers Night'
• Rich flowering • Grey Green foliage • Bright red flowers
• 'Matrona' type

Roots are packed in
strong large boxes
Jul- Zones 3-9 25cm
that protect them
Oct
during shipping!
Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Firecracker'
• Shiny red foliage with pink
flower heads
• Sun tolerant

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Acanthus | Achillea

Jun- Zones Jun- Zones Jul- Zones Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm
Aug 6-10
90cm Aug 6-10
75cm Aug 6-10
100cm Sep

Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) Achillea (Yarrow)
mollis 'Mornings Candle' spinosus Rainbow™ Series
• Spikes of showy mauve bracts • Very decorative purple flowers • Lilac pink flowers on dark green 'Creme de la Creme'
revealing white flowers with prickly purple foliage foliage
• Large creme flat flowerheads
• Semi-evergreen foliage • Decorative all the way until fall • Strong stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8
60cm Sep Sep 60cm Sep 60cm
Sep

Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow)
Rainbow Series ™
Rainbow Series ™
Rainbow Series ™
Rainbow™ Series
'Sparkling Contrast' 'Summerwine' millefolium 'Tricolor' millefolium 'Yellow Bouquet'
• Large red with yellow eye • Large pink to wine coloured • Large yellow with red edge • Large yellow flat flowerheads
flat flowerheads flat flowerheads flat flowerheads • Strong stems
• Strong stems • Strong stems • Strong stems

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul- 50cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm
Sep 40cm Sep
Zones 4-8
Sep Sep

Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow)
Song Siren Series ™
Song Siren Series ™
Song Siren Series ™
'Love Parade' sibirica
'Laura' millefolium 'Pretty Belinda' millefolium 'Pretty Woman' millefolium • Glossy dark leaves with compact
• Sprays of non-fading, ruby • Compact and upright habit • Non-fading pink blooms pink daisy flowers
red flowers with extra-large
white eyes • Strongly colored pink flowers highlight the sturdy, upright,
well-branched stems

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Achillea | Aconitum | Agapanthus

Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8
Sep Sep Sep Sep 70cm

Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow) Achillea (Yarrow)
'Moonshine' 'Red Velvet' millefolium 'Terracotta' millefolium 'Walther Funcke' millefolium
• Profusely blooming plants with • Dark rosy-red flowers that • Unusual brownish orange • Deep orange red flowers
aromatic foliage don’t fade flowers that fade through
• Flat clusters of lemon-yellow • One of the best reds shades of golden yellow
flowers

Jun- Zones 4-8 90cm Jun- Zones 4-8 100cm Jun- Zones 4-8 100cm Jun- Zones 4-8 63cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Aconitum (Monkshood) Aconitum (Monkshood) Aconitum (Monkshood) Aconitum (Monkshood)
'Album' napellus 'Arendsii' carmichaelii 'Eleonara' x cammarum fischeri
• White flowers and very • Large blue flowers • Off-white flowers with a very • Shorter plant with spikes of large
finely-divided foliage • Produces excellent cuts, one narrow blue edge purple-blue hooded flowers
of the best Aconitums

Jun- Zones 4-8 90cm Jul- 100cm Jun- Zones 4-8 100cm Jul- Zones
Aug Sep
Zones 4-8
Aug Aug 6-10
65cm

Aconitum (Monkshood) Aconitum (Monkshood) Aconitum (Monkshood) Agapanthus (African Lily)
napellus 'Royal Flush' 'Stainless Steel' x cammarum 'Back in Black'
• Blue flowers and very finely • Dark purple/blue hooded flowers • Steel-blue flowers on loosely • Jet black stems with dark
divided foliage above red to green foliage branched spikes purple-blue flowers which
open from near black buds

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Agapanthus | Alchemilla | Allium | Anchusa

Jul- Zones Jul- Zones
120cm Jul- Zones Jul- Zones
80cm Aug Aug 35cm 90cm
Aug 6-10 6-10 7-10 Aug 6-10

Agapanthus (African Lily) Agapanthus (African Lily) Agapanthus (African Lily) Agapanthus (African Lily)
'Blue Velvet' 'Headbourne Hybrids' 'Peter Pan' 'Polar Ice' africanus
• Neat clumps of mid to deep • Large rounded umbels of • Spectacular blue flowers • Large round white flowerheads
green foliage, flowers deep
violet blue
deep-violet to pale-blue
trumpet-shaped flowers
• Good for growing in containers on strong stems

Jul- Zones Jun- Zones May- Zones 4-8 45cm May- Zones
Aug 7-10
70cm Jul 6-9
70cm Aug Jul 6-10
90cm

Agapanthus (African Lily) Agapanthus (African Lily) Alchemilla (Lady’s Mantle) Allium
'Silver Moon' 'Twister' mollis 'Globemaster'
• Blue flowers on variegated foliage • Large blue with white flowers • Citrus-yellow flowers over a • Large blue flowers on strong
• Compact growth habit cushion-like bush of rounded,
gray-green woolly-textured
stems

foliage

Jun- Zones
40cm May- Zones
80cm May- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 3-8 90cm
Sep 5-9 Jul 6-10 Aug 50cm Aug

Allium Allium Allium Anchusa
'Millennium' 'Purple Sensation' 'Summer Beauty' 'Loddon Royalist' azurea
• Many smaller intense pink flowers • Large purple flowers on strong • Lush green foliage, consistent • Tall bushy plant with blue
stems through the growing season buttercup-like flowers
• Nice round, lavender flowers
appear above the foliage

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Anemone

Aug- Zones 4-8 88cm Aug- Zones 4-8 50cm Aug- Zones 4-8 60cm Aug- Zones 4-8 90cm
Oct Oct Oct Oct

Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower)
'Andrea Atkinson' 'Crispa' hupehensis 'Elfin Swan' (P) 'Honorine Jobert'
• Single, pure white flowers • Large, ruffled, crispate foliage • Small white flowers with violet • Single, pure white flowers
• One of the most vigorous which is very decorative even blue flowers • Very floriferous
cultivars before the flowers appear
• Single pink flowers

Aug- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm Aug- Zones 4-8 Aug- Zones 4-8
Oct 90cm Jul Oct 88cm Oct 85cm

Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower)
'Königin Charlotte' leveillei 'Max Vogel' x hybrida 'Pamina' x hybrida
x hybrida
• Early-blooming species bearing • Semi-double pearl-pink flowers • Semi-double lavender-rose
• Large, semi-double, mid pink many smallish, single white
flowers, flushed blue on the
• Very vigorous cultivar flowers
flowers
underside

Aug- Zones 4-8 50cm Aug- Zones 4-8 Aug- Zones 4-8 90cm Aug- Zones 4-8
Oct Oct 75cm Oct 85cm
Oct

Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower) Anemone (Windflower)
'Praecox' hupehensis 'Robustissima' tomentosa 'September Charm' 'Whirlwind' x hybrida
• Single dark-pink flowers on • Single china-pink flowers hupehensis
• Semi-double snow-white
lower-growing plants • Hardy, vigorous and very • Large, single rose-pink flowers flowers with soft ruffled edges
• Earlier bloomer floriferous

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Aralia | Aruncus | Aster

NOT AVAILABLE FOR UK

Jun- Zones 4-8 90cm Jun- Zones 3-7 Apr- Zones 3-7 Jun- Zones 3-7
Jul Aug 100cm Jun 60cm Aug 60cm

Aralia (Japanese Spikenard) Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) Aruncus (Goat’s Beard)
'Sun King' cordata dioicus 'Guinea-Fowl' sylvester 'Kneiffii' dioicus
• Bright gold compound leaves • A tall plant with neat Astilbe-like • Beautiful foliage with upright • Very delicately cut foliage and
• 2' tall spikes of tiny white flowers foliage and fine feathery flowers for a very nice contrast airy panicles of white flowers
followed by black fruit plume-shaped panicles of
cream-colored flowers
• Shorter than the species

Apr- Zones 3-7 75cm Aug- Zones 4-8 30- Aug- Zones 4-8 Aug- Zones 4-8 75cm
Jun Oct 40cm Oct 25cm Oct

Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) Aster (Daisy) Aster (Daisy) Aster (Daisy)
'Misty Lace' 'Alice Haslam' Dumosus 'Apollo' Dumosus 'Marie Ballard' novi-belgii
• Showy, rich-green, fern-like • Masses of large, deep rose • Compact, upright perennial • Forms a clump with clusters of
foliage on red stems with cream pink flowers with striking, producing clusters of daisy-like, fully double, light violet-blue
flowers golden-yellow centres white flower heads in autumn flowers

Aug- Zones 4-8 75cm Aug- Zones 4-8 Aug- Zones 4-8 45cm
Aug-
Oct Oct 50cm Oct Oct
Zones 4-8 30cm

Aster (Daisy) Aster (Daisy) Aster (Daisy) Aster (Daisy)
'Patricia Ballard' novi-belgii 'Purple Dome' novae-angliae 'Royal Ruby' novi-belgii 'Wood’s Pink'
• Double, incurved, clear pink flower • Stems of fuzzy, narrow, green • Rich red, semi-double blooms • Clear light-pink flowers
heads with yellow centres in leaves topped in early fall with and a useful dwarf habit • Compact
summer and autumn vivid, wide, shocking purple
daisy flowers
• Vibrant variety, bursting into • Very healthy plants with good
bloom in late summer resistance to mildew and rust

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Aster | Astilbe

Aug- Zones 4-8 30cm Jul 100cm Jul- Zones 3-8 Jul- Zones 3-8
Oct Zones 3-8
Aug 70cm Aug 80cm

Aster (Daisy) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Wood’s Purple' Expression Series Expression Series Expression Series
• Clear light-purple flowers 'Alive and Kicking' (P) 'Diamonds and Pearls' (P) 'Heart and Soul' (P)
• Compact • Dark rose-pink flowers • The most robust white flowered • Pale pink flowers with a
• Very healthy plants with good • Robust, fast-growing plants with Astilbe chinensis lavender-blue sheen most
resistance to mildew and rust strong stems due to chinensis • Dark-green foliage prevalent at dusk and dawn
crossing

Jul- May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8 Jul-
Aug
Zones 3-8 80cm Jul 120cm Jul 120cm Aug Zones 3-8 50cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
Expression Series Mighty Series
®
Mighty Series
®
Music Series
'Stand and Deliver' (P) 'Mighty Pip' chinensis
®
'Mighty Plonie' chinensis
® 'Country and Western' (P)
• Large, full, bright-pink plumes • Vigorous tall grower with light • Vigorous tall grower with white • A colorful feathery flower with
• Dark-green foliage has curling, pink flowers flowers bright puffy pink blooms and
shiny deep green foliage
toothed edges

Jul- Jul- Jul- Jul-
Aug Zones 3-8 70cm
Aug Zones 3-8 40cm Aug Zones 3-8 70cm Aug Zones 3-8 60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
Music Series Music Series Music Series Music Series
'Hip Hop' (P) 'Jump and Jive' (P) 'Rhythm and Blues' (P) 'Rock and Roll' (P)
• Light pink plumes with a hot-pink • Fluffy plumes in a bright magenta- • Early summer bloomer, with • Stocky white flowers on red stems
stamen for an amazing contrast pink or purple-red shade, over bright raspberry-pink plumes above very dark green foliage with
a mound of elegant, lacy green that contrast nicely with the dark a bronze tint
leaves green foliage
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Astilbe

Jun- Zones 3-8 30- Jun- Zones 3-8 30- Jun- Zones 3-8 30- Jun- Zones 4-8 30-
Jul 40cm Jul 40cm Jul 40cm Jul 40cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
Younique Series Younique Series Younique Series Younique Series
Younique Carmine (P) Younique Cerise (P) Younique Lilac (P) Younique Pink (P)
• Fuchsia-red plumes • Cherry-red plumes • Lavender-pink plumes • Bright pink plumes

May- Zones 4-8 30-
Jun 40cm

Astilbe (False Spirea)
Younique Series
'Raspberry' (P)
• Bright raspberry plumes

Astilbe (False Spirea) May- Zones 4-8
Jun
30-
40cm

Younique Series Astilbe (False Spirea)
Younique Red (P)
Younique Series
• Red plumes Younique Ruby Red (P)
Jun- Zones 3-8
Jul
30-
40cm • Ruby Red plumes

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Astilbe chinensis, japonica, simplicifolia

Jun- Zones 3-8 30- Jun- Zones 3-8 30- Jun- Zones 3-8 30- Jun Zones 3-8 60cm
Jul 40cm Jul 40cm Jul 40cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
Younique Series Younique Series Younique Series 'Burgundy Red'
Younique Salmon (P) Younique SilveryPink (P) Younique White (P) • Long-lasting deep-red flowers –
very good color
• Salmon to light pink plumes • Silver to light pink plumes • White plumes
• Glossy deep-green foliage

May- Zones 4-8 40- Jun- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8
Jul 50cm Jul 60cm 60cm 60cm
Jul Jul

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Cappuccino' 'Chocolate Shogun' (P) 'Color Flash' (P) 'Color Flash Lime' (P)
• Pure white flowers chinensis
• Pink flowers above season • Chartreuse foliage emerging to
• Strong dark foliage • Dark chocolate foliage creates a changing leaf colour lime green
great contrast with pink flowers • Sun tolerant • Light pink flowers

Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Aug Zones 3-8 30cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 3-8
Jul Jul Jul 45cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Darwin’s Dream' 'Darwin’s Snow Sprite' 'Delft Lace' 'Deutschland' Japonica
• Deep-pink flowers in dense Simplicifolia • Light pink flowers on red stems • Short, compact, creamy white
plumes • Loosely formed, small, white • Blue green foliage plumes
• Shiny, dark-green foliage plumes • Good for forcing
• Produces many flowers
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Astilbe arendsii, hybride, chinensis, japonica, simplicifolia

Jun 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 4-8 55cm
Zones 3-8
Jul Jul 75cm Jul

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Ellie' Japonica 'Fanal' arendsii 'Flamingo' (P) Arendsii 'Freya' arendsii
• Very full and large pure-white • Dark red flowers on strong plant • Long, arching flamingo-pink • Intense deep pink flowers
plumes that fade to green rather plumes, drooping gracefully • Great border plant
than brown over handsome glossy green
• The best white variety foliage

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jul- 40cm Jul- Zones 4-8 Jul- Zones 4-8
Jul 55cm Aug
Zones 3-8
Aug 45cm Aug 45cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Happy Spirit' arendsii 'Hennie Graafland' 'Key Largo' (P) Simplicifolia 'Key West' (P) Simplicifolia
• Creamy white flowers on red Simplicifolia
• Raspberry pink plumes • Red flowerbuds that open to pink
stems
• Pale-rose flowers in loose • Long blooming • Long flowering
• Glossy foliage plumes over dark-green foliage • Summer flowering • Long blooming

Jul- Zones 3-8 40cm Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jul- Zones 3-8 45cm Jun- Zones 3-8 60cm
Aug Jul Aug Jul

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Little Vision in Pink' (P) 'Lollypop' 'Look At Me' (P) 'Montgomery' Japonica
chinensis • Short and full pale pink flower • Amazing contrast between the • Dark-red flowers in dense
• Sturdy, upright plumes of strong, plumes with a white sheen pink blooms and red stems plumes
pink flowers above rich-green • Red-stemmed, glossy green
foliage, more sun tolerant foliage

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Astilbe chinensis, japonica, simplicifolia, thunbergii

Jun- Zones 3-8 60cm Jul- Zones 3-8 30cm Jun- Zones 3-8
Jul Jul Zones 3-8 40cm Aug Jul 60cm

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Peach Blossom' Japonica 'Pink Lightning' (P) 'Pumila' chinensis 'Red Sentinel' Japonica
• Light salmon-pink, short Simplicifolia • Purple-pink flower plumes in • Full, intense-red plumes
and narrow compact plumes • Very dark foliage and light pink a short, cone-like shape
plumes

Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm May- Zones 4-8 Jul- Zones 3-8 88cm
Jul Jul 50cm Aug Zones 3-8 30cm Aug

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Rheinland' Japonica 'Spotlight' (P) chinensis 'Sprite' Simplicifolia 'Straussenfeder' Thunbergii
• Profuse pink bloomer with short, • Light pink flowers above dark • Pale rose plumes and bronze • Deep dusty-rose flowers in long,
full plumes foliage green foliage drooping plumes
• Long flowering

Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jul- Zones 3-8 65cm Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm
Jul Aug Jul Jul

Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea) Astilbe (False Spirea)
'Visions' (P) chinensis 'Vision in Pink' (P) chinensis 'Vision in Red' (P) chinensis 'Vision in White' chinensis
• Sturdy, thick-fluffed, bright • Strong-pink flowers and • Purple-red flowers opening • Conical plumes of long-lasting
mauve plumes and robust rich-green foliage from deep-red buds white flowers over deep-green
dark-green foliage • Red stems and dark foliage with hints of bronze
bronze-green foliage

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Astrantia | Athyrium

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8 70cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8
Sep 60cm Sep Sep Sep 55cm

Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort)
'Midnight Owl' major 'Roma' (P) major 'Rosea' major 'Ruby Wedding' major
• Very large purple-red flowers • Large silver-pink flower heads • Rosy pink flower heads • Dark red flower heads
• Good upright habit cupped in fine bracts • Compact plant • Reblooms in late summer/fall

Jun- Zones 4-7 Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8
Sep 60cm Sep Sep Sep 75cm

Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort)
'Sparkling Stars Pink' 'Star of Beauty' (P) major 'Star of Billion' (P) major 'Star of Fire' (P) major
• Bright pink flowers
• Two-tone bracts form a white • Airy plants topped with beautiful, • Large flower, dark stems,
• Flowers attract bees and centre with deep dusty-purple tips glossy green-and-white blooms dark-red flower
butterflies • Flowers are also white and purple • Flowers all summer long!

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm 75cm 50cm
Sep 70cm Sep
Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8

Astrantia (Masterwort) Astrantia (Masterwort) Athyrium (Lady Fern) Athyrium (Lady Fern)
'Super Star' major 'Venice' (P) major 'Lady in Red' filix-femina niponicum var. pictum
• Pale purple flowers are • Exceptionally dark red flowers • Green fronds with burgundy-red • Metallic gray-green foliage
surrounded by off-white bracts • Plants have a good upright habit stems linked by purple-red rachis

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Athyrium | Belamcanda | Bergenia | Bletilla

Zones 4-8 30cm
Zones
80cm Jun- 35cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm
6-10 Jul Zones 5-10 May

Athyrium (Lady Fern) Athyrium (Lady Fern) Belamcanda (Leopard Flower) Bergenia (Pig Squeak)
'Ursula’s Red' niponicum vidalii 'Freckle Face' chinensis Dragonfly™ Series
• Silvery fronds with a red-tinged • Graceful fern with an open habit • Loose clusters of pale-orange 'Angel Kiss'
central stripe • New growth has a red flush flowers brightly decorated with
red spots
• Soft, sweet, semi double, white
to pink flowers in great abundance
• Shiny black seeds after flowering • Winter foliage is very dark

Apr- Zones 4-8 25cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm
May May May May

Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Bergenia (Pig Squeak)
Dragonfly™ Series Dragonfly™ Series Dragonfly™ Series Dragonfly™ Series
'Flirt' 'Pink Dragonfly' 'Sakura' 'Spring Fling'
• Small cute Bergenia with shiny • Narrow leaves, with brilliant • Compact habit like ‘Pink • Purple foliage with many deep
foliage purple winter color, erupt in Dragonfly’ but with double to pink flowers
• Deep pink flowers luscious bright pink flowers semi-double pink flowers

Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm Apr- Zones 5-9 40cm
May May May May

Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid)
'Bach' 'Dark Margin' 'Magic Giant' 'Alba' striata
• Glossy red-flushed winter foliage • Magenta purple flowers • Huge, purple-tinted leaves • White flowers above sword-shaped
• Sugar-pink flowers when mature • Leathery green leaves with which turn purple-bronze in
winter
green leaves
red edges
• Rosy-pink flowers on red stem
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Bletilla | Brunnera

Apr- Zones 5-9 Apr- Zones 5-9 Apr- Zones 5-9 40cm Apr- Zones 5-9 40cm
May 40cm May 40cm May May

Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid)
'Alba Variegated' striata 'Blue Dragon' striata 'Kuchibeni' striata 'Shi-ran' striata
• White flowers above variegated • Lavender-blue flowers above • White flowers with a purple lip • Purple-pink flowers above
foliage sword-shaped green leaves • Green foliage green foliage

Apr- Zones 3-8 35cm
Jun

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)
'Alexander’s Great' (P)
macrophylla
• Forms a gigantic mound of very
large, heart-shaped, heavily
silvered leaves

Apr- Zones 3-8
Jun
25-
30cm Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)
Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Jack Frost' (P) macrophylla
'Green Gold' macrophylla • Large silver leaves with green veins
• Blue flowers
• Lemon Green foliage with blue
flowers Apr- Zones 3-8 30cm
Jun

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Brunnera | Calla

Apr- Zones 3-8 30cm Apr- Zones 3-8 30cm Apr- Zones 3-8 30cm Apr- Zones 3-8 35cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet)
'Hadspen Cream' macrophylla 'Henry’s Eyes' macrophylla 'King’s Ransom' (P) 'Looking Glass' (P)
• Leaves variegated with • Green leaves and light blue macrophylla macrophylla
creamy-white margins flowers, early bloomer • Wide, creamy yellow margin and • All silver, shiny leaved sport of
• Blue flowers light cream frosting over the B. 'Jack Frost'
remainder of the silver leaves • Blue flowers

Apr- Zones 3-8 30cm Apr- Zones 3-8 15- Apr- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones
Jun Jun 30cm Oct 45cm
Jun 30cm 7-10

Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) Calla
macrophylla 'Silver Heart' (P) macrophylla 'Variegata' macrophylla 'Albomaculata'
• Heart-shaped leaves, dark green • Similar to ‘Looking Glass’ although • Variegated leaves with large, • Creamy white flowers above
with bubbly, rough-textured this new selection has much clear white edges green leaves with white spots
surface thicker, non-melting foliage and • Lilac Forget-Me-Not-like flowers
• Sprays of small, purple-blue deep blue flowers
flowers in early spring

Jun- Zones
45cm Jun- Zones
45cm Jun- Zones
45cm Jun- Zones
45cm
Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10

Calla Calla Calla Calla
'Dark Eyes' 'Flame' 'Garnet Glow' 'Odessa'
• Deep rose blooms with a purple • Dark yellow flowers with red • Hot pink blooms with dark eyes • Dark purple-black flowers above
throat edge turning to flame red • Uniform plant green foliage
• Green foliage

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Calla | Campanula glomerata, lactiflora, trachelium

Jun- Zones
45cm Jun- Zones
45cm Jun- Zones Jun- Zones 3-8
Oct Oct 45cm Aug 60cm
7-10 7-10 Oct 7-10

Calla Calla Calla Campanula (Bellflower)
'Picasso' 'Red Alert' 'Yellow Queen' 'Bernice' trachelium
• Bi-colour Calla with cream flower • Red-orange flowers with • Large golden-yellow flowers with (Siberian Bellflower)
that opens with deep blue center variegated foliage variegated foliage • Double, purple blue flowers
• Strong and easy to grow

Jun- Zones 3-8 100cm Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 35cm
Aug Aug 40cm Aug 35cm Aug

Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower)
'Border Blues' (P) lactiflora 'Freya' (P) glomerata Genti Blue glomerata Genti White glomerata
(Milky Bellflower) • Intense violet-purple flowers, • Extremely compact and sturdy • Extremely compact and sturdy
• Improvement of ‘Prichard’s massed in rounded clusters of
up to 15 flowers
plants with intense blue flowers plants with deep flowers in clear
white colour
Variety’
• Deep violet flowers

Jun- Zones 5-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 40cm
Jul Aug 60cm Aug 40cm Aug

Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower)
'Iridescent Bells' (P) 'Kent Belle' 'Purple Sensation' (P) 'Sarastro'
• Unique purple flowerbuds and • Sturdy, upright plant with 2" • Very dark purple flowers • Fragrant, dark violet-blue
lavender blue flowers glossy purple bell-shaped flowers opening from near black buds bell-shaped flowers
• Similar to ‘Kent Belle’ but shorter
with better branching

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Campanula | Canna

Jun- Zones 3-8 40cm Jun- Zones 3-8 50- Jul- Zones
80cm Jul- Zones
90cm
Aug Aug 60cm Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10

Campanula (Bellflower) Campanula (Bellflower) Canna Canna
'Silver Bells' 'Twisterbell' (P) 'Alberich' 'Aphrodite'
• Eye-catching, purple-red foliage • Produces unique blue and white • Rose-pink flowers • Deep pink flowers
cast with a lustrous sheen gives
rise to beautiful deep red stems
bicolour flowers, profuse bloomer
with large terminal clusters of
• Green foliage • Bronze-green foliage
and soft pink flowers blue flowers

Jul- Zones Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
Sep 7-10
90cm Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10
60cm

Canna Canna Canna Canna
'Eric Neubert' 'Futurity Red' 'Golden Girl' 'Louis Cottin'
• Orange flowers • Crimson flowers • Golden-yellow flowers • Yellow-peach blooms
• Green foliage • Burgundy foliage • Green foliage • Bronze foliage

Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
90cm
Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10

Canna Canna Canna Canna
'Lucifer Red' 'Roj Humbert' 'Stuttgart' 'Taroudant'
• Large red flowers • Red flowers • Orange flowers on green-white • Orange flowers with yellow edge
• Green foliage • Bronze foliage variegated foliage • Green foliage

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Canna | Centaurea | Chelone | Cimicifuga

Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jun- Zones 3-8 50- Jun- Zones 3-8 30-
Sep 7-10 Sep 7-10 Aug 90cm Aug 60cm

Canna Canna Centaurea (Cornflower) Centaurea (Cornflower)
'Vanilla Cream' 'Wyoming' 'Breeders Mix' 'Cara Mia'
• Creamy white flowers • Briliant orange flowers • Mix of beautiful colors • Bold pink flowers that emerge
• Green foliage • Dark bronze leaves from fuzzy brown and black buds
over a long period in summer

Jun- Zones 3-8 75cm Jul- Aug- Zones 3-8 Aug- Zones 3-8 125-
Aug Sep
Zones 4-9 60cm Oct 150cm Oct 150cm

Centaurea (Cornflower) Chelone (Turtlehead) Cimicifuga (Bugbane) Cimicifuga (Bugbane)
'Purple Heart' montana obliqua 'Atropurpurea' ramosa 'Black Negligee' simplex
(Mountain Bluet) • Contrasting deep colors • Ivory-white flowers • One of the blackest forms to date
• White ray flowers with purple • Tough, dark-green, serrate-edged • Purple-green foliage and stems
centers leaves flushed with green
• Unique bi-color variety • Deep-pink hooded flowers

Aug- Zones 3-8 150cm Aug- Zones 3-8 110cm Aug- Zones 3-8 Aug- Zones 3-8 130cm
Oct Oct Oct 150cm Oct

Cimicifuga (Bugbane) Cimicifuga (Bugbane) Cimicifuga (Bugbane) Cimicifuga (Bugbane)
'Brunette' ramosa 'Chocoholic' 'Pink Spike' ramosa racemosa
• Pinky-white flowers and • Mauve pink flowers on purple • Pale pink flowers and dark • Fragrant white flowers
dark-purple foliage foliage bronze-purple foliage • Green foliage

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Cimicifuga | Clematis | Convallaria | Coreopsis | Cosmos | Crocosmia

Aug- Zones 3-8 150cm Jun- Zones 5-9 Jul- May- Zones 3-8 15cm
Oct 100cm Sep
Zones 3-8 120cm Jun
Aug

Cimicifuga (Bugbane) Clematis Clematis Convallaria (Lily of the Valley)
racemosa var.cordifolia 'Cassandra' heracleifolia 'China Purple' majalis
• White flower spikes • Clusters of dark blue flowers • Small, reflexed, tubular purple • Fragrant white bell-shaped
• Flowers later than the species • Flowers are scented flowers flowers
• Fewer but larger leaflets • Non-climber, sub-shrub • Shipped in multiples of 25

May- Zones 3-8 15cm May- Zones 3-8 15cm Jun- Zones 4-9 45cm Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm
Jun Jun Sep Sep

Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) Coreopsis (Tickseed) Coreopsis (Tickseed)
'Prolificans' majalis 'Rosea' majalis 'Moonbeam' verticillata 'Tweety' (P) verticillata
• Sought-after double flowered form • Fragrant pale-pink flowers • Smaller lemon-yellow flowers • Bright yellow, very short and
• Fragrant winterhardy variety

Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm Jun- Zones
80cm Jun- Zones 4-9 45- Jun- Zones 4-9 60-
Sep Sep 6-10 Aug 60cm Aug 65cm

Coreopsis (Tickseed) Cosmos Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia)
'Zagreb' verticillata 'atrosanguineus' 'Carmine Brilliant' 'Columbus'
• A cushioned nest of incredibly fine • Single black-maroon flowers per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10
thread-like foliage, netted in
shining canary-yellow flowers
• Vanilla fragrance • Narrow foliage and sprays of • Large yellow/orange flowers on
carmine-pink flowers opening strong stems
from bright red buds

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Crocosmia | Dahlia

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 60-
Aug 38cm Aug 40cm Aug 50cm Aug 65cm

Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia)
'Emily McKenzie' 'George Davidson' 'Gerbe d’Or' 'Harlequin'
per 25, tags 1:3 Size 6-up per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

• Shorter plants with golden-orange • Dwarf plants with yellow flowers • Shorter plants with warm-yellow • Flowersbuds are red/orange
flowers with deep-red markings and narrow grass-like foliage flowers and bronze-green foliage that open to yellow flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 50cm Jun- Zones 4-9 75- Jun- Zones 4-9 125cm Jun- Zones 4-9 50cm
Aug Aug 90cm Aug Aug

Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia) Crocosmia (Montbretia)
'Honey Angels' 'Limpopo' (P) 'Lucifer' 'Ministar'
per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 per 25, tags 1:3 Size 10+ per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10

• Lance shaped green leaves and • Pinkish-orange blooms in tight • Double rows of orange-red, • Shorter plant with orange
yellow flowers with cream throats clusters that last well lily-like flowers along arching red flowers
dark-bronze stems

Jun- Zones 4-9 75- Jul- Zones
35cm Jul- Zones
35cm Jul- Zones
35cm
Aug 90cm Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10

Crocosmia (Montbretia) Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
'Okavango' (P) Cactus Series Cactus Series Cactus Series
per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 'Playa Blanca' (For 6" pots) 'Red Pigmy' (For 6" pots) 'Yellow Happiness'
• Large orange-salmon-peach • White, semi cactus type • Red, semi cactus type (For 6" pots)
flowers held together in tight
clusters
• Yellow, semi cactus type

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Dahlia

Jul- Zones 35- Jul- Zones 35- Jul- Zones
35cm Jul- Zones
40in
Oct 7-10 40cm Oct 7-10 40cm Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
Dark Angel Series Dark Angel Series Decorative Series Decorative Series
'Braveheart' (P) (Dark Foliage) 'Dracula' (P) (Dark Foliage) 'Autumn Fairy' (Large Flowered) 'Brigitta Alida' (Large Flowered)
• Dark-purple • Warm purple-red flower, dark • Good pot variety with decorative • Black-red dinnerplate
• Dark foliage purple-red foliage orange flowers

Jul- Zones
20in Jul- Zones
36in Jul- Zones
50cm Jul- Zones
36in
Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
Decorative Series Decorative Series Decorative Series Decorative Series
'Claudette' (Large Flowered) 'Dazzling Magic' 'Firepot' (Large Flowered) 'Fleurel' (Large Flowered)
• Knockout purple-pink blooms (Large Flowered) • Salmon-orange with yellow center • White with a cream-toned center
• Orange-yellow flowers with red
edge

Jul- Zones Jul- Zones
35cm Jul- Zones
112cm Jul- Zones
44in
Oct 7-10
112cm Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
Decorative Series Decorative Series Decorative Series Decorative Series
'Kelvin Floodlight' 'Little Tiger' (Large Flowered) 'Vancouver' (Large Flowered) 'White Perfection'
(Large Flowered)
• Red, white tips, decorative type • Purple-white flowers (Large Flowered)
• Yellow flowers • White flowers

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Dahlia

Jul- Zones
60cm Jul- Zones Jul- Zones
22in Jul- Zones
56cm
Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10
24in Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
Happy Single Series Melody Series Melody Series Melody Series
'Juliet' (P) (For 6" pots) 'Allegro' (For 8" pots) 'Bolero' (For 8" pots) 'Dixie' (For 8" pots)
• Compact variety with dark foliage • Full flowers are a complex mix of • Clear red flowers • Cream white center with lilac tips
and single rich pink flowers with pink, salmon and with a lilac-tinted
a dark center reverse

Jul- Zones
112cm Jul- Zones
35cm Jul- Zones Jul- Zones
Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10
40cm Oct 7-10
40cm

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
Paeonia Series Paeonia Series 'Berliner Kleene' 'Berliner Orange'
'Bishop of Llandaff' 'Fascination' (Bronze foliage) • Pot variety with rose-pink flowers • Pot variety with orange flowers
(Bronze foliage) • Lavender, decorative flower
• Peony like dahlia with single red • Flowers up to 5"
flowers and dark bronze foliage

Jul- Zones
110cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones
Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10
44in

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia
'Cafe Au Lait' 'Carribean Fantasy' 'Garden Wonder' 'Happy Butterfly'
• Large dinnerplate apricot flowers • Dinnerplate flowers with yellow – • Large 8 inch red dinnerplate (Single Flowering)
white and red colours flowers • Salmon to apricot with purple
heart surrounded by bright yellow

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Dahlia | Darmera | Delphinium

Jul- Zones
110cm Jul- Zones
90cm Jul- Zones Apr- Zones 4-8 75cm
Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10 Oct 7-10
80cm May

Dahlia Dahlia Dahlia Darmera (Umbrella Plant)
'Mom’s Special' 'Seattle' 'Twynings Smartie' peltata (syn. Peltiphyllum peltatum)
• Large 8 inch lavender dinnerplate • Large 6 inch yellow flowers (Single Flowering)
• Large, rounded clusters of
flowers with white tips • Mixed purple and white petals red-centered, blush-white
flowers rise on thick stalks before
with a yellow heart
the clumped foliage
• Amazing contrast!

Jun- Zones 100cm Jun- Zones 100cm Jun- Zones 100cm Jun- Zones 100cm
Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9

Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur)
Highlander Series ®
Highlander Series ®
Highlander Series ®
Highlander Series ®

'Blueberry Pie' (P) 'Crystal Delight' (P) 'Moon Light' (P) 'Morning Sunrise' (P)
• Deep lilac in colour with a green • Pale lilac with green centre and • Pale lilac, barely bordered with blue, • White with a green centre
centre and a blue tint to the is the frilliest with green centre, flower spike
rear petals 16"/40cm tall by 4"/10cm wide

Jun- Zones 100cm Jun- Zones 75cm Jun- Zones 75cm Jun- Zones 75cm
Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9

Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur)
Highlander Series ®
Highlander Series ®
Highlander Series ®
Highlander Series ®

'Sweet Sensation' (P) 'Bolero' (P) 'Cha Cha' (P) 'Flamenco' (P)
• Frilly blooms of bright • Double blue-purple flowers on • Double soft lavender flowers on • Double purple-red flowers on
mauve-purple, kissed with strong stems strong stems strong stems
blue-green

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Delphinium | Dicentra

Jun- Zones 120cm Jun- Zones 90cm Jun- Zones 75cm Jun- Zones 100cm
Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9 Aug 4-9

Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur) Delphinium (Larkspur)
'Darwin’s Blue 'Darwin’s Pink 'Indigo Indulgence' 'La Boheme'
Indulgence' (P) Elatum Indulgence' (P) Elatum • Triple-layered, rich purple flowers • Violet-blue buds open into double
• Triple-layered rich blue flowers • Triple-layered, dusty pink flowers • Plants are a little shorter white flowers with green flushes
and dramatic purple and blue
• Plants are a little shorter markings

Jun- Zones Apr- Zones 3-9 75cm Apr- Zones 3-9 60cm Apr- Zones 3-9 75cm
Aug 4-9 100cm May May May

Delphinium (Larkspur) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
'Wishful Thinking' (P) Old Fashioned Series Old Fashioned Series Old Fashioned Series
• Large double lavender flowers 'Alba' spectabilis 'Gold Heart' (P) spectabilis spectabilis spectabilis
with blue edges • Broad, white, heart-shaped • Pink hearts hung along arching • Broad, deep-pink, heart-shaped
• Strong plants with good resistance flowers along arching stems stems, overlook a bushy growth flowers along arching stems
to mildew • 2-3 eye/3-5 eye of unusually colored golden-yellow, • 2-3 eye/3-5 eye
deep-lobed foliage; 2-3 eye

May- Zones 3-8 30cm May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 3-8
Jul 30cm Aug 30cm Aug 25cm
Jul

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
Western Series Western Series Western Series 'Amore™ Rose' (P)
'Aurora' formosa 'Bacchanal' formosa 'Luxuriant' formosa • Bright rose pink flowers crowd
over the lacy blue-green foliage
• White flowers and grayish foliage • Dark red flowers • Cerise-pink flowers, spring-green
to greet you in the garden
• Very vigorous • Large, grayish foliage foliage; very vigorous
• Bare root 1
• Bare root 1 • Bare root 1 • Bare root 1
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Dicentra

Apr- Zones Mar- Zones 3-9 Mar- Zones 3-9 May- Zones 25cm
Sep 25cm Sep 25cm Aug 3-8
Oct 3-9

Dicentra 25cm
Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
(Bleeding Heart)
'Candy Hearts' (P) 'Ivory Hearts' (P) 'King of Hearts'
'Burning Hearts' (P) • Dark-rose flowers over robust • White flowers over robust • Rich rosy-pink flowers over a
• Rich flowering with gray-green blue-green foliage blue-green foliage long season
foliage and dark red flowers • Continously re-blooms • Continuously re-blooms • Bare root 1
• Grape-scented plants • Bare root 1 • Bare root 1
• Bare root 1

Apr- Zones 3-8 25-
May 30cm

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
'Love Hearts' (P)
• Pure white heart shaped blooms
lined with purple
• Blue-green, fern-like foliage
• Bare root 1

Apr- Zones 3-9
Oct 30cm Dicentra (Bleeding Heart)
Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Valentine' (P)
'Red Fountain' (P)
• Heart-shaped, red flowers, dark
gray-green foliage
• Rich flowering with green-gray • Roots 2-3 / 3-5 eye
foliage Apr- Zones 3-9 75cm
• Upright, dark red flowers May

• Bare root 1
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Dicentra | Disporum | Dodecatheon | Dryopteris | Echinacea

May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 5-9 45- May- Zones 4-8 50cm
Jul 40cm Jul 30cm Jun 60cm Jun

Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Disporum (Yellow Fairy Bells) Dodecatheon (Shooting Star)
'Spring Gold' formosa 'Sweet Hearts' flavens 'Aphrodite' (P) meadia
• Soft pink flowers • Blue Grey foliage with soft • Emerges gracefully in early mid • Robust plants with larger flowers
• Chartreuse yellow foliage pink flowers spring with stiff stalks adorned
• Bare root 1 • Bare root 1 with apple green leaves and
nodding lemon yellow bells in May

May- Zones 4-8 25cm May- Zones 4-8 30cm Zones 4-9 35cm Jun- Zones 4-9 70-
Jun Jun Aug 75cm

Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) Dryopteris (Wood Ferns) Echinacea (Coneflower)
jeffreyi meadia 'Brilliance' erythrosora Double Scoop™ Series
• Purple-pink, reflex-petaled flowers • Loose umbels of lilac-pink, (Japanese Shield Fern) Bubble Gum (P)
on stiff, slightly sticky stems,
above small clump-forming
reflex-petaled flowers on stiff • New spring fronds emerge
stems, above small clump-forming bright copper-orange
• Magenta pink
rosettes of long oval leaves rosettes of long oval leaves

Jun- Zones 4-9 75cm Jun- Zones 4-9 56- Jun- Zones 4-9 70- Jun- Zones 4-9 70-
Aug Aug 60cm Aug 75cm Aug 75cm

Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower)
Double Scoop™ Series Double Scoop™ Series Double Scoop™ Series Double Scoop™ Series
'Lemon Cream' (P) 'Mandarin' (P) Orangeberry (P) Raspberry (P)
• Vibrant Lemon yellow double • Non-fading, bright, tropical • Hot orange and red bicolour • Vibrant, raspberry pink
flowers orange colour
• First year flowering!
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Echinacea

Jun- Zones 4-9 56-
Aug 60cm

Echinacea (Coneflower)
Sombrero Series®

'Adobe Orange' (P)
• A well-matched, bright pumpkin
orange addition to the series

Echinacea (Coneflower) Jun- Zones 4-9
Aug 60cm

Double Scoop™ Series Echinacea (Coneflower)
Cranberry (P)
Sombrero Series®

• Deep cranberry shade 'Baja Burgundy' (P)
Jun- Zones 4-9
Aug
70-
75cm
• Burgundy-pink flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 55- Jun- Zones 4-9 55- Jun- Zones 4-9 55- Jun- Zones 4-9 55-
Aug 60cm Aug 60cm Aug 60cm Aug 60cm

Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower)
Sombrero Series
®
Sombrero Series
®
Sombrero Series
®
Sombrero Series®

Flamenco Orange (P) Hot Coral (P) Lemon Yellow (P) Sandy Yellow (P)
• Rich, deep orange • Bright, coral-orange • Bright, lemon-yellow • Bright, light yellow

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Echinacea

Jun- Zones 4-9 50cm
Aug

Echinacea (Coneflower)
'Cherry Fluff'
• Double lime green and pink
flowers
• Compact plants

Echinacea (Coneflower) Jun- Zones 4-9
Aug 60cm

Sombrero Series®
Echinacea (Coneflower)
Salsa Red (P)
'Doppeldecker' purpurea
• Rich, deep red
• A second layer of purple petals
Jun- Zones 4-9 55- forms on the top of the cone
Aug 60cm

Jun- Zones 4-9 65cm Jun- Zones 4-9 75cm Jun- Zones 4-9 50cm Jun- Zones 4-9
Aug Aug Aug Aug 45cm

Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower)
'Fatal Attraction' (P) 'Green Envy' (P) purpurea 'Green Jewel' (P) purpurea 'Kim’s Knee High' (P)
purpurea • Unique in both color and form • Green petals around a large purpurea
• Rich purple-pink flowers on • Broad lime-green petals flushed green cone
• Dwarf with mauve-pink petals
strong black stems red towards the base around a • Large, fragrant flowers. drooping back around a
• Intense flower color green cone burned-red center

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Echinacea | Epimedium

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 60- Jun- Zones 4-9 75cm Jul- Zones 4-9 75cm
Aug 75cm Aug 75cm Aug Sep

Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower) Echinacea (Coneflower)
'Marmalade' 'Orange Passion' (P) 'Pink Passion' (P) purpurea 'Yellow Passion' (P) purpurea
• Spectacular double orange flowers
• Brilliant orange cone flower which • Beautiful full pink flowers • Large dark yellow flowers
makes a compact bush, producing
many large fragrant flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 50- Apr- Zones 4-9 35cm Apr- Zones 4-9 38cm Apr- Zones 4-9 30cm
Aug 60cm May May May

Echinacea (Coneflower) Epimedium (Barrenwort) Epimedium (Barrenwort) Epimedium (Barrenwort)
'Sensation Pink' 'Fire Dragon' (P) 'Frohnleiten' perralchicum 'Galadriel' rubrum
• Rich flowering variety with bright • Extraordinary color combination • Showy yellow flowers • Larger rich ruby-red flowers
pink flowers of yellow and light purple flowers than the species
over green foliage

Apr- Zones 4-9 20cm Apr- Zones 4-9 20cm Apr- Zones 4-9 20cm Apr- Zones 4-9 30cm
May May May May

Epimedium (Barrenwort) Epimedium (Barrenwort) Epimedium (Barrenwort) Epimedium (Barrenwort)
'Lilafee' grandiflorum 'Niveum' youngianum 'Roseum' youngianum rubrum
• Lavender-violet flowers and • Pure white flowers • Lavender-pink flowers • Mid-green, heart-shaped leaves,
bright-green foliage tinged with red when young,
• Vigorous and floriferous cultivar turning pale-green in summer and
coppery-red and yellow in fall

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Epimedium | Eremurus | Eryngium | Eupatorium

Apr- Zones 4-9 30cm May- Zones May- Zones May- Zones
May Jun 6-10
130cm Jun 6-10
110cm Jun 6-10
110cm

Epimedium (Barrenwort) Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) Eremurus (Foxtail Lily)
'Sulphureum' versicolor 'Cleopatra' 'Pinokkio' 'Shellford'

• Dainty sulphur-yellow star-shaped stems Orange red flowers on strong • Orange yellow flowers • Mixed blend of colours
flowers

May- Zones 6-10 100cm Jun- Zones 4-8 25- Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 60cm
Jun Aug 30cm Aug Aug

Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) Eryngium (Sea Holly) Eryngium (Sea Holly) Eryngium (Sea Holly)
stenophyllus 'Blue Hobbit' planum 'Blue Jackpot' (P) 'Jade Frost' (P) planum
• Tall (14 Inch) yellow flowerspikes • Unique dwarf strain, short stems • Blue flowers surrounded by very • Variegated foliage with blue-green
produce metallic-blue sprays that large frilled blue bracts centers framed in white margins
remain attractive for weeks • Strong stems that are also blue • Young leaves have pink margins
near the top • Light-blue flowers

July Zones 4-8 180cm July Zones 4-8 120cm July Zones 4-8 80cm July Zones 4-8 175cm

Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed)
'Atropurpureum' maculatum 'Red Dwarf' maculatum 'Snow Ball' maculatum 'Chocolate' rugosum
• Purple-tinted foliage • Shortest Eupatorium cultivar • Well branched variety with • Dark bronze-purple lanceolate
• Wine-red flowers • Stems are topped in midsummer white flowers foliage and creamy-white flowers
with large heads of rich pink-wine
flowers

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Filipendula | Geranium cinereum, endressii, himalayense

Jul- Zones 4-8 180cm Jul- Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm May- Zones 4-8 15cm
Sep Sep
Zones 3-9 70cm Sep Sep

Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Venusta' rubra 'Variegata' ulmaria 'Red Umbrellas' 'Ballerina' cinereum
• Wide, cloud-like panicles of deep • White flowers on green foliage
• Green leaves heavily veined (Grayleaf Geranium)
with yellow edges
carmine-pink flowers with crimson
• Iced pink flowers with very
• In early summer, the plants are dark-maroon veining and centres
topped with umbels of pink

Jun- Zones 4-9 May- Zones 4-8 15cm May- Zones 4-8 15cm May- Zones 4-8 15cm
Aug 25cm Sep Sep Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Jolly Jewel Night' cinereum 'Melody' (P) cinereum 'Penny Lane' (P) cinereum 'Purple Pillow' (P) cinereum
• Deep pink flowers on a compact • Large red flowers • Deep pink flowers (Grayleaf Geranium)
strong plant
• Good for containers and • Good for containers and • Unique purple flowers and
rockgardens rockgardens blue-green foliage
• Long-blooming period

May- Zones 4-8 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 45- May- Zones 4-8 30cm May- Zones 4-8 38cm
Sep Aug 60cm Sep Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Wargrave Pink' endressii 'Derrick Cook' himalayense 'Kaya' himalayense 'Plenum' himalayense
• Plenty of small salmon-pink (syn. G. grandiflorum) • Strong plant with striking (syn. G. grandiflorum)
flowers • Large white flowers with dark blue flowers • Smaller, double violet-blue flowers
• Reblooms veins from late spring to autumn • Very good double flowered variety
• Amazingly floriferous!
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Geranium macrorrhizum, oxonianum, phaeum, pratense, sanguineum

May- Zones 4-8 30cm May- Zones 4-8 35- May- Zones 4-8 63cm May- Zones 4-8 43cm
Sep Sep 40cm Sep Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Ingwersen’s Variety' 'Tess' oxonianum 'Samobor' phaeum 'Double Jewel'(P) pratense
macrorrhizum • Dark foliage with green edges (Mourning Widow)
• Unique double, white flower with
• Pale pink flowers • White flowers • Very distinctive foliage patterned a rich purple heart
with a ring of dark brown blotches • Foliage is an intense dark-green
• Small, nodding brownish flowers

May- Zones 4-8 40cm May- Zones 4-8 60cm May- Zones 4-8 40cm May- Zones 4-8 35-
Sep Sep Sep Sep 40cm

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Hocus Pocus' pratense 'Laura' (P) pratense 'Midnight Reiter' pratense 'Purple Ghost' pratense
• Dark bronze-purple foliage and • More mildew resistance • Dwarf selection from G. ‘Victor • Purple brown foliage with soft
Lavender flowers
lavender-purple flowers • Very nice double white Geranium, Reiter’
• Grows well and has large flowers rich flowering, and produces new • Small dark bronze tinged foliage • Good grower
for a dark-leaved geranium flush of flowers late summer • Blue flowers

May- Zones 3-8 25cm May- Zones 4-8 35cm May- Zones 4-8 15cm May- Zones 4-8 30cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
sanguineum 'Album' sanguineum 'Ankum’s Pride' sanguineum 'Canon Miles' sanguineum
• Low-growing, longblooming • Clear white flowers • Intense pink flowers with narrow • Cerise-pink flowers subtly defined
Geranium • An excellent cultivar with a looser purple veins with a blended white eye and
edges, and overlaid in simple
• Foliage turns red in fall, deep habit than the species
dark-pink veining
purple-magenta flowers

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Geranium sanguineum, wallichianum

May- Zones 4-8 23cm May- Zones 4-8 20cm May- Zones 4-8 23cm May- Zones 4-8 48cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Elke' sanguineum 'Max Frei' sanguineum var. striatum sanguineum 'Crystal Lake' (P) wallichianum
• Unique dark pink flowers with red • Deep purple-pink flowers set off • Lightly ruffled, full-formed • A long blooming geranium
veins have an eye-catching white with darker foliage shell-pink flowers with pink veins • Blooms are crystal blue with dark
edge • Compact variety • Dwarf habit purple veins

May- Zones 4-8 40cm
Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Blue Sunrise' (P) wallichianum
• Compact variety with silver-blue
flowers
• Very long blooming – until frost

May- Zones 4-8
Sep 50cm Geranium (Cranesbill)
Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Rise and Shine' (P) wallichianum
'Ann Folkard' • Lilac blue flowers with a white center
surrounded by a dark ring
• Cupped rich purple-magenta • Blooms untill frost
flowers with a black center Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm
• Gold-green, deeply divided foliage
Dec

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Geranium endressii, phaeum, oxonianum, sanguineum | Geum

May- Zones 4-8 40cm May- Zones 4-8 50cm May- Zones 4-8 60cm May- Zones 4-8 45cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Blue Blood' 'Brookside' 'Dragon Heart' (P) 'Johnson’s Blue'
• Very deep purple-blue flowers • Large cup-shaped violet-blue • Enormous (4-5cm/about 2") • Large, simple, pure-blue flowers
with even darker veins flowers with a white center and rich pink-magenta flowers with • Mid-green foliage deeply divided
• One of the darkest large-flowering red veining black veins that converge to
form an eye
into narrow sections
geraniums

May- Zones 4-8 50cm May- Zones 4-8 63cm Jun- Zones 4-9 May- Zones 4-8 75cm
Sep Sep Oct 35cm Sep

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill)
'Orion' 'Patricia' 'Rozanne ' ®
'Sandrine' (P)
• Masses of large violet-blue flowers • Large, ‘dayglo’ pink flowers with • Long blooming award winning
• Large deep-purple flowers with
make a very impressive show over dark maroon veins and center Geranium black centers
a large, bushy plant • Very strong, distinctive color • New foliage bright yellow-green

May- Zones 4-8 35cm May- Zones 4-8 70cm May- Zones 5-9 50cm Apr- Zones 5-9
Sep Sep Jul May 45cm

Geranium (Cranesbill) Geranium (Cranesbill) Geum (Avens) Geum (Avens)
'Sweet Heidy' (P) 'Tiny Monster' 'Flames of Passion' (P) 'Apricot Pearl'
• Colorful flowers with distinct white • This vigorous grower blooms rivale • Semi double apricot flowers
centers surrounded by pink, time and time again, providing • Upward facing semi-double • Early bloomer
fusing into blue at the edges and purple-pink flowers for several red flowers
dark veins months
• Very long bloom time
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Geum | Gillenia | Helenium

May- Zones 5-9 60cm May- Zones 5-9 45cm Apr- Zones 5-9 May- Zones 5-9 40-
Jul Jul May 45cm Jul 45cm

Geum (Avens) Geum (Avens) Geum (Avens) Geum (Avens)
'Blazing Sunset' 'Cosmopolitan' (P) 'Pink Fluffy' 'Tequila Sunrise'
• Extra large double scarlet-red • Creamy petals flushed and edged • Pink purple flowers with a unique
• A cocktail of colours, purple buds
flowers with a rosey pink on semi double flower form open to apricot with rose shading
• Prolific bloomer that starts early flowers that look like miniature
roses
and keeps going all summer

May- Zones 4-8 63cm Jul- Zones 4-9 60- Jul- Zones 4-9 50cm Jul- Zones 4-9 50cm
Jul Sep 75cm Sep Sep

Gillenia (Indian Physics) Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed)
trifoliata UFO Collection™ UFO Collection™ UFO Collection™
• Rich-green, lanceolate leaves on 'Betty' 'Carmen' 'Monique'
branching stems, which are red • Bi-colored variety with yellow • Yellow with orange flowers with • Dark orange-yellow flowers
in early summer (front) and purple-pink dark brown eye • Good container plant
• Wispy, white star-shaped flowers (back) petals • Good container plant

Jul- Zones 4-9 Jul- 80cm Jul- Zones 4-9 Jul- Zones
Sep 80cm Sep
Zones 4-9
Sep 80cm Sep 4-9 100cm

Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed)
'Chelsey' 'Double Trouble' (P) 'Hot Lava' 'Moerheim Beauty'
• Bicolor disc-shaped flowers, • Double sunny yellow flowers on • Impressive large, disc-shaped • Deep orange petals around a
mostly crimson with bright yellow very strong stems bi-colour flowers velvety red center
flecks • Blooms have non-drooping petals

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Helenium | Heliopsis | Helleborus | Hemerocallis

Jul- Zones 4-8 60cm Jul- Zones 4-9 50cm Jul- Zones 90cm Jul- Zones 4-9 80cm
Aug Sep Sep 4-9 Sep

Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed) Helenium (Sneezeweed)
'Ruby Charm' 'Ruby Tuesday' 'Sahin’s Early Flowerer' 'Tie Dye'
• The flowers are a deep red with • Very compact variety with plenty • Exceptionally long bloomer • This bi-colored variety has daisy-
almost black cones of small, dark-red flowers • Maroon flowers that fade through like flowers with yellow (front) and
• Very compact variety! shades of orange and deep yellow purple-pink (back) petals

Jun- Zones 4-9 60cm Jun- Zones 4-9 36- Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 36-
Sep Sep 41cm Sep 120cm Sep 41cm

Heliopsis (Ox-eye) Heliopsis (Ox-eye) Heliopsis (Ox-eye) Heliopsis (Ox-eye)
'Asahi' helianthoides 'Double Sunstruck' (P) 'Prairie Sunset' (P) 'Sunstruck' (P)
• Dome-shaped fully double helianthoides helianthoides • Big yellow flowers add “WOW” to
the landscape
golden-yellow flowers
• Double form of Heliposis • Bright-yellow flowers with distinct
‘Sunstruck’ red centers contrast well against • Flower all Spring and Summer
purple stems and dark-green
foliage with purple veins

Feb- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm
Apr 45cm Aug 60cm Aug Aug

Helleborus (Hellebore) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Double Mix' orientalis Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series
• Double flowers in a mix of colors, 'Bakabana' 'Bettylen' 'Blush ‘n Pink Eye'
with and without spots • 4"/10cm pure yellow flowers, • Purple with white teeth edge • Cream with rose red eyezone
produces over 500 flowers on a above green throat above yellow throat
three year old plant

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug Aug Aug Aug 60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series
'Custard Candy' 'Daring Deception' 'Entrapment' 'Fooled Me'
• 4½" /11cm cream-yellow with • 5"/12.5cm heavily ruffled • 5½"/14cm purple-blue flowers • 5½"/14cm gold flowers with red
maroon eye-zone and green lavender-pink flowers with deep with a yellow center and ruffled eye-zone and ruffled edges with
throat purple edges and yellow throat petal edges hints of red

Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-9 40cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series
'Frosted Vintage Ruffles' 'Heavenly Pink Fang' 'Just My Size' 'Lacy Doily'
• 4½"/11cm cream-tan flowers with • 4½"/11¼cm cream-tan flowers • Pink with rose red eye above • 4"/10cm flowers
ruffled antique-pink edges with ruffled antique pink edges green throat • Evergreen, branching, diploid
• Coral blush with green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm Jun- Zones 3-9 40cm Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm Jun- Zones 3-9 45-
Aug Aug Aug Aug 60cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series Daylily 500 Series
'Lavender TuTu' 'Little Anna Rosa' 'Simmons Overture' 'Spacecoast Early Bird'
• Lavender with yellow gold edge • 2½"/6cm single, pink flowers • Lavender rose with black eye • Dusty rose blend with gold edge
above yellow throat • Pink blend with green throat and gold edge above lavender
rose throat, stunning color!
above orange throat
• Evergreen, fragrant, diploid variety

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 25cm July 50cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug
Zones 3-9
Aug Aug 45cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Stella Series Stella Series Stella Series Stella Series
'Mini Stella' 'Precious d’Oro' 'Stella in Purple' 'Stella in Red'
• 1¼"/3cm bright yellow flowers • 4"/10cm white flowers with a • 2½"/6.5cm purple-red flowers • 2½"/6.5cm deep wine-red flowers
with burnt orange eye-zone and yellow-green throat with a green throat with a green throat
green throat • Petals curl over • Very high bud count • Exceptionally high bud count

Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 22in Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug Aug Aug Aug 70cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Stella Series Stella Series 'Always Afternoon' 'Antique Linen'
'Stella d’Oro' 'Stella in Yella' • Large longer-lasting mauve • Ivory with burgundy eye and edge
• 2½"/6.5cm golden flowers, • Yellow flowered version of flowers with narrow buff-colored • Fragrant tetraploid flowers
nestled in among narrow foliage ‘Stella de Oro’ edges and a purple eye-zone
• 2-3 fan divisions which frames the green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 28in Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 16in
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Anzac' 'Bali Hai' 'Bestseller' 'Big Happy Time'
• 5"/12½ cm rich velvet-red flowers • Pink flowers with light golden eye • Purple with a golden ruffled edge • 4" lemon-yellow flowers with
with a yellow throat above a greenish throat ruffled edges and green throat
• The best re-blooming Daylily in
cooler northern climates

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Black Arrowhead' 'Black Stockings' 'Blizzard Bay' 'Blue Sheen'
• Mauve purple with dark purple • Gorgeous medium sized daylily • Near white, soft yellow tint, • Purple flower with yellow eye
eye above green throat with 6"/15cm burgundy-black 5"/12cm blooms, evergreen
ruffled flowers with a green throat
• Dark green foliage

Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug Aug Aug Aug 70cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Bonanza' 'Burgundy Love' 'Cape Breton' 'Carrick Wildon'
• Yellow re-bloomer with orange eye • Wine colour flowers with yellow • Purple with lighter watermark and • Orange red blend flowers with
eye zone gold edge above green throat orange tips and a yellow throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 50cm Jun- Zones 3-9 70cm Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm Jun- Zones 3-9 50cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Celebration of Angels' 'Cheese and Wine' 'Chicago Apache' 'Condilla'
• Creme coloured flowers with dark • Orchid blend with light orchid • 7"/17.5cm intense scarlet-red • 4½"/11¼cm gorgeous double
red eye zone halo above a greenish/ yellow flowers with ruffled edges deep golden blooms
throat

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 45- Jun- Zones 3-9
55cm 75cm Aug 55cm Aug 60cm
Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Crinkled Fantasy' 'Dancing On Air' 'Daria' 'Diva’s Choice'
• Cream-yellow flowers with • Red spider type flower above • Dark purple ruffled flower with • Pink with ruffled yellow edge
red throat with green throat yellow edges and eye zone above yellow throat
• Re-blooming flower • Re-blooming flower

Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm
Aug Aug 70cm Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Double River Wye' 'Dragon Flight' 'Dress Pink' 'Exploded Pumpkin'
• Yellow re-bloomer with green • Linen yellow re-blooming • Round pink re-bloomer with dark • Semi-evergreen branching
throat flowers with violet eye and red eye and green throat tetraploid
green throat
• Orange with darker to red eyezone
• Rebloomer

Jun- Zones 3-9 32in Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Final Touch' 'Finders Keepers' 'Frans Hals' 'Gentle Shepherd'
• 5"/12.5cm fragrant pink and • 7"/17½cm flowers • 4½"/11cm rust and orange • 5"/12.5cm lightly-ruffled off-white
lavender bi-color • Large round Butter cream self bicolor flower blended into a subtle
• Rebloomer with light pink overlay and green throat
ruffled edge!

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Grape Velvet'
• Purple flower with large green
throat

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug 45cm

'Fragrant Returns™' Hemerocallis (Daylily)
• Strong sweet fragrance, early-fall, everblooming,
'Happy Returns'
3¼"/8cm flowers, lightly ruffled, extended bloom,
light lemon yellow • 3"/7.5cm light yellow flowers
Jun- Zones 3-9 43-
Aug 48cm

Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 45- Jun- Zones 3-9 50cm
Aug Aug 80cm Aug 50cm Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Heavenly Flight of 'Helix' 'Irresistible Charm' 'Lady Betty Fretz'
Angels' • Bordeaux red spider type flower • Yellow flower with orange/pink • Fragrant, branching tetraploid
above with green throat
• Yellow-green spider type flower ruffled edges and eye zone • Ivory with red eye and double red
with a white edge gold edge above green throat
• Rebloomer
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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm
Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Lavender Blue Baby'
• Wide lavender re-blooming flowers
with blue center and green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug 75cm Hemerocallis (Daylily)
Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Longfields Glory'
lilioasphodelus (H. flava) • Lavender re-bloomer with purple
eye and yellow throat
• 4½"/10cm yellow lily shaped
flowers, very fragrant Jun- Zones 3-9 40cm
Aug

Jun- Zones 3-9 35cm Jun- Zones 3-9 40cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 50cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Longfields Butterfly' 'Longfields Pearl' 'Magic Dancer' 'Martina Verhaert'
• Pink and cream re-bloomer with • Creamy-white re-bloomer with • Purple with dark eye re-bloomer • 5"/12.5cm lavender blooms with
yellow throat green eye with green throat purple-red eye with a yellow-green
throat

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Hemerocallis

Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 55cm
Aug Aug Aug 55cm Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Matrousjka' 'Mauna Loa' 'Moses’ Fire' 'Moussaka'
• Pink flowers with cream mid-rib • 5"/12.5cm tangerine-copper-gold • Giant 6"/15cm double, reblooming • White with purple center and
above green throat flowers with subtle red highlights flowers flamed ruffled purple edge and
and a golden-yellow throat • Deep red flowers with gold edge green throat
and green throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 55- Jun- Zones 3-9 16in
Aug Aug Aug 60cm Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'On and On' 'Pardon Me' 'Purple Flame' 'Rosy Returns'
• 4½"/11cm baby-pink flowers • 2¾"/7cm bright-red flowers with • Soft purple flowers with dark • The first reblooming pink Daylily
• High bud count and very yellow-green throat purple center and edges • Rosy-pink flowers with deep-rose
impressive rebloomer • Fragrant eye-zone and vivid yellow throat
• Dark-green, semi-evergreen

Jun- Zones 3-9 63cm Jun- Zones 3-9 45- Jun- Zones 3-9 50cm Jun- Zones 3-9
Aug Aug 50cm Aug Aug 55cm

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Sabine Bauer' 'Shelton Holiday' 'Siloam Paul Watts' 'Snaggle Tooth'
• 6"/15cm yellow-cream flowers • Double dark red flowers • 4½"/11.5cm red flowers with a • Rich dark pink flowers with white
detailed with a dramatically green throat and ruffled edges edges
contrasting dark-purple eye-zone
and ‘bubbled’ dark-purple edges
• Deep velvety color
• High bud count
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Hemerocallis | Heuchera

Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 65cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily)
'Strawberry Candy' 'Tequilla and Lime' 'Tiger Blood' 'Venetian Fringe'
• 4½"/11cm apricot-pink flowers • Yellow re-bloomer with green • Cream with great dark red eye • Rose with gold fringe edge above
with red-tinted edges, throat and edge green throat
strawberry-red eye-zone and
yellow throat

Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 75cm Jun- Zones 3-9 24in Jun- Zones 4-9 25cm
Aug Aug Aug Sep

Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Hemerocallis (Daylily) Heuchera (Coral Bells)
'Voodoo Dancer' 'White Temptation' 'Yellow Submarine' Big Top Series
• Black purple flowers above green • 6"/15cm white flowers with a • 6"/15cm fully double lemon-yellow 'Big Top Burgundy' (P)
throat green throat flowers • Deep brown foliage topped late
• Semi-evergreen foliage • Rebloomer in the season with sprays of
cream flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 25-
Sep 35cm Sep Sep 30cm Sep 30cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells)
Big Top Series Carnival Series Carnival Series Carnival Series
'Big Top Gold' (P) 'Black Olive' (P) 'Candy Apple' Cocomint (P)
• Orange-green foliage with • Strong plants with warm olive • Strong plant with red/green • Attractive tricoloured leaves
purple-red undersides coloured foliage foliage centered with silver and burgundy,
surrounded by green

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Heuchera

Jun- Zones 4-9 25-
Sep 30cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells)
Carnival Series
Fall Festival (P)
• Leaves in shades of bronze, green
and silver
• Copper to “patina” green

Heuchera (Coral Bells) Jun- Zones 4-9
Sep
25-
30cm

Carnival Series Heuchera (Coral Bells)
Coffee Bean (P)
• Warm copper markings on Carnival Series
caramel foliage Limeade (P)
Jun- Zones 4-9
Sep
25-
30cm
• Cream markings on chartreuse
foliage
• Great growth

Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 25-
Sep 30cm Sep 30cm Sep 30cm Sep 30cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells)
Carnival Series Carnival Series Carnival Series Carnival Series
Peach Parfait (P) Plum Crazy (P) Rose Granita (P) Silver Streak (P)
• Beautiful peach-pink foliage • Rich silver markings on purple • Bright silver-rose leaves with • Bright silver markings on dark
• Shows silver in cooler foliage great mounding habit green foliage
temperatures • Green halo in cooler temperatures
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Heuchera

Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 25cm Jun- Zones 4-9 40cm Jun- Zones 4-9 20-
Sep 30cm Sep Sep Sep 25cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells)
Carnival Series 'Caramel' (P) 'Circus' (P) 'Frosty Morn' (P)
Watermelon (P) • Copper-caramel foliage with red • Yellow -green leaves with • Rounded but pointy leaves
• Peach-pink new growth maturing undersides prominant blackish-red veining marbled green with cream
to bronze-green • Good heat tolerance • Bright red flowers in spring • Consistant variegation!
• Cream flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 12in Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm Jun- Zones 4-9
Sep Sep Sep Sep 25cm

Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells)
'Magic Color' 'Mars' 'Neptune' 'Obsidian' (P)
• Bright-green with red veins and • Pale purple-red foliage • Pewter-purple leaves with • The blackest Heuchera there is,
gold edges, then a unique pink contrasting pattern with beautiful veining with broad, shiny leaves
stage before changing to silver
with purple veins and red edges
dark veins • Cream flowers

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm Jun- Zones 4-9 30cm
Sep 35cm Sep 30cm Sep Sep

Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells) Heuchera (Coral Bells)
'Peach Flambe' (P) 'Plum Pudding' (P) 'Swirling Fantasy' (P) 'Venus'
• Bright peach-colored leaves that • Compact plant with shiny • Pewter red foliage with dark veins • Large silver sheened leaves with
literally glow in spring, summer plum-purple foliage and bright-red flowers dark veining
and fall, turning to plum in Winter • The first purple-leaved heuchera
with red flowers

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Heucherella | Hosta

May- Zones 4-9 20cm Jun- Zones 3-8 15cm Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8
Jul Jul Aug 50cm Aug 55cm

Heucherella (Coral Bells) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Honey Rose' (P) Mouse Series 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' 'Abiqua Moonbeam'
• Sable colored, deeply incised and 'Blue Mouse Ears' • Medium-size spreading Hosta • Green leaves with wide
lobed foliage is highlighted with
dark veins that form an intricate
• Forms a tight mounded plant of • Blue-green leaves with a puckered green/yellow margin
small, round, blue-green leaves texture, very rounded and deeply
pattern
• Lavender flowers cupped, white flowers

Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jun- Zones 3-8 60cm Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 65-
Aug Aug Aug Aug 70cm

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Antioch' 'Atlantis' (P) 'August Moon' 'Avocado'
• Robust medium-size Hosta, with • Medium-size Hosta • Medium-size Hosta • Yellow foliage with wide green
large, spearhead-shaped leaves, • Slightly wavy, pointed green • Cupped, heart-shaped, golden edge
mid-green with irregular
creamy-white margins
leaves with very wide, light yellow yellow leaves • Sport of Guacamole
margins

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 30cm
Aug Jul 35cm Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Blue Vision' 'Bobcat' 'Bressingham Blue' 'Brim Cup'
• Large Hosta • Tetraploid sport of H. Wolverine
• Medium-size Hosta • Small Hosta
• True blue variety with white flowers • Purple flowers • Cupped, heart-shaped, blue-green • Cupped, heart-shaped leaves with
• Large, cup-shaped leaves • Medium size Hosta leaves of heavy substance medium-green centers and broad
• White flowers white margins

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Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 40cm Jun- Zones 3-8 30cm Jun- Zones 3-8 40-
Aug Aug Aug Aug 45cm

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Captain Kirk' 'Chain Lightning' 'Cherry Berry' 'Color Festival'
• Medium-size Hosta • White center and dark green • Small Hosta • Leaves with white center that
• Large heart-shaped leaves remain wide margin • Pointed elliptic leaves, mostly changes to light yellow with dark
green margin
gold in color with showy dark white with irregular dark-green
green variegation margins

Jun- Zones 3-8 40cm
Aug

Hosta (Funkia)
'Colored Hulk'
• Cupped yellow leaves with dark
green margin

Jun- Zones 3-8
Aug 38cm Hosta (Funkia)
Hosta (Funkia) 'El Nino'
'Diana Remembered' • Intense blue foliage with white edges
plantaginea
• Sport of Halcyon
• Small-medium sized Hosta with Jun- Zones 3-8
Aug
40-
45cm
shiny blue-green leaves and
creamy-white margins

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Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 16in Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 30cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Don Stevens' 'Enterprise' 'Fire and Ice' 'First Frost'
• Glossy green leaves with • Medium-size Hosta • Medium-size Hosta • One of the best sports from
yellow/white margin • White center with green-yellow • Heart-shaped leaves with white Hosta ‘Halcyon’
transfer to green margin chartreuse margins • Blue leaves with a 1/2" border of
• Fast grower creamy yellow that ages to white

Jun- Zones 3-8 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 20cm Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 18in
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Forbidden Fruit' (P) 'Fragrant Blue' 'Fragrant Bouquet' 'Fragrant Dream'
• Lilac flowers • Small Hosta with thick, smooth- • Apple green leaves with yellow • Medium-size Hosta
• Blue foliage with orange/yellow textured, heart-shaped blue-green
leaves
margin • Dark-green leaves framed in
center broad, creamy-yellow edges
that lighten in color

Jun- Zones 3-8 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 14in Jun- Zones 3-8 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 60cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Francee' fortunei 'Ghostmaster' 'Gold Standard' 'Golden Meadows' (P)
• Medium-size hosta • Small Hosta • Good grower sieboldiana

• Leaves have dark-green centers • Green-edged leaves with white • Yellow leaves with green edge • Large Hosta
with white margins centers that remain white until • Three color leaf variegation with
first frost golden centers, dark-green margins
and random pale green streaks
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Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-8 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jun- Zones 3-8 60cm Jun- Zones 3-8 70cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Great Expectations' 'Guacamole' 'Honeybells' 'Jurassic Park'
• Medium-size Hosta • Large Hosta • Large Hosta • Vigorous Hosta with enormous
• Heart-shaped leaves with yellow • Chartreuse leaves with wide green • Vigorous plant with fragrant green leaves and puckered
surface, heavy substance
centers and blue green margins margins flowers
• Center fades to white in summer • Reversed H. ‘Fragrant Bouquet’ • Large light green leaves

Jun- Zones 3-8 25- Jun- Zones 3-8 40cm Jun- Zones 3-8 35- Jun- Zones 3-8 20in
Aug 30cm Aug Aug 40cm Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Kiwi Spearmint' 'Lakeside Little Tuft' 'Lakeside Paisley Print' 'Liberty'
• White leaves with green veining • Yellow/gold leaves with green • Yellow foliage with cream edges • Medium-size Hosta
margin • Purple flowers • Thick, dark-green foliage with
very wide golden margins that
fade to cream

Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-8 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 58cm
Jul 40cm Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Luna Moth' 'Marmalade on Toast' 'Midwest Magic' 'Minuteman'
• Dark green leaves with bright • Fast growing plants with large • Medium to large Hosta • Large, broad-spreading Hosta
green/yellow margins shiny blue/green leaves • Heart-shaped, green-gold leaves • Slightly cupped, heart-shaped
with irregular dark green margins leaves with dark green, flame-
shaped centers and white margins

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Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-9 25cm
Jul

Hosta (Funkia)
'Monster Ears'
• Green sport of H. Sunset Grooves
• Thick green leaves
• Medium size Hosta

NOT AVAILABLE FOR EU INCLUDING UK

Hosta (Funkia) Jun- Zones 3-8
Aug
8-
12in

'Magic Island' Hosta (Funkia)
• Blue grey foliage with creme 'Orange Star'
yellow center
• Medium-size Hosta
Jun- Zones 3-8
Aug
30-
35cm • Thick yellow leaf with a small
dark-green edge

Jun- Zones 3-8 40- Jun- Zones 3-8 55cm Jun- Zones 3-8 43cm Jun- Zones 3-8 14-
Aug 50cm Aug Aug Aug 18in

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Pathfinder' 'Patriot' 'Paul’s Glory' 'Paul Revere'
• Medium-size Hosta • Medium-size Hosta • Medium-size Hosta • Medium-size Hosta
• White centered leaves with some • Leaves dark-green with broad • Gold leaves with blue margins • Sport of Hosta ‘Patriot’ with wide
green spots and green margin, pure white margins • The leaf centers mature to white dark green margins surrounding
good ‘Francee’ sport • Excellent sport of ‘Francee’ a creamy white centre

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Hosta

Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jun- Zones 3-8 10cm Jun- Zones 3-8 30cm Jun- Zones 3-8 30cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Pizzazz' 'Rainbow’s End' 'Rainforest Sunrise' 'Restless Sea'
• Cream blue foliage with white edge • Small Hosta • Small Hosta • Grey-green leaves
• Gold center with wide, dark • Smaller leaves with a creamy • Compact variety
green border yellow center and a cupped
blue-green margin

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 35- Jun- Zones 3-8 35cm Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm
Aug Aug 40cm Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Sagae' 'Sandhill Crane' 'Sting' 'Stirfry'
• Medium-size hosta • Narrow green foliage with white • Thick green leaves with a cream • Dark green shiny leaves
• Wavy-edged frosty-blue leaves edges changing to pure white centre,
nice compact
with creamy-gold margins

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 45cm Jun- Zones 3-8 40cm Jun- Zones 3-8 100cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Sugar and Spice' 'Summer Breeze' 'Sunset Grooves' 'T Rex'
• Glossy medium to dark green • Medium-size Hosta • Medium-size Hosta • Big green leaves
leaves with a white margin • Dark green leaves with wide • Thick rugose leaves golden center
irregular, chartreuse to yellow with green edge
margins • White flowers
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Hosta | Incarvillea

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 60-
Aug Aug 75cm Aug 45cm Aug 70cm

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Tambourine' 'Thunderbolt' (P) sieboldiana 'Tokudama 'True Blue'
• Medium green foliage with white • Large Hosta Flavocircinalis' • Medium-sized Hosta
margin • Yellow-cream leaves with blue
• Blue leaves with yellow margin • Heart-shaped blue-green with
margins good substance, heavy textured
• A very good, strong grower for a • Strong grower
and puckered
white-centered variety

Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-8 Jun- Zones 3-8 50cm
Aug Jul 35cm 55cm Aug
Aug

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia)
'Twilight' 'Velvet Moon' 'Venus' plantaginea 'Whirlwind'
• Medium-large Hosta • Tetraploid version of H. Abique • Medium-sized Hosta • Medium-large Hosta
• Leaves emerge light-green with Moonbeam
• Spectacular, large, triple-layered • Heart-shaped leaves with
yellow margins • Medium to large Hosta white flowers are also pleasantly creamy-white centers and
fragrant irregular dark-green margins

Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-8 35cm Jun- Zones 5-9 50cm Jun- Zones 5-9
Jul Aug Jul Jul 40cm

Hosta (Funkia) Hosta (Funkia) Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia) Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia)
'White Dove' 'White Feathers' delavayi 'Snowtop' delavayi
• Lanceolate green leaves with a • Medium-size Hosta • A mound of pinnately compound • Trumpet-shaped, white flowers
white edge
• White leaves, later green with green foliage, topped with which appear in early summer
• Medium size Hosta beautiful white stripes racemes of large trumpet-shaped
flowers, rose flowers

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Iris chrysographes, sibirica

May- Zones 3-9 May- Zones 3-9 60cm May- Zones 3-9 70cm May- Zones 3-9
55cm Jun Jun 65cm
Jun Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series
® ® ® ®

'Black Joker™' sibirica 'Charming Billy™' sibirica 'Jerry Murphy™' sibirica 'Miss Apple™' sibirica
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)
• Unique variety with three colours • Red violet petals with yellow signals • Spectacular mix of copper, cream, • Medium red flowers blended
• Rich flowering • Light blue styles gold, peach and yellow in the with yellow
flower • Violet red styles

May- Zones 3-9 60cm May- Zones 3-9 65cm May- Zones 3-9 80cm Apr- Zones 4-8 65cm
Jun Jun Jun May

Iris Iris Iris Iris
Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series
® ® ® ®

'Painted Woman™' sibirica 'Paprikash™' sibirica 'Pennywhistle™' sibirica 'Unbuttoned Zippers'
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) sibirica (Siberian Iris)
• Pearl coloured standard with • Violet peach flowers with red • Violet flowers with gold signals • Blend of yellow, red and violet
red-violet veins speckles changing to yellow and cream flower
• Bright yellow signal

May- Zones 3-9 May- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 50cm Jun- Zones 5-8
65cm 70cm Jul 50cm
Jun Jun Jul

Iris Iris Iris Iris
Peacock Butterfly Series Peacock Butterfly Series chrysographes
® ®
'Black Form' chrysographes
'Uncorked ™' sibirica 'White Amber™' sibirica • Very dark purple-maroon flowers • Deep purple almost black flowers
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) with narrow golden-yellow stripes
on the falls
• A blend of grey, smoke, beige, • Creamy white flowers with yellow
mustard and glowing periwinkle edges
• Lavender pink falls
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Iris ensata, germanica

Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 May- Zones 3-9 90cm
85cm Jul 100cm 90cm Jul
Jul Jul

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Angel Mountain' ensata 'Blue Mandarin' ensata 'Eileen’s Dream' ensata 'Good Omen' ensata
• Large blue and white flowers with • Large dark blue flowers with • Large maroon velvet flowers (Japanese Iris)
yellow signals in the center yellow signals
• Flowers have large falls, and
reduced standards, creating
a flattened, round looking flower

May- Zones 3-9 70- May- Zones 3-9 38in May- Zones 3-9 30in May- Zones 3-9 75-
Jul 80cm Jul Jul Jun 90cm

Iris Iris Iris Iris (Bearded Iris)
'Harlequinesque' ensata 'Purple Parasol' ensata 'Variegata' ensata 'Beverly Sills' germanica
(Japanese Iris) (Japanese Iris) (Japanese Iris) (Bearded Iris)
• Large white with purple flowers • Purple-blue flowers • Large purple flowers • Lacy coral-pink, extremely fast
• Green and white variegated leaves growing, prolific bloomer

May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75-
Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm

Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris)
'Blue Sapphire' germanica 'Buckwheat' germanica 'Cimarron Strip' germanica 'Clarence' germanica
(Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris)
• Solid blue flowers • Large yellow flowers • Salmon and wine red flower • Whitish standards and sky blue
falls, blooms late spring and
early fall

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Iris germanica, louisiana water

May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75-
Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm

Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris)
'Frappe' germanica 'Immortality' germanica 'Matinata' germanica 'Mission Ridge' germanica
(Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris)
• White to soft pink flowers • Pure white with lemon-yellow • Dark blue flowers • White with blue flowers
beards, rebloomer, blooms early
spring and late summer
• Re-bloomer • Re-bloomer

May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75-
Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm

Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris)
'Orange Chariot' Germanica 'Pumpkin Cheesecake' 'Rimfire' Germanica 'Rosalie Figge' Germanica
(Bearded Iris) Germanica (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris)
• Yellow to orange flowers • White to yellow/brown flower • Purple brown flower • Large dark blue flowers
• Re-bloomer

May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 75- Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jun 90cm Jul

Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris (Bearded Iris) Iris
'Sea Double' Germanica 'Summer Olympics' 'War Chief' Germanica 'Black Gamecock'
(Bearded Iris) Germanica (Bearded Iris) (Bearded Iris) (Louisiana Water Iris)
• Light blue flowers • Yellow standard with yellow edge • Red, non-fading flowers that add • Velvety purple-black flowers
• Re-bloomer • Nicely ruffled a pop of color with yellow beards
• Reblooms • Fragrant!
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Iris louisiana water, pallida, pumila, sibirica

Jun- Zones 3-9 70cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60- May- Zones 3-9 55- May- Zones 3-9 55-
Jul Jul 80cm Jun 60cm Jun 60cm

Iris Iris Iris (Sweet Iris) Iris (Sweet Iris)
'Bold Pretender' 'White Umbrella' 'Albo Variegata' pallida 'Aureo Variegata' pallida
(Louisiana Water Iris) (Louisiana Water Iris) • Sword like green leaves with • Sword like green leaves with
• Bright red and pink petals with • A classic beauty with broad lightly white edges yellow edges
yellow-orange signal ruffled, white flowers with greenish • Popular garden plant • Popular garden plant
• Flowers have a heavy substance gold stripes

Apr- Zones 3-9 25cm Apr- Zones 3-9 25cm Apr- Zones 3-9 20cm Apr- Zones 4-8
May May May May 25cm

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Blue Denim' 'Brassie' 'Cherry Garden' 'Demon'
(Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris)
• Clear blue • Golden yellow • Purple-red • Dark purple flowers with yellow
beard
• Compact plant

Apr- Zones 4-8 Apr- Zones 3-9 25cm Apr- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 3-9 80cm
May 25cm May 25cm Jun
May

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Larrikin' 'Little Shadow' 'Tickety Boo' 'Blue Bird' sibirica (Siberian Iris)
(Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris)
• The sapphire blue flowers are
• Deep purple flowers with white • Dark purple-blue flowers • Soft pink flowers with blue beard very striking and will attract a lot
background • Compact plant of attention!

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Iris sibirica

May- Zones 3-9 75- May- Zones 3-9 70cm May- Zones 3-9 80cm May- Zones 3-9 60-
Jun 90cm Jun Jun Jun 90cm

Iris Iris Iris Iris (Siberian Iris)
'Bundle of Joy' sibirica 'Butter and Sugar' sibirica 'Caesar’s Brother' sibirica 'Concord Crush' sibirica
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)
• Double blue flowers • Creamy standards and butter- • Dark velvety-purple flowers • Dark blue-violet flower, signal
yellow falls white veined dark blue
• Reblooms

May- Zones 3-9 75cm May- Zones 3-9 60cm May- Zones 3-9 75cm May- Zones 3-9 75cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Contrast in Styles' sibirica 'Dance Ballerina Dance' 'Double Standard' sibirica 'Golden Edge' sibirica
(Siberian Iris) sibirica (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)
• Mid-wine standards, light milky • Ruffled lilac-white standards and • 6 light violet-blue falls with gold • Blue-violet flowers with a narrow
blue style arms, bright mid-wine flowing lilac falls, with honey signal inside white sunburst gold edge, rich-yellow signal areas
red falls markings in the signal area have a white halo

May- Zones 3-9 90cm May- Zones 3-9 May- Zones 3-9 85cm May- Zones 3-9 60-
Jun 80cm Jun Jun 90cm
Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Gull’s Wing' sibirica 'How Audacious' sibirica 'Imperial Opal' sibirica 'Kabluey' sibirica (Siberian Iris)
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) • Dark blue violet, white blaze,
• Large slightly-ruffled pure-white • Spectacular colours of purple • Layered petals of lavender-pink yellow in throat
flowers with yellow with light pink edges
• One of the best whites
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Iris sibirica, versicolor

May- Zones 3-9 70cm May- Zones 3-9 May- Zones 3-9 70cm May- Zones 3-9
Jun 70cm Jun 75cm
Jun Jun

Iris Iris Iris Iris
'Kita-No-Seiza' sibirica 'Not Quite White' sibirica 'Pink Parfait' sibirica 'Spindazzle' sibirica
(Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris) (Siberian Iris)

• Medium to dark blue violet style • Almost white flowers • Light pink/lavender flower yellow • Light rose standards, violet halo
arms, medium to dark blue violet • Good for containers signal inside large white sunburst around golden blaze
falls, large white signal, veined halo

May- Zones 3-9 75-
Jun 90cm

Iris
'Tumble Bug' sibirica
(Siberian Iris)
• Semi-double purple flowers

May- Zones 3-9
Jun 85cm Iris
Iris 'Golden Zebra' versicolor
'Welcome Return' sibirica • Golden yellow orchid like
flowers with zebra stripes
(Siberian Iris)
• Velvety deep blue-purple flowers Jun- Zones 3-9 25cm
• Reblooms
Jul

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Kirengeshoma | Knautia | Kniphofia | Lavatera | Liatris

Aug- Zones 5-9 90cm Jun- Zones 4-8 40cm Jun- Zones 60- Jun- Zones 60-
Sep Oct Sep 6-10 80cm Sep 6-10 80cm

Kirengeshoma Knautia (Pincusion flower) Kniphofia (Torch Lily) Kniphofia (Torch Lily)
(Yellow Waxbells)
'Mars Midget' macedonica 'Amazing Fun' 'Candy Apple'
palmata • Dwarf variety with ruby-red flowers • Unique because of the combined • Will light up your border with it’s
on sturdy, well-branched plants red and white colours of the curious flower spikes in glowing
• Bushy growth of arching wiry
stems, with green leaves • Very floriferous from June till frost flowers orange shades
• Yellow waxy bell-shaped flowers

Jun- Zones 60- Jul- Jun- Zones
60cm Jun- Zones
Sep 80cm Zones 6-9 110cm Sep 55cm
6-10 Sep 6-10 Sep 6-10

Kniphofia (Torch Lily) Kniphofia (Torch Lily) Kniphofia (Torch Lily) Kniphofia (Torch Lily)
'Flaming Torch' 'Incandesce' 'Nancy’s Red' 'Slush Puppy'
• Curious flower spikes in glowing • Most red flowered Kniphofia on • Beautifully colored spikes of • Compact plant that produces
shades of flaming orange and the market deep-red tubular flowers rise many orange flowers
yellow on strong stems out of a clump • Good grower
• Opening pale yellow from of grassy foliage
flame buds

Jun- Zones 5-9 125cm Jul- 100cm Jul- Jul- 75cm
Aug Aug
Zones 3-9
Aug
Zones 3-9 75cm Aug
Zones 3-9

Lavatera (Tree Mallow) Liatris (Gay Feather) Liatris (Gay Feather) Liatris (Gay Feather)
'Barnsley Baby' spicata 'Floristan Violet' spicata 'Floristan Weiss' spicata
• Compact version of ‘Barnsley’ • Long, thick, bottlebrush-like • Deep rosy-violet flowers • Large white spikes, good cuts
• Has whiter flowers on darker flower spikes
• Very good for cutting • Recommend three corms per pot
stems and shows less reversion • Violet-blue flowers • Recommend three corms per pot
• Recommend three corms per pot
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Liatris | Ligularia

Jul- Zones 3-9 35cm Jul- Zones 4-8 150cm Jul- Zones 4-8 100cm Jul- Zones 4-8 100cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Liatris (Gay Feather) Ligularia (Golden Ray) Ligularia (Golden Ray) Ligularia (Golden Ray)
'Kobold Original' spicata przewalskii 'Britt-Marie Crawford' (P) 'Desdemona' dentata
• Shorter cultivar with thick • Impressively tall racemes of bright dentata • Warm-golden daisy-like flowers
rosy-violet flower spikes yellow, wispy-petaled flowers in
• Glossy chocolate-maroon foliage • Purple-green foliage
• True original ‘Kobold’ divisions mid summer and broad clusters of large
• Recommend one corm per pot • Very similar to ‘The Rocket’ orange-yellow flowers

Jul- Zones 4-8 90cm
Aug

Ligularia (Golden Ray)
'Othello' dentata
• Stemmed clusters of daisy-like
flowers above
• Orange-yellow flowers
• Purple foliage

Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-8 60cm Ligularia (Golden Ray)
Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Little Lantern' (P)
'Twilight' dentata • Dwarf cultivar with large, conical
heads of bright-yellow flowers
• Intense yellow flowers
• Dark foliage Jul-
Aug
Zones 4-8 65cm

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Ligularia | Lilium

Jul- Zones 4-8 180cm Jul- Zones 4-8 90cm Jul- Zones 4-8 100cm Jul- Zones 4-8 50cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Ligularia (Golden Ray) Ligularia (Golden Ray) Ligularia (Golden Ray) Ligularia (Golden Ray)
'The Rocket' stenocephala 'Garden Confetti' (P) 'Little Rocket' (P) 'Osiris Café Noir' (P)
• Impressively tall racemes of bright • Large heart-shaped leaves
• Dwarf form of L. ‘The Rocket’ • Foliage emerges dark, lightens to
yellow, wispy-petaled flowers spotted and mottled green on green with red veins in the
a background of yellow in spring summer and then becomes darker
and dark in the summer bronze-green in the fall

Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm
Jul Jul Jul Jul

Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily)
FantAsiatics Series ®
FantAsiatics Series®
FantAsiatics Series ®
FantAsiatics Series ®

'Bronze' (Asiatic Type) 'Orange' (Asiatic Type) 'Orange Hot Spot' 'Peach' (Asiatic Type)
• Bronze flowers • Orange flowers (Asiatic Type) • Peach flowers
• Orange flowers with dark
orange spots

Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm
Jul Jul 30cm Jul 30cm Jul

Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily)
FantAsiatics Series ®
FantAsiatics Series®
FantAsiatics Series ®
FantAsiatics Series ®

'Pink' (Asiatic Type) 'Raspberry' (Asiatic Type) 'Red' (Asiatic Type) 'Red Hot' (Asiatic Type)
• Pink flowers • Raspberry flowers • Bright red flowers • Hot red flowers

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Lilium

Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm Jun- Zones 3-9 30cm
Jul Jul Jul Jul

Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily)
FantAsiatics Series
®
FantAsiatics Series
®
FantAsiatics Series ®
FantAsiatics Series
®

'White' (Asiatic Type) 'White Hot Spot' 'Yellow' (Asiatic Type) 'Yellow Hot Spot'
• White flowers (Asiatic Type) • Yellow flowers (Asiatic Type)
• White flowers with dark eye • Yellow flowers with dark red eye

Jun- Zones 4-9 100cm Jun- Zones 4-9 150cm Jun- Zones 4-9 45cm Jun- Zones 4-9 80-
Jul Jul Jul Jul 90cm

Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily)
'Casablanca' (Oriental Type) 'Golden Stargazer' 'Luzia' (Oriental Type) martagon var. album
• Large, fragrant white flowers (Oriental Type) • White flowers with a yellow streak • White flower with sulphur yellow
• Large golden yellow flowers on along the petal centers stamens
strong stems • Glossy dark-green foliage • Rare to find variety

Jun- Zones 4-9 120cm Jun- Zones 4-9 45cm Jun- Zones 4-9 45cm Jun- Zones 4-9 40cm
Jul Jul Jul Jul

Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily)
martagon var. rubrum 'Maru' (Oriental Type) 'Mona Lisa' (Oriental Type) 'Pimento' (Oriental Type)
• Reddish purple flowers • Red flowers with white edges • Outward-facing flowers with • Short variety with purple-red
• Glossy dark-green foliage pinkish centers blended to white flowers with white edges
edges, Freckling • Similar look to ‘Stargazer’

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Lilium | Meconopsis | Melittis | Mertensia | Monarda

Jun- Zones 4-9 50cm Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 70cm
Jul Jul 35cm Jul 90cm Jul

Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily) Lilium (Garden Lily)
'Salmon Star' (Oriental Type) 'Souvenir' (P) (Oriental Type) 'Star Gazer' (Oriental Type) 'Tom Pouce' (Oriental Type)
• Light salmon-pink flowers with an • Large clean pink flowers on a • Upward-facing flowers with • Pink flowers with lemon-yellow
orange stripe and orange spots low-growing plant crimson centers, light edges streaks along the petal centers
• Fast growing • Very floriferous and numerous of freckles

Jun- 100cm Apr- Zones 6-9 38cm Apr- Zones 4-9 Jun- Zones 4-9 25-
Jul
Zone 7
May May 60cm Aug 30cm

Meconopsis Melittis Mertensia (Bluebells) Monarda (Wild Bergamot)
(Himalayan Blue Poppy)
'Royal Velvet virginica (Virginia Bluebells) 'Balmy™ Lilac' (P)
betonicifolia Distinction' (P) melissophyllum • Arching stems with clusters of • Lilac flowers
• Rich-sky-blue flowers centered • White flowers with a large crimson hanging bell-shaped pastel-blue
flowers, interspersed with fleshy
• More mildew resistant compact
with golden-yellow anthers lip with a white edge grower
• Rough-textured, dark-green foliage grayish leaves

Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 25- Jun- Zones 4-9 80cm Jun- Zones 4-9 25-
Aug 30cm Aug 30cm Aug Aug 30cm

Monarda (Wild Bergamot) Monarda (Wild Bergamot) Monarda (Wild Bergamot) Monarda (Wild Bergamot)
'Balmy™ Pink' (P) 'Balmy™ Rose' (P) 'Fireball' (P) didyma 'Cranberry Lace' (P) didyma
• Pink flowers • Pure rose flowers • Deep-red flowers • Outstanding, compact perennial
• More mildew resistant compact • Dark green foliage • Resistant to mildew with spring green, aromatic foliage
grower • Shorter in first year • Pink-purple flower springs out of
its petiole

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Monarda | Mukdenia | Nepeta | Omphalodes | Ophiopogon | Paeonia

Jun- Zones 4-9 40cm
Aug

Monarda (Wild Bergamot)
'Pink Lace' (P) didyma
• Very compact plant with
purple-pink flowers
• Blooms well even as a young plant
• Good mildew resistance

Monarda (Wild Bergamot) Apr- Zones 4-9
May 25cm

'Balmy™ Purple' (P) Mukdenia
• This dwarf purple Monarda is 'Karasuba™' rossii
more mildew resistant
• Summer sun brings out purple-red
Jun- Zones 4-9 25- coloring which starts at the edges
Aug 30cm
and creeps inwards

Jun- Zones 5-9 35cm Apr- Zones 5-9 25cm Jul- Zones
15cm May- Zones 3-8
Aug May Aug 6-10 Jun 80cm

Nepeta (Catmint) Omphalodes (Navelwort) Ophiopogon (Mondo Grass) Paeonia (Peony)
'Junior Walker' 'Starry Eyes' cappadocica 'Nigrescens' planiscapus 'Bartzella' (Itoh)
• Many blue flowers on compact • Flowers colored as tiny blue stars • (Black Mondo Grass) Very dark • Very fragrant, fully double bright
plant on a white background purple foliage yellow flowers
• Popular variety • Fast growing selection • Mature plants are very floriferous

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Paeonia Itoh, Lactiflora Double

May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8 75cm May- Zones 4-8 65cm May- Zones 3-8
Jun 60cm Jun Jun 80cm
Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Border Charm' (Itoh) 'Canary Brilliants' (Itoh) 'Cora Louise' (Itoh) 'First Arrival' (Itoh)
• Semi double red flowers with • Creamy yellow flowers with apricot • Striking large semi double white • Semi-double bright pink flowers
red center hues in center flowers with lavender flares with lavender overtones
• The first pink flowered Itoh-hybrid
bred by Roger Anderson

May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 4-8 80cm May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 4-8
85cm Jun Jun 80cm Jun 70cm
Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Garden Treasure' (Itoh) 'Hillary' (Itoh) 'Julia Rose' (Itoh) 'Lollipop' (Itoh)
• Large, yellow, semi-double • Semi double pink flowers that • Semi-double flowers opening • Semi double bright yellow flowers
flowers, with red petal bases, age to cream cherry-red and fading through with dark purple stripes
pink staminoides and lemon orange and yellow
fragrance

May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 3-8 50cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm
Jun 75cm 70cm Jun Jun
Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Pastel Splendor' (Itoh) 'Scarlet Heaven' (Itoh) 'Yellow Crown' (Itoh) 'Alexander Fleming'
• Single white flowers with shades • Single flowers with deep red • Medium-sized, semi-double, (Lactiflora Double)
of pink and yellow petals surrounding golden anthers bright-yellow flowers with a few
red flares
• Very floriferous variety with
fragrant, double deep-pink flowers

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Paeonia Lactiflora Double

May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 4-8
Jun Jun Jun 100cm Jun 80cm

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Ann Cousins' 'Avalanche' (Lactiflora Double) 'Bella Donna' 'Big Ben'
(Lactiflora Double)
• Very fragrant flowers with blush- (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)

• Pure white flowers white and cream petals with a • Beautiful strong pink double • Large deep maroon, double red
• Dark green foliage few red thread markings flowers flowers

May- Zones 3-8 90cm
Jun

Paeonia (Peony)
'Bouchela' (Lactiflora Double)
• Deep rose pink flowers that are
pink toward the outer petals

Paeonia (Peony)
May- Zones 3-8 75cm
Jun
'Celebrity' (Lactiflora Double)
Paeonia (Peony) • Large, double blooms
'Buckeye Belle' • Flower heads contain layers of
rose-pink and layers of white
(Lactiflora Double) petals
• Semi-double, dark maroon flowers May- Zones 3-8 95cm
• Large outer petals, narrow center Jun

petals, strong foliage

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Paeonia Lactiflora Double

May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 80cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Coral Charm' (P) 'Coral Sunset' 'Do Tell' (Lactiflora Double) 'Duchesse de Nemours'
(Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
• Soft shell pink flowers with pink (Lactiflora Double)
• Open bowl shaped coral flowers • Semi-double, intense coral flowers and white center • White with a creamy center
• Robust plant • Slightly fragrant • Fragrant and floriferous
• Outstanding color • Strong stems

May- Zones 3-8 85cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 3-8 85cm
Jun Jun Jun 90cm Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Felix Crousse' 'Festiva Maxima' 'Gay Paree' (Lactiflora Double) 'Goldmine' (Lactiflora Double)
(Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
• Double pink with white anemone • Large, fragrant golden-yellow
• Carmine-red • Large white flowers with a few type flowers flowers
• One of the best reds for color red flecks • The first true lactiflora-type yellow
• Staking advised • Fragrant and very floriferous Peony!

May- Zones 3-8 80cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8
Jun Jun Jun Jun 75cm

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Green Halo' (P) 'Kansas' (Lactiflora Double) 'Karl Rosenfield' 'Kelway’s Glorious'
(Lactiflora Double)
• Large carmine-red flowers on (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
• Unusual tuft of white petals and strong stems • Semi-double, purple-red flowers • Enormous bomb-type rose-white
petaloids arise from a light green • Vigorous,dependable bloomer on strong stems flowers with red markings
blossom petal base • Very floriferous • Fragrant
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Paeonia Lactiflora Double

May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 3-8 85cm May- Zones 3-8 65- May- Zones 3-8
Jun 90cm Jun Jun 75cm 90cm
Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Lady Liberty' 'Monsieur Jules Elie' 'Morning Kiss' 'Orient Jewel'
(Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
• Double pink flowers with white • Very-large light rose-pink flowers • Double, soft pink flowers on sturdy • A remarkable “gem” of a Paeonia
bomb with a silvery sheen stems in early summer • Full cerise-pink flowers
• Floriferous with moderate fragrance

May- Zones 3-8 85cm May- Zones 3-8 85cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Paula Fay' (Lactiflora Double) Pink (Lactiflora Double) 'Pink Cameo' 'Pink Hawaiian Coral'
• Semi-double vivid pink flowers • Large double pink flowers (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)

• Good for pots and in the • Double centers of very narrow • Fragrant coral flowers
landscape ice-pink petals set in a single layer
of large petals
• Flowers have a delicate, rose-like
form

May- Zones 3-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 75cm May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 3-8 85cm
Jun Jun June 90cm Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Primevère' (Lactiflora Double) 'Purple Spider' 'Raspberry Sundae' Red (Lactiflora Double)
• Fragrant large flowers with cream (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
• Strong double red flowers
outer petals and a large yellow
center
• Vivid, violet-pink petals are tipped • Double flowers with cream petals • Good for pots and in the
and raspberry shades
with white, giving the blossoms a landscape
frosted look

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Paeonia Lactiflora Double

May- Zones 3-8 70cm May- Zones 3-8 75cm May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 4-8
Jun Jun Jun 90cm Jun 80cm

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Red Charm' (Lactiflora Double) 'Red Magic' (Lactiflora Double) 'Red Sarah Bernhardt' 'Red Spider'
• Very impressive, purple-red, • One of the fullest pure-red bomb (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
densely double bomb form type peonies • Red variety of the well-known • Intense red-rose double flowers
• Very early and persistent bloomer ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ • Good grower
• Large bowl shaped red blooms

May- Zones 3-8 75cm May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 3-8 75cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm
Jun Jun 90cm Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Renato' (Lactiflora Double) 'Sarah Bernhardt' 'Sebastian Maas' 'Shirley Temple'
• Double bright red flowers on (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double) (Lactiflora Double)
strong stems • Large, apple-blossom-pink flowers • Large pure-pink flowers • Large, rosy-white flowers
• Fragrant • Fragrant • Very fragrant

May- Zones 3-8 70cm May- Zones 3-8 75cm May- Zones 3-8 85cm May- Zones 3-8 90cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Sorbet' (Lactiflora Double) 'Sweet Harmony' White (Lactiflora Double) 'White Sarah Bernhardt'
• Multi-layers of large iced-pink (Lactiflora Double)
• White to cream-white double (Lactiflora Double)
petals and smaller cream • Very large lavender-rose flowers flowers • White variety of the well-known
petals,with a yellow center • Good for pots and in the ‘Sarah Bernhardt’
landscape • Large bowl shaped white blooms
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Paeonia Lactiflora Single, officinalis

May- Zones 3-8 83cm May- Zones 3-8 60cm May- Zones 3-8 60cm May- Zones 4-8
Jun Jun Jun Jun 70cm

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Barrington Belle' 'Bowl of Beauty' 'Flame' (Lactiflora Single) 'Green Lotus' (Lactiflora Single)
(Lactiflora Single) (Lactiflora Single)
• Firery red petals • Lime green blooms with pink
• Large cherry-red flowers on • Soft-pink petals • Strong stems make it good for overtones
strong stems • Fragrant cut-flowers • Yellow center

May- Zones 4-8 80cm May- Zones 4-8 May- Zones 3-8 May- Zones 4-8
Jun 110cm 60cm Jun 80cm
Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'Honey Gold' 'Le Charme' (Lactiflora Single) 'Nippon Beauty' 'Tom Cat' (Lactiflora Single)
(Lactiflora Single)
• Dark pink flower petals surround (Lactiflora Single) • Creamy yellow center against a
• Yellow center surrounded by a yellow center • Intense scarlet red petals backdrop of carmine red
white petals • Fragrant

May- Zones 4-8 90cm May- Zones 3-8 85cm May- Zones 3-8 80cm May- Zones 3-8 80cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony) Paeonia (Peony)
'White Cap' (Lactiflora Single) 'White Wings' 'Rosea Plena' officinalis 'Rubra Plena' officinalis
• Raspberry single flowers with (Lactiflora Single) (Common Peony) (Common Peony)
ivory and pink staminoidia • Slightly ruffled white petals • Large double rose-pink flowers • (Memorial Day Peony), huge,
• Fragrant double, long-lasting deep-red
flowers

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Paeonia | Papaver

May- Zones 3-8 75cm May- Zones 3-7 75cm May- Zones 3-7 70cm May- Zones 3-7
Jun Jun Jun Jun 75cm

Paeonia (Peony) Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy)
'Early Glow' 'Bolero' orientale (Oriental Poppy) 'Harlem' orientale (Oriental Poppy) 'Heartbeat' (P) orientale
• Single white flowers with • Strong-growing plants are • Large burgundy-rose flowers with (Super Poppy)
buff-ivory petals mid-sized black base • Deep maroon flowers with a
• Healthy and clean foliage • Reblooms in September double-layer of petals on tall,
• Foliage stays green longer strong stems

May- Zones 3-7 50cm May- Zones 3-7 50cm May- Zones 3-7 80cm May- Zones 3-7 80cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy)
'Little Dancing Girl' 'Little Patty’s Plum' (P) 'Manhattan' 'Orange Glow' orientale
orientale (Oriental Poppy) orientale (Oriental Poppy)
• Lavender-rose flowers on extra (Oriental Poppy)
• Soft-pink flowers marked with • Shorter-stemmed poppy with strong stems • Clear orange
distinctive dark blotches, on a plum-lilac flowers similar in color
shorter plant to the classic ‘Patty’s Plum’

May- Zones 3-7 80cm May- Zones 3-7 45cm May- Zones 3-7 75cm May- Zones 3-7 60cm
Jun Jun Jun Jun

Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy)
'Patty’s Plum' orientale 'Place Pigalle' 'Royal Chocolate 'Shasta' orientale (Super Poppy)
(Oriental Poppy) • White flowers with a broad Distinction' • Large perfectly rounded flowers
• Very dark reddish-purple salmon-red picotee edge on
thick stems
• Chocolate-maroon with candy floss pink edges
merging to lime-white with a
black centre

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Papaver | Penstemon | Perovskia | Persicaria | Phlomis

May- Zones 3-7 60cm May- Zones 3-7 75cm Jul- Zones 4-8
60- May- Zones 4-8 75cm
Jun Jun Aug 90cm Jul

Papaver (Poppy) Papaver (Poppy) Penstemon (Beardtongue) Penstemon (Beardtongue)
'Snow Goose' orientale 'Türkenlouis' orientale (Ruffled) 'Dark Towers' (P) 'Husker Red' digitalis
(Oriental Poppy) • Fiery red flowers with fringed • Mound of deep purple-red foliage, • White flowers flushed with pink
• Large, frilled, semi-double edges bearing spikes of bicolor soft and
deep-pink bell-shaped flowers
off-white flowers with purple-pink
blotches in summer

May- Zones 4-8 50- Jul- Jul- 50cm Jul- 63cm
Jun 55cm Sep
Zones 5-9 100cm Sep
Zones 5-9
Sep
Zones 5-9

Penstemon (Beardtongue) Perovskia (Russian Sage) Perovskia (Russian Sage) Perovskia (Russian Sage)
'Prairie Twilight' 'Blue Spire' atriplicifolia 'Lacey Blue' (P) atriplicifolia 'Little Spire' (P) atriplicifolia
• Black upright stems holding • Woody-based plants with slender, • Very compact with many blue/ • Woody-based plants with slender,
clusters of dusky rose-pink flowers upright, light-seeking panicles of purple flowers in July and August upright panicles of lavender
deep-violet flowers deep-violet flowers
• Shorter than the species

Jul- Zones 5-9 90cm Jul- Zones 5-9
60- Jul- Zones 5-9
75- Jul- Zones 4-8 113cm
Oct Oct 75cm Oct 90cm Aug

Persicaria (Knotweed) Persicaria (Knotweed) Persicaria (Knotweed) Phlomis
'Firetail' amplexicaulis 'Hohe Tatra' bistorta 'Orangefield' amplexicaulis 'Amazone' tuberosa
• Bright red flower-spikes • Spikes of deep pink flowers • Showy spikes of distinctly orange • Rosy-lilac flowers
above dark green oval leaves flowers for weeks on end from
midsummer onward

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Phlox

Jul- Jul- 38cm Jul- Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-8 50cm Sep
Zones 4-8
Sep
Zones 4-8 40cm Sep
Zones 4-8 40cm

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
Neon Series

Neon Series

Neon Series

Younique™ Series
'Aureole' (P) Paniculata 'Neon Flare' Paniculata 'Neon Flare Blue' 'Younique Bicolor' Paniculata
• Bi-color, bright fuchsia blooms • Red heart, pure white petals Paniculata • Extremely compact and rich
edged in chartreuse fading to blue-purplish, intense
• Blue flower heart, pure-white flowering
• Large flower panicles red-hot tip petals, intense blue tip • Soft pink and white flower color

Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
Younique Series

Younique Series

Younique Series

Younique™ Series
'Younique Cerise' Paniculata 'Younique Old Blue' 'Younique Old Pink' 'Younique Old Purple'
• Very compact and rich flowering Paniculata Paniculata Paniculata
• Cerise flowers • Very compact and rich flowering • Very compact and rich flowering • Very compact and rich flowering
• Dark blue and white flowers • Pink and white flowers • Bright purple flowers

Jul- Zones 4-8 50cm Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm Jul- Zones 4-8 50cm Jul- Zones 4-8
55-
Sep Sep Sep Sep 60cm

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
Younique Series

'Blue Paradise' Paniculata 'Classic Cassis' Paniculata 'Cleopatra' Paniculata
'Younique White' Paniculata • Large, fragrant, violet-blue flowers • Low growing with purple flowers • Mixed colours with soft tones
• Extremely compact and rich with purple eyes • Improved mildew resistance of pink and purple
flowering • Better mildew resistance
• Intense pure white flowers
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Phlox

Jul- 60- Jul- Jul- Zones Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-8
70cm Sep
Zones 4-8 38cm Sep 4-8 75cm Sep
Zones 4-8 50cm

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Colours of Nature' 'Cosmopolitan' (P) 'David' Paniculata 'Fondant Fancy' (P)
Paniculata Paniculata • Large pure white flowers Paniculata
• Mixed colours with soft tones of • Hot pink, overlapping petals • Very floriferous • Mid-pink flowers with darker eyes
pink and purple around a fire red eye • Increased mildew resistance on a very compact plant
• Improved mildew resistance

Jul- Zones 4-8 50cm Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm Jul- Zones 4-8
45- Jul- Zones 4-8
45-
Sep Sep Sep 60cm Sep 60cm

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Grenadine Dream' (P) 'Jade' Paniculata 'Jeff’s Blue' Paniculata 'Jeff’s Pink' Paniculata
Paniculata • Stunning pure white flower with • Richly colored buds open to a • Spectacular color, with a beautiful
• Rich red-purple flowers on a green tips soft purple-blue flower with a and clear pink glow
short plant deep purple eye • Long flowering Phlox with healthy
• Improved mildew resistance and strong green foliage

Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm Jul- Zones 4-8
60- Jul- Zones 4-8 50cm Jul- Zones 4-8
45-
Sep Sep 70cm Sep Sep 60cm

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Katja' paniculata 'Larissa' Paniculata 'Little Laura' Paniculata 'Mike’s Choice' Paniculata
• Dark purple flowers with a white • Soft pink flowers with dark eye • Violet-blue flowers with white eyes • Smallish purple and white flowers
center
• More mildew resistant • Shorter plants with relatively with green-yellow edges densely
packed into large clusters
large flowers
• Longer blooming
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Phlox

Jul- Zones 4-8
45- Jul- Zones 4-8 45cm Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm
Sep 60cm Sep Sep Sep

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Mike’s Favourite' 'Modern Art' Paniculata 'Piña Colada' (P) Paniculata 'Pink Lady' (P) Paniculata
Paniculata • Gorgeous magenta petals with • Pure angel white overlapping • Pink petals with white center and
• Compact variety with clusters of white eye on this late flowering petals give this dwarf Phlox a pink heart
large white flowers accented with and non-fading Phlox robust appearance • Dwarf, floriferous, improved
dark-magenta eyes mildew resistance

Jul- Jul- 60- Jul- Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-8 38cm Sep
Zones 4-8
70cm Sep
Zones 4-8 38cm Sep
Zones 4-8 70cm

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Purple Kiss' (P) Paniculata 'Rainbow Dancer' 'Red Caribbean' Paniculata 'Sherbet Blend' (P) Paniculata
• Dwarf Phlox with intense, deep Paniculata • Pink striped petals with bright • Yellow-green buds emerge out of
purple petals and a pure white eye
• Soft purple flower with pink center red center chocolate-maroon bracts, opening
• Florets grow up to 1.5"/ 4cm in • More mildew resistant • Dwarf, floriferous, mildew into green-yellow-edged flowers
with soft-pink or white centers
diameter! resistant

Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Phlox Phlox Phlox Phlox
'Smokey' paniculata 'Strawberry Daiquiri' (P) 'Swizzle' Paniculata 'Swizzle Blue' Paniculata
• Mauve flowers with violet pink Paniculata • This dwarf Phlox has a unique • Dwarf Phlox with unique color
center
• Intense, deep red flower on very color combination with pinkish-
white overlapping petals around
combination with blue-white
overlapping petals around an
healthy, dark green foliage
an intense, hot pink eye intense, hot pink eye
• Very short variety
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Phlox | Polemonium | Polygonatum

Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm
Sep

Phlox
'Tequila Sunrise' (P)
Paniculata
• Unique salmon-orange flowers on
a compact, sturdy plant with deep
green healthy foliage

Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-8 90cm Phlox
Phlox 'Watermelon Punch' Paniculata
'Tatjana' paniculata • Salmon-pink petals around a large
white centre!
• Purple flame flowers with white
heart Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-8 38cm

Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm Apr- Zones 4-8 40cm May- Zones 3-8 55cm
Sep Sep Jul Jun

Phlox Phlox Polemonium (Jacob’s Ladder) Polygonatum
'Zenobia' paniculata (Solomon’s Seal)
'Twister' Paniculata 'Stairway to Heaven' (P)
• A reversed version of ‘Peppermint • Dark pink flowers reptans 'Striatum' hybridum
Twist’, these plants feature pure • Disease resistant • Foliage is variegated with cream • Arching stems with dark-green
white flowers with a red-pink edges and pink flushes in the leaves marked with pale-green
flamed stripe spring, intense blue flowers and white streaks, white flowers

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Polygonatum | Potentilla | Primula | Pulmonaria

May- Zones 3-8 60cm May- Zones 3-8 60cm Jul- Zones 4-8 40cm Jul- Zones 4-9 35cm
Jun Jun Sep Sep

Polygonatum Polygonatum Potentilla (Cinquefoil) Potentilla (Cinquefoil)
(Solomon’s Seal) (Solomon’s Seal)
'Arc-en-Ciel' 'Esta Ann'
'Variegatum' falcatum 'Variegatum' multiflorum • Double crimson-red flowers with • Yellow flowers with red center
narrow yellow petal edges
• White-edged leaves on red stems • Variegated leaves with dark and
pale green streaks, and narrow
white margins

Jul- Zones 4-8 60cm Jul- Zones 4-8 30cm Mar- Zones 3-8 15cm Mar- Zones 3-8 15cm
Sep Sep Jun Jun

Potentilla (Cinquefoil) Potentilla (Cinquefoil) Primula (Primrose) Primula (Primrose)
'Monarch’s Velvet' thurberi 'Twinkling Star' 'Blue Zebra' (P) acaulis 'Dark Rosaleen'
• Larger, deep raspberry-red • Giant red and coral flowers, • Blue Zebra has perfectly striped • Unusual variety with broad
flowers with dark velvety blotches double the size of normal bright blue and white flowers in bronze-red coloured leaves
in the centers Potentillas the midst of green textured leaves making the backdrop for deep
• Attractive strawberry like foliage red flowers

Mar- Zones 3-8 Mar- Zones 3-8 15cm May- Zones 5-8 20- Apr- Zones 4-8
Jun 25cm Jun Jun 30cm May 30cm

Primula (Primrose) Primula (Primrose) Primula (Primrose) Pulmonaria (Lungwort)
'Don Keefe' (P) 'Elizabeth Killelay' (P) vialii (Orchid Primrose) 'Blue Ensign'
• Large orange-red flowers with • Fragrant double flowers of • Conical spikes of funneled violet • Large purple-blue flowers and
small yellow eye on tall stems deep-maroon petals with gold purple flowers that open from broad green foliage
above glossy, deeply-veined
foliage
edges deep-red buds • One of the best non-variegated
cultivars

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Pulmonaria | Ranunculus

Apr- Zones 4-8 30cm Apr- Zones 4-8 25cm Apr- Zones 4-8 30cm Apr- Zones 4-9 25-
May May May May 30cm

Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Pulmonaria (Lungwort)
'Diana Clare' longifolia 'Majesté' 'Mrs Moon' saccharata 'Raspberry Splash' (P)
• Large silver-sheened apple-green • Blue flowers • Pink flowers that later turn blue • Very upright, strongly silver-
blotched, sharply pointed foliage
leaves • All silver leaves that emerge green and bright, raspberry-coral
• Violet-blue flowers flowers
• Vigorous-growing

Apr- Zones 4-8 30cm Apr- Zones 4-8 30cm Apr- Zones 4-8 18cm Apr- Zones 4-8 18cm
May May May May

Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Pulmonaria (Lungwort) Pulmonaria (Lungwort)
'Roy Davidson' 'Samourai' 'Silver Bouquet' (P) 'Trevi Fountain'
• Pink flowers which mature to • Long, narrow all-silver foliage • Long, pointed, shiny silver leaves, • Superb, brightly, silver-spotted,
light blue with good sun tolerance with the occasional fleck of green, eye-pleasing foliage
topped by clusters of large pink
• Purple-blue flowers bells that change to bright blue

May- Zones 5-8 75cm May- Zones 7-9 20cm May- Zones 7-9 20cm May- Zones 7-9 20cm
Jul Aug Aug Aug

Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup)
'Flore-pleno' ficaria 'Orange Tomer' 'Pink Tomer' 'Red Tomer'
• Flowers of Flore Pleno are in • Dwarf plant with orange paeonia • Dwarf plant with pink paeonia • Dwarf plant with red paeonia
panicles, saucer-shaped, yellow, shaped flowers shaped flowers shaped flowers
numerous flowers, up to 1"/2.5cm
wide

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Ranunculus | Rodgersia | Rudbeckia

May- Zones 7-9 20cm Jun- Zones 4-8 50- Jun- Zones 4-8 80cm Jun- Zones 4-8 100cm
Aug Aug 55cm Aug Aug

Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)
'Yellow Tomer' 'Bronze Peacock' 'Chocolate Wings' pinnata 'Dark Pokers' aesculifolia
• Dwarf plant with yellow paeonia • Very dark thick foliage with • Shades of chocolate, bronze and • A bold perennial with handsomely
shaped flowers pink flowers dark-green attractive foliage, which will turn
• Flowers open pale-pink with a dark- reddish-bronze in the autumn
red eye, then deepen to all red • Pinkish-red flowers

Jun- Zones 4-8 100cm
Aug

Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower)
'Superba' pinnata
• Bright-pink flowers and
bronze-tinged foliage

Jul- Zones
Sep 4-9 75cm
Rudbeckia (Blackeyed Susan)
Rudbeckia (Blackeyed Susan) 'Pot of Gold' fulgida
• Shorter variety with single, vivid golden flowers,
'Goldsturm' fulgida larger than those of R. ‘Goldsturm’, of which this
is a sport
• Flowers have narrow golden-
yellow petals spread around a Jul- Zones 4-9 60cm
Sep
rich dark center
• Mildew-resistant plant
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Rudbeckia | Salvia

Jul- Zones 4-9 75cm
Sep

Rudbeckia (Coneflower)
'Goldquelle' laciniata
• 3½" thick-filled, double,
dahlia-like, golden-yellow flowers

Jul-
Sep
Zones 4-9 180cm Salvia (Meadow Sage)
Lyrical Series
Rudbeckia (Shiny Coneflower) Lyrical Blues (P) nemorosa
'Herbstsonne' nitida • Deep blue flowers accented by purple stems
• 3" single, bright-yellow flowers • Sturdy and mounding habit
May- Zones 4-9 56-
Sep 60cm

May- Zones 4-9 56- May- Zones 4-9 56- May- Zones 4-9 56- May- Zones 4-9 50cm
Sep 60cm Sep 60cm Sep 60cm Sep

Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage)
Lyrical Series Lyrical Series Lyrical Series 'Blauhügel' nemorosa
Lyrical Rose (P) nemorosa Lyrical Silvertone (P) Lyrical White (P) nemorosa • Lilac-blue flowers, gray-green
• Clusters of intense pink nemorosa • Pure white flowers accented by foliage
• Sturdy and mounding habit • The only bicolour S. nemerosa purple stems • Exceptionally long bloomer
• Very hardy with deep blue & white edging • Sturdy and mounding habit
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Salvia bulleyana, nemorosa, pratensis

Jun- Zones 4-9 25cm
Sep

Salvia (Meadow Sage)
'Blue Bouquetta' nemorosa
• Blue-purple flowers
• Rich flowering

May- Zones 4-9
Sep
50-
60cm
Salvia (Meadow Sage)
Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blue Marvel' (P) nemorosa
• Large deep blue flowers
'Blue Lips' bulleyana • Grey-green foliage
• Open mouthed pale custard yellow
blooms with blueberry coloured May- Zones 4-9 30cm
Sep
edges smother aromatic foliage
from summer through to autumn

May- Zones 4-9 60cm May- Zones 4-9 May- Zones 4-9 May- Zones 4-9
Sep Sep 45cm Sep 38cm Sep 30cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage)
'Burgundy Candles' (P) 'Caradonna' nemorosa 'Madeline' (P) pratensis 'Marcus' (P) nemorosa
nemorosa • Rich violet-blue flowers on • Many bi-color blue-white flowers • Compact variety with a broad
• Burgundy buds mature to large purple-black stems on every stem speading habit
purple spikes • A strong grower that flushes a • Deep purple-blue flowers
second time after pinching

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Salvia nemorosa, pratensis | Sedum

May- Zones 4-9 90cm May- Zones 4-9 60cm May- Zones 4-9 35cm May- Zones 4-9
Sep Sep Sep Sep 60cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage) Salvia (Meadow Sage)
'May Night' nemorosa 'Pink Delight' (P) pratensis 'Pink Friesland' (P) nemorosa 'Rhapsody in Blue' (P)
• Violet-blue flowers • Lavender-pink flowers • A pink version of Salvia pratensis
• Fast growing and very floriferous ‘Ostfriesland’ with an abundance
of deep pink flower spikes
• Purple-blue flowers
• One of the first Salvias to flower • Fast growing and very floriferous

May- Zones 4-9 Aug- Zones 3-9 38cm Aug- Zones 3-9 10cm Aug- Zones 3-9 45-
Jul 30cm Oct Oct Oct 50cm

Salvia (Meadow Sage) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Rose Marvel' nemorosa Showy Stonecrop SunSparkler Series ®
SunSparkler Series ®

• Large deep pink flowers 'Neon' spectabile 'Blue Elf' (P) 'Blue Pearl'
• Grey Green foliage • The brightest pink flower clusters • Steel blue tufted foliage rosettes • Round shaped blue/purple foliage
ever seen on a Sedum with dark pink flowers with dark pink flowers
• Grows with a tidy habit • Dark red stems

Aug- Zones 3-9 Jul- 25cm Aug- Zones 3-9 Aug- Zones
20cm
Oct 20cm Oct
Zones 3-9
Oct 15cm Oct 3-9

Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop)
SunSparkler Series ®
SunSparkler Series ®
SunSparkler Series ®
Touchdown™ Series
'Dazzleberry' (P) 'Firecracker' 'Lime Zinger' 'Touchdown™ Teak'
• Mound of fleshy blue-grey leaves • Shiny red foliage with pink • Thumbnail-sized leaves of lime • Amazing glossy red-brown to
with raspberry pink flowers flower heads green are each surrounded by purple-brown leaves
• Sun tolerant cherry-red picotee edges

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Sedum

Aug- Zones 3-9 50cm
Oct

Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Autumn Fire'
• Fuller, longer lasting flower clusters
• Rosy pink flowers age through
salmon-bronze to copper-red
shades

Aug- Zones 3-9
Oct 50cm Sedum (Stonecrop)
Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Carl'
• Fleshy, oblong, blue-grey leaves
'Autumn Joy' and bun-shaped clusters of
rose-pink flowers
• Light-green leaves
• Clusters of flowers that are Aug- Zones 3-9
Oct 45cm
whitish in bud, opening shell-pink
and maturing deep bronze-red

Aug- Zones 3-9 Jul- 40cm Aug- Zones 3-9 50cm Aug- Zones 3-9 50cm
Oct 40cm Sep
Zones 3-8
Oct Oct

Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Bon Bon' telephium 'Censation Tropical 'Frosted Fire' 'Ice Ruffles' (P)
• Very early blooming variety Night' • Full, long lasting flower clusters • A stable variegated form of
• Small, separated clusters of pink • Bright red flowers • Rosy pink flowers age through ‘Crazy Ruffles’ with dark foliage
flowers over chocolate foliage • 'Matrona' type salmon-bronze to copper-red
shades

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Sedum | Sidalcea

Aug- Zones 3-9 Aug- Zones 3-9 38cm Aug- Zones 3-9 Aug- Zones 3-9
Oct 58cm Oct Oct 16in Oct 30cm

Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Jose Aubergine' (P) 'Lajos/Autumn Charm' 'Moonlight Serenade' 'Picolette' (P)
• Earlier blooming, upright • Variegated ‘Autumn Joy’ with • Strong and vigorous variety, with • Small bronze-red foliage with a
• Ovate leaves are a deep, rich bright cream-gold edged foliage red flowers maturing to red with silver sheen
aubergine color and flowers are yellow highlights • Many small clusters of small
deep, dusky pink pink flowers

Aug- Zones 3-9 20cm Aug- Zones 3-9 38cm Aug- Zones 3-9 Aug- Zones 3-9
Oct Oct 30cm Oct 40cm
Oct

Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop) Sedum (Stonecrop)
'Pinky' 'Purple Emperor' 'Red Cauli' telephium 'Xenox' (P)
• Dwarf green foliage topped by • Dusty-pink flowers and dark • Bright red flowers over • Plants appear dark, as the green
new foliage splotched pink and purple-red foliage purple-tinted, blue-green foliage foliage is covered with a blue
cream, pink flowers • Tidy habit glaze caused by a thick waxy layer
The best dark sedum available • Pink flowers

Jul- Zones 4-8 70cm Jul- Zones 4-8 60cm Jul- Zones 4-8 88cm Jul- Zones 4-8 38cm
Aug Aug Aug Aug

Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock)
'Brilliant' oregana 'Candy Girl' 'Elsie Heugh' 'Little Princess' (P)
• Carmine red flowers • Dark-rose flowers, very floriferous • Fringed satin-pink flowers • Soft-pink flowers on a
with long flower spikes compact plant
• Tidy habit

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Silene | Symphytum | Tanacetum | Thalictrum | Tradescantia

Apr- Zones 3-9 38cm May- Zones 4-9 30cm May- Zones 4-9 50cm Jun- Zones 4-8
Aug Jul Jul Aug 100cm

Silene (Campion) Symphytum (Comfrey) Tanacetum Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)
'Rollie’s Favorite' (P) 'Goldsmith' grandiflorum 'Laureen' 'Album' delavayi
Dioca • Variegated foliage in light green • Cherry-red flowers with yellow • Rarely seen white flowered variety
• Soft-pink flowers with white centers with a creamy yellow margin center
• Blooms in April and all summer • Whitish tubular drooping flowers
long if cut back after initial flush

Jun- Zones 4-8 120- Jun- Zones 4-8 113cm Jun- Zones 4-8 180- Jun- Zones 4-8 188cm
Aug 150cm Aug Aug 240cm Aug

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) Thalictrum (Meadow Rue)
'Black Stockings' 'Hewitt’s Double' delavayi rochebrunianum 'Splendide'
• Black stems with lacey foliage • Long-lasting double pinkish • Lavender-purple flowers appear • Elegant crimson stems support
• Huge clusters of bright lavender lavender flowers on tall, dark purple stems delicate purple flowers in May
which are replaced by yellow
flowers
stamens in summer

Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 80cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Aug 100cm Sep Sep Sep

Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) Tradescantia (Spiderwort) Tradescantia (Spiderwort) Tradescantia (Spiderwort)
'Splendide White' delavayi 'Concord Grape' 'Ocean Blue' Andersoniana 'Osprey' Andersoniana
• White large flower on sturdy plant Andersoniana • Bigger flowers than normal • White flowers centered with
• Rich-purple flowers Tradescantias feathery blue stamens
• Frosty blue foliage

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Tradescantia | Tricyrtis | Trollius | Uvularia | Veronica

Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 45cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm Jun- Zones 3-9 60cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Tradescantia (Spiderwort) Tradescantia (Spiderwort) Tradescantia (Spiderwort) Tradescantia (Spiderwort)
'Pink Chablis' Andersoniana 'Red Grape' Andersoniana 'Sweet Kate' Andersoniana 'Zwanenburg Blue'
• Soft pink flowers with ruffled • Red flowers and unusual • Blue flowers and golden foliage Andersoniana
white edges blue-green foliage • Violet-purple flowers

Jul- Zones 4-8 75cm May- Zones 3-7 60cm May- Zones 3-7 70cm May- Zones 3-7 50cm
Sep Jul Jul Jul

Tricyrtis (Toad Lily) Trollius (Globe Flower) Trollius (Globe Flower) Trollius (Globe Flower)
'Dark Beauty' formosana 'Cheddar' 'Golden Queen' chinensis stenopetalus
(syn. Stolonifera) • 1½"/4cm semi-double, • 2½"/6cm, golden-yellow flowers • Yellow flowers that open 1.5"
• Flowers have purple spots on a globe-shaped, cream-yellow with distinct centers, partly filled across
white background flowers with narrow upright petals • Nice boldly divided leaves and
narrow petals

May- Zones 3-7 75cm Apr- Zones 4-9 60cm Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8
Jul Jun Sep 35cm Sep 40cm

Trollius (Globe Flower) Uvularia (Belwort) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell)
'Superbus' europaeus grandiflora Atomic Series

Atomic™ Series
• 1"/2.5cm. lemon-yellow flowers • Native to the United States, this 'Pink Ray' (P) 'Red Ray'
• Prolific bloomer plant has yellow, hanging flowers
on tall stems
• Pink flower spikes • Red flower spikes
• Foliage is long and lancet-shaped
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Veronica

Jun- Zones 4-8 40cm Jun- Zones 4-8 25cm Jun- Zones 4-8 70cm Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm
Sep Sep Sep Sep

Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell)
Atomic™ Series Harmony Series Harmony Series Harmony Series
'White Ray' 'Baby Doll' (P) 'High Five' (P) 'Lilac Fantasy' longifolia
• Pure white flower spikes • Shorter variety with pink flowers • Very long, thick spikes of blue • Glossy green foliage with strong,
and good uniform habit flowers over very short plants lilac color flower spikes
• Disease-free cultivar

Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm
Aug

Veronica (Speedwell)
Harmony Series
'Purpleicious' (P)
• Disease free plant with intense
purple flowers

Veronica (Speedwell)
Harmony Series Jun- Zones 4-8
Sep 14in

'Pink Harmony' (P) Veronica (Speedwell)
• Pale pink flowers with protruding
deep-pink stamens Plumosa™ Series
• Attractive silver-green foliage 'Amethyst Plume' (P)
Jun- Zones 4-8
Sep 40cm • Intense purple flowers and
dark-green foliage
• Very healthy, disease-free cultivar
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Veronica | Veronicastrum

Jun- Zones 4-8 16in Jun- Zones 4-8 30- Jun- Zones 4-8 30- Jun- Zones 4-8 30-
Sep Sep 40cm Sep 40cm Sep 40cm

Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell)
Plumosa™ Series 'Baby Blue' (P) spicata 'Baby Pink' (P) spicata 'Baby Red' (P) spicata
'Hot Pink Plume' • Dwarf and very floriferous spicata • Dwarf and very floriferous spicata • Dwarf and very floriferous spicata
• Unique multi-flowering Veronica hybrid, deep-blue spikes hybrid, pink spikes hybrid, HOT-red spikes
has strong dark green foliage

Jun- Zones 4-8 30- Jun- Zones 4-8 50cm Jun- Zones 4-8 50- Jun- Zones 4-8
Sep 40cm Sep Sep 60cm Sep 30cm

Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell)
'Baby White' (P) spicata 'First Glory' (P) longifolia 'First Lady' (P) longifolia 'First Love' (P)
• Dwarf and very floriferous spicata • Fabulous deep blue long lasting • Spikes of pure white flowers, • Short, well branched and amazing
hybrid, pure-white spikes flowers very uniform growth habit, fluorescent pink color
flowers all summer

Jun- Zones 4-8 40- Jun- Zones 4-8 30cm Jun- Zones 4-8 Jun- Zones 4-8 100cm
Sep 50cm Sep Sep 100cm Sep

Veronica (Speedwell) Veronica (Speedwell) Veronicastrum Veronicastrum
(Culver’s Root) (Culver’s Root)
'Pink Eveline' (P) longifolia 'Royal Candles' (P) spicata
• A new hybrid Veronica that • Longblooming dwarf, with very 'Apollo' virginicum 'Fascination' virginicum
produces pale pink flower spikes solid conical spikes of rich
with vivid purple stems throughout violet-blue flowers • 15"/38cm • 15"/38cm
the summer and into autumn • long racemes of light-pink flowers • Long racemes of lilac-rose flowers
fluorescent pink color

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Cultural Instructions For A Good Start

1Upon Arrival
Let the roots thaw out slowly.
Most plants are shipped frozen at 28°F (-2°C) to keep them dormant. If the plant material is still frozen upon arrival please leave it in a cool, dry
place to thaw out slowly so that it is able to adapt.
Plants need fresh air: open all boxes and bags immediately upon receipt, but prevent dehydration.
Temperature and condensation will build up inside closed boxes, causing sprouting and rotting. However, plant material in open boxes can dry out
easily, so ventilation should be minimal and prevent direct sunlight at all times.
Check the condition of the roots in the boxes daily.
Plants that have started to sprout must be planted immediately. If any sign of fungal or bacterial infection is suspected, plants can not be stored
anymore. Infected parts must be removed and the plants treated with fungicide and/or bactericide.
Items that do not tolerate storage must be planted immediately.
Do not leave the plant material longer than necessary in the boxes and bags, for storage will reduce vigor for every species. If unable to transplant
immediately, store in a cool place (2-8°C/36-46F). When stored at higher temperatures with lower humidity, the vigor will be reduced dramatically.
At temperatures higher than 68°F (20°C), the roots must be planted within 24 hours.

2 Planting
Do not plant roots that are still frozen.
Frozen roots are not able to transport water to the buds. If the buds have thawed out before the roots have, they can be damaged by dehydration.
Do not force thawing as this will create stressful conditions to the roots and buds.
Handle the roots with great care to avoid breaking of buds and/or roots.
Some species have fragile buds and/or roots. Breaking off may decrease plant size.
Don’t let roots dry out during potting.
Prevent dehydration of the roots by planting them right away after you have taken them out of the box. Serious damage to fine-haired roots like
Epimedium or Phlox can be done in 10 minutes, they can dry out in 20 minutes! Make sure the potting room is free of draught. Always cover
roots during breaks.
Rootpinching
Some plants root better if the roots are pinched (see table)
Soil
It is necessary to use a well-drained potting soil to avoid roots staying wet, which can cause them to rot. Many problems come from a lack of adequate
drainage. Don’t give plants fertilizer before they are actively growing.
Firm the soil around the roots: prevent air pockets
Roots should be centered in the pot and spread out evenly, with all roots facing downward. There must be good contact between all parts of the roots
and the soil. Firm the soil around the roots. All of this is necessary for the roots to absorb water and nutrients.
Many perennials should be planted “high”
Results of experiments conducted by Dr. Bill Miller of the Cornell University suggest that many perennials should be planted with the crown (intersection
of the roots and the shoots) at or slightly above soil level, after watering and settling. Some plants such as Geranium Ballerina showed an almost
absolute adversion to deep planting (1/2 to 1" deep) with a nearly 100% loss. High planting, on the other hand, resulted in nearly 100% survival and
good growth (Handling Bareroot Perennials, Growertalks, May 2004, by W.B. Miller and A. Bestic).
The most important reason for this, is that plants will receive daylight sooner than when they are planted too deeply. With daylight, plants make energy,
which they need for growing. Also, when planted too deeply the crown may stay too wet for too long, which can cause them to rot.

3 After Planting
Water carefully.
After planting in early spring, do not water the first week: in this stage the roots can only accept little moisture and need to be stimulated to look for
water. After this, slowly start with watering.
Also, the young shoots are especially vulnerable to overwatering before they appear above the soil: in this critical phase, over watering may cause
suffocation of plant parts or damping-off diseases. Be extra careful with irrigation at low temperatures: plant growth is slower, therefore this critical phase
lasts longer. Some plants need a dryer start than others. Once the plants have started to grow, revert to a regular watering schedule. Some plants prefer
to be grown “dry,” others “wet” (see table). Keep the soil moisture as constant as possible; too much fluctuation will harm the plant.
Fungicide drench
A fungicide drench applied on plant material one to two weeks after planting can prevent problems.
Greenhouse conditions
In early spring, plants have different requirements regarding temperature. Some plants prefer a cold start (35°-55°F / 1.6°-12.8°C), some a medium
cold start (45°- 65°F / 7.2°-18.3°C), others a warm start (60°-75°F / 15.5°-23.8°C). Prevent the young shoots from freezing at all times: some plants
won’t give you a second chance! Ventilation in the greenhouse is very important: little ventilation will cause problems with mildew and fungus.

Please contact your sales representative for additional cultural instructions on Delphinium and Echinacea.

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Cultural Instructions For A Good Start

Claims and Research Photographs
Comments

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received against the packing list and report
shortages. Also, notify us immediately if you
doubt the viability of a variety during planting:
e.g. when roots are moldy or soft. We recommend
that you still plant the stock because many plants
will grow out of it. Never send stock back without
letting us know first.
Please inform us WITHIN 7 DAYS if
you discover any problems:
• Pre-notification within 7 days is
nescessary for credit allowance at
later date
• No credit allowance after June 1, 2018

Incorrect varieties can be reported till
June 1, 2018
Although we do our best to ensure all our stock
is true to name, mistakes can occur occasionally.
Therefore, you have until September 1, 2018 to
report these mistakes. Photographic proof may
be requested or your account manager may
come to visit you.

Warranty
Orders are subject to crop conditions and other
causes beyond our control. Orders are accepted
subject to availability and we reserve the right to
cancel a portion or all of your order if plants are
not available due to causes beyond our control.
We guarantee our nursery stock to be true to
name. We make no other express or implied
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warranty and the plants are sold only with the
limited guarantee. We will not be liable for any
direct, indirect, special or consequential damages
or lost profits, or business interruption. We shall
in no case be liable for any sum greater than the
amount originally received for said nursery stock.

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Pictures: by Dr Bill Miller, Cornell University

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Cultural Instructions For A Good Start

Plant Table P = Priority Planting

genus P Planting Depth Start Start Grow genus P Planting Depth Start Start Grow
Acanthus crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C dry Heucherella y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Achillea Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Hosta crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Aconitum Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Incarvillea crown at soil level 60-75F 15-24C
Agapanthus Y just below soil level 60-75F 15-24C Iris Crown at soil level, 35-55F 2-12C wet
Alchemilla just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Iris except I. Louisiana (just below) 35-55F 2-12C
Allium 2-4cm or 1inch Below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Kirengeshoma just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Anchusa crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Kniphofia eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C
Anemone Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Knautia eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Aruncus just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Lavatera Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Aster Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Liatris 7-10cm 3-4” below soil level 45-65F 7-18C
Astilbe crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Ligularia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Astrantia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Lilium 10 cm or 4” below soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Athyrium Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Lobelia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Belamcanda eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Meconopsis Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Bergenia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Melittis eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Bletilla crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Mertensia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Brunnera Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Monarda Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Campanula Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Mukdenia eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Canna crown at soil level 60-75F 15-24C wet Omphalodes Y crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C
Calla eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Paeonia eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Centaurea Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Papaver Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Chelone 2-4cm or 1” Below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Penstemon Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry
Cimicifuga just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Perovskia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Clematis Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Persicaria eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Convallaria crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Phlomis crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C dry
Cosmos atro. just below soil leverl 60-75F 15-24C Phlox Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Coreopsis Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Polemonium Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Crocosmia 5-7cm or 2-3” below soil level 45-65F 7-18C Polygonatum just below soil level 45-65F 7-18C
Dahlia eyes at soil level 60-75F 15-24C Potentilla crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry
Darmera Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Primula Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Delphinium Y just below soil level 45-65F 7-18C Pulmonaria Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry
Dicentra Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Ranunculus crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Disporum crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Rodgersia just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Dodecatheon eyes at soil level 60-75F 15-24C Rudbeckia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Dryopteris eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Salvia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Echinacea Y crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Sedum Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry
Epimedium Y crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C wet Sidalcea Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Eremurus eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Symphitum eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C
Eryngium Y just below soil level 60-75F 15-24C dry Silene crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Eupatorium just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Thalictrum Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Filipendula crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Tradescantia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet
Geranium Y Crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Tricyrtis just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Geum crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Trollius Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Gillenia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Tanacetum crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Helenium Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Uvularia just below soil level 60-75F 15-24C
Heliopsis Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Veronica Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Helleborus Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Veronicastrum just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C
Hemerocallis crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Darwin Plants does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage that occurs as result of using the
information in this brochure.
Heuchera Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights

Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR
Achillea Creme de la Creme TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Laura TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Pretty Belinda TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Pretty Woman TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Sparkling Contrast TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Summerwine TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Tricolor TM TM TM
Achillea millefolium Yellow Bouquet TM TM TM
Aconitum carmichaelii Royal Flush PP 16,102 EU 15610
Agapanthus Back in Black PP 16,244
Agapanthus Twister PP 25,519 EU 44509
Allium Globemaster NL 7197
Anemone x hybrida Elfin Swan PBR
Aralia Sun King PPAF PBR
Aruncus Misty Lace PP 15,798
Astilbe Cappuccino PP 24,940 EU 34355
Astilbe Chocolate Shogun PP 26,430 PBR
Astilbe Color Flash PP 17,343
Astilbe Color Flash Lime PP 17,816
Astilbe Arendsii Country and Western PP 14,969 EU 13381
Astilbe Delft Lace PP 19,839 PBR
Astilbe chinensis Diamonds and Pearls PP 19,092 EU 22054
Astilbe Arendsii Flamingo PP 12,664 CAN 1441 EU 7360
Astilbe Freya PBR
Astilbe Happy Spirit PBR
Astilbe chinensis Heart and Soul PP 16,451 EU 15759
Astilbe Arendsii Hip Hop PP 24,165 EU 34353
Astilbe Arendsii Jump and Jive PP 14,892 EU 13383
Astilbe Simplicifolia Key Largo PPAF EU 22438
Astilbe Simplicifolia Key West PPAF EU 22439
Astilbe chinensis Little Vision in Pink PP 21,886 CAN 4611 EU 29515
Astilbe Lollypop PP 11,966 CAN 1442
Astilbe Look At Me PP 24,798 EU 40355
Astilbe chinensis Love and Pride PP 19,093 PBR
Astilbe Arendsii Mighty® Pip PPAF PBR
Astilbe Mighty® Plonie PPAF PBR
Astilbe Arendsii New Wave PP 25,383 EU 34630
Astilbe Simplicifolia Pink Lightning PP 11,963 CAN 1443 EU 11596
Astilbe Raspberry PBR
Astilbe Arendsii Rhythm and Blues PP 14,846 EU 13384
Astilbe Arendsii Rock and Roll PP 14,855 EU 13386
Astilbe chinensis Spotlight PP 21,918 EU 24270
Astilbe chinensis Stand and Deliver EU 19773
Astilbe chinensis Vision in Pink PP 11,860 CAN 1333 EU 7359
Astilbe chinensis Vision in Red PP 11,965 CAN 1334 EU 11756
Astilbe chinensis Vision in White PP 18,965 CAN 4249
Astilbe chinensis Visions EU 3114
Astilbe Younique Carmine PP 20,324 EU 24266
Astilbe Younique Cerise PP 20,661 EU 24272
Astilbe Younique Lilac PP 19,847 EU 24268
Astilbe Younique Pink PP 19,841 EU 24267
Astilbe Younique Ruby Red PP 23,143 EU 34351
Astilbe Younique Salmon PP 19,846 EU 26920
Astilbe Younique Silvery Pink PP 20,656
Astilbe Younique White PP 19,845 EU 24265
Astrantia major Midnight Owl PPAF
Astrantia major Roma PP 11,470 CAN 1332 EU 4975
Astrantia major Star of Beauty PPAF EU 20865

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights

Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR
Astrantia major Star of Billion PP 20,352 EU 25171
Astrantia major Star of Fire PP 20,284 EU 27275
Astrantia major Super Star PPAF EU 29143
Astrantia major Venice PP 18,420 EU 22798
Bergenia Angel Kiss TM TM TM
Bergenia Flirt TM TM TM
Bergenia Pink Dragon Fly TM TM TM
Bergenia Sakura TM TM PBR
Bergenia Spring Fling PP 26,337 TM TM
Brunnera macrophylla Green Gold PPAF PBR
Brunnera macrophylla Jack Frost PP 13,859 CAN 1799 EU 9772
Brunnera macrophylla King’s Ransom CAN 3977 EU 31551
Brunnera macrophylla Looking Glass PP 17,892 CAN 3115 EU 17444
Brunnera macrophylla Silver Heart PP 24,685 EU 43056
Campanula lactiflora Border Blues PPAF PBR
Campanula glomerata Freya PP 22,738 EU 32774
Campanula glomerata Genti Blue PP 24,687 EU 38480
Campanula glomerata Genti White PP 24,686 EU 38480
Campanula hybride Iridescent Bells PPAF EU 38500
Campanula Purple Sensation PP 16,027
Campanula glomerata Twisterbell PPAF
Cimicifuga Chocoholic PP 24,821
Coreopsis verticillata Tweety PP 23,347 CAN 4641 EU 38106
Crocosmia Harlequin PBR
Crocosmia Limpopo EU 20876
Crocosmia Okavango EU 20874
Dahlia Dixie PP 12,911 CAN 2072 EU 6617
Dahlia Fleurel PP 11,080 CAN 2871 EU 48320
Dahlia Juliet PP 16,907 CAN 3660 EU 17021
Delphinium Blueberry Pie PPAF PBR
Delphinium Crystal Delight PP 20,339 EU 38904
Delphinium Elatum Darwin’s Blue Indulgence PP 13,011 EU 10062
Delphinium Elatum Darwin’s Pink Indulgence PP 13,065 EU 10030
Delphinium Moon Light PP 20,340 EU 38435
Delphinium Morning Sunrise PP 20,380 EU 38436
Delphinium Sweet Sensation PP 20,341 EU 38434
Delphinium Elatum Wishful Thinking PP 13,010 EU 10092
Dicentra Amore Rose TM TM TM
Dicentra Burning Hearts PP 20,797 EU 29487
Dicentra Candy Hearts PP 14,692 EU 17888
Dicentra spectabilis Gold Heart PPAF CAN 0974 EU 4817
Dicentra Ivory Hearts PP 15,599 EU 15737
Dicentra Red Fountain PP 21,269 EU 29488
Dicentra Sweet Hearts PBR
Dicentra spectabilis Valentine PP 22,739 EU 29777
Dicentra spectabilis Valentine PP 22,739 EU 29777
Dodecatheon meadia Aphrodite PP 14,002 CAN 3199 EU 12730
Echinacea purpurea Adobe Orange PP 26,639 PBR PBR
Echinacea purpurea Baja Burgundy PPAF PBR
Echinacea purpurea Bubble Gum PP 23,103 CAN 4667 EU 37677
Echinacea Cherry Fluff PBR
Echinacea purpurea Cranberry PP 24,769 PBR EU 37709
Echinacea purpurea Evening Glow PPAF PBR
Echinacea purpurea Fatal Attraction PP 18,429 CAN 3984 EU 20563
Echinacea purpurea Flamenco Orange PP 25,523 CAN 5150 EU 40858
Echinacea purpurea Green Envy PP 17,172 EU 23029
Echinacea purpurea Green Jewel PP 18,678 CAN 3985 EU 27429
Echinacea purpurea Greenline PP 24,800 PBR

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights

Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR
Echinacea purpurea Hot Coral PP 23,097 CAN 4670 EU 35269
Echinacea purpurea Kim’s Knee High PP 12,242 EU 9542
Echinacea purpurea Lemon Cream PPAF PBR
Echinacea purpurea Lemon Queen PPAF
Echinacea purpurea Lemon Yellow PP 24,768 PBR EU 40835
Echinacea purpurea Mandarin PP 26,640 PBR PBR
Echinacea purpurea Orange Passion PPAF PBR
Echinacea purpurea Orangeberry PP 23,145 CAN 4669 EU 37679
Echinacea purpurea Raspberry PP 23,117 CAN 4668 EU 37678
Echinacea purpurea Salsa Red PP 23,105 CAN 4671 EU 35270
Echinacea purpurea Sandy Yellow PP 23,104 CAN 4672 EU 37680
Echinacea purpurea Sensation Pink PP 26,593 EU 40958
Echinacea purpurea Virgin PP 18,684 CAN 3986 EU 23035
Epimedium Fire Dragon PP 17,179 EU 20637
Eryngium Blue Jackpot PBR
Eryngium planum Jade Frost PP 17,370 EU 20477
Eupatorium maculatum Snow Ball PP 22,869 CAN 5103
Filipendula Red Umbrellas PPAF
Geranium wallichianum Blue Sunrise PP 12,955 EU 6099
Geranium wallichianum Crystal Lake PP 18,982 EU 22747
Geranium pratense Double Jewel PPAF PBR
Geranium Dragon Heart PPAF PBR
Geranium Havana Blues PPAF EU 32906
Geranium Jolly Jewel Night PPAF EU 2014/3388 pending
Geranium himalayense Kaya PPAF
Geranium pratense Laura EU 24940
Geranium cinereum Melody PP 21,690 EU 30478
Geranium cinereum Penny Lane PP 17,393 CAN 3981 EU 17468
Geranium pratense Purple Ghost TM TM TM
Geranium cinereum Purple Pillow PP 12,829 CAN 2399 PBR
Geranium wallichianum Rise and Shine PP 24,027 EU 30484
Geranium Rozanne PP 12,175 EU 5338
Geranium procurrens Sandrine PP 19,850 EU 23296
Geranium Sweet Heidy PP 19,533 EU 22915
Geranium oxonianum Tess TM TM TM
Geum Blazing Sunset PP 25,351
Geum Cosmopolitan PP 24,982
Geum rivale Flames of Passion PP 13,730 CAN 2673 EU 10073
Geum Tequila Sunrise PP 21,514
Helenium Betty PPAF PBR
Helenium Chelsey PP 16,322
Helenium Double Trouble PP 18,206 EU 18455
Helenium Ruby Tuesday PP 18,234
Heliopsis helianthoides Double Sunstruck PP 26,608
Heliopsis helianthoides Prairie Sunset PP 13,779 PBR
Heliopsis helianthoides Sunstruck PPAF CAN 5153 PBR
Hemerocallis Bakabana TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Bettylen TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Blush ‘n Pink Eye TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Custard Candy TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Daring Deception TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Entrapment TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Fooled Me TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Frosted Vintage Ruffles TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Heavenly Pink Fang TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Just My Size TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Lacy Doily TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Lavender TuTu TM TM TM

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights

Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR
Hemerocallis Little Anne Rosa TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Rosy Returns PP 09,779
Hemerocallis Simmons Overture TM TM TM
Hemerocallis Spacecoast Early Bird TM TM TM
Heuchera Big Top Burgundy PP 21,774
Heuchera Big Top Gold PP 21,775 PBR
Heuchera Black Olive PBR
Heuchera Candy Apple PPAF PBR
Heuchera Caramel PP 16,560 EU 20484
Heuchera Circus PP 25,495 EU 37051
Heuchera Cocomint PP 24,927 PBR
Heuchera Coffee Bean PP 24,943 PBR
Heuchera Fall Festival PPAF PBR
Heuchera Limeade PP 24,899 PBR
Heuchera Magic Color EU 22942
Heuchera Obsidian PP 14,836 EU 15761
Heuchera Peach Flambe PP 17,195 EU 20615
Heuchera Peach Parfait PP 24,928 EU 37055
Heuchera Plum Crazy PP 24,771 EU 37057
Heuchera Plum Pudding EU 3330
Heuchera Rose Granita PPAF PBR
Heuchera Silver Streak PP 24,770 EU 37056
Heuchera Swirling Fantasy PP 14,542 EU 15673
Heuchera Watermelon PP 24,803 EU 37054
Hosta Atlantis PP 17,093 EU 22756
Hosta Color Festival PP 23,770
Hosta El Nino PP 14,632 CAN 2662 EU 12982
Hosta Forbidden Fruit PP 24,001 EU 36930
Hosta sieboldiana Golden Meadows PPAF EU 15521
Hosta Great Escape PP 19,003 EU 25407
Hosta Justine PP 21,624 EU 34902
Hosta Liberty PP 12,531 EU 13145
Hosta Orange Star PP 22,384 EU 36927
Hosta Rainbow’s End PP 17,251
Hosta Rainforest Sunrise PPAF
Hosta sieboldiana Thunderbolt PP 14,232
Hosta Twilight PP 14,040
Iris sibirica Black Joker TM TM
Iris sibirica Charming Billy TM TM
Iris sibirica Jerry Murphy TM TM
Iris sibirica Miss Apple TM TM
Iris sibirica Painted Woman TM TM
Iris sibirica Paprikash TM TM
Iris sibirica Pennywhistle TM TM
Iris sibirica Uncorked TM TM
Iris sibirica White Amber TM TM
Kniphofia Amazing Fun PP 23,980 PBR
Lavatera Barnsley Baby PP 14,163 CAN 3228
Ligularia dentata Britt-Marie Crawford PP 16,113 EU 12794
Ligularia Little Lantern PP 16,026 EU 17470
Ligularia Little Rocket PP 14,621 CAN 2400 EU 12771
Ligularia Osiris Café Noir PP 21,351 EU 32899
Lilium Oriental Mona Lisa PP 07,379
Lilium Oriental Salmon Star EU 7669
Lilium Oriental Souvenir EU 7721
Lilium Oriental Star Gazer PP 04,085
Melittis melissophylum Royal Velvet Distinction PP 13,233 CAN 3452 EU 8166
Monarda Balmy™ Lilac PP 26,594 PBR

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights

Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR
Monarda Balmy™ Pink PP 26,566 EU 42713
Monarda Balmy™ Purple PP 25,561 CAN 5151 EU 40859
Monarda Balmy™ Rose PP 26,567 EU 42714
Monarda Cranberry Lace EU 29080
Monarda didyma Fireball PP 14,235 CAN 2401 EU 11452
Monarda Pink Lace PP 18,367 EU 20650
Mukdenia rossii Karasuba TM TM TM
Nepeta Junior Walker PP 23,074 PBR
Paeonia Lactiflora (S) Barrington Belle PP 03,641
Paeonia Canary Briljant PBR PBR PBR
Paeonia Lactiflora (D) Coral Charm PP 04,247
Paeonia Lactiflora (D) Red Spider TM
Papaver orientale Harlem PPAF
Papaver orientale Heartbeat PP 20,102 EU 17535
Papaver orientale Patty’s Plum EU 29660
Papaver orientale Place Pigalle PPAF
Penstemon Dark Towers PP 20,013 EU 27485
Penstemon Prairie Twilight PP 19,893 EU 32160
Perovskia atriplicifolia Lacey Blue PP 20,845 PBR
Perovskia atriplicifolia Little Spire PP 11,643 CAN 1437 EU 6713
Persicaria amplexicaulis JS Caliente PPAF EU 27183
Phlox Paniculata Aureole PP 21,787 TM EU 31459
Phlox Paniculata Classic Cassis PPAF
Phlox Paniculata Cleopatra PBR
Phlox Paniculata Colours of Nature TM TM TM
Phlox Paniculata Cosmopolitan PP 19,603 EU 26447
Phlox Paniculata Fondant Fancy PP 19,600 EU 22217
Phlox Paniculata Grenadine Dream PP 19,048 EU 24255
Phlox Paniculata Jade PP 21,878
Phlox Paniculata Katja EU 26462
Phlox Paniculata Larissa PBR
Phlox Paniculata Modern Art PPAF
Phlox Paniculata Neon Flare PP 21,754 TM TM
Phlox Paniculata Neon Flare Blue PPAF TM TM
Phlox Paniculata Piña Colada PP 19,968 EU 26448
Phlox Paniculata Pink Lady PP 20,802 EU 31457
Phlox Paniculata Purple Kiss PP 19,514 EU 26449
Phlox Paniculata Rainbow Dancer PBR
Phlox Paniculata Red Caribbean PP 20,803
Phlox Paniculata Sherbet Blend PP 19,048 CAN COPF EU 24305
Phlox Smokey PBR
Phlox Paniculata Strawberry Daiquiri PP 20,801 EU 31455
Phlox Paniculata Swizzle PP 19,813
Phlox Paniculata Swizzle PP 19,813
Phlox Paniculata Tatjana EU 26463
Phlox Paniculata Tequila Sunrise PP 20,800 EU 31456
Phlox Paniculata Twister PP 23,734
Phlox Paniculata Watermelon Punch PP 19,610
Phlox Paniculata Younique Bicolor EU 40236
Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Blue PP 26,070 TM TM
Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Cerise TM TM TM
Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Pink TM TM EU 40236
Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Purple TM TM TM
Phlox Paniculata Younique White PPAF EU 34057
Polemonium reptans Stairway to Heaven PP 15,187 CAN 3113 EU 15723
Primula Don Keefe EU 18342
Pulmonaria Raspberry Splash PP 12,138 EU 11545
Pulmonaria Silver Bouquet PP 20,059 EU 24135

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U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights

Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR
Pulmonaria Trevi Fountain PP 13,047
Ranunculus asiaticus Tomer Orange EU 15072
Ranunculus asiaticus Tomer Red EU 15071
Rodgersia Bronze Peacock PP 24,780
Rudbeckia fulgida Pot of Gold PP 11,929
Salvia nemorosa Blue Bouquetta EU 2015/1957
Salvia bulleyana Blue Lips PP 19,860
Salvia nemorosa Blue Marvel PP 27,018
Salvia nemorosa Burgundy Candles PP 22,754 CAN 4640
Salvia nemorosa Lyrical Blues PP 22,919 CAN 4639 EU 35871
Salvia nemorosa Lyrical Silvertone PP 23,310 CAN 4869 EU 35872
Salvia nemorosa Lyrical White PP 21,243
Salvia pratensis Madeline PP 20,456 PBR EU 29293
Salvia nemorosa Marcus PP 13,322 CAN 1837 EU 13701
Salvia pratensis Pink Delight PP 14,965 CAN 2675 EU 15675
Salvia nemorosa Pink Friesland PP 18,152 EU 22219
Salvia pratensis Rhapsody in Blue PP 15,148 CAN 3202 EU 15676
Salvia Rose Marvel PPAF PBR
Sedum Blue Elf PP 27,113
Sedum Blue Pearl PPAF TM PBR
Sedum telephium Bon Bon PP 18,168
Sedum Dazzleberry PP 22,457 EU 41077
Sedum Firecracker PP 26,595 EU 43679
Sedum Ice Ruffles PPAF PBR
Sedum Jose Aubergine PPAF EU 20185
Sedum Lajos - Autumn Charm™ PP 14,421
Sedum Lime Zinger PP 24,632 TM EU 40474
Sedum Moonlight Serenade PP 21,508 CAN 4976 EU 30427
Sedum Picolette PP 17,315 CAN 3987
Sedum Touchdown Teak PP 26,078 EU 43639
Sedum Xenox PP 16,888 CAN 3451 EU 17822
Sidalcea Little Princess PP 12,629 CAN 1440 EU 4343
Silene dioica Rollie’s Favorite PP 17,392 CAN 4241 EU 20475
Thalictrum Black Stockings PBR
Tradescantia Andersonia Good Luck PP 23,963 EU 31460
Tradescantia Andersonia Pink Chablis PP 15,971
Trollius cultorum Cheddar PPAF
Veronica Amethyst Plume PPAF
Veronica Baby Doll PP 16,428 EU 20418
Veronica longifolia First Glory PPAF
Veronica longifolia First Lady PP 23,271 EU 34149
Veronica spicata First Love PP 21,478 EU 26923
Veronica High Five PP 16,415 EU 20419
Veronica longifolia Pink Eveline PP 18,743 EU 24247
Veronica Pink Harmony PP 17,650 EU 20441
Veronica Pink Ray PP 21,797 EU 29884
Veronica Purpleicious PP 17,639 EU 25696
Veronica Red Ray PP 23,962
Veronica White Ray PP 23,937
Veronica spicata Baby Blue PP 20,198 EU 24269
Veronica spicata Baby Pink PPAF PBR
Veronica spicata Baby Red PPAF PBR
Veronica spicata Baby White PPAF PBR
Veronica spicata Royal Candles PP 18,932 EU 5056

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