Achillea millefolium ‘Apple Blossom’ (Apple Blossom Yarrow)

Soft-pink flowers, good for cutting - fresh or dried. Remove faded flowers regularly to promote continued blooming. Heat tolerant. Growth habit of 18-27” tall x 18-23” wide. Zone 2-9

Achillea millefolium ‘Paprika’ (Paprika Common Yarrow)

Finely textured, fern-like gray-green foliage creates a soft background for the tall heads of bright red=flowers. Performs well in hot, dry situations with poor soil. Growth habit of 18” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-9

Achillea x ‘Moonshine’ (Moonshine Yarrow)

An easy-to-grow, heat-loving perennial with large clusters of canary yellow flowers on narrow stems held well above ferny foliage clumps. Attractive addition to the landscape in borders or massed plantings. Growth habit of 1-2’ tall x 2’ wide. Zone 3-9

Actaea simplex ‘Black Negligee’ (Bugbane, Black Negligee)

A purple-leaved bugbane that is perhaps best noted for its deeply-cut, dark purplish-black leaves on branched, dark stems. Foliage has a lacy effect, hence the cultivar name, and makes an effective accent throughout the growing season. Growth habit of 4-5’ tall x 2’ wide. Zone 5-8

Adiantum pedatum (Northern Maidenhair Fern)

Easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil in part to full shade. Prefers moist, humusy acidic soils in full shade. Spreads slowly by creeping, branching rhizomes to form large colonies over time. Growth habit of 2’ tall x 1.5’ wide. Zone 3-8

Agastache ‘Violet Vision’ (Violet Vision Giant Hyssop)

An upright, clumping perennial that is more compact than many other Agastaches. It has dense spikes of violet to violet blue blossoms that rise above heart-shaped leaves. Both leaves and flowers have a sweet honey-licorice fragrance. Growth habit of 1-2’ tall x 1-2’ wide. Zone 5-10

Andromeda polifolia (Bog Rosemary)

A low, evergreen shrub with small, firm, narrow, blue-green leaves. Several small, bell-shaped pink or white flowers occur together in a curved umbel at the tip of a branch. Growth habit of 8” – 3’ tall. Zone 2-6

Anemone hupehensis var. japonica ‘Prinz Heinrich’ (Prinz Heinrich Japanese Anemone)

A cultivar that grows semi-double rose-pink flowers (to 2 ½” across). Each flower typically has 10-15 narrow overlapping petals. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 2-2.5’ wide. Zone 5-8

Anemone x hybrida ‘Queen Charlotte’ (Queen Charlotte Japanese Anemone)

A somewhat compact, clump-forming Japanese anemone hybrid with semi-double, pink flowers borne on long, wiry-but-graceful stems above mounds of three-lobed, dark green foliage. Growth habit of 3’tall x 2-3’ wide. Zone 5-8

Aquilegia ‘Origami Pink & White’ (Origami Pink & White Columbine)

Extra-large pink flowers with white centers are held upright on compact plants. Cheery color for informal woodland gardens and formal mixed borders and containers. Tolerates a wide range of soil as it is well drained. Growth habit of 16-18” tall x 16-18” wide. Zone 3-7

Aquilegia ‘Origami Yellow’ (Origami Yellow Columbine)

Extra-large yellow flowers are held upright on compact plants. Cheery color for informal woodland gardens and formal mixed borders and containers. Tolerates a wide range of soil as it is well drained. Growth habit of 16-18” tall x 16-18” wide. Zone 3-8

Armeria maritima (Sea Thrift)

Noted for its grass-like foliage and globular, reddish-pink flowers. Tiny reddish-pink flowers bloom in mid-spring. Growth habit of 1’ tall x 1’ wide. Zone 4-8

Armeria ‘Nifty Thrifty’ (Nifty Thrift Sea Thrift)

Noted for its variegated foliage edged with creamy white; pink flowers bloom in April to May. Growth habit of 3-6” tall x 3-6” wide Zone 4-9

Astilbe japonica ‘Red Sentinel’ (Red Sentinel Astilbe)

Features a foliage mound of deep green leaves and upright panicles of crimson red flowers on stems rising to 2.5’ tall in late spring. Growth habit of 2-2.5’ tall x 1.5-2’ wide. Zone 4-9

Astilbe x arendsii ‘Amethyst’ (Amethyst Astilbe)

Admired for its graceful, lilac-purple flower plumes rising elegantly above fern-like mounds of deep green foliage. This is an eye-catching cultivar that sizzles in the sun and glows in the shade. Growing habit of 3’ tall x 2’ wide. Zone 3-8

Astilbe x arendsii ‘Europa’ (Light Pink Astilbe, Japanese Hybrid)

Spires of feather plumes in soft baby pink are held well above the lush dark green glossy serrated leaves. Growth habit of 24” tall x 24” wide. Zone 4-9

Astilbe x arendsii ‘White Gloria’ (White Gloria Astilbe)

A popular choice for shady gardens. This selection provides excellent contrast with showy, snow-white, pyramidal shaped plumes in early summer over glossy, dark green foliage. Growth habit of 18-24” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 4-9

Athyrium filisx-femina (Lady Fern)

Unusual red hue on new fiddleheads adds interest to light green foliage. Low growth and spreading tendency fills gaps between shrubs under trees. Growth habit 2-2’ tall x 2’ wide. Zone 3-9

Athyrium x ‘Ghost’ (Ghost Fern)

A vigorous and easy to grow fern with a neat, formal, upright mound of rigid, silver-green fronds with deep purple midribs. Perfect for the woodland garden as a backdrop to hostas or paired with coral bells. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Zone 4-9

Bergenia cordifolia ‘Red Beauty’ (Red Beauty Pigsqueak)

Has large evergreen foliage with thick leather leaves, clusters of deep purple-red flowers bloom on heavy stems in spring, glossy green foliage turns burgundy-bronze in fall and winter. Growth habit of 12-15” tall x 10-12” wide. Zone 3-8

Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winter Glow’ (Winter Glow Pigsqueak)

Noted for its reddish fall and winter foliage color and for its magenta-red flowers that appear in panicles within or above the foliage atop stout stalks. Growth habit of 16” tall x 16” wide. Zone 4-8

Bergenia 'Dragonfly™ Sakura’ (Sakura Dragonfly™ Pigsqueak)

Individual flowers range from light pink to a medium pink, with dramatic dark pink veining. Flowers lighten in intensity with age, but still have magnificent color. Growth habit of 16” tall x 18” wide. Zone 4-9

Bergenia mukgenia ‘Nova™ Flame’ (Mukgenia Nova™ Flame Pigsqueak)

This hybrid is an amazing combination of dark pink flowers from its Bergenia heritage and jagged leaf edges and great fall color from Mukdenia ‘Crimson Fans’. A cool and lovely intergeneric cross. Growth habit of 8” tall x 14” wide; flowers reach a height of 13”. Zone 3-9

Brunnera ‘Alexander’s Great’ (Alexander’s Great Siberian Bugloss)

Similar Brunnera 'Jack Frost' but larger. It forms a large mound of heart-shaped, silvered leaves that have contrasting green veins and a narrow green edge. In spring, it has stalks of small sky-blue flowers that rise above the foliage. Growth habit of 1-1.5’ tall x 2-2.5’ wide. Zone 3-8

Brunnera macrophylla ‘Hadspen Cream’ (Hadspen Cream Siberian Bugloss)

Produces light blue flowers in April-May and large, light apple-green leaves (to 8” long) with irregular creamy white margins. Growth habit of 1-1.5’ tall x 1.5-2’ wide. Zone 3-7

Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ (Jack Frost Siberian Bugloss)

Leaves are a distinctive silvery white with green primary and secondary veins and a thin green rim around the leaf edges. Blue flowers bloom April to May. Growth habit of 1-1.5’ tall x 1-1.5’ wide. Zone 3-8

Brunnera macrophylla ‘Looking Glass’ (Looking Glass Siberian Bugloss)

Noted for its silvery, heart-shaped basal leaves (3-5” wide). ‘Looking Glass’ is distinguished from ‘Jack Frost’ by having more silvery leaves with much less green veining. Although its leaves emerge in spring with some green veining, they lose that veining as they mature. Growth habit of 18” tall to 18” wide. Zone 3-7

Brunnera macrophylla ‘Sea Heart’ (Sea Heart Siberian Bugloss)

Forms heart-shaped leaves that are green-on-silver with pronounced veining. Sprays of two-tone pink and blue Forget-me-not flowers appear in the spring. Growth habit of 6-12” tall x 12-23” wide. Zone 4-9

Brunnera macrophylla ‘Silver Charm’ (Silver Charm Siberian Bugloss)

A compact cultivar with a low-mounding habit that features rough-textured, heart-shaped, basal leaves which are variegated with silver. Each leaf is heavily mottled with silver flecking which is highlighted by contrasting showy emerald green veins plus a narrow green edge. Growth habit of 12” tall x 24” wide. Zone 3-7

Cistus landanifer maculatus ‘Brown Eyed’ (Brown Eyed Rockrose)

Hardy nature and robust gray-green foliage mounds over rocky slopes and other places with extreme conditions for year-round interest. Growth habit of 3-5’ tall x 3-6’ wide. Zone 7-10

Cistus x hybridus ‘McGuire’s Gold (McGuires Gold Rock Rose)

With a low, mounding habit this evergreen can be used to create contrast or as an accent in the sun garden. Charming white flowers dot the foliage in May and June. Foliage is lush, and plant is naturally well branched. Drought resistant once established. A serious attention getter and focal point for a hot sunny spot. Growth habit of 2-4’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Zone 7-10

Cistus x hybridus ‘Mickie’ (Mickie Rock Rose)

Has gold foliage with green centers and a low, mounding habit that hugs the ground and creates a super colorful, evergreen accent. Charming white flowers punctuate the flashy foliage in May and June. 'Mickie' hails from northern Washington State and has survived some brutal winters. Growth habit of 18” tall x 30” wide. Zone 7-10

Cistus x hybridus ‘White Rockrose’ (White Rockrose)

A dense, attractive mound of evergreen leaves all year, in summer it gives a pleasant resinous scent. The flowers in spring and early summer are single crepe-paper like white blooms with yellow centers which open from red buds. Growth habit of 2-5’ tall x 2-5’ wide. Zone 7-10

Cistus x skanbergii ‘Dwarf Pink Rockrose’ (Pink Rockrose)

A compact, busy evergreen shrub with masses of clear pale pink, saucer-shaped flowers. This variety is smaller than most Rockroses, but the blossoms are far more abundant. Growth habit of 2-4’ tall x 4-5’ wide. Zone 9-11

Cordyline ‘Cha Cha’ (Cha Cha Cordyline)

A colorful new clumping variety with weeping, variegated foliage in a blend of colors that starts out apricot and peach and matures to a mix of yellow and green with all colors present at the same time. Growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 3-4’ wide. Zone 5-8

Cordyline australis ‘Coral™’ (Coral™ Cordyline)

A colorful plant with pink and burgundy leaves. This is an excellent cordyline for sunny spots as the leaves are less likely to burn than other colored cordylines. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 1-2’ wide. Zone 7-11

Cordyline australis ‘Pink Champagne’ (Pink Champagne Cordyline)

A green-leaved cordyline, despite the name, with narrow, upright leaves of pale green edged in white and blushed pink near the base. This variety does well in full sun on the coast with wind protection or part shade inland with protection from the hottest sun. Growth habit of 2-6’ tall x 3-4’ wide. Zone 9-10

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Autumn Blush’ (Autumn Blush Tickseed)

A hybrid perennial coreopsis that blooms like an annual from spring to fall, featuring large flowers that change color with the seasons. In summer, each daisy-like flower features bright peachy-yellow rays surrounding a red center. During the cooler weather of spring and fall, the ray flowers display a reddish blush. Growth habit of 26” tall x 32” wide. Zone 4-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Buttermilk’ (Buttermilk Tickseed)

With light yellow flowers and a neat upright mounding habit, this variety has a clean look in the garden and is a great blender plant for mixed beds, cottage gardens, containers, or mass plantings. Attracts butterflies. Growth habit of 17” tall x 25” wide. Zone 5-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Citrine’ (Citrine Tickseed)

Has bright, exciting color for borders or containers on low, compact plants. Blooms continually for months without deadheading. Great in mass plantings or hanging baskets. Neat, low maintenance and easy to grow. Masses of bright yellow flowers bloom midsummer. Growth habit of 6-8” tall x 18-20” wide. Zone 5-10

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Garnet’ (Garnet Tickseed)

A very long-blooming perennial for sunny areas, forming a bushy mound of blue-green leaves. The small garnet daisies have a darker eye and appear in succession from summer to late fall. May require some support if grown in very rich garden soil, or simply shear by half in July if they begin to flop open. Growth habit of 8-10” tall x 18-20” wide. Zone 7-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Heaven’s Gate’ (Heaven’s Gate Tickseed)

Noted for its profuse summer bloom of flowers in bicolor shades of pink and red or in single shades of dark red. Each daisy-like flower (to 1 1/2” diameter) typically features rose pink petals with a darker rose-red petal ring surrounding a golden center. Growth of 18” tall x 24” wide. Zone 5-8

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonbeam’

A profusion of creamy yellow flowers on this refined, airy form creates a showy display in sunny borders and beds. Well-suited for containers and hanging baskets. Growth habit of 12-18” tall x 24” wide. Zone 3-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonlight’ (Moonlight Tickseed)

A threadleaf-type of coreopsis that features a profuse late spring to fall bloom of soft yellow, daisy-like flowers (1-2" diameter) that cover a bushy clump of pinnate dark green leaves. Growth habit of 18-25” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 6-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Pink Sapphire’ (Pink Sapphire Tickseed)

Vibrant pink, white eyed flowers bloom early summer through fall. Coreopsis Pink Sapphire is ideal for mixed beds and borders. Growth habit of 14-16” tall x 16” wide. Zone 6-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Ruby Frost’ (Ruby Frost Tickseed)

A very long-blooming perennial for sunny areas, forming a bushy mound of blue-green leaves. This is a color breakthrough with small, deep ruby-red flowers edged in frosty white that appear in succession from summer to late fall. Growth habit of 14-16” tall x 27-31” wide. Zone 5-9

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Zagreb’ (Threadleaf Tickseed)

With untoothed rays and darker yellow center disks, this variety is more compact and features bright yellow, daisy-like flowers (1-2" diameter). Growth habit of 1-1.5’ tall x 1-1.5’ wide. Zone 3-9

Cyclamen purpurascens (Hardy Cyclamen)

The round patterned leaves and dark pink flowers spring alive from June through September, adding great color to the summer woodland garden. In colder climates, good winter drainage is key to survival. Growth habit of 6” tall to 6” wide, can have a greater spread. Zone 5-7

Delosperma floribundum ‘Starburst’ (Starburst® Ice Plant)

Perfect for hot, dry areas, this hardy clumping groundcover produces a dome of shimmering bright pink flowers with white centers, from early summer to fall. Adapts to harsh, windswept winter conditions. Growth habit of 2-4” tall x 10-18” wide. Zone 5-9

Dianthus gratianopolitanus ‘Feurehexe’ (Fire Witch Cheddar Pink)

A long flowering German Hybrid with ice-blue foliage forms a tidy mat that stays evergreen. Fire Witch has brilliant pink single flowers that have frilled petals combined with a pleasing clove scent. Growth habit of 3-6” tall x 6-12” wide. Zone 3-8

Dianthus gratianopolitanus ‘Tiny Rubies’ (Tiny Rubies Cheddar Pink)

Especially popular as an edging plant, or in the rock garden. It forms a low cushion of olive-green leaves, bearing masses of small, fragrant double rose-pink flowers in late spring. Drought tolerant once established. Growth habit of 2-4” tall x 8-12” wide. Zone 2-9

Echinacea ‘Amazing Dream’ (Amazing Dream Coneflower)

A dream in the landscape with its compact habit, amazing number of flowers, and long season of bloom. Flowers are deep pink. A great landscape plant for a long show of color. Growth habit of 16” tall x 20” wide. Zone 4-10

Echinacea ‘Big Kahuna’ (Big Kahuna Coneflower)

Featuring large yellow-brown petals with a salmon tint surrounding a huge, raised cone in yellow-brown hues, it is popular in borders, containers, mass plantings as a specimen plant or accent, or as dried flowers or cut flowers. Growth habit of 21” tall x 18” wide. Zone 4-9

Echinacea ‘Chiquita’ (Chiquita Coneflower)

A shorter, hybrid Coneflower featuring large, fragrant, soft yellow colored petals surrounding a large, red-brown cone. Well-branched, strong and bushy. Ideal for sunny borders and growing in mixed containers. Attractive to butterflies. Growth habit of 10-12” tall x 10-12” wide. Zone 4-9

Echinacea ‘Cranberry Cupcake’ (Cranberry Cupcake Coneflower)

Produces cranberry colored, pom-pom-like, double coneflowers on compact stems. Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Growth habit of 1.5-2’ tall x 1.5-2’ wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea ‘Dixie™ Sun’ (Dixie™ Sun Coneflower)

Offers an outstanding bud count on compact plants with a lot of crowns; bright yellow flowers bloom mid-summer to early fall. Growth habit of 18-24” tall x 18-24” wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea ‘Flame Thrower’ (Flame Thrower Coneflower)

Offers an outstanding bud count on compact plants with a lot of crowns. Orange/yellow rays with orange center cone blooming from June to August. Growth habit of 2.5-3’ tall by 2.5-3’ wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea ‘Gum Drop’ (Gum Drop Coneflower)

Each flower has a double layer of delight - a domed center of dark pink, feathery petals displayed in perfect proportion above a broad rim of candy pink, basal petals. An imposing sight that is even more impressive when seen as a clump of sturdy stems and numerous long-lasting flowers. Growth habit of 24-32” tall x 33” wide. Zone 4

Echinacea ‘Mama Mia’ (Mama Mia Coneflower)

Flowers open with red rays which mature to orange, then coral and finally pink. Rays spread outward from a dark orange-bronze center cone. Strigose, narrow-ovate leaves with serrated margins are medium green. Growth habit of 26” tall x 30” wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea ‘Maui Sunshine’ (Maui Sunshine Coneflower)

Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Each flower (to 4" diameter) features downward-arching bright yellow rays that surround a domed orange center cone. Flowers are fragrant. Medium green leaves (to 6” long) are narrow-ovate. Growth habit of 30-36” tall x 30” wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea ‘Merlot’ (Merlot Coneflower)

A purple coneflower that typically grows in an upright clump with toothed, tapering, narrow-ovate, dark green leaves. Large daisy-like coneflowers with narrow rose-pink rays and orange-bronze central cones bloom from June to early September, sometimes with sporadic later bloom to frost. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 1.5-2.5’ wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea purpurea ‘Leuchtstern’ (Bright Star™ Coneflower)

Has large daisy-like blooms of bright rosy to lavender pink flowers which are borne from mid-summer to early fall. The large maroon cones are excellent for use in dried floral arrangements. Growth habit of 2.5-4’ tall x 1-1.5’ wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea purpurea ‘Satin Nights’ (Satin Nights Coneflower)

With a wonderfully compact habit, purple-pink flowers with ribbon-like petals, and dark cones, this variety has it all. It is great used in the front of the border or in mixed beds. Clean and reliable, you'll enjoy this wonderful Echinacea everywhere in your garden. Growth habit of 18” tall x 15” wide. Zone 4-9

Echinacea ‘Ruby Giant’ (Ruby Giant Coneflower)

Noted for its large, bold, dark-ruby pink flowers. It is a clump-forming perennial that features 7” diameter flowers with non-drooping ruby-pink rays and large orange-brown center cones. Long summer to fall bloom period. Coarsely-toothed, dark green leaves (3-6” long). Growth of 2-2.5’ tall x 1.5-2’ wide. Zone 3-9

Echinacea ‘Secret™ Affair’ (Secret™ Affair Coneflower)

Produces large double rose, mauve and lavender blooms on strong plants with a sturdy, medium habit. The color doesn't fade like the competition's plants, and the flower show can last till frost. Growth habit of 22” tall x 23” wide. Zone 4-10

Echinacea ‘Secret™ Love’ (Secret™ Love Coneflower)

A hybrid Coneflower, featuring bright, fully double, red petals. High flower count over a long season. Plant habit is compact and well-branched. Ideal for sunny borders and growing in mixed containers. Attractive to butterflies. Growth habit of 20-23” tall x 18-20” wide. Zone 4-9

Echinacea ‘Supreme™ Elegance’ (Supreme™ Elegance Coneflower)

Ray petals are star-like in a bright mauve pink that deepens in color. Heavy blooming. Branching is superior to many coneflowers on the market, providing an upright habit with bouquet branching. Long blooming summer into fall. Drought tolerant once established. Growth habit of 34” tall x 19” wide. Zone 4-9

Echinacea ‘Tiki Torch’ (Tiki Torch Coneflower)

An upright perennial that typically grows in a clump to 2-3’ tall on sturdy, well-branched stems that do not need staking. Flowers feature drooping, deep orange rays with rounded, reddish-brown center cones. Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 1.5-2’ wide. Zone 3-8

Echinacea ‘Tomato Soup’ (Tomato Soup Coneflower)

Large flowers feature slightly drooping, tomato-red rays with rounded, dark yellowish-brown center cones. Flowers bloom from late spring to late summer, sometimes with additional sporadic bloom until frost. Strigose, yellow green leaves (to 7” long) are lanceolate to ovate. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Zone 3-8

Eryngium zabelii ‘Big Blue’ (Big Blue Sea Holly)

Features extraordinarily eye-catching iridescent steel-blue flowers tightly packed into egg shaped heads that light up the garden throughout summer. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 1-2’ wide. Zone 4-9

Euphorbia characias ‘Golden Glory’ (Golden Glory Spurge)

A dazzling contrast between long lasting deep-maroon foliage and 1-2' second year stalks of bright yellow (fading lime) flowers; compact and showy! for the winter-spring-early summer border/container. Growth habit of 20” tall x 14” wide. Zone 7-10

Fragaria chiloensis (Coastal Strawberry)

A spreading Native evergreen groundcover, useful as a lawn substitute or for stabilizing slopes. The green leaves have an attractive glossy sheen. Small white flowers in spring are followed by tiny red edible berries. Plants produce runners that spread and root. Mow or trim plants hard in early spring. Spreading growth habit of 10” tall. Zone: 4-9

Geranium sanguineum (Bloody Cranesbill)

Foliage consists of small, shallowly cut, dark green basal leaves and thinner, more deeply cut stem leaves. Solitary flowers (to 1 1/2” diameter) feature five unnotched magenta to purple crimson petals with darker veins. Flowers primarily bloom in May and June with a sparse but variable rebloom occurring throughout summer. After first fall frost, foliage usually turns attractive shades of red. Growth habit of 9-18” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 3-9

Geranium sanguineum ‘Max Frei’ (Max Frei Cranesbill)

A cultivar that is noted for its compact growth habit and reddish-purple flowers. It typically forms a spreading mound of foliage with deeply-lobed, dark green leaves. Flowers bloom in late spring. Foliage often turns attractive shades of red in autumn. Growth habit of 4-9” tall x 12-24” wide. Zone 3-8

Helenium autumnale ‘Mariachi™ Salsa’ (Mariachi™ Salsa Sneezeweed)

Part of the Mariachi™ Series, this variety features orange petals with a gold halo surrounding a brown cone. Good branching habit, terrific for cutting. Growth habit of 18-20” tall x 20-23” wide. Zone 3-9

Hemerocallis ‘Pardon Me’ (Pardon Me Daylily)

A vigorous cultivar which features 3-inch diameter bright red flowers with yellow-green throats. Flowers appear on naked stems (scapes) which typically rise to 24” tall above a clump of arching, linear, blade-like leaves.  Growth habit of 18” tall x 18-24” wide. Zone 3-9

Hemerocallis ‘Ruby Stella’ (Ruby Stella Daylily)

A durable perennial with grass-like leaves that produces showy clusters of deep wine-red lily-like fragrant blooms on tall stems. Unlike most daylilies, it reblooms throughout summer, with sufficient reliability that is it categorized as ever-blooming. Growth habit of 14-18” tall x 18-24” wide. Zone 3-9

Hemerocallis x ‘Stella de Oro’ (Stella de Oro Dwarf Daylily)

Features profuse yellow flowers with ruffled edges and deeper yellow throats. Flower is classified as a miniature. Flowers are borne on naked stems (scapes) above a clump of arching, linear, blade-like leaves. Individual flowers open for one day. Growth habit of 24” tall x 24” wide. Zone 3-10

Heuchera ‘Blackberry Crisp’ (Blackberry Crisp Coral Bells)

A ruffled summer purple, this variety has a tight, upright habit with leaves that change to deep burgundy in the spring, to deep purple to black. Short white flowers in spring add to this appealing gem. Growth habit of 7” tall x 16” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Blondie’ (Blondie Coral Bells)

From the LITTLE CUTIE™ Series and is a terrific choice for adding a touch of color towards the front of a border. The leaves are caramel colored with creamy-yellow flower spikes over a long period. Growth habit of 4-6” tall x 6-8” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Blondie in Lime’ (Blondie in Lime Coral Bells)

Has lime green leaves and yellow green flowers blooming continuously all spring, summer, and fall. This mutation out of 'Blondie' is as cute and tough as the original. Growth habit of 5” tall x 8” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Cajun Fire’ (Cajun Fire Coral Bells)

Forms a sturdy mound of gently-lobed leaves that are red in spring, turn black in summer and then maroon in fall. Sprays of white bell flowers on dark stems appear in June just above the foliage but can be removed if desired. Growth habit of 10-12” tall x 10-12” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Chatterbox’ (Chatterbox Coral Bells)

Features a basal mound (typically to 12" tall) of heart-shaped, lobed, slightly toothed, long-petiole medium-green leaves (2-4" wide). Tiny, rose-coral, bell-shaped flowers in open, airy panicles are borne on slender, wiry stems extending well above the mound of leaves. Growth habit of 15-20” tall x 18” wide. Zone 3-9

Heuchera ‘Cherry Cola™’ (Cherry Cola™ Coral Bells)

A clump-forming, coral bells that is most noted for its reddish-brown leaves and cherry red flowers. Rounded, lobed, long-petiole leaves form a compact basal mound. Cherry-red flowers borne in open, airy panicles appear in late spring to early summer on slender stems. Growth habit of 6” tall x 14” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Electric Lime’ (Electric Lime Coral Bells)

A lovely variety of Coral Bells with a bold foliage of large, lime green leaves adorned with contrasting blood-red veins in cool temperatures. Growth habit of 12” tall x 28” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Fire Chief’ (Fire Chief Coral Bells)

A clump-forming, reblooming, coral bells hybrid. It is most noted for its wine-red leaves. Small pink and white flowers borne in open, airy panicles bloom in spring with some rebloom occurring in summer to fall on slender, wiry, dark red stems rising above the foliage mound. Growth habit of 7-9” tall x 12-15” wide. Zone 4-8

Heuchera ‘Georgia Peach’ (Georgia Peach Coral Bells)

A vigorous, clump-forming coral bells cultivar noted for its bold foliage which changes colors throughout the growing season. In early spring, large leaves (to 8” across) emerge peach-orange with darker veins. Leaves acquire rose tones as they mature in summer. Leaves further darken to an attractive rose-purple by fall. Foliage in all seasons has a silver-white overlay. Growth habit of 12-14” tall x 24” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Ginger Peach’ (Ginger Peach Coral Bells)

A clump-forming, coral bells that produces a striking basal mound of ruffled, amber-red leaves. As the growing season progresses, the foliage develops and reveals additional hints of peach, coral, apricot, bronze and copper. Small, white flowers borne in open, airy panicles appear in late spring to early summer on slender stems rising above the foliage mound. Growth habit of 10” tall x 24” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Glitter’ (Glitter Coral Bells)

A terrific choice for adding a touch of color towards the front of a border or in mixed containers. The foliage is bright, shiny silver with contrasting black veins while the underside is soft violet. Sprays of fuchsia pink flowers appear spring through summer. Remove any winter-burned leaves in the spring, otherwise no pruning is required. Growth habit of 8-10” tall x 12-14” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Kassandra’ (Kassandra Coral Bells)

Leaf colors change throughout the growing season, emerging caramel to orange in spring and change to maroon to reddish pink by the end of the season. White flowers rise above the foliage in early summer. Growth habit of 10-12” tall x 15-18” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Mahogany’ (Mahogany Coral Bells)

A vigorous, clump-forming coral bells cultivar that is noted for its mahogany leaves. Rounded, lobed, ruffled leaves emerge mahogany with purple tones in spring, but mature to mahogany-red by summer. Tiny creamy white flowers appear on slender stems rising above the foliage mound to 14” tall in summer. Growth habit of 8” tall x 16” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Midas Touch’ (Midas Touch Coral Bells)

Offers ruffled and fluted leaves in a unique color combination of peach and gold with silver overlay. It is an extremely vigorous and fast grower forming a tight, compact mound. Excellent in the border, for edging, and in tubs and mixed containers. Growth habit of 8-10” tall x 8-10” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Midnight Rose’ (Midnight Rose Coral Bells)

A clump-forming, coral bells hybrid that is most noted for its dark purple to almost black leaves that are speckled with contrasting hot pink spots. Pink spots fade to cream as the summer progresses. Growth habit o f10-12” tall x 14” wide. Zone: 4-9

Heuchera ‘Paprika’ (Paprika Coral Bells)

Features gently-lobed, paprika-colored leaves with stems of white bell flower sprays, appearing in spring. Wonderful in the front of the border, in rock gardens and mixed containers. Trim off any withered or tired-looking leaves in spring. Should tolerate more sun in cool-summer regions like the Pacific Northwest. Growth habit of 6-8” tall x 12-16” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Peach Crisp’ (Peach Crisp Coral Bells)

Forms a tight mound of beautiful, heavily-ruffled leaves, amber to peach in color, holding well the entire season. Taller stems of small ivory bell flowers appear in late spring. Prefers full sun and good drainage. Wonderful for edging and in mixed containers. Trim off any withered or tired-looking leaves in spring. Growth habit of 12-14” tall x 12-16” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Root Beer™’ (Root Beer™ Coral Bells)

This compact mound of rounded, heavily lobed, root beer-colored foliage is topped with a froth of small, creamy yellow flowers from late spring into early summer. A great choice for adding color and contrast to borders when coupled with green foliage plants. Growth habit of 6” tall x 14” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Shanghai’ (Shanghai Coral Bells)

Forms a tight, sturdy mound of silvery-purple leaves. Sprays of white bell flowers appear throughout the summer but can be removed if desired. Excellent in the border, for edging, or in tubs or mixed containers. Foliage may be tidied up in spring by removing any withered or tired-looking leaves. Growth habit of 10-12” tall x 10-12” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Southern Comfort’ (Southern Comfort Coral Bells)

Huge cinnamon-peach leaves mature to burnished copper, then to amber while forming a broad, lush foliage clump, making a bold landscape statement. Airy spikes of creamy white flowers appear in summer. Thrives in hot, humid environments where others don’t. Growth habit of 14” tall x 24” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Stormy Seas’ (Stormy Seas Coral Bells)

Magnificently ruffled, somewhat glossy leaves are maroon-purple when young and age to a bronze-green with bright purple undersides. Cream colored flowers appear on 3’ tall dark purple scapes from late spring to early summer. Growth habit of 1-2’ tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Tokyo’ (Tokyo Coral Bells)

A great summer shade accent, this large tight mound of lime green foliage has proven amazingly tough – beating out diseases and heat. The flowers arrive in July and last through October in the Northwest. Growth habit of 10’ tall x 21” wide. Zone 4-9.

Heuchera ‘Twilight’ (Twilight Coral Bells)

Velvety, charcoal-gray leaves are symmetrically arranged on this low growing, medium broad plant. Growth habit of 9” tall x 24” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Venus’ (Venus Coral Bells)

Dark green veining accents the scalloped foliage of silver leaves. This variety is stunning when paired with dark foliage plants. Sprays of starry, ivory-white flowers rise above the frosted foliage in late spring. Growth habit of 8” tall x 12” wide. Zone 4-9

Heuchera ‘Vienna’ (Vienna Coral Bells)

Amber-orange, deep rose and honeydew green foliage are accented with bold veining to create interesting patterns. Leaves are softly highlighted with a touch of shimmering silver. Growth habit of 8” tall x 16” wide. Zone 4-9

Heucherella ‘Autumn Cascade (Autumn Cascade Heucherella)

Features a lovely blend of warm autumn hues with a deeply lobed, ‘oak-leaf’ type shape. A trailing habit makes this plant a good ground cover or excellent in hanging baskets or containers. Growth habit of 4” tall x 36” wide. Zone 4-9

Heucherella ‘Brass Lantern’ (Brass Lantern Heucherella)

This vigorous selection forms a large mound of deeply-lobed, brassy gold and red, maple-shaped leaves. Sprays of small white bell flowers appear on dark stems in late spring. Winter color is olive green and brown. A great choice for shady borders as well as in mixed containers. Growth habit of 20-25” tall x 18-23” wide. Zone 4-9

Heucherella ‘Buttered Rum’ (Buttered Rum Heucherella)

Caramel-dipped, deeply-cut maple leaves adorn this aptly named plant from spring to summer, In fall, cool weather burnishes the leaves to a lovely rose-red. Grows into a medium sized mound that is perfect for any landscape. Growth habit of 7” tall x 15” wide. Zone 4-9

Heucherella ‘Copper Cascade’ (Copper Cascade Heucherlla)

Characterized by smaller leaves and a trailing habit with rosy copper-gold foliage and a pinkish veil with burgundy veins. Its small white bell-shaped flowers attract butterflies. Its trailing habit makes it useful as a ground cover or for containers. Growth habit of 0.5 to 1’ tall x 2 to 2.5’ wide. Zone 4-9

Heucherella ‘Cracked Ice’ (Cracked Ice Heucherella)

In the summer, blue and green tones are punctuated with dramatic veining. In early spring and fall, the leaves get a charming silvery-pink overlay. This is a healthy, vigorous, and easy to grow variety. The compact habit is a natural choice for containers and landscapes. Growth habit of 7” tall x 15” wide. Zone 4-9

Heucherella ‘Gold Zebra’ (Gold Zebra Heucherella)

Featuring a mound of feathery, bright yellow leaves that are boldly marked with dark red. Sprays of small white bell flowers appear in spring. A great choice for adding drama to mixed containers and the front of the border. Growth habit of 8-16” tall x 12-16” wide. Zone: 4-9

Heucherella ‘Redstone Falls’ (Redstone Falls Heucherella)

A mounding and trailing variety that is grown as a ground cover. Broad-lobed copper leaves with darker veins emerge in spring with good color retention during summer. Leaves eventually change to a showy combination of reds and browns by fall. Tiny white flowers rise above the foliage to 15" tall in mid to late spring. Growth habit of 10” tall x 36” wide. Zone 4-9

Hosta ‘Abiqua Moonbeam’ (Moonbeam Plantain Lily)

Features blue green corrugated foliage with luminous wide margins of lime gold. Grows rapidly and will tolerate some sun. Pale lavender bluish white flowers in mid-summer. Growth habit of 24” tall x 4’ wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Albo Marginata’ (Albo Marginata Plantain Lily)

Has perfect pointed, rich green leaves with brushed white margins. The handsome coloring has made this one a favorite. Growth habit of 16-20” tall x 112-18” wide. Zone 3-9

Hosta ‘Blue Angel’ (Blue Angel Plantain Lily)

A giant, blue-leaved Hosta that features thick, heavy-textured, slightly convex, wide-oval, blue-green leaves (with light marginal undulations, ribbed veins, cuspidate tips and cordate bases. Best blue foliage color occurs in light shade with tolerance for some morning sun. Bell-shaped, pale lavender to white flowers bloom in a dense raceme in mid-summer atop an erect, leafy, gray-green scape rising to 48" tall. Growth habit of 36” tall x 48” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Blue Mouse Ears’ (Blue Mouse Ears Plantain Lily)

A miniature, clump-forming Hosta that produces a symmetrical foliage mound of thick, rounded, blue green to gray-green leaves with cordate bases and mucronate tips. Each leaf is curled in such a way as to purportedly resemble the shape of a mouse ear. Bell-shaped, lavender, lily-like flowers bloom in mid-summer rising to 8-12" tall. Growth habit of 6” tall x 11” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Francee’ (Francee Plantain Lily)

One of the best white-margined hostas, it matures as a dense, arching mound with heart-shaped, dark-green leaves with narrow white margins. Funnel-shaped, pale lavender flowers in dense racemes appear in late summer. Easily grown in evenly moist, organically rich, well-drained soils in part shade to full shade. Growth habit of 1-2’ tall x 1-3 feet wide. Zone 3-9

Hosta ‘Gold Standard’ (Gold Standard Plantain Lily)

Features wide-oval, cordate, seersucker, yellow leaves with irregular dark green margins. Leaf centers emerge chartreuse in spring but turn golden yellow as the season progresses. Yellow leaf color may eventually fade to white near the end of the season. Funnel-shaped, pinkish lavender flowers bloom in mid-summer on stems rising to 42" tall. Growth habit of 22” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Guacamole’ (Guacamole Plantain Lily)

Featuring slightly convex, wide oval, chartreuse-gold leaves with irregular darker bluish-green margins. Leaves are glossy above and powdery below with distinctive veining, mucronate tips and cordate to overlapping leaf bases. Funnel-shaped, highly fragrant, almost white flowers bloom in mid-summer rising to 36" tall. Growth habit of 18” tall x 50” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Halcyon’ (Halcyon Plantain Lily)

One of the best and most popular of the blue Hosta cultivars. An erect plant featuring a mound of flat, spear-shaped, heavily-textured, blue-green leaves and racemes of bell-shaped, pale lilac-blue flowers on 26" stems. This cultivar retains blue leaf color longer than most other blue Hosta. Dense foliage crowds out most garden weeds. Growth habit o f14” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Hands Up’ (Hands Up Plantain Lily)

An unusual Hosta, bearing upright, twisted and slender foliage, with wide yellow margins. Large lavender flowers appear on tall stems in July. It is perfect for growing in a shady border or growing a focal point in a container.  Growth habit of 8” tall x 12” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Little Sunspot’ (Little Sunspot Plantain Lily)

Features a mound of variegated, heart-shaped basal leaves which have yellow centers and green margins to 1/2" wide. Racemes of bell-shaped, white flowers tinged with pale lavender venation appear above the foliage mound in summer on stems rising to 12" tall. Growth habit of 6” tall x 12” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Love Pat’ (Love Pat Plantain Lily)

A medium-sized selection with very thick, powder blue leaves with a quilted texture. Near-white flowers appear in July. Suitable also for planting in mixed containers or tubs. Hosta go completely dormant in the fall, and the dying foliage can be removed any time before mid-spring. Easily divided in either spring or fall. Excellent slug resistance. Growth habit of 16-18” tall x 29-39” wide. Zone 2-9

Hosta ‘Minuteman’ (Minuteman Plantain Lily)

The gleaming white leaf edges are the brightest of the variety and they are particularly striking against the dark green foliage. ‘Minuteman’ and its sister Hosta ‘Patriot’ are very similar; ‘Minuteman’ has darker green leaf centers and a brighter white edge. It is a vigorous grower but will take a few years to become a nice full clump. In late summer, short stems of lavender flowers dance just above the foliage. Growth habit of 1’ tall x 3’ wide. Zone 3-9

Hosta x ‘Night Before Christmas’ (Night Before Christmas Plantain Lily)

Pure white centers edged by dark olive-green borders create a superb landscape feature when combined with other bright-colored hostas and perennials. Pale lavender flowers rise above the foliage midsummer. The perfect plant for brightening full or dappled shade areas of the garden. Growth habit of 18” tall x 30” wide. Zone 3-9

Hosta ‘Patriot’ (Patriot Plantain Lily)

A superb compact selection with more heat tolerance than other popular varieties. This offspring of ‘Francee’ features bold, dark green foliage with gleaming white edges. Great for brightening a full or dappled shade border. Growth habit of 14” tall x 14” wide, or larger. Zone 4-8

Hosta ‘Rainforest Sunrise’ (Rainforest Sunrise Plantain Lily)

Features crinkly golden-yellow leaves with streaky dark-green margins. Pale-lavender flowers appear in June. Well suited to edging a shady border and for planting in mixed containers or tubs. Growth habit of 10-12” tall x 16-23” wide. Zone 2-9

Hosta ‘Shade Fanfare’ (Shade Fanfare Plantain Lily)

An erect, medium Hosta featuring a mound of heart-shaped, flat, chartreuse leaves with yellowish white (creamy) margins and racemes of funnel-shaped, lavender flowers on 22" stems. A dependable and versatile perennial requiring little care. Growth habit of 16” tall x 24” wide, a vigorous grower. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Sieboldiana Elegans’ (Sieboldiana Elegans Plantain Lily)

A giant blue Hosta that turns dark green by mid-summer. Leaves emerge a frosty blue and turn smoky as the glaucous coating fades. Leaves are a dark green by late summer. Growth habit of 30” tall x 60” wide. Zone 4-9

Hosta ‘Stained Glass’ (Stained Glass Plantain Lily)

Bright golden leaves with wide, deep green margins and prominent veining provide the appearance of stained glass. Large, fragrant, pale lavender flowers complement the dramatic foliage. Bold color for foundation and woodland beds in full or dappled shade. Growth habit of 15” tall x 36” wide, or larger. Zone 3-9

Hosta ‘Sum and Substance’ (Sum and Substance Plantain Lily)

Heart-shaped, thick-textured, glossy yellow leaves turn golden over time with proper sun exposure and racemes of bell-shaped, fragrant, white flowers on stems up to 38". A dependable and versatile perennial requiring little care. Growth habit of 30” tall x 60” wide. Zone 3-8

Hosta ‘Tokudama Flavocircinalis’ (Tokudama Flavocirinalis Plantain Lily)

Has thick, rounded blue leaves with a streaky golden margin. Near-white flowers appear in July. Good for planting in mixed containers or tubs. Growth habit of 14-18” tall x 35-47” wide. Zone 2-9

Hosta ‘Undulata Albomarginata’ (Albo Marginata Plantain Lily)

Bell-shaped lavender flowers appear mid-season with grace and fragrance. Unequaled for their broad, ribbed, wavy foliage, Hosta are idea for naturalizing and provide sparking color for years and years. Growth habit of 18” tall x 24” wide. Zone 3-9

Hosta ‘Wide Brim’ (Wide Brim Plantain Lily)

Broad blue-green leaves with creamy edge create a large mound of attractive, lush foliage. Slender spikes of lavender flowers appear in summer. Adds a colorful accent to shady mixed borders and woodland gardens. Growth habit of 18” tall x 24” wide. Zone 3-8

Iberis sempervirens (Purity Candytuft)

Small, pure white flowers obscure the neat, dense mound of glossy green foliage. Popular for edging, perennial borders, along garden walks in rock gardens or as a small-scale ground cover. Growth habit of 8-10” high x 12” wide. Zone 5-9

Iris pallida ‘Albo-Variegata’ (Sweet Iris)

Forms a low clump of striped sword-like leaves emerging creamy yellow and turning silver-white as the season progresses. Grey-green stripes run lengthwise, remaining nearly evergreen in mild winter regions. Growth habit of 24-30” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 3-9.

Iris pseudacorus ‘Variegata’ (Variegated Yellow Flag Iris)

Fragrant, pale yellow blooms brighten the edge of water gardens and bogs. Flowers are held above substantial clumps of green, yellow and pale green variegated strap-like foliage. Growth habit of 3-5’ tall x 5-6’ wide. Zone 4-8

Iris sibirica ‘Siberian Iris’ (Siberian Iris)

Exquisite flowers come in an array of gorgeous blue, purple, red-violet, or yellow and have a variety of forms from upright to flat and round. After blooming, their grass-like foliage consisting of sturdy clumps of upright green, narrow and fairly rigid, blue-shaped leaves, is also one of their most attractive garden features as it remains fresh-looking all season. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 1-2’ wide. Zone 3-8

Kniphofia ‘Creamsicle’ (Creamsicle™ Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

Bred to fit in small spaces, plants form a mound of grassy, evergreen leaves with taller stems bearing spikes of bottlebrush blooms in a soft-orange color. Stems are wonderful for cutting. Drought tolerant, once established. Attractive to hummingbirds. Bloom all summer. Growth habit of 12-18” tall x 16-20” wide. Zone 6-9

Kniphofia ‘Ember Glow’ (Evening Glow™ Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

Puts on a massive, bright flower display from August to frost. This lovely, dwarf Kniphofia features bicolor yellow and orange flowers that look just like candy corn. Ideal for small gardens. Growth habit of 16” tall x 16” wide. Zone 6-9

Kniphofia ‘Fire Glow’ (Fire Glow™ Red Hot Poker)

Bred to fit in small spaces, this variety forms a mound of grassy, evergreen leaves with taller stems bearing large, bicolor spikes of red and orange for weeks, beginning late summer. Stems are wonderful for cutting. Drought tolerant, once established. Attractive to hummingbirds. Growth habit of 20-27” tall x 18-232” wide. Zone 6-9

Kniphofia ‘Mango Popsicle’ (Mango Popsicle™ Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

A hybrid kniphofia that produces ornamentally impressive mango-orange flowers in 5” long terminal racemes (to 120 flowers per raceme) atop 30” tall flower stems rising well above a basal clump of medium green strap-shaped leaves (to 12” tall). Bloom on each flower spike lasts about 2 to 3 weeks. Flower spikes bloom, in succession, over a long, late spring to early fall bloom period. Growth habit of 1.5-2.5’ tall x 1-1.5’ wide. Zone 6-8

Kniphofia ‘Orange Vanilla Popsicle’ (Orange Vanilla Popsicle™ Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

A taste of summer with red to orange to creamy white spikes. Reblooming. From the refreshing Popsicle™ Series of deliciously attractive Red Hot Poker plants which combine compact habit, high-impact colors and grassy foliage that remains attractive all season. Growth habit of 14-16” tall x 14” wide. Zone 6-9

Kniphofia ‘Papaya Popsicle’ (Papaya Popsicle™ Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

Plants form a mound of grassy, evergreen leaves with taller stems bearing flower spikes the color of ripe papayas, summer through fall. Stems are wonderful for cutting. Attractive to hummingbirds. Drought tolerant, once established. Growth habit of 18-20” tall x 18-20” wide. Zone 6-9

Kniphofia ‘Pineapple Popsicle’ (Pineapple Popsicle™ Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

A hybrid kniphofia that produces ornamentally impressive cream to pineapple-yellow flowers in 7” long racemes (to 100 densely packed flowers per raceme) atop 26” tall flower stems rising above basal clump of strap-shaped, medium green leaves. Bloom on each flower scape lasts about 2-3 weeks. Flower spikes bloom, in succession, over a long, late spring to early fall bloom period. Growth habit of 14” tall x 24” wide. Zone 6-8

Kniphofia ‘Poco Orange’ (Poco™ Orange Dwarf Red Hot Poker)

An extremely bold groundcover, 'Poco Orange' attracts hummingbirds while undisturbed by deer and other wildlife. Thriving in full sun, it is day neutral and blooms with heat and high light. Drought tolerant, it requires only average soil and water. Growth habit of 2’ tall x 16” wide. Zone 6-9

Lavandula ‘Big Time Blue’ (Big Time Blue Lavender)

A low-growing shrub, the fragrant flowers and foliage make it a favorite for herb gardens and in a perennial border. This also grows well in containers. Growth habit of 10-16” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 5-9

Lavandula stoechas ‘Otto Quast’ (Otto Quast Spanish Lavender)

Fragrant, rich royal purple flower spikes rise above the dense mound of fine, gray-green foliage, providing months of seasonal color. A wonderfully rugged and fuss-free choice for borders and gardens that will tackle heat and drought with grace. An excellent choice for an accent in sunny borders and rock gardens. Growth habit of 20-28” tall x 18-36” wide. Zone 7-9

Lavandula x chaytoria ‘Silver Sands’ (Silver Sands Lavender)

A dramatic silver foliage carries elegant flower stems in mid-summer. Topped by dark-purple, almost magenta flowers. Growth habit of 12-24” tall x 12-24” wide. Zone 8-10

Leucanthemum ‘Belgian Lace’ (Belgian Lace Shasta Daisy)

Forms a low mound with large, double white flowers with fringed petal tips. Flower buds are light yellow and open flowers have yellow center petals when young. Growth habit of 24” tall x 16” wide. Zone 5-9

Leucanthemum ‘Bridal Bouquet’ (Bridal Bouquet Shasta Daisy)

A compact Shasta daisy that features lightly ruffled, double, broad-petaled white flowers over a long June to September bloom period. Flowers emerge with yellow rays surrounding a yellow center, but the rays mature to bright white. Growth habit of 9-12” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 5-9

Leucanthemum ‘Goldfinch’ (Goldfinch Shasta Daisy)

Long blooming and compact with semi-double flowers that very slowly and gracefully change from bright lemon yellow to an ivory white. Growth habit of 19” tall x 23” wide. Zone 5-9

Leucanthemum ‘Luna’ (Luna Shasta Daisy)

Fluffy pom-pom blooms begin as pure yellow, then fade around the edges to a creamy white, giving a unique two-toned display. Each perfectly round flower attracts butterflies and rises on strong stems just right for cutting. This moon-like flower loves the sun and prefers well-drained soil to reach its full potential. Growth habit of 22” tall x 19” wide. Zone 5-9

Leucanthemum ‘Macaroon’ (Macaroon Shasta Daisy)

A shorter, double-flowering variety packed with bright white petals surrounding golden centers. An excellent choice for the front of the border where a long season of bloom is required. Growth habit of 12-14” tall x 14” wide. Zone 5-9

Leucanthemum x superbum ‘Snowbound’ (Snowbound Shasta Daisy)

A short and compact variety with abundant blooms from late spring to mid-summer. Great for beds and containers. Shorter than 'Daisy May'. Flowers are white with yellow center buttons. Growth habit of 15-18” tall x 28” wide. Zone 5-8

Leucanthemum x superbum ‘Victoria Secret’ (Victoria Secret Shasta Daisy)

A compact Shasta daisy cultivar that typically produces a prolific bloom of daisies with white rays and yellow centers throughout the summer. Coarsely-toothed, narrow-elliptic medium green leaves. Growth habit of 14” tall x 12” wide. Zone 5-8

Manfreda longiflora (Long Flower Tuberose)

Intricate flowers grow in solitary elongated flower stalks, petals are generally bicolored. Narrow, strap-like succulent leaves are a dull to grayish green and are cupped, often with purple red spots. Leaves have a medium coarse texture and grow almost flat to the ground. This variety is likened to the Agave family. Growth habit of 12” tall x 4-6” wide. Zone 8-11

Monarda didyma ‘Fire Ball’ (Fire Ball Bee Balm)

Unusual scarlet-purple flowers grace the minty-scented, mildew-resistant foliage. A fine selection for both formal as well as naturalistic perennial borders. Blossoms are highly attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds. Growth habit of 12-18” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 4-9

Monarda didyma ‘Grand Parade’ (Grand Parade Bee Balm)

Produces heads of large, shaggy lavender-purple flowers in mid to late summer. Foliage is delightfully fragrant and significantly more resistant to powdery mildew than most older varieties. Excellent for cutting. Growth habit of 16-18” tall x 20-23” wide. Zone 3-9

Monarda didyma ‘Petite Delight’ (Petite Delight Bee Balm)

Tubular, two-lipped, lavender-rose flowers are borne in dense, globular, terminal heads atop stiff square stems clad with serrate, shiny, ovate-lanceolate, dark green leaves. Long summer bloom. Attractive to bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, particularly when massed. Flowers, stems and leaves are aromatic. Growth habit of 12-15” tall x 24” wide. Zone 4-8

Paeonia ‘Alba Plena’ (Herbaceous Peony)

This classic white heirloom is excellent as a border, in a container or for mass planting for a privacy screen. Growth habit of 24-36” tall x 18-24” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Bowl of Love’ (Bowl of Love Peony)

A beautiful, little cup of bright pink petals surround a stunning center of frothy pale cream-to-white petaloids. A free flowering variety producing a mass of beauty throughout mid-summer. A compact variety which rarely will need staking. Growth habit of 24-28” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 2-7

Paeonia ‘Bunker Hill’ (Bunker Hill Peony)

A luscious double peony with rich, rose-pink blossoms. Each petal is beautifully outlined with a trace of silver. It is a heavy bloomer with sturdy stems and dark green, glossy foliage. Flowers mid-season. Growth habit of 32” tall x 36” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Callie’s Memory’ (Callie’s Memory Peony)

Has large, semi-double flowers that appear mid-season and are yellow-cream in color, edged in a deeper russet, with maroon flares and picote edge. Growth habit of 23-27” tall x 29-35” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Caroline Mathers’ (Caroline Mathers’ Peony)

With bright rosy-red, double flowers, this is an attractive and important flower garden perennial prized for its showy late spring to early summer blooms. The mildly fragrant blooms are excellent for cutting. Growth habit of 30-36” tall x 30-36” wide. Zone 3-7

Paeonia ‘Charles Burgess’ (Charles Burgess’ Peony)

Featuring wide, dark-burgundy petals around a dazzling ring of staminodes edged in light gold. With exceptionally strong stems, this variety holds up well in weather. Growth habit of 30-36” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone: 3-7

Paeonia ‘Coral Charm’ (Coral Charm Peony)

An early-blooming semi-double whose deep coral buds open to form glowing chalices of a smooth coral peach. Against the deep green foliage, this color could hardly be more attractive. Plant 'Coral Charm' with whites, but not strong pinks or reds. Growth habit of 28” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-7

Paeonia ‘Do Tell’ (Do Tell Peony)

A shrubby plant that displays attractive foliage throughout the summer and early fall, and then die to the ground after frost. Large flowers feature light shell pink outer petals and darker rose-pink to red center staminodes. Growth habit of 30-36” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Dr. Alexander Fleming’ (Dr. Alexander Fleming Peony)

Offers fully double, bomb-type flowers in bright pink on strong stems in early summer. The inner petals tend to curl inward adding to its visual appeal. Growth habit of 25-20” tall x 16-18” wide. Zone 3-9

Paeonia ‘Festiva Maxima’ (Festiva Maxima Peony)

Has large, pure white, fragrant blooms with occasional flecks of crimson at the base of the center petals have made this variety a great Peony for generations. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-7

Paeonia ‘Gay Paree’ (Gay Paree Peony)

A unique Japanese or Anemone-style selection features rose-pink outer petals around a tufted creamy-white center made up of petaloids. Growth habit of 33-35” tall x 35-39” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Henry Bockstoce’ (Henry Bockstoce Peony)

Has a cardinal-red color bloom on fully double flowers that secures its status as a standout. Although held on sturdy stems, these magnificent blooms may need staking to protect them from wind and rain. Growth habit of 38” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Kansas’ (Kansas Peony)

Has vivid crimson flowers are borne on exceptionally strong stems. The show is glorious in the garden or in a vase. This old variety has been around since 1940 and it's still widely considered the very best double red Peony. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-7

Paeonia ‘Koppius’ (Koppius Peony)

Has dark green leaves, each with 9 lance-shaped, rough margined leaflets. Double red flowers at top of red mottled stems are bowl-shaped, fragrant. Support with wire frame or wooden stakes to keep weighty flowers from toppling plant. Growth is 32-34” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Bowl of Beauty’ (Bowl of Beauty Peony)

This mid-season peony features large anemone-shaped blossoms that are rose-pink on the outside with densely packed with soft yellow strap-like petals at the heart. Reliable and vigorous, this peony grows in a lush, bushy mound of glossy, mid green divide foliage. Growth habit of 24-36” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Edulis Superba’

Favored by gardeners for its wonderfully fragrant double plossoms of bright rose-pink petals adorned with a collar of smaller ivory petals at their heart. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Felix Crousse’

Large, double blossoms are richly packed with raspberry-red petals, elegantly ruffled, and with a delicate silvery sheen at their tips. Growth habit of 24-36” x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Honey Gold’ (Honey Gold Peony)

Produces unique Japanese form flowers with large creamy white guard petals surrounding a prominent center of golden-yellow petaloids, out of which further bloom creamy-white petaloids. As the flowers mature, their heart resembles more and more a fully double gold and white bomb, creating a very impressive display. Growth habit of 30” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Inspecteur Lavergne’ (Inspecteur Lavergne Peony)

Features large double flowers of deep red, the petals are pencil-edged in white. Growth habit of 30” tall x 33” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Inspecteur Lovergue’ (Inspecteur Lovergue Peony)

Features large double flowers of deep red, the petals pencil-edged in white. Flowering is always best in a sunny

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Kansas’

Features very large, rose-shaped double blossoms richly paced with watermelon red petals that keep their intense coloring and do not fade in bright sunshine. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Lady Anna’

Pink flowers that will bring out the bright and elegant look of any garden during the spring and summer months. While blooming in partial shade, or soaking up the full beams from the sun, you can enjoy observing them explode into a double bloom of pink surrounded by dark green foliage. Growth habit of 24-36” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia lactiflora ‘Monsier Jules Elie’

Very large, double blossoms are richly packed with light rose-pink petals, elegantly ruffled, and with a delicate silvery sheen at their tips. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Miss America’ (Miss America Peony)

Each flower features creamy-white outer petals surrounding a center of golden yellow stamens. Flowers are fragrant. Deep green foliage is divided into oval to lance-shaped segments. Excellent cut flower. Growth habit of 30-36” tall. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Monsieur Jules Elie’ (Monsieur Jules Elie Peony)

Very large, double blossoms are richly packed with light rose-pink petals, elegantly ruffled, and with a delicate silvery sheen at their tips. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Morning Kiss’ (Morning Kiss Peony)

An exceptionally beautiful and fragrant selection whose petals are light pink on top and darker pink at the base. Growth habit of 30” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Myrtle Gentry’ (Myrtle Gentry Peony)

A chameleon that it blooms as a very light pink that fades to almost pure white. Myrle Gentry has one of the most beautiful scents around. This peony is robust, vigorous, prolific, broad and has nicely rounded petals of wonderful substance and eye-catching luster. Growth habit of 34-36” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Pecher’ (Pecher Peony)

Semi-double flowers of pale pink and creamy-white petals, outer petals have a hairline edge of red. Excellent for cutting. Growth habit of 30” tall x 33” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Purple Splendor’ (Purple Splendor Peony)

A very good flowering peony that has light purple flowers which colors to cream with in the heart dark purple flames. Flower stems are long enough for cutting. Unique cultivar. Growth habit of 24-36” tall x 29-35” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Red Charm’ (Red Charm Peony)

Features ruffled, deep red double blooms. Flowers appear in early season. Green foliage is divided into oval to lance-shaped segments. Excellent cut flower. Growth habit of 36” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Rosabel’ (Rosabel Peony)

Features large rose-red flowers appear on strong stems in late spring or early summer. Growth habit of 24-36” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 2-9

Paeonia ‘Rosea’ (Rosea Plena Peony)

Highly attractive with its large, ruffled double bright rose-pink blossoms which fade to a paler pink as they mature. Free flowering, with a good foliage and sturdy habit, it is often referred to as ‘Memorial Day Peony’ because its blooming season coincides with that holiday. Growth habit of 28-32” tall x 18” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Rubra Plena’ (Rubra Plena Peony)

Large, double pink blooms brighten up the spring garden. Plant extra for gorgeous, fragrant spring bouquets. Growth habit of 28-32” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ (Sarah Bernhardt Peony)

Features very large, very fragrant, rose-pink double flowers. Glossy green foliage is divided into oval to lance-shaped leaflets. Excellent cut flower. Growth habit of 36” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Sorbet’ (Sorbet Peony)

'Sorbet' brings soft, luscious tones to the late spring garden. Well-branched but never sprawling, the plant is quite hardy, standing up to adverse weather nicely, and its flowers are absolutely show stopping in any setting, from the border to an accent planting. Growth habit of 36” tall x 30” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘Sweet Harmony’ (Sweet Harmony Peony)

Features an abundance of very large, double lavender rose blooms. Sturdy stems are great for cutting. Growth habit of 36” tall x 22” wide. Zone 3-8

Paeonia ‘White Tower’ (White Tower Peony)

Features a tower of pure white petals, rising above good, dark green foliage that is so important after the big show has passed. Growth habit of 36” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-7

Paeonia ‘Whopper’ (Whopper Peony)

The lightly fragrant, soft pink blossoms of 'Whopper' are remarkable for their lasting quality. Growth habit of 34-35” tall x 36” wide. Zone 3-7

Paeonia x ‘Madame Emile Debatene’ (Madame Emile Debatene Peony)

Spectacular salmon-pink, rose-shaped double blooms are displayed on the bold, erect stems of this showy deciduous shrub. An excellent background plant for spring bulbs, or for use as a spring specimen in sunny gardens and shrub borders. Growth habit of 18-24” tall x 24-36” wide. Zone 4-8

Parthenocissus quinquefolia (Virginia Creeper)

A vigorous tendril-climber that needs no support; it adheres to flat surfaces (e.g., brick, stone or wood walls) via adhesive disks at the tendril ends. Compound-palmate leaves (usually 5 leaflets, with each leaflet to 6" long) emerge purplish in spring, mature to dull green in summer and change to purple to crimson-red in autumn. Fall color can be quite attractive. Clusters of small, greenish-white flowers appear in the upper leaf axils in late spring to early summer but are generally hidden by the foliage. Flowers give way to dark blue to black berries which are attractive to birds. Growth habit of 30-50” tall x 5-10’ wide. Zone 3-9

Penstemon strictus ‘Rocky Mountain’ (Beardtongue, Rocky Mountain)

An evergreen perennial with multiple spires of large, royal-blue to purple flowers rising above low mats of foliage. The paired leaves range from narrow and grass-like broad and lance-shaped depending on the variety. The two lobes of the tubular flowers’ upper lips project forward over the lower lips’ three deeply cut lobes. Though this penstemon tolerates heavy soils and moisture better than most members of the genus, it prefers dry, light, well-drained soils. Growth habit of 1-3’ tall x 2’ wide. Zone 4-9

Phlox subulata ‘Emerald Blue’ (Emerald Blue Creeping Phlox)

Beautiful masses of deep blue flowers top creeping stems and create an attractive groundcover or accent in a rock garden. More heat tolerant than garden phlox. Growth habit of 6” tall x 3’ wide. Zone 3-9

Phlox subulata ‘Candy Stripes’ (Candy Stripes Creeping Phlox)

Rugged, ground-hugging blooms create a delightful carpet of spring color. Masses of tiny white flowers with a pink mid-stripe on each petal cover the dense green foliage. Spreads easily on slopes, in rock gardens, along pathways or borders. Growth habit of 6” tall x 3’ wide. Zone 3-9

Phlox subulata ‘Emerald Pink’ (Emerald Pink Phlox)

Famous for its blazing pink blooms that ignite as a groundcover or accent flower. Creeping Phlox is drought-tolerant and extremely easy to grow. Growth habit of 4-6” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 2-9

Phlox subulata ‘Purple Beauty’ (Purple Beauty Phlox)

Produces a showy display of starry light purple flowers lasting for weeks. Medium-fast growth rate. Clip plants lightly immediately after blooming to encourage a dense habit. Growth habit of 2-4” tall x 6-10” wide. Zone 3-8

Phlox subulata ‘Red Wing’ (Red Wing Phlox)

Has starry crimson-red flowers, each with a tiny dark eye. Wonderful in the sunny rock garden, for edging, or in mixed containers. Growth habit of 3-4” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 2-9

Phormium ‘Amazing Red’ (Amazing Red New Zealand Flax)

A dramatic plant with rich deep red sword-like leaves growing in a fan pattern. Can withstand temperatures to 20° F. Cool Weather will intensify foliage color. Needs heat to thrive and bloom well. Growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 3-4’ wide. Zone 7-9

Phormium ‘Apricot Queen’ (Apricot Queen New Zealand Flax)

Apricot-hued leaves contrast the green-margined, pale yellow mature foliage, creating beautiful texture and color for the landscape. A wonderful accent plant or container specimen. Cut foliage is a great addition to flower arrangements. Growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 3-5’ wide. Zone 8-11

Phormium ‘Duet’ (Duet New Zealand Flax)

Green in the center with the creamy white variegation concentrated toward the margins with rather stiff leaves which are erect to somewhat spreading. Flowers annually with 3 foot wands of yellow flowers. Plant in full sun to light shade. Can tolerate dry conditions (coastal) but looks best with occasional to regular irrigation. Growth habit of 2’ tall x 3-4’ wide. Zone 7-9

Phormium ‘Pink Panther’ (Pink Panther New Zealand Flax)

Has a slightly arching form with leaves that have candy pink centers with darker reddish bronze margins. Plant in full sun to light shade. Can tolerate dry conditions (coastal) but looks best with occasional to regular irrigation. Growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 4-5’ wide. Zone 7-9

Phormium ‘Platt’s Black’ (Platt's Black New Zealand Flax)

Has spreading and arching nearly black leaves that reach slowly upwards to 3 or 4’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Plant in full sun to light shade. Growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Zone 7-9

Phormium ‘Rainbow Sunrise’ (Rainbow Sunrise New Zealand Flax)

Apricot-pink centered leaves have contrasting bronze-red borders to brighten and enhance any landscape. Use as an accent, specimen, container plant or backdrop to add unique color and texture to the landscape. Growth habit of 3’ tall x 4-6’ wide. Zone 8-11

Phormium ‘Sundowner’ (Sundowner New Zealand Flax)

Has an upright form with 2 1/2" wide bronze-green leaves with rose-pink margins fading to cream in summer. The new foliage is often all a rose pink and stunning! Plant in full sun to light shade. Can tolerate dry conditions (coastal) but looks best with occasional to regular irrigation. Growth habit of 6-8’ tall x 4-6’ wide. Zone 7-9

Physostegia virginiana ‘Miss Manners’ (Miss Manners Obedient Plant)

A naturally occurring seedling of Physostegia virginiana 'Rosea', this patented cultivar is distinguished by its non-spreading, clump-forming growth habit, compact growth, sturdy upright stems that do not flop and long season of bloom. Plants typically grow wide on stiff, square stems clad with narrow, lance-shaped, sharp-toothed leaves (to 3-5” long). Dense spikes (8-10" long) of pure white, tubular, two-lipped, snapdragon-like flowers bloom in summer. Growth habit of 24-30” tall x 24-30” wide. Zone 3-9

Physostegia virginiana ‘Vivid’ (Vivid Obedient Plant)

Has spikes of lavender pink flowers of Physostegia provide nice contrast in the perennial border. A strong grower that knows how to flower! Why is this called Obedient Plant? When flower spikes are in full bloom, you can push the snapdragon-like flowers to hold any position - very helpful when in an arrangement. Flowers are in vertical rows up the spikes and open sequentially from bottom to top. Attractive green seed capsules follow the flowers and can be hung to dry to enhance dried floral arrangements. Growth habit of 1’ tall x 14” wide. Zone 3-9

Polemonium yezoense ‘Bressingham Purple’ (Purple Jacob’s Ladder)

Features purplish tinted leaves and cobalt-blue flowers. Odd-pinnate compound leaves (to 27 leaflets each) form a foliage mound to 8” tall. Leaves appear ladder-like, hence the common name. Leaves show purplish hues in cooler weather (spring and fall). Cup-shaped, cobalt blue flowers appear in loose, terminal clusters (cymes) atop burgundy stems in spring. Flowers may rise to 15” tall. Flowers are fragrant. Growth habit of 18” tall x 18” wide. Zone 3-8

Polystichum munitum (Western Sword Fern)

One of the most robust and reliable, this hardy native male fern offers superb texture with glossy, leathery, toothed medium green foliage. Vigorous clumps are formed of many long fronds; up to four feet long in cool, shady sites. Keeps up appearances even in warm, arid climates, though plants are more compact. Growth habit of 3-6’ tall x 3-6’ wide. Zone 5-9

Pulmonaria ‘High Contrast’ (High Contrast Lungwort)

Lungworts are among the most dependable and showy spring-blooming perennials for shady locations. This selection features clusters of pink bells that age to bright blue, over a lush mound of green leaves, heavily spotted in silver. Evergreen in mild winter regions. Good resistance to powdery mildew. Plants prefer a rich, moist soil without the competition of surface-rooted trees. Growth habit of 8-10” tall x 16-20” wide. Zone 3-9

Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Clara’ (Clara Indian Hawthorn)

This attractive and versatile variety features coppery-red tinged new foliage maturing to a rich dark-green and is accented with abundant clusters of pink-tinged buds opening to lightly-fragrant pure white flowers in spring attracting bees. Growth habit of 3-5’ tall x 3-5’ wide. Zone 8-10

Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Pink Lady’ (Pink Lady Indian Hawthorn)

Features bronzy-red tinged new foliage maturing to a rich dark-green and is accented with abundant clusters of dark-pink flowers that cloak this long-blooming variety spring into summer. Growth habit of 3-5’ tall x 3-5’ wide. Zone 8-10

Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Pinkie’ (Pinkie Indian Hawthorn)

This compact variety features bronzy-red tinged new foliage maturing to a glossy rich dark-green and is accented with abundant clusters of lightly-fragrant dark-pink flowers appearing late-spring into early-summer. Growth habit of 2-3’ tall x 3-4’ wide. Zone 8-10

Rhaphiolepis indica ‘Ballerina’ (Ballerina Indian Hawthorn)

This outstanding low evergreen shrub blooms profusely in late winter to early spring, often repeating in the fall. Rose-pink flowers produce small, dark berries. Perfect for low maintenance gardens, with a neat, compact habit that seldom needs pruning. Growth habit of 2-2 ½’ tall x 3-4’ wide. Zone 8-10

Rudbeckia fulgida var. speciosa ‘Viette’s Little Suzy’ (Black-eyed Susan)

An upright, free-blooming coneflower featuring daisy-like flowers with yellow rays and dark brownish-purple center disks. Prolific flower production over a long mid-summer-to-fall bloom period. The blooms are slightly smaller than those of full-sized Susans and the foliage turns purple in fall. Growth habit of 18-30” tall x 18-24” wide. Zone 3-9

Salvia nemorosa ‘East Friesland’ (Meadow Sage)

A multitude of 1 1/2' vivid violet-purple spikes above nicely mounded foliage starting in early June. East Friesland is heavily flowering over a nicely textured leaf. A spectacular source of dark, intense color. Growth habit of 18” tall x 16” wide. Zone 4-8

Salvia nemorosa ‘Sensation Rose’ (Sensation Rose Salvia)

A compact perennial salvia that typically grows in an erect but slightly spreading clump. It is noted for its compact form, free branching habit, long bloom period and lavender-pink flowers. Flowers appear in dense terminal spikes that rise above the foliage over a long May to August bloom period. Flowers are attractive to bees and butterflies. Ovate green leaves (to 2” long) are aromatic when bruised. Growth habit of 12” tall x 14” wide. Zone 4-8

Scabiosa ‘Butterfly Blue’ (Butterfly Blue Pincushion)

A compact, clump-forming perennial which typically grows a long and profuse bloom from late April until frost. Blooms almost all year in mild winter climates. Flowers (2" diameter) feature an outer ring of frilly, flat, lavender-blue petals and a paler domed center cushion with protruding stamens (resembling pins in a pincushion). Flowers bloom singly on stiff stems. Finely cut, grayish-green basal leaves. Growth habit of 12-15” tall x 12-15” wide. Zone 5-9

Scabiosa ‘Pink Mist’ (Pink Mist Pincushion)

A compact, clump-forming perennial which typically grows from late April until frost. Blooms almost all year in mild winter climates. Flowers (2" diameter) feature an outer ring of frilly pink petals and a paler domed center cushion with protruding stamens (resembling pins in a pincushion). Flowers bloom singly on stiff stems. Finely cut, grayish-green basal leaves. Growth habit of 12-15” tall x 12-15” wide. Zone 5-9

Sedum ‘Autumn Fire’ (Autumn Fire Stonecrop)

An improved form of Sedum 'Autumn Joy' that is larger growing, has larger flower heads and is longer blooming. The flat heads of rose-pink flowers appear in late summer. Leave the faded flowers on the plant for added winter interest. Growth habit of 24” tall x 15-18” wide. Zone 3-9

Sedum ‘Autumn Joy’ (Autumn Joy Stonecrop)

Its flowers bloom from August into November and open pink to mature to a copper, just in time for autumn. Growth habit of 1-3’ tall x 1-3’ wide. Zone 3-11

Sedum ‘Chocolate Drop’ (Chocolate Drop Stonecrop)

Lightly scalloped, dark chocolate brown leaves are attractive throughout the growing season. Rose-pink flowers appear in terminal cymes just above the foliage in summer (June-August). Flowers contrast well with the darker foliage. Growth habit of 12” tall x 20” wide. Zone 4-8

Sedum ‘Desert Black’ (Desert Black Stonecrop)

Bred for medium height, lush foliage, heavy basal branching which leads to more flowers, and strong upright stems. 'Desert Black' has delectable maroon leaves that look great from spring until frost. The plants are topped with deep pink, almost reddish, flat-topped or rounded clusters of flowers in summer. Allow sedums to remain in the garden for winter interest. Growth habit of 4-8” tall x 8-12” wide. Zone 4-10

Sedum ‘Dynomite’ (Dynomite Stonecrop)

A very short and dense, its best comparison is Sedum 'Hot Stuff'. 'Dynomite' is more dramatic with deep rose red flowers and dark, dusky foliage. Very large flower heads and stout habit all add up to the best little Sedum TERRA NOVA® has ever introduced. Good things come in small packages. Growth habit of 6” tall x 11” wide. Zone 4-9

Sedum ‘Mr. Goodbud’ (Mr. Goodbud Stonecrop)

Originating in Oregon, this upright selection forms a bushy mound of succulent green leaves. Taller stems appear in late summer, holding large clusters of soft-pink buds that open into starry flowers of deep mauve pink. These develop into brown seed heads with good winter interest. A magnet for butterflies. Pinch or prune plants back by half in June if they get floppy. Trim back to the ground in early spring. Growth habit of 16-18” tall x 18-23” wide. Zone 3-9

Sedum telephium ‘Marina’ (Marina Stonecrop)

A sea of blue-gray foliage is accented with tints of purple in the summer, this is one of the bluest Sedum on the market. In late summer, foliage is awash in clusters of rose-pink flowers. Growth habit of 10-12” tall x 18” wide. Zone 3-9

Sedum ‘Orbit Bronze’ (Orbit Bronze Stonecrop)

A great, round mound of shiny brown with a "topiary" look without the effort. This plant naturally grows into a compact, mound with glossy leaves and cute pink flowers. Everything is in scale with this most marvelous, easy to grow Sedum. Growth habit of 14” tall x 15” wide. Zone: 4-9

Sedum ‘Touchdown Flame’ (Touchdown Flame Stonecrop)

Flame red spring leaves with deep red stems give way to summer leaves that are red-brown and olive-green with green backs. Creamy yellow flowers are prolific in summer. All of this combined with a compact, multi-crown habit. Growth habit of 7” tall x 10” wide. Zone 4-9

Sedum ‘Touchdown Teak’ (Touchdown Teak Stonecrop)

Has amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves, red stems, and a vigorous, upright-but low habit. Rose-red flowers are a summer feature. Growth habit of 15” tall x 19” wide. Zone 4-9

Soldiago hybrida ‘Dansolitlem’ (Little Lemon Goldenrod)

An abundance of lemon yellow panicles cover this new compact goldenrod. This early bloomer adds early color in the garden, makes a great container plant and attracts butterflies. Long bloom time extends garden interest well into fall. Growth habit of 12-18” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 5-8

Symphyotrichum novi-belgii (New York Aster)

Flowers vary in shades of pink, purple and white and bloom in early fall. The smooth or nearly glaborous leaves differentiate them from New England asters. Growth habit of 3-5’ tall x 3’ wide. Zone 4-8

Veronica ‘Aspire™’ (Aspire™ Speedwell)

An outstanding hybrid Speedwell that forms a bushy, compact, upright clump of dark-green leaves, bearing upright wands of deep rose flower spikes throughout the summer. Wonderful in borders, mixed containers or use as a small area ground cover. Growth habit of 6-10” tall x 12” wide. Zone 3 or colder.

Veronica spicata ‘Red Fox’ (Red Fox Speedwell)

A good selection for small spaces or the front of the border. The bright fuchsia-pink flower spikes appear over five weeks, beginning in midsummer. Attracts butterflies Growth habit of 12-15” tall x 12-15” wide. Zone 4-8

Veronica ‘Giles Van Hees’ (Giles Van Hees Speedwell)

Dazzling sunset pink florets on 6” spikes in midsummer. Veronica is beautiful in or out of flower, the medium green lance-shaped foliage makes for a carefree tidy plant. Lasts well when cut, charming in bud vases. Growth habit of 6” tall x 12-14” wide. Zone 3-8

Veronica longifolia ‘Eveline’ (Eveline Speedwell)

A speedwell cultivar that is noted for its upright plant habit and violet flowers. Dense, erect, top-tapered spikes (racemes) of tiny violet to purple-red flowers bloom from late spring to late summer. Growth habit of 20” tall x 12” wide. Zone 4-8

Veronica spicata ‘Royal Candles’ (Royal Candles Speedwell)

An erect, bushy, clump-forming, compact spiked speedwell cultivar with leafy foliage stems typically rise to only 3" tall but are topped with dense, vertical, tapered-at-the-top, deep blue-purple flower spikes which bloom in late spring to mid-summer. Narrow, lance-shaped, medium green leaves (to 2" long). Growth habit of 10” tall x 10” wide. Zone 3-8

Veronica ‘Sunny Border Blue’ (Sunny Border Blue Speedwell)

A tall hybrid speedwell that features dense, upright, terminal spikes (racemes) of dark violet-blue flowers which bloom from late May to frost. Wrinkled, dark green leaves (to 2" long). Good fresh cut flower. Growth habit of 18-24” tall x 12-18” wide. Zone 4-9

Yucca filamentosa ‘Bright Edge’ (Bright Edge Yucca)

Sword-like leaves, boldly edged in bright gold topped by tall spikes of fragrant, ivory white blooms. Smaller than the species, perfect for adding contrast and texture as a garden accent or container plant. Forms dramatic clumps with age. Clumping growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 4’ wide. Flowers reach 5’ tall. Zone 4-9

Yucca filamentosa ‘Color Guard’ (Color Guard Yucca)

Features a rigid, sword-shaped, spine-tipped, leaves (to 30” long and to 4” wide) with green margins and striking creamy gold centers. Long filamentous curly white threads are found along the leaf margins. In late spring, a flowering stalk rises from the center of each rosette bearing bell-shaped, fragrant, creamy white flowers. Growth habit of 3-6’ tall x 2-3’ wide. Flowers reach 5-6’ tall.  Zone 4-10

Yucca filamentosa ‘Golden Sword’ (Golden Sword Yucca)

Boldly striped green and creamy yellow sword-like leaves are topped by tall, showy spikes of fragrant, ivory white blooms in spring. Forms dramatic clumps with age. Use to create contrasting textures as a garden accent or container plant. Growth habit of 3-4’ tall x 5’ wide. Flowers reach 4-6’ tall. Zone 4-9