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Achillea 'Sassy Summer Sangria'

$9.29

Common Name: Yarrow This new series of yarrow is not like the old Garden yarrow in grandma's garden. The stems on the Sassy series are a bit taller but very sturdy and make a great show in the garden. Plants are more clump forming then older yarrow's.    Dark strawberry red flowers are produced on a dense, upright habit. As the flowers age, the color lightens to salmon pink. The root clump of these are large. We plant these into 2 gallon pots for summer sales.  Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc Size: Grade #1 Bare root Height: 26-32" Spread: 20-26" Hardy Zones: 3,4,5,6,7...

Achillea 'Sassy Summer Silver'

$9.29

Common Name: Yarrow This new series of yarrow is not like the old Garden yarrow in grandma's garden. The stems on the Sassy series are a bit taller but very sturdy and make a great show in the garden. Plants are more clump forming then older yarrow's.    Bright yellow flowers contrast beautiful with intense silvery foliage; leaves are broader than typical. Compared to 'Sassy Summer Lemon', this is more of a golden yellow flower and more silver leaves. The root clump of these are large. We plant these into 2-gallon pots for mid summer sales.  Photos courtesy of Walters...

Achillea 'Sassy Summer Sunset'

$9.29

Common Name: Yarrow This new series of yarrow is not like the old Garden yarrow in your grandma's garden. The stems on the Sassy series are a bit taller but very sturdy and make a great show in the garden. Plants are more clump forming then older yarrow's. Large flower heads of dark orange-red with yellow eyes mature to an orange-terracotta. The foliage of Sassy Summer Sunset is a grey-green creating a great contrast in any setting.  A taller variety matching 'Sassy Summer Sangria' in height. The root clump of these are large. We plant these into 2 gallon pots...

Achillea × lewisii 'King Edward'

$4.99

Common Name: Yarrow This variety of yarrow is not like the taller types, 'King Edward' is a dwarf variety of yarrow. Use this variety along walkways and n the front of the border. Low carpet forming perennial with fragrant olive-green foliage, spreading to around one foot wide. Spring time brings butter-yellow flowers on short stems which rise 6 inches or so above the dense mat of foliage. Sheer spent blooms to encourage a new flush of blooms.  Size: 3.5" Potted Plant Height: 6.0"-12.0" Spread: 8.0"-12.0" Hardy Zones: 4,5,6,7,8 Light requirement: Full sun Soil Requirments: Tolerant of many soil types Attributes: Attracts butterflies, Attracts bees, Deer...

Adiantum venustum

$8.49

Common Name: Himalayan maidenhair fern  This species of maidenhair fern has a delicate appearance, with black stems holding very small leaves of soft green. It forms a low, slow-spreading patch that is in no way invasive. Excellent foliage for cut flower arrangements. A beautiful edging or groundcover plant. Also great in pots. This takes a couple of years to settle in, appreciating a rich soil that stays evenly moist. Not a good choice for dry shade under thirsty types of trees. Semi-evergreen in mild winter regions. Size: 2.5" Potted Plant Height: <1.0’ Spread: 1.0-2.0’ Frond Description: Semi-evergreen in regions with mild winter conditions. The foliage emerges...

Agastache ‘Crazy Fortune’

$8.49

Common Name:  Anise Hyssop  Big violet-blue flowers stand upright on top of variegated green leaves with white edges. Foliage has fragrant, licorice scent. Long lasting flowers will bloom from early summer through fall. Loved by bees and butterflies! Size: 3.0” Potted young plant Height: 24.0"-28.0" Spread: 12.0"-16.0" Flower Description:  Light Requirement: Full Sun to Partial Shade.  Soil Type: Plants prefer moist, slightly acidic, well-drained soil, but can also tolerate drier soil.  Hardiness Zones:5,6,7,8,9,10  Attributes: Deer Resistant, Showy Flower, Cut Flower, Attracts Hummingbirds, Drought Tolerant, Long Bloom Care: Easy Care, 

Agave 'Blue Glow'

$7.49

Common Name:  Agave 'Shaka Zulu', Mexican Hens & Chicks Agave 'Blue Glow' has slow growth, and doesn't need to be watered much, making it a very low maintenance houseplant. Fesh;y blue leaves with red and yellow stripe along the edges of the leaf make this a very attractive plant.  Agave plants will be happy on a sunny windowsill or on a patio during the hot summer weather. It can be displayed alone, or even better, as part of a cacti and succulent collection.  This plant is a slower grower and is kept in containers and brought inside for the winter months....

Agave parryi ssp. truncata

$8.99

Common Name: Mexican Hens & Chicks This species is often described as the most beautiful of all Agaves. The beauty and grace of this formal looking Agave is undeniable.  Its wide, rounded, blue-grey leaves form a perfectly symmetrical, rounded rosette just about as wide as it is tall.  Each leaf ends in a dark, pointed, terminal spike.   This plant can be planted in the ground for the summer as an annual, or kept in containers and brought inside for the winter months. Size: 3.5in Potted Plant, young plant  Height: 18" Spread: 18" Hardy Zones: 8,9,10,11 Light requirement: Full sun Attributes: Attractive foliage

Agave xylonacantha 'Frostbite'

$10.49

Common Name: Common Name: Agave, Century Plant    'Frostbite'  is a rare and exciting selection with incredible variegation and prominent, hooked spines lining the scalloped leaves.  Rigid and thick lanceolate leaves are very long and narrow. The glaucous to dark green center is lined with a creamy yellow to crisp white margin that contrasts superbly with the dark orangey black marginal spines and sharp terminal spine.   This plant slowly forms a low, broadly spreading, symmetrical, solitary rosette.  Simply incredible!    This plant can be planted in the ground for the summer as an annual, or kept in containers and brought inside...

Akebia Quinata

$15.99

Common name: Chocolate vine, five-leaf chocolate vine, or five-leaf akebia  Small chocolate-purple flowers bloom on twining deciduous steams in late spring.  Flowers are often hidden by the foliage, but are quite interesting on close inspection and have a pleasant fragrance. Flowers give way to sausage-shaped, violet fruit pods (to 4” long) which split open in fall to reveal small black seeds imbedded in a whitish pulp. The whitish pulp is edible.    Size: 2.5" Potted Plant  Height: 20.0'-40.0' Spread: 6.0'-9.0' Hardiness Zones: 5,6,7,9,10 Sunlight: Full Sun or Part Shade, will tolerate heavy shade Attributes: Attracts Butterflies, Fragrant, edible fruits Deer Resistant

Allium 'Blue Eddy'

$9.99

Common Name: Ornamental Onion 'Blue Eddy' has attractive, pinwheel-like rosettes of blue-grey to grey-green foliage which resemble “small swirling eddies of water”.  It forms a very compact clump of strongly swirling leaves which range a bit in color depending on the season and sunlight. From late summer into early fall, 1½" rounded clusters of light lilac pink flowers stand atop leafless stems like lollipops. Be sure to plant them where they won't be hidden under larger plants. Butterflies and honeybees adore the flowers' sweet nectar but deer and rabbits steer clear of this perennial.  Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc....

Allium 'Hair' 10 Bulb

$5.99

Common name: Persian Onion, Ornamental onion  Hair is an unusual allium that has bright green hairy shooting from the umble rather than the normal star-shaped flowers typical of alliums. With a vase life of 2+weeks no wonder why this one is loved by florist. Blooms late in spring, just as summer is arriving. Pollinators love Allium. Plant in groups for the best display. Full sun is best, will tolerate light shade. Well drained soil is best for bulbs.  Bulbs require well drained soil. Will not perform well if soil holds to much water. Add sand or grit to the bottom of the...

Allium 'Lavender Bubbles'

$9.49

Common Name: Ornamental Onion  When all other summer Alliums have finished for the season 'Lavender Bubbles' comes into its prime. This late-flowering Allium will finish out your late summer garden with dark, dusty purple globes produced above attractive glaucous blue-green foliage. The leaf blades of this variety twist and curl to provide additional interest  Compared to the popular 'Millenium', 'Lavender Bubbles' blooms later and is a darker shade of purple. Butterflies and honeybees adore the flowers' sweet nectar but deer and rabbits steer clear of this perennial.  Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc. Size: #1 Bare Root Clump  Height: 12.0-14.0" Spread: 20.0"-22.0" Zone: 5,6,7,8 Light requirements: Full...

Allium 'Millenium'

$8.49

Common Name: Ornamental Onion  Millenium forms a compact, upright clump of glossy green, thick and strappy leaves which emit a slight smell of onion when crushed.  In late summer, a profusion of large 2”, bright rosy purple, tightly rounded clusters of flowers appear on strong stems just above the attractive foliage. Butterflies and honeybees adore the flowers' sweet nectar but deer and rabbits steer clear of this perennial.  Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc. Size: #1 Bare Root Clump  Height: 15-20" Spread: 10-15" Zone: 4,5,6,7,8 Light requirements: Full sun - Part Shade Attributes: Attracts Butterflies & Bee Friendly Deer Resistant  

Alocasia odora (Upright Elepahnt Ear)

$22.99

Common Name: Giant Elephant Ear Alocasia odora is one of the easier varieties of Elephant ears to grow. The huge tropical leaves will make any backyard, patio feels like the tropics. These plants do very well in containers. They love to be kept moist and regularly fertilized. Leaves are lustrous, brilliant green, paddle-shaped leaves are borne on strong stems. Large, they can reach 2 ft. The overall height of the plant can be 4ft.   Elephant ears make a great focal point to any garden, patio, or container planting. They do an awesome job at creating that WOW factor from across the...

Aloe jucunda

$6.99

Common name: Aloe Aloe jucunda is a miniature aloe with small flat rosettes and the bright green leaves have small teeth along their edges with the characteristic white spots found in many aloes. Its flowers are pink and open in springtime, but if the correct conditions are present potted plants can be floriferous throughout the year. This species clusters freely to form dense groups and the individual heads can be used to start new plants. Size: 2.5” Potted Plant Height: up to 14.0”  Spread: up to 3.0” Flower Description: Rosettes are small (up to 2.0-3.0” in diameter) with up to 12 leaves. Leaves are densely rosulate, ovate accuminate,...

Aloe mitriformis

$6.99

Common name: Mitre Aloe, Aloe perfoliata Hardy clustering succulent forming groups of rosettes in small colonies. Plants sprawl along the ground with ends ascending and leafy. Aloe mitriformis is very variable and it is difficult to single out specific characteristics that distinguish it from other creeping aloes. Size: 2.5” Potted Plant Height: 1.0’ Spread: up to 6.5’ Flower Description: Leaves are short, broad, fleshy and bluish-green in colour. These are arranged in rosettes, which may spread erectly or curve inward. Most leaves are without spots or lines but the leaf margins are armed with harmless, small white teeth, which turn yellow to dark...

Alstroemeria Inca ‘Lucky’

$11.99

Common name: Peruvian Lily ‘Lucky’,  Princess Lily, ‘Koncalucky’ You will undoubtedly feel the luck when you grow this uniquely sensational Alstroemeria! Lavish, exotic foliage in emerald green creates a generous mound where stems are topped with creamy, white flowers. The tropical-looking blooms exhibit pink throats, dark speckles, and remarkable brushed-green tips. Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian Lilies or Princess Lilies, are petite plants with lush foliage that produce a wealth of vivid blooms from late spring to early autumn. Not only are these blooms festooned with contrasting shades and endearing whiskers, but they have a sensational vase life of up to...

Alstroemeria Inca ‘Husky’

$11.99

Common name: Peruvian Lily ‘Husky’, Princess Lily, ‘Koncahusky’ Lavish sunset-toned blooms perched upon a mound of lance-shaped green leaves characterize this dwarf Alstroemeria, which was intentionally bred to be short and compact with large flowers. The velvety peach, apricot, and lemon tones make these blooms appear every bit as decadent as they sound. This mound-forming, tuberous perennial is perfect for borders, small gardens and is excellent in containers! Deadhead spent flowers as needed or bring flowers inside to take advantage of their long vase life as cut flowers.  Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian Lilies or Princess Lilies, are petite plants with lush foliage that produce a wealth of...

Alstroemeria Inca ‘Lolly’

$11.99

Common name: Peruvian Lily ‘Lolly’,  Princess Lily, ‘Koncalolly’ Gorgeous pink flowers cover the plants from Spring until Fall! The vibrant, blushing blooms are settled within lance-shaped leaves and feature distinct black whiskers and a white brush stroke. This hot pink princess is tougher than you think! Mound-forming and tuberous, this perennial is perfect for borders, small gardens and is excellent in containers! Grow in a partial sunny spot and deadhead spent flowers as needed or bring flowers inside to take advantage of their long vase life as cut flowers. Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian Lilies or Princess Lilies, are petite plants with lush foliage that produce a wealth of vivid blooms from late...

Alstroemeria Inca ‘Replay’

$11.99

Common name: Peruvian Lily ‘Replay’,  Princess Lily Stunning, large pink flowers with speckled yellow centres. Tough, compact garden plant that flowers from spring through to autumn. Flowers are excellent as cuts for arrangements.  Mound-forming and tuberous, this perennial is perfect for borders, small gardens and is excellent in containers! Grow in a partial sunny spot and deadhead spent flowers as needed or bring flowers inside to take advantage of their long vase life as cut flowers. Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian Lilies or Princess Lilies, are petite plants with lush foliage that produce a wealth of vivid blooms from late spring to early autumn. Not only are these blooms festooned with contrasting shades and endearing whiskers,...

Alstroemeria Inticancha Indigo

$11.99

Common name: Peruvian Lily ‘Lucky’,  Princess Lily, ‘Koncalucky’ You will undoubtedly feel the luck when you grow Inticancha Indigo. Being a compact plantakes this a gery desirable plant for the garden or the patio.  Lavish, exotic foliage in emerald green creates a generous mound where stems are topped with vibrant purple flowers that have white throats.  Alstroemeria, also known as Peruvian Lilies or Princess Lilies, are petite plants with lush foliage that produce a wealth of vivid blooms from late spring to early autumn. Not only are these blooms festooned with contrasting shades and endearing whiskers, but they have a sensational vase life...

Alstroemeria ‘Indian Summer’

$11.99

Common name: Indian Summer Peruvian Lily Of all the luxuries in life, growing your own cut flowers is among the most rewarding. Peruvian lilies are excellent for this purpose, not only because they last so well in arrangements, but also because they are so easy to grow—requiring little more than good drainage and bright sunshine to thrive. ‘Indian Summer’ is a particularly good cultivar to try because its compact habit makes staking a thing of the past—the stems are sturdy and straight and the flowers profuse. Funnel-shaped flowers in warm hues of rose red and yellow, flecked with cinnamon tops, open above...

Anemone 'de Caen Bordeau' 5 Bulbs

$8.49

Common name: Windflower  Anemones make wonderful container and border plants. Be sure to soak the corms overnight in water before planing. These wonder poppy-like blooms are a popular cut flower. Plant in groups for the best display. Full sun is best, will tolerate light shade. Well drained soil is best for bulbs.  Bulbs require well drained soil. Will not perform well if soil holds to much water. Add sand or grit to the bottom of the hole to improve drainage.  Sold as: 5 Bulbs Size: 4-5+ cm Bloom time: late spring Hardy Zones: 5-9 Height: 16" Planting depth: 3" Spacing: 4" Light requirement: Full sun-Part Shade Attributes: Deer resistant  Cut...

Anemone 'Honorine Jobert'

$6.49

Common Name: Japanese Anemone Anemones are one of the best perennials for adding late season interest in the garden, as it blooms prolifically from late summer through early fall, even until frost in some climates.  ‘Honorine Jobert’ produces single, 2-3” wide, pure white flowers with a cluster of bright yellow stamens in the center of each blossom.  They are produced atop tall, wiry stems above an attractive clump of dark green foliage.  It is a real standout in partial shade where it is happiest.  A staple item for late summer and fall borders, Japanese Anenomes are graceful plants with beautiful,...

Anemone 'Robustissima’

$7.99

Common Name: Japanese Anemone, Windflower ‘Robustissima’, Anemone tomentosa ‘Robustissima’, Grape leaf anemone, Tormentosa Robustissima The highly robust Anemone tomentosa ‘Robustissima’ is the most hardy and vigorous variety of this species and is the earliest of the fall-blooming anemones to produce flowers each year. Robustissima will reliably be covered in clusters of attractive pink, single flowers with vivid yellow centres early in the transition to late summer. With a dynamic, spreading habit and reliable late-summer display, the Tomentosa Robustissima is well suited for borders and as a tall ground cover.  Anemones are one of the best perennials for adding late season interest in...

Anemone 'September Charm’

$7.49

Common Name: Japanese Anemone, Windflower ‘September Charm’, Anemone hupensis var. japonica ‘September Charm’, Anemone x hybrida ‘September Charm’ ’September Charm’ is a vigorous, award-winning perennial that has a name that will not disappoint! Massive blooms of large, slightly cup-shaped rose-pink flowers with hints of silver will remain steady in late summer and through fall. Plant them in the back border of your garden for spectacular colour in the autumn background.  Anemones are one of the best perennials for adding late season interest in the garden, as it blooms prolifically from late summer through early fall, even until frost in some climates. ...

Anemone FALL IN LOVE™ 'Sweetly'

$8.99

Common Name: Japanese Anemone You'll love how this perennial will extend the seasonal interest of your garden. When other plants in your garden are fading, FALL IN LOVE™ 'Sweetly' is just getting started, producing rich, rose pink flowers in early fall. Semi-double flowers are produced above a large mound of dark green foliage. Spreads slowly through rhizomes. Plant with other fall bloomers and grasses. Proven Winners Variety. Photos courtesy of Walters Gardens Inc. Size: 3.5in Starter Plant Height: 20-26" Spread: 24-30" Sunlight: Full Sun or Part Shade Hardy zones: 4,5,6,7,8 Attracts: Butterflies  Deer resistant 

Anemone sylvestris

$4.99

Common Name: Snowdrop Windflower Delicate nodding white flowers appear in late spring and early summer, over a low mound of ferny foliage. Plants will forms a dense patch, suitable for a groundcover. Makes a useful over-planting for Narcissus or tulips, the Anemone leaves helping to disguise the bulb foliage in summer. Both the flowers as well as the fluffy seed-heads are useful for cutting. Allow this spreader plenty of room, or plan to edge each spring to keep the patch to a reasonable size.   Anemones are one of the best perennials for adding late season interest in the garden, as it...

Aquilegia ‘Earlybird(™) Purple Yellow’

$5.99

Common Name: Columbine Earlybird ‘Purple Yellow’ Cheerful two-toned flowers are purple with yellow centers. Spring blooms occur on short stems just above the low mounding foliage. Aquilegia (Columbine) form attractive clumps of delicate foliage with sprays of colourful, nodding flowers that grow best in partial shade. The common name, columbine, means dove-like, and the flower was often depicted in medieval paintings to represent the dove of peace. Columbines are not particularly long-lived, especially if kept too wet. Blooms late spring to early summer. Size: 2.5” potted plant  Height: 9.0-11.0” Spread: 8.0-10.0” Flower Description: Beautiful purple and yellow blooms atop short stems. Fern-like foliage....

Arisaema 'Triphyllum'

$6.99

Common name: Jack In The Pulpit   Commonly called Jack-in-the-pulpit, is a spring woodland wildflower usually growing 1- 2' tall. Flowering plants initially produce only male flowers but become hermaphroditic as they further age (male flowers on the upper part of spadix and female on lower part). Most plants in a colony will vanish by mid-summer (become dormant), but the mature, hermaphroditic flowering plant will produce a cluster of red berries in mid to late summer which becomes visible as the spathe withers. Roots contain calcium oxalate (same chemical as in Diffenbachia or dumb cane) and are poisonous.   Size: #1 Bulb/Corm Height: 18.0"-24.0" Spread: 12.0"-18.0"...

Artemisia stelleriana ‘Silver Brocade’

$5.49

Common Name: Silver Brocade artemisia, Boughton Silver This is a low, compact selection, similar in appearance to Dusty Miller, but perfectly hardy. Plants form a spreading mat of bright silvery-white scalloped leaves. Terrific for edging, groundcover, or in mixed containers, even hanging baskets. Clip back hard in mid-summer, when stems begin to grow upright, in order to maintain a low mat-like effect. White flowers are fairly insignificant but are fragrant and bloom early-midsummer. Size: 3.5" Potted Plant Height: 6.0-12.0” Spread: 23.0-29.0” Flower Description:  Light Requirement: Full Sun. Soil Type: Hardiness Zones: 4,5,6,7,8,9,10 Attributes: Deer Resistant, Compact, Foliage Interest, Showy Foliage, Cut Foliage, Cut Flower,...

Aruncus 'Fairy Hair'

$10.99

 Common Name:  Dwarf Goats Beard   This new Goatsbeard is the perfect size for smaller spaces. 'Fairy Hair' produces sprays of creamy, triangular flower plumes that age to a darker color. Its foliage adds a whimsical touch to the garden with its needle-like, medium green leaves. Goatsbeard is similar in appearance to Astilbe in the garden, but it is more drought tolerant. Though Aruncus tends to be a slow-grower the first couple of seasons, once it is established it puts on a fabulous show year after year. Make sure it has plenty of room to grow when you first plant...

Aruncus dioicus 'Kneiffii'

$8.29

 Common Name:  Dwarf Goats Beard  This selection of Goat’s Beard is ideal for the smaller garden, where the usual giant form would be too large. Plants form a medium-sized mound of finely-cut green leaves, similar to a Japanese Maple. Creamy-white plumes of flowers appear in early summer, which are useful for cutting and even drying. Nice in the border or in tubs, and especially at home beside a stream or pond. Removing faded flowers will tidy plants up for the rest of the season. ‘Kneiffii’ is not an easy to find selection, and deserves to be seen more in gardens....

Asclepias 'tuberosa'

$7.99

Common name: Milkweed, Butterfly weed  A virtually hassle-free, very long lived perennial, offering three months of tangerine orange blooms (occasionally red or yellow) from early through late summer. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, Monarch butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. Gather bouquets of Asclepias all summer long; the long stems are wonderful for cutting and are long-lasting. Sear the ends of the cut stems over a flame to stop the milky sap from leaking out.Following...

Asclepias incarnata 'Cinderella'

$4.99

 Common Name: Swamp Milkweed  A  hassle-free perennial, offering months of vanilla scented, crisp flowers in large, compact clusters from midsummer to early fall. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. Monarch butterflies use this plant as a source of food and a place to play eggs.  Gather bouquets of Asclepias all summer long; the long stems are wonderful for cutting and are long-lasting. Sear the ends of the cut stems over...

Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'

$4.49

 Common Name: Swamp Milkweed  A  hassle-free perennial, offering months of vanilla scented, crisp flowers in large, compact clusters from midsummer to early fall. Deadheading the flowers will stimulate another bloom cycle about a month after the first one. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects. Monarch butterflies use this plant as a source of food and a place to play eggs.  Gather bouquets of Asclepias all summer long; the long stems are wonderful for cutting and are long-lasting. Sear the ends of the cut stems over...

Astilbe 'Amber Moon' PP26028

$12.99

Common Name: False Spirea, Hybrid Astilbe The foliage of Amber Moon emerges bright chartreuse yellow in spring with a tinge of red pigment in the newest leaves.  It provides a bright spot of color and lacy texture to the shade garden in spring and then greens up a bit by late summer. Very tall, strong, blush red stems carry rose pink flower panicles in midsummer.  ‘Amber Moon’ displays good heat tolerance and a robust habit like Chinese Astilbe. It is best grown in partial to full shade because of its light colored foliage. A great accent for moist areas, such as around...

Astilbe 'August Light'

$8.99

 Common Name: False Spirea One of the latest red Astilbes to bloom beginning in midsummer. Long, scarlet red, feathery plumes dance above the bushy clump of dissected, green foliage which emerges deep red in spring. Excellent cut flower. Arendsii group. Seed heads may be removed, or left on the plant for winter interest. Will tolerate full sun, in cool summer regions where the soil is consistently moist. A member of Astilbe x arendsii (Hybrid Astilbe/False Spirea). A group of hybrids developed by famed German nurseryman George Arends.  Size: 4/5 eye root clump Sun Exposure: Full sun - Full Shade  Height: 38" Spread: 15"-24" Hardy: 4,5,6,7,8 Attributes: Attracts bees Deer resistant

Astrantia major ‘Abbey Road’

$9.99

Common Name: Masterwort ‘Abbey Road’, Great Masterwort ‘Abbey Road’ pp14961 A flirty collar of red and cream-toned bracts surrounds the pincushion-like, dark wine-red florets. Astrantia ‘Abbey Road’ is prized for fresh or dried floral arrangements. Picking flowers results in even more blooms that will last all summer long. For added interest, bracts remain attractive even after the flowers fade. Astrantia is a wonderful woodland plant prefering moist, shady areas rich in organic matter. Excellent for the shady perennial border or for naturalizing along a stream. Plants bloom early to late summer on tall stems and they are excellent cut flowers. Size: Bare...

This collection highlights all of the plants we carry that are considered Deer resistant.  Each plant will have a varying degree of resistance to Deer,  this will also vary by location and available food sources in nature at the time.

 

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