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12 inch Ivy Plant Heart on Stem

12 inch Height Live Topiary Plant Heart on Stem for all occasions.

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210G, Ivy Live Topiary Trees

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314G Medium Teardrop and Purple-Accent Ivy Topiary Plant

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Abelia Edward Goucher

Abelia 'Edward Goucher' is a remarkable cross that has semi-evergreen foliage on long cascading stems. Young stems are reddish and young leaves are coppery in appearance. Both features enhance the softly colored flowers which are lilac-pink in the interior and exterior of the tube but white on their lobes. A Great Plant Picks selection.

Acaena inermis

Acaena inermis is a rhizomatous ground cover with tiny olive foliage. Forms attractive burr-like, brown-red fruits.

Early summer.  2.5 in. x indefinite. 

Greenish flowers 

Acaena inermis Purpurea

New Zealand. This attractive groundcover is distinguished by its small, rounded, purple leaves which are shown to their best advantage when contrasted with golden leafed perennials and groundcovers. They also are noteworthy when their color is echoed in nearby shrubs. Species inermis has soft round fruits that do not cling like those of other species and so this is a good choce of Aceana to put near paths or other well-traveled sites. Give this good drainage and good sunlight and it will flourish. We have found that it is somewhat drought tolerant.

Spring to midsummer.   

White flowers

Achillea Summerwine

Not many yarrows can rival Achillea 'Summerwine' for intensity of color. The dark red flower heads have tiny, pale central disk florets. This continues to send up bloom spikes with 3-inch corymbs throughout the summer.

Mid- to late summer.  2 ft. x 2 ft. 

Dark Red flowers

Achillea Terra Cotta

We combine Achillea 'Terra Cotta' with Nepeta 'Souvenir de André Chaudron' and Caryopteris 'Worcester Gold' for a spectacular effect in our 4 Seasons Garden. It is tough, easy to divide, and drought tolerant.

Late spring to summer.  2 ft. x 1 ft. 

Adobe Fading to White flowers

Achillea tomentosa

Achillea tomentosa is a dense mat-former for the rock garden or front of a border. Woolly gray green foliage topped with dense, flattened flower heads of golden yellow.

June, July.  8 in. x 12 in. 

Golden Yellow flowers

Acorus gramineus Pusillus Minimus

Acorus gramineus 'Pusillus Minimus' is a diminutive tufted perennial that is ideal for planting at the edges of paths or around stepping stones. The evergreen leaves are always attractive.

Spring.  6 in. x 6 in. 

Inconspicuous flowers

Actaea Black Negligee

Actaea (Cimicifuga) 'Black Negligee' (O'Byrne) has purple black, well-divided foliage which rise on dark stems. By midsummer, the plant comes into its full beauty as terminal clusters of fragrant white flowers open drawing butterflies into the garden. A Great Plant Picks Selection.

Midsummer.  48 in. x 24 in. 

White flowers

Adiantum venustum

We grow Adiantum venustum, a lovely creeping fern, as a ground cover in the shady border along our drive. The delicate fronds rise on black stalks, their tiny fan-shaped segments giving the fern an airy quality. It stays somewhat evergreen for us but would be deciduous in colder climates. A Great Plant Picks selection.

  6 in. x indeterminate

Agastache Golden Jubilee

Agastache 'Golden Jubilee' is a great addition to the summer border with its golden foliage and complementary blue flowers. The foliage has the same delicious scent as the species Agastache foeniculum. Very useful in attracting bees and butterflies to the garden.

July to frost.  30 in. x 12 in. 

Medium Blue flowers 

Agave parryi var and truncata Gentry

Agave parryi var. truncata Gentry are tissue cultured clones of a form collected by H.S. Gentry in Durango, Mexico, in 1951 and grown at the Huntington Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA. The parent plant has broad blue gray leaves with purple black spines at their tips. Orange buds open to reveal yellow flowers. Agave can be sensitive to winter wet, however, they make fine container plants which can be protected from winter rains or excessive cold. We have grown a form of Agave parryi in a hot gravel bed for more than 10 years and it has never suffered.

Summer.  2-3 ft. x 2-3 ft. 

Yellow flowers

Ajuga pyramidalis Metallica Crispa

Ajuga pyramidalis 'Metallica Crispa' is an excellent groundcover for moist, part shade areas. The tight, crisp-leafed rosettes have very dark crinkled purple foliage which shows off the cobalt blue flowers.

Spring to summer.  6 in. x 12 in. 

Blue flowers

Ajuga reptans Catlin's Giant

Ajuga reptans 'Catlin's Giant' has exceptionally large bronze-purple, crinkled foliage which contrasts pleasingly with the 8-inch, dark blue flower spikes.

Spring.  6 in. x indefinite. 

Blue flowers

Alchemilla alpina

Alchemilla alpina has fan-folded leaves that open a soft apple green. The spring rain beads like mercury in their finely haired surfaces. Billows of small chartreuse flowers remain attractive throughout summer. A compact perennial.

Spring.  5 in. x 20 in. 

Chartreuse flowers

Anemone hybrida Kriemhilde

Anemone x hybrida ''Kriemhilde' bears semi-double, pale purple pink flowers with dark reverses.

Late summer to fall.  3 ft. x 2.5 ft. 

Pale Purple Pink flowers

Anemone nemorosa Robinsoniana

For those who do not like white in the garden, Anemone nemerosa 'Robinsoniana' is a blue flowered selection which is a pleasing choice for a woodland or meadow garden. This is rhizomatous and naturalizes readily going dormant after bloom. The foliage is well-divided and frilly. The flowers are single and lavender blue.

Spring.  3-6 in. x 12 in. 

Lavender Blue flowers

Anemone rupicola

Anemone rupicola grows at fairly high altitudes from Afghanistan through the Himalaya region into SW China. The plant's fibrous root system spreads underground to form a colony which helps it hold its own in its native rocky meadows. Its leaves are three-lobed with sharply toothed segments. The basal leaves have stems but leaves below the flowers are essentially stemless. The showy, 2-3 inch wide flowers have five sepals that are flushed pink or violet on their reverse sides.

June to August.  6 in. x Spreading 

White flowers


Anemone sylvestris is a lovely spring ephemeral, emerging from fibrous roots in spring. The solitary large white flowers have golden centers. Spring.  12 in. x 12 in with White flowers

Anemonella thalictroides

Eastern North America. Although not showy, this perennial is treasured for its ephemeral flower show during the transition into spring. The fern-like foliage of blue-green emerges from the woodland floor early in the season. Soon, cup-shaped flowers, less than an inch wide, appear in loose umbels of two to four. Over time, the tuberous roots of Anemonella thalictroides can form small colonies of delicate foliage that begins to go dormant at the end of summer or early fall.

Spring to early summer.  4 in. 

White to Pale Pink flowers

Aquilegia Ruby Port

Aquilegia 'Ruby Port' bears double flowers of rich dark red. A stunning older variety recently reintroduced in commerce. The hummingbirds will approve if you add this plant to your garden.

Spring to early summer.  28 in. x 20 in. 

Wine Red flowers 

Arctostaphylos hookeri Monterey Carpet

This attractive evergreen carpeting manzanita has rounded, glossy leaves and red purple bark. Clusters of small pink infused bell-shaped flowers give way to shiny scarlet fruits in the summer. Because of its low spreading habit, Arctostaphylos h. `Monterey Carpet' is useful in a rock garden or draping over a wall. Needs well-draining soil.

Spring.  8 in. x 3 ft. 

Pinkish White flowers

Arctostaphylos Martha Ewan

Introduced by Xera Plants, this shrubby manzanita is a natural hybrid found near the town of Manzanita on the Oregon Coast. This is new to our garden but we already admire the leathery gray green foliage and its dense and compact habit. The flowers are white with a pink blush. In summer, they are followed by surprisingly large red berries. This midsized evergreen shrub is attractive as a specimen or en masse and, because of its width, can even be used effectively as a woody ground cover. Arctostaphylos `Martha Ewan' can be grown in light or partial shade as well.

Early spring.  30 in. x 5 ft. 

White/Pink flowers

Arisarum proboscideum

Arisarum proboscideum has curious, hooded purple-brown flowers that rise out of large arrowhead shaped, dark green leaves. This is mostly dormant by the time the heat of late summer arrives but it is a lovely addition to the spring woodland garden. Children love it. A Great Plant Picks selection.

Spring.  6-7 in. x 10 in. or more 

Brown Purple flowers

Armeria juniperifolia Bevan's

Armeria juniperifolia 'Bevan's' is always in bloom when we reopen the nursery in March and still producing random bloom when we close in November, these tufted evergreen perennials are incredibly useful for rock gardens, troughs and border fronts. This form has rose-pink flower heads on very dwarf stems.

Late spring into early summer.  2 in. x 6 in. 

Deep Rose flowers

Armeria latifolia Bees' Ruby

We are amazed to find Armeria latifolia 'Bees' Ruby' in bloom in December. The long-stemmed, large flowers are suitable for cut flower use. Grass-like foliage is evergreen.

June to August (and longer).  12-15 in. x 8 in. 

Red Pink flowers

Armeria maritima Alba

Armeria maritima 'Alba' is a small clump-forming perennial with linear evergreen foliage. Numerous small cluster-headed flowers bloom on stiff stems early in the season and carry on to summer and sometimes later. This is always one of the earliest and most reliable bloomers.

Spring to summer.  8 in. x 12 in. 

White flowers

Armeria maritima Rubrifolia

The narrow needle-like foliage of Armeria maritima 'Rubrifolia' is blue green with a purple cast turning very dark red in the fall and winter. For us the compound flower heads continue to bloom well into the winter.

Spring to summer.  6-8 in. x 8 in. 

Rich Rose flowers

Artemisia frigida

No matter which common name you use - Fringed sage or Silky wormwood - you know Artemisia frigida has a feathery, fine-leaved appearance. Yet another common name, Prairie sagewort, tells us it is a prairie plant and indeed very cold-hardy and drought-tolerant. We grow it for its wooly, gray, aromatic foliage. This would make a beautiful groundcover for cold, dry regions.

August.  .5 to 1.5 ft. x 1 to 1.5 ft. 

Yellow Brown flowers

Asarum europaeum

The rounded glossy leaves of Asarum europaeum make it an ideal groundcover for a woodland setting. The evergreen foliage conceals the odd, bell-shaped flowers. A Great Plant Picks selection.

Late spring.  3 in. x 12 in. 

Greenish Purple flowers

Asclepias syriaca

Asclepias syriaca bears an unusual blend of greenish purple and pink flowers which are striking in our dry border garden. The large curved and spiny horn-like fruits are unforgettable in floral arrangements.

Summer.  6 ft. x 2 ft. 

Purple Pink flowers 

Asphodelus albus

When Asphodelus albus with its five-foot spikes come into bloom in our Four Seasons Garden, they cause quite a stir. Numerous branched spikes, literally covered in large, starry white flowers, rise out of a basal clump of broad, flattened foliage. The leaves are blue green and about two-and-a half feet long.

Spring.  3-5 ft. x 2-3 ft. 

White flowers

Asplenium ebenoides

Asplenium x ebenoides is a natural intergeneric cross found on limestone sites in the eastern part of the US. Its common name "dragon tail fern" well describes the irregular shape and carriage of the evergreen blades. Its specific name refers to the dark color of the stipe (the stem part of the frond).

  8 in. x 8 in.

Aster Lilac Blue Admiral

Asters are one of the backbones of the late summer garden. Their daisy flowers are an essential in fall cut-flower arrangements. Aster 'Lilac Blue Admiral' has medium blue flowers.

August to September.  3.5 ft. x 3.5 ft. 

Medium Blue flowers

Aster Wood's Pink

Like all of the asters in the Wood's series, this is a reliable, compact bloomer that can tolerate a modest amount of shade and still produce good bloom. The pink ray-flowers are semi-double with yellow centers. They measure about a half-inch across but are so numerous they cover the plant. The glossy dark green leaves are attractive. These late-summer blooming asters are a bridge to the autumn garden.

August to September.  1-1.5 ft. x 1-1.5 ft. 

Pink flowers

Ivy Live Topiary Plant

Item 4462 - 5 inch Ivy Rustica Trellis Fresh Topiary Ivy wrapping around trellis and cascading over sides of the pot make this a favorite amongst many.

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   Zone 1: Below -50 F / below -45.6 C
Zone 2: -50 to 40 F / -45.5 to -40 C
   Zone 3: -40 to -30 F / -39.9 to 34.5 C
    Zone 4: -30 to -20 F / -34.4 to -28.9 C
    Zone 5: -20 to -10 F / -28.8 to -23.4 C
Zone 6: -10 to 0 F / -23.3 to -17.8 C
Zone 7: 0 to 10 F / -17.7 to -12.3 C
Zone 8: 10 to 20 F / -12.2 to -6.7 C
Zone 9: 20 to 30 F / -6.6 to -1.2 C
Zone 10: 30 to 40 F / -1.1 to 4.4 C
Zone 11: Above 40 F / above 4.5 C







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