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Azorella trifurcata 'Nana' (syn. Bolax glebaria 'Nana')
Small, tough, rigid leaves grow tightly together, forming a textured mound. An unusual and wonderful, evergreen spreader, great for spilling around rocks or edging paths.
Bellis perennis 'Pomponette Rose'
Rose-hued, double daisies cover bright green foliage in spring. A colorful accent for rock gardens. Biennial.
Eye-catching blooms of rich sapphire-blue, with lighter centers, grace this stunning Cranesbill over a long season. It has a nice mounding habit, staying attractive all summer. One of the best blues!
Geranium sanguineum 'New Hampshire'
Large, deep magenta flowers bloom over broad green foliage in late spring and summer. Weaves nicely among other low-growing perennials.
Profuse, white, single flowers with violet veins, bloom on low-spreading foliage in spring. An excellent choice for rockery or edging.
Salvia verticillata 'Purple Rain'
Fuzzy leaves provide a backdrop for arching, boysenberry-colored flowers in summer. A "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest!
Silene dioica 'Clifford Moor'
Clumps of dark green leaves are edged with creamy-gold margins. Single pink flowers open late spring through early summer. Good for containers or perennial borders.
Veronica peduncularis 'Georgia Blue'
This low-spreading, evergreen mound is smothered by round blue flowers with white eyes. This repeat bloomer is a "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest!
Agastache 'Summer Glow'
Pale yellow flowers with dark calyces bloom all summer. Has a narrow upright habit with bright green foliage that is drought tolerant. Requires good drainage.
Petunia 'SupertuniaÂ® Vista Silverberry'
Delicate strawberry-red veins radiate from the center of the silvery to light pink blooms! Self cleaning with a vigorous habit makes this Petunia a stand out in any crowd! Fertilize weekly for best performance.
A multitude of small blue and purple flowers held on smokey violet stems dance over the loose fragrant green foliage. Blooming late spring it will bloom again come fall. Bees and hummingbirds love it!
Antirrhinum 'Night and Day'
This Snapdragon has quite a unique color combination of brassy scarlet and white on long upright racemes. A great performer throughout the growing season that is easy enough for both beginner and master gardeners alike.