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Abelia schumanii 'Saxon Gold'
New growth emerges bright gold and matures to a shiny bright green by summer. Use as an accent, specimen or foundation shrub.
Aster lateriflorus 'Prince'
Deep purple leaves are topped by tiny white daisies with sparkling raspberry ex in late summer to fall. Excellent for late season color in the perennial garden. A Great Plant Pick for the Pacific Northwest.
Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Dark Knight'
Compact and showy deciduous shrub with profuse clusters of the deepest blue flowers from late summer to fall. Root Hardy to Zone5, top growth hardy to Zone7. Prune back hard in the spring. A "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest!
Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'
Very showy, golden-yellow, star-shaped flowers bloom on and off, summer to frost, with very little attention. An excellent addition to the perennial border. A "Great Plant Pick" for the Pacific Northwest.
Echinacea purpurea 'Green Envy'
Light green petals blend to light pink at their base, contrasting with the dark green cone. With age, blooms become more pink, in some cases totally pink, and the cone changes to burgundy. Best in part shade.
Aster divaricatus Eastern Star
In fall, numerous small flowers have white single petals with yellow centers that fade to subtle burgundy, rose-pink. At home in that most difficult of gardens, dry shade!
Echinacea purpurea 'Green Jewel'
This unique and fragrant coneflower sports long 4" light green petals that surround a large deeper green cone. Blooms do not fade with age, making this one a real jewel for any garden! Blooms summer to fall.
Dianthus 'Witch Doctor'
Easy to grow sun-lover with a tight mounding habit. Brilliant raspberry pink flowers have a bewitching clove scent. Bloom from spring to frost.
Even though it's a dwarf, this coneflower has exceptionally large, soft banana yellow blooms that last from summer through fall. Compact. Ideal for containers. Fragrant and easy to grow!
Perovskia atripiciolia 'Crazy Blue'
Crazy Blue' exhibits great mauve-blue bloom color! It also has a unique entertwining stem habit making it sturdier and less likely to splay out in wind or rain. The compact growth makes it perfect for containers or in front in the border!
Phlox Running with Scissors*
Chicago Botanic Garden intro shows excellent hybrid vigor and durability! The large (1"!) violet flowers sport an unusual shape- blunt, like Safety Scissors! Great as a groundcover or in the rock garden; best pruned lightly after flowering