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Check out these new plants we have added to our 2014  catalog! 

Herbaceous

Herbaceous cont.

Grasses

Achillea millefolium

Monarda bradburiana

Carex brevior

Antennaria neglecta

Oenothera fruiticosa ‘Cold Crick’

Carex emoryii

Chrysopsis mariana

Phlox divaricate ‘Blue Moon’

Carex hystericina

Dicentra eximia

Phlox stolonifera ‘Bruce’s White’

Carex molesta

Eryngium yuccifolium

Rudbeckia subtomentosa

Carex radiata

Liatris aspera

Solidago ohioensis

Carex rosea

Liatris squarrosa

Solidago riddellii

Danthonia spicata

Lobelia cardinalis ‘New Moon Maroon’

 

Schizachyrium scoparium ‘Standing Ovation’ PPAF

We have created several lists of species we carry for various growing conditions. Each of these areas will also have varying degrees of available sunlight. We have created these in an effort to help you choose wisely, the right plant for the right place.  Please check out these plant lists on our Information Page.


 
 
Juncus effusus

Juncus effusus

Common Name: Soft rush

Tight clumping growth habit, prefers saturated soils or shallow water, good for the ornamental water garden. 

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Juncus tenuis

Juncus tenuis

Common Name: Path rush

Thrives on abuse, great for pathways or any compact soil, tolerant of sun, shade, flooding, and drought. 

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Liatris aspera

Liatris aspera

Common Name: Tall, Rough blazing star

Purple flower stalks around 3 feet tall. Tough plant, tolerant of many growing conditions. Excellent choice for any garden. 

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Liatris microcephala

Liatris microcephala

Common Name: Appalachian blazing star

A dwarf blazing star, grass-like leaves, many flowering spikes, needs good drainage. Cute.

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Liatris spicata

Liatris spicata

Common Name: Blazing star

A popular cut flower, with long spikes. Tolerates a variety of conditions, drought tolerant. 

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Liatris squarrosa

Liatris squarrosa

Common Name: Scaly blazing star

One of the earliest Liatris to bloom. Produces an interesting purple bloom and seed head. Suited for rough, rocky conditions. 

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Lobelia cardinalis

Lobelia cardinalis

Common Name: Cardinal flower

Vibrant red flowers, a favorite of hummingbirds, needs a moist site. 

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Lobelia cardinalis 'New Moon Maroon'

Lobelia cardinalis 'New Moon Maroon'

Common Name: Cardinal flower

A new selection from New Moon Nursery! This one has deeper maroon foliage. Hummingbirds love it. 

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Lobelia siphilitica

Lobelia siphilitica

Common Name: Great blue lobelia

This plant prefers wet feet and some shade, blue spikes appear over a stout stem. 

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Lonicera sempervirens

Lonicera sempervirens

Common Name: Trumpet honeysuckle

Tolerates a wide range of conditions, attracts hummingbirds.

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Lonicera sempervirens 'Alabama Crimson'

Lonicera sempervirens 'Alabama Crimson'

Common Name: Trumpet honeysuckle

A strong growing, long blooming, red selection.

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Lonicera sempervirens 'John Clayton'

Lonicera sempervirens 'John Clayton'

Common Name: Trumpet honeysuckle

A selected yellow form with good compact form and repeat bloom.

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Lonicera x heckrottii 'Gold Flame'

Lonicera x heckrottii 'Gold Flame'

Common Name: Trumpet honeysuckle

Rose pink and yellow blooms with blue-green foliage, fragrant. Hummingbirds love it. 

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Luzula acuminata

Luzula acuminata

Common Name: Hairy woodrush

Small but distinct. Attractive, hairy, semi-evergreen foliage, makes an excellent filler plant. Shared with us by our friend Peter Heus, Enchanter's Garden. 

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Lysimachia lanceolata

Lysimachia lanceolata

Common Name: Lace-leaved loostrife

Nodding yellow flowers with small orange centers appear on the upper most portion of a central stem. Attractive to bees. Most often found in moist meadows or open woodlands, it can also tolerate sandy or rocky soil. Shared with us by our frie…

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