Check out these new plants we have added to our 2013 catalog!
Herbaceous Grasses Ferns
Anemone canadense Carex albicans Dryopteris marginalis
Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet' Carex amphibola Matteuccia struthiopteris
Hibiscus connineus Carex laxiculmis
Viola walteri 'Silver Gem'
Purple candelabra blooms on tall stems, self-sows freely.[More Info]
This upland ironweed is a little shorter than New York Ironweed. Will tolerate drier conditions. Ironweeds are a favorite of many pollinators. NAO[More Info]
Common in old fields, wet meadows, brings the butterflies in droves. Great with eupatorium.[More Info]
Tall, white blooms above whorled foliage give this native an elegant look.[More Info]
Cute groundcover with purple or white flowers. New Jersey state flower.[More Info]
A silver selection introduced by Mt. Cuba featuring heart-shaped leaves with silver streaks and purple flowers. Long-blooming and drought tolerant, this gem will form a beautiful, dense carpet.[More Info]
Primarily grown as a groundcover, evergreen. Features five petaled yellow flowers that appear either singly or in clusters. Excellent choice for a transitional area. Tolerant of a wide range of soils. Performs better in northern climates wi…[More Info]
Great early spring color for the naturalized garden, often seen in flood plains and wooded bottom lands.[More Info]