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  • Coreposis

    $4.95
    If you're looking for low maintenance, drought-tolerant, long-blooming and cheerful plants for a flower border or a filler, coreopses are a perfect choice! Native American prairie and woodland plants, their ruggedness and profuse blooms have made them popular with plant breeders. Even so, birds love to snack on the seeds during fall and winter. Bees and butterflies are drawn to them, too. Their daisy-like flower forms upright clumps and have a moderate growth rate. Plant them any time from early spring to fall; most varieties will start blooming in early summer and repeat bloom periodically through fall.
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  • Euphorbia (perennial)

    $4.95$14.50
    Euphorbias are easy to grow perennial plants that are tough and have few problems. Popular for their richly coloured leaves and unusual flowers, euphorbias are an excellent addition to borders, rock gardens, meadows and more!
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  • Heath (Erica)

    $24.25
    A low growing plant, flowering in April and early May as soon as the snow melts. Requires an acidic soil.
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  • Horse Radish

    $8.95
    A member of the mustard family, horseradish (Armoracia rusticana) is a multi-purpose vegetable for the garden. This beautiful leafy plant has long, spiky edible leaves that make a fine addition to fresh salads. Long stems of white flowers bloom in mid-summer to add some extra interest in the garden. But these plants have a thick, fleshy taproot system that’s the most useful part of the plant. Fresh horseradish makes some of the most flavourful condiments and sauces around. If you plant horseradish, make sure you place it where you want it to stay. These perennial plants need a permanent planting space in full sun. Place transplants or root cuttings in the garden once the soil is dry enough to be worked.
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  • Hosta- Shadowland

    $25.95
    This showy hosta forms a large mound of attractive tricolor leaves of heavy substance. The wide, bright blue margin, apple green jetting, and creamy white center will set this variety apart all season long! The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours).
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  • Lithodora Grace Ward

    $4.95
    Stunning true blue flowers complement silvery foliage. Its low-growing habit makes it ideal at garden’s edge, as a ground cover, in rock gardens and cascading over stone walls.
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  • Perennial Geranium

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  • Rudbeckia

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    Common Name: Black-Eyed Susan Blooming Season: Summer, Autumn Plant Habit: Mounded, Upright Characteristics: Attracts Butterflies, Deer Resistant, Drought Tolerant, Winter Interest (regional), Heat Tolerant, Shade Tolerant Water: Heavy Fertilize: Once a month Spacing: 14 - 18" (36 - 46cm) Height: 24 - 28" (61 - 71cm) Width: 14 - 18" (36 - 46cm) Exposure: Sun
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  • Saponaria-Rock Soapwort

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    Saponaria is a sprawling plant which forms a nice carpet of semi-evergreen foliage. Small sprays of pink flowers appear prolifically in early summer. It works well in a rock garden, as a groundcover, or between stepping stones on a path. Sold individually in a 4 inch pot.
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  • Saxifraga-Rocco Red

    $4.95
    Spring-flowering plant produces masses of bright red blooms. Compact and mounded evergreen plants are low-maintenance. Good rock garden plant.
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  • Tanacetum- Robinson’s Dark Crimson

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    'Robinson's Red' produces scarlet-red flowers which measure 2½" wide and are daisy-like with a bright yellow center. Tanacetum has interesting ferny foliage much like that of yarrow. Plant it in large groupings for plenty of cut flowers and for greatest impact in the landscape. Height 24-30 inches, width 18-24 inches. Sold individually in a 4 inch pot.
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