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Agapanthus x ‘Elaine’

Agapanthus Elaine is a head turner with its dark blue-violet flowers that form in a sphere at the end of tall slender stalks. The bell-shaped blooms appear primarily in the late spring, and intermittedly throughout the summer. This Agapanthus has a robust evergreen foliage, and somewhat drought tolerant once established.

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Pennisetum alopecuroides ‘Little Bunny’

A gorgeous garden is just a hop away with Little Bunny! This miniature Fountain Grass grows in graceful, spreading clumps and  can reach 1 ft both tall and wide. Its narrow leaves change from deep green in summer to golden yellow or red to burgundy in fall. The fluffy plumes on ‘Little Bunny’ will appear […]

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Agapanthus praecox ‘Getty White’

 The blooms of Agapanthus Getty White are so light and bright they practically sparkle. The globes of ivory white flowers emerge on 2 ft stalks from the attractive leathery leaf fans. The large flowers that last throughout the summer months and are great for borders, containers, or cut flower arrangements.    

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Agapanthus ‘Northern Star’

Brighten up any dark space with Northern Star! This is a particularly striking Agapanthus with showy, rounded clusters of star shaped flowers. Each deep blue flower petal bears a purple stripe which matches the dark purple flush to the base of the semi-evergreen, strap-like foliage. Northern Star is a thrilling addition all containers, gardens and […]

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Tulbaghia ‘Society Garlic’

  The flowers are lilac in color and the plant will bloom from midsummer to early fall. This fast-growing plant gives off a garlic scent and has been said to help rid gardens of moles and other pests. Tulbaghia violacea is incredibly versatile and adaptable, making it perfect for borders, rock gardens or large containers. This heat tolerant evergreen […]

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Rubus ‘Prime-Ark’® Freedom PPAF

Primocanes fruit first, followed by a second crop on older thornless, upright canes. Freedom is cold-hardy, and ripens in July until frost. With exceptional fruit size, good flavor and the plant grows upright and needs little to no staking, it’s easy to see why this is a top choice for professional and amateur growers alike.

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Rubus ‘Prime-Ark’® 45 PP 22,449

An everbearing primocane! Prime Ark 45 is an early and heavy producer. Erect, thorny canes make it easy to pick  the medium to large size berries. these firm, midnight-black berries or noticeably juicy. First year canes begin to ripen in mid-July, while second year canes bear its heaviest crops in June, both crops will continue to […]

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Rubus ‘Ouachita’ PP 17,162

This disease-resistant variety produces a generous crop of large, plump, sweet berries on erect, thornless canes in early to midsummer. The glossy, black fruit It has excellent flavor and is very prolific. Ouachita ripens into medium size, plump berries in mid June.

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Rubus ‘Osage’ PPAF

Osage blackberries have shown consistently good flavor, even when other varieties were lacking. This is a thornless plant, erect-growing, high-quality and productive in late Spring to early Summer. The plant itself can grow to 10 ft tall in the right conditions. Osage has excellent storage potential for the shipping market.

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Rubus ‘Natchez’ PP 20,891

Natchez produces an impressive large fruit. With an early ripening date, consistent yields, high quality berries, and thornless canes,  it’s easy to see why this is such a popular crop. This vigorous grower reaches 5 ft tall and up to 6 ft wide. Natchez flowers in the spring and ripens in the early summer months.

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