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Yucca filamentosa ‘Color Guard’

Yucca Color Guard is easily grown and maintained. It’s upright foliage forms and 2-3′ tall clump, adding architectural height in your growing space. Color Guard features sword shaped leaves with green margins and colorful striped, creamy-white centers. Use as an accent, in containers, mass plantings and in xeriscape.    

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Callistemon citrinus ‘Little John’ Dwarf Bottlebrush

Callistemon citrinus ‘Little John’ is a slow growing evergreen shrub from Australia. The lanced shaped foliage is blue-green with a fuzzy texture on the new growth. From spring to summer the tips of the stiff branches are covered with flower terminals, these flowers have long crimson colored stamens giving them that “bottlebrush” look, hence the common […]

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Nandina domestica ‘Twilight’ PP 26,025

They are cold hardy and evergreen all year, but they are much more than just green! Icy white colors will intensify in Winter months, and will turn to a pink glow with the Spring. These stunning colors will shine in a

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Dietes (Morea) iriodoides Butterfly Iris

Simple, versatile, and stunning! These exotic white flowers with yellow and purple-blue markings burst from tall stalks amid strong, sword-like mounds of evergreen leaves. A profuse bloomer in the Spring and Summer, the dainty flowers of this Iris may last only one day but are quickly replaced.This gorgeous perennial is easy to maintain and fits into virtually […]

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Agapanthus ‘Twister’ PP 25,519

It’s easy to get carried away with Twister! The crystal white blooms fade into inky blue at the throat of each flower. The 2 ft stalk has a cluster of these unique beauties from  mid to late summer. This dwarf variety of Agapanthus makes an easy choice for edging, mass planting or smaller scale projects.

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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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Rosa x ‘Belinda’s Dream’

‘Belinda’s Dream is a cross between ‘Tiffany’ and ‘Jersey Beauty’. This rose comes from Dr. Basye in 1992 and is named after the daughter of one of his friends. This Rose is a large shrub type rose that reaches 3 to 6 feet in height. Rosa x ‘Belinda’s Dream has a lovely fragrant pink flower […]

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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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Hakonechloa macra

Hakonechloa macra is green in color, tolerates more sun and drier soils, and is hardier and faster growing than most Hakonechloa cultivars. Plant is mound growing and reaches up to 24″ in height.

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