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Callistemon ‘Little John’ Dwarf Bottlebrush

Callistemon ‘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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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 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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Nandina domestica™ ‘Lemon Lime’

 this beauty will brighten dark spaces and add dimension with its fresh, citrus hue! Mature plant reach 4 ft in height with equal spread with a rounded habit and compact nature. Part of what make this a unique nandina variety is that it retains its vivid green color all year long. It’s  Lemon Lime has […]

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Nandina domestica ‘Burgundy Wine’

Burgundy Wine is the complete package for any landscape project. The narrow, evergreen leaves turn an outstanding red in the winter, and attractive green foliage with red stripes which emerges burgundy in spring. Its overall growth habit is rounded, and equally tall as it is wide at 3 ft. In addition to the vibrantly colored […]

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Verbena ‘Homestead Purple’ Homestead Purple Verbena

One of the earliest flowering perennials we know! Homestead Purple grows to 3 ft wide and 1 ft tall and is topped with a mass of bright purple blooms.  The flowers will appear from early Spring to frost, while the scalloped leaves remain a  deep green all year. This Verbena is another variety that spills and […]

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Verbena ‘Homestead Carpet Red’ Homestead Carpet Red Verbena

Carpet Red is a showstopper! Spectacular red flowers in rounded clusters rise on short stems above ground hugging, green foliage. This plant has an extraordinary bloom season, producing that bright red color from early March to frost in some regions. It will trail over beautifully from hanging baskets and containers, as well as spread out […]

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Nandina domestica ‘SEIKA’ Obsession™ Nandina P.P. # 21,891

It’s easy to see what all the fuss it about! Obsession is a dense mounding plant with oval leaves so intensely red that they will surely be the focal point of any landscape. The foliage will mature to green, giving you a mix perfect of greens and scarlet for much of the year. When autumn […]

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Nandina domestica ‘Firepower’ Firepower Nandina

Sure to set any landscape ablaze with color! New foliage has fresh green coloration, with red highlights as it ages. Bright and brilliant red foliage develops in the fall and persists through winter. Firepower has a neat, low mounding , and very compact growth habit, only 2 feet wide by 2 feet tall at maturity. […]

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