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Grass (Indian Steel Indian)

This native grass cultivar has steel-blue foliage with hints of light green. Tall flower spikes are topped with yellow flowers, and beautiful bronze fall color. In addition, it is drought tolerant, tolerates poor soils, and requires little maintenance.



Grass (Prairie Blues Little Bluestem)

This grass cultivar has a great, upright form with greyish blue, narrow blades. It takes on an orange hue in the fall which compliments the fluffy, silvery seedheads. Excellent for dry and eroded sites.



Grass (Rain Dance Big Bluestem) #2

Deep green foliage emerges in spring with red tips, but the real show begins in fall when it turn all maroon-red in fall. Tall, deep red inflorescences sway in the fall breeze. Striking. Propagation is prohibited.



Haskap (Aurora) #1

This variety has excellent fruit size and tremendous overall vigor. Native to Russia, these plants are very hardy. This variety is also useful as a pollinator for Borealis and Tundra.



Haskap (Borealis) #1

This great haskap variety produces consistent harvests of sweet, juicy fruit in early summer. Plant together with Honeybee for optimal pollination. These plants are compact and upright and tidy in the landscape.



Honeysuckle (Kodiak ® Orange Bush)

Kodiak® Orange bush honeysuckle is a very adaptable, durable plant that will brighten your yard with brilliant orange foliage in spring and fall. Very shade tolerant.



Honeysuckle (Kodiak ® Red Bush)

Kodiak® Red diervilla offers attractive red spring and autumn foliage, with red tones on new growth all summer long. Bright yellow flowers appear from late spring through fall.



Hops (Golden)

Golden hops are a perennial woody vine and not an annual. It has a striking golden foliage that fades to a yellow green over the summer. The bonus is the cone-shaped clusters of yellow fruits, which can be used to make beer.



Hosta (Curly Fries)

This dwarf selection features an arching habit with narrow, rippled, chartreuse leaves. Lavender flowers appear midsummer. Plant in morning sun to maintain the bright chartreuse foliage. 2016 AHS Hosta of the Year.



Hosta (Dancing Queen)

Large, ruffled foliage is bright yellow and is deeply ribbed. Sure to be a highlight in any partially shaded area.



Hosta (Fire and Ice)

Pure white leaves with a deep green, splattered margin. Very striking variety.



Hosta (Halcyon)

The leaves of Halcyon are perhaps the bluest of all hostas that we grow and are heavily ribbed.



Hosta (Liberty)

Wide, jetting, yellow margins slowly lighten to a creamy tone and accent blue green leaves. The heavy leaves have great slug resistance. 2012 AHS Hosta of the Year.



Hydrangea (Annabelle)

Annabelle Smooth Hydrangea has stunning white flowers, often producing heads over 10" in diameter. Unlike the better known blue and pink hydrangeas (macrophyllas), Annabelle blooms every year even after severe pruning or intensely cold winters. The huge, white "drumstick" blooms appear in profusion without fail. Some people plant 'Annabelle' as a hedge since it can be cut back severely in the winter for a tidy effect.


'Annabelle' makes a spectacular show in colder regions as well as very warm ones. We've had reports that it is hardy even into Zones 2 and 3 in the United States (officially rated to to Zone 3). Forms of Hydrangea arborescens are actually native to eastern parts of the United States. If your climate is too harsh to grow macrophyllas, 'Annabelle' would make a wonderful alternative.



Hydrangea (Fire Light ®)

Fire Light™ is a terrific new plant with upright, dense flower heads that transform from pure White to rich pomegranate-pink. The thick and sturdy stems make a great presentation in the landscape. Proven Winners® Color Choice® Flowering Shrubs.