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Arrowwood (Blue Muffin ®)

This outstanding arrowwood selection is compact and produces masses of white flowers in late spring which are followed by blue berries in fall. It tolerates either sun or shade and has remarkable reddish fall colour. Proven Winners® Color Choice® Flowering Shrubs.

 

$35.00

Astilbe (Erica)

This astilbe presents upright, bright pink plumes formed on deep red stems. The foliage starts the season out red and slowly turns to green. An excellent cut flower that lasts and lasts in the vase.

 

$25.00

Astilbe (Vision in Pink)

Pale pink plumes rise above a dense and compact plant in mid-summer. The leaves are large and blue-green in colour and a course texture. Vigorous performer.

 

$14.00

Astilbe (Vision in White)

White plumes rise above a dense and compact plant in mid-summer. The leaves are large and blue-green in colour and a course texture. Vigorous performer.

 

$14.00

Astilbe (Younique™ Ruby Red)

The Younique™ series is noted for outstanding garden performance, compact growth and heavy flowering. Vibrant display of flower spikes are uniform and early to arrive compared to other astilbe. Propagation is prohibited.

 

$14.00

Astilbe (Younique™ Silvery Pink)

The Younique™ series is noted for outstanding garden performance, compact growth and heavy flowering. Vibrant display of flower spikes are uniform and early to arrive compared to other astilbe.

 

$17.00

Beard-Tongue (Blackbeard)

Dark purple flower stems hold its lilac purple flowers with their white flaring tubes high above the low mound of deep eggplant purple leaves. Dark burgundy seed pods follow the flowers for extended interest.

 

$12.00

Beard-Tongue (Elfin Pink)

Spikes of clear pink blossoms rise above a compact mound of green. Good vigour and hardiness.

 

$20.00

Bergenia (Heartleaf)

Glossy, leathery leaves clumps that are mostly evergreen produce clusters of little pink flowers.

 

$13.00

Betony (Alpine)

This perennial forms a low mound of crispy green foliage. In early summer the upright spikes of bright-purple flowers appear, which attract bees to the nectar. Deadhead to promote re-blooming. Perennial Plant of the Year 2019.

 

$20.00

Bleeding Heart (Gold Heart)

Radiant yellow foliage absolutely glows in spring. Arching sprays of the classic bleeding heart flower, pink and white heart-shaped blooms, dangle from the stems in late spring.

 

$21.00

Butterfly Flower

Leathery green foliage forms a nice bush with deep orange flowers in mid to late summer. Perennial Plant of the Year 2017.
 

$13.00

Butterfly Flower (Hello Yellow)

This virtually hassle-free perennial offers three months of golden yellow blooms from early through late summer. The flowers, which are heavily laden with nectar and pollen, are particularly attractive to hummingbirds, Monarch butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.

 

$13.00

Coneflower (Green Twister)

A seed strain of 'Magnus', it has horizontal facing petals that change colour from edges of lemon green to a bright carmine-red centre.

 

$15.00

Coneflower (Herbstsonne / Autumn Sun)

Forms a massive upright clump with tall stalks of lemon yellow daisies. Excellent for cutting.  Birds are attracted to and eat the seed heads in the fall.
 

$14.00