Our Plants

Image Botanical Name Common Name Description
Red Lightning Coral Bells Heuchera 'Red Lightning' Red Lightning Coral Bells

Hybrid Heuchera displaying very large, prominently red-veined, gold leaves in a tidy evergreen mounded. Sprays of white flowers attract butterflies.  Prefers light, humusy, well-drained soil.  Deadhead regularly and remove weathered leaves in spring.  Excellent in shaded borders and containers.

Dales Strain Coral Bells Heuchera americana 'Dale's Strain' Dale's Strain Coral Bells

Heucheras are evergreen, mounding perennials that are attractive year round.  Dale’s Strain displays marbled, silver-blue leaves with darker veins.  White, bell-shaped flowers on tall stalks.  Attracts butterflies.  An excellent groundcover for dry shade.  Also good in borders or large containers.  Heuchera will tolerate full sun in more Northern areas as long as adequate moisture is provided.

Palace Purple Select Coral Bells Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple Select' Palace Purple Select Coral Bells

Heucheras are evergreen, mounding perennials that are attractive year round.  Palace Purple Select displays glossy, maple-like foliage that emerges purple-red, then matures to bronze-green in the summer.  Pale pink flowers on tall stalks.  Attracts butterflies.  An excellent groundcover for dry shade.  Also good in borders or large containers.  Heuchera will tolerate full sun in more Northern areas as long as adequate moisture is provided.

Coral Petite Coral Bells Heuchera sanguinea 'Coral Petite' Coral Petite Coral Bells

Heucheras are evergreen, mounding perennials that are attractive year round. ‘Coral Petite’ displays rich green leaves frosted in white. Vivid, dark red flowers on wine red stalks.  An excellent groundcover for dry shade.  Also good in borders or large containers.  Heuchera will tolerate full sun in more Northern areas as long as adequate moisture is provided.

Fireball Hibiscus Hibiscus 'Fireball' PP#13631 Fireball Hibiscus

Hardy Hibiscus are large-flowered, easily-grown shrubs. ‘Fireball’ displays very large, bright red flowers and maple-like foliage that is flushed purple. Attracts hummingbirds.  Tolerates both wet and dry soil.  Flowering is best in full sun in Northern areas.  Maintain an organic mulch around the base of the plant.  Great at the back of the border.

Kopper King Hardy Hibiscus Hibiscus 'Kopper King' Kopper King Hardy Hibiscus

Compact, deciduous shrub features distinctive copper-red leaves and dinner plate-sized, like pink flowers with red veins, bright red eyes, and showy yellow stamens. Attracts butterflies.  Easily grown in moist to wet, humus-rich soil.  Water deeply and regularly and fertilize monthly during the growing season.  Deadhead regularly.  Good in beds, borders or in waterside plantings.

Little Prince Hibiscus Hibiscus 'Little Prince' PP#23466 Little Prince Hibiscus

Hardy Hibiscus are large-flowered, easily-grown shrubs. ‘Little Prince’ is a dwarf form that displays very large, slightly ruffled, neon lavender-pink flowers with dark centers and small, maple-like leaves. Attracts hummingbirds.  Tolerates both wet and dry soil.  Flowering is best in full sun in Northern areas.  Maintain an organic mulch around the base of the plant.  Great at the front of the border.

Abiqua Drinking Gourd Plantain Lily Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' Abiqua Drinking Gourd Plantain Lily

These deeply cupped and twisted, nearly round, blue-green leaves are waxy and deeply corrugated. Hummingbird-attracting white flowers appear just above the foliage.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Blaze of Glory Hosta Hosta 'Blaze of Glory' Blaze of Glory Hosta

Displays green leaves with slightly rippled creamy-white margins. Makes a spectacular wide clump. Exhibits fragrant, light purple flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Blue Ivory Hosta Hosta 'Blue Ivory' PP#19623 Blue Ivory Hosta

Intense, blue-green leaves display broad, creamy-white edging that brighten to white through the season. Exhibits lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Plantain Lily Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears' Plantain Lily

2008 Hosta of the Year. Small, round, gray-green leaves form a perfectly symmetrical mound. Displays lavender flowers on short stems.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils. A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Bright Star Plantain Lily Hosta 'Bright Star' Bright Star Plantain Lily

This tetraploid Hosta displays thick, narrow leaves with blue-green centers and wide, irregular, creamy margins. Lavender flowers appear above the foliage and attract hummingbirds.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are usually attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Brim Cup Hosta Hosta 'Brim Cup' Brim Cup Hosta

This great plant has heart-shaped and cupped, green leaves with chartreuse to white margins. The leaves become seer-suckered when mature. Displays pale lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

Brother Stefen Hosta Hosta 'Brother Stefen' Brother Stefen Hosta

Displays rounded, puckered green leaves with green-yellow center margins. Makes a spectacular broad clump. Exhibits white flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are usually attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

City Lights Hosta Hosta 'City Lights' City Lights Hosta

Thick, corrugated, leaves emerge chartreuse in spring, and brighten to brilliant gold.  Displays short scapes of near-white to pale-lavender flowers.  Hosta grow best in moist, well-drained, highly organic soils.  A good partner for ferns.  Although the flowers are usually attractive, Hosta are usually grown for their ornamental foliage.

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