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Image Botanical Name Common Name Description
Patriot Hosta Hosta 'Patriot' Patriot Hosta

Deep green, heart-shaped foliage with a wide pure white margin. Displays lilac 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.

Praying Hands Hosta Hosta 'Praying Hands' Praying Hands Hosta

This herbaceous perennial displays fully upright, narrow, folded, dark green leaves with gold margins. Lavender flowers appear above the foliage in late summer.  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.

Rainforest Sunrise Hosta Hosta 'Rainforest Sunrise' Rainforest Sunrise Hosta

Corrugated leaves on this miniature variety emerge solid light green, then change to fluorescent golden with dramatic black-green margins. Lovely near-white flowers on a former Hosta of the Year.  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.

St. Elmos Fire Hosta Hosta 'St. Elmo's Fire' St. Elmo's Fire Hosta

Buttery-yellow new leaves contrast with red stems and older green leaves with creamy margins. Displays light lavender flowers on tall scapes.  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.

Stained Glass Hosta Hosta 'Stained Glass' Stained Glass Hosta

Huge, brilliant gold leaves with wide, dark green margins. Displays large, fragrant, pale 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.

Sum and Substance Hosta Hosta 'Sum and Substance' Sum and Substance Hosta

This impressive variety has huge, chartreuse-green rounded leaves. Tall stalks of pale 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.

Vulcan Hosta Hosta 'Vulcan' Vulcan Hosta

Broad, heart-shaped leaves display pure white centers and wide, deep sea-green margins on a very vigorous grower.  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.

Chameleon Plant Houttuynia cordata 'Chameleon' Chameleon Plant

Excellent ground cover with green leaves splashed in white, pink and red. Fragrant, white flowers. Fast grower. Deer resistant.  Thrives in any type of soil but not too dry.  Chameleon Houttuynia is often used as a groundcover and is also useful for erosion control.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

St. Johns Wort Hypericum calycinum St. Johns Wort

Yellow, rose-like flowers contrast with the dark green foliage. Burgundy fall foliage. A quick cover for steep slopes. Deer resistant.  Thrives in any type of soil but not too dry.  St. John’s Wort is often useful for erosion control.  Excellent for edging and rock gardens.

Candytuft Iberis gibraltarica Candytuft

Flat topped clusters of white flowers tinted lavender-pink bloom on this low growing evergreen perennial with glossy green foliage.  Cut back after flowering to maintain dense habit.  Beautiful cascading over walls, in mixed containers and as groundcover.   Easily grown in slightly alkaline, well-drained soil.  Needs low to moderate water once established.

Candytuft Iberis sempervirens 'Purity' Candytuft

A low mound of dark, glossy, evergreen foliage covered with bright-white flowers.  Cut back lightly every one to two years.  Likes any well-drained soil.  This low-growing CLIFF HANGER® plant will form a trailing mat of foliage and is a good selection for rock walls and containers.

Snowflake Candytuft Iberis sempervirens 'Snowflake' Snowflake Candytuft

Displays a low mound of dark, glossy evergreen foliage covered with medium sized clusters of pure white flowers. Cut back lightly every one or two years.  Likes any well-drained soil.  This low growing perennial will form a trailing mat of foliage and is a good section for rock walls and containers.

Blood Grass Imperata cylindrica 'Red Baron' Blood Grass

Striking deciduous grass with slowly spreading habit. Leaves are green at the base and a stunning blood red from the middle to he top. Deer resistant.  Ornamental Grasses are low maintenance and grow well in most soil types.  They look beautiful, adding color, height and movement to your garden.  An excellent companion plant with contrasting foliage.

Blue Star Creeper Isotoma fluviatillis Blue Star Creeper

Small blue, star-shaped flowers cover a dense mat of dark green foliage. Rugged, sturdy plant.  Grows best in a moist, well-drained soil  Appreciates afternoon shade when grown in warmer areas.  Sturdy enough as a lawn substitute, but also does well in containers or planted between pavers.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic.

Rolling Hens and Chicks Jovibarba sobolifera Rolling Hens and Chicks

Historic garden plant with succulent foliage. Forms rosettes of small, bright green leaves with chicks like tiny little red balls sitting on top. Very adaptable.  Hens & Chicks grow best in well-drained, gravelly soil that is not wet in winter.  Drought tolerant.  Requires little water once established.

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