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Okanum Eared Lady Fern

Athyrium otophorum 'Okanum' Okanum Eared Lady Fern

Glossy, light-green fronds on dark-red stems add elegant texture to shady garden areas. New foliage emerges burgundy, then unfolds to a gold-green color.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.  Deciduous.  Deer resistant.

Ghost Fern

Athyrium x 'Ghost' Ghost Fern

A stunning, rigidly upright fern with silvery-gray foliage and reddish ribs.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil.  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.  Deciduous.

Audrey Purple Shades Rock Cress

Aubretia 'Audrey Purple Shades' Audrey Purple Shades Rock Cress

Larger flowers and more vigorous growth than other Aubrietia.  Masses of flowers in purple shades cover a low mounding, semi-evergreen perennial.  Best in moderately fertile, slightly alkaline, well-drained soil.  Looks beautiful cascading over walls or between stepping stones.  Cut back after flowering to maintain a dense habit.

Cushion Bolax

Azorella trifurcata 'Nana' Cushion Bolax

Small yellow flowers bloom on beautiful carpets of glossy green foliage that has a soft, foliage appearance.  Requires excellent drainage, such as scree gardens or between pavers.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic. Evergreen.

False Bugbane

Beesia deltophylla False Bugbane

These patterend, embossed, heart-shaped leaves of green to gunmetal-blue form the perfect backdrop for tall, delicate stems of small, widely-spaced, star-shaped white flowers. Easily grown in moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil.  Water well until established, when it will tolerate dry shade.  Cut spent flower stems in late summer and prune back old foliage in late winter.  Excellent in a woodland garden or as a shady area groundcover.  Evergreen.

Hardy Begonia

Begonia grandis Hardy Begonia

Tuberous, clump forming perennial with a bushy mound of 4″ olive green leaves with red undersides. 1″ deep pink flowers bloom in pendant clusters.  Best grown in moist, humus-rich soil that does not dry out.  Deadhead frequently to prolong bloom.  Plants self-propagate with tiny bulblets in the leaf axils. Mulch heavily in the fall.

White Hardy Begonia

Begonia grandis 'Alba' White Hardy Begonia

This tuberous, clump forming perennial has a bushy mound of 4″ olive green leaves with red undersides. 1″ white flowers bloom in pendent clusters. Best grown in moist, humus-rich soil that does not dry out.  Deadhead frequently to prolong bloom.  Plants self-propagate with tiny bulblets in the leaf axils.  Mulch heavily in the fall.

Pomponette Mix English Daisy

Bellis perennis 'Pomponette Mix' Pomponette Mix English Daisy

Large, double red, pink and white pompom-shaped flowers bloom on short stems.  Freely blooming biennial.  Easily grown in any well-drained soil with moderate water.  Use in border fronts, woodland gardens and containers.

Speedstar English Daisy

Bellis perennis Speedstar® Mix Speedstar English Daisy

Colorful, semi-double English daisies bloom freely on dainty, petite plants.  Can be grown for spring or fall bloom.  Easily grown in any well-drained soil with moderate water.  Use in border fronts, woodland gardens and containers.

Miniature Daisy

Bellium minutum Miniature Daisy

Displays masses of small white daisy flowers. Mat-forming foliage. Great flowering ground cover.  Tolerates most soils, but needs regular water during the growing season.  Great plant for shady borders or used as a groundcover.  Tolerates varying amounts of foot traffic.

Red Beauty Bergenia

Bergenia cordifolia 'Red Beauty' Red Beauty Bergenia

Deep pink to rose-red , bell-shaped flowers appear on thick, leafless stems.  A clumping rosette of large, glossy-green, heart-shaped foliage turns bright red in fall.  Prefers moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil. Good in borders, edgings, mass-plantings, rock gardens and as a groundcover.

Winterglut Bergenia

Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglut' Winterglut Bergenia

Magenta, bell-shaped flowers appear on thick, leafless stems.  Clumping rosettes of large, glossy green, heart-shaped leaves display rich red tints in fall in winter.  Prefers moist, humus-rich, well-drained soil.  Good in borders, edgings, mass plantings, rock gardens, and as a groundcover.

Deer Fern

Blechnum spicant Deer Fern

Narrow, lance-shaped evergreen fronds characterize the Deer Fern. This fern forms a rosette of glossy, dark green fronds. Native plant of the Pacific Northwest.  Ferns thrive in neutral to acidic, loose, richly organic soil.  Excellent for mass plantings, rock gardens, containers, in woodlands and naturalized landscapes.  Very resilient plant!

Yokohama Orchid

Bletilla 'Yokohama' Yokohama Orchid

Loose clusters of pale pink flowers with a golden blotch, bloom on wiry stems.  Broadly ribbed, iris-like leaves.  Hardy and easy to grow.  Leaves turn yellow in the fall before they die back for the winter.  Grows almost anywhere but prefers a rich, well-drained soil with adequate moisture.  Water during growing season.  This is not a plant for the dry, shady garden.

 

Chinese Butterfly Orchid

Bletilla ochracea 'Chinese Butterfly' Chinese Butterfly Orchid

Tall 30″ stalks of pale, creamy yellow flowers. Displays maroon dotted, ribbed, iris-like foliage. 3-10 flowers per stalk.  It needs a rich, well-drained soil with adequate moisture.  Water during growing season.  This is not a plant for the dry, shady garden.

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