2019 Summer / Fall Program

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  • Panicum - Switch Grass

    Medium to tall clumping grass with rigid upright stems. Blooms late summer into fall.

  • NEW FOR 2019
    Panicum virgatum Northwind

    Switch Grass

    Very sturdy and upright form with wide blue-green foliage, slender upright panicles bloom within the top of foliage creating a very vertical and formal look, very weather resistant, tan plumes in late summer and golden yellow fall foliage provide exc
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    2-9
    4-5'
  • Switch Grass

    Green spring upright foliage turns red by July and intensifies as summer progresses, adding to its color are bright red plumes in late summer
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    2-9
    3-'
  • Peony - Garden Peony

    Peony is a classic perennial with unsurpassed late spring beauty. Peonies are very long-lived and develop large crowns with thick woody roots. Huge fragrant flowers bloom late spring for a spectacular show. Excellent cut flower.

    Grow: Use well-drained soil with a pH 6.5-7.0. Center crown with eyes facing up and angle root at 45 towards the bottom edge of the pot

    Planting Depth: Plant so eyes are 1-2" below the soil surface. If too shallow, the crown and eyes might dry out when exposed to intense spring sun. Prune root tips if necessary to obtain proper planting depth.

    Temperatures: Grow cool at 45-55F until new fibrous roots are visible. Growing too warm too quickly will result in plants developing without a root structure to support it. This may cause plants to wilt or leaves to curl during high spring temps.

    Watering: Allow pots to dry slightly between watering. Good drainage is a must.

    Fertilizer: Peonies are light feeders and too much Nitrogen may inhibit flowering. Fertilize with 100-150ppm Nitrogen every other watering

    Diseases: Botrytis is the primary culprit of buds not opening and turning black. Keep foliage dry during watering, especially during cool weather. Use fungicides to control outbreaks.


  • Garden Peony

    Mid-season, an heirloom variety that has deep red-maroon, fully doubled flowers, petals start out large on the outside and gradually get smaller near the center, yellow stamens add a color contrast, delicate fragrance.

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    3-8
    24-36'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Early, huge "bowl" shaped blossoms that are 10″ across and sometimes more, flowers have outside pink petals and a fluffy white center with hints of yellow.

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    3-8
    23-25'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Mid, named for the discoverer of penicillin, this selection produces tons of fully doubled 8″ wide rose pink flowers that are wonderfully fragrant, central petals sometimes curl inwards.

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    3-8
    28-30'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Early, large double white flowers, strong stems, fragrant, very attractive foliage.
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    3-8
    34-'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Mid, this old time favorite has been around for more than 100 years, fully doubled bright pink flowers are prolific and wonderfully fragrant, thrives in heavy soils, an unfussy variety that will adapt easily.

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    3-8
    24-36'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Late, superb double, carmine red, slightly scented, good cut flower.
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    3-8
    34-'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Mid, large anemone-shaped blossoms have dark pink outside petals and a densely packed center with lots of creamy-white smaller petals, very fragrant flowers sit on top of strong stems that don't need staking.

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    3-8
    29-31'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Early-mid, double cherry red flowers on strong stems, vigorous grower, fragrant.
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    3-8
    34-'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Early-mid, large double crimson flowers, high bud count with strong stems and good fragrance.
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    3-8
    38-'
    3-5 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Early-mid, this variety was introduced in 1888 yet still incredibly popular today, very large fully doubled rose-pink blooms have ruffled petals with a silver sheen at the tips, delightfully fragrant and free flowering.

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    3-8
    30-'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Large double soft pink flowers, fragrant, vigorous grower and a reliable bloomer. Award winner from the Royal Hort Society.
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    3-8
    34-'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Large double white flowers with a slight pink blush, very fragrant, mid season bloom, forms a sturdy shurb-like clump with deep green foliage.
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    3-8
    34-'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Garden Peony

    Mid, fully doubled flowers have white guard petals on the outside that surround tons of fluffy yellow petals in the center, dependable prolific grower and bloomer with strong stems that support the large, abundant flowers.

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    3-8
    25-27'
    2-3 Eye
    25
  • Peony Fern Leaf - Fern Leaf Peony

    Paeonia tenuifolia is treasured by Peony collectors.  Early blooming with beautiful ferny foliage. Prefers to be drier than garden types. May go summer dormant. Extremely long-lived

  • Fern Leaf Peony

    Very popular with delicate fern-like foliage, double deep red cup-shaped flowers, shorter than most peonies, blooms very early.
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    4-9
    20-'
    3-5 Eye
    10
  • Perovskia - Russian Sage

    Shrub-type perennial with erect woody stems and rather informal growth habit. Plants have attractive whitish stems with aromatic silver-green foliage. Exceptional long bloom time from mid-summer into fall. Cut back plants to 8-12" each spring to maintain good vigor.

  • Russian Sage

    Shorter and more compact, maintains nice form, lavender- blue flowers
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    4-8
    25-'
  • Phlox - Garden Phlox

    Another classic and popular perennial with many new flower colors. Phlox have an exceptional long bloom time and provide much-needed color in the garden mid-to-late summer. Plant in full sun in areas with good air circulation to prevent mildew.

  • Dwarf Garden Phlox

    Large flower heads of pink and white pinwheel flowers, frgrant and mildew resisitant as well, very suitable as a potted plant for borders.
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    4-8
    10-12'
    72 Cell
    72
  • Polemonium - Jacob's Ladder

    Very floriferous clump-forming perennials for the shade garden. Plants form thick clumps with upward spikes of fragrant blue flowers. Plants require partial to full shade and grow best in cooler climates.

  • Jacob's Ladder

    Late spring upright blue flowers contrast boldly with the variegated cream and green ferny foliage, use in borders where part shade and protection from the hot afternoon sun is available, especially where summers are warm and hum

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    3-7
    18-24'
    72 Cell
    72
  • Jacob's Ladder

    Sport of Stairway to Heaven with more pure white variegation (no yellowing), a vigorous grower that holds up to the summer heat, spikes of pale lavender blue flowers bloom early summer
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    3-7
    14-'
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