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Quarts $5.00 Some larger clumps available. Deer Resistant! spectabilis 'Alba' White old-fashioned Bleeding Heart grows 24" in the shade. The cool, crisp weather is wonderful to work in, it extends your gardening season significantly and many bulbs and plants prefer being planted in the fall. Provide well-drained soil, do not overfertilize, and deadhead regularly. All vaieteis have interesting foliage, and flowers in lavender blues of pink. ‘Jack Frost’ has heart shaped leaves with a crackled silvery white overly.
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William Aldrich

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Fall planting is often better because it gives the plant more time to become established before the start of active growth. Snapdragon (Antirrhinum) -- One of the best flowers for bumblebees. An interesting addition to any garden with a bold, striking texture. Pretty soft pink flowers with crimson markings. Big trumpet-shaped flowers form impressive pyramids on sturdy 48" stems. All three volatile compounds were identified using gas chromatography (GC) with simultaneous flame ionization detection (FID).
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Paul R. Wonning

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Can tolerate drought and prefers full to part sun. Our favourite cultivar is Cortaderia selloana ‘Pumila’, a more compact and free-flowering variety of this much-maligned ornamental grass. This is especially important with perennials, as they usually are left in the site for several years. Duckweeds include Wolffia, the world's smallest flowering plant, a passion of this author and the derivation of his Internet name of "mrwolffia."
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Jerry Baker

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When staked, tall perennials can better withstand hard, driving rain and wind. Simply an old fashioned perennial that never goes out of fashion. I wouldn't use it if you only have a few perennials, since after it flowers it doesn't look that great. The Star of Bethlehem is a bulb type plant that produces upright clusters of fragrant 1-2" flowers in early summer. It spreads by runners and does well in poor soils once established. However, plants in full sun require ample moisture to perform well and if water is lacking, than afternoon shade is recommended. racemosa 5-7' spires of white flowers bloom July-Aug.
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Paul Pilon

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Different species blend together in tightly knit, sophisticated plantings to thrive and compete as they do in natural habitats. Soil: Most any but dry H: 18-24" (24-36" IB) W:18-24" B/M: Blue/8-9 Aconitum henryi 'Spark's Variety' Hybrid Semi-climbing Monkshood Z: 3-9 Moist Dense spires of hooded violet-blue flowers in July-August with finely cut foliage. Fragrant clusters of fuzzy pink flowers in Fall. If planting into a permanet location, space at least 3-4 feet apart.
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Grows in full sun but prefers some shade. 12-18 in. (Zone 4) Lily-like flowers of purple with dark purple spotting and yellow throats are produced atop green leaves with cream to gold edges. This is a vigorous plant covered all summer in dark lipstick pink flowers. The centers of the petals in the inner whorls fade to white giving the flower a lighter colored center. What once started as a small package of seeds quickly turns into a garden full of flowers.
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Deciduous, with yellow or red fall foliage falling away in winter to reveal smooth reddish brown trunks. Sun. var. purpurascens – Flame Grass – 4'-5' tall Flame Grass is known for its red foliage and white plumes/blooms in July & August. Will thrive in light shade with fewer blooms. Cutting the flowers helps to keep them blooming. Actaea pachypoda (alba) Doll’s Eyes, White Baneberry N. What once started as a small package of seeds quickly turns into a garden full of flowers.
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Betsy Clebsch

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A wonderful perennial with bluish green leaves and flowers in nodding clusters. This is a group of American native hybrids, far superior to the floppy, few flowered seedling varieties of the past. Some Iris prefer full sun, while others grow best in shaded boggy conditions. A dwarf form of this wonderful foliage plant with lovely deep lobed leaves and pink flowers in early spring. When you start out, you may think that all you have to do is get your plants into the ground, and with the exception of weeding, watering and cutting them back each season, your garden will be done.
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Divide clumps in spring or fall, but division is not usually necessary, and should not be disturbed unless necessary after established. Portulaca grandiflora, (Urdu: گل دوپہری ) is a flowering plant in the family Portulacaceae, native to Argentina, southern Brazil, and Uruguay and ofte. A. ficifolia 'Single Mixture' - True perennial. With plentiful flowers that are particularly enticing to bees, these perennials are great for tucking into edges near your vegetable garden.
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Paul R. Wonning

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This very adaptable perennial tolerates a wide variety of soil and light exposure. You can even plant through cardboard – water well first to make it more flexible and then using a knife, cut holes in the cardboard for planting through. Habitat: Dry open woods & rocky slopes This relatively short and compact Solidago along with S. flexicaulis is an ideal species for woodland restoration projects. Sow seed on the surface and prechill in the refrigerator for 5 days.
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