'Double Touch' Tulip

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'Double Touch' Tulip
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Information below provided by Tulips.com (RoozenGaarde ®)"Double the bloom plus double the attraction makes Double Touch the perfect name for this

'Finola' Tulip

Finola Tulip
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'Finola' Tulip
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Information below provided by Tulips.com (RoozenGaarde ®)"Some say it looks like a rose, many say it closely resembles a peony, but all agree that

'Princess Irene' Tulip

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'Princess Irene' Tulip
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Information below, provide by Tulips.com (RoozenGaarde ®)"Defined by its incredibly vibrant colors, Princess Irene presents an ideal option for both

'Salmon Parrot' Tulip

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'Salmon Parrot' Tulip
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Information below provided by Tulips.com (RoozenGaarde ®)"An absolutely magnificent tulip sure to generate plenty of ‘oohs’ and ‘

'Zurel' Tulip

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'Zurel' Tulip
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Information provided by Tulip.com (RoozenGaarde ®)Triumph TulipsThe largest grouping, Triumph tulips present a traditionally shaped tulip bloom available

Abelia × grandiflora

Photo/Illustration: 
Michelle Gervais
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Glossy abelia
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This is a rounded, semi-evergreen shrub to 10 feet tall and 12 feet wide with glossy, dark green leaves. From midsummer to autumn, it produces

Abelia × grandiflora 'Confetti'

Abelia  X grandiflora 'Confetti'

Photo/Illustration: 
Steve Aitken
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Variegated glossy abelia
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'Confetti' offers finely textured medium green foliage variegated with creamy white and pink. Pale pink tubular flowers appear in late summer or fall.

Abeliophyllum distichum

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Steve Aitken
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White forsythia
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This deciduous shrub is related to the forsythia, but differs in that it has white (rather than yellow) flowers that open in early spring before true forsythia

Abelmoschus manihot

Photo/Illustration: 
Jennifer Benner
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Hibiscus manihot
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A large ornamental okra with dinner-plate-sized, sulfur yellow flowers with dark eyes. Each flower lasts only a day—unfolding slowly in the morning and closing

Acaena inermis 'Purpurea'

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Courtesy of Quansett Nurseries
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Purple sheep's burr
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This New Zealand native subshrub has 3-inch-wide scalloped leaves and little purple-brown to pale olive leaflets. Its rhizomatous roots spread in a mat to

Acalypha wilkesiana

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Copperleaf
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This spreading shrub is grown for its multi-colored, toothed, oval leaves. Use it as a houseplant or as an annual or container plant outdoors where it is not

Acalypha wilkesiana 'Tricolor'

Photo/Illustration: 
Colleen Fitzpatrick
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Copperleaf
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This spreading shrub from tropical and subtropical regions can reach 6 feet tall. It is grown as a houseplant or as an annual outdoors where it's not hardy.

Acanthus mollis

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Michelle Gervais
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Bear's breeches
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Acanthus mollis is prized for its bold clumps of shiny green leaves topped with striking, 3-foot-tall spires of white flowers which are clasped by showy purple

Acanthus mollis 'Tasmanian Angel'

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Jennifer Benner
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Bear's breeches
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With their white margins and mottling, the jagged leaves of 'Tasmanian Angel' are a real showshopper, and in late summer, 3-foot-tall, pink-and-cream flower

Acer griseum

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Jennifer Benner
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Paperbark maple
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This slow-growing understory tree has highly ornamental, peeling orange-cinnamon bark. Its dark green, three-lobed leaves turn a brilliant orange-red in autumn.

Acer japonicum 'Aconitifolium'

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Melissa Lucas
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Full-moon maple
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Full-moon maple has deeply lobed leaves, crimson autumn color, and plenty of small, reddish flowers in spring. It can be grown as a small tree or multi-stemmed

Acer palmatum 'Amber Ghost'

Acer palmatum 'Amber Ghost'
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'Amber Ghost' Japanese maple
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'Amber Ghost' offers unique color in the maples. In spring, it is first bright pink, changing to a melon, pink-orange color. In summer it is a warm soft amber

Acer palmatum 'Oshu Shidare'

Acer palmatum 'Oshu Shidare'
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'Oshu Shidare' Japanese maple
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This Japanese maple has long-lobed, deeply divided leaves that are cherry red in the spring, a perfect contrast to the pea green bark. In summer the foliage

Acer palmatum 'Wolff'

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Courtesy Michael Hayman
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Emperor I® Japanese maple
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I’ll never forget when, in the mid-1990s, I called up a renowned nurseryman in Pennsylvania with questions about a holly, and he shifted the conversation to a