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    Windcliff Flurry

    Fuchsia magellancia

    Selected for brilliant red and purple flowers and winter hardiness. Blooms for months, irresistible to hummingbirds and a great background border.

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    ‘Black Magic’ elephant’s ear

    Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’ 

    Large striking, dusty purple-black foliage contrasts spectacularly with bright-colored plants. Spreads freely in rich, wet soils; more slowly in dry, clay soil. Adds bold color and tropical flair to any…

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    Calamar Squid Agave

    Agave bracteosa ‘Calamar’

    Rare, non-clumping form of Agave. Spineless blue-green leaves emerge vertically from a center rosette and arch gracefully to the outside of the plant. Rarely flowers. An interesting container or dry…

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    Blue Cascade® Evergreen Distylium

    Distylium 'PIIDIST-II'

    An exciting new evergreen featuring matte blue-green foliage with a cascading, layered habit. Its reddish-maroon flowers in late January through March add interest during the winter months. With its heat…

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    Blue Suede® Southern Highbush Blueberry

    Vaccinium corymbosum 'TH-682' 

    The perfect addition to your home garden or container.  White flowers bloom in spring.  Luscious large fruit ripen in early summer and beautiful fall foliage highlights the fall and winter…

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    Crimson Kisses™ Weigela

    Weigela 'Slingco 1'

    A new, compact reblooming Weigela with a tidy, rounded shape covered with dark, lipstick-red flowers kissed with a white eye. A versatile shrub to back a flower border or to…

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    Golden Duchess™ Eastern Hemlock

    Tsuga canadensis 'MonKinn'

    Like a jewel in the landscape, this superb new dwarf conifer nearly glows with golden-yellow foliage on graceful, arching branches. Its low, mounding form and improved sun tolerance over other…

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    American beautyberry

    Callicarpa americana

    Although it produces small, lavender-pink flowers in spring, this plant is known mainly for its violet to magenta berries, which start appearing in October.

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    ‘Ruby Slippers’ oakleaf hydrangea

    Hydrangea quercifolia ‘Ruby Slippers’

    I’m one of those people who thinks a garden without a hydrangea would seem incomplete.

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    Dee-Lish® Rose

    Rosa 'Meiclusif'

    A tall Hybrid Tea rose with an old fashioned flower and a very strong fragrance of verbena and citrus.