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    Red milkweed

    Asclepias incarnata

    A  member of the Asclepias (milkweed) genus, Red milkweed is a host plant for the caterpillar stage of the Monarch butterfly. 

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    Crimson Kisses weigela

    Weigela 'Slingco 1'

    A new, more compact reblooming weigela with a tidy, rounded shape covered with bright, lipstick-red flowers kissed with a white eye.

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    ‘Persian Market’ daylily

    Hemerocallis ‘Persian Market’

    Gorgeous deep rose pink blooms with a deeper rose halo. An All American Daylily Selection that makes a gorgeous show in summer.

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    Lacey Blue Russian sage

    Perovskia atriplicifolia ‘Lisslitt’

    Hardy and heat tolerant with a sturdy, compact form that does not flop over. Lavender-blue floral sprays enhance the scented foliage.

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    Sundenia Coral dipladenia

    Dipladenia Sundenia Coral

    Sundenia dipladenias are shipped in a 6 inch container, with an average height of 6 inches at delivery time. It will be ideal for planting directly into the landscape or…

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    Sun Parasol Pretty Crimson

    Mandevilla Sun Parasol Pretty Crimson

    Sun Parasol Pretty Crimson mandevilla blooms ferociously with 2 to 3 inch true-red flowers along thin, small,yet sturdy, glossy green leaves. A vigorous grower, Pretty Crimson can grow up to…

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    ‘Peach Drift’ Rose

    Rosa 'Meiggili'

    The Peach Drift® Rose is one of the most floriferous dwarf shrubs available. Soft peach blooms cover the plant from mid-spring to the first hard freeze of late Fall. Peach…

  • 'Gold Band' pampas grass
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    ‘Gold Band’ pampas grass

    Cortaderia selloana 'Gold Band'

    This clumping, drought-tolerant grass is one of the best pampas grasses you could grow.

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    Piggyback plant

    Tolmiea menziesii ‘Taff’s Gold’

    With its mottled cream/green foliage, 'Taff's Gold' can brighten any dark garden area.

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    Columbine meadow rue

    Thalictrum aquilegiifolium

    The lacy leaves of this meadow rue look like a columbine's, hence the common and scientific names.