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    Nova™ ‘Dragonfire’ Crocosmia

    Crocosmiiflora

    This Crocosmia succeeds where others fail.

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    Butterflyweed

    Asclepias tuberosa

    True to its name Butterflyweed attracts legions of butterflies and is an important host plant for the caterpillars of Monarch, Grey Hairstreak, and Queen butterflies.Information provided by Praire Nursery

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    Smokin’ Hot™

    Rosa hybrid cv. ‘WEKmopaga’

    Unique orange-red blossom overlaid with purple smoke on the edges. Great for cut flowers.

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    Joseph’s Coat Climbing Rose

    Rosa x 'Joseph's Coat'

    One of the most popular climbing roses! Produces multicolored, red-orange to yellow-orange fragrant blooms for cutting. A natural climber that is best used on fences or arbors. Cutting faded flowers…

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    Angel Red® Pomegranate

    Punica granatum 'Smith' P.P.#16,578

    This unique, new and improved Pomegranate has exceptional qualities that make it simply the best on the market. A heavy crop of large, vivid red fruit ripens in early fall,…

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    ‘Star of the East’ crocosmia

    Crocosmia 'Star of the East'

    To put it in perspective, ‘Star of the East’ crocosmia is as far removed from the well-known ‘Lucifer’ crocosmia as Lady Gaga is from an Appalachian clogger.

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    ‘Tangerine Beauty’ cross vine

    Bignonia capreolata 'Tangerine Beauty'

    A better-behaved cousin to the less-than-polite trumpet vine, cross vine is a colorful solution for a fence or arbor with afternoon shade.

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    ‘Arizona Sun’ Blanket flower

    Gaillardia 'Arizona Sun'

    This 2005 All-America Selections® winner is a cultivar of our native blanket flower.

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    Iceland poppy

    Papaver nudicaule

    Iceland poppy is a short-lived perennial usually grown as a cool-weather annual, or biennial.

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    ‘Shades of Orange’ hummingbird mint, ‘Shades of Orange’ hyssop

    Agastache aurantiaca 'Shades of Orange'

    A cultivar discovered at High Country Gardens in Santa Fe, New Mexico, this aromatic, water-wise perennial grows to 30 inches tall and 18 inches wide and features fine, mint-scented, gray-green…