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Echinacea (Coneflower) x. 'Balsomcor' (Sombrero™ Hot Coral Coneflower)

A Darwin Perennials introduction. Very well branched series with compact upright habit. Sturdy plants have proven hardiness for years of enjoyment in the garden. Long flowering period that starts extra early. Very floriferous with flat faced, 3″ bright coral orange petals. Deadhead to prolong flower production.

  • Height: 20"-24"
  • Spread: 18"-24"
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Echinacea (Coneflower) x. 'Balsomred' (Sombrero™ Salsa Red Coneflower)

Well-branched, sturdy and compact plants featuring a high bud count.  This selection produces very large, single flowers with bright red overlapping petals surrounding a large brown cone.  Ideal for sunny borders and growing in mixed containers.  Attracts butterflies.  Excellent for cutting.  Bloom midsummer and continue for months, if faded flowers are regularly removed.  Dried seed heads also add interest to the winter garden.

  • Height: 21"-23"
  • Spread: 16"-21"
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Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Gerwat' (Rozanne Cranesbill)

Violet blue flowers with white centers begin blooming in early summer all the way to late fall.   Great for rock gardens, or en masse.  Deep green foliage.  Great tolerance for heat and humidity.  Prefers well drained soil.

  • Height: 15"-20"
  • Spread: 20"-24"
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Geranium (Cranesbill) sanguineum 'Max Frei' (Max Frei Bloody Cranesbill)

Compact growth habit forming spreading mound of foliage. Reddish purple flowers in May and June with sparser rebloom throughout the summer. Deeply lobed dark green leaves often turns shade of red in the fall. Excellent for rock gardens, borders or massing as a groundcover.

  • Height: 8"-10"
  • Spread: 12"-24"
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Geranium (Cranesbill) x. 'Brookside' (Brookside Cranesbill)

Clear blue flowers with a tiny white eye. Blooms all summer but needs to be cut back in early summer for repeating blooms in the fall. Attract butterflies, is not palatable to deer and very disease resistant. Good for cottage, container growing, borders or informal borders in mass plantings.

  • Height: 4"-6"
  • Spread: 18"-24"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Catherine Woodbury' (Catherine Woodbury Daylily)

Fragrant, 4.5″ trumpet-shaped flowers with lightly ruffled, orchid-lavender petals and a green throat. Dark green, grass-like foliage. Long bloom time from May through July. Re-bloomer. Excellent for cut flowers, massing, edging or in borders.

  • Height: 24"-30"
  • Spread: 24"-36"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Cherry Cheeks' (Cherry Cheeks Daylily)

Huge 6″, rose-pink flowers with an orange-green throat, which bloom from mid-summer through early fall. Forms dense clumps of grassy foliage, with upright stems of trumpet flowers. Excellent as a cut flower, edging, or for massing.

  • Height: 28"-32"
  • Spread: 18"-24"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Happy Returns' (Happy Returns Daylily)

Miniature ever bloomer. 3.25″ flower. Large clumps of long, grass-like leaves are highlighted by canary yellow flowers on tall stems. This extra-early bloomer reblooms throughout the summer months.  Useful for border garden or as a groundcover. Most effective in mass plantings. Performs best in a sunny location.

  • Height: 15"-18"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Little Grapette' (Little Grapette Daylily)

A miniature daylily with fragrant, lightly ruffled, 2″flowers with purple petals and a yellow throat. Blooms May-July. Semi-evergreen, dark green, grass-like foliage. may blooms on strong stems. Use for cut flowers, massing, edging, in borders or in mixed containers. An award winner.

  • Height: 12"-15"
  • Spread: 24"-28"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Pardon Me' (Pardon Me Daylily)

Diploid. Repeat bloomer. 2.75″ brick red flowers with lemon yellow throat. Fragrant. Useful for border gardens or as a groundcover. Plant in full sun for the best blooming. Most effective in mass plantings.

  • Height: 28"-30"
  • Spread: 24"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Rosy Returns' (Rosy Returns Daylily)

A sister of H. ‘Happy Returns’. Fragrant, rose-pink flowers with a purple eye and green throat from July through September. Hardy, low maintenance, and everblooming. Dwarf variety attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.

  • Height: 10"-12"
  • Spread: 12"-16"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. 'Stella d'Oro' (Stella d’Oro Daylily)

Sensational, award-winning repeat bloomer with heavy fragrant clusters of 2 1/2 in. golden-yellow ruffled blooms. This easy to care for plant forms neat, compact clumps. Tolerant of moist-dry soils. Useful in wildflower and perennial borders.

  • Height: 15"-18"
  • Spread: 15"-18"
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Hemerocallis (Daylily) x. Krekler '79' (Firestorm Daylily)

Large 8″ brick red flowers with gold olive undertones. Blooms resembling a spider, a recurved unusual form. Blooms June – July. Most effective in mass plantings. Performs best in a sunny location.

  • Height: 24"-36"
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  • Attracts Birds
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    Rabbit Resistant
  • Attracts Butterflies
  • Attracts Hummingbirds
  • Deer Resistant
  • Fragrant
  • Salt Tolerant
  • Shade
  • Wet Soils