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Ballota to Cynoglossum

Including Baptisia, Brunnera, Campanula, Corydalis, & Crocosmia

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Ballota

Ballota pseudodictamnus full sun  partial shade
Mediterranean Mint
<i>Ballota pseudodictamnus</i>

White woolly, rounded 1 in. leaves and furry stems, soft as chamois, steal the show here. Though the tiny white blooms are insignificant and should be sheared off to maintain an appealing bushy, yet compact form, Ballota sparkles against deep greens and bronzes. Acquiescent to drought, salt spray and high winds, it begs good drainage and protection from excessive winter wet. This illuminated Mediterranean mint makes an excellent choice for borders, banks and rock gardens and was once prescribed by Dioscorides as an antidote for the bite of a mad dog.

Blooms July – August.

Size: 18" high x 18" wide. Zone 7/8.


Ballota pseudodictamnus (P-0019)
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Baptisia

False Indigo

Distinguished by their stately postures, these long-lived Legume family members grow wild in the eastern and southern regions of this country. A handsome mass of leaflets grouped in threes and erect, branching stems hosts showy spires adorned with small, sweet-pealike blooms. Later, large brownish black, papery seed pods form, which bring captivating visual accents, and even rattling sounds to arrangements. Easily cultivated in well drained sites, Baptisias tolerate poor, sandy soils and some drought, but resent having their roots disturbed.


Baptisia australis var. minor full sun  partial shade <i>Baptisia australis</i> var. <i>minor</i>
Dwarf Wild Blue Indigo

Softly colored racemes laden with lavender-blue, sweet-pealike flowers sway well above a compact assemblage of rounded blue-green leaves. Displaying a stance and foliage about one half the size of Baptisia australis, this superb variety’s nearly 2 ft. tall blooms are unparalleled. Later, large brownish black, papery seed pods form, which bring captivating visual accents, and even rattling sounds to arrangements.

Blooms mid-April–early May.

Size: 15"–2' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


Baptisia australis var. minor (P-0922)
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Baptisia x bicolor ‘Starlite’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Baptisia</i> x <i>bicolor</i> ‘Starlite’

Twinkling like stars, a sky full of lupine-like periwinkle-blue flowers are set aglow by creamy white bases, known as keels. The deep violet-lavender buds populate numerous 2 ft. tall bicolored spires rising above blue-tinged oval leaflets on gently arching stems. Bred by Dr. Jim Ault from the Chicago Botanical Gardens, this robust australis and bracteata cross is a medium-sized, soft-hued perennial that can be paired with Centaurea 'Purple Heart' for an engaging medley. (ppaf)

Blooms May – June.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 3' 0"–4' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


Baptisia x bicolor ‘Starlite’ (P-1438)
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Baptisia ‘Royal Purple’ full sun

Poised upon dramatic 1 ft. tall spires, ‘Royal Purple’s ample dark violet blossoms exhibit the deepest, most opulent purple coloration of all the trialed Baptisia cultivars at Delaware’s highly acclaimed Mt. Cuba Center. This impressive Chicagoland introduction boasts a bumblebee haven of blooms, plus an attractive shrub-like habit with tailored blue-green foliage, lengthy seasonal interest and a virtually pest free vigor. (PPAF)

Blooms May–June.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 3' 0"–4' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


Baptisia ‘Royal Purple’ (P-1831)
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Baptisia ‘Solar Flare’ full sun
<i>Baptisia</i> ‘Solar Flare’

Distinctive for its lemon yellow flowers blushing an array of rich orange and violet hues as they mature, ‘Solar Flare’ lends sunny charisma to any border. The copious blooms are held on tall spikes well above dapper blue-green leaves, which frame a stylish vase-shaped habit with a broad dense head.

A complex hybrid of Baptisia tinctoria, alba and australis developed by Dr. Jim Ault, this fabulous, new bicolored cultivar demonstrates un-bridled vigor and makes an uplifting complementary statement alongside Asclepias ‘Soulmate’. (pp#20,408)

Blooms late May – June.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 4' 0"–4-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 4.


Baptisia ‘Solar Flare’ (P-1642)
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Baptisia x variicolor ‘Twilite’ full sun

Hosting roughly 100 bicolored flowering stems in just 3 years time, this Dr. Jim Ault cross between australis and spaerocarpa exudes vitality galore. The attractive, bushy blue-green pedestal hoists 32 in. tall spikes studded with umpteen dark coppery purple blooms enhanced by lemon-yellow keels. Marvelous in bud with bright green calyxes and buttery tips, and later infused with violet as the blossoms age, ‘Twilite’s unique floral hues make a toasty counterpoint to its cool-toned foliage that looks neat all season. (PPAF)

Blooms late May – June

Size: 3' 0"–5' 0" high x 4' 0"–5' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Beesia

Beesia deltophylla partial shade  shade lover
False Bugbane

A fabulous Dan Hinkley introduction, from a 1998 Sichuan Province collecting trip, False Bugbane sports slender spikes of dainty white flowers poised above dapper heart-shaped leathery foliage with a marooninfused lacquer-like sheen. The low growing evergreen rosette slowly forms a splendid undemanding ground cover that is further enhanced by intriguing venation, softly toothed foliar margins and purplish brown petioles. Beesia deltophylla belongs to the Buttercup family and is well-suited for the woodlands or underneath high canopies, where it glimmers amid companions such as Corydalis, Cyclamen or Ferns and revels in moist but not soggy compost-enriched soil.

Blooms May–June.

Size: 18" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Beesia deltophylla (P-1795)
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Begonia

Hardy Begonia


Begonia grandis ssp. evansiana ‘Alba’ partial shade  new plant

This fetching winter-hardy tuberous Begonia has lots to toot its horn about. The mounded, gleaming green clump presents attractive, large angel-wing leaves sporting red veins, branched stems with cardinal-hued nodes and exquisite panicles of yellow-centered white flowers. A perfect companion for fellow shade dwellers like Pulmonarias and Impatiens omeiana, ‘Alba’ appears late spring, requiring mulch in cold winter locales and slightly acidic, well-drained moisture-retentive soil.

Blooms July–September

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 12"–18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Begonia grandis ssp. evansiana ‘Alba’ (P-1924)
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Begonia grandis ‘Heron’s Pirouette’ partial shade <i>Begonia grandis</i> ‘Heron’s Pirouette’
<i>Begonia grandis</i> ‘Heron’s Pirouette’

Though the polished triangular foliage resembles the species, it was the masses of deep pink, nearly 12 in. long flower clusters, pirouetting with a dancer’s grace that caught Dan Hinkley’s keen eye during a 1997 Japanese expedition. Draped on slender pendulous stems, the richly hued flowers, highlighted by lavender accents, deliver a splendid nonstop performance from June until fall; later warm pink seed heads provide a midautumn encore.

Relishing well-drained soil and bright shade, this delicate-looking hardy Begonia is a sterling choice for a container or for massing as a bedding plant.

Blooms June – early October.

Size: 15" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Begonia sutherlandii partial shade
<i>Begonia sutherlandii</i>

A hardy denizen of Kwazulu-Natal in South Africa, this exotic-looking tuberous Begonia sends up jagged-edged bright green foliage beneath a lovely cascade of clear orange flowers supported by pale red stems. The alluring summer long display complements Viola ‘Silver Gem’ or Saxifrage ‘Maroon Beauty’.

Blooms June-August

Size: 6" high x 18" wide. Zone 7/8.


Begonia sutherlandii (P-0727)
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Bergenia

Pigsqueak

You can experience how this no-trouble rhizomatous ground cover earned its common name if, following a rain, you rub a leaf between your fingers—but it is Bergenia’s fine firm foliage mass and Saxifrage-like, waxy flowers that justifies its presence in the garden. With bold, rounded outlines, the great, glossy, and nearly evergreen, rich green leaves are a handsome backdrop for dense heads of lovely spring blooms that rise above the cabbagelike rosette on stalwart, red-tinted stems.

In winter, leaves become tinged with burgundy and are most welcome in holiday arrangements. Bergenia endures neglect, poor soil and some drought, but performs best in part shade.


Bergenia ‘Bach’ full sun  partial shade  new plant

A 1972 Eric Smith hybrid raised at Britain’s Hadspen House, this rarely offered Bergenia emphasizes arresting contrast. Enhanced by rose-blushed centers, flamboyant red calyces and hefty burgundy-hued stalks, the massive, densely set flower heads initially develop a soft pink coloration, which dramatically matures to white above thick deep green leaves. The tailored evergreen clump can be planted in drifts as an easily grown ground cover, broadcasting bold lustrous texture plus warm coppery red winter highlights.

Blooms April–May

Size: 16" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 3.


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Bergenia ‘Bressingham Ruby’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Bergenia</i> ‘Bressingham Ruby’

Amidst a compact base of lustrous greenery, glistening deep rosy red Hyacinth-like blooms herald the spring and later, leaves transmute bronzed wine tints that warm winters’ somber landscape. With its tidy habit, this gem is well-suited for edging a path or for gracing a container at any time of year. (PP#7344)

Blooms April–May.

Size: 16" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Bergenia ‘Bressingham White’ full sun  partial shade <i>Bergenia</i> ‘Bressingham White’
<i>Bergenia</i> ‘Bressingham White’

Distinguished for the pure white color of its mature blossoms, its amazing floriferous nature, and for its leafy robustness, ‘Bressingham White’ was bred by British horticulturist Alan Bloom. To create an eye-catching contrast of color and texture, combine this Bergenia’s broad leaves with the ferny foliage of Corydalis ‘Blue Panda’.

Blooms April–May.

Size: 12"–15" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


Bergenia ‘Bressingham White’ (P-1170)
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Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winterglut’ full sun  partial shade  new plant
Winter Glow Bergenia

This superb prismatic cultivar claims its name with eye-catching, red painted winter foliage that chases the chill from a December day and warms a holiday wreath. The thick, slow spreading rosettes of beefy, heart-style polished leaves launch showy magenta-red flowers perched on steadfast stalks. Vaunting color aplenty, nearly 4-season appeal and an adaptable valiant bearing, ‘Winter Glow’ can be added to the rockery or a border’s front lines.

Blooms April–May

Size: 18" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 4.


Bergenia cordifolia ‘Winterglut’ (P-1563)
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Bergenia ‘Magic Giant’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Bergenia</i> ‘Magic Giant’

Big varnished rosettes of thick, extra large rounded evergreen foliage beams purplish bronze colors that indeed work magic on a bleak winter landscape. A verdant foil the rest of the year, dark green leaves reach up to a foot long and 9 in. across, while supporting dense rosy pink flower clusters, defined by red centers, white stamens and open starry faces on stout wine-hued stems. Bedazzled with jewel tones and texture galore, this hybrid Bergenia crafts an exceptional, easy care ground cover for moist poorly drained banks, stream sides or borders.

Blooms April–May

Size: 16" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 3.


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Bergenia ‘Pink Dragonfly’ full sun  partial shade

Though this cultivar is more diminutive than our other Bergenia selections, its year-round allure is huge. Narrow jade green leaves compile a gleaming evergreen base that launches lovely clusters of bright pink flowers, looking a bit like cherry blossoms, on thick burgundy-tinted stems. Introduced by German-born Anne Eskuche, ‘Pink Dragonfly’s enticements extend far beyond the perfectly proportioned blooms as unique plum red shades morph the foliage into a colorful winter spectacle.

Blooms April–May.

Size: 12"–15" high x 12"–18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Bergenia ‘Rosi Klose’ full sun  partial shade

Highly regarded by British plantswoman Beth Chatto for their lovely presentation, the salmon-tinged rosy pink Hyacinth-like floral bells ring in spring with open flared mouths above a tight-knit smaller-sized foundation of gleaming spoon-shaped foliage. ‘Rosi Klose’s profuse uniquely hued blooms and verdant trouble-free disposition can enhance the rockery, a stone wall or pond’s edge.

Blooms April–May

Size: 12" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Bletilla


Bletilla striata ‘Soryu’ partial shade  new plant
Blue Dragon Terrestrial Orchid

Discovered years ago in Japan’s Wakayama region and plagued by rumors of being too temperamental, this highly refined seed grown terrestrial Orchid is still hard to find, but easy to grow. Attractive ribbed Iris-like leaves and slow spreading rhizomes produce an appealing medium green clump that promotes enchanting Cattleya-shaped blue-violet blossoms with wide open mouths and ornately pleated floral pouches. A beacon of sophistication for containers or jewel-box plantings, ‘Soryu’ appreciates dappled shade, heavy winter mulch plus well-drained evenly moist sites, while abiding occasional drought.

Blooms April–July

Size: 15"–2' 0" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Bletilla striata ‘Soryu’ (P-1922)
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Boltonia

Thousand-Flowered Aster


Boltonia asteroides ‘Snowbank’ full sun
<i>Boltonia asteroides</i> ‘Snowbank’

This natural beauty sports a just-blown-in appearance, forming a big billowy mass of small white daisy-shaped flowers and tasteful linear gray-green foliage. Innumerable yellow-eyed ‘asteroides’ shoot straight up on tall sturdy stems that seldom need staking and assert a strong vertical element. Cold hardy ‘Snowbank’ can be associated with Helenium ‘Rubinzwerg’, Kniphofia ‘Yellow Cheer’ and Helianthus ‘Dakota Queen’ for a big boisterous late season gathering.

Blooms August–October.

Size: 4' 0"–5' 0" high x 3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Brunnera

Brunnera

Siberian Bugloss

Handsome and undemanding, this ground cover forms large, tidy basal clumps of long-petioled, broad foliage, and displays charming vivid blue flowers that begin blooming in early spring and persist through Memorial Day. Preferring some shade and moisture, Brunnera is at home by water's edge, en masse in the border, or as a filler between newly planted shrubs.


Brunnera macrophylla partial shade

Lush heart-shaped, 5 in. wide dark green foliage plus wiry branched stems waving tiny intensely blue flowers with yellow eyes beg you to think “forget-me-not”. This solidly colored verdant departure from its variegated cousins brings tasteful leafy texture to shady borders or woodland gardens.

Blooms mid-February–June

Size: 12"–15" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Brunnera macrophylla ‘Dawson’s White’ partial shade
<i>Brunnera macrophylla</i> ‘Dawson’s White’

Boldly patterned with broad snowy white margins and green centers, ‘Dawson’s White’ fashions a striking variegation that is further heightened by its endearing, forget-me-not–like azure-blue flowers. An illustrious addition for the shadows, this Brunnera likes it cool and moist, and needs protection from too much sun or hot, dry winds.

Blooms mid-February–June.

Size: 15" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Brunnera macrophylla ‘Hadspen Cream’ partial shade
<i>Brunnera macrophylla</i> ‘Hadspen Cream’

Not all variegated plants can boast the sophisticated beauty displayed by this British introduction’s lovely foliage. It features felted, heart-shaped, pale green leaves, each emarginated with an irregular, rich cream-colored swath. Delicate sprays of starry blue flowers dance above on graceful stems, offering a soothing yet vibrant presence in a shady spot.

Blooms mid-February–June.

Size: 15" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ partial shade
<i>Brunnera macrophylla</i> ‘Jack Frost’

Awash in a mercury-like effulgence, broad heart-shaped leaves are etched by light green veins creating the most dramatic crackled ceramic pattern. ‘Jack Frost’s highly refined silvered persona offsets bronze, green and gold foliage, while sky-blue flowers add a playful lift.

A Walters Gardens’ introduction that originated from a ‘Langtrees’s sport, this Brunnera brings sterling accents to the darker corners of your garden.(pp#13859)

Blooms mid-February–June.

Size: 12"–15" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Brunnera macrophylla ‘Silver Wings’ partial shade

Encompassing each pewter-veiled leaf, a thin white margin illuminates this exceptional Brunnera ‘Langtrees’s sport introduced by Naylor Creek Gardens. Ample-sized, widely heart-shaped foliage has a central gray-green swath that separates the distinctive variegation and, in combination with the outlined edge, creates a winglike appearance. Tidy, vigorous and burn-resistant, the stylish gray frosted clump entertains plentiful clusters of long lasting, small wedgewood blue flowers. (pp#13706)

Blooms mid-February – June.

Size: 12"–15" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Bulbine

Bulbine frutescens full sun
Shrubby Bulbine
<i>Bulbine frutescens</i>

Reminiscent of an Aloe, this lush-looking Lily relative conceives a durable, yet attractive low succulent ground cover. Underground rhizomes give way to open fleshy rosettes of cylindrical, upright green leaves that are narrow and pointed. Alighting slender stems, triangular green buds unfurl long blooming dainty orange flowers with frilly yellow stamens from the bottom up.

An eye-catching South African evergreen, Bulbine frutescens requires little water and minimal care, though it enjoys a well-drained location and protection from cold winter nights.

Blooms April – August.

Size: 12"–2' 0" high x 3' 0"–4' 0" wide. Zone 9/10.


Bulbine frutescens (P-1644)
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Bulbinella


Bulbinella nutans full sun  partial shade

Hailing from South Africa’s Cape Province, this Asphodeline relative grows during the winter and is summer dormant. A bright green lustrous clump of channeled and grassy deciduous foliage celebrates long blooming, perfect-for-cutting, sunny yellow flowers. Described by numerous starlike florets, opening from the bottom up on erect cone-shaped racemes, the unfurled blossoms skirt beneath tight green buds and look a bit like ballerinas in frilly tutus alighting slender curving stems.

Most dramatic when planted en masse with Geranium harveyi and Euphorbia myrsinites, Bulbinella nutans is superb for naturalizing in a sunny, well drained, low-maintenance border where it can be kept dry during the summer, at which time its old leaves can be pulled off.

Blooms February–March.

Size: 2' 0"–3' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 8.


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Calamintha

Calamint

Our floriferous Calamintha selections feature tiny 2-lipped blooms on long cymes and round mint-scented leaves with toothed margins. Undeterred by heat, drought or meddlesome deer, this species should be ensconced along well-drained pathways or steps to easily savor its pleasant fragrance.


Calamintha nepeta ‘Montrose White’ full sun

With a light-on-its-feet stance, this resilient new cultivar is a vast improvement over the species, boasting nonstop bloom and a tidy mounding habit that never flops. Small softly green, mint-scented leaves bolster large terminal spires of crisp white flowers from June ‘til the first frost. Undeterred by heat, drought or meddlesome deer, ‘Montrose White’s fine textured good looks are just right for an herb planting, a mixed border or a cottage garden.

Blooms June – October.

Size: 12"–15" high x 12"–15" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Camassia

Wild Hyacinth

Camassia leichtlinii ‘Blue Danube’ full sun  partial shade
Wild Hyacinth

A native of the American West, Wild Hyacinth's slender spikes of dark blue flowers are brightened by a clutch of yellow stamens as they rise from straplike basal foliage. Unlike most bulbs, ‘Blue Danube’ relishes moisture and will even tolerate clay, providing it gets plenty of sun. Its ethereal starriness naturalizes superbly in the wild garden with Geranium ‘Katherine Adele’.

Blooms May–June.

Size: 18" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula

Bellflower

The definitive bellflower, Campanulas melt your heart as they ring in the summer. The genus includes nearly 300 species, from dainty miniatures to stalwart uprights; we can’t resist using them in almost every garden design. Campanulas prefer filtered sun inland, full sun on the coast.


Campanula alliariifolia full sun  partial shade
Ivory Bells
<i>Campanula alliariifolia</i>

Highly touted by Graham Stuart Thomas, who once referred to it as a “picture of poise and beauty,” this vigorous, clump-forming Campanula hosts a multitude of imposing one-sided spires, densely set with creamy white bells from top to bottom. The 2 in., nodding blooms sport prominent calyxes and elegantly illuminate the handsome, long-petioled heart-shaped foliage below.

Blooms July–August.

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula ‘Birch Hybrid’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Campanula</i> ‘Birch Hybrid’

In light of the notion that “new” is not always better, there’s nothing like welcoming back a hard working old friend. Large showy lavender-blue bells flower freely, nodding on graceful 8 in. stems above tidy low mounds of toothed, crisp green foliage. Visually cooling brickwork, small rocks or stone paving in bright sunny spots, this carefree Campanula can be paired with Dianthus ‘Charles Musgrave’ or pink flowering Saponaria x oliviana.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 6" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula carpatica var. turbinata full sun
<i>Campanula carpatica</i> var. <i>turbinata</i>

All the way from the Carpathian Mountains comes this lively Campanula with winsome mounds of saw-toothed bright green foliage. A profusion of cup-shaped, papery blue flowers face the sky and embellish any rock garden or border.

Blooms late July–September.

Size: 6" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula garganica ‘Dickson’s Gold’ partial shade
<i>Campanula garganica</i> ‘Dickson’s Gold’

Cool your summer garden with the fresh colors of spring. In partial shade, the vibrant golden foliage and plentiful clear-water blue flowers of ‘Dickson’s Gold’ will literally glow with life. For even more delectable blue, plant with Salvia forsskaolii in the rockery or along a wall.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 6" high x 20" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Campanula glomerata ‘Caroline’ full sun  partial shade
Clustered Bellflower

Featured in lovely rounded heads, showy pastel-hued flowers surmount stocky upright stems loosely attired with small sessile leaves. Each long lasting cluster houses up to 15 small blooms, described by deep mauve tips, aged pale blushed petals and newer more saturated amethyst pink ones for a distinctive two-toned effect. Large long-petioled foliage–hairy, toothed, and ovate-shaped– form a verdant slowly spreading basal clump that relishes even moisture and exhibits more heat tolerance than most glomerata species. Rarely offered and easily cultivated, ‘Caroline’ can be associated with pink blooming Persicaria ‘Dimity’.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 12"–18" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 3.


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Campanula ‘Kent Belle’ full sun

Large, waxy dark violet-blue flowers hang like lanterns on 3 to 4 ft. stems above glossy basal foliage. We plant this quick colonizing offspring of Campanula takesimana among other vigorous perennials such as Kniphofia ‘Bressingham Sunbeam’ at the front of the border.

Blooms June–October.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula lactiflora ‘Loddon Anna’ full sun
<i>Campanula lactiflora</i> ‘Loddon Anna’

Blowsy branching heads of soft pink bellflowers crown sturdy stems lined in pointed leaves, and with Boltonia ‘Snowbank’ nearby create a perfect duet for harmony and support. We love this plant just as much in winter when we pull back the mulch to see its crisp, fleshy white buds slumbering away the cold months.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula lactiflora ‘Prichard’s Variety’ full sun
<i>Campanula lactiflora</i> ‘Prichard’s Variety’

‘Prichard’s Variety’ is really quite a beauty, a classic border plant distinguished by an elegant profile. Abundant large, dome-shaped clusters of vibrant violet-blue flowers, brightened by a white center, crown the stout, branching stalks and verdant leaves.

Saponaria ‘Max Frei’ is a lively companion for this Campanula’s flowers and Achillea ‘Fireland’ adds warm red tones.

Blooms mid-July–September.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula lactiflora ‘White Pouffe’ full sun  partial shade

A diminutive leafy mound of soft-looking fresh greenery with toothed margins cushions enchanting outward facing pure white, clustered bell flowers that bees and hummingbirds adore. Selected by revered plantsman Alan Bloom, ‘White Pouffe’s well-groomed compact character can be easily nestled into the frontlines of a border or atop a wall next to Phlox ‘Mini Pearl’ for foliar contrast and pearl-hued blooms.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 12"–15" high x 15"–18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula latiloba ‘Alba’ full sun  partial shade

This elegant Campanula forms a tidy mound of deep green evergreen rosettes that hugs the ground. Stiff, flowering stems, in no need of staking, rise midsummer, displaying a multitude of ridged, creamy chartreuse buds. The abundant, snow-white, star-shaped flowers, each accented by three curled white anthers, are perfect for the white garden, especially against Phlox ‘David’.

Blooms July–August.

Size: 2-1/2' high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula portenschlagiana full sun  partial shade
Dalmatian Bellflower
<i>Campanula portenschlagiana</i>

Hailing from Croatia’s Dalmatian Mountains, this natty AGMwinner sets loose a lovely flood of 5-petaled bellstyle violet-blue flowers perched on wiry short branching stems. Small rounded dark green leaves form a closeknit, nearly evergreen mat beneath the long blooming summer display. With charm to spare, Campanula portenschlagiana’s low growing habit tackles heat if there’s adequate moisture, tumbles down slopes or containers and softens any rock’s hard edges.

Blooms June – September.

Size: 7"–12" high x 12"–2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula poscharskyana ‘Blue Waterfall’ full sun  partial shade
Serbian Bellflower
<i>Campanula poscharskyana</i> ‘Blue Waterfall’

A cascading river of blue-violet, star-shaped blooms emanates from this low-to the-ground, vigorous beauty. Opening from pointy ribbed buds, each soothing, cool-colored flower is highlighted by a subtle white eye, amid good-looking toothed foliage that is darker and more tidy than the species. ‘Blue Waterfall’ is tailor-made for tumbling over walls or creeping along steps, can handle some drought once established and is basically trouble free. (pp#13161)

Blooms June–October.

Size: 8"–10" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula poscharskyana ‘E. H. Frost’ full sun  partial shade

This pre-glasnost Yugoslav émigré is a deservedly popular ground cover. Starry sprays of frosty white bells cover a low mat that can venture over walls or colonize a rock garden.

Blooms May–July.

Size: 8" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula poscharskyana ‘Stella’ full sun  partial shade

This favorite of ours conjures images of a brilliant sky. The star-shaped blue-violet flowers open to reveal a white center that contrasts sharply with the deep green foliage. In a crevice or trailing over a rock wall with Geum ‘Beech House Apricot’, ‘Stella’s colors will contrast stellarly.

Blooms June – September.

Size: 6"–8" high x 20" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula punctata ‘Cherry Bells’ full sun  partial shade

Not one person has passed by this plant in our garden without stopping to admire its extraordinary bell-shaped cherry-red flowers, which are neatly edged in white. Brightened by pale, purple-spotted throats, they can extend over 3 in. If the timing is right, onlookers will also notice the unusual ridged buds, fastened by long, narrow green calyxes. The ample-sized, pendulous blooms and buds are especially striking against the backdrop of somewhat triangular, serrated green leaves.

Blooms July–mid-October.

Size: 20"–2' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula ‘Purple Sensation’ full sun  new plant

Droves of luscious nearly black buds unfurling pendulous, 3 in. long midnight purple bells above a compact mounded foundation make ‘Purple Sensation’ a coveted perennial. Introduced by Dutch nurseryman Mark van Kesteren, this sensational easy-care Campanula offers additional enticements: a noninvasive habit, well-branched stalks garbed with attractive heat tolerant foliage plus fanciful green calyces. (PP#16,027)

Blooms June–August

Size: 2' 0"–2-1/4' high x 2-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula ‘Sarastro’ full sun
Sarastro Bellflower

It’s hard to imagine how on earth ‘Kent Bells’ could be improved upon but that’s exactly what happened when this first-rate Campanula punctata and trachelium hybrid was introduced. Not as tall, more compact and slow to spread are all good reasons why ‘Sarastro’ should be invited into your garden, but then add glistening 2 in. dark violet-blue bells and it becomes simply indispensable.

Named for the Austrian nursery where it originated, this exceptional Bellflower boasts sturdy, 20 in. spikes laden with floral pendants that don’t need staking, and look downright gorgeous alongside yellow flowering Centaurea ruthenica.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 18"–20" high x 18"–2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Campanula sarmatica full sun
<i>Campanula sarmatica</i>

Gracing American gardens since the 1800s, this rarely offered, endangered Campanula fashions an attractive gray-green rosette of crinkled, arrow-shaped leaves, each with a rounded base, a somewhat fuzzy surface and long petioles. The dainty floriferous display of soft blue, flared bells borne on one-sided, upright racemes belies its rugged character.

A sun tolerant, clumping perennial, Campanula sarmatica’s quiet charm can be admired along a border’s edge or atop a wall accompanying Diascia ‘Coral Canyon’.

Blooms July–August.

Size: 16"–20" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula takesimana full sun  partial shade
<i>Campanula takesimana</i>

If fairies lived in flowers, they would certainly call this Korean Campanula home. White with hints of lilac on the outside and spotted maroon on the inside, the 2 in. lanternlike flowers lighten even the darkest of days. With reddish stems and large deep green basal foliage, this perennial spreads easily and can be grown in full sun on the coast.

Blooms July–September.

Size: 18" high x 2' 0" & spreading; hardy to zone 5.


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Campanula trachelium ‘Bernice’ full sun  partial shade

Profusions of showy violet-blue flowers, their delicate layers of petals opening widely, embellish strong leafy stems above a neat mound of jagged-edged basal foliage. An excellent choice for the rock garden, tuck ‘Bernice’ in a crevice with gray-leafed Salvia ‘Bee’s Bliss’ nearby.

Blooms June–July.

Size: 18" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Cardiocrinum

Himalayan Lily

Cardiocrinum giganteum var. yunnanense partial shade

Everything about this fantastic subalpine Chinese native is BIG! Enormous bulbs stockpile their stamina for nearly seven years before launching 10 to 15 ft. tall, hollow black-infused flowering stems, loosely clad in glossy leaves. An elegant gathering of pendulous, 10 in. long creamy white, trumpet-like blooms with reddish purple-streaked throats and a delectable fragrance crowns the energy charged treelike stalks.

Below, handsome thick, heart-shaped foliage that measures about 10 in. across and 18 in. long forges a large green basal rosette. The Giant Himalayan Lily possesses a long lasting dramatic stance, even in autumn, when decorative fruit capsules transmute warm chestnut hues and split open, pouring their countless silky seeds upon the garden.

After flowering the plant sadly perishes, but smaller bulbs ensure an extraordinary encore in a couple of years.

Blooms late June–mid-August.

Size: 15' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 7.


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Caryopteris

Bluebeard

Shrouded in a blue mist from midsummer until frost, these woody, shrublike perennials proclaim an Asian heritage and Verbena relations. Aromatic and paired, the deciduous foliage is attired with dense clusters of tantalizing whorled flowers enhanced by showy extended stamens. An excellent choice for a shrubby bed, mixed border or open bank, their cool colors complement the warmer tones of late season blooms. Prized by bees and butterflies, sun-loving Caryopteris tolerates some drought and demands good drainage.


Caryopteris incana full sun
Common Bluebeard
<i>Caryopteris incana</i>

This shrubby perennial is valued for its ability to handle a dry site, but definitely proves itself indispensable when masses of its deep blue-violet flowers put on a spectacular show. Enveloping stiff upright stems, the richly colored blooms are long lasting in the garden and in arrangements as well. Handsome, grayish green felted leaves emit a pleasing medicinal scent as they cloak Common Bluebeard’s looser, more open profile.

Blooms mid-August–October.

Size: 3' 0"–5' 0" high x 4' 0" wide; hardy to zone 7.


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Centaurea

Knapweed

Centaurea’s heritage extends all the way back to ancient Greek mythology when Achilles’s wise teacher, Chiron the Centaur was wounded by one of Hercules’ poisoned arrows and subsequently cured by this herb’s miraculous healing powers.

Equally at home in a present day border or a more naturalized setting, our hardy undemanding selections paint a bright picture inside as well. The long lasting boisterous blooms are celebrated cut flowers, bringing high-spirited accents to both fresh and dried arrangements.

Appreciative of well draining “sweet” soil, the ever amenable Knapweed withstands some drought, but not wet, wintertime feet.


Centaurea atropurpurea full sun

Milling about the mountainous meadows of Europe’s Carpathian Range, this garden rarity spotlights large ruby red thistle-styled blooms bolstered by impressively tall sturdy stems. Even before the marvelous flowers appear, intricately detailed buds with brown-tipped green scales and curvy white spines beg a closer glance. A delicate-looking rosette of long feathery leaves—silver-gray and narrowly cut—completes the picture, while yellow blooming Centaurea ruthenica makes an ideal companion.

Blooms June – August.

Size: 4' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Centaurea hypoleuca ‘John Coutts’ full sun
<i>Centaurea hypoleuca</i> ‘John Coutts’

Cradled by silvery, paper-thin bracts, a vivacious summertime showing of deep rose-pink thistlelike blooms with pale centers promises a fall encore when deadheaded regularly.

Long green leaves—deeply divided, lobed and powdery white beneath—line stiff-backed stems, bolstering the fragrant high energy performance.

A magnet for butterflies and gardeners alike, this carefree Centaurea exhibits a compact, not-so-tall profile that can be featured atop a wall or near the border’s front, obliges dry soils and keeps us coming back well after the flowers have faded to relish its long lasting, decorative seed heads.

Blooms July–August.

Size: 2' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Centaurea macrocephala full sun
Great Golden Knapweed
<i>Centaurea macrocephala</i>

An overgrown, sun-struck relative of the Bachelor Button, this “big-headed” native of the Caucasus Mountains has so many good qualities you’ll soon be inviting it into your garden. A medium green, rowdy mass of oversized, wavy-edged lanceolate leaves attached to stout stems gives way to intriguing, rust-colored buds as big as a chicken’s egg.

Scaled by papery bracts, the bud’s rotund profile opens to offer a large, bright yellow thistle, a cheerful mop of threadlike petals bursting with sunshine and color. Back this easy-to-grow cut flower with Cotinus ‘Grace’ and surround it with Nepeta ‘Pool Bank’.

Blooms late July–mid-September.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 2-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Centaurea montana ‘Black Sprite’ full sun  new plant

Coveted by florists, bees and butterflies, the silken starburst of finely fringed blackberry-colored petals plus embroidered dark buds creates a stylish contrast against silver-haired gray-green lanceolate foliage. ‘Black Sprite’s exotic, long blooming tubular flowers sojourn on upright stems above a low growing leafy mound that tolerates dry conditions once established, prefers good drainage and slightly alkaline soil as well as a periodic cut back. (pp #23,250)

Blooms May–June

Size: 18" high x 18"–2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 3.


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Centaurea montana ‘Jordy’ full sun

Ringed with spidery ultra-fringed tubular florets, the dark-as-midnight blooms are presented singularly, strutting sumptuous reddish purple shades on tall staunch stems. Black embroidered buds, intriguing seed heads and silver felted new growth further enhance the tidy clump of broadly lanceolate green leaves that sport minute pearly hairs. A fan of lean chalky sites, this fanciful bloomer appreciates periodic pruning and works best as a filler in a Mediterranean planting, cottage garden or a naturalized setting, where it will bring on the bees, butterflies and other admirers.

Blooms May–June.

Size: 18" high x 18"–2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 3.


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Centaurea pulcherrima full sun
Pink Bachelor Button

Touted as one of the prettiest species of the genus, Centaurea pulcherrima celebrates brilliant rose-colored flowers with silvery yellow bracts unfurling from large papery buds. This rarely offered robust perennial hosts handsome narrow pinnate grayish green leaves with hairy white undersides. Endemic to the Caucasus Mountains, Pink Bachelor Button makes a sterling prospect for stone walls, sun bathed rock gardens or even a bouquet.

Blooms June–August

Size: 16" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Centaurea ruthenica full sun
<i>Centaurea ruthenica</i>

“A border flower of the highest merit,” is how British horticulturist, William Robinson once described this awe-inspiring Centaurea, and we couldn’t agree more! Crowning long straight green stems, the fluffy thistle-style heads in unique pale citron yellows and tissue-thin buff-colored bracts will attract more than a few admirers. These ample-sized, sublime-for-cutting blooms heighten a graceful ferny pedestal of rich green pointed leaves with gray undersides, narrow silhouettes and a refined countenance. Appreciative of adequately draining soil, the ever amenable Knapweed withstands some drought, but not wet winter feet.

Blooms July–September.

Size: 3' 0"–4' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Centranthus


Centranthus ruber ‘Pretty Betsy’ full sun
Red Valerian

From the ruins of Europe and the chalky cliffs of Dover to your garden’s refuge, this age-old Mediterranean perennial is second-to-none for long showy summertime bloom. Clothed with glaucous and paired, stem-less blue-green leaves that the Sicilians once savored in their salads, the handsome bushy clump entices us with minute, deep carmine-red fragrant florets densely arranged in domed, cut-flower-perfect terminal clusters.

Whether it’s situated on slopes, amid stone walls, terrace cracks or the border, the boldly colored Red Valerian can endure most conditions except damp shade, and especially thrives in alkaline soil with little or moderate moisture. A good pruning ensures a repeat bloom, maintains a pleasing shape and prevents self-seeding.

Blooms June – October.

Size: 2' 0"–3' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Cephalaria

The most garden-worthy plants of this versatile genus, which includes 65 species of annuals, biennials and perennials, all bearing pincushion flower heads, are valued for their stature and distinctively textured foliage. Amenable and undemanding perennials with a graceful air, our selections work equally well as specimens or as a swath meandering through the landscape.


Cephalaria galpiniana full sun

Cephalaria galpiniana is unique among other species in the genus for its attractive, ferny green basal mound comprised of long, narrow ultra-chiseled toothed leaves and succulent stems. Buoyant creamy yellow pincushion-styled flowers are presented on supple 18 in. green stalks for a carefree summer showing. Smaller statured than its towering cousin, Cephalaria gigantea, this seldom offered perennial can be situated closer to the frontlines, where its relaxed stance and easily melded colors effectively offset broad or gray foliage and bolder-hued flowers.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 12"–15" wide; hardy to zone 7.


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Cephalaria gigantea full sun
<i>Cephalaria gigantea</i>

This magnificent plant has flat Scabiosa-like primrose-yellow flowers supported by wiry, striped stems and a basal clump of dark green, pinnately lobed foliage. An easy, undemanding perennial, Cephalaria gigantea brings a graceful air to any garden and when given room to grow, we guarantee you’ll be impressed.

Blooms June–August.

Size: 6' 0" high x 4' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Cirsium

Thistle

Cirsium rivulare ‘Atropurpureum’ full sun
Giant Thistle
<i>Cirsium rivulare</i> ‘Atropurpureum’

Of all the garden worthy thistles, this intensely colored Cirsium is the most coveted. Elevated on upright, branched leafy stems, the densely packed dark crimson flowers have a tidy symmetrical appearance, while beckoning pollinating insects and birds or enhancing cut arrangements. Prickly narrow cut green leaves form a slowly spreading clump that appreciates moisture and works well in a natural-style planting, especially when associated with other opulent blooming perennials like Papaver ‘Patty’s Plum’ or Astrantia ‘Moulin Rouge’.

Blooms July – September.

Size: 4' 0" high x 20"–2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Cirsium rivulare ‘Trevor’s Blue Wonder’ full sun

While calling this chipper pincushion-like flower “blue” is a bit of a stretch, its saturated heather purple color is sure to please. The vivid nectar-rich blossoms are a pollinator’s delight, sojourning on upright slender stems that rise from narrow green leaves laced with a subtle silver sheen.

Blooms July–September

Size: 4' 0" high x 20"–2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Codonopsis

Asian Bellflower


Codonopsis clematidea full sun  partial shade

This twining, dainty member of the Campanula family reveals a quiet beauty and hidden treasures. Inside each nodding, urn-shaped china blue flower is a remarkable tapestry of color: dark purple veins and maroon bands with orange at the base. Appreciative of a cool, well drained site, the upright gray-green clump eventually trails, and should be planted in a raised position above a wall or along garden steps so that you can admire the cloistered bloom colors.

Blooms June–July.

Size: 20" high x 20" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Coreopsis

Tickseed

The Coreopsis we offer are perennials. They share some characteristics with their annual cousins: they are dependable, easy to work with, and make a quick impact. Though they often play a supporting role, Coreopsis are performers you’ll remember when the show’s over, for foliage as much as for stellar flowers.


Coreopsis ‘Créme Brulée’ full sun
<i>Coreopsis</i> ‘Créme Brulée’

If Créme Brulée is your dessert of choice, consider satisfying your sweet tooth in a less caloric but equally delightful way. Originally discovered in Lois Woodhull’s Long Island garden, this new Blooms of Bressingham hybrid is parented by Coreopsis grandiflora and Coreopsis ‘Moonbeam’.

Neat ferny mounds serve as a dark green, threadleaf foil for large, butter yellow, luminous flowers. Delicately notched at each petal tip, the perky, long blooming daisies not only top the foliage but line the robust stems. To savor an array of color and texture, clump forming ‘Créme Brulée’ can be grouped with Verbascum ‘Flush of White’ and Eryngium ‘Sapphire Blue’. (PPAF)

Blooms late June–September.

Size: 20" high x 2' 0"–2-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Coreopsis tripteris full sun
Tall Tickseed
<i>Coreopsis tripteris</i>

This lofty North American native yields a sea of dark-centered yellow daisies dancing atop strong, upright stems, which branch high up and impart an airy stature. Tall Tickseed is easy to grow and is most at home in a meadowlike setting, juxtaposed with the blue blades of Panicum ‘Cloud Nine’ and purple flowered Aster turbinellus.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 7' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonbeam’ full sun

A year-round delight, ‘Moonbeam’ emerges in spring as an almost mossy mat; finely cut leaves evolve into fluffy foliage that supports billows of pale yellow-green star bursts. This unusual chartreuse complements almost any other color, though our favorite combination is Penstemon ‘Alice Hindley’ or Miscanthus sinensis ‘Rigoletto’. After its long show, the rust-tinted seed heads remain through fall. Use as a ground cover in the rock garden or border—sturdy ‘Moonbeam’ does it all.

Blooms June–September.

Size: 18" high x 20" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Coreopsis verticillata ‘Zagreb’ full sun  drought tolerant
Threadleaf Coreopsis

If you’ve tried some of the new Coreopsis introductions, but long for a blast from the past, you may be pleased to rediscover this tough-guy Coreopsis, whose finely cut, dense architectural form looks attractive even before the long lasting blooms appear. Dissected slender green leaves plus sturdy upright branching stems bolster a cheerful profusion of golden yellow daisies. Versatile, dependable and drought resilient, ‘Zagreb’ makes a colorful highly textured addition to the foreground, especially when flanked by Sidalcea ‘Elsie Heugh’.

Blooms July–September.

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Cortusa


Cortusa matthioli ssp. pekinensis partial shade

While its name does little to conjure a pleasing image, this demure perennial’s charm is easily conveyed. Populating the cool, moist streamsides and woodlands of Japan and northern China and closely akin to the Primula genus, Cortusa makes a pretty detail in a shady rock garden.

The dainty umbels are poised on 9 in. stems, spotlighting pendant, bell-shaped rosy purple flowers with white-ringed centers above a low growing, downy soft clump of broadly rounded, incised leaves.

Blooms April–June.

Size: 9" high x 10" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Corydalis

The closest relatives of this striking genus are the bleeding hearts. The Greek name, meaning “crested lark,” alludes to the graceful, birdlike appearance of the flowers, which grow in racemes among ferny foliage.


Corydalis ‘Blackberry Wine’ partial shade
<i>Corydalis</i> ‘Blackberry Wine’

Drink in the multitudes of pendulous, white-flecked flowers adorning this sweetly fragrant and richly hued, quick-to-establish Corydalis. These blooms really are the color of blackberry wine, and set against the fernlike, blue-green leaves, give a heady liveliness to the garden, especially when contrasted with the golden blades of Hakonechloa ‘All Gold’.

Blooms May–November.

Size: 10" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Corydalis ‘Blue Line ®’ partial shade  new plant

Exalted for its taller, more robust and long flowering visage, this exciting new Corydalis flexuosa and Corydalis elata cross was bred in France and recently introduced in England. Embodying the best qualities of both parents, ‘Blue Line’s vigorous fine cut foundation maintains a reliable summer presence, highlighting a honey-scented flood of white-throated, deep metallic blue blossoms on tall reddish tinted stems. The eye-catching flowers keep coming from spring ’til fall and create quite a fervor alongside Begonia ‘Alba’ and backed by bold-leafed Rodgersia ‘Bronze Form’.

Blooms May–September

Size: 15" high x 15" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Corydalis curviflora var. rosthornii ‘Blue Heron’ partial shade
<i>Corydalis curviflora</i> var. <i>rosthornii</i> ‘Blue Heron’

Keenly selected on a collecting trip to Sichuan, China by Dan Hinkley, ‘Blue Heron’ heralds the largest, darkest richly blue blooms of all our offerings. fine cut blue-green foliage graced with a gossamer-like delicacy showcases these fragrant sapphire-blue flowers. The refreshing cool colors command our attention amid fellow shade dweller Epimedium ‘Frohnleiten’.

Blooms April – June.

Size: 9" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Corydalis flexuosa ‘Blue Panda’ partial shade

Long after other Corydalis have gone dormant for the summer, ‘Blue Panda’ will brighten your garden with vibrant, electric blue blooms above a tidy mound of filigree textured foliage. Tuck it under the upright, vigorous stems of Euphorbia x robbiae and the white flowering Viburnum ‘Chiquita’ for a striking vignette.

Blooms May–November.

Size: 10" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Corydalis flexuosa ‘Pere David’ partial shade
<i>Corydalis flexuosa</i> ‘Pere David’

Perhaps the most vigorous of the flexuosa, this graceful Corydalis spreads by underground stems, forming good-sized colonies of neat, low-mounding foliage adorned with bright blue flowers on willowy stems.

Blooms February–July.

Size: 6"–8" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Corydalis flexuosa ‘Purple Leaf’ partial shade
<i>Corydalis flexuosa</i> ‘Purple Leaf’

With an intriguing royal purple hue infusing each leaf, this low clumping species is the earliest blooming Corydalis we offer, bearing smoky periwinkle-blue flowers throughout the winter in our garden. The lovely leaf color holds best in partial shade.

Blooms November–May.

Size: 10" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 4.


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Corydalis ochroleuca partial shade
<i>Corydalis ochroleuca</i>

Native to rocky woods and naturalized on old walls in Europe, this is one of the most beautiful foil plants for a shady garden. The lacy bluish green foliage and creamy white flowers with green lips and yellow throats add a delicate touch to crevices or walls. For more brightness, we combine this almost year-round bloomer with Campanula ‘Blue Waterfall’ and Brunnera ‘Silver Wings’.

Blooms June–October.

Size: 18" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Crambe

Giant Seakale


Crambe cordifolia full sun  partial shade

As it translates, “cabbage-like, heart-shaped foliage” is accurate but misses the big picture, and we mean big. Handsome, crisp green leaves, each measuring 12 to 14 in. long and wide, form a 2 to 3 ft. mound. A single stem nearly 3 ft. tall hosts a giant spray of tiny flowers, a loose haze of filigree in Paleolithic proportions. When cut, the fragrant blossom works like Baby’s Breath. Dynamic as a specimen or background plant, Crambe adds high drama, even humor, to any situation.

Blooms June–July.

Size: 3' 0" high x 2' 0"–3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


Crambe cordifolia (P-0053)
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Crocosmia

Crocosmia

Montbretia

Coveted by florists, these brightly colored flowers bloom along the length of tall, arching spikes, which emerge from handsome clumps of swordlike foliage. If given well drained soil and divided every two to three years, this fountain-shaped plant will continue to pour spectacular color into your garden for a long, long time.


Crocosmia ‘Burnt Umber’ full sun  partial shade

With henna-imbued green sword-shaped blades and richly tinted burnt reddish umber blooms, this floriferous Crocosmia celebrates salsa-style colors. The narrow-leafed elegantly arching clump gives way to dark mahogany buds and lavish quantities of starry, open-faced yellow-eyed flowers. Locate near companions such as Kniphofia ‘Wol’s Red Seedling’ and Geum ‘Blazing Sunset’ and enjoy the sizzle.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Carmine Brilliant’ full sun  partial shade

Dainty sprays of carmine colored flowers are a pleasing counterpoint to upright green foliage and bronzy green stems. A red-streaked yellow throat centers the open, pale tomato red face, while the outside of the petal is flushed with a richer red. The real jewel of ‘Carmine Brilliant’s crown, however, may be the stunning flower buds, which have a mustard colored band, a deep brick red tip and crimson-purple calyxes.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 20"–2' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Eastern Promise’ full sun  partial shade

This Crocosmia is full of promise as vivid orange buds, nestled in dark calyxes, begin to open. A vigorous clump of olive-green blades, warmly tinted in bronze hues, gives way to sprays of large, outfacing flowers, colored a sherbety yellow-orange on the inside and backed with deeper peach shades. Position beside blue blooming Aconitum and relish the spirited union of complementary colors.

Blooms August – September.

Size: 3-1/4' high x 2' 0"–2-1/2' wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Emberglow’ full sun  partial shade

This dazzling Alan Bloom creation is applauded for its sultry presentation of deep scarlet star-shaped blooms, which glow like embers on artfully arching stems. Flowering a little later and longer than ‘Lucifer’ with tidy, more compact green pleated foliage, ‘Emberglow’s nodding tubular flowers deliver flashy accents to Aster ‘Monch’ and Helenium ‘Sahin’s Early Flowerer’, while the decorative fruiting stalks are prized in cut arrangements.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2' 0"–3' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Emily McKenzie’ full sun  partial shade

Above a sea of bronze-toned foliage, dark purple calyxes highlight ‘Emily Mckenzie’s wide-open, yellowish orange flowers, and dramatic maroon markings decorate their pale orange centers. To enhance the stunning carousel of color, pair this robust beauty with Aster ‘Bill’s Big Blue’.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2-1/2' high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Emily McKenzie’ (P-0702)
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Crocosmia ‘Harlequin’ full sun  partial shade  new plant

The arching purple-imbued stems support a gorgeous presentation of bicolored blooms defined by orange inner throats and beaming yellow petals with red and marigold-colored flip sides. Yielding upright lance-shaped dark green leaves, this prismatic newly introduced Crocosmia cools down next to blue or violet-hued flowering plants such as Nepeta ‘Pool Bank’ and Lavandula ‘Buena Vista’.

Blooms August–September

Size: 2' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Harlequin’ (P-1879)
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Crocosmia ‘Lady Hamilton’ full sun  partial shade

Demure, lusciously colored apricot blossoms, with small dark red streaks in their throats and bright green calyxes line the branched flowering stems of the same color. Adorning upright, green Iris-like foliage, the long lasting blooms arrive late in summer and beckon another glance alongside Aster ‘Blue Danube’.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 3' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Limpopo’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Limpopo’

Relatively new on the scene, ‘Limpopo’ embellishes any late summer vignette when its tight clusters of wide-open, pretty coral-hued flowers with sunlit yellow throats unfurl. Pointed, green foliar blades form a dashing upright clump that offsets the uniquely colored blooms and their arching bronze-toned stems.

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Blooms August – September.

Size: 2-3/4' high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Limpopo’ (P-1591)
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Crocosmia ‘Little Redhead’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Little Redhead’

We have David Tristram to thank for this richly colored, long blooming Crocosmia. Each stunning flower bud features a crimson-purple calyx, a mustard-hued band and a deep red tip. Along graceful stems, the easily viewed, outward-facing, tomato-red blooms brightened by sunny yellow throats are spaced just right to heighten the fervid, floral spectacle.

Easily tucked into a small-sized garden in front of Salvia ‘Black and Blue’, ‘Little Redhead’ spices things up, while its composed, bladed greenery keeps a lower profile than our other Crocosmia offerings.

Blooms August–early October.

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Lucifer’

The fiery fountain of open blooms, borne in a bold upright fashion, along a single side of its wiry purple-tinted stem, will burn this excellent cut flower into your heart. A valiant forest of stiffly pleated green sword-like foliage tempers the hot display. Give ‘Lucifer’ his due by showing off his devilishly fine color next to Campanula lactiflora ‘Pritchard’s Variety’.

Blooms February–March

Size: 4' 0"–4-1/2' high x 2-1/2'–3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Lucifer’ (P-0469)
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Crocosmia ‘Météore’ full sun  partial shade

Bred in 1887 by French nurseryman and hybridizer Victor Lemoine, ‘Météore’ showers the garden with large warm-hued flowers. Broad rounded petals have red-streaked, burnt orange backsides, while a cinnabar throat and cozy orange and amber colors enhance the interior. And if the abundant lively blooms aren’t reason enough to usher this Crocosmia into your garden, there’s more—tangerine-tinted buds, purple calyxes and a verdant clump of sword-shaped upright leaves.

Blooms August – September.

Size: 2' 0"–2-1/4' high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 0.


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Crocosmia ‘Mistral’ full sun  partial shade  new plant

Hailing from the Dutch nursery Langedijk, this floriferous hybrid Croscosmia closely resembles Crocosmia masoniorum more so than its other parent, Crocosmia paniculata. Blade-like ribbed green leaves forge a tasteful forest, unleashing remarkable upturned sprays of toasty yellow-throated red blooms perched on narrow arching stems. A top-notch addition to cottage gardens, borders or coastal plantings, ‘Mistral’s flowers bewitch the butterflies and emblazon perennials such as Dahlia ‘Bishop Of York’, Monarda ‘Jacob Cline’ and Helenium ‘Zimbelstern’.

Blooms August–September

Size: 2' 0"–3' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Mistral’ (P-1927)
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Crocosmia ‘Okavango’ full sun  partial shade

A fantastic relatively new Bob Brown introduction, this distinctive Crocosmia bears the name of its native haunts, South Africa‘s Okavango River. Big broad green blades launch a flashy display of large peachy orange flowers, reminiscent of summertime fruit, crowded together on staunch stems. In addition to their luscious hue, the easily enjoyed outward facing blooms feature broad rounded petals, yellowish throats and extended stamens. ‘Okavango’ can be planted near Agapanthus ‘Storm Cloud’ for a lively floral presentation.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2' 0"–3' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Red King’ full sun  partial shade

Heralding a passionate array of toasty colors, this smaller sized cultivar was selected by British gardener John Fitt and introduced in 1929. Hearty, lance-shaped green leaves support a multitude of sizzling salsa-red, star-styled blooms, which showcase luminous yellow centers fringed with darker tangerine shades.

Blooms August – September.

Size: 2' 0" high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Solfaterre’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Solfaterre’

This selection will make your mouth water with smoky bronze foliage, butter yellow flowers, and dark chocolate calyxes. The strong upright leaves add a linear dimension to the border, and contrast beautifully with finer textured plants such as Salvia reptans.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Solfaterre’ (P-0516)
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Crocosmia ‘Star of the East’ full sun  partial shade

With blooms larger than most other Crocosmias, ‘Star of the East’ evokes images of an illuminated sky and boasts slightly nodding, 3-½ in. flowers, which are indeed star-shaped and brilliant. Well above green swordlike foliage, amidst burnt orange buds and clay-colored calyxes, each choice flat-faced bloom shines brightly with dusky orange on the outside, soft orange inside, and a cream-colored center.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2-1/2'–3' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Voyager’ full sun  partial shade

Deemed one of the best sunshine-colored Crocosmias, ‘Voyager’ boasts large 2-½ in. flat-faced bright yellow flowers whose slightly rounded petals curl back with age. The positively cheerful blooms ride a green sea of vigorous upstanding blades that are ideally sized for a border’s midsection.

Blooms August – September.

Size: 2' 0"–2-1/2' high x 18" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Crocosmia ‘Walberton Orange’ full sun  partial shade  new plant

This prized Crocosmia puts on an extraordinary floral presentation. Freesia-like at first glance, two rows of large, closely nestled blooms are upright and open-faced, perfectly poised for viewing. Enhanced by prominent decorative stamens, the vibrant orange petals backed in golden melon hues rise above attractive ribbed green blades, while orchestrating an ebullient symphony with Helenium ‘Zimbelstern’ and Anemone ‘Andrea Atkinson’.

Blooms August–September

Size: 2' 0"–2-1/2' high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


Crocosmia ‘Walberton Orange’ (P-1566)
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Crocosmia ‘Walberton Yellow’ full sun  partial shade
<i>Crocosmia</i> ‘Walberton Yellow’

The prized outcome from years of breeding this genus, David Tristram’s ‘Walberton Yellow’ puts on an extraordinary floral presentation. Freesia-like at first glance, two rows of large, closely nestled blooms are upright and open-faced, perfectly poised for viewing. Enhanced by decorative stamens, the sunny yellow petals backed in golden melon hues rise above attractive ribbed green blades, while orchestrating an ebullient symphony with Helenium ‘Bishop’ and Anemone ‘Andrea Atkinson’.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 2' 0"–2-1/2' high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 6.


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Cyclamen

Cyclamen

Hardy Cyclamen

One of the easiest and showiest Cyclamen species for the garden, the hederifolium have marbled foliage and dramatic blossoms that make an inviting ground-level attraction beneath a mature deciduous tree. After pointed buds rise from established tubers, glorious blooms composed of five reflexing petals emerge. As the downward-facing flowers fade and seeds form, spent stems spiral earthward, thus earning its Greek derivation from cyclo or circle.

Clusters of overlapping, 4 to 6 in. heart-shaped lustrous leaves, each intricately etched with pewter, persist all winter, dying back in late spring. Provide the following cultural requirements: good drainage, protection from the sun, a lime amendment, minimal summer water, and a deep planting where winters are cold; you’ll be rewarded with a happy stand of these garden gems.


Cyclamen coum partial shade
<i>Cyclamen coum</i>

A joy in their own right, copious rounded shiny dark green leaves embellished with intricate silver markings make a lovely fall and wintertime display. Lolling on slender stems, a colorful flood of enchanting blooms ranging from soft pinks to rich carmine shades add further enticements. This long-lived AGM winning perennial is undaunted by dry shade, appreciates an annual mulch and spreads slowly to form a substantial clump.

Blooms February–March.

Size: 6"–8" high x 2' 0"–3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Cyclamen hederifolium ‘Rose Pearls’ partial shade

Fanciful, pretty-in-pink flowers dress up this Cyclamen’s marbled, glistening greenery. Interplant ‘Rose Pearls’ with the white blooming Cyclamen hederifolium and a marvelous autumn vignette is yours for the viewing.

Blooms October–November.

Size: 6"–8" high x 2' 0"–3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


Cyclamen hederifolium ‘Rose Pearls’ (P-1207)
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Cyclamen hederifolium ‘Silver Leaf Pink’ partial shade

With dainty pink blooms poised above, a silver effulgence splashes across the surface of each polished, prominently veined leaf in a unique fashion, sometimes concealing any sign of greenery, while rich wine hues warm the undersides. Place ‘Silver Leaf Pink’ beneath Elaeagnus ‘Quicksilver’ to enhance the elegant frosty display.

Blooms January–February.

Size: 6"–8" high x 2' 0"–3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


Cyclamen hederifolium ‘Silver Leaf Pink’ (P-1559)
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Cyclamen hederifolium ‘White Pearls’ partial shade
<i>Cyclamen hederifolium</i> ‘White Pearls’

The pristine white nodding flowers gracing this hederifolium cultivar show like comets against the deep green and very decoratively patterned foliage. ‘White Pearls’ serves as a clean and classy understory for Carpenteria ‘Elizabeth’

Blooms October–November.

Size: 6"–8" high x 2' 0"–3' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Cyclamen purpurascens partial shade
Mediterranean Cyclamen

Prized for its fragrant dark purplish pink flowers, this variable widely dispersed European denizen hosts a gleaming bed of round silver patterned leaves with violet-imbued undersides. Cyclamen purpurascens adores moderately moist well-drained sites plus deciduous leaf litter, especially from Beech trees, and imparts endearing summer color to a woodland setting.

Blooms June–September

Size: 2"–4" high x 12" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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Cynoglossum

Hound’s Tongue


Cynoglossum nervosum full sun  partial shade
<i>Cynoglossum nervosum</i>

No, its not the blue, oh-so-vividly blue flowers, but the narrow, oblong basal foliage that inspired this Himalayan native’s common name. While the older, rough-to-the-touch bottom leaves show distinctively raised veins, the upper, thinner ones alternate as they cloak the branched stems.

Profuse gentian blue blossoms, resembling those of its cousin forget-me-not, crowd uniquely coiled open sprays, which elongate as the older blooms fade. With an upright bushy habit, Cynoglossum nervosum has specific soil needs: not too dry or overly rich, but always well drained.

Blooms May–July.

Size: 18"–2' 0" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.


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