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Haloragis erecta Wellington Bronze
Haloragis erecta ‘Wellington Bronze’
Helenium Coppelia
Helenium ‘Coppelia’
Helenium Flammendes Käthchen
Helenium ‘Flammendes Käthchen’
Helenium Flammendes Käthchen
Helenium ‘Flammendes Käthchen’
Helenium Moerheim Beauty
Helenium ‘Moerheim Beauty’
Helenium Potters Wheel
Helenium ‘Potters Wheel’
Helenium Rubinzwerg
Helenium ‘Rubinzwerg’
Helenium Sahins Early Flowerer
Helenium ‘Sahins Early Flowerer’
Helenium Zimbelstern
Helenium ‘Zimbelstern’
Helianthella quinquenervis
Helianthella quinquenervis
Helianthemum Belgravia Rose
Helianthemum ‘Belgravia Rose’
Helianthemum Belgravia Rose
Helianthemum ‘Belgravia Rose’
Helianthemum Cheviot
Helianthemum ‘Cheviot’
Helianthemum Dazzler
Helianthemum ‘Dazzler’
Helianthemum Fire Dragon
Helianthemum ‘Fire Dragon’
Helianthemum Henfield Brilliant
Helianthemum ‘Henfield Brilliant’
Helianthemum Henfield Brilliant
Helianthemum ‘Henfield Brilliant’
Helianthemum St. Mary's
Helianthemum ‘St. Mary's’
Helianthemum St. Mary's
Helianthemum ‘St. Mary's’
Helianthemum Wisley Primrose
Helianthemum ‘Wisley Primrose’
Helianthemum Wisley Primrose
Helianthemum ‘Wisley Primrose’
Helianthus Undaunted (Tm) Lemon Max (Dakota Queen)
Helianthus ‘Undaunted (Tm) Lemon Max (Dakota Queen)’
Helianthus laetiflorus Lemon Queen
Helianthus laetiflorus ‘Lemon Queen’
Helianthus laetiflorus Lemon Queen
Helianthus laetiflorus ‘Lemon Queen’
Helianthus laetiflorus Lemon Queen
Helianthus laetiflorus ‘Lemon Queen’
Helianthus x multiflorus Capenoch Star
Helianthus x multiflorus ‘Capenoch Star’
Helianthus x multiflorus Capenoch Star
Helianthus x multiflorus ‘Capenoch Star’
Helleborus argutifolius
Helleborus argutifolius
Helleborus argutifolius
Helleborus argutifolius
Helleborus ballardiae HGC Pink Frost
Helleborus x ballardiae ‘HGC Pink Frost’
Helleborus ballardiae HGC Pink Frost
Helleborus x ballardiae ‘HGC Pink Frost’
Helleborus ballardiae HGC Pink Frost
Helleborus x ballardiae ‘HGC Pink Frost’
Helleborus ballardiae HGC Pink Frost
Helleborus x ballardiae ‘HGC Pink Frost’
Helleborus foetidus Wester Flisk
Helleborus foetidus ‘Wester Flisk’
Helleborus Grape Galaxy (Winter Thriller™)
Helleborus ‘Grape Galaxy (Winter Thriller™)’
Helleborus hybridus Onyx Odyssey
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Onyx Odyssey’
Helleborus hybridus Red Lady
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Red Lady’
Helleborus hybridus Sparkling Diamond
Helleborus x hybridus ‘Sparkling Diamond’
Helleborus hybridus White Lady Spotted
Helleborus x hybridus ‘White Lady Spotted’
Helleborus hybridus White Lady Spotted
Helleborus x hybridus ‘White Lady Spotted’
Helleborus lemonnierae HGC Madame Lemonnier
Helleborus x lemonnierae ‘HGC Madame Lemonnier’
Helleborus niger HGC Jonas
Helleborus niger ‘HGC Jonas’
Helleborus niger HGC Joseph Lemper
Helleborus niger ‘HGC Joseph Lemper’
Helleborus nigersmithii Ivory Prince
Helleborus x nigersmithii ‘Ivory Prince’
Helleborus nigersmithii Ivory Prince
Helleborus x nigersmithii ‘Ivory Prince’
Helleborus Red Racer
Helleborus ‘Red Racer’
Hemerocallis middendorffii
Hemerocallis middendorffii
Hemerocallis middendorffii
Hemerocallis middendorffii
Hemerocallis Speak of Angels
Hemerocallis ‘Speak of Angels’
Heuchera Blackout
Heuchera ‘Blackout’
Heuchera pulchella Raspberry Regal
Heuchera pulchella ‘Raspberry Regal’
Horminum pyrenaicum
Horminum pyrenaicum
Horminum pyrenaicum
Horminum pyrenaicum
Impatiens namchabarwensis
Impatiens namchabarwensis
Impatiens omeiana
Impatiens omeiana
Impatiens sodenii Flash
Impatiens sodenii ‘Flash’
Impatiens sodenii Flash
Impatiens sodenii ‘Flash’
Inula hookeri
Inula hookeri
Inula hookeri
Inula hookeri
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
Inula magnifica
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Current Staff's Favorite Plant

Current Staff's Favorite Plant

Our Featured Plant: Crocosmia ‘Zeal Tan’

Captivating Crocosmias, Plants that Dodge to Dog Days of Summer, 2020 T-shirst have arrived!

Captivating Crocosmias!

Crocosmias boast a bounty of late summer color as our gardens transition into autumn. Displayed on the ends of gracefully arching spikes above winsome sword-like leaves, the clustered tubular flowers range from yellow, peach and orange to fire-engine red. The prismatic tones meld well with white-flowering Hydrangeas and perennials such as Selinium wallichianum, Actaea simplex 'Atropurpurea', Alcea 'Polarstar' or Aster 'Bridal Veil'. The yellow and melon shades sparkle amid the blue blossoms of Aconitum, Caryopteris 'Longwood Blue', Perovskia 'Blue Steel' and  Aster 'Little Carlow'. For sizzling fun you could create a hot border, intermingling them with Kniphofia 'Bee's Sunset', Helenium 'Potter's Wheel' or Helianthemum 'Fire Dragon'. Be sure to add some to your next cut arrangement!

Commonly known as Montbretia, they do their best when provided with good drainage, moderate moisture and some protection from hot afternoon sun. Please feel free to check out our extensive collection of Crocosmia cultivars in the perennial section of our online catalog.

Dodge the Dog Days of summer….

with plants that pack a punch of blooms and alluring leaves at this time of year. By late August, our borders can look a tad tired and may be in need of some sprucing up. Adequate moisture and an additional application of compost will ensure late summer vitality. You can trim perennials, such as Nepetas and Geraniums, and savor their fresh new growth plus a flourish of blooms, often until the first frost! We hope some of the plants featured in this newsletter lift your spirits and maybe even inspire a little awe as summer wanes. 

All of us Digging Dog plant wranglers wish you Happy Digging and good health.

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