Plant Reference Guide

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Caladium 'White Christmas'

Caladium 'White Christmas'

Common Name: Caladium

'White Christmas' Caladium has large clean white, heart shaped leaves with green mid rib, veins and border. Will brighten up a moist shady area with tropical flair and is particularly noticeable in the evening.


Caladium Carolyn Wharton

Caladium Carolyn Wharton

Common Name: Fancy Leaf Caladium

Carolyn Wharton is a colorful fancy-leaf caladium with showy, heart-shaped, variegated, leaves that have dark green edges, mottled pink spots in the center and obvious red midribs.


Caladium Red Flash

Caladium Red Flash

Common Name: Fancy Leaf Caladium

Red Flash is a colorful fancy-leaf caladium with showy, heart-shaped, vibrant red, leaves that have speckled pink, dark green edges. It has large leaves and will stand tall in sun or shade.


Caladium Spring Fling

Caladium Spring Fling

Common Name: Fancy Leaf Caladium

Spring Fling is a fancy-leaf caladium with showy, heart-shaped, vibrant pink leaves that have black veins and stems. It has large leaves and will stand tall in sun or shade.


Caladium Strawberry Star

Caladium Strawberry Star

Common Name: Fancy Leaf Caladium

Strawberry Star is a fancy-leaf, variegated caladium with light green, pink speckled leaves and dark green veins and stems. It has large leaves and will stand tall in sun or shade.


Calamagrostis brachytricha

Calamagrostis brachytricha

Common Name: Korean Feather Reed Grass

This species of reed grass is one of the few flowering grasses that likes the shade. Pink, feathery blooms appear in late summer then fade to a cream color in the fall.


Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'

Calamagrostis x acutiflora 'Karl Foerster'

Common Name: Feather Reed Grass

Reddish-bronze flower spikes bloom in early summer, later maturing to a nice straw color.  One of the first grasses to bloom and one of the best medium-sized ornamental grasses. 


Calendula Lady Godiva™ Orange

Calendula Lady Godiva™ Orange - PPAF

Common Name: English Marigold

Large colorful flowers with great heat tolerance.  Fully double flower means less seed set and fewer seedlings trying to take over your garden. This annual is deer resistant, attracts butterflies, and is heat tolerant.


Calibrachoa Superbells® Blue

Calibrachoa Superbells® Blue - PP14874

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Masses of petite, violet-blue, petunia-like flowers bloom continuously, attracting hummingbirds. Semi-upright habit is ideal for hanging baskets or pots.


Calibrachoa Superbells® Cherry Star

Calibrachoa Superbells® Cherry Star - PP23232

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Superbells® Cherry Star is a heat tolerant and disease resistant annual with a compact, mounding, trailing growth habit. The hot pink blooms have a sunny yellow star and can be seen beginning in the early spring and persist until the first frost. 


Calibrachoa Superbells® Dreamsicle

Calibrachoa Superbells® Dreamsicle - PP19492

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Masses of petite, creamy peach colored, petunia-like flowers bloom continuously. Cascading habit is ideal for hanging baskets or pots.


Calibrachoa Superbells® Lemon Slice

Calibrachoa Superbells® Lemon Slice - PPAF

Common Name: Calibrachoa

'Lemon Slice' has a bi-color bright white and lemon yellow flower - very eye catching. Superbells® are superstars with their continuous blooming, low maintenance display. Looking like little petunias, they have the grace to be heat tolerant, disease resistant and a Hummingbird magnet to boot. 


Calibrachoa Superbells® Pink

Calibrachoa Superbells® Pink - PP14968

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Masses of bright pink, petite, petunia-like flowers bloom continuously from spring through light frost.  The cascading habit is ideal for containers or hanging baskets.


Calibrachoa Superbells® Pomegranate Punch

Calibrachoa Superbells® Pomegranate Punch - PPAF

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Superbells® Pomegranate Punch is a heat and disease resistant annual that has a mounding yet trailing habit. Velvety red blooms with a black center that persist from spring until hard frost. 


Calibrachoa Superbells® Yellow

Calibrachoa Superbells® Yellow - PP21660

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Hummingbird and Butterfly candy! Calibrachoa Superbells® Yellow is a beauty for your patio, border or container. Its sweet yellow color is displayed against dark green foliage with a trailing, prostrate habit.


Calibrachoa Superbells® Yellow Chiffon

Calibrachoa Superbells® Yellow Chiffon - PP19480

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa ‘Superbells® Yellow Chiffon’ has masses of pale yellow, petunia-like flowers bloom continuously from spring through light frost. Looks especially nice with blues and pinks.


Calibrachoa Superbells® Evening Star

Calibrachoa Superbells® Evening Star - PPAF

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa  Superbells® Evening Star has small and plenty, petunia-like blooms. This Calibrachoa has a multiplicity of purples ranging from deep violet to a whisper of lavender with a yellow star pattern in the center. Easy to grow in containers and can be a fabulous in-ground plant only if the soil can be well drained. Another little awesome trait about this Calibrachoa is that it can be planted in Spring, Summer, or Fall!


Calibrachoa Superbells® Holy Moly!™

Calibrachoa Superbells® Holy Moly!™ - PPAF

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa  Superbells® Holy Moly!™ has small and plenty, yellow and pink tie-dye esque, petunia-like blooms. If you think that's a lot to take in, so is the radicalness of this low maintenance annual. 


Calibrachoa Superbells® Red

Calibrachoa Superbells® Red - PP14847

Common Name: Calibrachoa

Calibrachoa  Superbells® Red has small and plenty, bold red, petunia-like blooms. If you think that's a lot to take in, so is the impressive cardinal red of this low maintenance annual. Easy to grow in containers and can be a fabulous in ground plant only if the soil can be well drained. Another little awesome trait about this Calibrachoa is that it can be planted in Spring, Summer, or Fall!


Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldii 'Profusion'

Callicarpa bodinieri var. giraldii 'Profusion'

Common Name: Beautyberry

A profusion of violet fruit clusters appear in fall. Known for its bronze-purple new growth and dark green foliage. Prune to encourage new growth. Deciduous.


Callicarpa dichotoma 'Duet

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Duet

Common Name: Beautyberry

A stunning beautyberry boasting variegated foliage that is green with a broad margin of creamy yellow. Adding to the display are clusters of bright white, pearl-like berries in fall.


Callicarpa dichotoma 'Issai'

Callicarpa dichotoma 'Issai'

Common Name: Purple Beautyberry

'Issai' is a heavily fruited beautyberry that will fruit at a very young age. Clusters of vibrant violet-purple berries appear along the stems in the fall. 


Callicarpa x Pearl Glam™

Callicarpa x Pearl Glam™ - PPAF

Common Name: Beautyberry

Beautyberries make a spectacular fall display with their violet purple berries, unlike any other shrub for their berry display. What sets Pearl Glam™ apart from other varieties is the purple foliage and white flower clusters. A great plant for mass plantings with it's heavy berry set.


Callisia rosea Grace

Callisia rosea Grace

Common Name: Dwarf Spiderwort

A delicate looking, diminutive, native spiderwort that reaches a dainty 8" height, Callisia rosea 'Morning Grace' is well-mannered and long-blooming. Prefers well-drained soils.


Calycanthus 'Aphrodite'

Calycanthus 'Aphrodite' - PP24014

Common Name: Sweetshrub

This re-blooming new sweetshrub hybrid boasts extra large red flowers that are deliciously fragrant, reminiscent of pineapples and strawberries.


Camellia 'Yuletide'

Camellia 'Yuletide'

Common Name: Camellia

Lovely red blooms caress this evergreen shrub in the midst of winter when most other plants are dormant. A great selection for espalier and for formal gardens.


Camellia japonica 'April Dawn'

Camellia japonica 'April Dawn'

Common Name: Japanese Camellia

Upright habit with a vigorous growth rate. Shades of pink and white variegation on double flowers. Heavy bud-set and long bloom time.


Camellia japonica 'April Kiss'

Camellia japonica 'April Kiss'

Common Name: Japanese Camellia

Small, formal, rose-pink flower blooming early to mid spring. Compact, slow-growing evergreen.


Camellia japonica 'April Remembered'

Camellia japonica 'April Remembered'

Common Name: Japanese Camellia

Fast growing, cold hardy shrub with glossy green foliage. In spring, semi-double, large, pink flowers emerge. Blooms heavily. Ideal as a specimen, mass planting, or flowering accent.


Camellia japonica 'April Rose'

Camellia japonica 'April Rose'

Common Name: Japanese Camellia

Compact and slow-growing with rose-red, double flowers. Heavy bud set.


Camellia x 'Winter's Star'

Camellia x 'Winter's Star'

Common Name: Camellia

A beautiful fall blooming camellia with dark evergreen foliage. The flowers are bright pink with yellow stamens. Its upright habit makes a great hedge.


Canna 'Alaska'

Canna 'Alaska'

Common Name: Canna Lily

'Alaska' is a compact Canna with creamy white colored flowers with a hint of yellow in the center. Canna lilies are perfect for planting beside a pond or stream and their enormous, tropical-like foliage make for a striking display when planted in masses. 


Canna 'Kreta'

Canna 'Kreta'

Common Name: Canna Lily

Canna 'Kreta' is a softly rose colored flower atop full green foliage that lasts all summer. This beautiful Lily prefers full-sun and can grow up to four feet, this can be a wonderful center to a landscape.


Canna 'Red Velvet'

Canna 'Red Velvet'

Common Name: Canna Lily

Red Velvet' will add flare to your garden with its fiery red flowers and bronze purple foliage. Canna lilies are perfect for planting beside a pond or stream and their enormous, tropical-like foliage make for a striking display when planted in masses.


Canna Cannova® Bronze Orange

Canna Cannova® Bronze Orange

Common Name: Canna Lily

Canna 'Bronze Orange' is a bronze-leafed Canna which grows about 4' tall and has lovely orange flowers. Great for summer containers, in beds or as a border.


Canna Pretoria

Canna Pretoria

Common Name: Variegated Canna Lily

Also known as Canna 'Bengal Tiger' growing up to six feet tall! 'Pretoria' has sensational yellow and green variegated leaves that are flanked by orange blooms in the summertime!


Canna Tenerife

Canna Tenerife

Common Name: Canna Lily

Canna 'Tenerife' has a golden flower with specks of orange atop full green foliage that lasts from early spring to the first frost. This beautiful Lily prefers full-sun and can grow up to three feet, this can be a wonderful center to a landscape and the flowers can be used in arrangements!


Canna Tropicanna® Black

Canna Tropicanna® Black - PP21350

Common Name: Canna Lily

Canna 'Tropicanna® Black' is a deep bronze-leafed Canna which grows about 5' tall and has lovely red flowers. Great for summer containers, in beds or as a border.


Canna Tropicanna® Classic

Canna Tropicanna® Classic

Common Name: Canna Lily

Canna 'Tropicanna® Gold' has deep-bronze leaves with stripes of pink, green, yellow and red. This Canna grows about 5' tall and has lovely orange flowers. Great for summer containers, in beds or as a border.


Canna Tropicanna® Gold

Canna Tropicanna® Gold - PP13809

Common Name: Canna Lily

Canna 'Tropicanna® Gold' is a gold striped, green-leafed Canna which grows about 5' tall and has lovely orange-yellow flowers. Great for summer containers, in beds or as a border.


Capsicum annuum 'Black Pearl'

Capsicum annuum 'Black Pearl'

Common Name: Ornamental Pepper

This 2006 AAS winner thrives in full sun, high heat, high humidity. The leaves emerge green maturing to purple then black with high temps and full sun.


Capsicum annuum 'Chilly Chili'

Capsicum annuum 'Chilly Chili'

Common Name: Ornamental Pepper

Capsicum annuum ‘Chilly Chili’ is a 2002 All-America Selection Winner. This upright ornamental pepper has a circus of color when it fruits. 'Chilly Chili' often has yellow, green, orange and red peppers at the same time.


Carex 'Feather Falls'

Carex 'Feather Falls' - PPAF

Feather Falls presents itself with variegated foliage that spills down the side of the plant. It is deer resistant, easy to grow, and it looks beautiful in containers or hanging baskets where the plant has the ability to cascade down the side.


Carex comans Amazon Mist™

Carex comans Amazon Mist™

Common Name: Mop-headed Sedge

Mint colored foliage with a graceful growing habit makes Amazon Mist™ quite an interesting addition to your border or even in containers! Narrow leaves flow over the ground or spill over the edges of a pot, creating an exotic look.


Carex comans Bronco™

Carex comans Bronco™

Common Name: Bronze New Zealand Sedge

A beautiful bronze sedge with very fine foliage, thus one of it's common names is hairsedge. Part of the ColorGrass® series, all of which are chosen for their superior container performance but also for reliable garden performance. 


Carex elata 'Aurea'

Carex elata 'Aurea'

Common Name: Bowles' Golden Sedge

The beautiful bright yellow gold foliage of this Carex is striking when situated to reflect off water and it prefers to be planted in moist to wet, shady locations. Easy to grow, deer resistant and colorful.


Carex laxiculmis 'Hobb'

Carex laxiculmis 'Hobb'

Common Name: Hobb Sedge

This North American native is a terrific evergreen addition to any shade garden. The bright blue leaves form a tidy mound. With adequate moisture it will even thrive in full sun!


Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance'

Carex morrowii 'Ice Dance'

Common Name: Japenese Sedge

Ice Dance presents itself with variegated dark green foliage. It is great for a woodland floor as it slowly spreads, but not quickly! It is deer resistant, drought tolerant, and it looks beautiful in a woodland garden.


Carex oshimensis 'Evergold'

Carex oshimensis 'Evergold'

Common Name: Sedge
Evergold' has a flowing habit and striking variegated foliage. The dark green margins are a dramatic contrast for the yellow centers creating a bright display in a shady spot. 

Carex oshimensis 'Everillo'

Carex oshimensis 'Everillo' - PP21002

Common Name: Golden Sedge

The bright yellow to chartreuse leaves of this evergreen sedge will add a splash of bright color to a shade garden. A perfect companion to Hosta and Fern, it will also tolerate dry shade.


Carex oshimensis Everest™

Carex oshimensis Everest™ - PP20955

Common Name: Sedge

Everest™ Sedge sports vivid clean white edges with green centers along its leaves. It creates a neat mound of foliage that arches from the crown and weeps gracefully. 


Carex oshimensis Eversheen

Carex oshimensis Eversheen - PPAF

Common Name: Sedge

An evergreen weeping carex, 'Eversheen' forms a neat mound of green and lime-yellow striped foliage that looks fresh and is a great accent in all seasons be it as a groundcover, container ingredient or edging.


Carex testacea

Carex testacea

Common Name: Orange New Zealand Sedge

Olive-green, fine textured, gracefully arching foliage during the summer months with an orange tinge that becomes more vibrant in the fall. Prefers moist soil with good drainage.


Carex testacea Prairie Fire™

Carex testacea Prairie Fire™

Common Name: New Zealand Sedge

Prairie Fire™ is part of the ColorGrass® series which are chosen for superior container performance. This tough, finely textured, evergreen grass has color ranging from green-bronze to bright orange that looks great as an accent, in containers, in a mixed bed and even massed. 


Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Longwood Blue'

Caryopteris x clandonensis 'Longwood Blue'

Common Name: Bluebeard

Powder-blue flowers bloom in late summer and fall amid silvery-gray foliage. Treat as a perennial and cut back to the ground each winter. Blooms on new growth. Deciduous. Attracts butterflies.


Caryopteris x clandonensis Beyond Midnight™

Caryopteris x clandonensis Beyond Midnight™ - PPAF

Common Name: Bluebeard

Cassia alata

Cassia alata

Common Name: Empress Candle Plant

Castanea mollissima

Castanea mollissima

Common Name: Chinese Chestnut

Low branching tree with a round canopy. Slow to medium growth rate. Foliage is dark green during the summer changing to yellowish-bronze in the fall. White flowers in early summer followed by edible chestnuts in fall.


Celosia 'Fresh Look Gold'

Celosia 'Fresh Look Gold'

Common Name: Celosia

The striking bright colored feathery plumes of Fresh Look Gold do not fade and continue all season long. Adaptable and tolerant of heat, drought and pests. No deadheading needed.


Celosia 'Fresh Look Red'

Celosia 'Fresh Look Red'

Common Name: Celosia

Rosy red plumes bloom all summer over green foliage. Celosia Fresh Look Red thrives in heat and humidity. AAS Gold Medal Winner.


Celosia 'New Look'

Celosia 'New Look'

Common Name: Celosia

Intense scarlet plumes and striking red-tinged foliage. Celosia New Look is good performer in summer heat. AAS Winner.


Celosia argentea Intenz

Celosia argentea Intenz

Common Name: Cockscomb

This cockscomb offers intensely brilliant purple/fuchsia flower spikes and bloom continuously from early Spring right on through Autumn. Quite stunning in the garden or in container.


Celosia cristata Twisted

Celosia cristata Twisted

Common Name: Cockscomb

The brilliant red/purple color combination of Celosia 'Twisted's flowers seem to absolutely glow in the sun. This eye catching cockscomb is very long blooming, from early Spring through Fall.


Centaurea cineraria Colchester White

Centaurea cineraria Colchester White

Common Name: Dusty Miller

Don't confuse Centaurea cineraria 'Colchester White' with the more familiar yellow-flowering Dusty Miller. Although it has beautiful silver foliage that provides a lovely accent to most any color in the garden, 'Colchester White' is nearly 3 times the size of most others and blooms lavender/mauve.


Cephalanthus occidentalis

Cephalanthus occidentalis

Common Name: Buttonbush

Buttonbush is a multi-branching, rounded shrub with shiny leaves that emerge in late spring. Clusters of globular white flowers in late summer followed by round clusters of nutlets in fall. Deciduous, likes moist sites and attracts pollinators. Native.


Cephalanthus occidentalis Sugar Shack™

Cephalanthus occidentalis Sugar Shack™ - PPAF

Common Name: Buttonbush

Sugar Shack™ is an exciting variety of the native buttonbush due to its dwarf habit. Fragrant white flowers in the summer followed by colorful red fruit in the fall. 


Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Duke Gardens'

Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Duke Gardens'

Common Name: Japanese Plum Yew

Evergreen, gracefully spreading habit with lustrous, deep green foliage arranges spirally on stems. Good substitute for Taxus in the south.


Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigiata'

Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Fastigiata'

Common Name: Japanese Plum Yew

Evergreen, rotund columnar form with lustrous black green 2"foliage arranged spirally on stems. Bark exfoliates when mature. Good substitute for Taxus in the south.


Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Prostrata'

Cephalotaxus harringtonia 'Prostrata'

Common Name: Japanese Plum Yew

This spreading Japanese Plum Yew is an excellent evergreen for the shady garden. Can tolerate full sun but does best in some shade.


Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides

Common Name: Leadwort

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides has deep blue 3/4" flowers bloom from late summer through the fall, when the foliage becomes a striking red color. Grows best in well-drained soil.


Cercis canadensis

Cercis canadensis

Common Name: Eastern Redbud

A native, small, deciduous tree. Clusters of purple blossoms in early spring are followed by heart shaped leaves during the summer. Yellow fall color.


Cercis canadensis 'Alba'

Cercis canadensis 'Alba'

Common Name: Eastern White Redbud

Rounded vase shaped with a moderately dense crown. Large pure white blooms cover the branches in spring before the foliage appears. Very drought tolerant and pest resistant.


Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Cercis canadensis 'Forest Pansy'

Common Name: Forest Pansy Redbud

Vase shaped, deciduous tree. Reddish purple buds open to rosy-purple flowers that cover the branches for 2-3 weeks. Purple foliage follows and lasts throughout the season. Drought and pest resistant.


Cercis canadensis 'Pink Heartbreaker'

Cercis canadensis 'Pink Heartbreaker' - PP23043

Common Name: Weeping Redbud

'Pink Heartbreaker' is a profuse bloomer with bright lavender-pink flowers in Spring. This weeping Redbud has a more upright habit with weeping side branches. New leaves emerge red in color becoming dark green at maturity.


Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'

Cercis canadensis 'Ruby Falls'

Common Name: Weeping Redbud

Weeping, large red foliage is eyecatching in the landscape. 'Ruby Falls' has dark rose colored blooms in the spring that emerge on the bare stem.


Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™

Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™ - PPAF

Common Name: Variegated Redbud

Cercis canadensis Carolina Sweetheart™ has typically charming heart shaped leaves that emerge a rich maroon aging light pink, then to green with dusted white margins.


Cercis canadensis The Rising Sun™

Cercis canadensis The Rising Sun™ - PP21451

Common Name: The Rising Sun™ Redbud

This small Redbud is perfect for neighborhood gardens and offers a gorgeous array of color through three seasons. The heart shaped foliage of The Rising Sun™ appears in summer with bright gold and apricot colors.


Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera 'Gold Mop'

Chamaecyparis pisifera filifera 'Gold Mop'

Common Name: Japanese Falsecypress

A mounding form with bright yellow, soft, thread-like branches. Use as a specimen or in a rock garden. Makes a great contrast plant.


Chasmanthium latifolium

Chasmanthium latifolium

Common Name: Northern Sea Oats

Broad-leaved, pale green foliage arches gracefully under the weight of seed-heads that emerge in June and remain attractive into the winter. Grows well even in dry shade.


Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips'

Chelone lyonii 'Hot Lips'

Common Name: Turtle-Head

This Southeastern US native boasts one inch long, pink flowers on top of lustrous, deep green foliage. Flowers resemble the head of a turtle. Chelone lyonii ‘Hot Lips’ prefers moist areas with at least part sun.


Chrysanthemum Dazzling Stacy™

Chrysanthemum Dazzling Stacy™ - PP13222

Common Name: Mum Dazzling Stacy

Color Category-Orange     Flower Form-Daisy     Bloom Season-Midseason


Chrysanthemum Spicy Cheryl™

Chrysanthemum Spicy Cheryl™ - PP13221

Common Name: Mum Spicy Cheryl

Color Category-Orange     Flower Form-Decorative     Bloom Season-Early Season Extender


Chrysanthemum Stacy™

Chrysanthemum Stacy™ - PP11852

Common Name: Mum Stacy

Color Category-Lavender     Flower Form-Daisy     Bloom Season-Midseason


Clematis 'Rooguchi'

Clematis 'Rooguchi'

Common Name: Bell-flowered Clematis

A free-flowering Clematis that is covered with deep purple bell-shaped flowers from May to September. Can be trellised or allowed to sprawl through the garden.


Clematis 'Ville de Lyon'

Clematis 'Ville de Lyon'

Common Name: Clematis

Tried and true and loved for over 100 years, Clematis 'Ville de Lyon' is a vigorous climbing vine with large 4" flowers of a deep rose red from mid-summer to early fall.


Clematis Cezanne

Clematis Cezanne - PP15166

Clematis ‘Cezanne™' displays masses of large blue flowers in spring and summer. Perfectly hybridized by Raymond Evison for containers.


Clematis Giselle

Clematis Giselle - PP27280

Clematis ‘Giselle™' displays masses of pink flowers in summer and fall. Perfect for containers, on an archway, or flowing up along an obelisk in your rose garden.


Clematis Kitty™

Clematis Kitty™ - PPAF

Clematis Kitty was first debuted at the Chelsea Flower Show in 2017, it is a compact, free flowering clematis perfect for a container. Clematis Kitty™ is named in honour of a young woman diagnosed with a rare form of Leukaemia at age 14. Anthony Nolan's work helped save her life, and a percentage of the royalties on sales of this Clematis go to Anthony Nolan's charity to continue their work.


Clematis Liberty

Clematis Liberty - PPAF

Common Name: Clematis

Trellised or allowed to sprawl over shrubs, Clematis 'Liberty' is a stunner with huge 6" pale pink flowers with dark pink veins and margins. Blooms primarily in May-June and again in September.


Clematis Picardy

Clematis Picardy - PP15156

Clematis ‘Picardy™' displays deep magenta blooms in the summer and fall. This Clematis will bloom in partial shade or full sun!


Clematis Sacha™

Clematis Sacha™ - PPAF

Clematis ‘Sacha™' displays deep blue blooms in the summer and fall. This Clematis will bloom in partial shade or full sun!


Clematis Samaritan Jo

Clematis Samaritan Jo - PPAF

Clematis ‘Samaritan Jo™' displays masses of silvery pink flowers with edges accented in purple blooming in spring and summer. This Clematis will bloom in partial shade or full sun!


Clematis 'Jackmanii'

Clematis 'Jackmanii'

Common Name: Virgin's Bower

Probably the most familiar clematis, tried and true since it's introduction in the mid 1800's. 'Jackmanii' blooms intense deep purple, single flowers with 4 petals. A beautiful, and prolific summer climber.


Clematis integrifolia Fascination

Clematis integrifolia Fascination - PP14770

Common Name: Clematis

A nodding type clematis, 'Fascination' has small, glossy bell shaped purple flowers edged in lavender and attractive silver seed heads. 


Cleome Senorita Blanca™

Cleome Senorita Blanca™ - PPAF

Common Name: Spider Flower

Airy heads of spidery-like flowers that are silvery white in color. Senorita Blanca™ has sterile flowers and is thornless with no sticky foliage unlike other cleome.


Cleome Senorita Rosalita®

Cleome Senorita Rosalita® - PP19733

Common Name: Spider Flower

Senorita Rosalita® is an improved variety of the Cleomes.  This variety does not have thorns or the sticky leaves and stems that Cleomes normally have.


Clethra alnifolia 'Hummingbird'

Clethra alnifolia 'Hummingbird'

Common Name: Summersweet Clethra

Fragrant, white flowers bloom in midsummer. An excellent, compact shrub with glossy, dark green foliage. Beautiful yellow fall color. Deciduous.


Clethra alnifolia 'Novacleein' Einstein™

Clethra alnifolia 'Novacleein' Einstein™ - PP27590

Common Name: Summersweet

Produces extra long racemes that are often contorted at the ends, reminiscent of its namesakes hairstyle! Blossoms have a pleasing fragrance and will attract butterflies and bees. Grown under license from Star® Roses and Plants, West Grove, PA 19390.


Clethra alnifolia 'Ruby Spice'

Clethra alnifolia 'Ruby Spice'

Common Name: Summersweet Clethra

Fragrant, reddish-pink flowers bloom in mid-summer amid dark green foliage. Leaves change to yellow in fall. Deciduous.


Clethra alnifolia 'Sixteen Candles'

Clethra alnifolia 'Sixteen Candles'

Common Name: Summersweet Clethra

Large, fragrant, white flowers in mid-summer. Yellow fall color with dark green foliage and dense, mounded habit.


Coleus 'Freckles'

Coleus 'Freckles'

Common Name: Coleus

'Freckles' has wide, creamy yellow leaves splashed with orange and bronze. The most colorful effect of the foliage will be found in a partially shaded area.


Coleus 'Wasabi'

Coleus 'Wasabi' - PPAF

Common Name: Coleus

'Wasabi'has gorgeous serrated chartreuse leaves that hold their brilliant color without fading. This brilliant color is sure to brighten a shady location. 


Coleus Coleosaurus™

Coleus Coleosaurus™ - PPAF

Common Name: Coleus

A sun tolerant Coleus that has bright lime green leaves with vibrant dark red veins that appear as netting, Coleosaurus is a fresh standout variety for sun or shade.


Coleus ColorBlaze® Apple Brandy

Coleus ColorBlaze® Apple Brandy

Common Name: Coleus

Bicolored burgundy-bronze foliage graces compact, well branched plants. Foliage will hang out all summer!


Coleus ColorBlaze® Dark Star

Coleus ColorBlaze® Dark Star

Common Name: Coleus

If you want a plant to create amazing contrast to ALL the other plants in your flower bed, choose this deep, purplish black Coleus. Dark Star, a plant that can take the heat with an awesome name! Even with an ominous name the birds and hummingbirds are still attracted to it, wahoo!


Coleus ColorBlaze® Dipt in Wine

Coleus ColorBlaze® Dipt in Wine

Common Name: Coleus

Create a spectacular display in your sun or shade garden with the colorful foliage of ColorBlaze® Dipt in Wine. ColorBlazere® Dipt in Wine has smooth, shiny leaves that are a crimson color with a lime-green edge.


Coleus ColorBlaze® Keystone Kopper™

Coleus ColorBlaze® Keystone Kopper™ - PPAF

Common Name: Coleus

Keystone Kopper™ has rich coppery bronze foliage that will contrast well with many colors in the landscape. Coleus are deer resistant annuals that are mainly grown for their amazing foliage colors for both shade and sun locations. 


Coleus ColorBlaze® Kingswood Torch

Coleus ColorBlaze® Kingswood Torch

Common Name: Coleus

Vivid magenta foliage is outlined in dark burgundy. Coleus Colorblaze® Kingswood Torch is a vigorous, upright variety that thrives in full sun. Great in large containers or in the garden.


Coleus Main Street Ruby

Coleus Main Street Ruby

A coleus with a beautiful magenta center, spreading to maroon and light green, 'Main Street Ruby' adds vibrant, long lasting color to your summer plantings.


Coleus Redhead

Coleus Redhead - PP21585

A solid color coleus, 'Redhead' has excellent red-magenta color in shady locations and a bit more rose-red in full sun, adding vibrant long lasting color to your summer plantings.


Colocasia esculenta Royal Hawaiian® 'Black Coral'

Colocasia esculenta Royal Hawaiian® 'Black Coral' - PP23896

Common Name: Elephant Ear

This dramatic new introduction is one of the blackest of the Elephant Ears and if that is not enough, it has electric blue veining! It is sure to be a show stopper in garden or container.


Colocasia gigantea 'Thailand Giant Strain'

Colocasia gigantea 'Thailand Giant Strain'

Common Name: Elephant Ear

Colocasia gigantea Thailand Giant Strain's leaves grow to 5' long and 4' wide in one season with ample water and fertilizer. A mature plant will reach 9' tall by 15' wide!


Confetti Garden® Hawaiian Summer

Confetti Garden® Hawaiian Summer

  • Calibrachoa Aloha Kona™ Hot Orange PPAF
  • Aloha Kona™ Cherry Red PPAF
  • Aloha Kona™ Pineapple PPAF

Confetti Garden® Patriot

Confetti Garden® Patriot

  • Petunia Surprise® Red
  • Verbena Empress® Flair White
  • Calibrachoa Aloha™ Blue Sky PPAF

Confetti Garden® Pineapple Punch

Confetti Garden® Pineapple Punch

  • Potunia® Plus Yellow
  • Verbena Empress® Flair White
  • Bidens Bidy Gonzales™ Top

Confetti Garden® Shocking Blue

Confetti Garden® Shocking Blue

  • Petunia Surprise®Blue Sky
  • Verbena Wicked Blue
  • Calibrachoa Aloha Kona™ Midnight Blue PPAF

Coreopsis 'Citrine'

Coreopsis 'Citrine' - PP22478

Common Name: Tickseed

'Citrine's' bright yellow petals and sunshiney orange center make this Coreopsis an impressive show starting in the spring and going all the way through the summer into the fall.  No need to dead-head this flower; new buds develop right where the olds ones were.


Coreopsis 'Crème Brûlée'

Coreopsis 'Crème Brûlée' - PP16096

Common Name: Tickseed

Coreopsis ‘Crème Brûlée's butter-yellow flowers bloom on mounds of vigorous, dark green foliage. A long-awaited upgrade of the ever-popular Coreopsis 'Moonbeam.' Has larger, darker flowers than 'Moonbeam' and a fuller appearance.


Coreopsis 'Lightning Bug'

Coreopsis 'Lightning Bug' - PP27361

Common Name: Threadleaf Tickseed

A short, compact coreopsis that is covered in large red-eyed, bright gold flowers, Coreopsis 'Lightning Bug' blooms from late spring throughout summer and is a good pollinator plant.


Coreopsis Li'l Bang™ Daybreak

Coreopsis Li'l Bang™ Daybreak - PP27138

Common Name: Dwarf Tickseed

A new coreopsis introduction with the same great disease resistance and long bloom time as the Big Bang™ series but at half the height, Li'l Bang™ Daybreak forms a broad mound and produces stunning flowers with deep red petals fringed with golden yellow.


Coreopsis Li'l Bang™ Enchanted Eve

Coreopsis Li'l Bang™ Enchanted Eve - PPAF

Common Name: Dwarf Tickseed

A new coreopsis introduction with the same great disease resistance and long bloom time as the Big Bang™ series but at half the height, Li'l Bang™Enchanted Eve forms a broad mound and rich yellow flowers with a soft red eye that becomes more pronounced in cooler temperatures.


Coreopsis Big Bang™ 'Mercury Rising'

Coreopsis Big Bang™ 'Mercury Rising' - PP24689

Common Name: Tickseed

'Mercury Rising' is a new hardy red Coreopsis that will grow in zone 5. The large, red flowers will bloom profusely from summer to fall and will attract butterflies and honeybees.


Coreopsis grandiflora Sun Up

Coreopsis grandiflora Sun Up

Common Name: Tickseed

An early blooming Coreopsis,'Sun Up' is naturally compact with semi-double yellow flowers all summer long.


Coreopsis grandiflora SunKiss

Coreopsis grandiflora SunKiss - PPAF

Common Name: Tickseed

From late spring through late summer this coreopsis is covered in loads of bright yellow with large deep red blotch flowers that face straight up. Coreopsis 'SunKiss' is a new introduction that is easy to grow, reliable and heat tolerant with a well-branched, compact form.


Coreopsis palustris 'Summer Sunsine'

Coreopsis palustris 'Summer Sunsine'

Common Name: Swamp Tickseed

Summer Sunshine is a native, butterfly, swamp lovin' perennial which yields beautiful, yellow flowers that last for 6 weeks from summer through the fall.


Coreopsis rosea 'American Dream'

Coreopsis rosea 'American Dream'

Common Name: Tickseed

Coreopsis rosea ‘American Dream’ has small, rosy-pink, daisy-like flowers with yellow centers throughout the summer above finely dissected, bright green foliage. Vigorous grower.


Coreopsis verticillata 'Bengal Tiger'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Bengal Tiger' - PP25345

Common Name: Threadleaf Tickseed

A very hardy, disease resistant and tidily mounded coreopsis with interesting flowers of rich golden, yellow with a large dark red eye that seems to have been brush stroked on. Asexual propagation prohibited.


Coreopsis verticillata 'Main Street'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Main Street' - PPAF

Common Name: Threadleaf Tickseed

'Main Street' has ruby red blossoms on a compact and mounding form with as much blooming power as the rest in the Cruizin' series.


Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Moonbeam'

Common Name: Threadleaf Tickseed

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Moonbeam’ is an extremely popular variety with masses of small, pale yellow daisy-like flowers throughout the summer amid lacy foliage. Very long blooming. 1992 Perennial Plant of the Year.


Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'

Coreopsis verticillata 'Zagreb'

Common Name: Tickseed Threadleaf

Coreopsis verticillata ‘Zagreb’ has masses of small, golden-yellow daisy-like blossoms throughout the summer. Vigorous, upright, lacy foliage.


Cornus alba Neon Burst™

Cornus alba Neon Burst™ - PP27956

Common Name: Red Twig Dogwood

Compact plants with attractive chartreuse foliage with good sun tolerance. Stems have a rich red hue early in the season. Fall foliage is a rainbow of purple, red, yellow and orange. In winter, stems turn glossy scarlet red.


Cornus florida 'Cherokee Brave'

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Brave' - PP10166

Common Name: Red Flowering Dogwood

A vigorous grower. Reddish-pink to burgundy spring blooms have a white center. Red berries in fall complement burgundy-red foliage. Good mildew resistance. Unlicensed propagation prohibited.


Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess'

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess'

Common Name: White Flowering Dogwood

Large, white bracts up to 5" across bloom abundantly in early spring, followed by red berries. Green foliage turns red to reddish-purple in fall.


Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'

Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'

Common Name: White Kousa Dogwood

A broad, bushy form suitable for smaller landscapes. White blooms in late spring, followed by red berries. More floriferous than the species. Deep purple-red foliage in the fall. Excellent as a small specimen tree.


Cornus kousa 'Rutpink' Scarlet Fire&Reg;

Cornus kousa 'Rutpink' Scarlet Fire&Reg; - PP28311

Massive, glowing, and deep pink flowering bracts from the Rutgers breeding program. Produces attractive fruit and excellent fall color. Unlicensed propagation prohibited.


Cornus kousa 'Wolf Eyes'

Cornus kousa 'Wolf Eyes'

Common Name: Variegated Dogwood

'Wolf Eyes' has a shrubby, broad spreading habit with prominent creamy-white margined leaves. Late spring brings a 'floral' show of white bracts, followed by raspberry colored berries and fall foliage streaked in hues of pink and red.


Cornus stolonifera Arctic Fire™

Cornus stolonifera Arctic Fire™ - PP18523

Common Name: Red Twig Dogwood

Brilliant red stems and a compact, dwarf,  non-suckering habit makes Arctic Fire™ ideal for smaller gardens.  Use cut stems in hoiday arrangements. 


Corydalis 'Canary Feathers'

Corydalis 'Canary Feathers' - PP18909

Common Name: Yellow Corydalis

‘Canary Feathers' has blue-green, fern-like foliage with large, canary-yellow flowers. A prolific and long flowering cultivar, Corydalis ‘Canary Feathers' prefers moist, well-drained soils.


Cosmos 'Sonata Mix'

Cosmos 'Sonata Mix'

Common Name: Cosmos

Cosmos Sonata Mix is a cheerful mix of large pink, rose and white flowers blooms above compact, ferny foliage.


Cotinus Winecraft Black®

Cotinus Winecraft Black®

Common Name: Smokebush

A feast for the eyes from spring through autumn!

Winecraft Black® is the first Proven Winners smokebush, so you know it must be special. In spring, round leaves emerge rich purple but as summer's heat comes on, they turn a deep near-black tone and finally light up in an array of reds and oranges in fall. In early summer, large, soft panicles of bloom appear that become the misty "smoke" that makes this such a popular landscape plant. Unlike other smokebush, it naturally has a rounded, dwarf habit which means that finally, every landscape has room for this unique plant.

 


Cotinus x dummeri 'Grace'

Cotinus x dummeri 'Grace'

Common Name: Smokebush

A large, deciduous shrub, with rounded leaves that emerge wine-red maturing to reddish-blue and then bright orange-red in autumn. Masses of large, deep pink panicles cover this shrub in early summer.


Cotoneaster adpressus 'Little Gem'

Cotoneaster adpressus 'Little Gem'

Common Name: Creeping Cotoneaster

A prostrate, deciduous, dwarf shrub with arching branches that form a dense, mounding habit. Dark green leaves turn red in fall. Red foliage and red berries can produce a colorful fall show.


Cotoneaster dammeri 'Coral Beauty'

Cotoneaster dammeri 'Coral Beauty'

Common Name: Bearberry Cotoneaster

Low growing, trailing evergreen with glossy green foliage. Petite white flowers in the spring followed by coral-red fruit which lasts well into the winter. Easy to grow and long lived.


Cotoneaster salicifolius 'Scarlet Leader'

Cotoneaster salicifolius 'Scarlet Leader'

Common Name: Willowleaf Cotoneaster

Low-growing ground-cover with dark, glossy green leaves. Foliage develops a reddish-purple color in winter. Heavy scarlet fruit persist through winter. Semi-evergreen.


Crocosmia 'Lucifer'

Crocosmia 'Lucifer'

Common Name: Montbretia

The brilliant red, crescent sprays of tubular flowers atop sword-like foliage add textural interest and a tropical flair to the summer garden.


Crocosmia Orange Pekoe®

Crocosmia Orange Pekoe®

Common Name: Montbretia

2' tall clumps of vibrant yellow and orange flowers top slender, gracefully arching stems. Great in the garden or as a cut flower. 


Cyperus papyrus 'King Tut®'

Cyperus papyrus 'King Tut®'

Common Name: Egyptian Papyrus

Possibly the coolest container plant of all time. Even the ancient Egyptians thought so! Huge green pom poms tower over everything in summer until frost. ‘'King Tut®'’is a large, non-hardy grass-like plant that adds impressive architectural interest and grace to every spot we've tried it. Great in large landscape beds, along the water's edge or in containers. The giant green flower spikelets (pom poms) can measure more than 1' across!

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