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All Plants on this page are in Trade Quart Pots (Qt.) which are 1.68Pints (794 ml) liquid measure. 

(Similar to a true nursery quart on top width and height, but tapered to a smaller bottom for lighter shipping.)

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$11.99 Qt.

 

Hedychium greenii       Red Leaf Ginger        Zone:  7-10         

Hedychium greeniiAn exciting variety spikes of bold salmon red flowers shaped like ruffled butterflies w/ a delicate scent . Only this ginger produces plantlets on the terminal inflorescence after blooming, which can be planted to produce other plants.  Fabulous foliage because of its maroon/red undersides. Definitely and eye catcher! Hardy to 0 degrees. Atypical Roots

Soil:  Moist but well-drained, rich organic       H: 4-5'   W:3-4'            B/M:  Salmon red/8-9

  Attracts Hummingbirds

 

Heleniums - Helen's Flowers -  are one of the 'Backbone' plants of the late summer garden!  

The common name 'Sneezeweed' is complete misnomer!  Because they bloom at the same time as Ragweed, folks think they cause sneezing BUT the Butterfly will tell you 'tis not so.  Ragweed is wind pollinated and flies up your nose and down your throat.  Heleniums are insect pollinated, NOT wind pollinated and therein, good reader, lies the difference.

 

$12.99 Qt.

Helenium 'Potter's Wheel'    Sneezeweed or Helen's Flower     Zone: 4-9   

Helenium 'Potter's Wheel'    Sneezeweed or Helen's Flowe

'Potter's Wheel' flowers from August through Fall with a dark brown cone, deep crimson brown petals marked with gold bands at the petal's edge.  The back of the bloom mimics the top in color.  Named and selected by Inez Arnold of the Netherlands.

Soil: Average to Wet          H: 22"  W:         B/M: Crimson brown/8-frost

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Helenium 'Rauchtopas' (not 'Rauchtopaz')   Sneezeweed or Helen's Flower     Zone: 4-9   

Helenium 'Rauchtopas' (not 'Rauchtopaz')   Sneezeweed or Helen's FloweIntroduced by Uwe Peglow of Germany (who confirms our correct spelling) with golden petals with brown flecking on the top and even more brown on the undersides.  Leaves remain nice and clean through the season and this is a stocky, never needs staking plant.

Soil: Average to Wet          H:  W:         B/M: Gold with brown/7-9

Hybrid of US Natives

$10.99 Qt.

Helenium x 'Rubinzwerg'  Dwarf Helen's Flowers, Sneezeweed   SunLight ShadePart Shade    Zone:4-9

Helenium x 'Rubinzwerg'Dark green foliage, reaching 24-30" lay the backdrop for brilliant, burnt red petaled blooms around a yellow and brown cone in July and August.  Most compact than other forms, 'Rubinzwerg' performs best under consistently moist conditions.  Thoroughly aggravated by drought but 'so' worth watering if necessary!

Soil: Average to Wet          H:24-30"  W: 18-24"    B/M: Burnt red/8-10

Hybrid of US Natives

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Butterflies, Butterfly

$12.99 Qt.

Helenium 'Waltraut'    Helen's Flowers, Sneezeweed      Zone: 4-9   

Helenium 'Waltraut'    Helen's Flowers, SneezeweedAKA, 'Waltraud'  Burnt yellow background strongly marked with orange/red except at the base of the petal which remains yellow.  The back of the petals are an even orange-brown.  The orange/red color intensifies as the flowers age.

Soil: Average to Wet          H: 30-36" IB W:          B/M: Burnt yellow, orange to red/7-9

Hybrid of US Natives

Cut Flower

Butterflies, Butterfly

 

Helianthus & Heliopsis - The Perennial Sunflowers - Put the Power of Gold in the Fall Garden!  

$10.99 Qt.

Helianthus angustifolia 'Gold Lace'  (angustifolius)  Swamp  Sunflower      Zone: 5-9   

Helianthus angustifolia 'Gold Lace'It's often hard to improve on Mother Nature's work, especially with a species that's just dynamite but 'Gold Lace' is 2 feet short, not as wide, blooms several weeks earlier and with more controlled growth than the species so now folks with a smaller garden can have the traffic stopping beauty of our Native Swamp Sunflower.  Good deep green, leather like foliage and a mass of blooms.  Super with ornamental grasses. 

Soil: Any, moist best but will even take dry         H:5-6'  W: 2-3'     B/M: Gold/8-9

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Attracts Butterflies

$10.99 Qt.

Helianthus 'Lemon Queen'    Lemon Queen Sunflower    Zone: 5-9A      

Helianthus 'Lemon Queen'2" soft lemon yellow blooms atop a selection of a naturally occurring Midwestern hybrid.  H. pauciflorus var. subrhomboideus x H. tuberosus get together out in the Plains for a little hanky-panky and 'Lemon Queen' is a selection of the resulting progeny.  Sturdy stems need no staking in full sun.

Soil: Most any    H: 4-6' IB   W:     B/M:  Lemon yellow/7-8

 

Attracts Butterflies

 

$9.99 Qt.

Helianthus maximiliani      Prarie Sunflower       Zone: 4-10         

Helianthus maximilianiBuilds a stout & broad hedge all summer of hairy, grayish-green, acuminate leaves. In early fall, hundreds of bright yellow, 3" sunflowers burst into a very showy spectacle & produce excellent bird seed! Closely associated w/ the bluestem grasses. Tuberous root of this plant was eaten both raw or cooked by Native Americans.  

Soil: Moist but well-drained        H: 36-72" W: 40"        B/M: Gold 8-10 

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Attracts Butterflies

$9.99 Qt.

Helianthus salicifolius   (H. salicifolia)     Willow Leaved Sunflower       Zone: 4-9       

Helianthus salicifoliusWillowy stems & attractive very narrow, fine-textured foliage topped w/ clusters of 2" blooms. Very tall but benefits from being cut by 1/2 in early July for compactness. Prefers moist soil but will even tolerate drought after being established. 

Soil: Any but moist best       H: 6-8'     W: 36"       B/M: Yellow/ 8-9 

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Attracts Butterflies

$11.99 Qt.

Helianthus salicifolius 'Low Down' PP#13,197    DWARF Perennial Sunflower     Z: 4-9     

Helianthus salicifolius 'Low Down'Oh my gosh.  Dr. Keith Hammet of New Zealand has created a 'pet' for his other Sunflower creation above, the very compact 'First Light'.   Well... compared, to the species (6-8' tall) little 'ole 'Low Down' isn't big enough to be a 'companion' so it has to be a pet!   Amazing!  Planted in mass, it makes a carpet of bright daisy-like blooms.  And like all Helianthus, not fussy, not demanding, takes poorly drained soil.  Anything but very dry.  This is bordering on a genetic miracle -- from an 8' foot tall species to a 12" tall ball of gold!

Soil: Any but moist best            H:12"    W: 16-20"            B/M: Yellow/ 8-9

Attracts Butterflies

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$10.99 Qt.

Heliopsis helianthoides v. scabra 'Sunburst'    Variegated Ox Eye False Sunflower  Zone: 3-9     

Heliopsis scabra 'Sunburst'     Ox Eye False Sunflower

New for 2012 and similar to 'Lorraine Sunshine' PP10690 but produces true from seed!  Attractive cream and green variegation and single 2-2/12" golden yellow blooms in the dead heat of summer.  As the heat of summer comes on, tends to lose some variegation which is typical for Variegated Heliopsis (and actually many variegated plants) but honestly, the blooms just stand out more!  And there are just masses of them.

Soil: Fertile, moist but well-drained            H: 24-36"  W:  18-24"     B/M: Gold/6-9

Attracts Butterflies

 

$9.99 Qt.

Hemerocallis 'Kwanzo Flore Plena'    Double Orange Daylily    Zone:  

Hemerocallis 'Kwanzo Flore Plena'    Double Orange DaylilyAnd old classic.  Fully double orange blooms on the best plant that ever grew on the side of the highway!

Like all Hemerocallis, dependable, easy, carefree, long blooming.  We quit selling Hemerocallis years ago because there were too many in the trade and many specialists selling just them.  But we just haven't quite been able to part with this one.  Look at the photo link.  It really is stunning!

Soil: Most any   H:  W:    B/M:   Orange Double/

 

$11.99 Qt.

Hemiboea henryi  (5 photos on this page but worth the wait!)    Zone: *(5)7-          

Hemiboea henryiNew name: Hemiboea subcapitata C. B. Clarke var. guangdongensis (what-a-mouthful)

Vigorous plant spreads by underground runners. Upright with glossy foliage.  Perennial herb with stems 5-10" (rarely 15") tall. Flowers are tubular, white or flushed pink with brown spotting in throat. Blooms in July. Grows in forests on moist mountain slopes in many places in China. Used as a Chinese herb. Gesneriaceae.  *This past winter (2004-5) quart pots of Hemiboea overwintered outside which means they're much hardier than zone 7 -- probably zone 5.

Soil: Moist but well-drained              H: 5-10"   W: Indef.        B/M:  White/7-8

Chinese Plants/Chinese Native

$11.99 Qt.

Hepatica nobilis var. acuta   (H. acutiloba)  Sharplobe Hepatica       Zone:4-9     

Hepatica nobilis var. acutilobaApple green new, heart-shaped leaves w/ three sharp lobes, appear thru dark older ones. The buds are covered in SILKY HAIR, which open to flowers that say SPRING IS HERE! Not delicate plants, but don't plant among strong growers or let them dry out in spring. Found naturally in limey soil, that doesn't prevent it from settling in easily to the acid garden according to Dan Hinkley.

Soil: MOIST but well-drained  H:4-6"  W: 9-12"      B/M:  Blue, lavender or white/Spring

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$9.99 Qt.

 

Herniaria glabra        Rupturewort          Zone: 4-9             

Herniaria glabraRuptureworts are excellent in rock gardens or rock wall because they form tight mats of tiny evergreen leaves. 1", tiny white flowers over dark green foliage. A creeper used as a ground cover or between stones. Former medicinal uses. Foliage turns bronze in winter. Slowly spreading, around 12" square in 2 years.  Looks a lot like Thyme but easier to grow.

Soil: Most any        H: 1-2" W: Indef.          B/M: Creamy White/7-8

$11.99 Qt.

 

Herniaria glabra 'Sea Foam' PP15989     Variegated Rupturewort        Zone: 4-9               

Herniaria glabra 'Sea Foam' PP15989     Variegated RupturewortAll the great features of the species, forming tight mats of tiny evergreen leaves, perfect between stepping stones or as a ground covering but Sea Foam is an exciting new color - the tiny green leaves are edged in white.  Now mind you, the leaves are tiny, so the effect from a distance isn't variegated it's more like 'Sea Foam' but close inspection shows the tiny variegation.  Sun to light shade. Slowly spreading, around 12" square in 2 years.  Looks a lot like Thyme but easier to grow.

Soil: Most any        H: 1-2" W: Indef.          B/M: Creamy White/7-8

$14.99 Qt.

Hesperaloe parviflora   Red Yucca      Zone: 5-9         

Hesperaloe parvifloraFoliage like a yucca but WITHOUT THE SPINES and with deep orange-red blooms with yellow throats in profusion May-July and late into the season.  As you might guess, it's a favorite with hummingbirds.  Prefers dry soil but is accommodating as long as it's well-drained.

Soil:  Well-drained        H:24-36" (4-6' IB) W:36-48"     B/M:  Deep Orange red/5-7

Thanks, in particular to Terra Nova, there are an abundance of exciting new Heuchera Hybrids.  Where once we had only the classic 'Palace Purple,' now one can find at least of touch of almost every color in the rainbow.  Gold, burgundy, silver, near black and apricot to mention a few.   "Most hybrids are combinations of sanguinea, americana and micrantha with exact parentage confused and unclear. 

Tips on Growing Heucheras:   1. Well-drained soil   2.  Divide them every couple of years and 'bring them back to earth'.  Eventually they tend to have stems that are too long.  If that happens, just break them apart and plant them farther down in the soil.  3. Most will take full sun in cooler, northern zones with adequate moisture. 

in north if moist, otherwise   H. villosa (Southwest Native) in the parentage also means more sun tolerance.

Heat and Humidity:  If you live in the deep South, be sure and look for Heucheras that have Heuchera villosa in their gene pool.  They are much more tolerant of Heat and Humidity.

Bloom Time:  If you want to extend the bloom season, H. americana, H. micrantha, H. sanguinea hybrids/cultivars bloom early (late spring, early summer)  H. villosa hybrids bloom later, in midsummer.

$11.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Amethyst Myst'    Coral Bells      Zone: 4-9    in north if moist,

Heuchera x 'Amethyst Myst'

Stunning amethyst foliage with a silver 'fog' shimmering over it.  Distinctly different that other Burgundy tones in Heucheras.  The leaves are near beet-red shading to dark burgundy along the veins with a silvery sheen.  The flowers give a light, airy feel to the shade garden.  Really stunning oldie but still goody!  Clumps of glossy leave can reach an impressive 24" across.  (H.micrantha x americana hybrid)

Soil: Moist but well-drained, Neutral        H: 9"(26"IB) W: 17"      B/M:      /5-7

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Autumn Leaves' PP22103     Villosa Hybrid Coral Bells   Zone: 4-9      in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Autumn Leaves' PP22103     Coral Bells

A four season plant that just knocks you out in every one of those seasons.  Red leaves in spring, taupe in summer, shocking ruby red in fall and winter.   Wow the colors are just amazing.   Relatives in it's breeding (H. americana and H. villosa) give it improved resistance to heat and humidity and a longer/later bloom time.. 

Soil:  Moist but well-drained   H: 8" (12" IB) W: 17"      B/M:  Rose/5-7

Hybrid of US Natives

$13.99 Qt.

 

Heuchera 'Blackout' PP20613    Coral Bells   Zone: 4-9      in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Blackout' PP20613    Coral BellsCan their possibly be a Heuchera that DARKER than OBSIDIAN?  Yes there can and this is it!  With leaves that are almost shiny and appear in dense layers it ha white flowers and a great compact habit.  Wonderful with light color hostas.  Well, like the classic "Little Black Dress", this goes with everything!

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H: 6-9"  W: 12-14""      B/M:  Creamy white/6-7

Hybrid of US Natives

$14.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Citronelle' PP 17934    Villosa Hybrid Coral Bells   Zone: 4-9      in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Citronelle' PP 17934    Coral BellsThis H. villosa hybrid light golden green leave will really put 'Pop' in a shady garden spot.  Great companion for black and dark leaved Heucheras.  It's a naturally occurring sport of Heuchera 'Caramel' discoverd in France.  Considered to be more heat/humidity tolerant than most Heucheras due to the H. villosa genes.  Vigorous, clump forming Heuchera.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H: 6" (10-12" IB)  W: 9-18"      B/M:  White/6-7

Hybrid of US Natives

$13.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Fire Chief' PPAF PVR     Coral Bells  Zone: 4-9   in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Fire Chief' Glowing wine red, mid-sized leaves create a medium size mound.  They provide a perfect foundation for the bi-colored pink and white flowers on dark red stems.  In winter, it holds it wine red color, darkening only a bit toward brown.  Blooms non-stop spring, summer and fall.  This is one fire you won't want to put out!

Soil:  Moist but well-drained      H: 15" (18"IB)   W: 15"       B/M: Pink and White/5-7

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

 

Heuchera 'Forever Purple' PPAF      Coral Bells   Zone: : 4-9    

Heuchera 'Forever Purple' PPAF      Coral BellsA big wide stunning Heuchera with ultra-purple, glossy leave with fluted edges and superb vigor. Dubbed 'Forever Purple' because it is!  Purple in all four seasons and in summer over the purple leaves of purple-pink blooms.  This is a Crowd Pleaser!  This will surely become the standard for purple foliage perennials.  Won the "Too Good to Wait Performer" award at Colorado State University trials 2015.

Soil: Well-drained, humusy, rich     H: 12"(15"IB)   W: 22"     B/M:  Purple Pink/Mid Summer

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Frosted Violet' PP15085    Villosa Hybrid Coral Bells   Zone: 4-9      in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Frosted Violet' PP15085    Coral BellA new clump-forming cultivar with parents H. 'Silver Lode' and H. 'Bronze Wave'.  New leaves emerge pink-purple in spring, gradually maturing to silvery to plum purple with dark veins.  When the sun strikes the leaves, they take on a fluorescent appearance.  Pink blooms in late spring to early summer.

Combines the vigor and large habit of the H. villosa forms with the leaf-silvering of 'Silver Scrolls'.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H: 12"  W: 24"      B/M:  Pink/5-6

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Havana' PPAF PVR     DWARF Coral Bells  Zone: 4-9   in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Havana' With  a compact habit and reblooming nature, short flowering stems with cerise pink blooms (like the glowing end of the forbidden 'Havana' cigar), this won't be released to the trade until 2010.  But we and our customers get a Sneak Peak and chance to order early.  Dense wands of flowers over swirling yellow-lime leaves veiled in white.  Most Heucheras really shouldn't waste their time blooming but oh-my-gosh, not this one -- great yellow-lime leaves and real, meaningful oh-so-hot blooms!

Soil:  Moist but well-drained     (Dwarf) H: 7" (14"IB)   W: 12"      B/M: Cerise pink/5-7

Hybrid of US Natives

$11.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Midnight Rose' PP18551  Coral Bells   Zone:   4-9     in north if moist,

Heuchera x 'Midnight Rose'"This amazing compact plant has burnished black leaves, thickly spotted hot pink in spring.  Summer leaves lighten and cream and pink dots adorn the foliage," Terra Nova.  There's never been a Heuchera with this kind of foliage.  Truly unique and beautiful reminiscent of the Tender Perennial 'Pink Splash' (Hypoestis).

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H:10" (24" IB)  W:16"   B/M: Insignificant brown/5-7  

Hybrid of US Natives

$14.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Pink Pearls' PPAF    Coral Bells   Zone: 4-9      in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Pink Pearls' PPAF    Coral Bells

A new Heuchera with medium-sized, burgundy orange foliage that deepens in color from spring into fall.  Smaller in size than most, growing 15-18" tall, it's perfect in the front of the border. The name?  Well the blooms look like hundreds of pink pearls on the raspberry stems! 

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H:15-18"  W: 8-12"       B/M:  Pink/

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Raspberry Ice' PP013340            Coral Bells        Zone: 4-9        in north if moist,

Heuchera 'Raspberry Ice' PP013340            Coral BellsLovely silvery foliage with burgundy underside and dark purple veins on the top leaves.  This is vigorous plants, reaching 24", topped in late with stalks of large pink flowers on stems to 24"  The is an extraordinary Coral Bells.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained              H: 24" IB    W: 24"     B/M: Pink/5-6

Hybrid of US Natives

$11.99 Qt.

Heuchera sanguinea 'Snow Storm'    Coral Bells    Zone: 3-8   in north if moist,

Heuchera sanguinea 'Snow Storm'    Coral BellsDark green round lobed, scalloped leaves are heavily frosted with silvery white and with stunning panicles of bell-shaped Brilliant Cerise Red blooms in late spring/early summer.  This is a vibrant, knockout color combination in a compact shade plant.  Delicious in mass!

Soil:  Moist but well-drained, Neutral      H:12-18"  W: 12-18"      B/M: Cerise Red/5/6

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$12.99 Qt.

Heuchera 'Spellbound' PP24103    Villosa Hybrid Coral Bells   Zone: 4-9     

Heuchera 'Spellbound' PP24103    Coral BellsNew 2017 from the Terra Nova H. villosa Collection with ruffled foliage that's silver with tints of rose purple.  The purple tones are more intense in spring and the silver tones are more prevalent in shade.  With its H. villosa parentage, it forms a big plant with a dense, multi-crown habit. Superb in the garden and stunning in containers in zone 6-9.  (Plants in containers are 2 zones colder the then plants in the ground.)  White blooms all summer.

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H: 9" (16"IB)  W: 16"      B/M: White/5-9

Hybrid of US Natives

$13.99 Qt.

Heuchera villosa 'Miracle' PPAF  Pink Bloom Hairy Coral Bells   Zone: 3-8     in north if moist,

Heuchera villosa 'Miracle'A great new introduction by Thierry Delabroye of France with unusual pink flowers in midsummer (most H. villosa have white).  During cool weather, the foliage is a terrific shade of brick red with chartreuse green to gold edges and silvery undersides.  In summer the foliage turns from red hues to green.  Heat and humidity tolerant like other H. villosas.  A form of a Southeastern Native.

Soil: Well-drained, humusy, rich     H:18-36"    W: 18-24"      B/M: Pink/Mid Summer

$12.99 Qt.

 

Heucherella 'Solar Power' PPAF       Foamy Bells        Zone: 4-9     in north if moist,

Heucherella 'Solar Power'

With lobed leaves of yellow gold to lime green, heavily splattered with deep red that form a spreading mound of color.  'Solar Power' take more sun than any other yellow foliage forms.  It's more lime green in full sun and more golden in some shade but even in hot areas it will tolerate sun.

Soil: Well-drained, rich      H: 12" (16"IB)   W: 20"        B/M: White/Spring

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Heucherella 'Stoplight' PP#16835   Foamy Bells        Zone: 4-9     in north if moist,

Heucherella 'Stoplight'Well, if this doesn't stop you in your tracks, then you're used to running red lights!  Bright golden yellow leaves have a dark red blotch in the center that extends out into the veins.  3 times larger and more yellow than H. 'Sunspot'.  In late spring produces white blooms spikes to 12" tall.  Grows as far South as Zone 9 but longevity of plant increases as the zone drops.  They love the cold.

Soil: Well-drained, rich    H: 6" (16" IB)  W: 14"     B/M: White/Spring

Hybrid of US Natives

$12.99 Qt.

Heucherella 'Sweet Tea' PP21296         Foamy Bells        Zone: 4-9    

Heucherella 'Sweet Tea' PP21296   New 2017 and Terra Nova describes the spring leaves as like "Cinnamon Stars"!  Large, palmately cut leaves darken from their spring color then lighten again in Fall.  With H. vilosa in it's background, it has a big, bold mounding habit.  This fast grower is destined to be a classic!

Soil:  Moist but well-drained        H: 20" (27"IB) W: 28"       B/M:  White/6-7

Hybrid of US Natives

 

Hylotelephium (formerly Sedum spectabile, Sedum telephium) are still listed that way on the Sedum Page .  Taxonomists say this is the new name but very few people have made the switch.  We'll do so when most of the public can remember this name.

 

$11.99 Qt.

Hydrastis canadensis   Goldenseal         Zone:  3-8

Hydrastis canadensisA lovely woodland herb with underground yellow rootstock producing handsome large leaves and a single white bloom followed by a red raspberry like berry.  One of those plants that confirm why we can't list by Common Name!  It has so many:  Yellowroot, yellow puccoon, orange-root, yellow Indian paint, turmeric root, Indian turmeric, Ohio curcuma, ground raspberry, eyeroot, eyebalm, yelloweye, jaundice root, Indian dye.  Native to the Northeaster United States. 

Soil: Well-drained    H: 9-12"  W: 9-12"    B/M:  White/4-5

Endangered

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$9.99 Qt.

Hypoxis hirsuta      Starflower      Zone: 5-8    

Hypoxis hirsutaCormous perennial with semi-erect, narrow, ribbed, hairy leaves to 12" long. From spring to summer, bears stems of up to 7 upward facing, yellow, green-backed flowers up to 1" across. This is a little bulb now but it grows quickly! Native that blooms sporadically all summer. Needs part shade or at least a break from the hot mid-day sun.   Atypical Roots

Soil: Moist but well-drained      H: 4-8"  W: 8"     B/M: Yellow April + on and off all summer 

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Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilafee'

Asclepias tubrosa Butterfly Weed

Asclepias tubrosa

Vernonia fasciculata

Sedum 'Blue Pearl'

Nepeta 'Walker's Low'

Physostegia virginiana 'Miss Manners'

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