Coneflower. Sun; blooms in
summer; flowers 4-4 1/2" across. Excellent cut flower; cones
dry beautifully for permanent arrangements. Many are native
2-3’; rose purple drooping petals;
tolerant of heat and drought.
Yellow Coneflower. 2-4’; slender,
drooping ray florets that are a brilliant golden yellow; the
only yellow-flowering Echinacea species; Ozark native.
2-3'; showy purple flowers; one of
our best native wildflowers; attracts butterflies.
Brilliant deep beet-red petals are individually fused to the
traditional orange cone. Stout, burgundy stems support this
unique flower that blooms summer until frost. Full sun,
‘Butterfly Kisses.’ Fragrant, bright pink
pompom flowers cover a wonderfully petite plant. Large
flowers, reaching 3” across. Height 18” Full sun.
‘Cleopatra.’ Incredibly vibrant yellow petals
with large orange cones bloom all summer. Flowers are
sweetly fragrant. Compact, reaching only 18”. Full sun.
Double Scoop Series. Vibrant double blooms on
28-30" plants all summer.
'Bubblegum.' Magenta pink.
'Orangeberry.' Brilliant orange and red
'Raspberry.' Deep pink.
30-36"; bright rosy-red daisy-like
‘Doubledecker.’ A plant oddity!
This flamboyant introduction sometimes is topped with
a second layer of petals on top of the cones. Plants look
like they've put on their Easter bonnets! The rosy pink
daisies grow to 3' tall in full sun to part shade. First
year plants sometimes produce singe flowers. From the
second year forward, a high percentage of two-tiered flowers
appear. Grows to 40”.
orange and yellow flowers are hot, hot, hot! One of the
earliest Coneflowers to bloom! Height 36-40”.
The worlds first green Echinacea!
Unique in both color and form. Broad lime-green petals
flushed red toward the base around a green cone. Long
lasting flowers on strong, stems reaching 30 inches tall.
Blooms late summer, July and August.
‘Green Jewel.’ Light green petals
surround the large, green cone of the fragrant flower. Stay
green throughout the flower’s bloom. Height 20-24”, spread
'Greenline.' Luscious blossoms are made
up of ray petals of pale lime to white that surround 3-4"
mounded circles of fluorescent lime-green with
emerald-green centers. Long
lasting cut flower, 26". Sun to part shade perennial.
‘Guava Ice.’ Large, fully double, orange
flowers are frosted with pink. Flowers are fully double and
nicely large. Blooms summer until frost. Full sun, 24-30.”
‘Hope.’ Soft pink flowers of
great size and substance adorn this beauty. It is dedicated
to the breast cancer survivors and the memories of those who
have succumbed. For each plant sold a donation is made to
the Susan G. Komen Foundation, to help further the search
for a cure for breast cancer. This plant grows 2’.
‘Hot Papaya.’ Double
pom-pom blooms top thick maroon stems and are held high atop
deep green, lush foliage. Deep colored flowers appear from
June to August on well branched stems. Grows 30-36” tall.
like rainbow sherbet, these fragrant, 3½” blossoms first
emerge pastel yellow with a large copper cone, then quickly
develop into double, coral pink flowers with a slightly
deeper pink pom-pom on top. As the flowers mature, the
center of the pom-pom gradually lightens to citron yellow
and the ray petals lighten to peachy pink. It’s a
kaleidoscope of delicious colors that are sure to add a
unique element to fresh flower bouquets. Grows 32".
‘Julia.’ Tangerine-orange flowers bloom atop
sturdy stems. Blooms summer through fall. Height 18” Full
'Little Annie.' A
teeny-tiny Coneflower with miniature flowers, leaves and
stems. Plants grow 6-10" tall. From midsummer into early
fall, bright lavender pink flowers measuring about 2½ inches
across with an orange cone are produced prolifically.
Deadheading prolongs the bloom time.
24-36"; bright rosy-red daisy-like
blooms; petals do not droop;
1998 Perennial Plant of the Year.
'Marmalade.' Fully double, pompom marmalade
orange blossoms bring great color and form to the garden and
the vase. Blooms 8-12 weeks beginning in early summer.
Grows 26-30" tall.
‘Meringue.’ White petals surround
a creamy yellow pom-pom with an apple green center. As
flower ages, pom-pom turns lighter yellow. Height 18”,
‘Milkshake.’ Fully double white
flowers with a contrasting yellow center in the developing
flowers. Exceptionally floriferous, well-branched plants
that produce blooms over a long period. Height 35”.
‘Pica Bella.’ Very thin watermelon
pink petals are held horizontally around a colorful
orange-bronze central cone. Height 22”.
'Piccolino.' Fully double pink flowers top 10"
dwarf plants all season.
'Powwow White.' Non-stop pure white flowers
top 16-24" plants.
'Powwow Wild Berry.' Non-stop raspberry pink
flowers top 16-24" plants all summer. Petals hold color
longer than other coneflowers.
‘Prairie Giant.’ Huge flowers
spanning 6-9” across top 30-40” stalks. The massive flowers
are made up of narrow pink petals. Beautiful rich dark
green leaves grow up to 24” long and 4 1/2” wide.
‘Prairie Splendor.’ Selected for
its earlier bloom time and extended flower period from early
summer into fall. Produces large 4 - 6 inch rose pink
flowers on relatively short, compact plants. Reaches 24
'Raspberry Truffle.' Huge 4" salmon-pink
pompom with dark red centers are surrounded by horizontal
pink ray petals. Chocolate colored stems add to the
fantastic display, Deliciously fragrant. Profuse flowering,
great habit, vigorous grower. 28-32".
‘Red Baron.’ Light purple flowers start single
then form to completely full puff balls. Something
completely different for a Coneflower. Full sun.
‘Ruby Giant.’ Absolutely huge 7”
recurved ruby blooms are held aloft on stocky plants.
Refined and improved in color, flower size and an attractive
flattened cone shape and poised habit. Destined for
Sombrero Series. Sturdy, well-branched plants
produce myriads of bright, rich colored flowers over a long
'Hot Coral.' Coral orange.
'Lemon.' Bright yellow.
'Salsa Red.' Deep red.
'Sandy Yellow.' Sunny yellow.
'Southern Belle.' Blooms longer than
most! Flat ray petals stick out from the fully double, deep
magenta colored cone like a formal pink pettiskirt. From its
Echinacea tenneseensis parentage comes its
extreme vigor, amazing bloom power and a super long life.
36" tall and wide.
‘Tangerine Dream.’ Elegant 4”
clear orange flowers with wide, overlapping petals. The
bloom holds its color better that most Coneflowers and have
a lovely honey scent. Height 27-30”.
coneflower with massive 4 1/2” flowers. Retains intense
color for weeks rather than days. Spicy-scented top 36”
Long time favorite with white flowers
and green-bronze cones. 36".
Globe Thistle. Sun; flowers in
summer; excellent cut and dried; attracts butterflies.
bannaticus ‘Blue Glow.’ Intense
blue decorative flowers. The leaves are more hairy and very
deeply cut. Good cut flower. Attracts hummingbirds and
ECHIUM amoenum 'Red Feathers'.
Low-growing mounds of narrow dark green leathery foliage are
topped with feathery deep red flower spikes in spring.
Blooms for an exceptionally long time and plants will
rebloom in summer and fall if properly deadheaded. Thrives
on neglect, prefers full sun, grows 12-16".
Shade/partial shade; blooms spring; good ground cover;
prefers slightly acid, damp soil, good woodland addition.
Delicate flower resembles a bishop's hat.
grandiflorum ‘Lilafee.’ Sprawling, clump-forming
plant of bright-green oval leaflets held together with wiry
stems. Topped in spring with loose sprays of little 'winged'
lavender-violet flowers. A very vigorous and floriferous
cultivar. 18” tall, 12" wide.
rubrum. Excellent fast growing
groundcover with red tinted leaves and crimson and white
flowers, leaves turn green in summer, then mottled in
copper-red and yellow in the fall. Grows to 12”.
versicolor ‘Sulphureum.’ 12”;
sulphur yellow flowers; medium pointed leaves; marked red in
spring; the most vigorous form. Designated a Missouri
Merit’ for it’s outstanding
youngianum. 'Niveum.' A
delightful compact plant whose serrated heart-shaped foliage
turns from red to mid-green in summer. Sprays of pure white
flowers hang on branching wiry stems above the plant in
spring. 18" tall, 10" wide.
y. ‘Roseum.’ Lavender pink
flower sprays hang on branching wiry stems above spring foliage.
Serrated heart-shaped foliage turns red to mid-green in summer. 8”.
'Akebono.' Impressive Japanese variety which appears
in early spring with sunrise red new leaves, flowers are
dainty pale pink and are held above foliage, grows to 14".
Longer blooming than any other
epimedium on the market, very unusual large flowers well
about the clean free foliage. The flowers are spectacularly
bi-colored yellow and purple. Plant in masses to better
appreciate the delicate looking small flowers. Reaches 14
inches tall and wide. Perfect for dry shade, use as a
groundcover where other shade lovers won’t cut it.
Champagne’ Large soft-pink to
clear pink flowers.
Extremely floriferous, flowers are
dark pink with lighter pink outside. The flowers appear on
arching stems well above the foliage. Reaches 14 inches
tall and wide.
Horsetail, Scouring Rush. Sun to
partial shade; spreads rapidly.
hyemale. 4'; hollow tubular
stems; ancient native plant; good to use beside pools and
for Japanese-style gardens. Can grow in moist soil or
shallow water up to 6” deep.
Dwarf Horsetail. Mounds of
evergreen, hollow stems are excellent for texture contrast
around pools. Can grow in moist soil or shallow water up to
ERIGERON 'Lynn Haven Carpet, ' Fleabane.
Fantastic evergreen carpet is topped with a profusion of
1' tall pale lilac flowers. Easy to grow and very tolerant
of dry shade, where few other plants will grow. Sun to
Sulphur Buckwheat. An essential
long-blooming Western native! The flower contains very
attractive umbels of different shades of yellow flowers.
Evergreen plants that work great in rock gardens. Height
10”, spread 10”.
Heron’s Bill, Stork's Bill.
Sun to light shade.
One of the longest blooming
perennials ever. Large, perky, hot pink flowers provide
color in late spring through summer. Deep green foliage is
great for borders and can be used as a ground cover,
reaching 6 inches tall and 18 inches wide. Grow in moist,
well drained soil in full to part sun.
reichardii ‘Charm.' Dainty low growing
ground cover with sweet pink flowers from spring well into
fall. Grows 4-6" tall, 8-10" wide. Perfect for miniature and
fairy gardening. Sun.
Sea Holly. Sun; thistle-like
plant native to Europe; flowers in summer; drought
yuccifolium: Large spiny
ball-shaped white flower head on long stalks in July and
August. Holds up well and vies interest through winter.
Dry to medium soil; is best. 4-5’. Sun.
'Little Blue Jackpot.' Over 100 radiant, true
blue, thistle-like flowers on EACH BRANCH!! Long-lasting
fabulous color is great in the garden and in fresh and dried
‘Jade Frost.’ Scintillating variegated foliage
that is deer and rabbit resistant takes on hues of pink in
cooler weather. Summer blooming globes of purple. Reaches
24 inches tall and wide. Grow in full sun in well drained
‘Sunny Jackpot’ Compact plant has
variegated green foliage and cream edges. Blue flowers
emerge from frilled bracts. Sterile plant gives long
blooming season. Height 32”.
Mist Flower. Sun; good cut
flower. Butterfly magnet, good meadow plant or waterside
plants. Good cut.
Joe’. Well-branched purple stems
add color and contrast to the mass of bright fuchsia
flowers. Extremely long bloom time and plants are a magnet
for butterflies. 24-30”.
maculatum ‘Gateway’, Joe-Pye Weed.
6’; huge red flower clusters on thick, wine-red stems; very
choice; flowers in late summer and fall.
stems are topped in summer with large violet flowers.
Tolerant of light shade.
‘Red Dwarf.’ Large pink-wine flowers bloom in
midsummer. One of the dwarf Joe Pye Weeds, reaching 4’ in
height. Full sun.
EUONYMUS ‘Wo-long Ghost,’
leaves with bright white midrib and white veining. From the
Wo-long province of China, home of the giant pandas.
Cushion Spurge. Sun; blooms
May-June; needs good drainage but tolerates poor soil.
polychroma. Pale green leaves are topped with
bright yellow bracts that shine brightly. Drought tolerant.
Full sun, 12-18” Deer and rabbit resistant.
Donkey Tail Spurge.
4-6” stems are spiraled with
thick, bluish leaves. Evergreen. Tolerant of drought and
dry, hot areas.
‘Ascot Rainbow.’ Grey-green
leaves with a yellow edge. Leaves have red, pink and orange
tips in cool months. Cream, lime and green flower bracts.
Height 20”. Excellent in containers and the garden.
‘Blackbird.’ Compact, bushy, deep
purple foliage with tufts of red new growth. Yellow-green
bracts in late spring. Plant in full sun for best color.
‘Bonfire.’ Phenomenal color.
Deep purple, red and orange leaves with a touch of
chartreuse are set ablaze with crackling sulphur yellow
bracts in spring. Forms an 18” mound.
‘Fireglow.’ Vivid orange-fuchsia bracts glow
early summer. Leaves emerge in spring with a reddish tinge
then turn to a dark green color. Vigorous. Sun to part
‘First Blush.’ Variegated pale green foliage
with white margins. New growth has rose-pink tint. Bright
yellow flower bracts adorn the plant in spring and fade to
match the foliage. 12”, full sun.
'Mini Martini.’ Upright clumping
reddish stems of linear green foliage. Light green, disc
shaped flower bracts with red centers. Height 14”.
‘Tiny Tim.’ Long lasting
chartreuse blooms with red centers make this a unique
looking plant! Foliage is very tight and mound-like. Height