Flower, Sneezeweed. Sun. Long blooming plants.
Pinch back until May 15 to encourage branching. All varieties are heavy
flower produces. Excellent cut flower. Likes moist, rich soil. Powdered disk flowers and leaves of this species
have in the past been dried and used as snuff, thus giving rise to the
common name of sneezeweed.
autumnal 'Fuego.' Unique orange petals with rings of yellow
surround a button cone. 18-30." Plants can be kept short if cut back in May.
The autumnal species is a U.S. native. From renown Dutch breeder Ari Bloom.
yellow cones touched with orange are surrounded by a flowing fringe of
colorful coppery-orange petals looking like
hundreds of orange-skirted dancers in motion atop a compact busy plant.
Flowers appear for months beginning in
mid-summer and continuing into fall. Prefers rich, moist soil and
full sun, 2-4' tall, 1 1/2' wide.
‘Ruby Charm.’ An abundance of delightful
ruby-red flowers on strong stems top dwarf, 2’ plants.
'Tie Dye.' From hybridizer Thierry Delabroye comes this
bi-colored variety with daisy-like flowers with yellow (front) and
purple-pink (back) petals. The convolved petals show both colors. Bright
green foliage. Grows to 32".
Dahlia. Sun/part shade; plants become a solid
mass of color in fall; good cut flower.
salicifolius ‘First Light.’ Chosen as a
Merit’ by the Missouri Botanical Gardens for its
out-standing qualities. Large, yellow daisies in summer and fall atop
unique small foliage. 4’.
'Happy Days.' Very large 3½ -4”, golden yellow
blossoms with an anemone-like center and short ray petals are its signature
feature. Butterflies delight in their sweet nectar from mid through late
summer. With a habit much like a dahlia, the colorful blossoms are perched
atop upright plants with purple, branched stems and green leaves. From
hybridizer Bob Brown. Height 24”, spread: 12-18”. Sun
'Sunshine Daydream.' Due to its superior qualities many
consider it the best tall double Helianthus. Multitudes of fully double
yellow blooms resembling dahlias appear all summer. Once established,
thrives in drought, heat and humidity. Robust bloomer. Height 60-72.”
Sunflower/ Snowflower. Excellent tall perennial
for back of the border. Sun/part shade; blooms mid-summer into fall;
drought tolerant; good cut flower; draws butterflies.
helianthoides var. scabra ‘Summer Sun.’ A
beautiful, carefree perennial with 3” bright, double golden flowers.
Singled out by the Missouri Botanical Gardens as a
Merit’ for its outstanding qualities. Grows to
‘Loraine Sunshine.’ Exotic variegated foliage is
white with green veins. Leaves turn somewhat greener late in season.
Generous production of large golden-yellow daisies, June until frost. 30”.
‘Sunburst.’ Charming golden yellow daisies bloom during the
heat of the summer. Striking variegated cream and green foliage draws the
eye even when not blooming. Extremely versatile, use this plant in
combination containers, as a stunning focal point, a cut flower, or to
attract butterflies. 30-36”, full sun to part shade.
Shade/partial shade; blooms late winter to early spring; excellent
Foot. 18”; strong stems hung with small clusters
of 1” yellow, bell-shaped flowers accompanies by light green oval bracts.
Fanned arrangements of narrow fingered foliage. Flowers are light-green
with maroon-tinted edges.
Christmas Rose. 12"; white flowers in late
winter, early spring; the large flowers have golden stamens and remain
decorative for weeks, turning pink or greenish; over the years. Dark,
evergreen, leathery foliage. The plant can become a large, profusely
n. 'Jacob.' Compact plants 12" tall
and wide are topped with pure white flowers in late winter and early spring.
n. ‘Josef Lemper.’ A superior variety. A
striking, winter-early spring flowering plant with beautiful flowers of
white petals set around a spring-green center, bursting with yellow-tipped
stamens. Foliage is rich, deep green.
Rose: 10-12"; nodding flowers of white, cream,
pink to purple; dense evergreen; poisonous. Designated a Missouri Botanical
Merit’ for it’s outstanding qualities. A
gardener’s dream plant —permanent, they can live up to 50 years,
disease-free, low-maintenance, and vigorous.
o. ‘Blue Lady.’ Huge 4” deep purplish blue up
facing flowers. 20”.
o. ‘Blue Metallica Lady.’ Large, silvery
o. ‘Double Queen.’ Beautiful double flowers,
mixed colors. Grows 12-15”.
o. 'Golden Discovery.' Fully double large flowers are stunning
shades of yellow
to lime green. Grows 12" tall, 15" wide.
o. ‘Red Lady.’ Large over-lapping red-magenta
petals with a deeper center rise above masses of glossy dark, leather-like
leaves. Grows 12-30”.
o. ‘White Lady Spotted.’ White flowers with
conspicuous dark-red spots.
o. ‘Yellow Lady.’ Sturdy-stemmed, mostly upturned
yellow flowers. 14-18”.
‘Amber Gem.’ A double apricot dream! Blooms are
yellow infused and blushed with red– like a ripe apricot. One of the rarest
colors in Hellebores. Height 12-14”.
‘Ballerina Ruffles.’ Large, fluffy double flowers
in varying shades of pink. Blooms will keep their color for up to 3 months!
Gorgeous evergreen foliage. Part to full shade. 18-22.”
‘Berry Swirl.’ Dark reddish-purple 3” double
blooms have creamy white centers. The downward facing flowers have heavy red
veining on the back of the petals. Height 12-14”.
‘Cherry Blossom.’ Large 3” flowers of a soft pink
color with a red starburst in the center. Height 18-22” , spread 24”.
‘Cotton Candy.’ These double, fluffy, light pink flowers are
so appealing you can almost taste the cotton candy. Height 12-14”.
‘Ellen Picotee.’ Creamy white petals are flushed
with purple that end in dark purple edges. Fully double flowers are less
nodding than other doubles. Evergreen foliage.
‘Ellen Pink.’ Light pink flowers that may or may
not have purple speckles are fully double. Evergreen foliage is deer and
rabbit resistant. Hellebores are pretty in pink!
‘Ellen Purple.’ Dark double purple flowers bloom
early spring. Blossoms are more upright than other double Hellebores.
Evergreen foliage. Part to full shade.
‘Ellen White.’ Light pointed petals of pure white
are lightly dusted with maroon spots. Double blooms are upright. Evergreen
leaves are deer and rabbit resistant.
‘Golden Lotus.’ 2-3 1/2” double yellow flowers.
Some have red speckling. Blooms profusely and is a vigorous grower. Height
'Harlequin Gem.' Spectacular mix of double-flowered plants
with very complex colors; the inside color contrasting with the outside. The
inside can be streaked with red, green, or yellow, the outside is black or
purple. One of the world's top hybridizers, Marietta O'Byrne has created
this wonderful Winter Jewels™ Strain. A delight in the winter garden. Deer
'Jade Tiger.' Exotic as only a tiger can be. Fabulous double
green flowers are painted with purple edges. The backs of the flowers are
often streaked with purple. One of the world's top hybridizers, Marietta
O'Byrne has created this wonderful Winter Jewels™ Strain. A delight in the
winter garden. Deer resistant!
‘Midnight Ruffles.’ Rare, double black flowers bloom twice as
long a singles! Foliage is evergreen and deer proof. Full to partial shade.
‘Onyx Odyssey.’ True double blooms open bright
purple then darken to rich satiny shades of black. Height 18-22”.
An incredibly vigorous,
heavily budded selection that blooms from late January into March. Loads of
burgundy buds which open to 2-3”, two-tone pink and white, outward-facing
flowers. As the flowers age, their color deepens to burgundy. These
beautiful blossoms are presented atop the upright clump of green, serrated
foliage with a silvery sheen and red petioles.
'Spring Party.' Very ornamental heavily mottled, dark green
foliage with silver veining is topped with 3" wide, creamy white outfacing
flowers that age to green. Flowers dry on the plant for months of flowers.
‘Sparkling Diamond.’ A profusion of double, pure
white, nodding flowers. Deer resistant. Height 12-14”.
‘Winter Sunshine.’ Huge 3-4" outward facing flowers
emerge from mauve
purple buds held on dark purple stems. Their fronts are ivory with a hint
of light green and the backs are ivory with a heavy flush of rose. As the
flowers mature, they take on strong rosy red tones. Plants begin
flowering early spring and keep on blooming for months! Evergreen foliage is
deer and rabbit resistant. 12-16.”
Sun/part shade; blooms times vary. Long-lived garden plants that need
little care. Heat and drought resistant. The Stout Medal is the highest
award received by daylilies from the American Hemerocallis Society (AHS).
If a bloom last for more than 16 hours it is considered an Extended Bloom.
Tetraploids have twice the chromosomes, which results in large flowers, rich
colors and vigorous plants.
‘Always Afternoon.’ Mauve 5 1/2” flowers with
narrow buff edges, purple eye-zone and green throat. Reblooms well. Winner
of the Stout Medal. One of the most famous daylilies to be offered. 22”.
‘Highland Lord.’ Tetrapoid. Double wine red
flowers with small yellowish center bloom from mid to late season. Best
double red flowering daylily. Rebloomer.
'Huckleberry Candy.' A unique color combination
of creamy peach to buff 5” flowers with a prominent red-purple eye,
blue-purple watermark, and fluorescent green throat. The purple eye is
notched at the midribs, creating an interesting color pattern on the heavily
diamond dusted, pie crust ruffled petals. These sweetly fragrant, rounded
flowers are presented atop 2-3 way branched scapes carrying 18-20 buds
apiece. ‘Huckleberry Candy’ is a early midseason bloomer and also reblooms
later in the season. Grows 20”, tetraploid.
'Jazz King.' A colorful and extremely vigorous,
heavily blooming daylily. Fragrant, bright 4½” orange gold flowers have a
prominent raspberry red eye and matching picotee edge all the way around the
top three petals. The petals are distinctively ruffled, showing off the
colorful picotee edge well. They open wide and flat and recurve, displaying
the rounded flower form. Thin, wiry, but stiff scapes are top branched and
full of buds. ‘Jazz King’ is an extended bloomer, so the flowers remain open
for at least 16 hours apiece. Tetraploid.
‘King George.’ Considered one of the most
dramatic daylilies in commerce. Measuring 7” or more, the clear yellow
flowers have a deep red eye, and green throat and pie crusted edges.
Foliage is semi-evergreen.
‘Little Grapette.’ 3” purple-grape flowers with
contrasting yellow throat. 24”.
'Mauna Loa.' Stunningly bright amber orange blossoms are so
brilliant, they stand out among all others. Some say it is the most
beautiful color of any daylily! 22" tall. Outstanding.
‘Mini-Stella.’ 2” yellow flowers are produced
throughout summer. 12-15”.
One of the most
sought-after daylilies; winner of the 2003 Stout Medal (the highest honor a
daylily can receive). Nothing comes close to its spectacular 7½-8½ inch,
glimmering tangerine orange, gold dusted blossoms and green throat.
Officially classified as “unusual form,” the tepals (a
division of the perianth of a flower in which the sepals and petals are
indistinguishable, as in tulips and lilies)
are narrow, twisted, and recurved with loosely ruffled edges. These
gigantic blossoms are presented in late midsummer on tall, graceful, willowy
scapes above the attractive arching foliage. Tetraploid, Proven
‘Rosy Returns.’ EVERBLOOMING rose-pink flowers
with darker rose-purple eyezone and vibrant yellow throats, appear
constantly from June to frost. Each flower measures 4” across and possess a
delicious fragrance. Grows 12-16”.
One look and it’s easy
to see why this incredible daylily is a multiple award winner! The gigantic
9”, dark ruby red flowers are officially classified as “unusual form-spatulate”
since the petals are long and spoon-shaped. The petals open very wide and
flat, displaying the large, golden yellow throat and matching midribs
nicely. 34" tall, 24" wide. Tetraploid.
This ravishing beauty boasts repeat blooms of
luscious wine-red flowers that appear from early summer till first frost.
‘Ruby Stella’ is a proven top perennial performer with great compact habit.
The plant's foliage reaches 14 to 18 inches in height with flower scapes of
approximately 22 inches.
‘Stella de Oro.’ 15"; everblooming canary-yellow
blossoms; 1985 Stout Medal winner.
'Stephanie Returns.' Extremely plentiful
blossoms appear for about 90 days! The 4” bicolor blossoms display a unique
blend of light peachy pink, ruffled petals with a narrow, purple eye,
radiant yellow throat, purple midribs, and reddish veining. The recurved
sepals are a deeper rose purple. They are presented atop slender,
well-branched and very heavily budded scapes in early summer followed by
nearly continuous bloom for the rest of the summer. Several flower scapes
are produced from each fan, and this vigorous daylily can form up to six
fans per year. 18".
‘Strawberry Candy.’ Voted the Number 1 daylily!
Strawberry pink with rose red eyezone and golden green throat. A superior
tetraploid that represents a breeding breakthrough. 26”. Excellent repeat
bloomer. Multiple award winner including the top Stout Medal.
'White Temptation.' Considered by many as
the best white! Pure white flowers
with excellent texture. Winner of multiple awards for best white Daylily.
Shade to partial shade.
6”; mixed flowers in spring; evergreen
heart-shaped leaves with 3 pointed lobes; shady woodland native for the
Green Carpet, Rupturewort. Sun.
An evergreen creeper with tiny green leaves on
trailing stems. Foliage turns bronze red in winter. Plants are shallow
rooted so need consistent moisture and good soil drainage during the summer
months. Tolerates heavy foot traffic.
g. ‘Sea Foam.’ Fabulous new low ground cover with
cream-edged green centered leaves. Moss-like, extremely soft-textured
foliage makes a fin small to moderate scale filler between stepping stones.
Tolerates considerable foot traffic. Excellent in containers.
Rocket. sun/part shade; blooms late spring into
12-36"; very fragrant blue to lilac flowers,
Bells. Sun/part shade, blooms May-July; lovely
foliage; excellent edger. Included in this listing are the extraordinary
These plants love the heat and humidity, and
surprisingly, even thrive. Exciting new colors, metallic sheens, and
marbled foliage, along with the myriad of improvements on the flowers are
just a few of the outstanding features.
pulchella, Sandia Mountain Alumroot. A very rare and tiny
plant native to only New Mexico. Very cute evergreen 5" tall mounds of
ruffled leaves are topped with wands of little peachy pink flowers. Perfect
for rock gardens, small spaces and miniature gardens. Chosen a Plants Select
Petite for its outstanding qualities. Evergreen. Tolerant of DRY SHADE.
Fountains of pure white flowers
begin in late summer and continue until frost. Massive fuzzy
lime-green foliage that is nearly evergreen.
Native plant that can take dry or moist shade
and a wide variety of conditions. Good, low maintenance
groundcover. Excellent cut flower. 2' in bloom.
‘Berry Smoothie.’ Large round leaves have colors
ranging from purple-rose to rose-pink. Has a big bold growth habit with
excellent color year round. Height 18-28”.
'Big Top Gold.' A robust variety formed from huge curled
orange-red, yellow and green leaves displaying the vibrant pink undersides.
Creates an imposing mound which can be used to great effect setting off
darker coloured plants. 14" tall, 20" wide.
‘Black Beauty.’ Dark glossy, ruffled leaves catch
the sun from any direction. Grows 10 inches tall and 16 inches wide.
Flower scapes reach to 24”. Blooms white in late spring. Grow in moist to
well drained soil in full sun to part shade. Deer Resistant.
apricot yellow-orange leaves are lobed and fuzzy. As the summer progresses
the leaves turn to soft amber, then transfer to an intense salmon red in
fall. An eastern U.S. native species that is unsurpassed for longevity, and
looks good and thrives even in the prolonged heat and humidity. Wands of
white flowers in late summer Grows 6” tall and 15” wide.
‘Christa.’ Young leaves are rosy purple that
mature into a peach color. Light pink flowers in midsummer. Height 8-10”.
Chocolate.’ Striking combination of deep chocolate
brown leaves with a silver overlay. Creamy pink stems make wonderful cut
flowers. Heat and humidity tolerant.
'Dew Drop.' Unique color patterns on the
foliage which is molted with white with pink veins. Loads of brilliant red
flowers top plants. 16" tall, 12" wide.
‘Electra.’ Shocking blood-red veins electrify the
golden leaves of this startling Heuchera. The red stays while the leaf
changes from shades of yellow to chartreuse in the summer and fall. Height
New leaves are deep rose-purple with light
silvering, darker veins, and vibrant reddish purple undersides. Mature
leaves are rose with a heavy silver overlay and smoky purple veins. Cream
flowers bloom on 18 inch scapes in mid summer. Reaches 12 inches tall and
‘Fireworks. An explosion of bright pink flowers
top ruffled foliage.
‘Fire Chief.’ Mid-sized leaves of glowing wine-red
make a gorgeous medium sized mound. These are topped with bi-colored pink
and white flowers that bloom continuously spring, summer and fall. Height
‘Frosted Violet.’ A modern masterpiece with an
excellent habit. Burgundy-violet foliage is accented with pronounced deep
grape purple veining. The colors intensify in the fall. Like most Heucheras,
they benefit from afternoon shade. Flowers resemble stalks of pink seed
pearls. Yellow Hostas will provide a stylish accent. Vigorous.
‘Georgia Peach’.’ Bred for heat and humidity.
Huge, peach colored leaves with a showy silver overlay adorn a large, lush
habit. Foliage color intensifies to rose purple with a decorative frosted
veil in fall and winter. Prefers shade to part shade. Villosa parentage.
‘Green Spice.’ Excellent color contrast with
large dark gray-edged silver leaves and purple venation. Cream Flowers.
‘Kassandra.’ Very unique multicolored Heuchera
with deep red young foliage transitioning to green, brown, yellow– all in
'Kira Purple Rain Forest.'
Features a stunning purple veil
with silver-green leaves. Adds great color to the garden, patio, mixed
container or pot.
The variety is drought & high
temperatures tolerant. Grows in a tight clump 12" wide, 6" tall. Part
‘Lime Marmalade.’ Lime-green to chartreuse
ruffled foliage provide multi-seasonal interest. This refreshing color is
the perfect contrast plant allowing it to play well with others. Topped by
thousands of pure white flowers in Spring. Height 8”.
‘Magic Color.’ Very colorful variety with many
changes through the season. Leaves emerge bright green with red veins and
gold edges, then go through a unique pink stage before turning silver with
purple veins and red edges. Height 12”.
‘Marmalade.’ Rich, shiny, undulating foliage
ranging in color from umber to deep sienna. Showy in all seasons.
Interesting spires of red brown flowers.
‘Melting Fire.’ Named for the bright red color of
its new foliage in spring. The mature foliage is deep maroon with heavily
ruffled edges. Dark red stems carry a profusion of white flowers in late
spring and early summer. 'Melting Fire' is the winner of the Fleuroselect
‘Midnight Rose.’ Hot pink spots adorn black
foliage. The pink flecks emerge in spring and continue to enlarge and
brighten before lightening to cream as the season progresses.
‘Miracle.’ New leaves are chartreuse with a
smattering of reddish purple in the center. Mature leaves are brick red
with a chartreuse to gold edge and silver undersides. Pink flowers rise on
12-14in scapes in mid summer. Reaches 8-10 inches tall and wide.
‘Obsidian.’ Black, really black, with shiny broad
and smooth round leaves. It sets off any bright flower in the garden or
container and is actually shocking when grown with gold Creeping Jenny,
'Orange Blush.' Unique colored Heuchera with dark-orange young
foliage changing to pale orange when the leaves get mature. 10" tall.
‘Palace Purple.’ 20"; impressive mahogany-red
foliage makes an impact; small white flowers.
‘Peach Flambe.’ Bright peach-colored leaves that
literally glow in spring, summer and fall, turning to plum in winter.
Large, smooth leaves and flaming red infusions create drama in the garden.
Vigorous plant that produces white flowers on 16” stems.
‘Plumb Pudding.’ Thrives in the heat and
humidity. Tight, compact habit with shiny burgundy foliage. Award winner.
Amazing, shiny purple leaves all summer! Combines
well with the silver foliage like 'Silver Mound' Artemisia. Winter foliage
is silver with a purple tint. Wonderful as an accent or en masse.
Pink-white flowers on dark peduncles, excellent vigor, and a mounding,
'Saturn.' The rounded foliage that forms
this decorative mound is patterned with intricate dark veining over a pewter
background, and distinguished by a narrow reddish margin. Grows 12" tall and
mounds of silvery-purple leaves set forth white flowers on dark stems.
Leaves are attractive all year long; even in winter. Height 12”.
‘Silver Blush.’ Magnificent silver foliage
shimmers in the garden. Bright pink flowers top this strong and distinctive
wonder. 10" tall.
‘Southern Comfort.’ Huge cinnamon-peach leaves
and a lush habit. Creamy white flowers erupt in late summer. Foliage color
changes from cinnamon peach to burnished copper to amber. Heat tolerant.
Reaches 22 inches tall and wide. Easy to grow in shade to part shade in
well drained soil.
'Stainless Steel.' The ultimate in metallic foliage!
Young 4" leaves emerge silver with a purple flush, becoming
clear silver at bloom time. The undersides of the leaves are a rich
red-purple. Large white bells from pink buds on wiry 16" stems in late
spring to early summer. Mounds are 8" tall, 16" wide.
‘Venus.’ Beautiful rounded foliage forms a decorative mound
patterned with intricate dark veining over a silver background. White
flowers bloom on 15" stems. Part sun, mound grows 12" tall
'Vulcano.' Amber leaves with darker edges are topped with a
silver sheen. Wands of pink
flowers are irresistible to hummingbirds. Grows to 12".
Foamy Bells, Fairy Bells. Shade/partial shade.
Blooms May-June and again in fall. Evergreen foliage makes an excellent
groundcover. Tolerant of tough situations, and even does well in dry
shade. Cross between Tiarella and Heuchera.
‘Golden Zebra.’ Bright yellow, feather leaves are
boldly marked with dark red. A standout in containers or front and center in
the garden. Height 10-18”.
‘Sweet Tea.’ Huge cinnamon stars are surrounded
by the loveliest orange tea colored boarders. The most intensely colored
Heucherella ever! Height 20-27”.
‘Thunderbird.’ Red leaves complimented by luminous gold
outline around deeply lobed leaves. Extremely tolerant of heat and humidity.
Height 9,” sun to shade.
Rose Mallow. These glorious plants with
impressive large flowers make showy accents. Can be used as a hedge, and
with pruning, large varieties can be kept in the 3-4’ range. Blooms summer
into fall. They break dormancy very late—sometimes as late as May, sun.
lasiocarpus. Missouri native with 4-5” white or
pink flowers with red centers. Flowers appear in mid-summer. Large fuzzy
leaves and a shrub-like.
‘Fantasia.’ Outstanding compact, rounded form.
Three lobed maple-cut leaves are thick and compact giving it a fuller
effect. Dinner plate size (8-9” across) lavender flowers are very ruffled.
Prolific bloomer. 3’.
‘Kopper King.’ 3-5 lobed maple-cut leaves that
have consistent copper-red coloring. The underside of the leaf is orange
red. White flowers have a bright red eye that streaks out through the
veination. The flowers are up to 12” across with some ruffling and
overlapping. 3 ½’.
4-5'; 10" brilliant red flowers.
'My Valentine.' Deep reddish black buds open to
large 8-9”, pure velvety red flowers with overlapping petals, deep veining,
and yellow pollen. They are produced at multiple nodes up the stems,
extending the bloom time through late summer. A dependable, long blooming,
true red flowered selection! Height: 4’, spread: 3 ½-4’.
Charming Missouri native that blooms its head
off. Always covered with light blue starry flowers. Good groundcover.
Grows in sun or shade. 3-6”. Found in open woods, meadows and clearings.
HYMENOXYS scaposa ‘Prairie Sunshine.’ Bright
yellow 3/4 to 1” flowers on 8” leafless scapes on one of the longest
blooming seasons for a long standing hardy great plants native. A very
valuable xeric (drought tolerant) garden plant. Prefers sun.
John’s Wort. Sun to part shade.
calycinum. Bright yellow flowers in summer on 1’
nearly evergreen plant.
Beard. You’ll think you found the pot of gold
with this golden treasure. Bright gold puffy flowers and solid yellow
leaves brighten up even the darkest spot. Grows to 15” in sun or part
shade. Native to southern Europe and Turkey.