RECENT INTRODUCTIONS WITH PROVEN SALES
A good plant gets re-orders. Here are recent introductions that have shot to the top of our popularity charts.
Amsonia hubrichtii: Spring blooms with lacy golden leaves in the fall. Great in poor or clay soils.
Baptisia ‘Carolina Moonlight’: Classic Baptisia in a yellow form.
Coreopsis ‘Route 66’: Blooms start turning red in July; by fall they are almost completely red.
Echinacea ‘Pow Wow Wild Berry’: Best pot culture Coneflower–compact habit, short height, large bloom count.
Echinacea ‘Raspberry Truffle’: Deep raspberry red in a large pom-pom style cone.
Hibiscus ‘Luna Red’: Deep red blooms, 9 inches wide, on a short and compact plant. Strong bloomer.
Pennisetum ‘Cherry Sparkler’: Short variegated Fountain Grass with blushes of pink in the leaves.
Phlox ‘Triple Play’: Intriguing leaves: green and white foliage with upright summer blooms in lavender‑pink.
Astilbe ‘Delft Lace’: Grows reddish leaves in partial sun. Takes more sun, less water than the others.
Cimicifuga ‘Brunette’: Big chocolate leaves with 5-foot blooms. Root breaks up very heavy soils, even clay.
Dicentra ‘Gold Heart’: Color breakthrough with green-yellow leaves that really brighten shady gardens.
Epimedium ‘Sulphurium’: Heart-shaped leaves tremble in the wind. Fills in dry shade under trees well.
Hakonechloa ‘All Gold’: Golden-yellow grass with cascading foliage. Leaves flow like water over rocks and edges.
Heuchera ‘Blackout’: Small black leaves with a glossy finish.
Heuchera ‘Stainless Steel’: A heuchera in battleship grey - as close to a neutral gray as we have seen.
Polygonatum ‘Variegatum’: Hardy plant with strong white margins on the leaves. The blooms are understem ivory droplets. Naturalizes well under trees.
Tiarella ‘Susquehanna’: Strong black markings contrast well with profuse blooms in the spring.