NEPETA 'Walkers Low' Catmint. This mound of lavender-blue flowers and aromatic, grayish green leaves up to 2 feet tall and 3 feet wide is great as edging or in a border, herb, or rock garden. It is an easy to grow, prolific bloomer that seems to be deer resistant. It blooms the whole summer and tolerates some shade. It also looks great with roses or on walls. Lavender-blue flowers; aromatic foliage. Attracts bees and butterflies.
PAEONIA 'Karl Rosenfield.' Ruffled, red double blooms look like fluffy petticoats in full swing. You’ll want to really show them off- in white ceramic vases in an all-white living room, perhaps? Plants bloom in mid- to late spring and grow 1 1/2 to 2 feet tall and 2 to 3 feet wide.
PAEONIA 'Sarah Bernhardt.' 'Sarah Bernhardt' is one of the classic Peonies that helped make this perennial a favorite from the foundation planting to the patio, the border to the vase! Gigantic 7- to 9-inch double blooms of luscious pink (occasionally flecked with raspberry) release an unforgettable fragrance, and the sun-loving plant is as easy to grow as a weed!
PAPAVER atlanticum 'Moroccan' Poppy. Single soft orange flowers on delicate stems that shimmer in the breeze. Silver basal foliage. May.1.5–2' Z 4–8 Sun, Deer resistant.
PAPAVER ORIENTALE 'Allegro' Poppy. Orange-scarlet flowers with a black eye. Compact dwarf foliage. May–June. 1.5' Z 2–7. Sun. Deer resistant.
PAPAVER ORIENTALE 'Beauty of Livermere.' Oriental Poppy. Scarlet red with a purple center. May–June. 2–3' Z 2–7. Sun, Deer resistant.
Papaver orientale 'Prince of Orange.' Oriental Poppy. Glowing tangerine orange with a dark center. May–June. 2.5–3' Z 2–7. Sun. Deer resistant.
PENSTEMON 'Red Rocks.' Bright rose flowers with magenta striped throats appear in droves, as many as 20 to 30 per stem. Blooms in July through August, rests and reblooms through October. Mounds of attractive deep green leaves. Grows to 30 inches. Sun. Zone 4 - Hardy to -20 to -30(F).
PHLOX paniculata 'Early Start Velvet.' Exciting hybrid that bloom 3-4 weeks earlier than traditional paniculata types, very compact plants with upright growth habit. Exceptional branching forms dense clusters of smaller fragrant flowers.
PHLOX paniculata 'Flame Coral.' Dwarf Garden Phlox. Bright coral pink that stands out in any garden. Naturally compact and mildew resistant. Blooms in July–September. 12–20'' Z 4–8 Sun. Part sun. Attracts butterflies and birds.
PHLOX subulata 'Drummond Pink.' Mountain Pinks. Clusters of deep pink flowers, evergreen foliage. One of the earliest in bloom. April–May. 6'' Z 3–8. Sun. Attracts birds.
Phlox subulata 'Emerald Cushion.' Blue Mountain Pinks. Lavender blue flowers in April–May. Our most vigorous vareity. 6'' Z 3–8, Sun. Attracts birds.
Phlox subulata 'Emerald Pink'  Mountain Pinks. Thick, emerald green foliage with pink flowers in April–May. 6'' Z 3–8. Sun. Attracts birds.
Phlox subulata 'Fort Hill.' Delicate rose pink flowers over needle like foliage, April–May. 6'' Z 3–8. Sun. Attracts birds.
Phlox subulata 'McDaniel's Cushion.' Mountain Pinks. Deep pink flowers over a compact mound of foliage. April–May. 4'' Z 3–8. Sun.
PHLOX subulata 'Purple Beauty.' Mountain Pinks. Intense deep purple flowers over compact plants. Early and unique. Blooms April–May. 4'' Z 3–8. Sun. Attracts birds.
PHLOX subulata 'Snowflake.' Mountain Pinks. Pristine white flowers over neat evergreen foliage. The latest variety to bloom. April–May. 4'' Z 3–8. Sun. Attracts birds.
POLEMONIUM boreale 'Heavenly Habit.'  Jacob's ladder. Rich violet blue flowers on compact spreading mats of ferny foliage in May–June. A nice cultivar that is compact and floriferous. Best grown in partial shade.
POLYGONATUM falcatum variegatum. Variegated Solomon's Seal. Creamy white bell flowers hang from arching stems in May–June under the foliage. Mainly planted for the white edged leaves that stand out in the shade garden all season. In the fall they turn a nice shade of orange. Slowly spreading but never a pest. Very drought tolerant once established. 2' Z 3–9. Part shade, full shade. Deer resistant. Good for cut flowers.
PRIMULA acaulis 'Dobra.' Primrose. This F1 hybrid has large flowers over the compact foliage in early spring. Available in a mix of colors only, with some plants being bicolor or having a picotee edge on the flower. 6'' Z 3–9, Part Sun.
SAGINA subulata 'Aurea.' Scotch Moss. Gold moss turns chartreuse with new growth in the spring. Tiny white flowers. 2'' Z 4–7. Part shade to full shade, Deer resistant.
SAGINA subulata. Irish Moss. Emerald green moss with tiny white flowers appearing just on top of the moss in May–June. Tolerates more sun than most mosses. 2'' Z 4–7. Sun, part sun, full shade.
SANTOLINA chamaecyparissus. Lavender Cotton. Evergreen silver foliage forms a small bush that works great as an edging to the sunny garden. Yellow button flowers in July–August that are often removed to keep the plants neat. 1–1.5' Z 5–10. Sun, Deer resistant. Attracts butterflies.
SEDUM reflexum 'Green Spruce.'  Green Spruce Stonecrop. Soft green needle foliage on lax stems that make a dense groundcover. Yellow flowers in July on short stems 6–12'' Z 3–8. Sun. Deer resistant. Attracts butterflies and birds.
SEDUM rupestre 'Angelina.' Angelina Stonecrop. Carpets of screaming gold needle-like foliage with tiny yellow flowers in mid summer. The foliage turns dark yellow and finally orange when the coldest weather arrives. 4'' Z 3–8. Sun. Deer resistant, attracts butterflies and birds.
SEMPERVIVUM 'Green Wheel.' Tight apple green rosettes.
SEMPERVIVUM 'Purple Beauty.' Large open rosettes with green centers fading to deep purple.
SEMPERVIVUM 'Red Beauty.' Gray-green medium-sized rosettes with red tips.
Verbena 'Homestead Purple.'  Deep purple, velvety flowers dance above this vigorous groundcover type selection for a spectacular show all summer. Matures at 1 foot tall and 3 feet wide. It is ideal for borders, hanging baskets, rock gardens and retaining walls. Sun. Zone 7 - Hardy to 0 to 10(F).
VERONICA 'Sunny Border Blue.' Speedwell. Clump forming or spreading with blue flowers in clusters or spikes from late spring to midsummer. Best in well-drained soil. Useful for borders, edging, rock gardens, or ground covers. Remove faded blossoms to encourage more flower development. Average height is 18-20 inches. Good for cut flowers. Attracts butterflies. The 1993 PPA Perennial of the Year. Sun. Zone 4 - Hardy to -20 to -30(F).
VIOLA 'Rebecca.' Violet. The sweetly scented flowers are white and creamy yellow with flecks of deep violet around the edges. No two are exactly alike, but every one is irresistible.
Walker's Low
'Karl Rosenfield'
'Sarah Bernhardt'
'Beauty of Livermere'
'Prince of Orange'
'Red Rocks'
'Early Start Velvet'
'Flame Coral'
'Drummond Pink'
'Emerald Cushion'
'Emerald Pink'
'Fort Hill'
'McDaniel's Cushion'
'Purple Beauty'
'Heavenly Habit'
'Irish Moss'
'Lavender Cotton'
'Green Spruce'
'Green Wheel'
'Purple Beauty'
'Red Beauty'
'Ruby Heart'
'Homestead Purple'
'Sunny Border Blue'
'New Century'
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