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Type Botanical Name Native Common Name Description Height Light Req. Zone Add to My List
Annual Petunia Surfing ‘Heartbeat’ Petunia

Pink and white that is rounded to look like little hearts.

8-12" Sun Tropical
Annual PETUNIA Supertunia ‘Vista Silverberry’ Petunia

Vigorous mounding plants covered with blush white flowers centered and veined in deeper pink.

12-24 inches Sun Tropical
Tree/Shrub PHILADELPHUS ‘Buckley’s Quill’ Mock Orange

Compact growth, white fragrant flowers with up to 30 quill-like petals.

4-6 feet Sun 4
PHILADELPHUS ‘Snow White Fantasy Mock Orange

An introduction from First Edition plants with fragrant, double white 2 inch flowers in spring and some repeat bloom in late summer.  Plant is compact with dark green foliage that holds up well in the summer heat.

4-8 feet
Perennial PHLOMIS fruticosa Jerusalem Sage

A shrubby evergreen that is a dieback perennial in Zone 5.  Whorls of large yellow, snapdragon-like flowers on erect stems from late spring into summer over gray-green foliage. Drought tolerant.

24-30 inches Sun 5
PHLOMIS russeliana Jerusalem Sage

Small, pale yellow tubular flowers arranged in whorls around the stems emerge from rosettes of large gray-green foliage in summer.

2-3 feet 5
PHLOMIS tuberosa Jerusalem Sage

Pink tubular flowers in whorls on ruby red stems emerge from from low rosettes of foliage in summer. 

3-4 feet
PHLOX amplifolia ‘Goliath’ Garden Phlox

Large pyramidal heads of fragrant purple flowers over mildew-resistant foliage.  Long-blooming through the summer into the fall.

26-30 inches 3
Perennial PHLOX divaricata ‘May Breeze’ Woodland Phlox

Fragrant light blue, almost white flowers in mid spring.  A lovely woodland groundcover.

12-14 inches Part Shade 3
Perennial PHLOX douglasii ‘Snowflake’ Creeping Phlox

Very dark green foliage, setting off the numerous white flowers.

6-8 inches Sun 3
Perennial PHLOX ‘Fashionably Early Flamingo’ Hybrid Phlox

Light lavender pink flowers 2-3 weeks earlier than tall garden phlox over thick, leathery, mildew-resistant foliage.

30-36 inches Sun 4
Perennial PHLOX ‘Fashionably Early Lavender Ice’ Hybrid Phlox

Pale lavender flowers with lavender pink eyes 2-3 weeks earlier than tall garden phlox over thick, leathery, mildew-resistant foliage.

28-32 inches Sun/Part Shade 4
Perennial PHLOX ‘Forever Pink’ Hybrid Phlox

Large lavender pink blooms in June before tall garden phlox and after the early spring-blooming species. Will repeat bloom in the fall.  Plants are compact and foliage is mildew-resistant. Developed at the Chicago Botanic Garden.

14-16 inches Sun/Part Shade 4
PHLOX glaberrima ‘Triple Play’ Smooth Phlox

Variegated foliage (green centers and wide white margins) and pink flowers with a dark pink eye. Shorter than the species.

12-14 inches Sun 4
PHLOX paniculata ‘Danielle’ Garden Phlox

Clean white, fragrant flowers over mildew-resistant foliage.  More compact than P. ‘David’.

24-26 inches 3
Perennial PHLOX paniculata ‘Jeana’ Garden Phlox

Small pink flowers are packed in dense heads through the summer.  Attractive to pollinators and long-blooming.

2-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial PHLOX paniculata ‘Maiden America’ Garden Phlox

A compact cultivar with dense panicles of small pink flowers that fade to white.  Mildew resistant.

18-24 inches Sun 3
Perennial PHLOX paniculata ‘Nora Leigh’ Garden Phlox

Lovely white-edged leaves with blush-pink flowers later in the season. Very mildew resistant.

28-30 inches Sun 3
Perennial Phlox paniculata Luminary ‘Ultraviolet’ Tall Garden Phlox

Very dark, magenta violet flower panicles are held above a full, bushy habit of bright green foliage. Darker stems and buds, bronzed leaves, more floriferous performance, and better resistance to powdery mildew.

32-36 Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial PHLOX stolonifera ‘Bruce’s White’ Creeping Woodland Phlox

Pure white spring flowers on a mat-forming plant.

4-6 inches Sun/Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial Phlox stolonoifera ‘Sweet Seduction Blue’ Woodland Phlox

Fragrant lavender-blue flowers over creeping stems create a lovely ground cover for shade.

6-8 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Perennial PHLOX subulata ‘Drummond’s Pink’ Creeping Phlox

Deep pink flowers with deeper pink eyes are larger than other P. subulata varieties.

4-6 inches Sun 3
Perennial PHLOX subulata ‘Emerald Cushion Blue’ Creeping Moss Phlox

Pale blue flowers completely hide foliage.

4-6 inches Sun 3
Perennial PHLOX subulata ‘McDaniel’s Cushion’ Creeping Phlox

Bright rose pink flowers over dark green foliage.

4-6 inches Sun 2
Perennial Phlox subulata ‘Rice Creek’ Moss Phlox

A more diminutive form of moss phlox but the flowers are full size in a screaming fuchsia pink!

2-4 inches Sun 3
Perennial Phlox subulata ‘Ronsdorfer Beauty’ Moss Phlox

Brilliant fuchsia-pink flowers cover this creeping spring bloomer!

4-6 inches Sun 3
Perennial PHLOX subulata ‘Schneewittchen’ Creeping Phlox

A compact mound covering itself with small, bright white flowers.

4-6 inches Sun 3
Perennial Phlox subulata x ‘Boranovice III’ Moss Phlox

Rich pink flowers cover this diminutive creeping Phlox.

2-4 inches Sun 3
Annual PHORMIUM tenax ‘Platt’s Black’ New Zealand Flax

Spreading and arching nearly black leaves that reach slowly upwards of 3 to 4 feet tall. 

3-4 feet Tropical
Annual PHORMIUM tenax ‘Wings of Gold’ New Zealand Flax

Olive-green sword-shaped leaves that have creamy yellow margins and a faint red cast.

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Amber Jubilee’ Common Ninebark

A hybrid between P. ‘Dart’s Gold’ and ‘Diablo’ with colorful orange and gold new growth maturing to lime green. Fall color is red and purple!

5-6 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Center Glow’ Common Ninebark

Glowing copper-green new growth deepens to bright red. From the University of Minnesota.

8-10 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Lemon Candy’ Common Ninebark

A compact cultivar with gold foliage and white flowers.

2-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Little Devil’ Common Ninebark

An improved compact Ninebark that doesn’t require pruning. Attractive bronze foliage and nice clusters of early summer white flowers. Pest and disease resistant.

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Obsidian’ Common Ninebark

A Klyn Nursery intro with glossy dark maroon foliage on a compact plant.  Typical white flowers in late spring.

3-5 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Tiny Wine’ Common Ninebark

Another new dwarf ninebark introduced by Proven Winners.  Small, dark bronze foliage contrasts with the white spring blooms.  We’ll see how it compares to P. ‘Little Devil’.

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub PHYSOCARPUS opulifolius ‘Tiny Wine Gold’ Common Ninebark

A new dwarf ninebark introduced by Proven Winners.  Small, bright yellow new growth contrasts with the white-pink spring blooms.

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial PHYSOSTEGIA virginiana ‘Miss Manners’ Obedient Plant

Non-spreading cultivar with sturdy spikes of white tubular flowers in summer.

24-30 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial PHYSOSTEGIA virginiana ‘Pink Manners’ Obedient Plant

Spikes of tubular lavender-pink flowers on an upright clump-forming plant from mid-summer into autumn.

30-36 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial PHYTEUMA scheuchzeri Horned Rampion

Low mounds of narrow evergreen foliage topped with spiky, ball-shaped blue flowers in early summer.

8-12 inches Sun 5
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Acro-Yellow’ Norway Spruce

Butter yellow frosted foliage on an irregular upright plant.  Ornamental cones like P. ‘Acrocona’.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Acrocona’ Norway Spruce

A slower-growing upright form with large cones upright on the branch ends. Forms a broad pyramid.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Aurea Magnifica’ Golden Norway Spruce

A slow-growing conifer with a dense, pyramidal form. Needles are golden and especially glow in the winter.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Bryce’ Dwarf Norway Spruce

A dwarf selection with blue-green foliage described as either an irregular pyramid or a dense spreader.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Catherine’s Golden Heart’ Dwarf Norway Spruce

From a cross between P. ‘Acrocona’ and P. ‘Gold Drift’ by Bob Fincham, this variety has gold  foliage on pendulous branches and red cones.

Dwarf (3-6 inches/year)3-6 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
PICEA abies ‘Cincinnata’ Weeping Norway Spruce

A large-growing selection with side branches growing horizontal and pendulous.

Large (over 12 inches/year)over 12 feet in ten years. 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Clanbrassiliana Stricta’ Norway Spruce

Beautifully compact pyramidal form like a miniature Christmas tree.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
PICEA abies ‘Cobra’ Weeping Norway Spruce

An Iseli introduction with pendulous, snake-like branches.

Large (over 12 inches/year)over 12 feet in ten years. 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Cruenta’ Norway Spruce

An upright, compact cultivar with brilliant purple-red new growth in the spring.

Intermediate (6-12 inches/year)6-12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3
Conifer PICEA abies ‘Cupressina’ Norway Spruce

Dense and narrow this is a great conifer where space is limited. Grows 20 feet tall, but only 5 feet wide in 20 years.

Large (over 12 inches/year)over 12 feet in ten years. Sun/Part Shade 3