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Type Botanical Name Native Common Name Description Height Light Req. Zone Add to My List
Perennial ANEMONELLA thalictroides ‘Cameo’ Rue Anemone

A woodland plant with double light pink blooms for a long period in spring.  One of the more vigorous double varieties.

6-8 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial ANEMONELLA thalictroides ‘Pink Pearl’ Rue Anemone

This cultivar has lavender-pink semi-double blooms.  It will go dormant in the summer.

6-10 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial ANEMONELLA thalictroides ‘Shoaf’s Double’ Rue Anemone

Showy deep pink, double blooms for weeks in spring.

6-10 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial ANEMONOPSIS macrophylla False Anemone

Elegant woodland plant with waxy lavender bells in airy panicles. Summer-blooming.

22-24 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial ANGELICA gigas Purple Angelica

Striking domes of burgundy flowers in late summer. Biennial.

4-5 feet Sun/Part Shade
Annual Angelonia ‘AngelFace Perfectly Pink’ Angelonia

Large pink flowers on upright branching stems.

18-24 Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual ANGELONIA ‘Angelface Wedgewood Blue’ Angelonia

Spikes of blue and white larkspur-like flowers on sturdy stems.

12-18 inches
Annual ANGELONIA ‘AngelFace White’ Angelonia

Spikes of white larkspur-like flowers on sturdy stems.

12-18 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
Annual ANGELONIA ‘Archangel Dark Purple’ Angelonia

Spikes of large, dark purple larkspur-like flowers on sturdy stems.  A well-branched and floriferous cultivar.

12-14 inches Sun/Part Shade Tropical
ANTENNARIA dioica New Hybrids Mix Pussytoes

Gray mats with white, pink or red flower “tufts” in spring. Tolerant of dry conditions.

4-6 inches 3
Perennial ANTENNARIA dioica ‘Rubra’ Pussytoes

Gray mats with pink flower “tufts” in spring. Tolerant of dry conditions.

2-4 inches Sun 3
Perennial ANTHEMIS tinctoria ‘Sauce Hollandaise’ Marquerite

Masses of creamy yellow daisies through the summer over aromatic, ferny foliage.  Drought tolerant and deer resistant.

24-26 inches Sun
Annual ANTIRRHINUM majus ‘Rocket Series’ Snapdragon

We’ll carry several colors of tall Snaps for cutting.  

2-3 feet Sun Tropical
Annual APTENIA cordifolia ‘Variegata Crystal’ Heartleaf Ice Plant

A lovely trailer with heart-shaped succulent foliage edged in cream topped with bright pink, daisy flowers.

4-6 inches Sun Succulent
Perennial Aquilegia buergeriana ‘Calimero’ Dwarf Columbine

Plum purple flowers with light yellow centers on compact plants. Reblooms throughout the summer.

8 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial Aquilegia caerulea ‘McKana’s Giant’ Columbine

Long spurred flowers in shades of red, pink and yellow.

30-32 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial AQUILEGIA canadensis Canadian Columbine

Our native columbine!  Short red spurs with yellow cup in early spring. Very sturdy grower. Let it seed around.

22-24 inches Part Shade 3
Perennial Aquilegia canadensis ‘Little Lanterns’ Dwarf Wild Columbine

Bright red and yellow flowers on our Northeast native wildflower that is half the size of the specie. Blooming in April and May.

Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial AQUILEGIA ‘Dove’ Songbird Columbine

Large white, long-spurred flowers in spring.   Upward facing blooms are showy and plants are compact.  May self-seed.

20-28 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial AQUILEGIA ‘Kirigami Mix’ Columbine

Kirigami  columbines have long-spurred, upward-facing bicolored flowers in spring.  This selection in a mix of colors.

22-24 inches Sun/Part Shade 4
Perennial ARABIS sturii Rockcress

Low-spreading mats of shiny green foliage covered with white flowers in spring.

2-4 inches Sun 4
Perennial ARALIA cordata ‘Sun King’ Golden Aralia

Beautiful gold foliage glows in the shade. Small clusters of white flowers in late summer are followed by purple berries.

36-42 inches Part Shade/Shade 4
Tree/Shrub ARALIA elata ‘Silver Umbrella’ Japanese Angelica Tree

Magnificent, bipinnately compound leaves with fine silver edges. The leaflets on this cultivar are smaller than other forms.

8-10 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Tree/Shrub ARCTOSTAPHYLOS uva-ursi Bearberry

Wide-spreading groundcover with lustrous green summer foliage, white bell flowers tinged pink followed by red berries. Bronze winter foliage.                                 

4-6 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial ARENARIA montana ‘Avalanche’ Sandwort

Snowy white flowers May through June.  Moss-like foliage forms a spreading mound.  This new cultivar is more compact with larger flowers than the species.

4-6 inches Sun 4
Annual ARISAEMA fargesii Cobra Lily

Large tropical-looking tripartite foliage with large, maroon striped spathes in early summer.  Easy to overwinter the bulbs.

2-3 feet Part Shade/Shade 6
Perennial ARISAEMA heterophyllum Dancing Crane Cobra Lily

Striking plants whose blooms look like cranes with long tongues sticking out of their mouths. These are held over rounded leaves divided into many finger-like leaflets. Easy to grow and multiplies well.  Dormant until late spring.  

30-36 inches Part Shade 5
Perennial ARISAEMA triphyllum Jack in the Pulpit

Our native Jack in the Pulpit with green-bronze spathes.

16-18 inches Part Shade 3
Perennial Armeria maritima ‘Victor Reiter’ Sea Thrift

Needle-like foliage forms tight buns with soft pink balls of flowers May & June. Perfect for rock gardens.

4-8 inches Sun 3
Tree/Shrub Aronia melanocarpa ‘Iroquois Beauty’ Black Chokeberry

A compact habit with fragrant flowers in spring, purple berries in summer and deep red fall foliage.

24-36 Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub Aronia melanocarpa ‘Lo Scape Hedger’ Black Chokeberry

A short columnar habit covered in clusters of white flowers in spring that turn into berries of bright red and orange. this is such an important source of nutrition of the birds. In fall the glossy green foliage turns brilliant red and gold.

3-5 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Tree/Shrub ARONIA melanocarpa ‘Low Scape Mound’ Black Chokeberry

A new low, mound-shaped cultivar from Proven Winners.  Same great shiny foliage, red fall color and black fruit of the species and just as tough.

12-24 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial Artemisia ‘Powis Castle’ Wormwood

Finely cut silver foliage covers this shrubby plant, softens edges and blends well with most colors.

24-26" Sun/Part Shade 5
Perennial ARUNCUS aethusifolius Dwarf Goatsbeard

Creamy white flower spikes over attractive delicate ferny foliage in early summer. Lovely red fall color.

10-12 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial ARUNCUS dioicus Goatsbeard

Our native goatsbeard with creamy white plumes June through July. Dramatic and easy.

4-5 feet Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial ARUNCUS dioicus ‘Whirlwind’ Goatsbeard

Creamy white plumes June through July. Dramatic. Shorter than the straight species with lacy foliage.

26-28 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial ARUNCUS ‘Horatio’ Goatsbeard

A cross between A. aesthusifolius and A. dioicus. Bronze stems with cream flowers. Foliage turns corals to reds in the autumn.

30-36 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial ARUNCUS ‘Misty Lace’ Goatsbeard

A cross between the taller A. dioicus and more diminutive A. aethusifolius, this hybrid make a compact clump with creamy plumes in early summer.

22-24 inches Sun/Part Shade 3
Perennial ASARUM arifolium Wild Ginger

Choice woodland groundcover with shiny arrow-shaped evergreen leaves highlighted with silver.  Early purple flowers hide under the foliage.

6-8 inches Part Shade/Shade 5
Perennial ASARUM canadense Wild Ginger

Native non-evergreen ginger with lustrous heart-shaped leaves. Unusual flowers hidden under the foliage. Makes a great groundcover.

6-8 inches Part Shade 2
Perennial ASARUM europaeum European Ginger

Distinctive shiny round leaves on an evergreen groundcover for humusy shade.

6-8 inches Part Shade 4
Perennial ASARUM splendens Chinese Wild Ginger

Large, heart-shaped, dark green foliage mottled with silver. Semi-evergreen.  Dark purple flowers in early spring are hidden under the foliage.  Hardy to zone 5 with protection.

6-8 inches Part Shade/Shade 6
Annual ASCLEPIAS curassavica Scarlet Milkweed

Clusters of small red-orange flowers tipped with yellow.  Blooms through the summer and attracts butterflies, bees and hummingbirds.  Sap is poisonous.

2-3 feet Tropical
Perennial Asclepias incarnata Swamp Milkweed

Clusters of rosy-purple flowers at the ends of tall stems attract pollinators like there’s no tomorrow! Best in consistently moist soil.

3-4 feet Sun/Part Shade 4
Perennial Asclepias sullivantii Prairie Milkweed

Large globes of lavender flowers. A Monarch butterfly magnet! Blooms July-September.

Sun 4
Perennial ASCLEPIAS tuberosa Butterfly Weed

Large heads of brilliant orange flowers July through August. Best in drier conditions.

22-24 inches Sun 4
Perennial Asclepias tuberosa ‘Hello Yellow’ Butterfly Weed

Golden yellow flowers on Saturday stems are beloved by all the butterflies.

24-26" Sun 3
Perennial Asclepias viridis Spider Milkweed

Clusters of green flowers with burgundy centers on slightly sprawling plants blooming July-August.

24-26" Sun 4
Edibles ASIMINA triloba Paw Paw

An eastern native with large tropical leaves and custardy, banana-flavored fruits. A beautiful and exotic tree that has been hardy for us!  

15-20 feet Sun/Part Shade 5
ASPERULA nitida ssp. hirtella Alpine Woodruff

A dense cushion of dark green, needle-like foliage is covered with pink tubular flowers in summer.  From limestone regions of Turkey.

2-6 inches Sun/Part Shade 3