Ajuga Black Scallop

Ajuga 'Black Scallop'

This attractive small-scale groundcover has glossy, near black, scalloped leaves and a dense growing habit.  The deepest foliage color is achieved when plants are in full sun and cooler temperatures.  From mid to late spring, short spikes of deep blue flowers stand upright above the low, spreading foliage. 

Ajuga Chocolate Chip

Ajuga 'Chocolate Chip'

Narrow, upright leaves are chocolate colored, making this groundcover a real eye pleaser!  A true miniature!  Blue flower spikes appear above the foliage in spring and early summer.

Ajuga Dixie Chip

Ajuga 'Dixie Chip'

Unique, tri-colored foliage in shades of burgundy, green and cream. 3" tall violet-blue flower spikes bloom May-June creating added interest. Ajuga is a ground-hugging, creeping plant that is quite useful as a groundcover. It comes in a variety of foliage and bloom colors and attracts butterflies and hummingbirds!

Ajuga Purple Torch

Ajuga 'Purple Torch'

Tiny lavender-pink flowers appear in spring in torch-like flower spikes that rise from the rosette centers well above the foliage to 12" tall.  Beautiful foliage in rich greens, burgundy or colorful variegations, makes this plant an excellent groundcover or edger.

Allysum Basket of Gold

Aurinia saxatilis

This special dwarf variety of Basket of Gold is tight, compact, and very attractive. Light to golden yellow dense flower clusters in spring.  A wonderful, water-wise groundcover!

Alpinus Purple Erinus

Erinus alpinus

This is a very cute and easy little alpine plant, ideal for shady parts of the rock garden. It forms a low cushion of evergreen leaves, bearing short stems of starry magenta-purple flowers in late spring and early summer. Though short-lived, this will self seed where happy, particularly into crevices and rock walls. Also nice in alpine troughs or gravel scree gardens. Protect from hot afternoon sun in warm-summer regions. In cool areas this will tolerate a fair bit of sun if the soil remains moist.  Also known as Alpine Balsam.

American Bittersweet

Bittersweet 'American'

Bittersweet plants can kill trees and are difficult to eradicate from your landscape. But during the fall season bittersweet vines put on a display few other plants can rival, as the deep yellow skin of their berries bursts to reveal an orange jewel within. And not to be outdone by the berry, bittersweet plant's fall foliage blankets its victims in yellow splendor.

Amsonia Arkansas Blue Star

Amsonia hubrichtii

This southern native has very narrow, needle-like leaves that line the stems like bottle brushes. Surprisingly, they are soft as silk to the touch. From late spring through early summer, 2-3 inch wide clusters of small, light blue, star-shaped flowers are borne above the short mound of ferny foliage. After blooming, it quickly grows to reach a height of about 3 feet.

Anemone Annabella Deep Rose

Anemone multifida

The Annabella series has fine garden character with delicate lacy foliage. They branch well, yielding a profusion of rose colored blossoms in spring. After a bold splash of color, the flowers mature to attractive seed heads.

Anemone Pulsatilla Pasque Flower


Large, violet purple flowers with contrasting golden centers top the dense, dwarf mound of feathery dark green foliage. 

Anemone Robustissima Windflower

Anemone vitifolia 'Robustissima'

A nice spreading anemone, forming a large mound of attractively cut foliage with plenty of violet-pink flowers in late summer. One of the most adaptable and hardy of the Japanese Anemones. Tolerant of sun and drier conditions.

Anemone Rose Beauty

Anemone tomentosa

Sprays of large and lovely flowers, a strong rose in color shading to the edge of the petals to a somewhat silvery hue.

Anemone September Charm Japanese

Anemone hupehensis

Charming pale pink flowers measuring up to 3 in. across dance in the wind on tall scapes above attractive, rich green foliage from late summer into fall. The leaves resemble small grape leaves and form a mound about 1 ft. tall.

Anemone Snowdrop

Anemone sylvestris

A delightful late spring bloomer with delicate charm and an iron constitution. Pure white flowers, measuring nearly 2 in. across, are borne singly on bare stems above the attractive dark green, divided foliage. For added ornamental value, the lovely blossoms leave behind interesting white, woolly seed heads as they fade.

Armeria Joystick Mix

Armeria formosa 'Joystick Mix'

A hardy perennial that will bloom the first year from seed, plants have cushions of deep green foliage adorned with round, allium-like blooms in shades of lilac, red and white.

Armeria Joystick Red

Armeria formosa Joystick Red

A hardy perennial that will bloom the first year from seed, plants have cushions of deep green foliage adorned with 1-1/2 to 2" round, allium-like blooms in shades of red.

Artemisia Sea Foam

Artemisia versicolor 'Seafoam'

A textural dream come true with its frothy curled silver foliage. Use it as a vigorous groundcover in hot, sunny areas to plant under taller perennials. 'Seafoam' will occasionally bloom with attractive silver and yellow flower spikes.

Artemisia Silver Mound

Artemisia schmidtiana 'Silver Mound'

Aptly named, 'Silver Mound' has soft, feathery foliage and forms a compact, silky, cushion-like mound.  The bright silver foliage is great for edging. 

Artemisia Silver Queen

Artemisia ludoviciana 'Silver Queen'

Leaves are hairy like lambs'-wool, and it produces tiny, gray-yellow flowers in summer. Often overshadowed by its cousin 'Silver King,' it's hard to tell the difference between the two cultivars.

Artemisia Valerie Finnis

Artemisia ludoviciana 'Valerie Finnis'

Soft, velvety foliage that begs to be felt!  Bright, silver, lance shaped leaves add texture to your garden all season.  Tiny, inconspicous pale yellow flowers appear on stem ends in summer. 

Asparagus Mary Washington

Asparagus 'Mary Washington'

Mary Washington Asparagus is perhaps the easiest grown of all summer vegetables. Once it is established, the original planting usually produces for 20 years! Produces abundant, giant-size asparagus with tender tips. Plant 6" deep in rich soil for best results. Mary Washington is fast growing, extremely hardy and rust proof.

Aster Alma Potschke

Aster novae-angliae 'Alma Potschke'

Warm reddish-pink daisy like flowers with cheery yellow centers blanket this Aster. These quarter sized blooms create an explosion of color from late summer until frost.  Very durable and long lasting.

Aster Alpine Dwarf Mix

Aster alpinus 'Dwarf Mix'

Colouful and compact collection of alpine daisies originating from the mountains of Western Europe. Flowers late spring through to early summer in shades of Dark Blue, Light Blue, Pink and White. Later flowering can be encouraged by pinching new growth in early spring.

Aster Happy End Alpine

Aster alpinus 'Happy End'

Alpine Asters form a low clump of bright green leaves. Branching stems of single daisy-shaped, yellow-eyed flowers appear in late spring and early summer. This strain blooms in shades of rose and pink. Easy.

Aster Lady in Black

Aster lateriflorus 'Lady in Black'

Aster 'Lady in Black' is an elegant 3-4' mound of purplish- black strappy leaves smothered in red-centered tiny white daisies in late summer and early fall. Will thrive in average soil in sun or part shade, but shows best foliage coloration in full sun. Thousands of flowers per plant - a butterfly's dream!

Aster Pink Bouquet

Aster x 'Pink Bouquet'

Clusters of soft pink flowers. 'Pink Bouquet' forms a compact dome covered with soft rose-pink daisies from late summer into autumn. The yellow-centered flowers are complemented by bright green, lance-shaped foliage, and are highly attractive to butterflies and other small, pollinating insects.

Aster Professor Kippenburg


Beautiful vivid purple daisy-like flowers cover the plant from early fall until frost.  An excellent dwarf plant for borders and small gardens.  A definite butterfly and bird attractor.

Aster Purple Dome

Aster novai-angliae

Deep purple mounds of daisy like flowers blanket this plant from late summer until frost.  An explosion of color to brighten your garden when most other flowers are done blooming!  Forms a robust, semi-woody clump.  Very durable and long lasting.

Aster Red Alert

Aster dumosus 'Alert'

Densely packed clusters of deep purplish-red flowers provide outstanding color in the garden from late summer into fall. They make a terrific accent to fall blooming grasses and the changing colors of the trees. 'Alert' has an especially compact habit and the flowers are great for cutting.

Aster Wood's Light Blue

Aster x 'Wood's Light Blue'

Densely packed clusters of clear light blue flowers are perched atop dwarf, compact plants.  Blooms prolifically in late summer and fall when most other plants are spent. 

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