Hosta 'Party Streamers'
New for 2021! This is definitely a hosta to celebrate! 'Party Streamers' has a habit that lives up to its name-long, narrow, wiggly yellow leaves form a mounding habit. Its rapid growth rate means you won't have to wait long to see it come to maturity. Deep purple flowers contrast beautifully with the foliage when they bloom in mid to late summer.
Hemerocallis 'Patrician Splendor'
Fragrant, light pink flowers with a hint of peach and a deep green throat edged in gold measure a full 6-7 inches across and since they open flat, they appear even larger. The broad, rounded, sculpted petals are heavily diamond dusted, glittering in the summer sun. They are of very thick substance and retain their color very well. Soft ruffles add to its appeal.
'Patrician Splendor' blooms in midsummer and then again later in the season on thick, 4-5 way branched scapes carrying 30-35 buds apiece. It is an extended bloomer, meaning each flower remains open for at least sixteen hours.
You're going to love this flower of beauty!
Hosta 'Patriot' is one of the best performing variegated hostas around. Seven inch long medium green and slightly rippled leaves with a creamy yellow to white margin are matched well with the awesome lavender flowers, that emerge in late summer. Due to its variegated nature 'Patriot' will handle more sun than the green and blue leaved hosta varieties.
Paul M. Wild
Paeonia 'Paul M. Wild'
Paul M. Wild
Sporting luscious, velvety, fully double ruby red flowers, 'Paul M. Wild' is magnificent in gardens and an outstanding cutting flower. Unlike some red cultivars, the brilliant color of these flowers won't fade in strong sun. Considered one of the best red doubles, Paul M. Wild flowers in late mid-season.
Hosta 'Paul's Glory'
Hosta 'Paul's Glory' is medium. Chartreuse brightens to gold by summer, with variable blue green margin, occasionally extending to midrib. Pale lavender flowers. Large clump of dark blue green leaves that develop a gold center can be bleached white by late summer. Leaves have substance.
Paeonia 'Paula Fay'
This award winning peony is incredibly showy in bloom, revered for its excellent plant habit and dark green foliage. Glowing hot pink, large, semi-double flowers with a central boss of bright gold stamens are produced on strong stems early in the peony season. With flowers this gorgeous, it's hard to resist!
Peace and Quiet
Hosta 'Peace and Quiet'
Peace and Quiet
This medium white-margined sport of 'Pandemonium' will bring tranquility to any corner of your garden. The creamy margins vary in width across the leaf to create a diverse mound. Perhaps the best feature of this hosta is the late dark purple scapes. Filled with clusters of light purple flowers, you will be drawn to them again and again to relish the fresh splashes of color in a late summer garden. (Solberg 2020) (Sport of 'Pandemonium')
Prunus persica 'Contender'
Hosta 'Peach Salsa'
Hosta "Peach Salsa' is a sibling to 'Smiley Face' and 'Mango Salsa' that boasts soft yellow leaves held on bright red petioles. Bob says that it has the brightest red petioles and scapes of the group. Soft yellow leaves stay yellow in shade and will become white when exposed to too much sun. The lightly puckered leaves form a neat mound. The bright red scapes with purple flowers held above the yellow foliage make a stunning display in July! Medium Hosta.
Color: Soft Yellow
Size: 12 inches tall by 20 inches wide
Type: Red Petiole Hosta
Hosta 'Peacock Feathers'
Hosta 'Peacock Feathers' is a cross between Hosta 'Gold Regal' and Hosta 'Blue Vision'. The color of the leaves are blue-green in early summer but the leaves will be green by August to form a medium sized mound. The real attraction is its potential for multi-petaled flowers. Normal hostas only have 6 petals but this one sometimes has 7 to 15 petals per flower, making for a unique flower display.
Leaf Size: 5" x 4"
Blooms: Multi-petaled (not double), pale purple flowers bloom in late July and August
Light blue foliage of good substance is topped by pale lavender flowers that often have extra petals.
Hosta 'Peanut' is miniature. Heavily corrugated, ovate leaves with dark green margins that sometimes jet into the creamy yellow to white center. Forms a small mound of foliage with striking contrast. Bright purple buds swell like balloons and pop open to reveal bright purple flowers on scapes in mid to late summer.
SDSU introduction 1973 (South Dakota E31 x Ewart). Juicy, sweet, medium to small bright yellow fruit. Blooms early May. Tree globe shaped. Glossy green foliage, red fall color. Excellent dessert pear for northern Great Plains. Fire blight resistant. Pollen-sterile, cannot be used to pollinate a second pear tree. 'Parker' is a good pollinator.
Exposure: Full Sun
The Summercrisp Pear, Pyrus 'Summercrisp', has been recognized for many years as the hardiest pear from the University of Minnesota, released in 1985. It is free of fireblight and an annual bearer. Summercrisp fruit is pyriform in shape, 2 1/2" to 3" in diameter and 2 1/2" to 3" long. It blooms early in May.
Pear Tawara Asian
Pyrus 'Tawara Oriental'
Pear Tawara Asian
Fruiting Asian Pear grown mainly for its edible fruit, has an upright oval form with glossy green foliage which looks great all season long. White flowers in spring make way to the unusual dark tan to light brown fruit, tasting like a cross between an apple and a pear, with crispy texture. Asian pear cultivars are partially self-fruitful but better crops are set where two or more cultivars are planted together. Plant near any other pear for good pollination. Excellent for fresh eating and canning.
The common ornamental deciduous tree, Callery pear, originates from Asia. In early spring it covers itself with profuse clusters of cup-shaped white flowers. Unlike other cultivars of Callery pear, 'Sylvania' (Trinity) begins flowering as a very young tree. When mature, this vigorous, upright tree develops a rounded crown. Its leaves are shiny, and consistently turn red to red-purple in fall. Eve better, it has few fruits and no thorns.
Hosta 'Pearly Gates'
This outstanding hosta is seventeen inches high and thirty-eight inches wide. The leaves are nine and three fourths inches long and six and one fourth inches wide. The leaf has a dark green center with a one and a half inch wide creamy yellow margin that often streaks into the center. The leaf is also slightly wavy.
Peashrub Weeping Siberian
Caragana arborescens 'Walker'
Peashrub Weeping Siberian
An extremely hardy and drought tolerant variety, the lacy, bright green foliage highlights this plant's graceful, weeping form that consists of stems and a trunk with shiny golden bark. Tiny, soft yellow, pea-like flowers add further charm in early June.
Hosta 'Pebble Creek'
This is a fantastic hosta that hostaholics will need in their collection. Leaves are highly puckered, folded, reversed cupped and contorted. No two leaves are alike. Leaves are lime-green in spring with a glaucous coating giving the clump a frosted appearance. Leaves more yellow in summer especially with some bright sun. Forms a large mound of completely unruly foliage. Lavender flowers in summer.
(D. & M. Beilstein 2013)
Large Hosta Cultivar. [H. 'Lime Piecrust' x H. 'Blue Splendor']
Color: Yellow. Size: 26" tall by 42" wide. Type: Large Yellow Hosta
Looking for both cupping and puckering in a large gold hosta? 'Pebble Creek' is highly puckered, reverse cupped, and contorted, on limey-green foliage. No two leaves are exactly alike. Lavender flowers in early summer.
The Spilanthes Peek a Boo, is a truly unique novelty flower and a really fun plant. Astonishing golden balls with rich burgundy eyes sit a top mounds of bronze-green foliage. Also called the Eyeball Plant for obvious reasons. Easy to grow to about 18" in height and 24" width. Makes a very unusual and attractive accent plant. Grow in full sun to moderate shade. Blooms from mid-summer until frost.
Hosta 'Penny Lane'
This very showy hosta has wide variegated margins that emerge yellow in the spring and then become white in summer. It makes a tight mound that seems to reaching out to you to come for a closer look. A great little specimen for that small corner along the path. New! (C. Wasitis) () Small, (12" X 24")
Helleborus 'Peppermint Ruffles'
This hosta is absolutely beautiful. You will sure love the leaves and color on this one! The 'Permafrost' hosta will grow up to be fourteen inches high and thirty-six inches wide. The leaves are seven inches long and five inches wide. They are blue-green centered with a golden yellow margin. The leaf color changes to dark green in the center with a creamy white margin by midsummer.
Strobilanthus dyerianus 'Persian Shield'
Persian Shield is known for having excellent foliage. It has large leaves that are striped with a shimmering blue and lilac color. On the underside this Strobilanthus is majestic maroon. This is an excellent choice for a summer patio or garden due to its quick growth. 'Persian Shield' also works well as a northern specialty annual; annual hedges, shade color, around ponds, & it keeps its foliage color all season.
Hemerocallis 'Pewter Pink'
Strongly fragrant, huge 6-7 1/2" blossoms which appear first in midsummer and then again later in the summer. The shimmering silvery pink, lightly ruffled, sculpted flowers are of excellent substance, opening wide and flat to show off the radiant yellow-green throat. Each flower remains open for at least 16 hours. The very thick, top branched scapes hold up well in summer thunderstorms. Simply lovely!