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‘AMISTAD’

SALVIA

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Dark purple flowers with nearly black calyx bloom constantly from early spring until frost. Amistad is more compact and has a fuller habit then other guaranitica types. Flowers are a magnet for butterflies and hummingbirds.

AZURE SKIES™ HELIOTROPE

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Low growing, spreading, American native with light lavender flower clusters. Incredibly heat tolerant. Use as ground covers or in planters. Southern Living® calls this perennial “bambi-proof.”

BELLS OF FIRE™ TECOMA

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Evergreen mid-sized shrub with a subtropical to tropical appearance and bell-shaped flowers. This new variety is more compact and has more color range.


BLUE FOUNTAIN™ AGAPANTHUS

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With its deep blue coloring and dwarf size, Blue Fountain is perfect for patio containers and useful as a cut flower. As with other agapanthus this one tolerates near coastal conditions, frost and neglect. Becomes quite floriferous nearing the coast.

‘CAMPERNELLE’ NARCISSUS

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Golden, fragrant blooms abound in this late-February blooming campernelle. Sometimes confused with the sweet smelling jonquils, it has earned the nickname the “giant jonquil.”

‘CHRYSANTHA’

TULIP

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More than any other group of tulips, the brightly colored species tulips are the best choice for Southern gardens. ‘Chrysantha’ starts with a peach outer petal and beautifully unfurls into a curved shaped rich yellow bloom.


CLEOPATRA™ LIRIOPE

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Cleopatra™ is an excellent choice for many landscape design elements; from borders and pathways to location challenges such as shady areas and slopes. A clumping liriope, Cleopatra’s foliage spans 15 inches and is darker and wider than other varieties.

DARK BLUE MOODY BLUES™ VERONICA

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Bright spikes of flowers will bloom all season long, right up until the first frost. Use in mass plantings or mixed with roses and perennials. Its compact shape is just right for containers.

‘ELLEN BOSANQUET’ CRINUM LILY

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A must for any traditional Southern garden, ‘Ellen Bosanquet’ Crinum offers burgundy flowers during the hottest summer months. Blooms are usually triggered after a good rain.


‘EMBER’S WISH’ SALVIA

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Glowing coral flowers cover these tough plants from early spring to frost. Her blooms won’t fade in the heat, forming a ball of color in your yard, with no pruning or deadheading. A portion of plant proceeds go to Make-A-Wish® AU.

‘GOLDEN DAWN’ NARCISSUS

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Golden Dawn’ is a must have daffodil in every warm climate garden. This reliable bulb sends up two to three sweet smelling flower stalks per bulb; allowing color and fragrance over an extended period of time.

‘GRAND PRIMO’ NARCISSUS

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Treasured for its long-lasting blooms and robust foliage, the ‘Grand Primo’ multiplies year after year and offers a pleasantly sweet fragrance without the overpowering muskiness of paper whites.


HABRANTHUS PINK RAIN LILY

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There are many rain lilies that bloom all across the world, but few put on the show of Habranthus robustus. This pink rain lily will bloom 4 to 6 times in one summer, not minding the heat or humidity. They can be seen performing in shady areas and in Full Sun.

HARDY

AMARYLLIS

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The April/May blooming red and white striped garden amaryllis found in many heirloom gardens is believed to be the first, and some say the best, hybrid amaryllis ever offered. If you lean in close enough, you will catch a slight spicy fragrance that is simply the icing on the cake.

HEIRLOOM SNOWFLAKE

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Termed ‘Snowflakes’ by the gardening public, the Leucojum aestivum is by far one of the most adaptable bulbs ever offered in the South. When people tell us they “can’t grow bulbs,” we tell them to try Leucojums.


ILLUMINATION® ‘APRICOT’ DIGIPLEXIS®

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WOW! Every now and then a new plant comes along that really knocks our socks off, and this one was made for our Western climates. Foxglove was crossed with a shrubby Isoplexis, which resulted in a perennial re-blooming apricot orange garden wonder.

ILLUMINATION® ‘FLAME’ DIGIPLEXIS®

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This Digiplexis sports bright, pinkish to reddish-orange, tubular flowers with yellow throats, packed densely on three foot stems. Multiple side branches and sterile blossoms mean a very long bloom time.

JOY OF LIVING® BUTTERFLY BLISS™ DAYLILY

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This lovely repeat bloomer showcases 5-inch lavender flowers with white midribs and a yellow-green throat. Its elegant, early blooms will not be lost in the shadows.


JOY OF LIVING® CELEBRATION™ DAYLILY

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Every day is a celebration with this striking beauty in the garden. Enjoy early and often repeat blooms of orange-pink blossoms with contrasting veining and rose-colored eyezones.

JOY OF LIVING® HIGH VOLTAGE™ DAYLILY

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Add drama and disease resistance to your landscape with this striking repeat bloomer. Six-inch bright red flowers will steal the garden spotlight.

‘LADY JANE’

TULIP

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More than any other tulip type, the brightly colored species tulips are the best choice for Southern gardens. ‘Lady Jane’ is a Southern classic with a pink and white combination that is both delicate and bold.


‘LILAC WONDER’ TULIP

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More than any other group of tulips, the brightly colored species tulips are the best choice for Southern gardens. ‘Lilac Wonder’ tulip displays soft pink petals with a strong yellow base in a combination that will take your breath away.

‘LOVE AND WISHES’ SALVIA

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Deep Purple flowers cover these tough plants from early spring to frost. Like her cousin Wendy’™s Wish Salvia, this Salvia will form a ball of color in your yard, with no pruning or deadheading. A portion of plant proceeds go to Make-A-Wish® AU.

LYDIA™

TECOMA

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Unlike traditional varieties, Lydia blooms from early spring until frost, grows more compactly and has less seed pods.