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New Plants for 2018

This portion of the site provides a summary and description of plants introduced for the first time to the Bohn's Farm lineup for the current year. 

Introduction of new plants to our already extensive lineup is the result of:

  • customer suggestions
  • recommendations from our diverse team of young plant producers
  • pant awareness resulting from custom production for our landscape professional customer
  • observations noted during our travels to professional conferences, botanical and educational institutions.

To learn more about a particular variety, click on the image or plant name.  Enjoy!

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Anemone 'Curtain Call Deep Rose'

Anemone, Japanese
Beginning in late summer, this perennial produces dark rose flowers that are positioned just above a small mound of green foliage. The flower's fullness is due to a double row of petals. Compact, mounded habit, great for front of border. Moderate, but consistent moisture needs.
Anemone 'Curtain Call Deep Rose'

Anemone 'Curtain Call Pink'

Anemone, Japanese
Beginning in late summer, this perennial produces bright rose pink flowers that are positioned just above a small mound of green foliage. The flower's fullness is due to a double row of petals. Compact, mounded habit, great for front of border. Moderate, but consistent moisture needs.
Anemone 'Curtain Call Pink'

Anemone 'Pretty Lady Diana'

Windflower
Anemone 'Pretty Lady Diana'

Aquilegia 'Swan Pink & Yellow'

Columbine
The mid-size Swan series known for large bi-color blooms in rich colors on vigorous plants. This variety has pink outer spurs with yellow inner petals.
Aquilegia 'Swan Pink & Yellow'

Aruncus dioicus 'Chantilly Lace'

Goat'S Beard
Goat's Beard loves part shade, and Chantilly Lace produces beautiful sprays of lacy, cream-colored flowers in late spring to early summer. Loads of inflorescences completely covers the deep green foliage. Goatsbeard is a great option to replace Astilbe in the garden if you're looking to incorporate more natives. Aruncus doesn't like to be transplanted, so although it is a slow grower the first couple of years, plan on giving each plant plenty of room to fill in over time.
Aruncus dioicus 'Chantilly Lace'
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