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Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'

Grass, Japanese Forest
Brilliant solid gold foliage glows in the shade. Spreads slowly by stolons but is not invasive. Reddish-brown flowers.
Hakonechloa macra 'All Gold'

Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'

Grass, Japanese Forest
Gracefully arching brilliant yellow leaves streaked with green arch to one side. Leaves turn pink-red in the fall. Prefers rich, moist soil, good drainage and light shade. Very slow to establish. 2009 Perennial Plant of the Year. [PPA-2009]
Hakonechloa macra 'Aureola'

Hamamelis vernalis

Witch Hazel, Vernal
Hamamelis vernalis

Hamamelis virginiana

Witch Hazel, Eastern
Hamamelis virginiana

Hedera helix

Ivy, English (Baltic)
Fast-growing, dark green glossy evergreen foliage will form climbing vine or trailing ground cover. Inconspicuous flowers on mature growth in October.
Hedera helix

Hedera helix 'Thorndale'

Ivy, English (Baltic)
Hedera helix 'Thorndale'

Helianthus occidentalis

Sunflower, Western
Helianthus occidentalis

Helictotrichon sempervirens 'Sapphire'

Grass, Blue Oat
Bright steel blue leaves that tend to widen as they mature. Small, tan seed heads appear on tall stems.
Helictotrichon sempervirens 'Sapphire'

Heliopsis helianthoides

Sunflower, Ox-Eye
Golden yellow daisy-like flowers bloom for weeks in summer and make good cut flowers. Seed heads are attractive to songbirds. Pinch for shorter, bushier plants.
Heliopsis helianthoides

Heliopsis helianthoides 'Sunstruck'

Sunflower, False
ariegated Heliopsis have long been popular in the perennial landscape, and ‘Sunstruck’ fills the spaces at a much shorter height. 2” large, golden yellow flowers appear above the cream and green variegated foliage even earlier than typical Heliopsis, and blooms all through summer until fall. Compared to ‘Loraine Sunshine’, ‘Sunstruck’ is more compact, has more ray florets and a deeper flower color.
Heliopsis helianthoides 'Sunstruck'

Heliopsis helianthoides 'Tuscan Sun'

Sunflower, False
Bright yellow flowers with gold center June through September. Most compact Heliopsis available, more controllable in the landscape. PROVEN WINNER.
Heliopsis helianthoides 'Tuscan Sun'

Helleborus 'Anna's Red'

Lenten Rose
Dark purple buds on red stems open to single, rounded, saturated purple-red flowers with bright chartreuse nectaries. They appear for months from late winter into mid-spring. The foliage emerges in spring bronzy green with electric pink veining, like a pair of pink fishnet stockings has been wrapped around each leaf! As the evergreen foliage matures, the marbling turns cream and remains attractive all year long. Sister seedling of 'Penny's Pink'.
Helleborus 'Anna's Red'

Helleborus 'Ballerina Ruffles'

Lenten Rose
This exquisite hellebore features large 3”, fluffy double flowers in pink shades ranging from light to bright lipstick pink, some with purple speckling. The double flowered selections of WINTER THRILLERS™ hellebores have the added bonus of retaining their color for up to 12 weeks, long after the flowers are spent. You’ll hardly even notice when the flowers are finished because they just keep on looking fresh and lovely for so long. This feature greatly expands their shelf life and season of interest in the landscape. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Ballerina Ruffles'

Helleborus 'Confetti Cake'

Lenten Rose
'Confetti Cake' has 2.5-3" double white flowers with burgundy speckling concentrated toward the center of the petals. Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen has a passion for hellebores. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. The WEDDING PARTY series showcases his double flowered selections, available in numerous, beautiful color shades. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Confetti Cake'

Helleborus 'Dark and Handsome'

Lenten Rose
Helleborus 'Dark and Handsome' bears 2.5-3", near black to black-purple flowers. Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen has a passion for hellebores. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. The WEDDING PARTY™ series showcases his double flowered selections, available in numerous, beautiful color shades. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Dark and Handsome'

Helleborus 'Fantasy Ruffles'

Lenten Rose
Rare, double-white flowers with heavy strawberry spots have three times the number of petals and can reach over 3 inches across! Double-flowered Hellebores are the most sought-after form across the United States. While extremely rare, doubles will keep their showy flowers for TWICE the time of the singles.
Helleborus 'Fantasy Ruffles'

Helleborus 'Flower Girl'

Lenten Rose
Helleborus 'Flower Girl' bears 2.5-3", double blush to light pink flowers. Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen has a passion for hellebores. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. The WEDDING PARTY™ series showcases his double flowered selections, available in numerous, beautiful color shades. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Flower Girl'

Helleborus 'French Kiss'

Lenten Rose
Helleborus 'French Kiss' has 3-3.5, single white flowers lined with raspberry pink that veins in toward the center of the petals. You’ve enjoyed the double-flowered Hellebores of the WEDDING PARTY™ series, try the equally lovely single-flowered selections of the HONEYMOON™ Series from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'French Kiss'

Helleborus 'Ivory Prince'

Lenten Rose
Upward facing flower buds start out pink, opening to creamy white blooms late March and April. Flowers remain intact for 8-10 weeks. Glossy, gray-green, mounding foliage is evergreen.
Helleborus 'Ivory Prince'

Helleborus 'Merlin'

Lenten Rose
Outward-facing, light pink to pink flowers mature to a deep cranberry. Very dark foliage with dark stems.
Helleborus 'Merlin'

Helleborus 'Paris in Pink'

Lenten Rose
3.5-4”, single light to medium pink flowers. You’ve enjoyed the double-flowered Hellebores of the Wedding Party series, try the equally lovely single-flowered selections of the HONEYMOON™ Series from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Paris in Pink'

Helleborus 'Pink Frost'

Lenten Rose
Incredibly vigorous, heavily budded selection blooms from late January into March. Burgundy buds open to 2-3”, two-tone pink and white, outward-facing flowers. As the flowers age, their color deepens to burgundy. These beautiful blossoms are presented atop the upright clump of green, serrated foliage with a silvery sheen and red petioles.
Helleborus 'Pink Frost'

Helleborus 'Rio Carnival'

Lenten Rose
2.5-3", single light yellow flowers with heavy burgundy red speckling. You’ve enjoyed the double-flowered Hellebores of the Wedding Party series, try the equally lovely single-flowered selections of the HONEYMOON™ Series from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Rio Carnival'

Helleborus 'Rome in Red'

Lenten Rose
3-4", single rich maroon to wine red flowers. You’ve enjoyed the double-flowered Hellebores of the Wedding Party series, try the equally lovely single-flowered selections of the HONEYMOON™ Series from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Rome in Red'

Helleborus 'Sandy Shores'

Lenten Rose
2.5-3", single pale apricot flowers with a lovely rosy pink color on the backs. You've enjoyed the double-flowered Hellebores of the Wedding Party series, try the equally lovely single-flowered selections of the HONEYMOON™ Series from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Sandy Shores'

Helleborus 'Spanish Flare'

Lenten Rose
3", single light yellow flowers with maroon red flares concentrated around the nectaries. A novel color pattern for Lenten Rose. You’ve enjoyed the double-flowered Hellebores of the Wedding Party series, try the equally lovely single-flowered selections of the HONEYMOON™ Series from Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Spanish Flare'

Helleborus 'Sunshine Ruffles'

Lenten Rose
A new color strain for the series, ‘Sunshine Ruffles’ bears sunny yellow blossoms lightly kissed with red on its picotee edges. You’ll find 30-40, large 2½-3” blossoms on mature four year old plants in early through mid-spring. We can’t wait to see more yellow hellebores coming from this breeder in the future. It’s the perfect color for ushering in the Spring! Like all WINTER THRILLERS™ hellebores, these doubles have beautiful dark green, bushy foliage that looks great all year.
Helleborus 'Sunshine Ruffles'

Helleborus 'True Love'

Lenten Rose
Rich maroon red, 3-3.5” double flowers. Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizer Hans Hansen has a passion for hellebores. In his breeding work, he selects for plants with notable vigor, showy floral displays with large numbers of blossoms per plant, and rich flower colors. The WEDDING PARTY™ series showcases his double flowered selections, available in numerous, beautiful color shades. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'True Love'

Helleborus 'Winter Sunshine'

Lenten Rose
This first year blooming hellebore from tissue culture is consicered consider to be an improvement over Helleborus IVORY PRINCE. This newer selection exhibits stronger flower coloration, larger blossoms, and a vigorous growth rate compared to the former. It forms a compact, upright mound of large, thick, deep green, glossy leaves held on dark purple petioles. Very large 3-4”, outward facing flowers emerge from mauve purple buds held on dark purple stems. Their fronts are ivory with a hint of light green and the backs are ivory with a heavy flush of rose. As the flowers mature, they take on strong rosy red tones. This cultivar flowers freely for several months beginning very early in the growing season. About 10 flowers constitute each cluster. A minimum of 85% of these plants will bloom the first year. Hellebores are the harbingers of spring, blooming for six weeks or more beginning in late winter. They are often flowering during the Christian season of Lent, from which they get their common name, Lenten Rose. This is the perfect plant for naturalizing in moist, woodland areas where its extensive root system will spread as far as it is allowed.
Helleborus 'Winter Sunshine'

Helleborus niger 'St. Lucia'

Lenten Rose
Clusters of large 3-3.5" pure white flowers with yellow nectaries are presented on strong stems above the attractive, solid deep green leaves. This compact, proportional variety is a strong grower.
Helleborus niger 'St. Lucia'

Hemerocallis 'Bertie Ferris'

Daylily
Ruffled persimmon orange flowers are 2 1/2" across. Blooms in June.
Hemerocallis 'Bertie Ferris'

Hemerocallis 'Black Eyed Susan'

Daylily
4.5", rich yellow-orange tepals with a maroon eye and orange throat. Petal edges are lightly crimped; sepals are smooth and somewhat recurved. High bud count.Blooms in midsummer; rebloomer.One of the most consistent reblooming daylilies in northern regions.Tetraploid. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Black Eyed Susan'

Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache'

Daylily
Intense scarlet red sepals. Very sun tolerant. Petals have loosely ruffled edges. Recurved tepals with a small yellow watermark and green throat. More thrip resistant than most reds.
Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache'

Hemerocallis 'Endless Heart'

Daylily
A true breakthrough in daylily breeding, this is the first red, very early blooming, hardy daylily. In the ground, this daylily typically starts to bloom in mid-June which is several weeks earlier than most cultivars. Plants can rebloom up to 4 times per year, showing nearly 100 days of color in zone 6. EARLYBIRD CARDINAL Endless Heart produces 4" wide, watermelon red flowers with a pie crust edge and chartreuse throat. It is documented to produce 6 or more fans per season compared to 2-3 fans produced on an average daylily. It also tends to produce more than one flower scape per fan, so the plants quickly grow to form a highly floriferous, robust clump .Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Endless Heart'

Hemerocallis 'Fire King'

Daylily
Brilliant orange, 5.5", heavily ruffled, recurved petals with a yellow-orange throat and matching stamens. Blooms in midsummer, flowers last at least 16 hours each. This is considered a premium daylily, which means that it has been selected as highly performing plant with exceptional bloom performance, substantive, vibrantly colored flowers, complete winter hardiness in northern zones, and a vigorous habit. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Fire King'

Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns'

Daylily
Award winning, repeat blooming, ruffled, soft yellow flowers bloom profusely in June. Reblooms till frost. A Stella de Oro hybrid. Tolerates heat and humidity. Divide every 3-4 years to maintain vigor. Diploid.
Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns'

Hemerocallis 'Hyperion'

Daylily
Lemon yellow, fragrant flowers are 7" across. Blooms mid-July then repeat blooms. Diploid.
Hemerocallis 'Hyperion'

Hemerocallis 'Joan Senior'

Daylily
Lightly ruffled, near white flowers with limestone-colored throats are 6" across. Excellent bud and branch count. Repeat blooming. Blooms late June to mid-July. Diploid.
Hemerocallis 'Joan Senior'

Hemerocallis 'Little Business'

Daylily
Hemerocallis 'Little Business'

Hemerocallis 'Little Grapette'

Daylily
Award winning miniature selection with lightly ruffled, purple petals and yellow throat. High bud count, blooming May through June. Tolerates heat and humidity. Divide every 3-4 years to maintain vigor.
Hemerocallis 'Little Grapette'

Hemerocallis 'Mary Todd'

Daylily
Lots of 6", bright yellow, ruffled flowers with heavy texture. Tetraploid.
Hemerocallis 'Mary Todd'

Hemerocallis 'Mini Stella'

Daylily
Hemerocallis 'Mini Stella'

Hemerocallis 'Nosferatu'

Daylily
Similar to the highly regarded daylily ‘Bela Lugosi’, this variety offers a shorter height, fragrant blossoms, and more prominent veining in the oval shaped petals. Large 6", shimmering dark purple, very sunfast flowers with a chartreuse throat and pie crust ruffled petals are produced midseason. A high bud count on well-branched scapes ensures many weeks of bloom. Semi-evergreen tetraploid.
Hemerocallis 'Nosferatu'

Hemerocallis 'Pardon Me'

Daylily
Loads of cranberry red flowers with yellow-green throats are 3" across. Repeat blooming.
Hemerocallis 'Pardon Me'

Hemerocallis 'Passionate Returns'

Daylily
An everblooming daylily, ‘Passionate Returns’ blooms for about 3 ½ months beginning in mid-June in zone 7 or early July in zone 5. 4", rosy red, ruffled flowers have perfect form. Flowers are held just at the top of the foliage, with multiple branched scapes and lots of buds to make it extremely floriferous in the landscape. Its short stature and continuous flower show makes this the perfect daylily for growing at the front of the
Hemerocallis 'Passionate Returns'

Hemerocallis 'Prairie Blue Eyes'

Daylily
Ruffled, round, lavender flowers with blue eye-zones and green throats are 5 1/2" across. Diploid.
Hemerocallis 'Prairie Blue Eyes'

Hemerocallis 'Primal Scream'

Daylily
Spectacular 7½-8½ inch, glimmering tangerine orange, gold dusted blossoms and green throat. Officially classified as “unusual form”, the tepals are narrow, twisted, and recurved with loosely ruffled edges. These gigantic blossoms are presented in midsummer on tall, graceful, willowy scapes above the attractive arching foliage. Winner of the 2003 Stout Medal (the highest honor a daylily can receive). PROVEN WINNER.
Hemerocallis 'Primal Scream'

Hemerocallis 'Purple de Oro RAZZMATAZZ'

Daylily
Compact growth producing ruffled, medium purple flowers with deep purple veining, paler purple midribs and a bright yellow throat. Long blooming period. Repeat blooms throughout the season.
Hemerocallis 'Purple de Oro RAZZMATAZZ'

Hemerocallis 'Red Hot Returns'

Daylily
First red, continuous blooming daylily that performs well in northern climates. Brilliant cherry red, ruffled blossoms have a brightly contrasting yellow halo and an apple green throat. They rest just above the dark green foliage, held up there like a bouquet all summer long. It is a vigorous grower that readily increases its foliage and like EARLYBIRD CARDINAL™, it produces several flower scapes per fan. This daylily begins blooming in early midseason and repeats bloom all the way into fall. In zone 7, there are typically about 105 day of bloom. And since it's an extended bloomer, each flower remains open for at least 16 hours. Brilliant color all season long on low maintenance plants—now that’s what today’s gardeners are looking for! Semi-evergreen diploid. This is considered a premium daylily, which means that it has been selected as highly performing plant with exceptional bloom performance, substantive, vibrantly colored flowers, complete winter hardiness in northern zones, and a vigorous habit. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Red Hot Returns'

Hemerocallis 'Ruby Spider'

Daylily
The gigantic 9”, dark ruby red flowers are officially classified as “unusual form-spatulate” since the petals are long and spoon-shaped. The petals open very wide and flat, displaying the large, golden yellow throat and matching midribs nicely. Planted singly or en masse, this outstanding daylily is sure to make a huge visual impact in the landscape! Dormant tetraploid. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Ruby Spider'

Hemerocallis 'Siloam Peony Display'

Daylily
Like a bouquet of peonies, this lovely cultivar produces an elegant display of fully double, peach colored, diamond dusted blossoms with ruffled petals in midsummer and then again later in the season. The fragrant blooms measure up to 6 inches across and have a rose blush band near the center of the flower. This cultivar is an extended bloomer, so the flowers remain open for at least 16 hours. Truly unique! Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Siloam Peony Display'

Hemerocallis 'Spellbinder'

Daylily
Large, radiant golden-orange flowers; one of the first to bloom and continues through summer.
Hemerocallis 'Spellbinder'

Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'

Daylily
Award winning, repeat blooming, ruffled, bright gold flowers bloom profusely in May. Reblooms till frost. Foliage is compact. Tolerates heat and humidity. Divide every 3-4 years to maintain vigor.
Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro'

Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro Supreme'

Daylily
Lightly fragrant, abundant soft lemon-chiffon flowers held nicely above the foliage. Repeat bloomer to frost. Plant in masses for a soft carpet of color.
Hemerocallis 'Stella de Oro Supreme'

Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Candy'

Daylily
Strawberry pink blooms have a distinct rose red eye zone and a golden green throat. Flowers are 4 1/2" across. Early to midseason repeat bloomer. Tetraploid.
Hemerocallis 'Strawberry Candy'

Hemerocallis 'Tiger Swirl'

Daylily
This exciting variety stands out from the rest of the daylilies with its uniquely shaped petals. Huge, 6.5in triangular-shaped flowers are light golden yellow with a pronounced raspberry red eye. Its bottom sepals are smooth, often twisting or curling into a “swirling” motion. This is the perfect companion to ‘Primal Scream’, matching its spider-like look. Daylilies are a perfect landscape plant and possibly the most care-free and easiest perennials to grow. Daylilies can survive many harsh conditions that other plants cannot including: polluted city environments, slopes, poor and dry soils, near pavement that is salted in winter, and under Black Walnut trees (not affected by juglone).
Hemerocallis 'Tiger Swirl'

Heuchera 'Appletini'

Coral Bells
Continuing the trend of bringing flower performance back to Coral Bells, ‘Appletini’ is the perfect combination of lime foliage and red flowers. Medium sized, lime green leaves have a silver overlay that makes the foliage truly attractive. Its best feature is arguably its stunning flower color: dark rose red stems hold rich ruby red flowers, starting in early summer. This plant occasionally reblooms into fall. The bright foliage is the perfect addition to a perennial combination container or the front of the border. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the tall flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera 'Appletini'

Heuchera 'Autumn Leaves'

Coral Bells
Truly a four-seasons plant, 'Autumn Leaves' changes its personality as the days grow longer. Mid-sized leaves of red in the spring, taupe in summer, and ruby red in the fall, put on a show in any season. The H. villosa and H. americana parentage will help with heat and humidity tolerance.
Heuchera 'Autumn Leaves'

Heuchera 'Berry Smoothie'

Coral Bells
Heuchera 'Berry Smoothie'

Heuchera 'Black Pearl'

Coral Bells
Meet the new standard in black Heuchera. ‘Black Pearl’ forms an incredibly dense habit of shiny, jet black leaves with scalloped, ruffled edges. Each 4-4.5" leaf has rosy purple undersides, revealed with the intense ruffling of the leaves. Oldest leaves have a slight silver overlay. To top it off,‘Black Pearl’ keeps its intense black color even in full sun, instead of bleaching to brown. White flowers with pink calyxes appear in midsummer (requires vernalization). This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers.
Heuchera 'Black Pearl'

Heuchera 'Blondie'

Coral Bells
The caramel colored foliage is so cute with the delightful, ever present flower spikes of mellow, creamy yellow. Just 5" tall, and 8" wide, 'Blondie' is a blooming machine, with up to 20 - 8" flower spikes at a time!
Heuchera 'Blondie'

Heuchera 'Blondie in Lime'

Coral Bells
Lime green leaves and yellow green flowers blooming continuously all spring, summer, and fall. This mutation out of 'Blondie' is as cute and tough as the original. 5" H, 8" W, 9" H with Flower. Blooms April through October. Heat and Humidity tolerant. Winter Interest.
Heuchera 'Blondie in Lime'

Heuchera 'Brazen Raisin'

Coral Bells
Add a dramatic splash of dark purplish black foliage to your combination containers and landscapes with the new Brazen Raisin™. Medium to large size, flat, matte textured leaves with wine red undersides form a dense mound. In midsummer, deep red scapes carry showy panicles of hot pink buds which open to pale pink to white flowers with a hot pink base. From a distance, the flowers appear like a light pink cloud floating above the nicely contrasting dark foliage. This plant occasionally reblooms into fall. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers.
Heuchera 'Brazen Raisin'

Heuchera 'Can Can'

Coral Bells
Ruffled, metallic silver foliage forms a tight mound. White flowers.
Heuchera 'Can Can'

Heuchera 'Carnival Rose'

Coral Bells
Silver-rose foliage forms compact mound. short flower scapes appear in late spring.
Heuchera 'Carnival Rose'

Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles'

Coral Bells
Deep maroon-chocolate leaves with heavily ruffled edges curl to reveal royal purple undersides. Both sides can be seen at once because of the ruffles. Small purplish flowers on slender wiry stems rise above foliage in May and June. PP8965
Heuchera 'Chocolate Ruffles'

Heuchera 'Cinnamon Curls'

Coral Bells
Tidy, compact, rounded mound of glossy, leathery, dissected leaves with ruffled edges. They are a unique blend of coppery orange, red, and purple tones on the top and brilliant magenta red on the undersides of the leaves. This new variety is prized for its foliage and its flowers are insignificant.
Heuchera 'Cinnamon Curls'

Heuchera 'Circus'

Coral Bells
In spring, the new leaves emerge a warm peach color with deep red veins. As they age and the weather turns warmer, the foliage turns a radiant shade of chartreuse with extensive red veining, a light dusting of silvering, and a chartreuse outline around each leaf. Deep reddish purple, leafy scapes carry hot pinkish red flowers beginning in early summer. It’s a dynamite combination of colors especially for a perennial that thrives in partial shade. Try combining it with green hostas and black snakeroot for an explosion of color! This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a robust, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most villosas produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States.
Heuchera 'Circus'

Heuchera 'Coco'

Coral Bells
This sweet, dark chocolate foliaged cutie is a magnificent miniature of Heuchera 'Obsidian', with very nice flowers. Measuring 6" high and 10" wide with 10" high flower spikes, 'Coco' will charm the most jaded gardener. Very long blooming; great for pots, mixed containers in rock gardens or borders.
Heuchera 'Coco'

Heuchera 'Crimson Curls'

Coral Bells
Ruffled burgundy-red to purplish green leaves are semi-evergreen forming compact mounds. Small white flowers on slender burgundy stems rise above foliage in June or July. Grows best in moist, rich soil.
Heuchera 'Crimson Curls'

Heuchera 'Delta Dawn'

Coral Bells
Heuchera 'Delta Dawn' has an amazing color changing ability as the season progress. The large, rounded leaves are a burgundy red with edges in lime green in the spring and fall. In the summer the lime green leaves are flooded with a deep red veining for a highly contrasted leaf. Strong grower with a vigorous habit. In midsummer 'Delta Dawn' has a none distinct white flower. Heuchera are a great hummingbird and butterfly attraction. Strong, vigorous habit. Delivers the "look" that Heuchera 'Miracle' promised. Height of foliage is 8". Height with flower is 14".
Heuchera 'Delta Dawn'

Heuchera 'Electra'

Coral Bells
Heuchera 'Electra'

Heuchera 'Electric Plum'

Coral Bells
New leaves emerge near black and lighten to an intense purple with dramatic black veining. Dainty, bright fuchsia pink flowers are produced on near black stems, with a color intensity that matches the awesome foliage. Compared to the popular ‘Grape Expectations’, ‘Electric Plum’ has a brighter purple foliage color, more attractive flowers, and improved floral performance. Growers will appreciate that this Heuchera does not require vernalization to bloom, although it is beneficial. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the tall flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera 'Electric Plum'

Heuchera 'Frost'

Coral Bells
Well-silvered year round, 'Frost' has small leaves with dark burgundy veins in the spring to dark with just a touch of violet the rest of the year. The multiple crowns bloom with short stems of light pink flowers in spring, summer, and fall. 'Frost', believe it or not will warm your heart.
Heuchera 'Frost'

Heuchera 'Ginger Snap'

Coral Bells
Charming miniature with rosy and tan brown, white veiled foliage. It is so cute with the delightfully short rose pink flower spikes. Flowers are only 10" tall - good things come in small packages.
Heuchera 'Ginger Snap'

Heuchera 'Mahogany'

Coral Bells
Heuchera 'Mahogany'

Heuchera 'Marmalade'

Coral Bells
Shiny, sturdy, undulating foliage is umber to deep sienna with reddish-brown flowers on 16" scapes from late spring to early summer. PP15945
Heuchera 'Marmalade'

Heuchera 'Melting Fire'

Coral Bells
Foliage emerges bright red maturing to deep maroon with heavily ruffled edges. Semi-evergreen foliage forms compact mounds. Small white flowers on dark red stems rise above foliage in June or July.
Heuchera 'Melting Fire'

Heuchera 'Midnight Rose'

Coral Bells
Hot pink flecks emerge on nearly-black foliage in spring and continue to enlarge and brighten before lightening to cream as the season progresses. PPAF
Heuchera 'Midnight Rose'

Heuchera 'Obsidian'

Coral Bells
Smooth, rounded foliage emerges nearly true black. Unlike many other "black" foliage plants, it maintains its dark hue throughout the season. Tiny cream-colored flowers emerge on 24" spikes in early summer. PP14836
Heuchera 'Obsidian'

Heuchera 'Peach Flambe'

Coral Bells
New leaves emerge fiery orange-red, maturing to peach in midseason and to plum purple in fall. Stalks of wispy white flowers rise over foliage in spring. Great color accent for the shade garden. PP17195
Heuchera 'Peach Flambe'

Heuchera 'Pear Crisp'

Coral Bells
Smaller and more distinctive than ‘Lime Marmalade’, this selection is a better option for container plantings. Its chartreuse to yellow foliage is finely dissected with crisp, pointed edges, a leaf shape unique to this series. Planting it in direct morning sun will draw out the brighter yellow coloring, but it should be protected from hot afternoon sun. Ivory white flowers top the clump in late spring.
Heuchera 'Pear Crisp'

Heuchera 'Peppermint'

Coral Bells
Miniature deep green leaves, veiled in silver white, topped with pink flowers held in good sized clusters. The pink flowers darken to deep pink and hold on when they are older. Very long blooming; a joy in a container, rock garden, or mixed container.
Heuchera 'Peppermint'

Heuchera 'Plum Pudding'

Coral Bells
Shiny, plum colored leaves with dark purple veining and deep purple undersides. Semi-evergreen foliage forms compact mound. Small creamy flowers on slender wiry stems rise above foliage in June or July.. Excellent with variegated plants. EU3330
Heuchera 'Plum Pudding'

Heuchera 'Pretty Pistachio'

Coral Bells
Starting in spring, 4.5in wide leaves are chartreuse and mellow to lime green in summer. Huge, 5"wide clusters of medium pink flowers are produced continuously starting in midsummer and going until early fall. Flowers dry on the stems to a lovely raspberry color, extending the attractiveness of the plant. This plant preforms best in filtered sun, as too much sun will bleach the brightly colored leaves. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the tall flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera 'Pretty Pistachio'

Heuchera 'Rave On'

Coral Bells
Masses of pink flowers are held above highly silvered foliage. Very heavy spring bloomer. Great for containers or mass plantings. PPAF
Heuchera 'Rave On'

Heuchera 'Ruffles 'n Truffles'

Exotic truffles are considered the diamond of the kitchen,”and you’ll find that this dark-leaf Heuchera will be the diamond of your garden. Dark mahogany brown leaves look near-black from afar. Upon closer inspection, you’ll see rich raspberry undersides to the large, 4" leaves. New leaves are extremely curly and ruffled, getting more subdued with age.
Heuchera 'Ruffles 'n Truffles'

Heuchera 'Shanghai'

Coral Bells
This highly-rated selection forms a tight, sturdy mound of silvery-purple leaves. Sprays of whitebell flowers appear throughout the summer but can be removed if desired. Reported to maintain its good looks throughout the winter months. In warm regions this is best in part shade.
Heuchera 'Shanghai'

Heuchera 'Silver Scrolls'

Coral Bells
Silvery-purple metallic leaves have dark purple veining and royal purple undersides. Leaf color changes as the season progresses. Tiny white flowers on tall scapes in June and July. PP12066
Heuchera 'Silver Scrolls'

Heuchera 'Snow Angel'

Coral Bells
Pink flower spikes over mounds of light green and cream variegated foliage.
Heuchera 'Snow Angel'

Heuchera 'Southern Comfort'

Coral Bells
Huge cinnamon-peach leaves change to burnished copper, then to amber. Creamy white flowers appear in late summer. This lush plant makes a bold foliage statement. PPAF
Heuchera 'Southern Comfort'

Heuchera 'Stormy Seas'

Coral Bells
Ruffled, somewhat glossy leaves are maroon-purple when young aging to bronze. Semi-evergreen foliage forms compact mound. Small white flowers on slender wiry stems rise above foliage in June or July.
Heuchera 'Stormy Seas'

Heuchera 'Sugar Berry'

Coral Bells
Oregon produces some of the world's sweetest berries, and our 'Sugar Berry' may just be the world's sweetest Heuchera. Very berry-violet with dark veins; 'Sugar Berry' is just 6" tall and 9" wide with 10" flower spikes of pale pink. Very showy, very unique.
Heuchera 'Sugar Berry'

Heuchera 'Sweet Tart'

Coral Bells
Very tangy, lime colored foliage in a tight mound - that's the tart part. The sweet part is the amazing bicolored cerise and hot pink colored flowers held on dark stems in wand-like clusters. A miniature that blooms all spring, summer, and fall. Great for pots!
Heuchera 'Sweet Tart'

Heuchera americana 'Green Spice'

Coral Bells
Green-edged silver leaves with purple veins. Good fall color. An improvement over 'Ecomagnifolia'.
Heuchera americana 'Green Spice'

Heuchera americana 'Marvelous Marble'

Coral Bells
New foliage emerges purple, maturing to deep green with prominent reddish purple veining and a light silver overlay. Creamy-white flowers on short stems earlier than other Heucheras.
Heuchera americana 'Marvelous Marble'

Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'

Coral Bells
Crinkled, deep purple foliage fades to bronze-brown in summer. Small whitish flowers in late spring. [PPA-1991]
Heuchera micrantha 'Palace Purple'

Heuchera richardsonii

Alum Root
Clump forming green foliage forms rounded mound. New foliage has some white mottling or purple blush. Tiny, greenish flowers on slender stems 18-24" above foliage in May and June. Very winter hardy.
Heuchera richardsonii

Heuchera sanguinea 'Coral Petite'

Coral Bells
Green mottled leaf with brilliant dark red bellflowers, dense blossom panicles, abundant flowering. Blooms May through July. Miniature plant grows only 2" tall with flower. Groundcover.
Heuchera sanguinea 'Coral Petite'

Heuchera sanguinea 'Ruby Bells'

Coral Bells
Compact mounding green foliage with relatively large, intense blood-red flowers held in well-branched panicles. Flowers are mildly fragrant and persist for 4-8 weeks.
Heuchera sanguinea 'Ruby Bells'

Heuchera villosa 'Pumpkin spice'

Foamy Bells
Get a sweet taste of fall in spring with ‘Pumpkin Spice’! Bronze red leaves emerge in late spring and hold its color well into early summer. Each 4"lobed leaf has deep mahogany centers that follow the veins of the leaf. Dark red stems hold cream flowers that appear in early summer. For best foliage color and performance, plant in an area with filtered sun or afternoon shade. ‘Pumpkin Spice’ is a H. villosa hybrid which means that it is naturally more heat and humidity tolerant and also has greater vigor than Heucherellas without such parentage. It forms a very dense mound of interesting foliage that is evergreen in most climates. Heucherella is a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella.
Heuchera villosa 'Pumpkin spice'

Heuchera villosa 'var. macrorrhiza Autumn Bride'

Coral Bells, Hairy
Rounded mounds of velvety, light green, lobed and toothed foliage send up dense spikes of white flowers on slender but sturdy rusty-brown stems. A good choice for under-planting trees or other dry areas.
Heuchera villosa 'var. macrorrhiza Autumn Bride'

Heuchera x villosa 'Bella Notte'

Coral Bells
Dark red stems carry wands of deep rose pink buds that open to lighter pink flowers above the mound of lightly silvered, dark purple foliage. Foliage grows 9" tall, flower scapes rise to 13". Perhaps best of all, this one blooms all season long, from late spring through early fall. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the tall flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera x villosa 'Bella Notte'

Heuchera x villosa 'Berry Timeless'

Coral Bells
A revolution in Heuchera genetics! You’ll be amazed at the unbelievable flower production of our new ‘Berry Timeless’. A myriad of light pink flowers which age to a deeper rose red are produced in tight wands on 18-20" scapes. What is so remarkable is what happens when the flowers are spent—they dry in place on the stems similar to what Statice does instead of falling off and leaving bare stems, thus the reference to the everlasting flowers in its name. You’ll get a two toned look of light and dark pink flowers on the same plant for a strong show of color. Even better, this plant blooms and reblooms continuously, not in waves, from early summer to frost! You’ll have plenty of time to sell this plant in bloom if you're a retailer and loads of flowers to enjoy all summer if you're a gardener. Cut flower producers should also take note of this new everlasting heavy bloomer. Breeders have come a long way with creating Heucheras with fantastic flowers, but this one also has very attractive, lightly silvered, mint green foliage that forms a compact, dense clump. The flowers stand in perfect proportion and contrast to the foliage. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a robust, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most villosas produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States.
Heuchera x villosa 'Berry Timeless'

Heuchera x villosa 'Blackberry Ice'

Coral Bells
New leaves are a remarkable iridescent purple with black veining and have amethyst purple undersides. As the leaves mature, they develop a softly luminescent pewter overlay. The full, rounded clump of attractive foliage stays nice all season long. In midsummer, reddish purple scapes which are quite proportional to the foliage carry wands of cream flowers. As a H. villosa hybrid, it also exhibits greater heat and humidity tolerance.
Heuchera x villosa 'Blackberry Ice'

Heuchera x villosa 'Fire Alarm'

Coral Bells
Touted by many as the best red to date, this H. villosa hybrid is incredibly vigorous, forming a full, dense clump of large, round lobed leaves. When it emerges in spring and then again in fall it is fiery red, mellowing only slightly to mahogany red in the heat of summer. Dark red stems carry pink flowers in early through late summer. This selection fills out containers fully and delivers an excellent garden performance. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera x villosa 'Fire Alarm'

Heuchera x villosa 'Georgia Peach'

Coral Bells, Hairy
Heuchera x villosa 'Georgia Peach'

Heuchera x villosa 'Grape Expectations'

Coral Bells
When its vibrant grape purple new foliage emerges with black veins in spring, you’ll easily be able to pick ‘Grape Expectations’ out from the crowd. The broad, thick and durable, somewhat fuzzy leaves form a dense, upright mound as opposed to the wide spreading form of ‘Blackberry Ice’. As the temperatures rise, the leaves develop a bright silver coating and then turn back to very deep purple in late fall. Creamy white flowers are produced on dark purple stems in midsummer. The compact habit of 'Grape Expectations' makes it perfect for use in combination containers. Try pairing it with Carex s. ‘Banana Boat’ or Hosta ‘Autumn Frost’ for electric contrast. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a robust, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most villosas produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the tall flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera x villosa 'Grape Expectations'

Heuchera x villosa 'Lava Lamp'

Coral Bells
Large, billowy mass of very large, coppery purple leaves with deep purple undersides. The newest leaves emerge a bright copper orange color and then deepen to coppery purple as they age. Different from CINNAMON CURLS™, this variety has large, flat, rounded leaves that are not deeply dissected. Deep purple scapes carry plump wands of closely spaced cream flowers in early summer. This plant is a Heuchera villosa hybrid. The villosa species is a large, late blooming type that exhibits an increased tolerance of high heat and humidity over other species. Most produce cream flowers in midsummer, though they are grown more for their fantastic foliage. H. villosa is native to the southeastern United States. Coral bells are easy to grow and blend easily with most other perennials in the landscape. Because of their low, mounding habit, they are often used as edging along paths or in containers. Try cutting a few of the tall flower scapes for fresh bouquets.
Heuchera x villosa 'Lava Lamp'

Heucherella 'Alabama Sunrise'

Foamy Bells
Very large, deeply incised, brilliant gold leaves with red veining. White flowers with scapes reaching 20". Tolerant of heat and humidity. The first villosa hybrid Heucherella.
Heucherella 'Alabama Sunrise'

Heucherella 'Pink Fizz'

Foamy Bells
A durable plant for sun or shade, this new Heucherella forms a full clump of large, deeply lobed, soft green leaves with a light silvering and heavy wine red to deep purple veining. It keeps its cool coloring and maintains its tight habit all season. Foliage is 8" tall, flower scapes reach 10-13" tall. From early through midsummer, pure pink flowers burst open from hot pink buds on scapes that bubble up above the leaves like strawberry soda pop. The flowers are closely spaced on the wands, giving a strong show of color just above the foliage. Heucherella is a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella which are both native to the United States.
Heucherella 'Pink Fizz'

Heucherella villosa 'Catching Fire'

Foamy Bells
If you’re looking for a bright-colored foliage plant, you’ve found it! Vibrant lime green leaves are rounded, giving it a refined presence in the garden. In the centers of each leaves are very defined flame-shaped markings that flare from the center like cherry red fire. In summer, these markings will deepen to mahogany. Cream flowers appear in early summer. This is a very polished, vigorous plant. For best foliage color and performance, plant in an area with filtered sun or afternoon shade. ‘Catching Fire’ is a H. villosa hybrid which means that it is naturally more heat and humidity tolerant and also has greater vigor than Heucherellas without such parentage. It forms a very dense mound of interesting foliage that is evergreen in most climates. Heucherella is a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella.
Heucherella villosa 'Catching Fire'

Heucherella x villosa 'Leap Frog'

Foamy Bells
This easy perennial is valued for its colorful foliage, year-long garden interest, and low maintenance needs. Heucherellas are mainly grown for their attractive foliage and ‘Leapfrog’ is no exception. Its new growth in spring is bright chartreuse yellow with a prominent broken pattern of burgundy pigment in the center of each leaf. As temperatures rise and the leaves mature, they grow larger and mellow to green with dark purple centers. In late spring, pure ivory, bottlebrush shaped flowers stand above the foliage on 24 inch tall scapes. ‘Leapfrog’ is a H. villosa hybrid which means that it is naturally more heat and humidity tolerant and also has greater vigor than Heucherellas without such parentage. It forms a very dense mound of interesting foliage that is evergreen in most climates. Heucherella is a hybrid genus produced from a cross between Heuchera and Tiarella.
Heucherella x villosa 'Leap Frog'

Hibiscus 'Airbrush Effect'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Hibiscus 'Airbrush Effect'

Hibiscus 'Ballet Slippers'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Part of the SUMMERIFIC Series, this new hardy perennial fits the need of providing a Hibiscus lineup with greater feminine appeal. Huge 7" wide, ruffled flowers are white with a deep red eye. The edges of the petals are edged with blush pink. Combined with the heavily overlapping petals, this creates a pinwheel effect on the flowers. Attractive, healthy leaves are bright green with slightly serrated edges. A polished, upright habit and extremely high bud count with good axillary branching ensures that this Hibiscus will have a longer season of color, from late summer through early fall. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than just at the top like some other cultivars. ‘Ballet Slippers’ is the perfect backdrop or centerpiece for sunny borders.
Hibiscus 'Ballet Slippers'

Hibiscus 'Berry Awesome'

Hibiscus, Hardy
7-8" lavender pink flowers and red eye, with contrasting deep midnight green foliage. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than just at the top like some other cultivars. The foliage forms the perfect habit and will be ready to show off from late summer into early fall. ‘Berry Awesome’ is the perfect backdrop or centerpiece for sunny borders. Use it in place of a shrub in your garden.
Hibiscus 'Berry Awesome'

Hibiscus 'Berrylicious SUMMERIFIC'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Improvement over ‘Fantasia’ in flower and habit. Huge 8-9in, mauve lavender blossoms with a deep strawberry red eye have attractively ruffled, overlapping petals. They are produced on all sides of the dense, bushy, rounded clump of thick, bright green, maple-like leaves. This Hibiscus is a very floriferous indeterminate bloomer, so there are buds at many nodes up the stems rather than just at the tips. The result is a much longer season of bloom and flowers that cover all sides of the plant rather than just the top.
Hibiscus 'Berrylicious SUMMERIFIC'

Hibiscus 'Cherry Cheesecake'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Creamy pink, magenta kissed flower buds open to white flowers with magenta tipped petals and magenta veining radiating out from the cherry red eye. Huge 7-8” wide flowers have thick, heavily overlapping petals with a ruffled, rumpled texture that helps them hold up better in the summer wind than older selections with thin petals. Another gorgeous addition to the popular SUMMERIFIC™ series! This year’s new gal on the block is a compact, well-branched and heavily budded selection that forms an attractive, shrub-like clump of thick, leathery, maple-like, dark green leaves.
Hibiscus 'Cherry Cheesecake'

Hibiscus 'Cranberry Crush'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Blackish buds open to cranberry-scarlet flowers. Huge 7-8" wide blooms appear in July and August. Glossy deep green foliages has a slight purple overtone. Loves heat and humidity
Hibiscus 'Cranberry Crush'

Hibiscus 'Heartthrob'

Hibiscus, Hardy
From the Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizing program comes the darkest red flowered selection to date. Near-black, glossy, pointy buds open to lustrous, dramatic deep red blossoms with a blackish red center and veining. Bright yellow pollen on the red anthers in the center of each blossom pops with contrast. The 8-10” wide blossoms have rounded, overlapping petals with a hint of ruffling on the edges. ‘Heartthrob’ forms a compact, well-branched, rounded clump of mid-green, hydrangea-like leaves. At just 4’ tall, it fits nicely into the back of the border and offers outstanding late summer interest.
Hibiscus 'Heartthrob'

Hibiscus 'Jazzberry Jam'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Fabulous 9 inch wide, deep magenta flowers with a red eye and heavily ruffled, overlapping petals on beautifully upright, very full, robust plants. PPAF
Hibiscus 'Jazzberry Jam'

Hibiscus 'Mars Madness'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Huge 6-8" flowers open flat and are magenta red in color, more on the pink side of the spectrum than ‘Cranberry Crush’. Each flower has a small, darker red halo with overlapping petals and deeply impressed veins. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than only at the top like some older cultivars. Dark olive green leaves have copper highlights, with the newest leaves emerging coppery purple. The large, maple-like leaves are broadly smooth and form a full, billowy habit.
Hibiscus 'Mars Madness'

Hibiscus 'Midnight Marvel'

Hibiscus, Hardy
From 'Summer Storm' PP20443 it inherits very deep wine purple, dissected maple-like foliage that is thick and leathery. From a distance, it appears a bit darker purple than 'Summer Storm'. Like many perennials with purple foliage, this one needs to be exposed directly to UV light (grown in full sun) to achieve the darkest foliage color. From 'Cranberry Crush' PP21984, it inherits very similar glossy, black-red buds which open to 8-9", deep scarlet red flowers. The habit is relatively compact, measuring in at 4' tall x 4 ½' wide which is intermediate in size between its parents. Since this variety is an indeterminate bloomer (has buds at several nodes up the stem), it blooms for an extended period from midsummer into early fall. We have been incredibly impressed by the growth and performance of 'Midnight Marvel' and think you will be equally delighted!
Hibiscus 'Midnight Marvel'

Hibiscus 'Mocha Moon'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Huge 7-8", slightly cupped pure white flowers have a scarlet red eye that bleeds a little way onto the slightly ruffled, overlapping petals. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than only at the top like some older cultivars. The bright lime green carpels that hold the flowers contrast nicely with the deep bronze-green foliage. The thick, leathery, maple-like leaves form an upright and full clump that makes a fantastic specimen plant for sunny landscapes.
Hibiscus 'Mocha Moon'

Hibiscus 'My Valentine'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Deep reddish black buds open to huge 8-9", pure velvety red flowers July to September above bright green, maple-like foliage. This selection is an improved H. ‘Fireball’ with extended blooming period and a more compact, full mounding habit.
Hibiscus 'My Valentine'

Hibiscus 'Party Favor'

Hibiscus, Hardy
This super long blooming Hibiscus cultivar from the Walters Gardens, Inc. hybridizing program will delight you with large 8-10 inch wide blossoms from midsummer until frost! Rose pink buds open to glossy cotton candy pink flowers with heavily ruffled, overlapping petals and a red eye. Since it is an indeterminate bloomer, the flowers are produced at the nodes all up the flowering stems rather than just at the top like some other cultivars. The highly dissected, green leaves on nicely branched, red stems form a sizable clump in the landscape. 'Party Favor' PPAF is suitable en masse for the back of the border or planted singly as a focal point.
Hibiscus 'Party Favor'

Hibiscus 'Perfect Storm'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Gardeners loved the dark foliage of ‘Summer Storm’ Hibiscus, but it got too big for a small garden space. ‘Perfect Storm’ takes the dark foliage and shrinks it down to a manageable size (about half the height of ‘Summer Storm’). At 3 feet tall, it will still be the centerpiece of your sunny garden. This beauty demands a presence! ‘Perfect Storm’ has huge, 7-8" wide, white flowers with a bright red eye that radiates out the veins, with the petals edged with pink. Enjoy its blooms from late summer into early fall.
Hibiscus 'Perfect Storm'

Hibiscus 'Plum Fantasy'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Lipstick red buds open to very large 8-9”, vibrant magenta red flowers with a deeper red eye and red stamens. The texture of the flower petals is very unique compared to other Hibiscus—they are distinctly puckered and crinkled, giving them added dimension. This incredibly floriferous new Hibiscus sets buds at the top 6-7 nodes up the stems compared to the top 3-4 on average. The dramatic flower color really pops against the super dark green, maple-like foliage which takes on a tint of greyed purple late in the season. ‘Plum Fantasy’ forms an upright rounded clump in the landscape and makes a fantastic specimen plant for sunny landscapes.
Hibiscus 'Plum Fantasy'

Hibiscus 'Starry Starry Night'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Interesting 7-8" flowers are pale pink with darker pink speckling and veining. The flowers are held on bright green carpels, which contrast nicely with the dark foliage. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than only at the top like some older cultivars. Incredibly dark, near-black, broad, maple-like leaves form an upright clump in the landscape.
Hibiscus 'Starry Starry Night'

Hibiscus 'Sultry Kiss'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Deep red buds open to magenta-red flowers. Huge 9-11" blooms appear all the way up the stem in July and August. Lobed, maple-like, dark green foliage is bronze when it emerges and forms a small shrub.
Hibiscus 'Sultry Kiss'

Hibiscus 'Summer in Paradise'

Hibiscus, Hardy
There’s no sight quite like a Hardy Hibiscus blooming in late summer, and ‘Summer in Paradise’ truly delivers with its refined habit and attractive, large flowers and floriferous performance. Deep red buds open to 7-8" hot cerise red flowers. Medium green, maple-like leaves are accented by olive green edges. The large leaves quickly fill in the habit to keep it appearing full and refined. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than only at the top like some older cultivars. Use in place of a shrub in your garden.
Hibiscus 'Summer in Paradise'

Hibiscus 'Summer Storm SUMMERIFIC'

Hibiscus, Hardy
An improvement over 'Kopper King', this hybrid has the darkest wine purple, maple-like foliage we've ever seen on a hardy Hibiscus. As the foliage matures, the number of lobes on each leaf increases. The foliage alone makes this plant a fantastic specimen even before it comes into bloom! (Please note: Like many other purple foliage plants, this one requires direct exposure to UV light to develop the deep purple coloring. Plants coming from a greenhouse may be green until they are brought outside into the sun.) This plant produces large 8-10 inch, pink flowers with rose veining and a deep magenta eye that radiates out onto the petals. Free-flowering from mid-July to October. This is partially due to the fact that this Hibiscus has "indeterminate" buds v. "determinate" buds. Flower buds are produced at the nodes along much of the stem as well as at the tips. That means more flowers for a longer time period.
Hibiscus 'Summer Storm SUMMERIFIC'

Hibiscus 'Tie Dye'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Bright pink and white bicolor petals with cherry red eye. Huge 8-10" ruffled blooms appear in July and August. Lobed green foliage forms a small shrub. Improved H. 'Turn of the Century'.
Hibiscus 'Tie Dye'

Hibiscus 'Vintage Wine'

Hibiscus, Hardy
Near-black buds open to huge 7", scarlet red flowers that shimmer in the sun with a darker red eye. The overlapping petals of ‘Vintage Wine’ have a crinkled texture and open completely with minimal cupping. Flowers are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant, rather than only at the top like some older cultivars. Dark green, heart-shaped leaves form a densely upright, columnar clump. Use this incredibly dense variety as a focal point in your sun garden. ‘Vintage Wine’ differs from ‘Cranberry Crush’ with the shape of its leaves, the tone of flower color (a warmer red), and the density of its plant habit.
Hibiscus 'Vintage Wine'

Hibiscus lasiocarpus

Hibiscus, Rose Mallow
White or pink flowers with red centers grow 4 to 5 in. across. Flowers open for many weeks in July through October.. Large fuzzy leaves and a shrublike form give this plant substantial bulk in the landscape. Plants generally break dormancy late in spring so be patient. Tolerates some shade but flower production is best in full sun. Tolerates heat and humidity.
Hibiscus lasiocarpus

Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'

Hosta
Dark blue-green, seersuckered leaves with heavy substance display a unique cupped form up to 3 inches deep.White flowers appear just above the foliage on 22" scapes in early summer. Demonstrates good slug resistance.
Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd'

Hosta 'August Moon'

Hosta
Heavily corrugated gold leaves are 6" long and 5" wide. Leaves hold their color all season. White flowers in July.
Hosta 'August Moon'

Hosta 'Autumn Frost'

Hosta
The leaves emerge frosty blue with a bright yellow margin that lightens to creamy white during the summer. It forms a medium sized mound topped with light lavender flowers in mid to late summer. ‘Autumn Frost’ is a sport of the 2010 Hosta of the Year, ‘First Frost’, which in turn is a sport of the champion of blue hostas, ‘Halcyon’. It is a showier version of ‘First Frost’, displaying extra wide margins. PROVEN WINNER.
Hosta 'Autumn Frost'

Hosta 'Big Daddy'

Hosta
Huge, round, puckered leaves are deep blue. White flowers on 36" stems. Good back-of-the-border specimen.
Hosta 'Big Daddy'

Hosta 'Blue Angel'

Hosta
Large size selection with gigantic, heavily textured, blue-green leaves. Foliage forms large, tiered mound. Light lavender flowers in June and July. One of the most vigorous blue hostas. Slug resistant. Cupped, heavily-textured blue leaves grow 16" long and 13" wide with time.
Hosta 'Blue Angel'

Hosta 'Blue Mammoth'

Hosta
Large mounding form with huge powdery blue leaves. Heavily quilted, slug-resistant leaves. Near-white flowers in midsummer.
Hosta 'Blue Mammoth'

Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears'

Hosta
Adorable true miniature selection featuring thick, heart shaped blue-green foliage, forming a perfectly symmetrical mound. Lavender flowers appear in July. 2008 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears'

Hosta 'Blueberry Muffin'

Hosta
This excellent blue hosta is a strong grower and reliable performer in the landscape. It forms a medium sized mound of large, blue, rounded leaves that are rugose and puckered in unusual patterns. Late in the season, the foliage transitions to green. Attractive light mauve speckles appear on the petioles. Lavender flowers on proportional scapes just above the foliage in early summer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc. This premium hosta variety is part of a group of the finest hostas available today. Members of this collection were evaluated and selected by a group of specialty hosta growers in zones 4-7, who together have a combined total of over 150 years of hosta growing experience. To be considered a premium hosta, plants must perform superbly in all four zones (4-7). They must also exhibit exemplary garden presence and performance, have a long season of appeal in the landscape, have leaves of good substance, and demonstrate a greater resistance to common garden pests.
Hosta 'Blueberry Muffin'

Hosta 'Bridal Falls'

Hosta
This large hosta forms an attractively rounded mound of cascading green leaves with pale yellow to creamy white margins. The heart-shaped leaves are edged in pretty pie crust waves and have deeply impressed veins. The more mature this hosta is, the better it looks. Light lavender flowers appear in midsummer.
Hosta 'Bridal Falls'

Hosta 'Cameo'

Hosta
A fantastic mini hosta; reverse sport of 'Pandora's Box'. Small, round, green leaves with creamy white margins. Tiny lavender-purple flowers are produced on 12" scapes in early summer. The perfect size for containers, rock gardens, or edging. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Cameo'

Hosta 'Captain Kirk'

Hosta
An impressive, eye-catching large hosta; makes an excellent specimen plant. An improved sport of 'Gold Standard' with much wider, dark green margins, gold centers, and heavier substance. Pale lavender flowers appear on 30" scapes in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Captain Kirk'

Hosta 'Church Mouse'

Hosta
This hosta can easily be distinguished by its coarsely wavy leaves. It forms a cute miniature clump of thick, Blue-green to green leaves and matures into a small, compact mound that is just the right size for troughs or the front of the border. Perfectly proportioned scapes carry the lavender flowers in early summer. Sport of Blue Mouse Ears.
Hosta 'Church Mouse'

Hosta 'Coast to Coast'

Hosta
Adding a new color to the Proven Winners hosta line, ‘Coast to Coast’ is a giant, solid gold hosta that makes a striking specimen in the shade garden. Its foliage emerges gold in spring and turns lighter gold with a bit more sun exposure in the summer months. As the leaves mature, they become thick and puckered with wavy edges and have nearly white undersides. The upright vase-shaped clump is topped with green scapes carrying pale violet flowers in midsummer. This hosta tends to be more slug resistant because of its thick substance foliage and rigidly upright habit.flower scape grows to 36"
Hosta 'Coast to Coast'

Hosta 'Cool as a Cucumber'

Hosta
Long, tapered, pointed leaves have bright green margins with a clear white center. Its foliage is notably upright in youth, but quickly develops into a gracefully arching mound. In early summer, creamy white scapes carry light lavender flowers. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Cool as a Cucumber'

Hosta 'Curly Fries'

Hosta
Miniature to small sized hosta forms an arching, wiggly clump of extremely rippled, narrow leaves. Position this hosta where it will receive morning sun, as its chartreuse foliage will be brightest there. Mature plants will develop red speckled petioles. Great for containers or the front of the border. Lavender flowers top the clump in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Curly Fries'

Hosta 'Dancing Queen'

Hosta
Unlike other yellow hostas which emerge or turn chartreuse, ‘Dancing Queen’ emerges bright yellow and remains yellow all season long. The large leaves have a prominent pie crust edge, adding even more pizzazz to this colorful hosta. In mid to late summer, the foliage lightens to soft yellow and the clump is topped with pale lavender flowers.Flower scape is 28" tall.
Hosta 'Dancing Queen'

Hosta 'Dream Weaver'

Hosta
Large, very wide, nearly round, corrugated leaves with blue-green margins and creamy white centers. White flowers on 26" scapes in midsummer. A sport of H. 'Great Expectations'
Hosta 'Dream Weaver'

Hosta 'Earth Angel'

Hosta
Large, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves with wide, creamy-white margins that are creamy yellow in spring. Pale lavender flowers appear on 40 inch scapes in midsummer. A sport of H. 'Blue Angel'.
Hosta 'Earth Angel'

Hosta 'Electrocution'

Hosta
This distinctive medium sized hosta forms an upright mound of tightly rippled, twisted, long and narrow leaves. The slightly shiny, green leaves display yellow margins which lighten to creamy yellow in summer and mature plants have red speckled petioles. Lavender flowers top the clump in midsummer. ‘Electrocution’ is a good grower and would look sharp in a short, rounded container to contrast with its more upright habit.
Hosta 'Electrocution'

Hosta 'Elegans'

Hosta
Large size selection featuring huge blue-gray, quilted foliage. White flowers on tall scapes in May and June. Tolerates dry shade. Slug resistant.
Hosta 'Elegans'

Hosta 'Empress Wu'

Hosta
Largest hosta ever introduced. Huge, dark green, deeply veined foliage forms a tall and wide mound. Pale violet flowers rise just above foliage in July and August. PROVEN WINNER.
Hosta 'Empress Wu'

Hosta 'Fire Island'

Hosta
Hosta 'Fire Island'

Hosta 'First Frost'

Hosta
Medium size selection has intense blue-green center. Gold margin changes to pure white as it matures. Lavender flower on tall scapes bloom in July and August. Sport of Halcyon.
Hosta 'First Frost'

Hosta 'Francee'

Hosta
Medium size selection featuring dark green, slightly glossy foliage with clear white margins. Lavender flowers in June and July. Excellent sun tolerance. A classic hosta. Leaves grow 7" long and 5" wide. Variegation holds up well in sun.
Hosta 'Francee'

Hosta 'Francis Williams'

Hosta
Hosta 'Francis Williams'

Hosta 'Gold Standard'

Hosta
Medium-large size selection featuring puckered yellow leaves with irregular dark green margins. As leaves mature, center becomes gold. Morning sun helps the gold color develop. Pale lavender flowers in July and August. Leaves are 7" long and 5" wide. Upright, vase-shaped habit.
Hosta 'Gold Standard'

Hosta 'Golden Tiara'

Hosta
Medium size selection featuring tidy yellow margins with an apple-green center. Light purple flowers in June and July. A vigorous grower.
Hosta 'Golden Tiara'

Hosta 'Goodness Gracious'

Hosta
Sport of H. ‘Satisfaction’, with much showier, wider margins. Deeply veined foliage is dark green with very wide, yellow margins. Large, heart-shaped leaves have a good substance and a wide spreading habit. Light lavender flowers sit just above the foliage in early to midsummer. PROVEN WINNER.
Hosta 'Goodness Gracious'

Hosta 'Grand Prize'

Hosta
Green leaves have very wide, vivid gold margins that brighten to cream in summer. Dark purple flowers appear on 24 inch scapes in midsummer. A sport of the popular 'Grand Tiara'; considered by many to be the best in the 'Tiara Series'
Hosta 'Grand Prize'

Hosta 'Great Expectations'

Hosta
Large, puckered, creamy yellow leaves with wide irregular margins of blue and light green. White flowers. Needs morning sun or filtered shade. A slow grower requiring some time to reach mature potential.
Hosta 'Great Expectations'

Hosta 'Guacamole'

Hosta
Medium-large size selection featuring huge, apple green leaves with dark green margins. Foliage color intensifies with sun exposure. Fragrant, pale lavender flowers in July. Leaves are 11" long and 8" wide. American Hosta Growers' Association 2002 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Guacamole'

Hosta 'Halcyon'

Hosta
Medium-large size selection featuring frosty blue-green lance-shaped foliage. Deeply ribbed leaves are 8" long and 5" wide. Pale blue-violet flowers in abundance June and July. A vigorous grower. Thick foliage realizes great slug resistance. Retains blue color all season.
Hosta 'Halcyon'

Hosta 'Happy Dayz'

Hosta
Sport of ‘Orange Marmalade’ with wider, more blue-green margins. Leaves of good substance have yellow centers which brighten to parchment and margins that turn dark green in summer. The leaves of adult vernalized plants are more cupped at the base compared to its parent. Light lavender flowers in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Happy Dayz'

Hosta 'Hudson Bay'

Hosta
An improvement over its parent, ‘Eskimo Pie’, this new sport is a much showier, larger specimen and a stronger grower overall. The wider, brighter blue margin and apple green jetting contrast nicely with the creamy white center all season long. The leaves are of heavy substance, exhibiting good slug resistance in the landscape. This plant forms a large mound of attractive foliage topped with near-white flowers on white scapes in early summer. PROVEN WINNER.
Hosta 'Hudson Bay'

Hosta 'Humpback Whale'

Hosta
Massive, dome-shaped mound of blue-green, corrugated, heart-shaped leaves. Its color is bluest in the springtime. Blue-green scapes carry near-white, bell-shaped flowers in early summer. Mildred Seaver was known among hosta enthusiasts as the “Queen of Hostas”. In her lifetime, she registered 95 new varieties including: ‘Spilt Milk’, ‘Queen of the Seas’, and ‘Komodo Dragon’.
Hosta 'Humpback Whale'

Hosta 'Island Breeze'

Hosta
Wide, dark green margins stand in sharp contrast to the bright yellow centers in early spring. As summer approaches, the centers become more chartreuse when plants are grown in heavier shade or lighter yellow if they are grown in more sun. Like ‘Paradise Island’, this one also has showy red speckled petioles that bleed up into the leaves. Dark lavender flowers appear on reddish green scapes in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Island Breeze'

Hosta 'Ivory Queen'

Hosta
Cream to near-white leaves with broad, long lasting blue-green margins and a dash of green jetting between the two. The leaves are nice and thick, making them less attractive to slugs. Pale lavender flowers top the whitish green scapes just above the foliage in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Ivory Queen'

Hosta 'Joy Ride'

Hosta
This fun hosta forms a wriggly, broadly mounding mass of very wavy, blue-green leaves accented with upright folded edges. It adds terrific texture to shade gardens and combination container plantings. Widely flared, tubular, light lavender flowers are produced in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Joy Ride'

Hosta 'June'

Hosta
Medium size selection featuring blue-green foliage with irregularly shaped creamy gold centers. Pale bluish-lavender flowers appear in July and August. Needs some sunlight to develop the best color. Good leaf substance. Slug resistant. American Hosta Growers' Association 2001 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'June'

Hosta 'Key West'

Hosta
Intense gold, smooth, heart shaped leaves adorn this very large hosta. Bright filtered shade draws out the most intense gold coloration. Lavender flowers are produced in early summer. Fast grower.
Hosta 'Key West'

Hosta 'Komodo Dragon'

Hosta
A giant hosta that forms a cascading mound. Large, dark green leaves with loosely rippled margins on long petioles. Light lavender, tubular flowers are held just above the foliage in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Komodo Dragon'

Hosta 'Liberty'

Hosta
Sport of H. 'Sagae'. Blue-green leaves have wide, dramatically streaked, yellow margins which fade to creamy-white later in the season. They are of much heavier substance, providing greater slug resistance. Lavender flowers appear on 40 inch scapes from early to midsummer. 2012 Hosta of the year.
Hosta 'Liberty'

Hosta 'Loyalist'

Hosta
A sport of the famous H. 'Patriot' with reverse variegation; leaves have deep green margins and nearly pure white centers that are not prone to melting out. Leaves have heavy substance. Pale lavender flowers are borne upon 20 inch tall, creamy-white scapes in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Loyalist'

Hosta 'Maui Buttercups'

Hosta
One of the very best small, yellow hostas. Bright gold, 5", rounded leaves are deeply cupped and corrugated. They are of heavy substance and demonstrate good slug resistance. Near white flowers appear on 18" scapes in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Maui Buttercups'

Hosta 'Mighty Mouse'

Hosta
This small but mighty hosta is a variegated sport of the award winning Hosta 'Blue Mouse Ears'. In spring, the rounded leaves of heavy substance are blue-green with a bright creamy yellow margin. By summer, the leaves transition to grey-green with a creamy white margin. Incredible substance. Lavender flowers on perfectly proportioned scapes appear in early summer. This small hosta makes a perfect addition to troughs or other patio containers with good winter drainage. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Mighty Mouse'

Hosta 'Mini Skirt'

Hosta
This petite and flirty hosta forms a miniature mound of very wavy, thick, blue-green leaves with creamy yellow margins in spring. In summer, the center turns more green and the edge lightens to creamy white. Pale lavender flowers with deeper purple stripes appear closely packed together on short, very proportionately sized scapes in early to midsummer. Show this cute mini hosta off in troughs and other patio containers with good drainage, or plant it right near the edge of the border where it's sure to be seen.
Hosta 'Mini Skirt'

Hosta 'Minuteman'

Hosta
Medium size selection featuring very dark green, slightly cupped foliage with a pure white margin. Foliage has good substance which provides some slug resistance. Lavender flowers in June and July. Sport of H. 'Francee'.
Hosta 'Minuteman'

Hosta 'Munchkin Fire'

Hosta
This vigorou yellow miniature hosta is the perfect size for troughs and the ever-popular fairy gardens. Short and narrow leaves hold their bright yellow color all season long. Since the leaves are so narrow, there isn’t a prominent leaf base, and the leaves simply taper to become part of the petiole. Lavender flowers appear above the petite habit in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Munchkin Fire'

Hosta 'Neptune'

Hosta
In spring, the narrow wedge-shaped leaves are bright glaucous blue and they hold their color well. As the season progresses they turn more blue-green. The heavily rippled leaves are of good substance, displaying some slug resistance. This hosta has a lovely cascading form that is displayed to best effect when planted on a ledge or in a container. Lavender flowers are produced on arching scapes in late summer to early fall.
Hosta 'Neptune'

Hosta 'Northern Exposure'

Hosta
Huge 13", broadly ovate leaves are blue-green with 2" wide, yellow-green margins that lighten to cream in summer. Leaves are corrugated and of thick substance, making them slug-resistant. White, tubular flowers appear on 42" scapes in early to midsummer, followed by seed pods. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Northern Exposure'

Hosta 'Old Glory'

Hosta
Heart-shaped leaves have golden yellow centers and irregular, 1 inch wide, dark green margins.Light lavender flowers appear on 24 inch scapes in midsummer.
Hosta 'Old Glory'

Hosta 'Pandora's Box'

Hosta
A pocket-sized hosta for the collector. 2 inch long leaves have blue-green margins, white centers, and green streaking between the blue and white areas.Lavender, bell-shaped flowers appear on 10-12 inch scapes in early summer. A sport of H. 'Baby Bunting'
Hosta 'Pandora's Box'

Hosta 'Paradigm'

Hosta
Hosta 'Paradigm'

Hosta 'Patriot'

Hosta
Medium size selection featuring slightly wavy, dark green foliage with wide white margins. Lavender flowers appear in July and August. Great heat and sun tolerance. Variegation remains fresh until frost. Really stands out in the garden. American Hosta Growers' Association 1997 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Patriot'

Hosta 'Pocketfull of Sunshine'

This cute small hosta grows quickly to form a compact clump of thick, rugose, distinctly cupped leaves that are yellow with broad, deep green margins at maturity. The centers of the leaves are chartreuse in spring and brighten as the season progresses. Light lavender flowers are produced in early to midsummer.
Hosta 'Pocketfull of Sunshine'

Hosta 'Prairie Moon'

Hosta
This medium sized hosta is revered by the breeder for its glowing yellow foliage that keeps its color all season long. Unlike many yellow hostas which either start out green in spring or turn green in summer, this one retains its yellow foliage from start to finish. In the springtime, it has thick, wedge-shaped, bright yellow leaves with lightly wavy margins, white backs, and petioles that are flecked with red spots at the base. As the season progresses, the yellow color mellows a bit but it remains distinctly yellow all season. Chartreuse scapes carry pale lavender, bell-shaped flowers on 19" scapes in late summer. Plant this hosta in part shade to draw out its yellow coloring. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Prairie Moon'

Hosta 'Prairie Sky'

Hosta
Hosta 'Prairie Sky'

Hosta 'Prairie's Edge'

Hosta
Gardeners will admire the brilliant yellow centers of this sport of ‘Prairie Fire’, with the centers holding its yellow color well into fall. Very dark green leaf margins measure 1.5-2” wide, framing the bright centers for a brilliant display. Light green colorations appears where the margin and the centers overlap. Lavender flowers appear in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Prairie's Edge'

Hosta 'Praying Hands'

Hosta
Upright, narrow, tightly folded leaves resemble hands folded in prayer. Dark green leaves are heavily rippled with very narrow, gold margins. Leaves have a matte finish above but are folded, revealing their shiny undersides. Lavender flowers on 18" scapes are abundant in late summer. Slug resistant. 2011 Hosta of the year.
Hosta 'Praying Hands'

Hosta 'Rainbow's End'

Hosta
This unique hosta exhibits incredibly variegated, shiny foliage. The bright yellow leaves of good substance have dark green margins that jet into the center, and the center brightens to creamy white in summer. It forms a medium sized mound of attractive foliage in the landscape. In late summer, showy red scapes (16-19" tall) carry the dark lavender, tubular flowers. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Rainbow's End'

Hosta 'Rainforest Sunrise'

Hosta
Leaves are solid light green when they emerge, then quickly develop dramatic dark green borders and radiant gold centers. They are thick and glossy, holding up well all season, and are also slug resistant. Light lavender flowers are produced on 24 inch scapes in midsummer. A sport of H. 'Maui Buttercups'. This premium hosta variety is part of a group of the finest hostas available today. Members of this collection were evaluated and selected by a group of specialty hosta growers in zones 4-7. They must also exhibit exemplary garden presence and performance, have a long season of appeal in the landscape, have leaves of good substance, and demonstrate a greater resistance to common garden pests.
Hosta 'Rainforest Sunrise'

Hosta 'Regal Splendor'

Hosta
Medium size selection features long, frosty blue leaves with creamy white margins. Upright, vase-shaped habit. Lavender flowers on 60" scapes in July and August. Slug resistant. A sport of 'Krossa Regal'. American Hosta Growers' Association 2003 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Regal Splendor'

Hosta 'Royal Standard'

Hosta
Large size selection with wavy, glossy green leaves are 8" long and 6" wide. Very fragrant white flowers appear in July and August. Sun and drought tolerant. White flowers are quite striking during moonlit evenings. Forms a vase-shaped clump. Tolerates some drought and a good bit of sun.
Hosta 'Royal Standard'

Hosta 'Royal Wedding'

Hosta
Medium sized hosta grows quickly to form an upright mound of thick, shiny green leaves with very wide, creamy white margins which brighten to pure white. Pure white flowers in mid to late summer are 3-4"and sweetly perfumed. Be sure to plant it near a patio or pathway where its fragrance can be enjoyed up close. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Royal Wedding'

Hosta 'Sagae (syn fluctuans Variegated)'

Hosta
Foliage with heavy substance, frosty green centers and broad, creamy yellow edges. Heart-shaped leaves with wavy edges are 12" long and 10" wide. Upright, vase-shaped habit. Pale lavender blooms. American Hosta Growers' Association 2000 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Sagae (syn fluctuans Variegated)'

Hosta 'Seducer'

Hosta
Large sized hosta with broadly, ovate leaves. Foliage is dark green with a slightly ruffled, gold margin and a trace of white between the center and margin. The white coloring needs the summer heat to develop. Near-white, tubular flowers are produced from late summer through early fall. PROVEN WINNER.
Hosta 'Seducer'

Hosta 'Stained Glass'

Hosta
Large size selection has huge 10.5 inch long brilliant gold leaves with dark green margins. Large fragrant lavender flowers on tall scapes bloom July and August. A sport of 'Guacamole'. American Hosta Growers' Association 2006 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Stained Glass'

Hosta 'Striptease'

Hosta
A sport of 'Gold Standard' with wide green margins and a narrow band of gold in the center of each leaf. Leaves are 8" long and 6" wide. American Hosta Growers' Association 2005 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Striptease'

Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

Hosta
One of the largest Hostas available. Huge glossy leaves are thick-textured giving them good slug and deer resistance. Leaf color varies with light conditions from light green to chartreuse to gold. Pale lavender flowers on tall scapes in July and August. More sun tolerant than most hostas. American Hosta Growers' Association 2004 Hosta of the Year.
Hosta 'Sum and Substance'

Hosta 'Twilight'

Hosta
A sport of H. fortunei 'Aureomarginata' with wider gold margins, good substance and larger leaves.
Hosta 'Twilight'

Hosta 'Victory'

Hosta
2015 American Hosta Growers Hosta of the Year! A mature specimen of the giant Hosta ‘Victory’ is a triumphant accomplishment and commands attention in the landscape. Be sure to start this one early to give it plenty of time to mature. Though it has a good growth rate, like most giant hostas it takes some years to develop the huge leaves and distinctive variegation that makes it so special. Shiny green leaves of good substance display yellow margins which lighten to pale yellow. The foliage is somewhat upright early in the season, forming a broad spreading mound as the season progresses. Light lavender flowers appear on very long, sideways arching scapes in early to midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Victory'

Hosta 'Vulcan'

Hosta
‘Vulcan’ is a vigorous, white-centered sport of ‘Captain Kirk’. We are very impressed with its excellent growth rate and light colored center that does not melt out. Contrasting dark green margins and lighter yellow coloring jet towards the white center of each broad, heart-shaped leaf. White scapes carry the light lavender flowers just above the foliage in mid to late summer.
Hosta 'Vulcan'

Hosta 'Wheee!'

Hosta
Playful ruffled green foliage has a cream margin from the tip to the petiole. Foliage has a heavy substance and is slug resistant. Lavender flowers bloom in mid summer.
Hosta 'Wheee!'

Hosta 'Wide Brim'

Hosta
Medium size selection featuring dark green, textured leaves with wide, buttery yellow margins. Leaves are 7" long and 5" wide. Pale lavender to white flowers in July and August. A classic hosta.
Hosta 'Wide Brim'

Hosta 'Wishing Well'

Hosta
Large hosta is prized for holding its blue color long into the season, even when planted in 2/3 day of sun. Its huge leaves emerge slowly, exhibiting a unique cupped, rippled, corrugated texture. They unfold slowly as they mature. Since they are of thick substance, the leaves are more slug resistant. This large hosta has a good growth rate compared to some other large blues. Near-white flowers begin to appear in midsummer and last into late summer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Wishing Well'

Hosta 'Wolverine'

Hosta
Blue-green foliage with wide, gold margins.The wavy, tapering leaves can measure 10" long. Quickly forms a dense, mound with a cascading habit. Lavender flowers appear on 20" scapes in late summer. This hosta will catch your eye from quite a distance. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Wolverine'

Hosta 'Yankee Blue'

Hosta
This vigorously growing blue hosta forms a full, symmetrical, wide mound that really makes a statement in the landscape. The elongated wedge-shaped leaves with wavy margins hold their blue color well into summer, eventually turning blue-green late in the season. Near-white flowers top the clump in midsummer. Hostas are exceedingly popular perennials in today's gardens due to their versatility in the landscape. Their subtle colors, tall flower scapes, and broad, coarse leaves fill a niche in garden designs that few other plants can achieve. Their large leaves provide excellent coverage for dying bulb foliage. Hostas also grow well in city environments where the air may be polluted by car exhaust, etc.
Hosta 'Yankee Blue'

Hydrangea arborescens

Hydrangea
Hydrangea arborescens

Hypericum calycinum

St. John'S Wort
Low, creeping woody shrub with rich green foliage. Large, bright yellow flowers with numerous, bushy stamens cover the plant in July and August. Spread by underground stems. Tolerates poor soils.
Hypericum calycinum
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