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2013

   Echinacea ‘Piccolino’ PP# 23,348
    Echinacea 'Piccolino'
   Echinacea ‘Piccolino’ PP# 23,348
   A fully double, re-blooming pink beauty that only grows 8-12 inches tall.
   Usually in-store by the 4th Week of May.

 

   Heuchera ‘Paprika’ PPAF
    Heuchera 'Paprika'
   Heuchera ‘Paprika’ PPAF
   A terrific, seasons-long perennial with fantastic changing leaf colors from late spring through autumn.
   Usually in-store by the 1st Week of May.

 

   Knautia ‘Thunder & Lightning’ PP# 21,347
    Knautia 'Thunder and Lightning'
   Knautia ‘Thunder & Lightning’ PP# 21,347
   An exciting, new, variegated perennial with longlasting and rich, raspberry red flowers.
   Usually in-store by the 4th Week of April.

 

   Leucanthemum ‘Ice Star’
    Leucanthemum 'Ice Star'
   Leucanthemum ‘Ice Star’
   An exciting new Shasta daisy with gorgeous, pure white, double blooms.
   Usually in-store by the 3rd Week of May.

 

   Pennisetum ‘Burgundy Bunny’ PP# 21,917
    Pennisetum 'Burgundy Bunny'
   Pennisetum ‘Burgundy Bunny’ PP# 21,917
   A nifty, little, dwarf fountain grass with pronounced red foliage accents and color.
   Usually in-store by the 2nd Week of May.

 

2012

   Dianthus ‘Candy Floss’ ™
    Dianthus 'Candy Floss'
   Dianthus ‘Candy Floss’ ™ PP# 15,903
   A beautiful, compact growing perennial with lots of dainty, double carnation flowers.
   Usually in-store Early to Mid April.

 

   Dicentra spectabilis ‘Valentine’ ™ PPAF
    Dicentra 'Valentine'
   Dicentra spectabilis ‘Valentine’ ™ PPAF
   An exciting new variety of the highly reliable and much loved, old fashioned bleeding heart.
   Usually in-store Mid April.

 

   Heuchera ‘Berry Smoothie’ ™
    Heuchera 'Berry Smoothie'
   Heuchera ‘Berry Smoothie’ PP# 21,871
   A terrific, season-long perennial with ever changing leaf colors that start out rose pink in spring and darken with age to purple-pink.
   Usually in-store Early to Mid April.

 

   Kniphofia ‘Papaya Popsicle’ ™ PP# 22,915
    Kniphofia 'Papaya Popsicle'
   Kniphofia ‘Papaya Popsicle’ ™ PP# 22,915
   A prolific blooming, compact, red hot poker that bears lots and lots of papaya colored flower spikes from early summer to late autumn.
   Usually in-store June.

 

   Echinacea ‘Gum Drop’ PP# 22,132
    Echinacea 'Gum Drop'
   Echinacea ‘Gum Drop’ PP# 22,132
   A delectable new coneflower with fragrant, bright pink, pom pom blooms on sturdy stems in summer.
   Usually in-store June.

 

   Lavandula Aromatico™ Blue
    Lavandula Aromatico Blue
   Lavandula Aromatico™ Blue PP# 15,903
   a beautiful, compact growing perennial with lots of dainty, double carnation flowers.
   Usually in-store Early June.

 

   Rudbeckia ‘Little Goldstar’ PP# 22,397
    Rudbeckia 'Little Goldstar'
   Rudbeckia ‘Little Goldstar’ PP# 22,397
   An award winning new dwarf selection of the ever popular native perennial Black-Eyed Susan.
   Usually in-store Mid June.

 

 

2011

   Syringa ‘Red Pixie’
   Syringa 

'Red Pixie'
   Syringa ‘Red Pixie’
   Dark, reddish purple blooms soften to a pale pink in spring on this compact selection.
   Usually in-store beginning Early to Mid April.

 

   Dicentra ‘Gold Heart’ PP#16,069
   Dicentra 'Gold Heart'
   Dicentra ‘Gold Heart’
   Golden-leaved form of the common bleeding heart bears pink, heart shaped flowers in spring.
   Usually in-store beginning mid to late April.

 

   Hakonechloa ‘Fubuki’ PP#21,757
   Hakonechloa Fubuki
   Hakonechloa ‘Fubuki’
   Fubuki, Japanese for Snow Storm, bears gorgeous white and green variegated foliage and in fall the leaves are tinged with pink.
   Usually in-store beginning mid to late April.

 

   Clematis ‘Parisienne’™ PP#16,069
   Clematis Parisienne
   Clematis ‘Parisienne’
   Long blooming, compact variety with soft, violet-blue, wavy edge flowers accented by red anthers.
   Usually in-store beginning early May.

 

   Artemisia ‘Valerie Finnis’™
   Artemisia 'Valerie Finnis'
   Artemisia ‘Valerie Finnis’
   Soft, silvery white, lance shaped leaves cover this attractive, compact variety, yellow flowers.
   Usually in-store beginning mid May.

 

   Panicum ‘Ruby Ribbons’ PP#17,944
   Panicum 'Ruby Ribbons'
   Panicum ‘Ruby Ribbons’
   Blue-grey foliage in spring starts to turn from midsummer into autumn shades of ruby-red for a stunning display.
   Usually in-store beginning mid to late May.

 

   Leucanthemum ‘Banana Cream’ PPAF
   Leucanthemum 'Banana Cream'
   Leucanthemum ‘Banana Cream’
   Long blooming variety with large, banana yellow, semi-double flowers accenting this compact variety in summer.
   Usually in-store beginning mid to late May.

 

   Echinacea ‘Mistral’ PP# 20,498
   Echinacea 'Mistral'
   Echinacea ‘Mistral’
   Compact variety bearing abundant, pink flowers with drooping petals.
   Usually in-store beginning late May to early June.

 

 

2010

   Dicentra ‘Burning Hearts’ PPAF - Your Heart's Desire
   Dicentra 

'Burning Hearts'
   Dicentra ‘Burning Hearts’
   Compared to other bleeding hearts, Dicentra ‘Burning Hearts’ is simply outstanding. The powdery, blue-gray, fern-like foliage is deeper and more intensely colored than any other bleeding heart variety we have trialed.

        (Includes video).

 

   Schizachyrium ‘Carousel’ PPAF - Little Bluestem - Big Results
   Schizachyrium 

'Carousel'
   Schizachyrium ‘Carousel’
   This is an exciting, new, gorgeous, ornamental grass that has stiff, upright, blue-green foliage in the early summer, changing over to tones of wheat, copper, and burnished orange-red in late summer and autumn.

        (Includes video).

 

   Ajuga ‘Black Scallop’ - A dark, dusky beauty from England
   Ajuga 'Black 

Scallop'
   Ajuga ‘Black Scallop’
   This is a hardy Zone 4 plant that requires very little care and upkeep. It forms a dense mat of foliage in sumptuous shades of dark purple and midnight black.

        (Includes video).

 

   Veronica ‘Giles Van Hees’ - Cheery little perennial
   Veronica 'Giles 

Van Hees'
   Veronica ‘Giles Van Hees’
   This choice, little perennial produces masses of bright pink flower spikes prominently displayed above low clumps of luxuriant, light green foliage.

        (Includes video).

 

   Hosta ‘Touch of Class’ PP#13,080 - The wonders of science
   Hosta 'Touch of 

Class'
   Hosta ‘Touch of Class’
   The first of a series of intentional varieties with double the number of chromosomes, it rightly deserves a cherished place in every garden.

        (Includes video).

 

 

   Dianthus ‘Raspberry Surprise’ PP#16,029 - Semi-double, mini carnation flowers
   Dianthus 

'Raspberry Surprise'
   Dianthus ‘Raspberry Surprise’
   Bred for their rich, delectable fragrance, each little blossom sports a dark raspberry center reminiscent of the old fashioned garden pinks.

        (Includes video).

 

 

   Aquilegia ‘Winky Double Blue & White’ - Semi-double, mini carnation flowers
   Aquilegia 'Winky Double Blue & White'
   Aquilegia ‘Winky Double Blue & White’
   Here's a columbine with upward-facing, double blue and white flowers carried on short, sturdy stems above mounds of attractive green foliage.

        (Includes video).

 

 

   Clematis Crystal Fountain™ Evipo038 (PPAF) - A flower of extraordinary beauty
   Clematis 

Crystal Fountain
   Clematis Crystal Fountain
   This is a marvelous, compact growing vine that is covered with multitudes of amazing double flowers. There's a bunch of features packed into a small space.

        (Includes video).

 

 

   Chamaecyparis ‘Oregon Blue’
   Chamaecyparis Oregon Blue
   Chamaecyparis ‘Oregon Blue’
   Growing as a pyramidal shaped evergreen with weeping branch tips, the attractive outline of Chamaecyparis ‘Oregon Blue’ glistens throughout the seasons with sprays of lacy-textured, silvery-blue foliage.

        (Includes video).

 

 

2009

   Veronica ‘Purpleicious’ PP#17,639 - A marvelous perennial speedwell with sensational purple flowers.
    Veronica 'Purpleicious'
   Veronica ‘Purpleicious’
   The darkest flowered form of spiked speedwell we have ever seen. The densely packed spikes are displayed beautifully above luxuriant, dark green glossy foliage.

         (Includes image gallery).

 

   Echinacea ‘Tiki Torch’ PP#18,839 - A breathtaking new coneflower, with large glowing orange flowers on sturdy, upright stems.
    Echinacea 'Tiki Torch'
   Echinacea ‘Tiki Torch’
   It's stunning color, big bold blossoms, bushy habit, and strong vigorous growth combine to make this one of the best new coneflowers we have ever tested.

        (Includes video).

 

   Phlox ‘Peppermint Twist’ PP#18,196 - An exciting new dwarf garden phlox with amazing, candy striped flowers.
    Phlox 'Peppermint Twist'
   Phlox ‘Peppermint Twist’
   The first blooms appear in early to mid-summer and are displayed prominently above the short, compact growing, mild green foliage. That's one of the things that make this variety so outstanding.

        (Includes audio).

 

   Dicentra ‘Candy Hearts’ PP#14,692 - Great color, year after year
    Dicentra 'Candy Hearts'
   Dicentra ‘Candy Hearts’
   ‘Candy Hearts’ has improved vigor, larger and more fragrant flowers, and quicker establishment.

           (Includes audio and video).

 

   Salvia ‘Eveline’ PP#14,905 - A delightful, early flowering and easy-to-care-for perennial with masses of bright pink blooms.
    Salvia 'Eveline'
   Salvia ‘Eveline’
   This gorgeous, lavender-pink, ornamental sage really brings the early garden scene alive as much as 4 weeks earlier than most of the more familiar kinds.

            (Includes audio and image gallery).

 

   Sedum rupestre ‘Angelina’ - A terrific easy to grow, ground covering perennial that forms low spreading mats of bright golden yellow foliage.
    Sedum 'Angelina'
   Sedum reupestre ‘Angelina’
   Evergreen, quick to establish and easy to look after, Sedum ‘Angelina’ is a tough little Stonecrop with soft needle-like succulent leaves that start out lime green in early spring, and goes through multiple color changes the rest of the year.

           (Includes audio and video).

 

   Sorbaria sorbifolia ‘Sem’ PP#16,336 - A small, compact growing shrub, featuring terrific, colorful, young growth in spring and early summer.
    Sorbaria 'Sem'
   Sorbaria ‘Sem’
   From the moment the first buds open in early spring until the leaves turn yellow in autumn, Sorbaria ‘Sem’ will be gracing your garden scene, providing an extraordinary long period of ever changing color.  

        (Includes video).

 

 

2008

   Geum ‘Mango Lassi’ - A sweet new perennial with warm sensuous color
    Geum 'Mango Lassi'
   Geum ‘Mango Lassi’
   With its rich, radiant color tones, and bright green, textured foliage, this is the perfect plant to add vibrant sizzle to your garden display.  

 

   Clematis ‘Daniel Deronda’ - RHS Award winner with huge, richly colored blooms
    Clematis 'Daniel 

Deronda'
   Clematis ‘Daniel Deronda’
   A strong growing plant with very large, wide semi-double or single flowers in early summer, and smaller single flowers mid-to-late summer, produced in good numbers.  

 

   Hakonechloa ‘All Gold’ - A charming, all gold version of the most elegant hardy ornamental grass
    Hakonechloa 'All 

Gold'
   Hakonechloa ‘All Gold’
   This gorgeous beauty lights up semi-shady places with arching blades of soft, golden-yellow foliage that pokes through the ground in spring and lasts through the entire growing season until late autumn and early winter.  

 

   Veronica ‘Goldwell’ PP#17,423 - A sensational low- spreading speedwell combining marvelous, long-lasting foliage color with gorgeous flowers.
    Veronica 'Goldwell'
   Veronica ‘Goldwell’
   What a combination! A free flowering perennial with lots and lots of sparkling blue blossoms with white eyes on petite spikes, produced above bushy carpets of variegated vegetation.  

 

   Echinacea ‘Pink Double Delight’ PPAF PVR - A tremendous new pom-pom shaped coneflower.
    Echinacea 

'Pink Double Delight'
   Echinacea ‘Pink Double Delight’
   Here are 10 reasons to love Echinacea ‘Pink Double Delight’....  

 

   Lychnis ‘Rolly's Favorite’ PP# 17,392 - A Future Plants introduction.
    Lychnis 'Rolly's 

Favorite'
   Lychnis ‘Rolly's Favorite’
   This introduction from The Netherlands is one of the most prolific flowering early season perennials we have ever had on trial.  

 

   Heuchera ‘Peach Flambe’ PP# 17,195 - Long Lasting foliage color.
    Heuchera 'Peach 

Flambe'
   Heuchera ‘Peach Flambe’
   Spectacular and long lasting foliage color with the dependability and durability of these time tested native perennials.  

 

   Mukdenia rossii ‘Crimson Fans’ - An unusual, slow spreading groundcover with sensational foliage color.
    Mukdenia rossii 

'Crimson Fans'
   Mukdenia rossii ‘Crimson Fans’
   An unusual and distinctive looking perennial that slowly forms a low spreading clump of highly colorful foliage.  

 

 

2007

   Campanula ‘Blue Waterfall’ - A bubbly splash of beautiful color
    Campanula 'Blue Waterfall'
   Campanula ‘Blue Waterfall’
   This easy to grow (and to care for) performer floods garden areas with long lasting, cascading, low spreading mounds of refreshing color.  

   Chamaecyparis ‘Vintage Gold’ - A marvelous, compact growing evergreen
    Chamaecyparis 'Vintage Gold'
   Chamaecyparis ‘Vintage Gold’
   Like a fine wine, this marvelous, compact growing evergreen just gets better and better as it ages.  

   Dianthus ‘Rosish One’ - A rich tapestry of color
    Chamaecyparis 'Vintage Gold'
   Dianthus ‘Rosish One’
   Stunning, velvety flowers, sumptuous fragrance, repeat blooming ability, and easy to care for nature makes this a "must have" little perennial that need to find a place for in your garden.  

   (Includes audio).

   Gaillardia ‘Oranges & Lemons’ - A zesty new Blanketflower
    Gaillardia 'Oranges & Lemons'
   Gaillardia ‘Oranges & Lemons’
   This exciting new blanketflower uniquely combines a breakthrough in color with an abundance of longer lasting blooms.  

   Heuchera ‘Frosted Violet’ - A luxurious tapestry of exotic and ever changing foliar patterns
    Heuchera 'Frosted Violet'
   Heuchera ‘Frosted Violet’
   This no shrinking violet. It produces sumptuous mounds of pinkish-purple and violet tinted leaves. It is very long lasting, easy to look after and is constantly changing.  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Heuchera 'Frosted Violet' on the April 29, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

   Hosta ‘Paradigm’ - A "model" perennial
    Hosta 

'Paradigm'
   Hosta ‘Paradigm’
   This highly valued Gold Medal™ member of our Garden Splendor® line-up was selected Hosta of the Year for 2007 by the American Hosta Growers Association.  

   Lonicera periclymenum ‘Serotina’ - Putting the "honey" into honeysuckle
    Lonicera 'Serotina'
   Lonicera periclymenum ‘Serotina’
   Beloved by Europeans for centuries and enjoyed by countless gardeners, this compact growing and dependable garden performer impresses, enchants, and enthralls.  

   Phlox ‘Junior Bouquet’ - A newcomer that's at the top of its class
    Phlox 'Junior Bouquet'
   Phlox ‘Junior Bouquet’
   A striking, summer flowering perennial that produces lots of large, rounded clusters of fragrant, pretty pink flowers.  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Phlox "Junior Bouquet" on the March 11, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

   Salix integra ‘Flamingo’ - A flamingo you will be proud to have in your garden
    Salix integra 'Flamingo'
   Salix integra ‘Flamingo’
   You are guaranteed to enjoy seeing this Flamingo in your garden!  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Salix 'Flamingo' on the April 22, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

   Phlox ‘Junior Bouquet’ - A newcomer that's at the top of its class
    Phlox 'Junior Bouquet'
   Phlox ‘Junior Bouquet’
   A striking, summer flowering perennial that produces lots of large, rounded clusters of fragrant, pretty pink flowers.  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Phlox "Junior Bouquet" on the March 11, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

   Sedum ‘Autumn Charm’ - A stunning Stonecrop, from Spring to Winter
    Sedum 'Autumn Charm'
   Sedum ‘Autumn Charm’
   This recent addition to our Garden Splendor® line-up takes the reliability, popularity, and trusted pedigree of Sedum 'Autumn Joy' and enhances its attraction to create a thrilling new variety.  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Sedum "Autumn Charm" on the March 4, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

   Sedum cauticola ‘Lidakense’ - A tough little stonecrop offering Summer beauty
    Sedum 'Lidakense'
   Sedum ‘Lidakense’
   Here's a tough little stonecrop that forms gorgeous cushions of purple-edged, blue-gray foliage and sports lots of starry pink flowers in mid to late summer.  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Sedum 'Lidakense' on the March 18, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

   Yucca ‘Color Guard’ - A parade of color year-round
    Yucca 'Color Guard'
   Yucca ‘Color Guard’
   This fabulous selection is easily the best form we have ever grown.  

   (Includes audio of Paul Parent and David Wilson as they discussed Yucca ‘Color Guard’ on the April 1, 2007 "The Paul Parent Garden Club" radio show).

 

 

2006

   Heliopsis ‘Loraine Sunshine’ - A beacon of sunshine
    Heliopsis 'Loraine Sunshine' 

series
   Volume 3, Issue 6 [July 1, 2006]
   Heliopsis ‘Loraine Sunshine’ is an incredible garden plant. And the story behind fantastic plant is one filled with joy and delight, chance and tragedy, and tender memories of a fine lady who truly loved her garden.  

   Echinacea ‘Big Sky’™ series - A new horizon of colorful reliability
   Echinacea 'Harvest Moon'    Echinacea 'Sundown'    Echinacea 

'Sunset'    Echinacea 'Twilight'
   Volume 3, Issue 5 [June 15, 2006]
   The wonderful world of coneflowers has taken a big step forward this year with the latest releases from the Big Sky™ series of hybrid echinaceas.  

   Helenium ‘Mardi Gras’ - A Helen's Flower with real festive flair
    Helenium 'Mardi Gras' series
   Volume 3, Issue 4 [June 1, 2006]
   Like the carnival for which it is so aptly named, Helenium ‘Mardi Gras’ conveys a sense of gaiety that is certain to “dress up” even the dullest border.  

   Clematis ‘Vyvyan Pennell’ - A new generation of columbines
    Clematis 'Vyvyan Pennell' series
   Volume 3, Issue 3 [May 25, 2006]
   Clematis is sometimes referred to as the “Queen of the Vines”. Well this majestic variety, Clematis ‘Vyvyan Pennell’, stands head and shoulders above her peers for the following reasons . . .  

   Aquilegia ‘Clementine’ series - A new generation of columbines
    Aquilegia 'Clementine' 

series
   Volume 3, Issue 2 [May 11, 2006]
   Gone are the days of the tall, lanky columbines that leaned out from the back of beds to display their downward facing flowers. In the Clementine series, we have short, bushy, compact plants with masses of double and semi-double, upward facing flowers.  

   Forsythia ‘Kumson’ - A new forsythia with season long color
    Forsythia 'Kumson'
   Volume 3, Issue 1 [April 13, 2006]
   Of all the Forsythia we offer the most unusual and unique must be Forsythia ‘Kumson’ . . . it takes the ornamental value of forsythias into a whole new season long era of color.  

 

 

2005

   Ilex ‘Red Beauty’ - New Holly is the “Berriest”
    Ilex 'Red Beauty'
   Volume 2, Issue 1 [April 1, 2005]
   From the inspired hybridizing hands of Dr. Elwin Orton of Rutgers University (New Brunswick, New Jersey) comes this exquisite new holly hybrid.  

   Viola ‘Etain’ - A Legendary Beauty that surpasses all others
    Viola 'Etain'
   Volume 2, Issue 2 [April 21, 2005]
   Etain (pronounced e-tane) is a fashionable girl's name in Ireland. The name comes from Celtic mythology and means "shining one"....  

   Veronica ‘Royal Candles’ - Cheerful Columns of Color
    Veronica 'Royal Candles'
   Volume 2, Issue 3 [May 5, 2005]
   I first heard about this exquisite plant around 4 years ago. A gardening friend in England was raving about it. She had it in her garden and was waxing lyrically about the neat, compact habit, myriads of striking blue flowers, improved disease resistance, and it’s easy to care benefits.  

   Astilbe ‘Spinnell’ - An Outsanding Garden Gem
    Astilbe 'Spinell'
   Volume 2, Issue 4 [May 26, 2005]
   This variety is nice and vigorous, yet compact and bushy. The lacy foliage is pretty, even when the plants are not in bloom. In spring, the new growth sports rich mahogany tints, forming a perfect base to display the developing flower spikes.  

   Ligularia ‘Britt-Marie Crawford’ - A Bonnie Beauty
    Ligularia 'Britt-Marie Crawford'
   Volume 2, Issue 5 [June 16, 2005]
   Ligularia denata, the parent species, grows in forest clearings and mountain meadows in Japan and China. But the story of this beauty’s birth starts with a vivacious, young Swedish woman who went to Australia to study medicine.  

   Hosta ‘Paul's Glory’ - A Glorious Perennial
    Hosta 'Paul's Glory'
   Volume 2, Issue 6 [June 30, 2005]
   You'd think a plant this good must have been the result of a long, intensive breeding campaign. Well, in fact, it occurred as a chance mutation in a field of hostas grown by Paul Hofer of Antioch Farms (Perry, Ohio).  

 

 

2004

   Salvia ‘Blue Hill’
   Salvia 'Blue 

Hill'
   Volume 1, Issue 1 [May 5, 2004]
   Just like Salvia ‘May Night’, its dark violet-purple flowered relative, Salvia ‘Blue Hill’ combines perfectly with annuals of all sorts as well as other perennials and shrubs.  

   Scabiosa ‘Butterfly Blue’ - Blooming And Raring To Go!
   Scabiosa 

'Butterfly Blue'
   Volume 1, Issue 2 [May 19, 2004]
   At the end of this article, I show you a simple way to use Scabiosa ‘Butterfly Blue’ in combination to provide lots of color from now until autumn.  

   Coreopsis ‘Moonbeam’ - An Outstanding Performer, with an extra dimension
    Coreopsis 'Moonbeam'
   Volume 1, Issue 3 [June 9, 2004]
   When it comes to recommending perennials for your garden it is hard to think of anything that is more reliable, more versatile, more effective and easier to grow than this very showy little plant.  

   Rudbeckia ‘Goldsturm’ - A Black-Eyed Susan to Sing About!
    Rudbeckia 'Goldsturm'
   Volume 1, Issue 4 [June 30, 2004]
   The entire plant is literally covered with deep golden yellow flowers. In fact, there are often so many flowers at times that it is almost impossible to see the leaves!  

   Phlox ‘David’ - A Goliath Performer!
    Phlox 'David'
   Volume 1, Issue 5 [July 14, 2004]
   We may not have been able to offer this splendid variety if some volunteers at the Brandywine Conservancy, near Philadelphia, had not collected seed from open pollinated native Phlox in the Brandywine Valley's natural areas. It was the keen eye of a knowledgeable and experienced nurseryman that noticed one of the resultant seedlings.  

   Fall is for Planting
    Fall is for planting
   Volume 1, Issue 6 [September 10, 2004]
   The serious gardener knows that gardening is a year-round love affair. And no season is better for gardening than . . . Fall. I know you thought I was going to say Spring, but the truth is that Fall is important not only for the beauty of this season, but also for how it prepares us for spring.  

 

 

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