Iberis sempervirens 'Purity'
Candytuft  (Zone 3)
‘Purity’ is a compact selection growing to only 8-10". White fragrant flowers bloom in spring atop glossy foliage. It’s shorter height will mean less floppiness when blooming and ultimately less maintenance! Plants require full sun and well-drained soils, especially during winter. Shearing the spent flowers will help to invigorate the clump. Looks good growing along a wall or the front of the mixed perennial bed where its flowers and fragrance can be most enjoyed.
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Iberis sempervirens ‘Snowflake’  ('Scheneeflocke')
Candytuft  (Zone 3)
This cultivar is an improved selection of the straight species having a more compact, 8-10", less sprawling habit. ‘Snowflake' blooms in Early season with many clusters of large white flowers. The fragrant flowers last for at least several weeks. The tough, dark evergreen foliage is an attractive selling point. The flowers are shown off nicely against this dark foliage . Plants require full sun to part-shade, well-drained soil, and are heat and drought tolerant. This selection would be great in rock gardens, wall plantings, and troughs.
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Iberis sempervirens Tahoe
Candytuft  (Zone 3)

Masses of pure white flowers appear above evergreen foliage. This compact hybrid blooms about two weeks earlier than other varieties. Plants reach 8-10" tall when in flower and must be planted in full sun and well-drained soil. Tolerant of heat and drought.
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Iris cristata ‘Powder Blue Giant’
Crested Iris  (Zone 3)
A petite beauty in the woodland garden, this plant blooms with 3" pale blue flowers and golden crests. The blooms create an inviting display in the spring. Plants grow just 6-8" tall in full to part shade. It is an eastern U.S. native and an easy to grow variety.
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Iris louisiana ‘Black Gamecock’    NEW!
Louisiana Iris  (Zone 6)
Stunning, 6" wide, near-black blooms with golden throats in late spring or early summer. Plants form huge clumps of wide, green foliage. A perfect selection for an excessively wet site, 36-60”. Known for multiplying quickly when sited properly in consistently moist to boggy soil or shallow water.
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Iris sibirica ‘Butter and Sugar’
Siberian Iris  (Zone 3)
This summer flowering cultivar has bright butter-yellow falls and clear white standards. It grows to 2’ tall and adds a vertical element to the mixed border or bog garden. The flowers are also excellent for cutting. The ideal location for this plant is in full sun and moist well-drained soil.
..............Available in 1-Quart and PRO containers.

Iris sibirica ‘Caesar’s Brother’   
Siberian Iris  (Zone 3)
This is probably the most widely used and recognized siberian Iris cultivar in the trade. This excellent reliable selection has dark vivid purple blooms that are produced in Early to Mid-season. Like other siberian Iris cultivars it requires a constantly moist soil and a full sun site. The plants are great cut flowers and add a vertical element to the landscape with its narrow grass-like foliage maturing at 36".
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Iris sibirica ‘Pink Haze’
Siberian Iris (Zone 3 )
Lavender-pink blooms with white edges to the falls.  Plants reach 30-36" tall and prefer moist acidic soil in full to part sun.
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Iris sibirica ‘Ruffled Velvet’     
Siberian Iris (Zone 3)
Purple standards, with darker purple, velvety falls. Plants reach 24-30" tall and prefer moist acidic soil in full to part sun.
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Iris sibirica ‘Sparkling Rose’ 
Siberian Iris (Zone 3)
This beautiful selection has elegant lilac-pink flowers that fade to white at the stem. Flowers are held above nice, sword-like foliage in late spring and early summer. Siberian Iris are easy to grow in a wide range of soil conditions and full sun to partial shade. They make wonderful cut flowers and are also nice in mixed containers. Grows 30-36" tall.
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Iris sibirica ‘White Swirl’
Siberian Iris  (Zone 3)
This beautiful selection has large ruffled white flowers with a pale yellow throat. The flowers are held on 30" stems above the nice sword-like foliage. Siberian Iris’ are easy to grow in a wide range of soils and full sun to partial shade. They make wonderful cut flowers and are also nice in mixed containers.
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Isotoma fluviatilis (Laurentia fluviatilis)
Blue Star Creeper  (
Zone 5)
This plant is a short little groundcover reaching only 1" tall and producing tiny light-blue flowers in the early-season. Blue Star Creeper grows well in sun or shade. This would be a great selection for containers or edging in the mixed border.
...............Available in Groundcover and 1-Quart containers.
 

Kalimeris incisa ‘Blue Star’
Japanese Aster  (Zone 5)
This easy to grow dwarf selection of the underused Japanese Aster has pale-blue, daisy-like flowers that bloom throughout the summer. ‘Blue Star’ grows to 24" tall and is great for attracting butterflies to the garden. Excellent to use in cut flower arrangements. Prefers full to part sun and well-drained soil.
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Kalimeris yomena ‘Shogun’    NEW!
Japanese Aster  (Zone 5)
Creamy-yellow leaf margin that matures to white with lavender flowers that bloom on compact plants. Grows  12-18” and is great for attracting butterflies to the garden. Excellent to use in cut flower arrangements. Prefers full to part sun and well-drained soil.
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Knautia macedonica 'Mars Midget'
Knautia  (Zone 5)
This cultivar is a shorter, more compact variety than the straight species of Knautia. It still has the same deep ruby-red scabiosa like flowers on tall wiry stems. It blooms mid summer into fall and prefers full sun and good drainage. Grows 12-14" tall. It is a friendly variety that will probably self seed and visit elsewhere in your garden.
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Kniphofia 'Border Ballet'
Red Hot Poker  (Zone 5)
A shorter variety, but it still packs a punch! Blooms in shades of red, pink, yellow, and orange and flowers in mid to late summer. It is a heavy bloomer that will draw attention to any perennial border. The blooms also make good cut flowers. Plants grow to 2’ in full sun.
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Kniphofia ‘Flamenco’
Red Hot Poker  (Zone 5)
Flower spikes appear in Mid to Late-season and from top to bottom bloom, respectively, in shades of red, orange, yellow and cream! Plants grow 12-18" tall and are nice for cutting!
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Lamiastrum galeobdolon ‘Herman’s Pride’
Yellow Archangel  (Zone 4)
This perennial is a compact, upright clump forming selection of the spreading groundcover Lamiastrum galeobdolon. It has beautiful silvery-green variegated foliage with " yellow flowers. The flowers are nice, but the plants in this Genus are primarily grown for their beautifully mottled foliage. It blooms in Early season atop 12" mounded plants. This cultivar is very easy to grow requiring a part-shade to shaded area and average to dry soil. This cultivar and its parent plant both make vigorous groundcovers in dry shade.
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Lamiastrum galeobdolon ‘Variegatum’
Yellow Archangel  (Zone 4)
This perennial species is a low growing groundcover that spreads by underground stolons. It has " yellow flowers in Early season and beautiful silvery-green variegated foliage. It will form a nice dense massing in part-shade to shade. It is very easy to grow and does well in dry shade, which is usually a difficult area for perennials to thrive. It grows to 6" tall and responds well to heavy pruning if the plants become too scraggly. This makes a very utilitarian ground cover in part-shade and is a very tough grower.
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Lamium maculatum ‘Anne Greenaway’
Spotted Dead Nettle  (Zone 3)
This foliage on this striking cultivar is sure to brighten any garden! The neat green leaves have stunning gold edges and are topped with rosy mauve flowers in spring and summer. Reaching a height of 8” tall and 2’ wide it is ideal choice as ground cover for the front of the border and also in containers. Plant in part-shade and moist well-drained soil for best garden performance.
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Lamium maculatum ‘Orchid Frost’ PP11122
Spotted Dead Nettle  (Zone 5)
Attractive, orchid flowers bloom in spring and rebloom in fall on this fairly new introduction. The foliage is silver with blue-green edges and has good disease resistance. It prefers part shade to shade. It grows 4-8" tall, and can tolerate many soil conditions therefore making it a very versatile ground cover.
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Lamium maculatum ‘Pink Pewter’
Spotted Dead Nettle  (Zone 3)
What a fantastic cultivar! The clear-pink flowers and common silvery-green variegated foliage make this plant an instant eye-catcher. It seems to be a bit more resilient in term of maintaining clean unspotted foliage. This is probably one of the best varieties on the market today. It requires a part-shaded area with average to moist soil. The plants bloom in Early to Mid-season, and sporadically through the summer. If Lamiums get too scraggly and overgrown they respond well to heavy pruning and rejuvenate themselves readily. This cultivar grows to 10".
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Lamium maculatum ‘Purple Dragon’ PP15890
Spotted Dead Nettle  (Zone 4)
This newer variety has the same bright, clean foliage as other Lamiums, but the flowers are larger and a deeper shade of lavender. It grows 4-8" tall in part to full shade.
...............Available in 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.
 

Lamium maculatum 'Red Nancy'
Spotted Dead Nettle  (Zone 3)
Rosy-red flowers bloom in late spring on top of beautiful silver leaves that are lined with a green margin. Plants grow best in average to moist garden soil and part shade conditions. Grows to 8".
...............Available in Groundcover container only.

Lamium maculatum ‘White Nancy’
Spotted Dead Nettle  (Zone 3)
‘White Nancy' grows 6-8", and as the name implies, bears white flowers over the typical silvery-green variegated foliage. It requires a moist to average garden soil in part-shade. An excellent, tough groundcover capable of filling in open spaces in the garden. If it gets too open or leggy, it can be easily be pruned back quite hard to rejuvenate new clean basal foliage. Although the flowers are a bonus, Lamiums are primarily grown for their bright silvery foliage. This blooms in Early to Mid-season with some sporadic bloom through summer.
...............Available in Groundcover and 1-Quart containers.
 

Lathyrus latifolius Mix of Colors
Sweet Pea Vine  (Zone 5)
This is seed grown mix containing pink, white and red flowered plants. Sweet Peas are easy to grow in a full sun site with average soil moisture. Blooms in summer for many weeks. Grows to about 6' and needs the support of a trellis or other garden structure.
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Lavandula angustifolia ‘Blue Cushion’ PP9119
Lavender  (Zone 5)
This is a beautiful compact selection with lavender flowers (similar in color to ‘Munstead’) appearing freely throughout the summer months. ‘Blue Cushion’ grows to only 16” tall and would be excellent for a low hedge or mixed into the border or herb garden. Like all the lavenders we grow, it requires excellent winter drainage to overwinter successfully.
A Blooms of Bressingham introduction.
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Lavandula angustifolia ‘Hidcote’
Lavender  (Zone 5-6)
Lavenders are wonderful, classical English Garden plants. They have been grown throughout the years for their nicely scented sweet foliage. The foliage is used for many purposes, although mainly for fragrant oil production. Herb growers also make perfumes and potpourri from this plant. The evergreen, fragrant foliage is grayish-green in color and boasts dark purple flowers in Mid-season. ‘Hidcote' grows to 12" and has darker purple flowers than some of the other Lavender cultivars. In general, lavenders require a full sun site and excellent drainage in order to overwinter successfully.
...............Available in 3" Herb, 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.
 

Lavandula angustifolia Lavance Purple  ('Kielapro')
Lavender (Zone 5)
A new dwarf cultivar, bred to be a little shorter (10") with a compact growth habit. It flowers the first year with deep purple sepals and petals. Plants are great to use as a border with their fragrant foliage and flowers. Prefers full sun and excellent drainage, especially in the winter.
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Lavandula angustifolia ‘Munstead’
Lavender  (Zone 5-6)
‘Munstead' grows 12-18", roughly 6" taller than ‘Hidcote' and has lighter purple flowers that appear in Mid-season. Like other lavenders, this cultivar is used for oils, fragrances, and perfumes. Lavenders are good for the front of borders, massing, and as herbaceous shrubs in knot gardens and hedges. They seem to be relatively disease and pest free, except that they require excellent drainage. It is imperative to improve the drainage in a planting area to insure successful overwintering of these plants.
...............Available in 3" Herb, 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.
 

Lavandula ‘Dilly Dilly'
Lavender  (Zone 5)
‘Dilly Dilly’ is a great lavender having both attractive foliage and flowers. Large, fragrant, violet-blue flower spikes grow above clean silver-gray foliage. Plants grow 12-14" tall and require full sun with very well-drained soil, especially in winter. Flowers are touted as being extremely fragrant and great for cutting. With its' large fragrant flowers and clean foliage, this looks like a real winner!
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Lavandula x intermedia ‘Provence’
Lavender  (Zone 5-6)

A hybrid cross of common and spike lavenders that has produced what we think (and desperately hope) is a lavender suitable for Ohio winters. Some references list this as a Zone 6 plant (winter hardiness) but we have had great success with this hybrid in our Zone 5(b) garden. ‘Provence' is taller and more upright than common lavender, growing to 24" tall. The long flower spikes are borne in Mid-season and are a lighter shade of blue than the common lavender cultivars, but are still very showy in the garden. The foliage is silver-gray and very fragrant because of the high oil content of this hybrid. Its growth habit makes this an excellent choice for edging and formal hedges in the knot garden. We will update you on the continued survivability of this choice lavender!
...............Available in 3" Herb, 1-Quart, PRO and IMPACT containers.
 

Leptinella squalida ‘Platt’s Black’
Brass Buttons  (Zone 5)
A very cute little groundcover! This is a very tight growing, low to the ground plant. The evergreen leaves have a fern-like texture and are a very dark purple. Button-like flowers are borne on short stalks. Great to use in walkways, between stepping stones or just in the border. Literally grows to just 1" and can spread up to 2’. Can tolerate sun or shade.
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Leucanthemum ‘Alaska’ 
Shasta Daisy  (Zone 4)
Shasta daisies are indispensable plants for the garden. ‘Alaska' is an older excellent blooming cultivar that will grow 24-36" tall. It bears large, single, white flowers in Mid to Late-season that are wonderful for cutting.
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Leucanthemum 'Amelia'
Shasta Daisy  (Zone 4)
Large, single, white blossoms with a golden center measure 5" across! Robust plants are grown from seed so their individual heights may vary but will average 40". Flowers appear from early to late summer. 'Amelia' was given a 5-star rating by the Chicago Botanic Gardens after 7 years of trials. Only 'Amelia' and 'Becky' received such high honors!
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Leucanthemum 'Becky’
Shasta Daisy  (Zone 4)
‘Becky' is undoubtedly one of the best Shasta daisies currently in the trade. This selection is older than many of the other varieties available, but well worth trying if you haven’t already! This 36" cultivar bears large, single, sturdy blooms that hold themselves up well even in storms. ‘Becky' is a strong performer in the landscape appearing to be less prone to floppiness than other selections. This cultivar bloomed sporadically from summer into fall in our display garden, with repeated deadheading. The clean, tough foliage makes it an attractive addition to the garden. Like most other Shasta daisies it appreciates full sun and rich, well-drained soil for optimal growth. 2003 Perennial Plant Association Plant of the Year.
...............Available in 1-Quart, PRO and IMPACT containers.
 

Leucanthemum ‘Crazy Daisy’
Shasta Daisy  (Zone 4)
This is a fun new cultivar with 2-3" semi-double flowers with showy frilly petals. The flowers appear in Mid to Late-season and bloom more heavily if deadheaded throughout the season. ‘Crazy Daisy’ grows best in full sun and a rich well-drained soil. Grows to about 24" tall.
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Leucanthemum 'LaCrosse’ PPAF    NEW!
Shasta Daisy  (Zone 4)
Pure white flowers with a gold center. Petals open quilled and flatten with maturity. Very compact, 10”. Like other Shasta daisies, it benefits from periodic deadheading to promote continual bloom. They also make excellent cut flowers.
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Leucanthemum 'Polaris'
Shasta Daisy (Zone 3)
The best daisy for cutting, this cultivar boasts crisp white flowers that sometimes reach 7" in diameter. Plants themselves grow up to 48" tall with strong, robust foliage. This makes a great back or middle of the border plant. As with the others, these plants prefer sunny sites and prefer little maintenance except for deadheading which will promote more flowers through the summer.
...............Available in 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.

Leucanthemum ‘Snowcap’
Shasta Daisy  (Zone 4)
This cultivar is the result of great horticultural breeding by the most noted plantsman, Alan Bloom of England. ‘Snowcap' is probably the best dwarf selection available on the market. Its low growing 10" habit makes it more resistant to weather extremes than its taller brethren. ‘Snowcap' bears long-lasting, single, white blooms borne over a short bushy mound of dark green foliage. Like ‘Becky’, ‘Snowcap' is one of the absolute best daisy varieties available to the consumer. With periodic deadheading this variety will easily bloom on and off throughout summer into fall. Like all other daisies, ‘Snowcap' appreciates full sun, and a rich, well-drained soil. Try ‘Snowcap' if you need an awesome dwarf selection for your garden. A Blooms of Bressingham introduction.
...............Available in 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.

Liatris spicata
Gayfeather  (Zone 3)
A great native species for borders, cutting gardens, and prairie plantings. The purple flowers appear on 36" spikes in Mid-season atop fine textured foliage that is insignificant after flowering. As expected with many native prairie plants, Liatris grow best in full sun and average, well-drained garden soils. Great in combination with native daisy-type flowers in the wild garden.
...............Available in 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.
 

Liatris spicata 'Alba'
Gayfeather  (Zone 3)
Culturally identical to the species, this cultivar produces creamy white flowers in Mid-season on 36" tall spikes. Great in prairie plantings as well as the garden border.
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Liatris spicata ‘Kobold’
Gayfeather  (Zone 3)
This plant is generally regarded as the best of the spicata cultivars for the garden. It is a shorter form that grows to only 18" tall while still producing numerous spikes of lavender flowers. It is a selection of our U.S. native species, so it is well suited to gardens in our area. Excellent as a cut flower or for attracting wildlife to the garden! Grows best in full sun and well- drained soils.
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Ligularia dentata ‘Britt-Marie Crawford’ PP16113
Bigleaf Ligularia  (Zone 4)

This is a species that is grown as much for its’ bold foliage as for its’ flowers. This selection has dark maroon leaf tops with dark purple undersides. The orange-yellow flowers in late-season contrast nicely with the foliage. Plants prefer a moist humus-rich soil in full sun for best performance. Grows to 40" tall with a similar spread.
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Ligularia dentata ‘Midnight Lady’    NEW!
Ligularia  (Zone 5 )
Beautiful, large, dark, bronze-purple, toothed leaves grow on clump forming plants. Bright orange-yellow flowers on dark stems late in the summer. Plant in moist soil, 30-36”.
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Lilium ‘Stargazer’
Oriental Garden Lily  (Zone 5)
An oriental hybrid lily that is late-blooming (August) and extremely fragrant. ‘Stargazer' has large pink and white flowers that are excellent for cutting. In the garden ‘Stargazer' grows to 28" tall and should be planted in mass for best effect. Oriental lilies are a little more demanding than the Asiatics requiring a sandy loam soil rich in organic matter for excellent winter drainage. In zone 5, winter mulch is recommended for a bit of extra protection.
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Lilium TINY Series
Garden Lily  (Zone 3)
The Lily-Looks pot lilies are an exceptional improvement on the market pot lilies. Selections have proven to bloom longer and stronger than their elder counterparts on sturdy, deep green, uniformly compact plants.

'Tiny Dessert' PPAF - NEW!  Bright yellow flowers in May and June. Grows 14-16".
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'Tiny Ghost' PP16161 - produces deep raspberry red flowers in May and June. Grows 14-16".
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'Tiny Invader' PP17618
- NEW!  Bright orange flowers in May and June. Grows 12".
 ...............Available in 1-Quart container only.

'Tiny Nanny' PP17640 - NEW!  Clear white flowers in May and June. Grows 14-16".
  ...............Available in 1-Quart container only.

'Tiny Padhye' PP20549 - Stunning maroon flowers that are tipped in bright white in May and June. Grows 16-18".
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'Tiny Sensation' PP17617
- Bright yellow base color, with reddish spots that bleed together toward the center of each petal, creating a bicolor look. Stunning display in May and June. Grows 14-16".
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'Tiny Spider' PP22873 - Light raspberry flowers centered with dark maroon spots in May and June. Grows 14-16".
...............Available in 1-Quart and IMPACT containers.

'Tiny Todd' PP16170 - Light pink flowers accented with white centers in May and June. Grows 16-18".
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Limonium latifolium
Sea Lavender  (Zone 3)
Sea Lavender forms low rosettes of dark green leaves and bears clouds of tiny, lavender-blue flowers on wiry stems in late summer. Tolerant of maritime conditions, it will perform well in a sunny, well-drained location. Flowers are excellent for dried arrangements. Grows to 24".
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Linum perenne ‘Saphir’
Flax  (Zone 4)
Sapphire blue flowers are produced on this 10" perennial in late spring and early summer. They are " wide and long blooming. The foliage is pale blue-green and has a fine, airy texture, which helps the flowers really stand out. The plants require full sun and must have good winter drainage. This cultivar would be excellent in mass or in the border. 
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Lobelia cardinalis   
Cardinal Flower (Zone 2-8)
Spires of dense, scarlet-red flowers brighten the landscape in late summer. This native wildflower is a natural around water and a hummingbird magnet. Blooms in late summer. Plant in sun to partial shade and keep well-watered. Grows 24-36”.
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Lobelia Compliment Deep Red
Cardinal Flower (Zone 4-9)
Spectacular flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies to the garden. Beautiful with bold-textured plants such as Hostas and Ligularia, or fine-textured plants with rounded forms such as daylilies, spiderwort, Astilbe and ferns. Also a good cut flower. Blooms early to late summer and prefers moist, well drained soil. Plant in sun or partial sun. Grows 30-36”.
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Lobelia Fan Series

The hybrids in this series are known for their strong, well-branched stems and upright habit. They perform great in containers as well as the landscape and the tubular flowers are sure to attract hummingbirds and make great cut flowers.

Lobelia x speciosa Fan 'Blue'
Cardinal Flower  (Zone 6)
Deep-blue flower spikes atop dark green foliage. Plants grow to 28" tall in bloom.
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Lobelia x speciosa Fan 'Deep Rose'
Cardinal Flower  (Zone 6)
Dark-rose flower spikes atop bronze foliage and flower stems. Grows to only 20" in flower.
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Lobelia x speciosa Fan 'Salmon'
Cardinal Flower  (Zone 6)
Long-blooming salmon-pink flowers atop bronze foliage and flower stems. Plants grow to 24" tall in bloom.
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Lobelia siphilitica
Great Blue Lobelia (Zone 4-8)
This water loving plant is perfect for low lying areas that collect water. Beautiful blue flower spikes arise in August and September. Attracts butterflies, hummingbirds, and is deer resistant. Plant in full to part sun. Grows 2-3'.
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Lonicera x japonica ‘Mandarin’ PP11083
Honeysuckle (Zone 3)
Bright orange flowers with yellow centers bloom on this hardy vine from late spring through early summer. In spring the leaves emerge a nice bronze color and then mature to a glossy deep green for added interest! A great vine for covering a large area as plants can grow up to 20’. Plant in full sun to part shade. From the University of British Columbia breeding program.
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Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'
Late Dutch Honeysuckle  (Zone 5)
Fragrant purple-red flowers with a soft pink throat bloom all summer long on this popular climbing vine. Plants require a trellis or arbor and are wonderful for attracting hummingbirds to the garden. Plants grow 15-18' long and should be planted in full sun.
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Lonicera sempervirens ‘John Clayton’
Honeysuckle (Zone 4)
Beautifully fragrant pale-yellow flowers bloom from June through November. This compact selection grows only 3-6’ making it a great choice for smaller areas. Plant in full sun to partial shade.
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Lonicera sempervirens ‘Major Wheeler’     
Honeysuckle (Zone 4)
This is an interesting selection of our native L. sempervirens. Typically only a spring bloomer, this blooms heavily in spring, and continues through the summer.  The reddish-orange blooms are produced atop 3-8' plants. Grows best in full sun to partial shade. These attract butterflies and hummingbirds.
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Lupinus Gallery Series Mix
Lupine  (Zone 3)
Large gorgeous flower spikes in shades of blue, red, pink, yellow and white fill the air with a fragrance all its own. This plant is sometimes hard to grow and when grown successfully, is usually short lived. However, the flower show in spring is well worth the time. It is best to plant these in the fall, as they do not like hot summers. They prefer full sun or part shade and rich well-drained soil. Grows 24-30" tall.
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Lychnis chalcedonica
Maltese Cross  (Zone 3)
An old-time favorite that still deserves a place in the full-sun border. Clusters of scarlet flowers appear at the top of 30" tall flower stalks. The flowers are best if used in mass and their scarlet color is likely to attract hummingbirds to the garden. Maltese Cross should be grown in moist, well-drained, fertile soils in full sun.
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Lychnis coronaria 'Gardener's World'     NEW!
Maltese Cross  (Zone 3)
An upright, clump-forming variety, with rich red double flowers in spring and summer. Contrasting silver foliage, 12’. Maltese Cross should be grown in moist, well-drained, fertile soils in full sun.
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Lysimachia ciliata ‘Firecracker’
Hairy Loosestrife  (Zone 2)
Deep wine colored foliage grows 2-3’ tall in sun or shade. Flowers are an open cup shape and accent the foliage with their sunny yellow color. Blooms in mid summer. Doesn’t overtake, like some other Lysimachias may.
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Lysimachia nummularia ‘Goldi’
Golden Creeping Jenny  (Zone 4)
A golden variety of the fast growing groundcover. Foliage becomes more chartreuse and bright when in a sunny spot. It adds a great contrast to darker foliage. Grows quite well in moist environments!
...............Available in Groundcover and 1-Quart containers.
 

Lythrum 'Morden Gleam'     NEW!
Loosestrife
  (Zone 3)
Showy spikes in summer. Deep rose flowers, long-blooming, 3-4’. Excellent in the border. Will adapt to wet or dry situations. Mid-season bloom. Not the invasive L. salicaria species.
...............Available in PRO and IMPACT containers.