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This is a search-able list of plants that we grow or may have available at the garden center. This list is not a list of what we currently have in stock as it changes daily. Please call the garden center or send an email to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get a quote.
Big Bluestem

Big Bluestem 'Red October'

  • A fresh palette of colors ... foliage is deep green with burgundy highlights in spring with the red shades becoming more prominent as the plant matures. After first frost, foliage changes to a beautiful scarlet-red.
  • Can reach up to 6 feet with red-tinted blooms
  • Combine with mixed perennials in the landscape and use its height and stunning fall color as an accent
  • Also a great choice for meadows

Carex 'Everillo'

  • Beautiful bright green ornamental grass will brighten up a shady spot in your landscape.
  • Perfect for a pop of color in a mixed container
  • Use to edge a path or patio, or plant as a groundcover
Feather Reed

Feather Reed 'Karl Foerster'

  • Tolerates wet soil, so works well in a rain garden
  • Upright growth brings vertical accent to the landscape
  • Used for erosion control

Fountain 'Foxtrot'

  • Fast growing with bottlebrush, silver-red plumes in mid-summer
  • Beautiful orange-red fall color makes this a must have in the landscape, either as a specimen or mass-planted for a fall show of color

Fountain 'Karley Rose'

  • Provides excellent texture and contrast in mixed beds
  • Use as a specimen in a smaller garden
  • Attractive foliage and flower spikes that look beautiful when massed

Fountain 'Red Head'

  • Produces smokey, maroon colored, bottlebrush flowers in mid to late summer
  • Great in the landscape as well as containers
  • Drought and salt tolerant
Fountain Dwarf

Fountain Dwarf 'Hamelin'

  • Great choice for smaller gardens and courtyards
  • Lovely in containers
  • Nice contrast when used among perennial beds
Hakonechloa Japanese Forest Grass

Hakonechloa Japanese Forest Grass 'All Gold'

  • Graceful, colorful groundcover for shady areas
  • Slender stems hold bright golden-yellow foliage having the effect of a tiny bamboo.
  • Great in containers or color accent in borders
  • Perfect for an Asian or Zen style garden
Indian Grass

Indian Grass 'Indian Steel'

This colorful selection of grass forms a non-invasive clump of steely blue-green leaves, with long and narrow tan-colored spikes appearing in late summer and lasting into the winter. Very drought tolerant once established, and tolerant of a wide range of soil conditions. Cut the dead foliage back to the ground in late winter or early spring. Clumps may be easily divided in spring.
Little Bluestem

Little Bluestem 'The Blues'

  • Native to Delaware
  • Blue-green foliage turns flaming orange in the fall
  • Has fluffy seed heads in late summer
Little Zebra

Little Zebra

  • Prefers moist soils in full sun
  • Heat and humidity tolerant
  • Versatile dwarf ornamental grass used as a specimen or massed in groupings

Maiden 'Adagio'

  • Profuse bronzy-pink plumes in late summer
  • Excellent fall color
  • Dwarf size is great for containers

Maiden 'Gracillimus'

  • Narrow green leaves with plumes that are tassle-like
  • Plumes coppery-red in the fall
  • This clumping ornamental grass attracts birds and is deer resistant

Maiden 'Graziella'

  • Slender green foliage on clumps with large white plumes in late summer
  • Foliage turns orange-red in the fall
  • Use as a vertical accent, in mass plantings, or as a hedge
Mexican Feather

Mexican Feather

  • A North American Native selection
  • Delicate leaves with airy flower heads that sway with the slighest breeze
  • Will re-seed to naturalize 
  • Good for erosion control

Pampas 'Pink'

This lovely ornamental grass has big, fluffy pink plumes. Excellent choice for a screen or can stand alone beautifully. Should be planted in a protected area and care should be taken for overwintering. The crown should be covered with baskets or hay. Cut back to the ground in early spring. A favorite for dried arrangements.

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