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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.

Hellebore 'Lenton Rose'

  • Comes in a variety of colors
  • Very early bloomer
  • Great along walkways
  • Evergreen, so makes an attractive year-round ground cover


  • Evergreen with maple-like leaves that have many color varieties
  • Fantastic fall color
  • Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds

Honeysuckle 'Edmee Gold Boxleaf'

Shrubby little honeysuckle for shady locations. Cascading habit is great for slopes, under trees, or in containers. The chartreuse colored foliage brightens up shady areas of the landscape.


Honeysuckle 'Major Wheeler'

Blazing red and gold blooms appear all summer and into the fall months, longer than most other honeysuckles. Slower-growing honeysuckle will reach 6-10' in length, just right for covering a fence post, arbor or trellis. Hummingbirds love...Deer tend to avoid.
Honeysuckle Bush

Honeysuckle Bush 'Cool Splash'

'Cool Splash' is a southern, bush honeysuckle cultivar with variegated leaves which are dark green with yellow to creamy-white margins. It is a cascading, low-growing, deciduous shrub that slowly grows to 2-3’ tall. Trumpet-shaped, yellow flowers bloom in late spring to early summer on attractive red stems. Common name of 'honeysuckle' suggests that the flower must be suckled in order to enjoy the honey-like nectar. This bush is native to the southern Appalachian Mountains.



  • Mainstay of shade gardens
  • Mass for a showy groundcover or can stand alone
  • There are many varieties of hosta so there are many foliage options
Ice Plant

Ice Plant

  • Good groundcover for border fronts and slopes
  • Will naturalize
  • Great for sunny rock gardens
  • Heat tolerant
Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed 'Little Joe'

This little known dwarf species of the taller Joe Pye is native in moist soils from Maine south to South Carolina. In appearance, it is similar to Joe Pye, but more tolerant of light shade. The 4' tall stems of green leaves and displaying dome-shaped heads of lavender flowers, in mid-summer. A real find for keeping butterflies at eye level. Prefers moist soil.

Lady's Mantle

  • Used for naturalization and in cottage gardens
  • Good for dried flower arrangements
  • Deer and rabbit resistant

Lamb's Ear

  • Pretty velvet-like, silver/blue foilage
  • Good groundcover. Will naturalize
  • Deer and rabbit resistant




  • Highly fragrant flowers. The French variety, 'provence' is commercially grown for the perfume industry.The English varieties, munstead and hidcote are more popular in residential gardens.
  • Use as a small hedge in a scented garden
  • Tolerates poor soil and is drought, deer and rabbit resistant
Liriope, Big Blue

Liriope, Big Blue

  • Abundant blue flower spikes rise above the attractive blue-green grass like foliage followed by clusters of black berries.
  • Superior edging, border or ground cover.
Liriope, Variegated

Liriope, Variegated

  • Colorful groundcover
  • Great for in front of shrub borders
  • Nice addition to a mixed perennial bed


  • Tolerates wet soil
  • Great for a rain garden or near ponds and streams
  • Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
Monkey Flower, Purple

Monkey Flower, Purple

This pretty perennial flowers purple-pink in late June and continues into September. Its flowers are a butterfly and hummingbird magnet. Prefers moist areas, growing more vigorously at higher elevations. Great for naturalizing along stream banks. Also perfect for grouping in partial shade.
Montauk Daisy

Montauk Daisy

  • Excellent for mid to back of borders
  • Good for cut flowers
  • Attracts butterflies and is drought tolerant
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