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Perennials (64)

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Perennials

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Pampas, Dwarf

Pampas, Dwarf 'White'

  • Large ornamental grass that can stand alone in the landscape
  • Very showy plumes of ivory-white that tower over the foliage
  • Plumes are used in dried flower arrangements
Passion Flower

Passion Flower

  • A hardy vine used on trellises, arbors or fences
  • Fruit is edible
  • Beautiful, unique flowers are fragrant
Pear, Flowering

Pear, Flowering 'Chanticleer' or 'Cleveland'

  • White flower in mid-March, early April
  • Profuse bloomer before foliage
  • Great fall color with reds and maroons
Pearl Bush

Pearl Bush 'Snow Day' Blizzard

  • Large, pure white flowers in the spring
  • A favorite for beds and borders
  • Can be trained into a small tree
Penstemon

Penstemon 'Huskers Red'

  • Looks great when planted at the back of a flower bed
  • Makes nice cut flowers
  • Attracts hummingbirds
Phlox  (sublata)

Phlox (sublata)

  • Also called creeping phlox. Excellent for spilling over retainer walls
  • Good for edging pathways
  • Very pretty in containers
Photinia Red Tip

Photinia Red Tip

  • Evergreen shrub that has moderate to fast upright growth habit
  • The new leaves are red, turning to a bronze-red, then maturing to a dark green
  • Makes a great hedge either sheard or left alone. Large enough to use as privacy screening
Pieris Japonica

Pieris Japonica 'Cavatine'

  • Dwarf broadleaf evergreen
  • Ideal as a small hedge, in borders, and as a foundation shrub
  • Long lasting, profuse bloomer of white flowers in early spring
  • Great for a semi-shady area of the garden
Pieris Japonica

Pieris Japonica 'Mt. Fire'

  • Slow growing broadleaf evergreen shrub with dense upright habit
  • Mt. Fire is known for its fiery red new foliage and heavy clusters of white flowers
  • Ideal for foundation or in a shrub border
  • Great for a north side planting, since it can take a good amount of shade
Pieris Japonica

Pieris Japonica 'Valley Valentine'

  • Slow-growing broadleaf evergreen shrub with an upright habit
  • Large clusters of maroon flowers emerge in the spring
  • New leaves are orange-bronze but mature to glossy dark green
  • Nice display when mass planted. Excellent as a small foundation shrub
Pin Oak

Pin Oak

  • Good for shade
  • Pyramidal growth habit
  • Excellent fall color of yellow, orange, and red
Pine

Pine 'Blue Angel'

A slow-growing, unique specimen with beautiful, silvery blue-green needles. Makes a pretty evergreen hedge or windbreak.

Pine

Pine 'Gimborn's Ideal'

  • Small dense evergreen tree
  • Green foliage turning bluish green in spring
  • Vertical accent
  • Uses include hedge or screening
Pine

Pine 'Loblolly'

This fast growing pine is often used as a quick screen in many landscapes. Has fragranrt, resinous foliage. Extensively cultivated in forest plantations for pulpwood and lumber. Excellent choice for poor soil. One of the meanings of loblolly is 'mud puddle' where these pines often grow.

Pine

Pine 'Vanderwolf's Pyramid'

  • Evergreen with long, twisted, silvery blue green needles
  • A superior selection for a lawn specimen or accent
  • Disease and insect resistant

 

Pine Dwarf Mugo

Pine Dwarf Mugo 'Slowmound'

  • This 'slowmound' variety is the true dwarf Mugo pine
  • A splendid specimen for rock gardens and containers
  • A very slow grower
  • Makes a perfect low growing evergreen mound
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