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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.

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
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

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 '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
Pine, Black

Pine, Black 'Thunderhead'

  • Specimen tree for a small or Asian style garden
  • Makes a unique hedge
  • Is very tolerant of salt, wind and drought
Pine, Bosnian

Pine, Bosnian

  • Great as an evergreen shade tree due to its large size
  • Also make a nice screen or windbreak
Pine, Bosnian

Pine, Bosnian 'Emerald Arrow'

  • A very narrow dark green evergreen with upward growing branches
  • Makes a great windbreak
  • Low maintenance, salt tolerant and disease resistant
Pine, Bosnian

Pine, Bosnian 'Mint Truffle'

  • Attractive light green foliage emerges white in spring
  • Makes a great evergreen hedge or privacy screen
  • Is a slow grower and is drought tolerant
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