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Spruce 'Jean's Dilly'

Miniature version of the dwarf alberta spruce. This narrow evergreen tree grows only 2 - 4 inches a year. Its perfect cone shape never needs to be sheared. Great choice for rock gardens and containers.

Spruce,  Colorado Blue

Spruce, Colorado Blue 'Fat Albert'

This superb evergreen conifer has rich blue foliage. Its dense-branching, pyradmidal form makes a wonderful living Christmas tree. An excellent landscape choice. Perfect for a windbreak or privacy.
Spruce, Colorado

Spruce, Colorado 'Baby Blue'

  • Brilliant silver-blue needles
  • Dense pyramidal growing habit
  • Very slow grower, growing only 8 inches per year
  • Small specimen tree sometimes used as a Christmas tree
Spruce, Dwarf Alberta

Spruce, Dwarf Alberta

  • A perfect cone- shaped dwarf conifer
  • Excellent as a container plant or miniature Christmas tree
  • Attracts birds, is deer resistant, and can take wet conditions
Spruce, Globosa Colorado Blue

Spruce, Globosa Colorado Blue

  • Globe shaped evergreen with icy-blue needles, all year long
  • Unique accent plant
  • Perfect in an Asian or Zen garden
  • Attracts birds and is deer resistant

St. John's Wort 'Albury Purple'

  • A beautiful, dusky-purple leaved semi-evergreen
  • The mid-summer yellow flowers are excellent in cut bouquets
  • In fall, berries start out pink, then red, then black
  • A great container plant
St. John

St. John's Wort 'Hidcote'

Deciduous shrub used in borders or as an informal hedge. This smaller variety is striking when massed as a groundcover. Some folklore:  In ancient times these plants were burned to ward off evil spirits on the eve of St. John's Day.

St. John

St. John's Wort 'Sunny Boulevard'

  • Hardy plant will do well in a container
  • Great for adding bright color to the garden or in the landscape
  • Lovely border plant or small hedge
Swamp Rose Mallow, Hibiscus

Swamp Rose Mallow, Hibiscus

  • This native hibiscus grows in swamps, marshes,and ditches in the Eastern United States
  • Plant near water features where it will thrive
  • Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies

Switchgrass 'Dewey Blue'

  • This smooth, blue tinted grass spreads slowly to form a clump.
  • It is used for its glaucous blue color, and graceful fountain habit.
  • It is adapted to dry, sterile locations where it plays an important role in stabilizing.
  • Deer resistant, drought tolerant. Native to Dewey Beach Delaware

Switchgrass 'Northwinds'

'Northwind' is a tall ornamental switch grass cultivar which features one of the best vertical forms. Olive-green to bluish-green foliage forms a compact, narrow 4-5' tall clump of foliage, which is topped in late summer by finely-textured mauve colored flower. Foliage turns yellow-beige in fall and provides good winter interest.

Switchgrass 'Shenandoah'

  • Prized for its foliage color
  • Bluish-green foliage turns burgundy-red by late June
  • Pinkish-red plumes appear in summer
  • North American Native
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