Featured Plants


Chasmanthium latifolium (72 cells)

Trays: 43
Dangling, oat-like spikelets droop from rich, bamboo-like foliage. Useful as a formal accent, in mass plantings, or even as a container plant. Moist soil.  Production Location:...

Pennisetum xadvena Rubrum (21 cells)

Trays: 358
Consistently our best seller. A rapid grower and prolific bloomer with red-burgundy color throughout both foliage and foxtail-like flowers. A tender perennial that is everything an annual should be!...

Festuca ssp. Eilers Beauty™ (50 cells)

Trays: 42
Fine-textured matte green foliage. Adaptable to tough conditions, even dry shade. Tan seed heads on stiff red-tinged stems. Product Sheet – Festuca Eilers Beauty   Production Location:...

Delosperma cooperi (72 cells)

Trays: 88
Sea-glass green, succulent foliage supports hundreds of florescent-purple flowers through much of May, June, and July. Salt and drought tolerance makes Delosperma an exceptional groundcover...

Leucanthemum xsuperba Snow Lady (72 cells)

Trays: 34
1988 All America Selections. Dwarf shasta daisy. Excellent as a cut flower, in a container, or in the landscape. Blooms early to late summer.  Production Location: Florida  Common...

Sempervivum Ruby Heart (50 cells)

Trays: 28
Blue-green tips with red center.  Production Location: Florida  Tray Size: 50 plants  Common Name: Hen and chicks  USDA Hardiness Zone: 3 - 9  Mature...


A Bread-&-Butter Garden Gem (Panicum)

A Bread-&-Butter Garden Gem (Panicum)

Panicum (Switch grass)Indigenous American grasses aren’t just for native plant enthusiasts. Tough and carefree, clump-forming, warm-season “switch grass” is perfectly at home in any sunny landscape. I …
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Get connected! Miscanthus Bandwidth™

Get connected! Miscanthus Bandwidth™

Miscanthus Bandwidth™ Will Bandwidth™ magically endow the border with wifi? Probably not, but the broad bands of gold on its stiff, upright blades guarantee great garden and retail re …
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Culture Tips for Carex oshimensis

Culture Tips for Carex oshimensis

Carex oshimensis is a perennial sedge that stands out as a bright spot in shady areas. In its native Japan, Oshima kan suge, as it is known, dots rocky slopes and wooded areas with its richly color …
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