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Achillea Hybrids

Achillea Hybrids (Achillea hybrida)

Ferny, softly textured foliage and large, long-lasting bloom clusters have earned Achillea status as a classic choice for the perennial garden. The many varieties available offer a nice range of bloom colors and plant sizes to fit most any garden.

Achillea

Achillea 'Moonshine' (Achillea hybrida)

Achillea is very durable, long-blooming, and drought tolerant! Light yellow flowers are carried on strong stems well-suited for cutting. The flowers attract butterflies to the garden.

Achillea, Yarrow

Achillea, Yarrow (Achillea species)

Achillea species are noted for their delicate, ferny foliage that brings a soft texture to the landscape. The bright blooms are a magnet for butterflies in the summer. This group of plants has remained a garden favorite for generations because of its exceptional tolerance to just…

Acorus, Japanese Sweet Flag

Acorus, Japanese Sweet Flag (Acorus gramineus)

Excellent grassy-leaved plant for moist locations. Acorus is a native of Asia where it grows freely along waterways. The semi-evergreen foliage adds life to the winter landscape and is very good for controlling erosion along the water bank.

Adriatic Bellflower

Adriatic Bellflower (Campanula garganica)

This spreading species of Campanula creates a sea of starry blooms all summer, creating a soft backdrop for taller, bolder plant companions. An excellent choice for tucking into wall crevices for a cottage garden effect.

African Iris

African Iris (Dietes iridioides)

One of the most versatile plants around and a great plant for beginning gardeners. This African native can tolerate virtually any soil conditions from drought to moist soil found at the water’s edge. Requires little maintenance to maintain a neat appearance. Just remove faded…

African Iris

African Iris (Dietes vegeta)

One of the most versatile plants around and a great plant for beginning gardeners. This African native can tolerate virtually any soil conditions from drought to moist soil found at the water’s edge. Requires little maintenance to maintain a neat appearance. Just remove faded…

African Iris

African Iris (Moraea vegeta)

One of the most versatile plants around and a great plant for beginning gardeners. This African native can tolerate virtually any soil conditions from drought to moist soil found at the water’s edge. Requires little maintenance to maintain a neat appearance. Just remove faded…

African Lily

African Lily (Agapanthus Hybrid)

Native to South Africa, Agapanthus bring eye-catching, architectural style to the garden. Clumps of glossy, grass-like foliage provide the backdrop for striking bloom clusters perched atop sturdy stems.

African Morning Glory, Creeping Falkia

African Morning Glory, Creeping Falkia (Falkia repens)

This charming South African native is adaptable to a wide range of soil and light conditions. The creeping foliage forms a dense, ground-hugging mass sprinkled with pink-blushed, trumpet-shaped flowers in summer.

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