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Bellium, Miniature Daisy

Bellium, Miniature Daisy (Bellium minutum)

Dainty white flowers with thread-like petals over bright green foliage. Dense mats of spreading foliage provide a rewarding display. Adds a touch of class to any garden planting.

Bergamot, Bee Balm

Bergamot, Bee Balm (Monarda hybrid)

This wonderful, all-around performer emits a delightful scent. Produces whorled clusters of tubular florets and deliciously fragrant foliage. Flowers are loved by hummingbirds, bees and butterflies.

Bergenia

Bergenia (Bergenia purpurascens)

Dark, glossy foliage gives Bergenia multi-season appeal, as it shades from green to red with cooler weather. The added bonus of clusters of tiny blooms in spring increases its garden value.

Betony

Betony 'Hummelo' (Stachys monieri)

Wonderfully textured leaves look great all season long. Spikes of purple blooms rise above a mat of wrinkled green foliage. A durable, low-maintenance plant.

Big Blue Stem

Big Blue Stem (Andropogon gerardii)

Upright, clump-forming selection with arching blue-green leaves. Purplish flower spikes appear late in the season. The foliage turns bronze-red in autumn.

Bigleaf Ligularia, Summer Ragwort, Leopard Plant

Bigleaf Ligularia, Summer Ragwort, Leopard Plant 'Desdemona' (Ligularia dentata)

A bold display of large round leaves with purple undersides and stems. Sends up all heads of orange-yellow, daisy-like flowers. May wilt some in midday heat but perks up again in evening.

Bigleaf Ligularia, Summer Ragwort, Leopard Plant

Bigleaf Ligularia, Summer Ragwort, Leopard Plant (Ligularia dentata)

A bold selection that thrives in wet soil. Large leaves with deep red leaf stalks, and red flower stems topped with yellow blooms, create dramatic yet tasteful contrast. Wonderful paired with fine or vertical leaved plants.

Bitterroot, Cliff Maids

Bitterroot, Cliff Maids (Lewisia longipetala)

This beauty is prized for its colorful flowers that bloom over a long time period, from April through June. Lewisia are native the Western North America and thrive when provided a planting site with excellent drainage. Originally discovered in the Sierra Nevada Mountains in 1875, the…

Bitterroot, Cliff Maids

Bitterroot, Cliff Maids (Lewisia species)

Lewisia species are native the Western North America and thrive when provided a planting site with excellent drainage. Most have a fairly long flowering period and some have evergreen foliage.Their upturned blooms bring a bit of color to more difficult gardening sites.

Bitterroot, Cliff Maids

Bitterroot, Cliff Maids 'Rainbow Mix' (Lewisia cotyledon)

This low-growing alpine blooms profusely, in a wide range of colors. A native wildflower of the Western United States. Attractive, evergreen foliage provides interest year 'round.