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Alpine Poppy

Alpine Poppy (Papaver alpinum)

Wonderful refreshment in the heat of summer! Delicate, saucer-like blooms and fine textured foliage contrast beautifully with the harshness of Alpine Poppies' favored growing sites. Perfect for dry, less fertile soils that mimic that of their native mountain habitat.

Alpine Rock Cress

Alpine Rock Cress (Arabis caucasica)

Clusters of dainty blooms combine with evergreen foliage to bring color, fragrance and soft texture to the harshest planting sites. This mounding spreader thrives in poor, dry soil, heat and wind. A light shearing after blooming is all the effort it takes to keep this Arabis looking…

Alpine Strawberry

Alpine Strawberry (Fragaria vesca)

Very ornamental, runnerless strawberry. Delicious tasting berries are an added bonus from summer through autumn. This edible Strawberry also makes a neat and beautiful edging plant.


Amaryllis (Hippeastrum hybrid)

Amaryllis is a popular bulb for forced-blooming indoors in the winter, but they can also be enjoyed outdoors in regions with mild winters. The enormous trumpet blooms are just as spectacular planted among garden flowers. Adding a layer of mulch in winter will help protect from light…

Amur Stonecrop

Amur Stonecrop (Sedum selskianum)

A succulent evergreen perennial for hot, dry planting sites. Flat, green leaves with scalloped edges form attractive rosettes. Named varieties may have variegated, silvery or golden foliage. Fun to pair with plants having purple tinted leaves or blooms.

Anemone, Windflower

Anemone, Windflower (Anemone species)

All species of Anemone have beautiful, deeply cut or fern-like foliage that is attractive in the garden even when the plant is not in flower. A variety of sizes and colors are available and all add a refreshing touch of color to the late summer and autumn landscape. Many varieties…

Angelita Daisy

Angelita Daisy (Hymenoxys acaulis)

Tidy mounds of needle-leaved, silvery-green foliage add cool color and great form to hot, dry locations. Long wiry stems of yellow daisies appear from spring through autumn. A vibrant, carefree selection!

Arctic Campion, Alpine Campion, Alpine Catchfly

Arctic Campion, Alpine Campion, Alpine Catchfly (Lychnis alpina)

A tough, low-growing perennial with an abundance of colorful blooms atop fine, dark green foliage. Remove spent flowers to encourage more blooms. Native to cold mountainous and subarctic regions this species is a carefree choice for dry, gravelly soils.

Arctic Campion, Autumn Catchfly, Moss Campion

Arctic Campion, Autumn Catchfly, Moss Campion (Silene schafta)

A reliable garden favorite. Provides an abundance of brightly colored blooms all season long. These unique plants are sure to attract attention!

Armeria, Sea Thrift

Armeria, Sea Thrift (Armeria maritima)

Globe shaped clusters of dainty blooms sway like sailors above a sea of grassy foliage. A fun, colorful, easy-care choice for hot, dry locations. Sea Thrift is an excellent companion to fleshy-leaved succulents.

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