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Mountain Bluet

Mountain Bluet (Houstonia caerulea)

A low-maintenance, mat-forming selection. Fast-spreading plants cover themselves with light lavender-blue flowers. Native to North America.

Mountain Fern

Mountain Fern (Thelypteris phegopteris)

Native deciduous fern with fronds that are initially upright and later arching. Ferns lend a peaceful feeling to any setting. Dependable color and texture looks great all season.

Mountain Pansy

Mountain Pansy 'Splendens' (Viola lutea)

Produces a profusion of small golden-yellow flowers. The dainty flat-faced flowers are a cheerful sight in the early spring. They tolerate cool temperatures and are ideal for planting around spring-flowering bulbs or in window boxes. Makes an excellent pressed flower for crafts or…

Mountain Phlox

Mountain Phlox (Phlox pulchra)

Forms a bushy clump of bright green foliage. Slender stems carry clusters of lilac, lavender, pink or occasionally white flowers. This low-maintenance selection requires little attention.

Mount Atlas Daisy

Mount Atlas Daisy (Anacyclus depressus)

One of the best flowers for adding lasting color to hot, dry situations. Dense, spreading mat of grey-green foliage topped by white daisy-like flowers in early summer. Easy to grow and very rewarding.

Muhly Grass

Muhly Grass (Muhlenbergia capillaris)

Native to central and eastern United States and Mexico. Stunning, fine-textured grass with airy panicles of delicate, pink flowers. Lends a light, airy appearance to the garden.

Muscari

Muscari 'Blue Magic' (Muscari aucheri)

Incredibly easy to grow! Muscari is one of the first plants to appear in the very early spring. The brilliant blue color is a welcome relief from the dull days of winter. Group many plants together to create a splash of color and add luxurious fragrance to the garden. Muscari’s…

Muscari, Grape Hyacinth

Muscari, Grape Hyacinth (Muscari armeniacum)

Tight clusters of tiny, bell-like blooms earn Muscari the alternate common name of Grape Hyacinth. These spring bloomers spread easily, but once done flowering the grassy foliage blends quietly into the background.

Musk Mallow

Musk Mallow (Malva moschata)

A reliable, sturdy plant. Worth growing for its dark green, unusually lacy foliage alone. Pink Hibiscus-like flowers light up the landscape all summer long.

Narcissus

Narcissus (Narcissus Hybrid)

Narcissus are the perfect choice for announcing the arrival of spring with their trumpet-like blooms. There are varieties in sizes from miniature to large and in various combinations of sunny color. Gorgeous planted en masse or mixed with other spring flowering favorites.