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Sweet William

Sweet William Barbarini® Series (Dianthus barbatus)

Lovely masses of fringe-petaled flowers will look right at home in a country cottage garden or a formal garden planting. Their versatile, compact size is also perfect for potting in a container to use as a centerpiece or for a gift plant. Available in a beautiful array of colors!

Sweet William

Sweet William (Dianthus barbatus)

A showy, old-fashioned perennial with bright flower clusters. The blooms emit a spicy-sweet fragrance. Without question, one of the most satisfying perennials in the garden!

Sweet Woodruff

Sweet Woodruff (Galium odoratum)

Grassy scented foliage is topped with clusters of fragrant white flowers. Blooms appear in late spring and early summer. Easy to grow and very rewarding.

Switch Grass

Switch Grass (Panicum virgatum)

Switch Grass is a North American native grass. It forms a dense clump with a narrow, upright habit that provides a strong vertical accent in the landscape. It grows in just about any type of soil, but prefers sandy loam. Several varieties are available offering a range of foliage and…

Switch Grass

Switch Grass 'Shenandoah' (Panicum virgatum)

A shorter variety of Switch Grass. Leaf blades of red are topped with ruddy seed heads. Color of foliage becomes apparent in early summer. This clump forming grass was introduced by Dr. Hans Simon of Germany.

Tall Mallow, Cheeses

Tall Mallow, Cheeses (Malva sylvestris)

A striking perennial with tall bloom stalks and funnel shaped flowers. The sylvestris species has a very long bloom period and is an excellent choice for enlivening mixed plant arrangements throughout the gardening seasons.

Tall Verbena, Vervain

Tall Verbena, Vervain (Verbena bonariensis)

This reseeder provides non-stop flowering from early spring to frost. Sends up branched stems that carry rich purple flower clusters. A unique selection that is sure to attract attention.

Tassel Fern

Tassel Fern (Polystichum polyblepharum)

Forms an upright mound of shiny, dark green fronds with frosted edges. Dependable color and texture looks great all season. Ferns lend a peaceful feeling to any setting.

Tatting Fern

Tatting Fern 'Frizelliae' (Athyrium species)

A fascinating little fern discovered in the late 1800’s in Ireland in the garden of a Mrs. Frizell. The narrow, arching stems are lined with lacy rounded fronds. This is an ideal plant for adding interest to moist, shaded locations. Situate near plants with large, bold foliage to…

Threadleaf Coreopsis

Threadleaf Coreopsis 'Sienna Sunset' (Coreopsis hybrid)

A sport of C. 'Crème Brulee' with blooms in shades of burnt sienna. A familiar source of warm color in the garden. Adds a touch of class to any garden planting.