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Galium odoratum (Sweet Woodruff)

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Not to be confused with our native Galium boreale (bedstraw), Galium odoratum (Asperula) is a wonderful ground cover with glossy fan-shaped green foliage. The dainty, star-shaped white flowers are sweetly scented. Prefers moist, well-drained soil. Will take partial shade or full sun. Will dry and retain the sweet hay fragrance. A great partner to our native Mertensia virginica (Virginia Bluebells).

Grow at the edge of your woodlands, around your benches, anywhere to enjoy the nice soft perfume. Timing is right to hide bulb foliage. Don't let this one dry out. Foliage will sulk. Photo courtesy of Walter's Gardens.

Photo credit: Walter's Gardens

Miscellaneous Name: Asperula odorata

Zone: 3
Exposure: Partial Shade
Height: 4-10"
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Plant is fragrant.
Price: #1, $12.00

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Gentiana cruciata 'Blue Cross' ()

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This Gentian sets itself apart from the species by its intense blue violet flowers on compact, durable, drought resistant plants. From midsummer into early fall, clusters of small, 4-petaled flowers open and bloom at the nodes. At each node, the spoon-shaped leaves meet at angles to form a cross, thus the name Cross Gentian. This perennial looks great in rock gardens and also makes a nice cut flower.Intense blue violet flowers with a compact habit. Drought resistant. Very distinct and different flower opening at the nodes where the spoon-shaped leaves meet at angles to form the "cross". Combine with ferns, hosta, pulmonaria.

Zone: 4
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 8-12" x 12-15"
Flower Color: Blue
Bloom Time: Late summer
Notes: Attracts insects or birds. Good for cut flowers.
Price: 6 inch, $8.25

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Helleborus 'Ivory Prince' Ivory Prince (Hellebore)

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Starts blooming very early and will bloom all summer in our cool summer gardens, even at 1,700 feet elevation.

All parts of plant are poisonous to varmints; leave this one alone. Combine with Epimedium, Cornus canadensis, hosta, Festuca 'Elija Blue'.

Photo credit: Walter's Gardens

Miscellaneous Name: Helleborus 'Walhelivor' (PP #16,199)

Zone: 4
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 12-18" x 10-14"
Flower Color: Ivory
Bloom Time: Spring-Summer
Foliage: Leathery
Notes:
Price: 6 inch, $9.50

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Hosta 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' (Hosta)

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The dark green seersuckered foliage is quite unusual. The white flowers soar out of the foliage in late summer and are nicely scented.

Slug resistant.

Combine with Primula cortusoides, Phlox 'Candy Stripes', Veronica 'Royal Candles', Bergenia.

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 18" x 22"
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Foliage: Seersuckered foliage
Notes: Tolerates wet conditions. Plant is fragrant.
Availability: Unavailable

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Hosta 'Blueberry Muffin' (Plantain Lily)

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A nice sized garden hosta with slug resistant blue puckered foliage. Strong and reliable growth. Remember hosta need some sun in Alaska. Combine with fern Athyrium ?Pictum (Japanese Painted Fern), lamium or viola.

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Photo Credit Walter's Gardens

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 14" x 18"
Flower Color: Lavender
Bloom Time: Late summer
Foliage: Blue
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Price: 1 gallon, $12.00

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Hosta 'Empress Wu' (Plantain Lily)

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The largest known hosta in commerce. Huge, thick dark green deeply veined leaves form a massive upright clump. Pale reddish violet flowers. From the Proven Winners line. Remember hosta require some sun in Alaska. Combine with one of our small shrubs such as cornus 'Elegantissima', or the arctic willow or the huge petasites 'Giganteus Variegatus'.

Largest hosta on the market

Photo Credit Walter's Gardens

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 36-48" x 36-48"
Flower Color: Violet
Bloom Time: Late summer
Foliage: Ribbed
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Price: #2, $16.50

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Iris Siberica 'Yellow' ()

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We are delighted to add this cheerful yellow Siberian Iris to our assortment as it is the perfect color for a June blooming perennial. Yellow buds open to 3 �� flowers with sparkling creamy yellow, upright standards, widely flaring, light yellow falls, and darker yellow signals. From a distance, the flowers are a beautiful shade of pastel yellow. They are presented atop the green, spiky textured foliage in early summer.

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 32"" x 18-24""
Flower Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: Spring-Summer
Notes: Tolerates wet conditions. Attracts insects or birds. Good for cut flowers.
Price: #1, 12.

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Iris sibirica 'Caesar's Brother' (Siberian Iris)

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Award winner in the industry and certainly an award winner in my book. Deep purple self and yellow and white blaze with black veining. I've seen clumps of this one six feet across. Wow display.

Grows in moist acidic soils. Plant rhizomes just barely in the soil. Combine with Filipendula 'Venusta', Hesperis matronalis, blue poppy, forget-me-nots, Brunnera.

Photo Credit: Steven Veldstra

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 36-48" x 18"
Flower Color: Purple
Bloom Time: Spring-Summer
Foliage: Sword-like foliage
Notes: Tolerates wet conditions. Plant is fragrant. Good for cut flowers.
Price: #1, $12.00

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Iris sibirica 'Contrast in Style' (Siberian Iris)

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A real eye-catcher this one. Totally different colors than the ordinary blues. The contrast of the white and wine red, purple blossoms really is distinctive.

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height: 24-30"
Flower Color: Purple
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes:
Price: #1, $12.00

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Iris sibirica 'White Swirl' (Siberian Iris)

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Very elegant wide, flared, ivory-white self and falls with a touch of gold near the throat. Probably one of the best whites available.

Photo Credit:Walters Gardens

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 30" x 18-24"
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Tolerates wet conditions.
Price: #1, $12.00

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Leucanthemella serotina (Shasta Alaska Daisy)

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'Alaska' is the classic Shasta Daisy and is the most common cultivar available. Huge 3 inch wide flowers are pure white with yellow centers and are borne on long 2-3 foot stems which are perfect for cutting. This is the hardiest strain of Shasta available. Shasta Daisies are all-time favorites for the perennial border. The cheery flowers begin to appear in early summer and continue on for several months if faithfully deadheaded. Shastas mix so effortlessly with other perennials that no garden should be without them!

Photo credit: Walter's Gardens

Miscellaneous Name: Chrysanthemum maximum

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 18" x 12"
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Tolerates drought conditions. Good for cut flowers.
Price: #1, $10.25

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Leucanthemum x superbum 'Banana Cream' (Shasta Daisy)

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If you haven't seen this new one, you don't subscribe to any magazines! It's everywhere and there is a reason. Introduced by Walter's Gardens after their field trials showed the vase life of 'Banana Cream' is well over 2 weeks. The early 4-inch-wide lemon yellow bloom continues to brighten to light butter yellow and finally to creamy white. The extra row of ray petals creates a fuller appearance than the usual Shasta daisies. We've tried to keep this one affordable so everyone can enjoy it.

Zone: 4
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 15-18" x 18-24"
Flower Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Good for cut flowers.
Price: #1, 12

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Lewisia 'Little Peach' (Lewisia)

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We've enjoyed the hardiness and vigorous growth of 'Little Plum' so we are very much looking forward to this new Lewisia. Flowers are a blend of yellow, orange and peach on upright stems. Floriferous, long bloomer stands up well to cold wet winter. Sounds like it was made for Alaska gardens. Maybe just the one for that rock garden spot.

Zone: 3
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 6" x 10"
Flower Color: Peach
Bloom Time: Spring
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Ligularia 'Little Rocket' (Ligularia)

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If the regular Ligularia 'The Rocket' is too tall for you, here's the answer. Great foliage, tall slender spikes of hundreds of yellow daisy-like flowers are just like the big one.

Afternoon sun may cause leaves to wilt but they always perk back up in the morning. Combine with regular Ligularia 'The Rocket', ferns, Aconitum, Astilbe, Filipendula or Primula.

Zone: 4
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 40" x 18-24"
Flower Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: Summer-Fall
Notes: Tolerates wet conditions.
Price: #1, $12.00

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Lilium 'Fangio' (L.A. Hybrid Lily)

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Plum-colored petals and darker stamens grab your eye wherever they bloom in your gardens. So many other perennials are complimented by this great lily. Dicentra eximia 'Luxuriant' blooms all summer and although the foliage and flowers are opposite the lily, they make a great combination. (Photos courtesy of Dr. Annie Nevaldine.)

Grow on dry side to avoid bulb rot. Push a couple of sticks of chalk in beside the bulbs each spring for a "timed-release" feed. Removing the orange center pistils will add bloom time.

Photo courtesy of Anne Neveldine.

Zone: 3
Exposure: Sun
Height: 44"
Flower Color: Plum
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Good for cut flowers.
Price: #1, $12.00

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Lysimachia nummularia 'Aurea' (Gold Creeping Jenny)

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One of my favorite ground covers. Creeping in between path cracks and other flowers, the bright yellow flowers are abundant and quite splendid.

Combine with any plants with weak ankles that need some cover-up.

Photo credit: Walter's Gardens

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 2-4" x 18-24"
Flower Color: Yellow
Bloom Time: Spring-Summer-Fall
Notes: Tolerates wet conditions.
Price: 4 inch, $6.25
Price:  6 inch, $8.75

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Meconopsis 'Lingholm' (Blue Poppy)

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Sorry, Dorothy, you can't grow these in Kansas. 80 F and they are goners. Everyone else, you absolutely HAVE to have a few blue poppies. There is nothing to compare. From the Fertile Blue Group.

Combine with Trollius europaeus, Iris 'Caesars' Brother', Alchemilla mollis.This is our best-selling variety.

Photo credit: Brenda Adams

Zone: 4
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 36" x 24"
Flower Color: Blue
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes:
Price: #1, 17.00

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Meconopsis betonicifolia (Blue Poppy)

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Not for areas with summers over 80 F, everyone else, go for it. Nothing compares to the real blue of these poppies. Grow in woodland type conditions, slightly acidic, loam rich soils.

Combine with Trollius europaeus, Iris sibirica 'Caesars' Brother', Alchemilla mollis.

Zone: 4
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 30" x 24"
Flower Color: Blue
Bloom Time: Summer-Fall
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Price: #1, 17.00

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Nepeta faassenii 'Walker's Low' (Catmint)

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So many flowers, so little space. Appears almost like a shrub. There's a reason this was the Perennial Plant Association's Perennial Plant of the Year for 2007.

Perennial Plant of Year for 2007; lavender-blue flowers.

Combine with Monarda 'Fireball, Geranium 'Sabani Blue', Liatris 'Kobold'.

Zone: 3-8
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 24-36" x 18-24"
Flower Color: Lavender
Bloom Time: Spring-Summer-Fall
Foliage: Fragrant
Notes: Plant is fragrant. Attracts insects or birds. Good for cut flowers.
Price: #1, $9.75

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Nepeta racemosa ''Walkers Low'' (Catmint)

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This British variety was selected as the 2007 Perennial Plant of the Year. Plants are mounded and bushy in habit, with small grey-green fragrant leaves. Masses of bright-blue flowers appear on short spikes in early summer, continuing on and off through the fall if the old flowers are regularly removed. Despite the name, this is best in the middle of a border because of its mid-sized stature. Drought tolerant, once established. Flowers are attractive to butterflies.

Photo credit: Walter's Gardens

Zone: 3
Exposure: SunPartial Shade
Height x Width: 20''" x 30''"
Flower Color: Blue-violet
Bloom Time: all season
Notes: Plant is fragrant. Attracts insects or birds.
Price: 6 inch, $8.75
Price: #1, $9.75

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Paeonia 'Best Man' (Peony)

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Just like any best man should be, this one is totally handsome. A beautiful, very large deep red double.

The large flower may need staking.

Zone: 3
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 30-36" x 30-36"
Flower Color: Red
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Good for cut flowers.
Price: #2, 19.75

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Paeonia 'Festiva Maxima' (Peony)

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Very easy to grow and an all time favorite of peony growers. Double white with red flecks. Excellent for the garden and for cut flowers. Lasts a full week in the cut bouquets if cut in bud stage.

Paeonia need to planted no deeper than 1-2 inches. Deeper results in nice foliage but no blooms. Humus-rich soil and excellent drainage. pH 6.5 ideal. Foliage is attractive all summer.

Zone: 3
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 34" x 34"
Flower Color: White
Bloom Time: Early
Notes: Plant is fragrant. Good for cut flowers.
Price: #2, $25.00

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Paeonia 'Lady Alexandra Duff' (Peony)

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Clusters of fragrant, double, blush cottage type blooms appear on strong stems. Very floriferous and graceful habit. Side buds will be smaller, saucer-shaped blooms.

Paeonia need to planted no deeper than 1-2 inches. Deeper results in nice foliage but no blooms. Humus-rich soil and excellent drainage. pH 6.5 ideal. Foliage is attractive all summer.

Combine with Rosa 'Melmodac' , Lilium 'Aphrodite', Nepeta 'Walkers' Low'.

Zone: 3
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 36" x 24"
Flower Color: Blush Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Plant is fragrant. Good for cut flowers.

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Paeonia lactiflora 'Sarah Bernhardt' (Peony)

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A very, very large double, dark rose pink flower. The blossoms are so huge, you'll need to stake this one but it is very much worth it. A standard in the cut flower trade due to its beautiful buds, extremely large flowers, long vase life and sweet, romantic fragrance. Crimson red flecks just add to its beauty. Selected as the 2004 Dried Cut Flower of the Year by the Association of Specialty Cut Flower Growers.

Paeonia need to planted no deeper than 1-2 inches. Deeper results in nice foliage but no blooms. Humus-rich soil and excellent drainage. pH 6.5 ideal. Foliage is attractive all summer.

Photo credit: Walter's Gardens

Zone: 3
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 24-36" x 24-36"
Flower Color: Pink
Bloom Time: Summer
Notes: Plant is fragrant. Good for cut flowers.

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Papaver nudicaule 'Champagne Bubbles' (Iceland Poppy)

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Such a happy little flower. Popping up here and there and everywhere but not obnoxious. Tissue paper pastel colors that seem to change before your eyes from oranges, salmon, white, cream etc. I just love it.

Zone: 2
Exposure: Sun
Height x Width: 16-18" x 18"
Flower Color: Mixed
Bloom Time: Summer
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Price: 6 inch, $8.75

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