Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Paeonia 'Cora Louise' – CATALOGUE 2 018 –

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Geranium 'Max Frei'

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

1 Dear Darwin Plants Customer, We proudly present to you our Perennial Bare Root Catalogue for 2018. As you probably noticed, the layout and colours have changed extensively. This Summer of 2017, Darwin Plants will move location to a brand new facillity in Rijsenhout, The Netherlands. This move will help us to serve you even better in the future. Being part of the ‘Kébol‘ organisation will not change anything in how we at Darwin Plants work with you. We are convinced it creates more opportunities for you as a customer in doing business with us! As we do every year, we have added many new varieties to the range so that you the customer have the best selection of varieties from which to choose.

Our goal is to provide you with outstanding quality bare root, so that you are able to succesfully grow and sell these plants. With our experienced staff, our goal is to help you achieve this. We are proud to offer you: • A wealth of skill and an experienced staff on hand to guide you from variety selection to cultural support. For information please contact: info@darwinplants.com • A dedicated customer service team that can help you with all your order and shipping enquiries. For information please contact: info@darwinplants.com • A knowlegable Perennial sales team, here to advise you which varieties to grow and how to grow them successfully. For information in the USA and Canada, please contact: mvanduyn@darwinplants.com or fmeiland@darwinplants.com.

For information outside of the USA and Canada, please contact: kvandermeij@darwinplants.com Thank you for choosing Darwin Plants as your bare root supplier and I hope you have a successful season. Fred Meiland GENERAL MANAGER 2018 PERENNIAL BARE ROOT CATALOGUE Mark van Duyn Kees van der Meij Kébol facility in Rijsenhout, The Netherlands Fred Meiland

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

2 Flowering months Hardiness Growing Zones Partial sun Shade Scented Cut flower Full sun Eventual garden height Award Winner Key to Catalogue Symbols Quality performers (P) Protected Zones Non-Edible Plant 7-13 Great and Most Popular Bare Root Landscape Varieties 3 Why Darwin Plants Bare Root 4-6 Most Popular and Affordable Varieties 14 Ordering Information 15-22 2018 NEW Perennial Bare Root Varieties 111-113 Cultural Instructions Inside Back Cover Terms & Conditions 114-119 USPP & Plant Breeders’ Rights 2018 TABLE OF CONTENTS 23-110 2018 Perennial Bare Root Varieties Catalogue Images On request, customers are able to use the images in our catalogue. Images owned by Darwin Plants are free of charge. Please send your image requests to: fvanderveek@darwinplants.com Images owned by Visions Pictures photography, will need to be acquired directly from Visions Pictures. For more information, visit: www.visionspictures.com 120 Promotional advertisement: How To Plant Bare Root Video

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

3 The most comprehensive and creative range of bare root Perennials on the market. All sourced from cutting-edge genetics and breeders around the world. With 28 years experience in this market, Darwin Perennials has built a strong reputation for high quality bare roots, innovative varieties and vast knowledge of its products. 15cm Label not shown actual size * Bare root sizes will vary from genus to genus and variety to variety. Your bare root looks like this...it’s vernalised and ready to flower in the first year. All Darwin products are carefully graded to give consistently high quality and uniform bare roots in every package. WHY DARWIN PLANTS BARE ROOT? http://www.darwinplants.com/site/darwin.asp#movie In a matter of just weeks a high quality, premium Perennial is available for sale.

An inside look at the Darwin Bare Root process On request, all Darwin Perennial bare roots are supported with a large colour pot tag. Full cultural step-by-step instructions are supplied with every order on how to pot and grow your bare roots for the best possible start. See Us Online!

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

4 Background image: Sedum 'Carl' Most Popular and Affordable Varieties Astilbe Younique Red Astilbe Younique Pink Brunnera macrophylla Crocosmia Emily McKenzie Crocosmia Lucifer Dicentra spectabilis Dicentra Luxuriant Geranium sanguineum Max Frei Geranium sanguineum Ankum’s Pride Geranium Johnson’s Blue Geranium Elke Geranium Ingwersen’s Variety Hemerocallis Pardon Me Hemerocallis Stella d ‘Oro Hosta First Frost Hosta Guacamole Hosta Patriot Iris Butter and Sugar Iris Caesar’s Brother Liatris floristan Violet Paeonia lactiflora double Pink Paeonia lactiflora double Red Paeonia lactiflora double White Salvia Lyrical Blues Sedum Carl

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Astilbe Younique Pink (P) Brunnera macrophylla Crocosmia 'Emily McKenzie' Crocosmia 'Lucifer' Dicentra 'Luxuriant' Dicentra spectabilis Geranium sanguineum 'Max Frei' Astilbe Younique Red (P) Geranium sanguineum 'Ankum’s Pride' Geranium 'Johnson’s Blue' Geranium 'Elke' Geranium 'Ingwersen’s Variety' 5 Most Popular and Affordable Varieties

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Hosta 'Guacamole' Hosta 'Patriot' Salvia 'Lyrical Blues' (P) Hemerocallis 'Pardon Me' Hemerocallis 'Stella d’Oro' Hosta 'First Frost' Iris 'Butter and Sugar' Iris 'Caesar’s Brother' Most Popular and Affordable Varieties Liatris 'Floristan Violet' Paeonia lactiflora double Pink Paeonia lactiflora double Red Paeonia lactiflora double White 6

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

Allium Summer Beauty Astilbe chinensis Visions Astilbe Burgundy Red Astilbe Ellie Brunnera Jack Frost Dicentra spectabilis Dicentra Red Fountain Echinacea Salsa Red Epimedium Sulphureum Geranium Brookside Geranium Rise and Shine Geranium Sweet Heidi Helenium Ruby Tuesday Helenium UFO Carmen Hemerocallis Stella d’Oro Hemerocallis Happy Returns Hemerocallis Entrapment Hemerocallis Chicago Apache Hosta Blue Vision Hosta August Moon Hosta Francee Hosta Guacamole Hosta Frances Williams Hosta Paul’s Glory Great and Most Popular Bare Root Landscape Varieties Ligularia Britt-Marie Crawford Ligularia The Rocket Monarda Balmy Purple Paeonia Alexander Fleming Paeonia Kansas Paeonia Festiva Maxima Perovskia Little Spire Rudbeckia Pot of Gold Salvia Lyrical Blues Sedum Autumn Joy Sedum Xenox 7 Background image: Brunnera 'Jack Frost'

Bare Root Perennials Catalogue 2018 - Darwin Plants

8 Great and Most Popular Bare Root Landscape Varieties Background image: Iris germanica

9 9 Echinacea 'Salsa Red' Geranium 'Brookside' Astilbe chinensis 'Visions' Dicentra spectabilis Allium 'Summer Beauty' Astilbe 'Burgundy Red' Astilbe 'Ellie' Dicentra 'Red Fountain' (P) Geranium 'Sweet Heidy' Brunnera 'Jack Frost' Epimedium 'Sulphureum' Geranium 'Ingwersen’s Variety'

10 Background image: A Mix Of Heuchera Great and Most Popular Bare Root Landscape Varieties

Hosta 'August Moon' Hosta 'Blue Vision' Hosta 'Francee' Hosta 'Guacamole' 11 Hosta 'Frances Williams' Hosta 'Paul’s Glory' Helenium UFO 'Carmen' Hemerocallis 'Happy Returns' Helenium 'Ruby Tuesday' (P) Hemerocallis 'Stella d’Oro' Hemerocallis 'Entrapment' Hemerocallis 'Chicago Apache'

12 Great and Most Popular Bare Root Landscape Varieties Background image: Paeonia 'Bowl of Beauty'

13 Ligularia 'The Rocket' Rudbeckia 'Pot of Gold' Salvia 'Lyrical Blues' Sedum 'Autumn Joy' Sedum 'Xenox' Ligularia 'Britt-Marie Crawford' Monarda 'Balmy Purple' Paeonia 'Alexander Fleming' Paeonia 'Festiva Maxima' Perovskia 'Little Spire' Paeonia 'Kansas'

14 Ordering Information For best availability for your desired ship, please order early. Shipment dates cannot be altered after November 15, 2017 Our packing process begins on November 15, so no changes to your order can be made after this date. Although we do accept orders after this deadline, the selection will be more limited and some varieties will be unavailable. An acknowledgment will be mailed to you as soon as we have processed your order. All orders are subject to crop conditions. We have a long growing season and many unforeseen problems may occur which can damage crops and thereby reduce the amount of plants available. Every effort is made to fulfill orders, but the availability of a particular variety cannot always be guaranteed until we begin shipping. Therefore, we may have to cancel some items from your order at a later date.

ORDERING POT TAGS United Kingdom & Ireland Pot tags are automatically included with your bareroot order. If you do not wish to receive tags, please clearly specify this information when you send or call in your order. Unless otherwise stated we will send 1 tag per plant. Rest of the World Pot tags are only shipped upon request. You can request tags for your complete order by checking the relevant box on the order form. Unless otherwise stated we will send 1 tag per plant. For the following items the tag multiple is one tag per three corms. Convallaria majalis, Crocosmia and Liatris (except for Kobold) Each tag includes full English descriptive information and notes on care and usage. MULTIPLES Product is packed in multiples of 25, with one exception: Paeonies can be ordered in multiples of 5. Bare Root Perennial Ordering Information

15 New Varieties 2018 Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) spinosus •Lilac pink flowers on dark green foliage Jul- Aug 100cm Zones 6-10 Achillea (Yarrow) 'Walther Funcke' millefolium •Deep orange red flowers Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Royal Flush' •Dark purple/blue hooded flowers above red to green foliage Jun- Sep 70cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 100cm Zones 4-8 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Twister' •Large blue with white flowers •Compact growth habit Jun- Jul 70cm Zones 6-9 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Peter Pan' •Spectacular blue flowers •Good for growing in containers Jul- Aug 35cm Zones 7-10 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Silver Moon' •Blue flowers on variegated foliage Jul- Aug 70cm Zones 7-10 Allium 'Globemaster' •Large blue flowers on strong stems Allium 'Purple Sensation' •Large purple flowers on strong stems Allium 'Millennium' •Many smaller intense pink flowers Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Delft Lace' •Light pink flowers on red stems •Blue green foliage Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Fanal' arendsii •Dark red flowers on strong plant Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Freya' arendsii •Intense deep pink flowers •Great border plant May- Jul 90cm Zones 6-10 Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 5-9 May- Jul 80cm Zones 6-10 Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Jul 55cm Zones 4-8

16 New Varieties 2018 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Happy Spirit' arendsii •Creamy white flowers on red stems •Glossy foliage Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Sparkling Stars Pink' •Bright pink flowers •Flowers attract bees and butterflies Bergenia (Pig Squeak) 'Dark Margin' •Magenta purple flowers •Leathery green leaves with red edges Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Iridescent Bells' (P) •Unique purple flowerbuds and lavender blue flowers Jun- Jul 55cm Zones 5-9 Aug- Oct 110cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Chocoholic' •Mauve pink flowers on purple foliage Clematis 'Cassandra' heracleifolia •Clusters of dark blue flowers •Flowers are scented Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Spring Gold' formosa •Soft pink flowers •Chartreuse yellow foliage May- Jul 40cm Zones 3-8 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Cherry Fluff' •Double lime green and pink flowers • Compact plants Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Marmalade' •Spectacular double orange flowers Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 4-9 Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) 'Cleopatra' •Orange red flowers on strong stems Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) 'Pinokkio' •Orange yellow flowers Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) 'Shellford' •Mixed blend of colours Jun- Jul 55cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-7 Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 5-9 May- Jun 130cm Zones 6-10 May- Jun 110cm Zones 6-10 May- Jun 110cm Zones 6-10

17 New Varieties 2018 Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) 'Variegata' ulmaria •White flowers on green foliage with yellow edges Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Jolly Jewel Night' cinereum •Deep pink flowers on a compact strong plant Jun- Aug 25cm Zones 4-9 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Rozanne® ' •Long blooming award winning Geranium Jun- Oct 35cm Zones 4-9 Geum (Avens) 'Apricot Pearl' •Semi double apricot flowers •Early bloomer Apr- May 45cm Zones 5-9 Geum (Avens) 'Pink Fluffy' •Pink purple flowers with a unique flower form Apr- May 45cm Zones 5-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Antique Linen' •Ivory with burgundy eye and edge •Fragrant tetraploid flowers Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Carrick Wildon' •Orange red blend flowers with orange tips and a yellow throat Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Dancing On Air' •Red spider type flower above with green throat •Re-blooming flower Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Crinkled Fantasy' •Cream-yellow flowers with red throat •Re-blooming flower Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Dragon Flight' •Linen yellow re-blooming flowers with violet eye and green throat Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Helix' •Bordeaux red spider type flower above with green throat Jun- Aug 80cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Lavender Blue Baby' •Wide lavender re-blooming flowers with blue center and green throat Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Jul- Sep 70cm Zones 3-9

18 New Varieties 2018 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Snaggle Tooth' •Rich dark pink flowers with white edges Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 35cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Bobcat' •Tetraploid sport of H. Wolverine •Purple flowers •Medium size Hosta 40cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Luna Moth' •Dark green leaves with bright green/yellow margins 25cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Monster Ears' •Green sport of H. Sunset Grooves •Thick green leaves •Medium size Hosta 35cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Velvet Moon' •Tetraploid version of H. Abique Moonbeam •Medium to large Hosta 30cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'White Dove' •Lanceolate green leaves with a white edge •Medium size Hosta May- Jun Zones 3-9 55cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 60cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 70cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 65cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 60cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 65cm Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Black Joker™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Unique variety with three colours •Rich flowering Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Charming Billy™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Red violet petals with yellow signals •Light blue styles Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Jerry Murphy™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Spectacular mix of copper, cream, gold, peach and yellow in the flower Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Miss Apple™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Medium red flowers blended with yellow •Violet red styles Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Painted Woman™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Pearl coloured standard with red-violet veins Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Paprikash™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Violet peach flowers with red speckles •Bright yellow signal

19 New Varieties 2018 Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 5-8 Iris 'Black Form' chrysographes •Deep purple almost black flowers Jun- Jul 85cm Zones 4-9 Iris 'Angel Mountain' ensata •Large blue and white flowers with yellow signals in the center Jun- Jul 100cm Zones 4-9 Iris 'Blue Mandarin' ensata •Large dark blue flowers with yellow signals Jun- Jul 90cm Zones 4-9 Iris 'Eileen’s Dream' ensata •Large maroon velvet flowers Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Iris 'Demon' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Dark purple flowers with yellow beard •Compact plant Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Iris 'Larrikin' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Deep purple flowers with white background Iris 'How Audacious' sibirica •Spectacular colours of purple with yellow May- Jun Zones 3-9 80cm Iris 'Not Quite White' sibirica •Almost white flowers •Good for containers May- Jun Zones 3-9 70cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 80cm Apr- May Zones 4-8 65cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 65cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 70cm Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Pennywhistle™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Violet flowers with gold signals changing to yellow and cream Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Unbuttoned Zippers' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Blend of yellow, red and violet flower Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Uncorked™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •A blend of grey, smoke, beige, mustard and glowing periwinkle Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'White Amber™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Creamy white flowers with yellow edges • Lavender pink falls

20 New Varieties 2018 Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Incandesce' •Most red flowered Kniphofia on the market Jul- Sep 110cm Zones 6-9 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Pandora' dentata •Most compact Ligularia available •Yellow/orange flowers on dark foliage Jul- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8 Nepeta (Catmint) 'Junior Walker' •Many blue flowers on compact plant •Popular variety Paeonia (Peony) 'Border Charm' (Itoh) •Semi double red flowers with red center May- Jun 60cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Canary Brilliants' (Itoh) •Creamy yellow flowers with apricot hues in center May- Jun 75cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Cora Louise' (Itoh) •Striking large semi double white flowers with lavender flares May- Jun 65cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Bella Donna' (Lactiflora Double) •Beautiful strong pink double flowers May- Jun 100cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Big Ben' (Lactiflora Double) •Large deep maroon, double red flowers May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Gay Paree' (Lactiflora Double) •Double pink with white anemone type flowers May- Jun 90cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Aug 35cm Zones 5-9 Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Iris 'Tickety Boo' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Soft pink flowers with blue beard •Compact plant Iris 'Spindazzle' sibirica •Light rose standards, violet halo around golden blaze May- Jun Zones 3-9 75cm Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Twilight' dentata •Intense yellow flowers •Dark foliage Jul- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8

21 New Varieties 2018 Paeonia (Peony) 'Hillary' (Itoh) •Semi double pink flowers that age to cream May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Lollipop' (Itoh) •Semi double bright yellow flowers with dark purple stripes May- Jun 70cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Pastel Splendor' (Itoh) •Single white flowers with shades of pink and yellow May- Jun 75cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Scarlet Heaven' (Itoh) •Single flowers with deep red petals surrounding golden anthers May- Jun 70cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Lady Liberty' (Lactiflora Double) •Double pink flowers with white bomb May- Jun 90cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Raspberry Sundae' (Lactiflora Double) •Double flowers with cream petals and raspberry shades May- June 90cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Red Spider' (Lactiflora Double) •Intense red-rose double flowers •Good grower May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Green Lotus' (Lactiflora Single) •Lime green blooms with pink overtones •Yellow center May- Jun 70cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Honey Gold' (Lactiflora Single) •Yellow center surrounded by white petals May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Le Charme' (Lactiflora Single) •Dark pink flower petals surround a yellow center •Fragrant Paeonia (Peony) 'Tom Cat' (Lactiflora Single) •Creamy yellow center against a backdrop of carmine red May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'White Cap' (Lactiflora Single) •Raspberry single flowers with ivory and pink staminoidia May- Jun 90cm Zones 4-8 May- Jun 110cm Zones 4-8

22 New Varieties 2018 Phlox 'Smokey' paniculata •Mauve flowers with violet pink center Phlox 'Tatjana' paniculata •Purple flame flowers with white heart Phlox 'Zenobia' paniculata •Dark pink flowers •Disease resistant Potentilla (Cinquefoil) 'Esta Ann' •Yellow flowers with red center Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blue Bouquetta' nemorosa •Blue-purple flowers •Rich flowering Jun- Sep 25cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Rose Marvel' nemorosa •Large deep pink flowers •Grey Green foliage Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Censation Tropical Night' •Bright red flowers •'Matrona' type Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 3-8 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Firecracker' •Shiny red foliage with pink flower heads •Sun tolerant Jul- Oct 25cm Zones 3-9 Roots are packed in strong large boxes that protect them during shipping! Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 35cm Zones 4-9 May- Jul 30cm Zones 4-9 Phlox 'Katja' paniculata •Dark purple flowers with a white center Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8

23 Acanthus | Achillea Achillea (Yarrow) Rainbow™ Series 'Tricolor' millefolium •Large yellow with red edge flat flowerheads •Strong stems Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) Rainbow™ Series 'Summerwine' millefolium •Large pink to wine coloured flat flowerheads •Strong stems Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) Rainbow™ Series 'Sparkling Contrast' •Large red with yellow eye flat flowerheads •Strong stems Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) Rainbow™ Series 'Creme de la Creme' •Large creme flat flowerheads •Strong stems Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) mollis •Spikes of showy mauve bracts revealing white flowers •Semi-evergreen foliage Jun- Aug 90cm Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) 'Mornings Candle' •Very decorative purple flowers with prickly purple foliage •Decorative all the way until fall Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 6-10 Zones 6-10 Achillea (Yarrow) Rainbow™ Series 'Yellow Bouquet' •Large yellow flat flowerheads •Strong stems Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) Song Siren™ Series 'Laura' millefolium •Sprays of non-fading, ruby red flowers with extra-large white eyes Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) Song Siren™ Series 'Pretty Belinda' millefolium •Compact and upright habit •Strongly colored pink flowers Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) Song Siren™ Series 'Pretty Woman' millefolium •Non-fading pink blooms highlight the sturdy, upright, well-branched stems Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) 'Love Parade' sibirica •Glossy dark leaves with compact pink daisy flowers Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Acanthus (Bear’s Breeches) spinosus •Lilac pink flowers on dark green foliage Jul- Aug 100cm Zones 6-10

24 Achillea | Aconitum | Agapanthus Achillea (Yarrow) 'Terracotta' millefolium •Unusual brownish orange flowers that fade through shades of golden yellow Jun- Sep 60cm Achillea (Yarrow) 'Moonshine' •Profusely blooming plants with aromatic foliage •Flat clusters of lemon-yellow flowers Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Arendsii' carmichaelii •Large blue flowers •Produces excellent cuts, one of the best Aconitums Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Aconitum (Monkshood) fischeri •Shorter plant with spikes of large purple-blue hooded flowers Jun- Aug 63cm Aconitum (Monkshood) napellus •Blue flowers and very finely divided foliage Jun- Aug 90cm Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Album' napellus •White flowers and very finely-divided foliage Jun- Aug 90cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Eleonara' x cammarum •Off-white flowers with a very narrow blue edge Jun- Aug 100cm Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Stainless Steel' x cammarum •Steel-blue flowers on loosely branched spikes Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Back in Black' •Jet black stems with dark purple-blue flowers which open from near black buds Jul- Aug 65cm Zones 6-10 Achillea (Yarrow) 'Red Velvet' millefolium •Dark rosy-red flowers that don’t fade •One of the best reds Jun- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Achillea (Yarrow) 'Walther Funcke' millefolium •Deep orange red flowers Jun- Sep 70cm Zones 4-8 Aconitum (Monkshood) 'Royal Flush' •Dark purple/blue hooded flowers above red to green foliage Jul- Sep 100cm Zones 4-8

25 Agapanthus | Alchemilla | Allium | Anchusa Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Polar Ice' africanus •Large round white flowerheads on strong stems Jul- Aug 90cm Zones 6-10 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Blue Velvet' •Neat clumps of mid to deep green foliage, flowers deep violet blue Jul- Aug 80cm Zones 6-10 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Headbourne Hybrids' •Large rounded umbels of deep-violet to pale-blue trumpet-shaped flowers Jul- Aug 120cm Zones 6-10 Alchemilla (Lady’s Mantle) mollis •Citrus-yellow flowers over a cushion-like bush of rounded, gray-green woolly-textured foliage May- Aug 45cm Zones 4-8 Allium 'Summer Beauty' •Lush green foliage, consistent through the growing season •Nice round, lavender flowers appear above the foliage May- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9 Anchusa 'Loddon Royalist' azurea •Tall bushy plant with blue buttercup-like flowers Jun- Aug 90cm Zones 3-8 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Peter Pan' •Spectacular blue flowers •Good for growing in containers Jul- Aug 35cm Zones 7-10 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Silver Moon' •Blue flowers on variegated foliage Jul- Aug 70cm Zones 7-10 Agapanthus (African Lily) 'Twister' •Large blue with white flowers •Compact growth habit Jun- Jul 70cm Zones 6-9 Allium 'Globemaster' •Large blue flowers on strong stems May- Jul 90cm Zones 6-10 Allium 'Millennium' •Many smaller intense pink flowers Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 5-9 Allium 'Purple Sensation' •Large purple flowers on strong stems May- Jul 80cm Zones 6-10

26 Anemone Anemone (Windflower) 'Elfin Swan' (P) •Small white flowers with violet blue flowers Aug- Oct 60cm Zones 4-8 Anemone (Windflower) leveillei •Early-blooming species bearing many smallish, single white flowers, flushed blue on the underside Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 4-8 Anemone (Windflower) 'Crispa' hupehensis •Large, ruffled, crispate foliage which is very decorative even before the flowers appear •Single pink flowers Aug- Oct 50cm Anemone (Windflower) 'Praecox' hupehensis •Single dark-pink flowers on lower-growing plants •Earlier bloomer Aug- Oct 50cm Anemone (Windflower) 'September Charm' hupehensis •Large, single rose-pink flowers Aug- Oct 90cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Anemone (Windflower) 'Honorine Jobert' •Single, pure white flowers •Very floriferous Aug- Oct 90cm Anemone (Windflower) 'Andrea Atkinson' •Single, pure white flowers •One of the most vigorous cultivars Aug- Oct 88cm Anemone (Windflower) 'Königin Charlotte' x hybrida •Large, semi-double, mid pink flowers Aug- Oct 90cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Anemone (Windflower) 'Robustissima' tomentosa •Single china-pink flowers •Hardy, vigorous and very floriferous Aug- Oct 75cm Zones 4-8 Anemone (Windflower) 'Max Vogel' x hybrida •Semi-double pearl-pink flowers •Very vigorous cultivar Aug- Oct 88cm Zones 4-8 Anemone (Windflower) 'Pamina' x hybrida •Semi-double lavender-rose flowers Aug- Oct 85cm Anemone (Windflower) 'Whirlwind' x hybrida •Semi-double snow-white flowers with soft ruffled edges Aug- Oct 85cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8

27 Aralia | Aruncus | Aster Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) dioicus •A tall plant with neat Astilbe-like foliage and fine feathery plume-shaped panicles of cream-colored flowers Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 3-7 Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) 'Kneiffii' dioicus •Very delicately cut foliage and airy panicles of white flowers •Shorter than the species Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-7 Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) 'Guinea-Fowl' sylvester •Beautiful foliage with upright flowers for a very nice contrast Apr- Jun 60cm Zones 3-7 Aruncus (Goat’s Beard) 'Misty Lace' •Showy, rich-green, fern-like foliage on red stems with cream flowers Apr- Jun 75cm Zones 3-7 Aster (Daisy) 'Alice Haslam' Dumosus •Masses of large, deep rose pink flowers with striking, golden-yellow centres Aug- Oct 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Apollo' Dumosus •Compact, upright perennial producing clusters of daisy-like, white flower heads in autumn Aug- Oct 25cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Purple Dome' novae-angliae •Stems of fuzzy, narrow, green leaves topped in early fall with vivid, wide, shocking purple daisy flowers Aug- Oct 50cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Marie Ballard' novi-belgii •Forms a clump with clusters of fully double, light violet-blue flowers Aug- Oct 75cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Patricia Ballard' novi-belgii •Double, incurved, clear pink flower heads with yellow centres in summer and autumn Aug- Oct 75cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Royal Ruby' novi-belgii •Rich red, semi-double blooms and a useful dwarf habit •Vibrant variety, bursting into bloom in late summer Aug- Oct 45cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Wood’s Pink' •Clear light-pink flowers •Compact •Very healthy plants with good resistance to mildew and rust Aug- Oct 30cm Zones 4-8 Aralia (Japanese Spikenard) 'Sun King' cordata •Bright gold compound leaves • 2' tall spikes of tiny white flowers followed by black fruit Jun- Jul 90cm Zones 4-8 NOT AVAILABLE FOR UK

28 Aster | Astilbe Astilbe (False Spirea) Expression Series 'Heart and Soul' (P) •Pale pink flowers with a lavender-blue sheen most prevalent at dusk and dawn Jul- Aug 80cm Astilbe (False Spirea) Expression Series 'Alive and Kicking' (P) •Dark rose-pink flowers •Robust, fast-growing plants with strong stems due to chinensis crossing Jul 100cm Astilbe (False Spirea) Expression Series 'Stand and Deliver' (P) •Large, full, bright-pink plumes •Dark-green foliage has curling, toothed edges Jul- Aug 80cm Astilbe (False Spirea) Expression Series 'Diamonds and Pearls' (P) •The most robust white flowered Astilbe chinensis •Dark-green foliage Jul- Aug 70cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Music Series 'Country and Western' (P) •A colorful feathery flower with bright puffy pink blooms and shiny deep green foliage Jul- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Music Series 'Hip Hop' (P) •Light pink plumes with a hot-pink stamen for an amazing contrast Jul- Aug 70cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Music Series 'Jump and Jive' (P) •Fluffy plumes in a bright magenta- pink or purple-red shade, over a mound of elegant, lacy green leaves Jul- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Music Series 'Rock and Roll' (P) •Stocky white flowers on red stems above very dark green foliage with a bronze tint Jul- Aug 60cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Music Series 'Rhythm and Blues' (P) •Early summer bloomer, with bright raspberry-pink plumes that contrast nicely with the dark green foliage Jul- Aug 70cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Mighty® Series 'Mighty® Pip' chinensis •Vigorous tall grower with light pink flowers May- Jul 120cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Mighty® Series 'Mighty® Plonie' chinensis •Vigorous tall grower with white flowers May- Jul 120cm Zones 4-8 Aster (Daisy) 'Wood’s Purple' •Clear light-purple flowers •Compact •Very healthy plants with good resistance to mildew and rust Aug- Oct 30cm Zones 4-8

29 Astilbe Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Pink (P) •Bright pink plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Lilac (P) •Lavender-pink plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Zones 3-8 Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Cerise (P) •Cherry-red plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Carmine (P) •Fuchsia-red plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Ruby Red (P) •Ruby Red plumes May- Jun 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series 'Raspberry' (P) •Bright raspberry plumes May- Jun 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Red (P) •Red plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Zones 3-8

30 Astilbe chinensis, japonica, simplicifolia Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Deutschland' Japonica •Short, compact, creamy white plumes •Good for forcing Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Darwin’s Snow Sprite' Simplicifolia •Loosely formed, small, white plumes Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Color Flash Lime' (P) •Chartreuse foliage emerging to lime green •Light pink flowers May- Jul 60cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Color Flash' (P) •Pink flowers above season changing leaf colour •Sun tolerant May- Jul 60cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Darwin’s Dream' •Deep-pink flowers in dense plumes •Shiny, dark-green foliage •Produces many flowers Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique White (P) •White plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique SilveryPink (P) •Silver to light pink plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Burgundy Red' •Long-lasting deep-red flowers – very good color •Glossy deep-green foliage Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Cappuccino' •Pure white flowers •Strong dark foliage May- Jul 40- 50cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Chocolate Shogun' (P) chinensis •Dark chocolate foliage creates a great contrast with pink flowers Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) Younique Series Younique Salmon (P) •Salmon to light pink plumes Jun- Jul 30- 40cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Delft Lace' •Light pink flowers on red stems •Blue green foliage

31 Astilbe arendsii, hybride, chinensis, japonica, simplicifolia Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Little Vision in Pink' (P) chinensis •Sturdy, upright plumes of strong, pink flowers above rich-green foliage, more sun tolerant Jul- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Ellie' Japonica •Very full and large pure-white plumes that fade to green rather than brown •The best white variety Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Montgomery' Japonica •Dark-red flowers in dense plumes Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Hennie Graafland' Simplicifolia •Pale-rose flowers in loose plumes over dark-green foliage Jul- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Flamingo' (P) Arendsii •Long, arching flamingo-pink plumes, drooping gracefully over handsome glossy green foliage Jun- Jul 75cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Key West' (P) Simplicifolia •Red flowerbuds that open to pink •Long flowering •Long blooming Jul- Aug 45cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Key Largo' (P) Simplicifolia •Raspberry pink plumes •Long blooming •Summer flowering Jul- Aug 45cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Lollypop' •Short and full pale pink flower plumes with a white sheen •Red-stemmed, glossy green foliage Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Look At Me' (P) •Amazing contrast between the pink blooms and red stems Jul- Aug 45cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Fanal' arendsii •Dark red flowers on strong plant Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Freya' arendsii •Intense deep pink flowers •Great border plant Jun- Jul 55cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Happy Spirit' arendsii •Creamy white flowers on red stems •Glossy foliage Jun- Jul 55cm Zones 4-8

32 Astilbe chinensis, japonica, simplicifolia, thunbergii Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Sprite' Simplicifolia •Pale rose plumes and bronze green foliage Aug 30cm Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Straussenfeder' Thunbergii •Deep dusty-rose flowers in long, drooping plumes Jul- Aug 88cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Vision in Pink' (P) chinensis •Strong-pink flowers and rich-green foliage Jul- Aug 65cm Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Visions' (P) chinensis •Sturdy, thick-fluffed, bright mauve plumes and robust dark-green foliage Jun- Jul 45cm Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Vision in Red' (P) chinensis •Purple-red flowers opening from deep-red buds •Red stems and dark bronze-green foliage Jun- Jul 45cm Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Vision in White' chinensis •Conical plumes of long-lasting white flowers over deep-green foliage with hints of bronze Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Pumila' chinensis •Purple-pink flower plumes in a short, cone-like shape Jul- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Pink Lightning' (P) Simplicifolia •Very dark foliage and light pink plumes Jul 40cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Red Sentinel' Japonica •Full, intense-red plumes Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Rheinland' Japonica •Profuse pink bloomer with short, full plumes Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 3-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Spotlight' (P) chinensis •Light pink flowers above dark foliage •Long flowering May- Jul 50cm Zones 4-8 Astilbe (False Spirea) 'Peach Blossom' Japonica •Light salmon-pink, short and narrow compact plumes Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 3-8

33 Astrantia | Athyrium Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Roma' (P) major •Large silver-pink flower heads cupped in fine bracts Jun- Sep 70cm Zones 4-8 Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Star of Beauty' (P) major •Two-tone bracts form a white centre with deep dusty-purple tips •Flowers are also white and purple Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Rosea' major •Rosy pink flower heads •Compact plant Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Star of Billion' (P) major •Airy plants topped with beautiful, glossy green-and-white blooms •Flowers all summer long! Jun- Sep 60cm Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Star of Fire' (P) major •Large flower, dark stems, dark-red flower Jun- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Super Star' major •Pale purple flowers are surrounded by off-white bracts Jun- Sep 70cm Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Ruby Wedding' major •Dark red flower heads •Reblooms in late summer/fall Jun- Sep 55cm Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Midnight Owl' major •Very large purple-red flowers •Good upright habit Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Zones 4-8 Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Venice' (P) major •Exceptionally dark red flowers •Plants have a good upright habit Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Athyrium (Lady Fern) niponicum var. pictum •Metallic gray-green foliage linked by purple-red rachis 50cm Zones 4-8 Athyrium (Lady Fern) 'Lady in Red' filix-femina •Green fronds with burgundy-red stems 75cm Zones 4-8 Astrantia (Masterwort) 'Sparkling Stars Pink' •Bright pink flowers •Flowers attract bees and butterflies Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-7

34 Athyrium | Belamcanda | Bergenia | Bletilla Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Dragonfly™ Series 'Spring Fling' •Purple foliage with many deep pink flowers Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Dragonfly™ Series 'Sakura' •Compact habit like ‘Pink Dragonfly’ but with double to semi-double pink flowers Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Bergenia (Pig Squeak) 'Bach' •Glossy red-flushed winter foliage •Sugar-pink flowers when mature Bergenia (Pig Squeak) 'Magic Giant' •Huge, purple-tinted leaves which turn purple-bronze in winter •Rosy-pink flowers on red stem Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) 'Alba' striata •White flowers above sword-shaped green leaves Apr- May 40cm Zones 5-9 Athyrium (Lady Fern) vidalii •Graceful fern with an open habit •New growth has a red flush 80cm Belamcanda(Leopard Flower) 'Freckle Face' chinensis •Loose clusters of pale-orange flowers brightly decorated with red spots •Shiny black seeds after flowering Jun- Jul 35cm Zones 6-10 Zones 5-10 Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Dragonfly™ Series 'Angel Kiss' •Soft, sweet, semi double, white to pink flowers in great abundance •Winter foliage is very dark Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Dragonfly™ Series 'Flirt' •Small cute Bergenia with shiny foliage •Deep pink flowers Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Bergenia (Pig Squeak) Dragonfly™ Series 'Pink Dragonfly' •Narrow leaves, with brilliant purple winter color, erupt in luscious bright pink flowers Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8 Athyrium (Lady Fern) 'Ursula’s Red' niponicum •Silvery fronds with a red-tinged central stripe 30cm Zones 4-8 Bergenia (Pig Squeak) 'Dark Margin' •Magenta purple flowers •Leathery green leaves with red edges Apr- May 40cm Zones 4-8

35 Bletilla | Brunnera Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) 'Blue Dragon' striata •Lavender-blue flowers above sword-shaped green leaves Apr- May 40cm Zones 5-9 Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) 'Alba Variegated' striata •White flowers above variegated foliage Apr- May 40cm Zones 5-9 Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) 'Kuchibeni' striata •White flowers with a purple lip •Green foliage Apr- May 40cm Zones 5-9 Bletilla (Chinese ground Orchid) 'Shi-ran' striata •Purple-pink flowers above green foliage Apr- May 40cm Zones 5-9 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Alexander’s Great' (P) macrophylla •Forms a gigantic mound of very large, heart-shaped, heavily silvered leaves Apr- Jun 35cm Zones 3-8 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Green Gold' macrophylla •Lemon Green foliage with blue flowers Apr- Jun 25- 30cm Zones 3-8 Apr- Jun 30cm Zones 3-8 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Jack Frost' (P) macrophylla •Large silver leaves with green veins •Blue flowers

36 Brunnera | Calla Calla 'Odessa' •Dark purple-black flowers above green foliage Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Apr- Jun 30cm Zones 3-8 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) macrophylla •Heart-shaped leaves, dark green with bubbly, rough-textured surface •Sprays of small, purple-blue flowers in early spring Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Silver Heart' (P) macrophylla •Similar to ‘Looking Glass’ although this new selection has much thicker, non-melting foliage and deep blue flowers Apr- Jun 15- 30cm Zones 3-8 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'King’s Ransom' (P) macrophylla •Wide, creamy yellow margin and light cream frosting over the remainder of the silver leaves Apr- Jun 30cm Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Looking Glass' (P) macrophylla •All silver, shiny leaved sport of B. 'Jack Frost' •Blue flowers Apr- Jun 35cm Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Henry’s Eyes' macrophylla •Green leaves and light blue flowers, early bloomer Apr- Jun 30cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Calla 'Dark Eyes' •Deep rose blooms with a purple throat •Green foliage Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Calla 'Albomaculata' •Creamy white flowers above green leaves with white spots Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Variegata' macrophylla •Variegated leaves with large, clear white edges •Lilac Forget-Me-Not-like flowers Apr- Jun 30cm Zones 3-8 Calla 'Flame' •Dark yellow flowers with red edge turning to flame red Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Calla 'Garnet Glow' •Hot pink blooms with dark eyes •Uniform plant Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Brunnera (Heartleaf Alkanet) 'Hadspen Cream' macrophylla •Leaves variegated with creamy-white margins •Blue flowers Apr- Jun 30cm Zones 3-8

37 Calla | Campanula glomerata, lactiflora, trachelium Calla 'Yellow Queen' •Large golden-yellow flowers with variegated foliage Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Calla 'Red Alert' •Red-orange flowers with variegated foliage Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Calla 'Picasso' •Bi-colour Calla with cream flower that opens with deep blue center Jun- Oct 45cm Zones 7-10 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Freya' (P) glomerata •Intense violet-purple flowers, massed in rounded clusters of up to 15 flowers Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Campanula (Bellflower) Genti Blue glomerata •Extremely compact and sturdy plants with intense blue flowers Jun- Aug 35cm Campanula (Bellflower) Genti White glomerata •Extremely compact and sturdy plants with deep flowers in clear white colour Jun- Aug 35cm Zones 3-8 Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 3-8 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Border Blues' (P) lactiflora (Milky Bellflower) •Improvement of ‘Prichard’s Variety’ •Deep violet flowers Campanula (Bellflower) 'Purple Sensation' (P) •Very dark purple flowers opening from near black buds Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Bernice' trachelium (Siberian Bellflower) •Double, purple blue flowers •Strong and easy to grow Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-8 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Kent Belle' •Sturdy, upright plant with 2" glossy purple bell-shaped flowers Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-8 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Sarastro' •Fragrant, dark violet-blue bell-shaped flowers •Similar to ‘Kent Belle’ but shorter with better branching Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Iridescent Bells' (P) •Unique purple flowerbuds and lavender blue flowers Jun- Jul 55cm Zones 5-9

38 Campanula | Canna Campanula (Bellflower) 'Twisterbell' (P) •Produces unique blue and white bicolour flowers, profuse bloomer with large terminal clusters of blue flowers Jun- Aug 50- 60cm Zones 3-8 Canna 'Alberich' •Rose-pink flowers •Green foliage Jul- Sep 80cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Eric Neubert' •Orange flowers •Green foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Aphrodite' •Deep pink flowers •Bronze-green foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Stuttgart' •Orange flowers on green-white variegated foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Roj Humbert' •Red flowers •Bronze foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Lucifer Red' •Large red flowers •Green foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Louis Cottin' •Yellow-peach blooms •Bronze foliage Jul- Sep 60cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Golden Girl' •Golden-yellow flowers •Green foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Futurity Red' •Crimson flowers •Burgundy foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Taroudant' •Orange flowers with yellow edge •Green foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Campanula (Bellflower) 'Silver Bells' •Eye-catching, purple-red foliage cast with a lustrous sheen gives rise to beautiful deep red stems and soft pink flowers Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8

39 Canna | Centaurea | Chelone | Cimicifuga Canna 'Vanilla Cream' •Creamy white flowers •Green foliage Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Canna 'Wyoming' •Briliant orange flowers •Dark bronze leaves Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 7-10 Centaurea (Cornflower) 'Purple Heart' montana (Mountain Bluet) •White ray flowers with purple centers •Unique bi-color variety Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-8 Centaurea (Cornflower) 'Breeders Mix' •Mix of beautiful colors Jun- Aug 50- 90cm Zones 3-8 Chelone (Turtlehead) obliqua •Contrasting deep colors •Tough, dark-green, serrate-edged leaves •Deep-pink hooded flowers Jul- Sep 60cm Zones 4-9 Centaurea (Cornflower) 'Cara Mia' •Bold pink flowers that emerge from fuzzy brown and black buds over a long period in summer Jun- Aug 30- 60cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Atropurpurea' ramosa •Ivory-white flowers •Purple-green foliage and stems flushed with green Aug- Oct 150cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Brunette' ramosa •Pinky-white flowers and dark-purple foliage Aug- Oct 150cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Pink Spike' ramosa •Pale pink flowers and dark bronze-purple foliage Aug- Oct 150cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Black Negligee' simplex •One of the blackest forms to date Aug- Oct 125- 150cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) racemosa •Fragrant white flowers •Green foliage Aug- Oct 130cm Zones 3-8 Aug- Oct 110cm Zones 3-8 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) 'Chocoholic' •Mauve pink flowers on purple foliage

40 Cimicifuga | Clematis | Convallaria | Coreopsis | Cosmos | Crocosmia Clematis 'China Purple' •Small, reflexed, tubular purple flowers •Non-climber, sub-shrub Jul- Sep 120cm Zones 3-8 Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) majalis •Fragrant white bell-shaped flowers •Shipped in multiples of 25 May- Jun 15cm Zones 3-8 Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) 'Prolificans' majalis •Sought-after double flowered form •Fragrant May- Jun 15cm Zones 3-8 Convallaria (Lily of the Valley) 'Rosea' majalis •Fragrant pale-pink flowers May- Jun 15cm Zones 3-8 Coreopsis (Tickseed) 'Moonbeam' verticillata •Smaller lemon-yellow flowers Jun- Sep 45cm Zones 4-9 Coreopsis (Tickseed) 'Tweety' (P) verticillata •Bright yellow, very short and winterhardy variety Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Coreopsis (Tickseed) 'Zagreb' verticillata •A cushioned nest of incredibly fine thread-like foliage, netted in shining canary-yellow flowers Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Cosmos 'atrosanguineus' •Single black-maroon flowers •Vanilla fragrance Jun- Sep 80cm Zones 6-10 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Carmine Brilliant' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Narrow foliage and sprays of carmine-pink flowers opening from bright red buds Jun- Aug 45- 60cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Columbus' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Large yellow/orange flowers on strong stems Jun- Aug 60- 65cm Zones 4-9 Cimicifuga (Bugbane) racemosa var.cordifolia •White flower spikes •Flowers later than the species •Fewer but larger leaflets Aug- Oct 150cm Zones 3-8 Clematis 'Cassandra' heracleifolia •Clusters of dark blue flowers •Flowers are scented Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 5-9

41 Crocosmia | Dahlia Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Emily McKenzie' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 6-up •Shorter plants with golden-orange flowers with deep-red markings Jun- Aug 38cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Harlequin' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Flowersbuds are red/orange that open to yellow flowers Jun- Aug 60- 65cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'George Davidson' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Dwarf plants with yellow flowers and narrow grass-like foliage Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Gerbe d’Or' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Shorter plants with warm-yellow flowers and bronze-green foliage Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Limpopo' (P) per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Pinkish-orange blooms in tight clusters that last well Jun- Aug 75- 90cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Honey Angels' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Lance shaped green leaves and yellow flowers with cream throats Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Lucifer' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 10+ •Double rows of orange-red, lily-like flowers along arching dark-bronze stems Jun- Aug 125cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Ministar' per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Shorter plant with orange red flowers Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9 Crocosmia (Montbretia) 'Okavango' (P) per 25, tags 1:3 Size 8-10 •Large orange-salmon-peach flowers held together in tight clusters Jun- Aug 75- 90cm Zones 4-9 Dahlia Cactus Series 'Playa Blanca' (For 6" pots) •White, semi cactus type Jul- Oct 35cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Cactus Series 'Red Pigmy' (For 6" pots) •Red, semi cactus type Jul- Oct 35cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Cactus Series 'Yellow Happiness' (For 6" pots) •Yellow, semi cactus type Jul- Oct 35cm Zones 7-10

42 Dahlia Dahlia Dark Angel Series 'Dracula' (P) (Dark Foliage) •Warm purple-red flower, dark purple-red foliage Jul- Oct 35- 40cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Autumn Fairy' (Large Flowered) •Good pot variety with decorative orange flowers Jul- Oct 35cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Brigitta Alida' (Large Flowered) •Black-red dinnerplate Jul- Oct 40in Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Claudette' (Large Flowered) •Knockout purple-pink blooms Jul- Oct 20in Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Dazzling Magic' (Large Flowered) •Orange-yellow flowers with red edge Jul- Oct 36in Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Fleurel' (Large Flowered) •White with a cream-toned center Jul- Oct 36in Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Kelvin Floodlight' (Large Flowered) •Yellow flowers Jul- Oct 112cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Little Tiger' (Large Flowered) •Red, white tips, decorative type Jul- Oct 35cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Firepot' (Large Flowered) •Salmon-orange with yellow center Jul- Oct 50cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'Vancouver' (Large Flowered) •Purple-white flowers Jul- Oct 112cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Decorative Series 'White Perfection' (Large Flowered) •White flowers Jul- Oct 44in Zones 7-10 Dahlia Dark Angel Series 'Braveheart' (P) (Dark Foliage) •Dark-purple •Dark foliage Jul- Oct 35- 40cm Zones 7-10

43 Dahlia Dahlia Happy Single Series 'Juliet' (P) (For 6" pots) •Compact variety with dark foliage and single rich pink flowers with a dark center Jul- Oct 60cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Melody Series 'Dixie' (For 8" pots) •Cream white center with lilac tips Jul- Oct 56cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Paeonia Series 'Bishop of Llandaff' (Bronze foliage) •Peony like dahlia with single red flowers and dark bronze foliage Jul- Oct 112cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Paeonia Series 'Fascination' (Bronze foliage) •Lavender, decorative flower •Flowers up to 5" Jul- Oct 35cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia Melody Series 'Allegro' (For 8" pots) •Full flowers are a complex mix of pink, salmon and with a lilac-tinted reverse Jul- Oct 24in Zones 7-10 Dahlia Melody Series 'Bolero' (For 8" pots) •Clear red flowers Jul- Oct 22in Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Happy Butterfly' (Single Flowering) •Salmon to apricot with purple heart surrounded by bright yellow Jul- Oct 44in Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Berliner Orange' •Pot variety with orange flowers Jul- Oct 40cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Berliner Kleene' •Pot variety with rose-pink flowers Jul- Oct 40cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Garden Wonder' •Large 8 inch red dinnerplate flowers Jul- Oct 90cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Carribean Fantasy' •Dinnerplate flowers with yellow – white and red colours Jul- Oct 90cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Cafe Au Lait' •Large dinnerplate apricot flowers Jul- Oct 110cm Zones 7-10

44 Dahlia | Darmera | Delphinium Dahlia 'Twynings Smartie' (Single Flowering) •Mixed purple and white petals with a yellow heart •Amazing contrast! Jul- Oct 80cm Zones 7-10 Dahlia 'Seattle' •Large 6 inch yellow flowers with white tips Jul- Oct 90cm Zones 7-10 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Bolero' (P) •Double blue-purple flowers on strong stems 75cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Crystal Delight' (P) •Pale lilac with green centre and is the frilliest 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Moon Light' (P) •Pale lilac, barely bordered with blue, with green centre, flower spike 16"/40cm tall by 4"/10cm wide 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Morning Sunrise' (P) •White with a green centre 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Sweet Sensation' (P) •Frilly blooms of bright mauve-purple, kissed with blue-green 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Flamenco' (P) •Double purple-red flowers on strong stems 75cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Cha Cha' (P) •Double soft lavender flowers on strong stems 75cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) Highlander® Series 'Blueberry Pie' (P) •Deep lilac in colour with a green centre and a blue tint to the rear petals 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Darmera (Umbrella Plant) peltata (syn. Peltiphyllum peltatum) •Large, rounded clusters of red-centered, blush-white flowers rise on thick stalks before the clumped foliage Apr- May 75cm Zones 4-8 Dahlia 'Mom’s Special' •Large 8 inch lavender dinnerplate flowers Jul- Oct 110cm Zones 7-10

45 Delphinium | Dicentra Delphinium (Larkspur) 'Darwin’s Blue Indulgence' (P) Elatum •Triple-layered rich blue flowers 120cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) 'Darwin’s Pink Indulgence' (P) Elatum •Triple-layered, dusty pink flowers •Plants are a little shorter 90cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) 'La Boheme' •Violet-blue buds open into double white flowers with green flushes and dramatic purple and blue markings 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) 'Indigo Indulgence' •Triple-layered, rich purple flowers •Plants are a little shorter 75cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 100cm Jun- Aug Zones 4-9 Delphinium (Larkspur) 'Wishful Thinking' (P) •Large double lavender flowers with blue edges •Strong plants with good resistance to mildew Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Western Series 'Aurora' formosa •White flowers and grayish foliage •Very vigorous •Bare root 1 May- Jul 30cm Zones 3-8 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Western Series 'Bacchanal' formosa •Dark red flowers •Large, grayish foliage •Bare root 1 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Western Series 'Luxuriant' formosa •Cerise-pink flowers, spring-green foliage; very vigorous •Bare root 1 May- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 May- Jul 30cm Zones 3-8 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Old Fashioned Series spectabilis spectabilis •Broad, deep-pink, heart-shaped flowers along arching stems •2-3 eye/3-5 eye Apr- May 75cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Old Fashioned Series 'Alba' spectabilis •Broad, white, heart-shaped flowers along arching stems •2-3 eye/3-5 eye Apr- May 75cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) Old Fashioned Series 'Gold Heart' (P) spectabilis •Pink hearts hung along arching stems, overlook a bushy growth of unusually colored golden-yellow, deep-lobed foliage; 2-3 eye Apr- May 60cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Amore™ Rose' (P) •Bright rose pink flowers crowd over the lacy blue-green foliage to greet you in the garden •Bare root 1 May- Aug 25cm Zones 3-8

46 Dicentra Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Candy Hearts' (P) •Dark-rose flowers over robust blue-green foliage •Continously re-blooms •Bare root 1 Mar- Sep 25cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Ivory Hearts' (P) •White flowers over robust blue-green foliage •Continuously re-blooms •Bare root 1 Mar- Sep 25cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Red Fountain' (P) •Rich flowering with green-gray foliage •Upright, dark red flowers •Bare root 1 Apr- Oct 30cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Love Hearts' (P) •Pure white heart shaped blooms lined with purple •Blue-green, fern-like foliage •Bare root 1 Apr- May 25- 30cm Zones 3-8 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'King of Hearts' •Rich rosy-pink flowers over a long season •Bare root 1 May- Aug 25cm Zones 3-8 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Valentine' (P) •Heart-shaped, red flowers, dark gray-green foliage •Roots 2-3 / 3-5 eye Apr- May 75cm Zones 3-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Burning Hearts' (P) •Rich flowering with gray-green foliage and dark red flowers •Grape-scented plants •Bare root 1 Apr- Oct Zones 3-9 25cm

47 Dicentra | Disporum | Dodecatheon | Dryopteris | Echinacea Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Sweet Hearts' •Blue Grey foliage with soft pink flowers •Bare root 1 May- Jul 30cm Zones 3-8 Disporum (Yellow Fairy Bells) flavens •Emerges gracefully in early mid spring with stiff stalks adorned with apple green leaves and nodding lemon yellow bells in May May- Jun 45- 60cm Zones 5-9 Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) jeffreyi •Purple-pink, reflex-petaled flowers on stiff, slightly sticky stems, above small clump-forming rosettes of long oval leaves May- Jun 25cm Zones 4-8 Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) meadia •Loose umbels of lilac-pink, reflex-petaled flowers on stiff stems, above small clump-forming rosettes of long oval leaves May- Jun 30cm Zones 4-8 Dryopteris (Wood Ferns) 'Brilliance' erythrosora (Japanese Shield Fern) •New spring fronds emerge bright copper-orange 35cm Zones 4-9 Dodecatheon (Shooting Star) 'Aphrodite' (P) meadia •Robust plants with larger flowers May- Jun 50cm Zones 4-8 Echinacea (Coneflower) Double Scoop™ Series 'Lemon Cream' (P) •Vibrant Lemon yellow double flowers Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Double Scoop™ Series Bubble Gum (P) •Magenta pink Jun- Aug 70- 75cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Double Scoop™ Series 'Mandarin' (P) •Non-fading, bright, tropical orange colour •First year flowering! Jun- Aug 56- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Double Scoop™ Series Orangeberry (P) •Hot orange and red bicolour Jun- Aug 70- 75cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Double Scoop™ Series Raspberry (P) •Vibrant, raspberry pink Jun- Aug 70- 75cm Zones 4-9 Dicentra (Bleeding Heart) 'Spring Gold' formosa •Soft pink flowers •Chartreuse yellow foliage •Bare root 1 May- Jul 40cm Zones 3-8

48 Echinacea Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series 'Baja Burgundy' (P) •Burgundy-pink flowers Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series Lemon Yellow (P) •Bright, lemon-yellow Jun- Aug 55- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series Flamenco Orange (P) •Rich, deep orange Jun- Aug 55- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series Hot Coral (P) •Bright, coral-orange Jun- Aug 55- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series 'Adobe Orange' (P) •A well-matched, bright pumpkin orange addition to the series Jun- Aug 56- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series Sandy Yellow (P) •Bright, light yellow Jun- Aug 55- 60cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Aug 70- 75cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Double Scoop™ Series Cranberry (P) •Deep cranberry shade

49 Echinacea Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Doppeldecker' purpurea •A second layer of purple petals forms on the top of the cone Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Green Envy' (P) purpurea •Unique in both color and form •Broad lime-green petals flushed red towards the base around a green cone Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Fatal Attraction' (P) purpurea •Rich purple-pink flowers on strong black stems •Intense flower color Jun- Aug 55- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) Sombrero® Series Salsa Red (P) •Rich, deep red Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Green Jewel' (P) purpurea •Green petals around a large green cone •Large, fragrant flowers. Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Kim’s Knee High' (P) purpurea •Dwarf with mauve-pink petals drooping back around a burned-red center Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Cherry Fluff' •Double lime green and pink flowers • Compact plants Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-9

50 Echinacea | Epimedium Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Galadriel' rubrum •Larger rich ruby-red flowers than the species Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-9 Epimedium (Barrenwort) rubrum •Mid-green, heart-shaped leaves, tinged with red when young, turning pale-green in summer and coppery-red and yellow in fall Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-9 Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Lilafee' grandiflorum •Lavender-violet flowers and bright-green foliage •Vigorous and floriferous cultivar Apr- May 20cm Zones 4-9 Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Niveum' youngianum •Pure white flowers Apr- May 20cm Zones 4-9 Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Roseum' youngianum •Lavender-pink flowers Apr- May 20cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Pink Passion' (P) purpurea •Beautiful full pink flowers Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Sensation Pink' •Rich flowering variety with bright pink flowers Jun- Aug 50- 60cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Orange Passion' (P) •Brilliant orange cone flower which makes a compact bush, producing many large fragrant flowers Jun- Aug 60- 75cm Zones 4-9 Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Frohnleiten' perralchicum •Showy yellow flowers Apr- May 38cm Zones 4-9 Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Fire Dragon' (P) •Extraordinary color combination of yellow and light purple flowers over green foliage Apr- May 35cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Yellow Passion' (P) purpurea •Large dark yellow flowers Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-9 Echinacea (Coneflower) 'Marmalade' •Spectacular double orange flowers Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 4-9

51 Epimedium | Eremurus | Eryngium | Eupatorium Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 4-8 Eryngium (Sea Holly) 'Blue Hobbit' planum •Unique dwarf strain, short stems produce metallic-blue sprays that remain attractive for weeks 25- 30cm Zones 4-8 Eryngium (Sea Holly) 'Jade Frost' (P) planum •Variegated foliage with blue-green centers framed in white margins •Young leaves have pink margins •Light-blue flowers Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) stenophyllus •Tall (14 Inch) yellow flowerspikes May- Jun 100cm Zones 6-10 Eryngium (Sea Holly) 'Blue Jackpot' (P) •Blue flowers surrounded by very large frilled blue bracts •Strong stems that are also blue near the top Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Aug Epimedium (Barrenwort) 'Sulphureum' versicolor •Dainty sulphur-yellow star-shaped flowers Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-9 Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) 'Atropurpureum'maculatum •Purple-tinted foliage •Wine-red flowers July 180cm Zones 4-8 Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) 'Red Dwarf'maculatum •Shortest Eupatorium cultivar •Stems are topped in midsummer with large heads of rich pink-wine flowers July 120cm Zones 4-8 Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) 'Snow Ball'maculatum •Well branched variety with white flowers July 80cm Zones 4-8 Eupatorium (Joe Pye Weed) 'Chocolate' rugosum •Dark bronze-purple lanceolate foliage and creamy-white flowers July 175cm Zones 4-8 Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) 'Cleopatra' •Orange red flowers on strong stems May- Jun 130cm Zones 6-10 Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) 'Pinokkio' •Orange yellow flowers May- Jun 110cm Zones 6-10 Eremurus (Foxtail Lily) 'Shellford' •Mixed blend of colours May- Jun 110cm Zones 6-10

52 Filipendula | Geranium cinereum, endressii, himalayense Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) 'Red Umbrellas' •Green leaves heavily veined with crimson •In early summer, the plants are topped with umbels of pink Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Ballerina' cinereum (Grayleaf Geranium) •Iced pink flowers with very dark-maroon veining and centres May- Sep 15cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Melody' (P) cinereum •Large red flowers •Good for containers and rockgardens May- Sep 15cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Derrick Cook' himalayense (syn. G. grandiflorum) •Large white flowers with dark veins from late spring to autumn •Amazingly floriferous! Jun- Aug 45- 60cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Kaya' himalayense •Strong plant with striking blue flowers May- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8 Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) 'Venusta' rubra •Wide, cloud-like panicles of deep carmine-pink flowers Jul- Sep 180cm Zones 4-8 Filipendula (Meadow Sweet) 'Variegata' ulmaria •White flowers on green foliage with yellow edges Jul- Sep 70cm Zones 3-9 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Jolly Jewel Night' cinereum •Deep pink flowers on a compact strong plant Jun- Aug 25cm Zones 4-9 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Penny Lane' (P) cinereum •Deep pink flowers •Good for containers and rockgardens May- Sep 15cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Purple Pillow'(P) cinereum (Grayleaf Geranium) •Unique purple flowers and blue-green foliage •Long-blooming period May- Sep 15cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Wargrave Pink' endressii •Plenty of small salmon-pink flowers •Reblooms May- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Plenum' himalayense (syn. G. grandiflorum) •Smaller, double violet-blue flowers •Very good double flowered variety May- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8

53 Geranium macrorrhizum, oxonianum, phaeum, pratense, sanguineum Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Double Jewel'(P) pratense •Unique double, white flower with a rich purple heart •Foliage is an intense dark-green May- Sep 43cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Hocus Pocus' pratense •Dark bronze-purple foliage and lavender-purple flowers •Grows well and has large flowers for a dark-leaved geranium May- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Ingwersen’s Variety' macrorrhizum •Pale pink flowers May- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Laura'(P) pratense •More mildew resistance •Very nice double white Geranium, rich flowering, and produces new flush of flowers late summer May- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Samobor' phaeum (Mourning Widow) •Very distinctive foliage patterned with a ring of dark brown blotches •Small, nodding brownish flowers May- Sep 63cm Zones 4-8 May- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Midnight Reiter' pratense •Dwarf selection from G. ‘Victor Reiter’ •Small dark bronze tinged foliage •Blue flowers Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Purple Ghost' pratense •Purple brown foliage with soft Lavender flowers •Good grower May- Sep 35- 40cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Tess' oxonianum •Dark foliage with green edges •White flowers May- Sep 35- 40cm Zones 4-8 May- Sep 25cm Zones 3-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) sanguineum •Low-growing, longblooming Geranium •Foliage turns red in fall, deep purple-magenta flowers Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Album' sanguineum •Clear white flowers •An excellent cultivar with a looser habit than the species May- Sep 35cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Ankum’s Pride' sanguineum •Intense pink flowers with narrow purple veins May- Sep 15cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Canon Miles' sanguineum •Cerise-pink flowers subtly defined with a blended white eye and edges, and overlaid in simple dark-pink veining May- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8

54 Geranium sanguineum, wallichianum Jun- Dec 30cm Zones 4-9 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Rise and Shine' (P) wallichianum •Lilac blue flowers with a white center surrounded by a dark ring •Blooms untill frost Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Max Frei' sanguineum •Deep purple-pink flowers set off with darker foliage •Compact variety May- Sep 20cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Elke' sanguineum •Unique dark pink flowers with red veins have an eye-catching white edge May- Sep 23cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) var. striatum sanguineum •Lightly ruffled, full-formed shell-pink flowers with pink veins •Dwarf habit May- Sep 23cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Crystal Lake' (P) wallichianum •A long blooming geranium •Blooms are crystal blue with dark purple veins May- Sep 48cm Zones 4-8 May- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Blue Sunrise' (P) wallichianum •Compact variety with silver-blue flowers •Very long blooming – until frost Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Ann Folkard' •Cupped rich purple-magenta flowers with a black center •Gold-green, deeply divided foliage May- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8

55 Geranium endressii, phaeum, oxonianum, sanguineum | Geum Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Patricia' •Large, ‘dayglo’ pink flowers with dark maroon veins and center •Very strong, distinctive color May- Sep 63cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Tiny Monster' •This vigorous grower blooms time and time again, providing purple-pink flowers for several months May- Sep 70cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Sweet Heidy' (P) •Colorful flowers with distinct white centers surrounded by pink, fusing into blue at the edges and dark veins May- Sep 35cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Sandrine' (P) •Large deep-purple flowers with black centers •New foliage bright yellow-green May- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Geum (Avens) 'Flames of Passion' (P) rivale •Upward facing semi-double red flowers •Very long bloom time May- Jul 50cm Zones 5-9 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Orion' •Masses of large violet-blue flowers make a very impressive show over a large, bushy plant May- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Rozanne® ' •Long blooming award winning Geranium Jun- Oct 35cm Zones 4-9 Geum (Avens) 'Apricot Pearl' •Semi double apricot flowers •Early bloomer Apr- May 45cm Zones 5-9 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Blue Blood' •Very deep purple-blue flowers with even darker veins •One of the darkest large-flowering geraniums May- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Brookside' •Large cup-shaped violet-blue flowers with a white center and red veining May- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Dragon Heart' (P) •Enormous (4-5cm/about 2") rich pink-magenta flowers with black veins that converge to form an eye May- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Geranium (Cranesbill) 'Johnson’s Blue' •Large, simple, pure-blue flowers •Mid-green foliage deeply divided into narrow sections May- Sep 45cm Zones 4-8

56 Geum | Gillenia | Helenium Geum (Avens) 'Tequila Sunrise' •A cocktail of colours, purple buds open to apricot with rose shading May- Jul 40- 45cm Zones 5-9 Gillenia (Indian Physics) trifoliata •Rich-green, lanceolate leaves on branching stems, which are red in early summer •Wispy, white star-shaped flowers May- Jul 63cm Zones 4-8 Helenium (Sneezeweed) UFO Collection™ 'Carmen' •Yellow with orange flowers with dark brown eye •Good container plant Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) UFO Collection™ 'Betty' •Bi-colored variety with yellow (front) and purple-pink (back) petals Jul- Sep 60- 75cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Chelsey' •Bicolor disc-shaped flowers, mostly crimson with bright yellow flecks Jul- Sep 80cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Double Trouble' (P) •Double sunny yellow flowers on very strong stems Jul- Sep 80cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Moerheim Beauty' •Deep orange petals around a velvety red center Jul- Sep 100cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Hot Lava' •Impressive large, disc-shaped bi-colour flowers •Blooms have non-drooping petals Jul- Sep 80cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) UFO Collection™ 'Monique' •Dark orange-yellow flowers •Good container plant Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-9 Geum (Avens) 'Cosmopolitan' (P) •Creamy petals flushed and edged with a rosey pink on semi double flowers that look like miniature roses May- Jul 45cm Zones 5-9 Geum (Avens) 'Blazing Sunset' •Extra large double scarlet-red flowers •Prolific bloomer that starts early and keeps going all summer May- Jul 60cm Zones 5-9 Geum (Avens) 'Pink Fluffy' •Pink purple flowers with a unique flower form Apr- May 45cm Zones 5-9

57 Helenium | Heliopsis | Helleborus | Hemerocallis Heliopsis (Ox-eye) 'Double Sunstruck' (P) helianthoides •Double form of Heliposis ‘Sunstruck’ Jun- Sep 36- 41cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Sahin’s Early Flowerer' •Exceptionally long bloomer •Maroon flowers that fade through shades of orange and deep yellow Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Tie Dye' •This bi-colored variety has daisy- like flowers with yellow (front) and purple-pink (back) petals Jul- Sep 80cm Zones 4-9 Heliopsis (Ox-eye) 'Asahi' helianthoides •Dome-shaped fully double golden-yellow flowers Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Ruby Tuesday' •Very compact variety with plenty of small, dark-red flowers Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-9 Helenium (Sneezeweed) 'Ruby Charm' •The flowers are a deep red with almost black cones •Very compact variety! Jul- Aug 60cm Zones 4-8 Heliopsis (Ox-eye) 'Prairie Sunset' (P) helianthoides •Bright-yellow flowers with distinct red centers contrast well against purple stems and dark-green foliage with purple veins Jun- Sep 120cm Zones 4-9 Helleborus (Hellebore) 'Double Mix' orientalis •Double flowers in a mix of colors, with and without spots Feb- Apr 45cm Zones 4-8 Heliopsis (Ox-eye) 'Sunstruck' (P) •Big yellow flowers add “WOW” to the landscape •Flower all Spring and Summer Jun- Sep 36- 41cm Zones 4-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Bakabana' •4"/10cm pure yellow flowers, produces over 500 flowers on a three year old plant Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Bettylen' •Purple with white teeth edge above green throat Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Blush ‘n Pink Eye' •Cream with rose red eyezone above yellow throat Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9

58 Hemerocallis Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Fooled Me' •5½"/14cm gold flowers with red eye-zone and ruffled edges with hints of red Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Entrapment' •5½"/14cm purple-blue flowers with a yellow center and ruffled petal edges Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Little Anna Rosa' •2½"/6cm single, pink flowers •Pink blend with green throat •Evergreen, fragrant, diploid variety Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Simmons Overture' •Lavender rose with black eye and gold edge above lavender rose throat, stunning color! Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Spacecoast Early Bird' •Dusty rose blend with gold edge above orange throat Jun- Aug 45- 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Frosted Vintage Ruffles' •4½"/11cm cream-tan flowers with ruffled antique-pink edges Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Just My Size' •Pink with rose red eye above green throat Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Lacy Doily' •4"/10cm flowers •Evergreen, branching, diploid •Coral blush with green throat Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Heavenly Pink Fang' •4½"/11¼cm cream-tan flowers with ruffled antique pink edges Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Lavender TuTu' •Lavender with yellow gold edge above yellow throat Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Daring Deception' •5"/12.5cm heavily ruffled lavender-pink flowers with deep purple edges and yellow throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Daylily 500 Series 'Custard Candy' •4½" /11cm cream-yellow with maroon eye-zone and green throat

59 Hemerocallis Hemerocallis (Daylily) Stella Series 'Mini Stella' •1¼"/3cm bright yellow flowers with burnt orange eye-zone and green throat Jun- Aug 25cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Stella Series 'Precious d’Oro' •4"/10cm white flowers with a yellow-green throat •Petals curl over July 50cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Stella Series 'Stella in Purple' •2½"/6.5cm purple-red flowers with a green throat •Very high bud count Hemerocallis (Daylily) Stella Series 'Stella in Red' •2½"/6.5cm deep wine-red flowers with a green throat •Exceptionally high bud count Hemerocallis (Daylily) Stella Series 'Stella d’Oro' •2½"/6.5cm golden flowers, nestled in among narrow foliage •2-3 fan divisions Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) Stella Series 'Stella in Yella' •Yellow flowered version of ‘Stella de Oro’ Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Always Afternoon' •Large longer-lasting mauve flowers with narrow buff-colored edges and a purple eye-zone which frames the green throat Jun- Aug 22in Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Anzac' •5"/12½ cm rich velvet-red flowers with a yellow throat Jun- Aug 28in Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Bali Hai' •Pink flowers with light golden eye Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Bestseller' •Purple with a golden ruffled edge above a greenish throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Big Happy Time' •4" lemon-yellow flowers with ruffled edges and green throat •The best re-blooming Daylily in cooler northern climates Jun- Aug 16in Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Antique Linen' •Ivory with burgundy eye and edge •Fragrant tetraploid flowers Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9

60 Hemerocallis Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Blue Sheen' •Purple flower with yellow eye Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Celebration of Angels' •Creme coloured flowers with dark red eye zone Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Burgundy Love' •Wine colour flowers with yellow eye zone Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Cheese and Wine' •Orchid blend with light orchid halo above a greenish/ yellow throat Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Chicago Apache' •7"/17.5cm intense scarlet-red flowers with ruffled edges Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Cape Breton' •Purple with lighter watermark and gold edge above green throat Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Condilla' •4½"/11¼cm gorgeous double deep golden blooms Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Bonanza' •Yellow re-bloomer with orange eye Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Blizzard Bay' •Near white, soft yellow tint, 5"/12cm blooms, evergreen Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Black Stockings' •Gorgeous medium sized daylily with 6"/15cm burgundy-black ruffled flowers with a green throat •Dark green foliage Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Black Arrowhead' •Mauve purple with dark purple eye above green throat Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Carrick Wildon' •Orange red blend flowers with orange tips and a yellow throat Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9

61 Hemerocallis Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Dress Pink' •Round pink re-bloomer with dark red eye and green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Double River Wye' •Yellow re-bloomer with green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Daria' •Dark purple ruffled flower with yellow edges and eye zone Jun- Aug 45- 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Diva’s Choice' •Pink with ruffled yellow edge above yellow throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Finders Keepers' •7"/17½cm flowers •Large round Butter cream self with light pink overlay and ruffled edge!

Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Final Touch' •5"/12.5cm fragrant pink and lavender bi-color •Rebloomer Jun- Aug 32in Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Frans Hals' •4½"/11cm rust and orange bicolor Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Exploded Pumpkin' •Semi-evergreen branching tetraploid •Orange with darker to red eyezone •Rebloomer Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Gentle Shepherd' •5"/12.5cm lightly-ruffled off-white flower blended into a subtle green throat Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Crinkled Fantasy' •Cream-yellow flowers with red throat •Re-blooming flower Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Dancing On Air' •Red spider type flower above with green throat •Re-blooming flower Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Dragon Flight' •Linen yellow re-blooming flowers with violet eye and green throat Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-9

62 Hemerocallis Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Heavenly Flight of Angels' •Yellow-green spider type flower with a white edge Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Irresistible Charm' •Yellow flower with orange/pink ruffled edges and eye zone Jun- Aug 45- 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Lady Betty Fretz' •Fragrant, branching tetraploid •Ivory with red eye and double red gold edge above green throat •Rebloomer Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Happy Returns' •3"/7.5cm light yellow flowers Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Grape Velvet' •Purple flower with large green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 43- 48cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Fragrant Returns™' •Strong sweet fragrance, early-fall, everblooming, 3¼"/8cm flowers, lightly ruffled, extended bloom, light lemon yellow Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Helix' •Bordeaux red spider type flower above with green throat Jun- Aug 80cm Zones 3-9

63 Hemerocallis Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Magic Dancer' •Purple with dark eye re-bloomer with green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Longfields Pearl' •Creamy-white re-bloomer with green eye Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Longfields Butterfly' •Pink and cream re-bloomer with yellow throat Jun- Aug 35cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) lilioasphodelus (H. flava) •4½"/10cm yellow lily shaped flowers, very fragrant Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Longfields Glory' •Lavender re-bloomer with purple eye and yellow throat Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Martina Verhaert' •5"/12.5cm lavender blooms with purple-red eye with a yellow-green throat Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Lavender Blue Baby' •Wide lavender re-blooming flowers with blue center and green throat Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9

64 Hemerocallis Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Shelton Holiday' •Double dark red flowers Jun- Aug 45- 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Siloam Paul Watts' •4½"/11.5cm red flowers with a green throat and ruffled edges •Deep velvety color •High bud count Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Sabine Bauer' •6"/15cm yellow-cream flowers detailed with a dramatically contrasting dark-purple eye-zone and ‘bubbled’ dark-purple edges Jun- Aug 63cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Rosy Returns' •The first reblooming pink Daylily •Rosy-pink flowers with deep-rose eye-zone and vivid yellow throat Jun- Aug 16in Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Moses’ Fire' •Giant 6"/15cm double, reblooming flowers •Deep red flowers with gold edge and green throat Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Moussaka' •White with purple center and flamed ruffled purple edge and green throat Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'On and On' •4½"/11cm baby-pink flowers •High bud count and very impressive rebloomer •Dark-green, semi-evergreen Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Pardon Me' •2¾"/7cm bright-red flowers with yellow-green throat •Fragrant Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Purple Flame' •Soft purple flowers with dark purple center and edges Jun- Aug 55- 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Mauna Loa' •5"/12.5cm tangerine-copper-gold flowers with subtle red highlights and a golden-yellow throat Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Matrousjka' •Pink flowers with cream mid-rib above green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Snaggle Tooth' •Rich dark pink flowers with white edges Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-9

65 Hemerocallis | Heuchera Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Tequilla and Lime' •Yellow re-bloomer with green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Strawberry Candy' •4½"/11cm apricot-pink flowers with red-tinted edges, strawberry-red eye-zone and yellow throat Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Voodoo Dancer' •Black purple flowers above green throat Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'White Temptation' •6"/15cm white flowers with a green throat •Semi-evergreen foliage Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Venetian Fringe' •Rose with gold fringe edge above green throat Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Tiger Blood' •Cream with great dark red eye and edge Jun- Aug 65cm Zones 3-9 Hemerocallis (Daylily) 'Yellow Submarine' •6"/15cm fully double lemon-yellow flowers •Rebloomer Jun- Aug 24in Zones 3-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Big Top Series 'Big Top Gold' (P) •Orange-green foliage with purple-red undersides Jun- Sep 35cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Big Top Series 'Big Top Burgundy' (P) •Deep brown foliage topped late in the season with sprays of cream flowers Jun- Sep 25cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series 'Black Olive' (P) •Strong plants with warm olive coloured foliage Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series 'Candy Apple' •Strong plant with red/green foliage Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Cocomint (P) •Attractive tricoloured leaves centered with silver and burgundy, surrounded by green Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9

66 Heuchera Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Peach Parfait (P) •Beautiful peach-pink foliage •Shows silver in cooler temperatures Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Plum Crazy (P) •Rich silver markings on purple foliage Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Silver Streak (P) •Bright silver markings on dark green foliage •Green halo in cooler temperatures Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Rose Granita (P) •Bright silver-rose leaves with great mounding habit Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Coffee Bean (P) •Warm copper markings on caramel foliage Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Limeade (P) •Cream markings on chartreuse foliage •Great growth Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Fall Festival (P) •Leaves in shades of bronze, green and silver •Copper to “patina” green Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9

67 Heuchera Heuchera (Coral Bells) Carnival Series Watermelon (P) •Peach-pink new growth maturing to bronze-green Jun- Sep 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Caramel' (P) •Copper-caramel foliage with red undersides •Good heat tolerance •Cream flowers Jun- Sep 25cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Circus' (P) •Yellow -green leaves with prominant blackish-red veining •Bright red flowers in spring Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Frosty Morn' (P) •Rounded but pointy leaves marbled green with cream •Consistant variegation! Jun- Sep 20- 25cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Sep 12in Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Magic Color' •Bright-green with red veins and gold edges, then a unique pink stage before changing to silver with purple veins and red edges Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Mars' •Pale purple-red foliage contrasting pattern with dark veins Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Neptune' •Pewter-purple leaves with beautiful veining Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Sep 35cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Obsidian' (P) •The blackest Heuchera there is, with broad, shiny leaves •Cream flowers Jun- Sep 25cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Peach Flambe' (P) •Bright peach-colored leaves that literally glow in spring, summer and fall, turning to plum in Winter Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Plum Pudding' (P) •Compact plant with shiny plum-purple foliage Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Swirling Fantasy' (P) •Pewter red foliage with dark veins and bright-red flowers •The first purple-leaved heuchera with red flowers Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Heuchera (Coral Bells) 'Venus' •Large silver sheened leaves with dark veining Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9

68 Heucherella | Hosta Hosta (Funkia) 'Antioch' •Robust medium-size Hosta, with large, spearhead-shaped leaves, mid-green with irregular creamy-white margins Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Abiqua Drinking Gourd' •Medium-size spreading Hosta •Blue-green leaves with a puckered texture, very rounded and deeply cupped, white flowers Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Abiqua Moonbeam' •Green leaves with wide green/yellow margin Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Atlantis' (P) •Medium-size Hosta •Slightly wavy, pointed green leaves with very wide, light yellow margins Hosta (Funkia) 'Avocado' •Yellow foliage with wide green edge • Sport of Guacamole 65- 70cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'August Moon' •Medium-size Hosta •Cupped, heart-shaped, golden yellow leaves Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Blue Vision' •Large Hosta •True blue variety with white flowers •Large, cup-shaped leaves Jun- Aug Jun- Jul 15cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) Mouse Series 'Blue Mouse Ears' •Forms a tight mounded plant of small, round, blue-green leaves •Lavender flowers Hosta (Funkia) 'Bressingham Blue' •Medium-size Hosta •Cupped, heart-shaped, blue-green leaves of heavy substance •White flowers Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Brim Cup' •Small Hosta •Cupped, heart-shaped leaves with medium-green centers and broad white margins Heucherella (Coral Bells) 'Honey Rose' (P) •Sable colored, deeply incised and lobed foliage is highlighted with dark veins that form an intricate pattern May- Jul 20cm Zones 4-9 35cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Bobcat' •Tetraploid sport of H. Wolverine •Purple flowers •Medium size Hosta

69 Hosta Hosta (Funkia) 'Diana Remembered' plantaginea •Small-medium sized Hosta with shiny blue-green leaves and creamy-white margins Jun- Aug 38cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Captain Kirk' •Medium-size Hosta •Large heart-shaped leaves remain gold in color with showy dark green variegation Hosta (Funkia) 'Color Festival' •Leaves with white center that changes to light yellow with dark green margin 40- 45cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Cherry Berry' •Small Hosta •Pointed elliptic leaves, mostly white with irregular dark-green margins Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Chain Lightning' •White center and dark green wide margin Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Colored Hulk' •Cupped yellow leaves with dark green margin Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug Hosta (Funkia) 'El Nino' •Intense blue foliage with white edges •Sport of Halcyon 40- 45cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug

70 Hosta Hosta (Funkia) 'Forbidden Fruit' (P) •Lilac flowers •Blue foliage with orange/yellow center Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Fragrant Blue' •Small Hosta with thick, smooth- textured, heart-shaped blue-green leaves Jun- Aug 20cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Fragrant Dream' •Medium-size Hosta •Dark-green leaves framed in broad, creamy-yellow edges that lighten in color Jun- Aug 18in Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Ghostmaster' •Small Hosta •Green-edged leaves with white centers that remain white until first frost Jun- Aug 14in Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Fragrant Bouquet' •Apple green leaves with yellow margin Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Gold Standard' •Good grower •Yellow leaves with green edge Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Fire and Ice' •Medium-size Hosta •Heart-shaped leaves with white chartreuse margins •Fast grower Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'First Frost' •One of the best sports from Hosta ‘Halcyon’ •Blue leaves with a 1/2" border of creamy yellow that ages to white Jun- Aug 16in Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Enterprise' •Medium-size Hosta •White center with green-yellow transfer to green margin Hosta (Funkia) 'Francee' fortunei •Medium-size hosta •Leaves have dark-green centers with white margins Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Golden Meadows' (P) sieboldiana •Large Hosta •Three color leaf variegation with golden centers, dark-green margins and random pale green streaks Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Don Stevens' •Glossy green leaves with yellow/white margin Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8

71 Hosta Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Great Expectations' •Medium-size Hosta •Heart-shaped leaves with yellow centers and blue green margins •Center fades to white in summer Hosta (Funkia) 'Guacamole' •Large Hosta •Chartreuse leaves with wide green margins •Reversed H. ‘Fragrant Bouquet’ Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Honeybells' •Large Hosta •Vigorous plant with fragrant flowers •Large light green leaves Jun- Aug 60cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Jurassic Park' •Vigorous Hosta with enormous green leaves and puckered surface, heavy substance Jun- Aug 70cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Lakeside Little Tuft' •Yellow/gold leaves with green margin Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Kiwi Spearmint' •White leaves with green veining 25- 30cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug Hosta (Funkia) 'Lakeside Paisley Print' •Yellow foliage with cream edges •Purple flowers 35- 40cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 20in Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Liberty' •Medium-size Hosta •Thick, dark-green foliage with very wide golden margins that fade to cream Jun- Aug Hosta (Funkia) 'Marmalade on Toast' •Fast growing plants with large shiny blue/green leaves Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Midwest Magic' •Medium to large Hosta •Heart-shaped, green-gold leaves with irregular dark green margins Jun- Aug 58cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Minuteman' •Large, broad-spreading Hosta •Slightly cupped, heart-shaped leaves with dark green, flame- shaped centers and white margins 40cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Luna Moth' •Dark green leaves with bright green/yellow margins

72 Hosta Hosta (Funkia) 'Paul’s Glory' •Medium-size Hosta •Gold leaves with blue margins •The leaf centers mature to white Jun- Aug 43cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Pathfinder' •Medium-size Hosta •White centered leaves with some green spots and green margin, good ‘Francee’ sport Jun- Aug 40- 50cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 8- 12in Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Orange Star' •Medium-size Hosta •Thick yellow leaf with a small dark-green edge Hosta (Funkia) 'Paul Revere' •Medium-size Hosta •Sport of Hosta ‘Patriot’ with wide dark green margins surrounding a creamy white centre Jun- Aug 14- 18in Zones 3-8 NOT AVAILABLE FOR EU INCLUDING UK Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Patriot' •Medium-size Hosta •Leaves dark-green with broad pure white margins •Excellent sport of ‘Francee’ 30- 35cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug Hosta (Funkia) 'Magic Island' •Blue grey foliage with creme yellow center 25cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Monster Ears' •Green sport of H. Sunset Grooves •Thick green leaves •Medium size Hosta

73 Hosta Hosta (Funkia) 'Pizzazz' •Cream blue foliage with white edge Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Restless Sea' •Grey-green leaves •Compact variety Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Rainbow’s End' •Small Hosta •Gold center with wide, dark green border Jun- Aug 10cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Rainforest Sunrise' •Small Hosta •Smaller leaves with a creamy yellow center and a cupped blue-green margin Jun- Aug 30cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Sagae' •Medium-size hosta •Wavy-edged frosty-blue leaves with creamy-gold margins Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Sandhill Crane' •Narrow green foliage with white edges 35- 40cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Sting' •Thick green leaves with a cream changing to pure white centre, nice compact Jun- Aug 35cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug Hosta (Funkia) 'Sugar and Spice' •Glossy medium to dark green leaves with a white margin Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Summer Breeze' •Medium-size Hosta •Dark green leaves with wide irregular, chartreuse to yellow margins Hosta (Funkia) 'Sunset Grooves' •Medium-size Hosta •Thick rugose leaves golden center with green edge •White flowers Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Stirfry' •Dark green shiny leaves Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'T Rex' •Big green leaves Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 3-8

74 Hosta | Incarvillea Hosta (Funkia) 'True Blue' •Medium-sized Hosta •Heart-shaped blue-green with good substance, heavy textured and puckered Jun- Aug 60- 70cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Twilight' •Medium-large Hosta •Leaves emerge light-green with yellow margins Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia) delavayi •A mound of pinnately compound green foliage, topped with racemes of large trumpet-shaped flowers, rose flowers Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 5-9 Incarvillea (Hardy Gloxinia) 'Snowtop' delavayi •Trumpet-shaped, white flowers which appear in early summer Jun- Jul 40cm Zones 5-9 Hosta (Funkia) 'White Feathers' •Medium-size Hosta •White leaves, later green with beautiful white stripes Jun- Aug 35cm Zones 3-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Whirlwind' •Medium-large Hosta •Heart-shaped leaves with creamy-white centers and irregular dark-green margins Hosta (Funkia) 'Thunderbolt' (P) sieboldiana •Large Hosta •Yellow-cream leaves with blue margins •A very good, strong grower for a white-centered variety Jun- Aug 75cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Venus' plantaginea •Medium-sized Hosta •Spectacular, large, triple-layered white flowers are also pleasantly fragrant Jun- Aug 55cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Tokudama Flavocircinalis' •Blue leaves with yellow margin •Strong grower Jun- Aug 45cm Zones 3-8 Hosta (Funkia) 'Tambourine' •Medium green foliage with white margin Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 3-8 35cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'Velvet Moon' •Tetraploid version of H. Abique Moonbeam •Medium to large Hosta 30cm Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul Hosta (Funkia) 'White Dove' •Lanceolate green leaves with a white edge •Medium size Hosta

75 Iris chrysographes, sibirica May- Jun Zones 3-9 55cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 60cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 70cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 65cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 60cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 65cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 80cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 65cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 70cm Apr- May Zones 4-8 65cm Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Black Joker™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Unique variety with three colours •Rich flowering Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Charming Billy™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Red violet petals with yellow signals •Light blue styles Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Jerry Murphy™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Spectacular mix of copper, cream, gold, peach and yellow in the flower Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Miss Apple™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Medium red flowers blended with yellow •Violet red styles Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Painted Woman™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Pearl coloured standard with red-violet veins Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Paprikash™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Violet peach flowers with red speckles •Bright yellow signal Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Pennywhistle™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Violet flowers with gold signals changing to yellow and cream Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Unbuttoned Zippers' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Blend of yellow, red and violet flower Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'Uncorked™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •A blend of grey, smoke, beige, mustard and glowing periwinkle Iris Peacock Butterfly® Series 'White Amber™ ' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Creamy white flowers with yellow edges • Lavender pink falls Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 3-9 Iris chrysographes •Very dark purple-maroon flowers with narrow golden-yellow stripes on the falls Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 5-8 Iris 'Black Form' chrysographes •Deep purple almost black flowers

76 Iris ensata, germanica Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Cimarron Strip' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Salmon and wine red flower Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Clarence' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Whitish standards and sky blue falls, blooms late spring and early fall May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Buckwheat' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Large yellow flowers May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris 'Variegata' ensata (Japanese Iris) •Large purple flowers •Green and white variegated leaves May- Jul 30in Zones 3-9 May- Jul 90cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Good Omen' ensata (Japanese Iris) •Flowers have large falls, and reduced standards, creating a flattened, round looking flower Iris 'Harlequinesque' ensata (Japanese Iris) •Large white with purple flowers May- Jul Zones 3-9 70- 80cm Iris 'Purple Parasol' ensata (Japanese Iris) •Purple-blue flowers May- Jul 38in Zones 3-9 Jun- Jul 100cm Zones 4-9 Iris 'Blue Mandarin' ensata •Large dark blue flowers with yellow signals Jun- Jul 85cm Zones 4-9 Iris 'Angel Mountain' ensata •Large blue and white flowers with yellow signals in the center Jun- Jul 90cm Zones 4-9 Iris 'Eileen’s Dream' ensata •Large maroon velvet flowers Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Beverly Sills' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Lacy coral-pink, extremely fast growing, prolific bloomer May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Blue Sapphire' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Solid blue flowers May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm

77 Iris germanica, louisiana water Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Frappe' germanica (Bearded Iris) •White to soft pink flowers May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris 'Immortality' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Pure white with lemon-yellow beards, rebloomer, blooms early spring and late summer May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Matinata' germanica (Bearded Iris) •Dark blue flowers •Re-bloomer May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Mission Ridge' germanica (Bearded Iris) •White with blue flowers •Re-bloomer May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Orange Chariot' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •Yellow to orange flowers May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Rimfire' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •Purple brown flower May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Pumpkin Cheesecake' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •White to yellow/brown flower May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Rosalie Figge' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •Large dark blue flowers •Re-bloomer May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Summer Olympics' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •Yellow standard with yellow edge •Nicely ruffled •Reblooms Iris (Bearded Iris) 'Sea Double' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •Light blue flowers •Re-bloomer May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris (Bearded Iris) 'War Chief' Germanica (Bearded Iris) •Red, non-fading flowers that add a pop of color with yellow beards •Fragrant!

May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris 'Black Gamecock' (Louisiana Water Iris) •Velvety purple-black flowers Jun- Jul 60cm Zones 3-9

78 Iris louisiana water, pallida, pumila, sibirica Iris 'Little Shadow' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Dark purple-blue flowers Apr- May 25cm Zones 3-9 Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Iris 'Larrikin' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Deep purple flowers with white background Iris 'Bold Pretender' (Louisiana Water Iris) •Bright red and pink petals with yellow-orange signal •Flowers have a heavy substance Jun- Jul 70cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'White Umbrella' (Louisiana Water Iris) •A classic beauty with broad lightly ruffled, white flowers with greenish gold stripes Jun- Jul 60- 80cm Zones 3-9 Iris (Sweet Iris) 'Albo Variegata' pallida •Sword like green leaves with white edges •Popular garden plant May- Jun Zones 3-9 55- 60cm Iris (Sweet Iris) 'Aureo Variegata' pallida •Sword like green leaves with yellow edges •Popular garden plant May- Jun Zones 3-9 55- 60cm Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Iris 'Tickety Boo' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Soft pink flowers with blue beard •Compact plant Iris 'Brassie' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Golden yellow Apr- May 25cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Blue Denim' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Clear blue Apr- May 25cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Cherry Garden' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Purple-red Apr- May 20cm Zones 3-9 Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Iris 'Demon' (Pumila Dwarf Bearded Iris) •Dark purple flowers with yellow beard •Compact plant Iris 'Blue Bird' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •The sapphire blue flowers are very striking and will attract a lot of attention!

May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-9

79 Iris sibirica Iris 'Gull’s Wing' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Large slightly-ruffled pure-white flowers •One of the best whites May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Kabluey' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Dark blue violet, white blaze, yellow in throat May- Jun 60- 90cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Imperial Opal' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Layered petals of lavender-pink with light pink edges May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'How Audacious' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Spectacular colours of purple with yellow May- Jun Zones 3-9 80cm Iris 'Bundle of Joy' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Double blue flowers May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris 'Butter and Sugar' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Creamy standards and butter- yellow falls •Reblooms May- Jun 70cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Caesar’s Brother' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Dark velvety-purple flowers May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-9 Iris (Siberian Iris) 'Concord Crush' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Dark blue-violet flower, signal white veined dark blue May- Jun 60- 90cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Contrast in Styles' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Mid-wine standards, light milky blue style arms, bright mid-wine red falls May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Dance Ballerina Dance' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Ruffled lilac-white standards and flowing lilac falls, with honey markings in the signal area May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Double Standard' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •6 light violet-blue falls with gold signal inside white sunburst May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Golden Edge' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Blue-violet flowers with a narrow gold edge, rich-yellow signal areas have a white halo May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-9

80 Iris sibirica, versicolor Iris 'Kita-No-Seiza' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Medium to dark blue violet style arms, medium to dark blue violet falls, large white signal, veined May- Jun 70cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Pink Parfait' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Light pink/lavender flower yellow signal inside large white sunburst halo May- Jun 70cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Not Quite White' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Almost white flowers •Good for containers May- Jun Zones 3-9 70cm Iris 'Tumble Bug' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Semi-double purple flowers May- Jun Zones 3-9 75- 90cm Iris 'Welcome Return' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Velvety deep blue-purple flowers •Reblooms May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-9 Iris 'Spindazzle' sibirica (Siberian Iris) •Light rose standards, violet halo around golden blaze May- Jun Zones 3-9 75cm Iris 'Golden Zebra' versicolor •Golden yellow orchid like flowers with zebra stripes Jun- Jul 25cm Zones 3-9

81 Kirengeshoma | Knautia | Kniphofia | Lavatera | Liatris Kirengeshoma (Yellow Waxbells) palmata •Bushy growth of arching wiry stems, with green leaves •Yellow waxy bell-shaped flowers Aug- Sep 90cm Zones 5-9 Jun- Sep 60- 80cm Zones 6-10 Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Flaming Torch' •Curious flower spikes in glowing shades of flaming orange and yellow •Opening pale yellow from flame buds Knautia (Pincusion flower) 'Mars Midget' macedonica •Dwarf variety with ruby-red flowers on sturdy, well-branched plants •Very floriferous from June till frost Jun- Oct 40cm Zones 4-8 Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Amazing Fun' •Unique because of the combined red and white colours of the flowers Jun- Sep 60- 80cm Zones 6-10 Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Candy Apple' •Will light up your border with it’s curious flower spikes in glowing orange shades Jun- Sep 60- 80cm Zones 6-10 Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Slush Puppy' •Compact plant that produces many orange flowers •Good grower Jun- Sep Zones 6-10 55cm Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Nancy’s Red' •Beautifully colored spikes of deep-red tubular flowers rise on strong stems out of a clump of grassy foliage Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 6-10 Lavatera (Tree Mallow) 'Barnsley Baby' •Compact version of ‘Barnsley’ •Has whiter flowers on darker stems and shows less reversion Jun- Aug 125cm Zones 5-9 Liatris (Gay Feather) 'Floristan Weiss' spicata •Large white spikes, good cuts •Recommend three corms per pot Jul- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Liatris (Gay Feather) 'Floristan Violet' spicata •Deep rosy-violet flowers •Very good for cutting •Recommend three corms per pot Jul- Aug 75cm Zones 3-9 Liatris (Gay Feather) spicata •Long, thick, bottlebrush-like flower spikes •Violet-blue flowers •Recommend three corms per pot Jul- Aug 100cm Zones 3-9 Kniphofia (Torch Lily) 'Incandesce' •Most red flowered Kniphofia on the market Jul- Sep 110cm Zones 6-9

82 Liatris | Ligularia Jul- Aug 150cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) przewalskii •Impressively tall racemes of bright yellow, wispy-petaled flowers in mid summer •Very similar to ‘The Rocket’ Jul- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Britt-Marie Crawford' (P) dentata •Glossy chocolate-maroon foliage and broad clusters of large orange-yellow flowers Jul- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Desdemona' dentata •Warm-golden daisy-like flowers •Purple-green foliage Jul- Aug 90cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Othello' dentata •Stemmed clusters of daisy-like flowers above •Orange-yellow flowers •Purple foliage Jul- Aug 65cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Little Lantern' (P) •Dwarf cultivar with large, conical heads of bright-yellow flowers Liatris (Gay Feather) 'Kobold Original' spicata •Shorter cultivar with thick rosy-violet flower spikes •True original ‘Kobold’ divisions •Recommend one corm per pot Jul- Aug 35cm Zones 3-9 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Twilight' dentata •Intense yellow flowers •Dark foliage Jul- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8

83 Ligularia | Lilium Jul- Aug 180cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'The Rocket' stenocephala •Impressively tall racemes of bright yellow, wispy-petaled flowers Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Garden Confetti' (P) •Large heart-shaped leaves spotted and mottled green on a background of yellow in spring and dark in the summer Jul- Aug 90cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Aug 50cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Little Rocket' (P) •Dwarf form of L. ‘The Rocket’ Ligularia (Golden Ray) 'Osiris Café Noir' (P) •Foliage emerges dark, lightens to green with red veins in the summer and then becomes darker bronze-green in the fall Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Bronze' (Asiatic Type) •Bronze flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Orange Hot Spot' (Asiatic Type) •Orange flowers with dark orange spots Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Orange' (Asiatic Type) •Orange flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Peach' (Asiatic Type) •Peach flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Pink' (Asiatic Type) •Pink flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Raspberry' (Asiatic Type) •Raspberry flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Red' (Asiatic Type) •Bright red flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Red Hot' (Asiatic Type) •Hot red flowers

84 Lilium Jun- Jul 150cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Golden Stargazer' (Oriental Type) •Large golden yellow flowers on strong stems Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Luzia' (Oriental Type) •White flowers with a yellow streak along the petal centers •Glossy dark-green foliage Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Maru' (Oriental Type) •Red flowers with white edges •Glossy dark-green foliage Jun- Jul 45cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Mona Lisa' (Oriental Type) •Outward-facing flowers with pinkish centers blended to white edges, Freckling Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Pimento' (Oriental Type) •Short variety with purple-red flowers with white edges •Similar look to ‘Stargazer’ Jun- Jul 40cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Jul 100cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Casablanca' (Oriental Type) •Large, fragrant white flowers Lilium (Garden Lily) martagon var. album •White flower with sulphur yellow stamens •Rare to find variety Jun- Jul 80- 90cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) martagon var. rubrum •Reddish purple flowers Jun- Jul 120cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Yellow Hot Spot' (Asiatic Type) •Yellow flowers with dark red eye Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'White Hot Spot' (Asiatic Type) •White flowers with dark eye Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'Yellow' (Asiatic Type) •Yellow flowers Jun- Jul 30cm Zones 3-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) FantAsiatics® Series 'White' (Asiatic Type) •White flowers

85 Lilium | Meconopsis | Melittis | Mertensia | Monarda Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Salmon Star' (Oriental Type) •Light salmon-pink flowers with an orange stripe and orange spots •Fast growing Jun- Jul 50cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Star Gazer' (Oriental Type) •Upward-facing flowers with crimson centers, light edges and numerous of freckles Jun- Jul 90cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Souvenir' (P) (Oriental Type) •Large clean pink flowers on a low-growing plant •Very floriferous Jun- Jul 35cm Zones 4-9 Lilium (Garden Lily) 'Tom Pouce' (Oriental Type) •Pink flowers with lemon-yellow streaks along the petal centers Jun- Jul 70cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Jul 100cm Zone 7 Meconopsis (Himalayan Blue Poppy) betonicifolia •Rich-sky-blue flowers centered with golden-yellow anthers •Rough-textured, dark-green foliage Mertensia (Bluebells) virginica (Virginia Bluebells) •Arching stems with clusters of hanging bell-shaped pastel-blue flowers, interspersed with fleshy grayish leaves Apr- May 60cm Zones 4-9 Melittis 'Royal Velvet Distinction' (P) melissophyllum •White flowers with a large crimson lip with a white edge Apr- May 38cm Zones 6-9 Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Fireball' (P) didyma •Deep-red flowers •Resistant to mildew •Shorter in first year Jun- Aug 80cm Zones 4-9 Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Balmy™ Lilac' (P) •Lilac flowers •More mildew resistant compact grower Jun- Aug 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Balmy™ Rose' (P) •Pure rose flowers •Dark green foliage Jun- Aug 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Balmy™ Pink' (P) •Pink flowers •More mildew resistant compact grower Jun- Aug 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Cranberry Lace' (P) didyma •Outstanding, compact perennial with spring green, aromatic foliage •Pink-purple flower springs out of its petiole Jun- Aug 25- 30cm Zones 4-9

86 Monarda | Mukdenia | Nepeta | Omphalodes | Ophiopogon | Paeonia Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Pink Lace' (P) didyma •Very compact plant with purple-pink flowers •Blooms well even as a young plant •Good mildew resistance Jun- Aug 40cm Zones 4-9 Mukdenia 'Karasuba™ ' rossii •Summer sun brings out purple-red coloring which starts at the edges and creeps inwards Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-9 Omphalodes (Navelwort) 'Starry Eyes' cappadocica •Flowers colored as tiny blue stars on a white background Apr- May 25cm Zones 5-9 Ophiopogon (Mondo Grass) 'Nigrescens' planiscapus •(Black Mondo Grass) Very dark purple foliage •Fast growing selection Jul- Aug 15cm Zones 6-10 Monarda (Wild Bergamot) 'Balmy™ Purple' (P) •This dwarf purple Monarda is more mildew resistant Jun- Aug 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Nepeta (Catmint) 'Junior Walker' •Many blue flowers on compact plant •Popular variety Jun- Aug 35cm Zones 5-9 Paeonia (Peony) 'Bartzella' (Itoh) •Very fragrant, fully double bright yellow flowers •Mature plants are very floriferous May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8

87 Paeonia Itoh, Lactiflora Double Paeonia (Peony) 'Alexander Fleming' (Lactiflora Double) •Very floriferous variety with fragrant, double deep-pink flowers May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Border Charm' (Itoh) •Semi double red flowers with red center May- Jun 60cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Canary Brilliants' (Itoh) •Creamy yellow flowers with apricot hues in center May- Jun 75cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Cora Louise' (Itoh) •Striking large semi double white flowers with lavender flares May- Jun 65cm Zones 4-8 May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'First Arrival' (Itoh) •Semi-double bright pink flowers with lavender overtones •The first pink flowered Itoh-hybrid bred by Roger Anderson May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Garden Treasure' (Itoh) •Large, yellow, semi-double flowers, with red petal bases, pink staminoides and lemon fragrance Paeonia (Peony) 'Hillary' (Itoh) •Semi double pink flowers that age to cream May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Julia Rose' (Itoh) •Semi-double flowers opening cherry-red and fading through orange and yellow Paeonia (Peony) 'Lollipop' (Itoh) •Semi double bright yellow flowers with dark purple stripes May- Jun 70cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Pastel Splendor' (Itoh) •Single white flowers with shades of pink and yellow May- Jun 75cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Scarlet Heaven' (Itoh) •Single flowers with deep red petals surrounding golden anthers May- Jun 70cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Yellow Crown' (Itoh) •Medium-sized, semi-double, bright-yellow flowers with a few red flares May- Jun 50cm Zones 3-8

88 Paeonia Lactiflora Double May- Jun 95cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Celebrity' (Lactiflora Double) •Large, double blooms •Flower heads contain layers of rose-pink and layers of white petals Paeonia (Peony) 'Ann Cousins' (Lactiflora Double) •Pure white flowers •Dark green foliage May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Avalanche' (Lactiflora Double) •Very fragrant flowers with blush- white and cream petals with a few red thread markings May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Buckeye Belle' (Lactiflora Double) •Semi-double, dark maroon flowers •Large outer petals, narrow center petals, strong foliage May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Bouchela' (Lactiflora Double) •Deep rose pink flowers that are pink toward the outer petals Paeonia (Peony) 'Bella Donna' (Lactiflora Double) •Beautiful strong pink double flowers May- Jun 100cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Big Ben' (Lactiflora Double) •Large deep maroon, double red flowers May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8

89 Paeonia Lactiflora Double Paeonia (Peony) 'Coral Sunset' (Lactiflora Double) •Semi-double, intense coral flowers •Slightly fragrant •Outstanding color May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Duchesse de Nemours' (Lactiflora Double) •White with a creamy center •Fragrant and floriferous •Strong stems May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Felix Crousse' (Lactiflora Double) •Carmine-red •One of the best reds for color •Staking advised May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Do Tell' (Lactiflora Double) •Soft shell pink flowers with pink and white center May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Goldmine' (Lactiflora Double) •Large, fragrant golden-yellow flowers •The first true lactiflora-type yellow Peony!

May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Kansas' (Lactiflora Double) •Large carmine-red flowers on strong stems •Vigorous,dependable bloomer May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Green Halo' (P) (Lactiflora Double) •Unusual tuft of white petals and petaloids arise from a light green blossom petal base May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Festiva Maxima' (Lactiflora Double) •Large white flowers with a few red flecks •Fragrant and very floriferous May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Gay Paree' (Lactiflora Double) •Double pink with white anemone type flowers May- Jun 90cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Coral Charm' (P) (Lactiflora Double) •Open bowl shaped coral flowers •Robust plant May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Kelway’s Glorious' (Lactiflora Double) •Enormous bomb-type rose-white flowers with red markings •Fragrant May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Karl Rosenfield' (Lactiflora Double) •Semi-double, purple-red flowers on strong stems •Very floriferous May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8

90 Paeonia Lactiflora Double Paeonia (Peony) 'Paula Fay' (Lactiflora Double) •Semi-double vivid pink flowers May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) Pink (Lactiflora Double) •Large double pink flowers •Good for pots and in the landscape May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Primevère' (Lactiflora Double) •Fragrant large flowers with cream outer petals and a large yellow center May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Pink Cameo' (Lactiflora Double) •Double centers of very narrow ice-pink petals set in a single layer of large petals May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Pink Hawaiian Coral' (Lactiflora Double) •Fragrant coral flowers •Flowers have a delicate, rose-like form May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Purple Spider' (Lactiflora Double) •Vivid, violet-pink petals are tipped with white, giving the blossoms a frosted look Paeonia (Peony) Red (Lactiflora Double) •Strong double red flowers •Good for pots and in the landscape May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Monsieur Jules Elie' (Lactiflora Double) •Very-large light rose-pink flowers with a silvery sheen •Floriferous with moderate fragrance May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 May- Jun 65- 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Morning Kiss' (Lactiflora Double) •Double, soft pink flowers on sturdy stems in early summer Paeonia (Peony) 'Orient Jewel' (Lactiflora Double) •A remarkable “gem” of a Paeonia •Full cerise-pink flowers May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Lady Liberty' (Lactiflora Double) •Double pink flowers with white bomb May- Jun 90cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Raspberry Sundae' (Lactiflora Double) •Double flowers with cream petals and raspberry shades May- June 90cm Zones 4-8

91 Paeonia Lactiflora Double Paeonia (Peony) 'Red Magic' (Lactiflora Double) •One of the fullest pure-red bomb type peonies May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Red Sarah Bernhardt' (Lactiflora Double) •Red variety of the well-known ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ •Large bowl shaped red blooms May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Red Charm' (Lactiflora Double) •Very impressive, purple-red, densely double bomb form •Very early and persistent bloomer May- Jun 70cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Renato' (Lactiflora Double) •Double bright red flowers on strong stems •Fragrant May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Red Spider' (Lactiflora Double) •Intense red-rose double flowers •Good grower May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Sebastian Maas' (Lactiflora Double) •Large pure-pink flowers May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Sarah Bernhardt' (Lactiflora Double) •Large, apple-blossom-pink flowers •Fragrant May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Shirley Temple' (Lactiflora Double) •Large, rosy-white flowers •Very fragrant May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Sorbet' (Lactiflora Double) •Multi-layers of large iced-pink petals and smaller cream petals,with a yellow center May- Jun 70cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Sweet Harmony' (Lactiflora Double) •Very large lavender-rose flowers May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) White (Lactiflora Double) •White to cream-white double flowers •Good for pots and in the landscape May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 May- Jun 90cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'White Sarah Bernhardt' (Lactiflora Double) •White variety of the well-known ‘Sarah Bernhardt’ •Large bowl shaped white blooms

92 Paeonia Lactiflora Single, officinalis Paeonia (Peony) 'White Wings' (Lactiflora Single) •Slightly ruffled white petals •Fragrant May- Jun 85cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'White Cap' (Lactiflora Single) •Raspberry single flowers with ivory and pink staminoidia May- Jun 90cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Rubra Plena' officinalis (Common Peony) •(Memorial Day Peony), huge, double, long-lasting deep-red flowers May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Rosea Plena' officinalis (Common Peony) •Large double rose-pink flowers May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Tom Cat' (Lactiflora Single) •Creamy yellow center against a backdrop of carmine red May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Nippon Beauty' (Lactiflora Single) •Intense scarlet red petals May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Le Charme' (Lactiflora Single) •Dark pink flower petals surround a yellow center •Fragrant May- Jun 110cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Honey Gold' (Lactiflora Single) •Yellow center surrounded by white petals May- Jun 80cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Green Lotus' (Lactiflora Single) •Lime green blooms with pink overtones •Yellow center May- Jun 70cm Zones 4-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Flame' (Lactiflora Single) •Firery red petals •Strong stems make it good for cut-flowers May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Bowl of Beauty' (Lactiflora Single) •Soft-pink petals •Fragrant May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 Paeonia (Peony) 'Barrington Belle' (Lactiflora Single) •Large cherry-red flowers on strong stems May- Jun 83cm Zones 3-8

93 Paeonia | Papaver Papaver (Poppy) 'Heartbeat' (P) orientale (Super Poppy) •Deep maroon flowers with a double-layer of petals on tall, strong stems May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Shasta' orientale (Super Poppy) •Large perfectly rounded flowers with candy floss pink edges merging to lime-white with a black centre May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Little Dancing Girl' orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Soft-pink flowers marked with distinctive dark blotches, on a shorter plant May- Jun 50cm Zones 3-7 May- Jun 70cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Little Patty’s Plum' (P) orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Shorter-stemmed poppy with plum-lilac flowers similar in color to the classic ‘Patty’s Plum’ May- Jun 50cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Bolero' orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Strong-growing plants are mid-sized •Healthy and clean foliage May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Harlem' orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Large burgundy-rose flowers with black base •Reblooms in September •Foliage stays green longer Papaver (Poppy) 'Orange Glow' orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Clear orange May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Manhattan' •Lavender-rose flowers on extra strong stems May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Patty’s Plum' orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Very dark reddish-purple May- Jun 80cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Place Pigalle' •White flowers with a broad salmon-red picotee edge on thick stems May- Jun 45cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Royal Chocolate Distinction' •Chocolate-maroon May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-7 Paeonia (Peony) 'Early Glow' •Single white flowers with buff-ivory petals May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-8

94 Papaver | Penstemon | Perovskia | Persicaria | Phlomis Penstemon (Beardtongue) 'Prairie Twilight' •Black upright stems holding clusters of dusky rose-pink flowers May- Jun 50- 55cm Zones 4-8 Perovskia (Russian Sage) 'Lacey Blue' (P) atriplicifolia •Very compact with many blue/ purple flowers in July and August Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 5-9 Perovskia (Russian Sage) 'Blue Spire' atriplicifolia •Woody-based plants with slender, upright, light-seeking panicles of deep-violet flowers Jul- Sep 100cm Zones 5-9 Perovskia (Russian Sage) 'Little Spire' (P) atriplicifolia •Woody-based plants with slender, upright panicles of lavender deep-violet flowers •Shorter than the species Jul- Sep 63cm Zones 5-9 Penstemon (Beardtongue) 'Husker Red' digitalis •White flowers flushed with pink May- Jul 75cm Zones 4-8 Penstemon (Beardtongue) 'Dark Towers' (P) •Mound of deep purple-red foliage, bearing spikes of bicolor soft and deep-pink bell-shaped flowers in summer Jul- Aug 60- 90cm Zones 4-8 Persicaria (Knotweed) 'Firetail' amplexicaulis •Bright red flower-spikes Jul- Oct 90cm Zones 5-9 Persicaria (Knotweed) 'Orangefield' amplexicaulis •Showy spikes of distinctly orange flowers for weeks on end from midsummer onward Jul- Oct 75- 90cm Zones 5-9 Persicaria (Knotweed) 'Hohe Tatra' bistorta •Spikes of deep pink flowers above dark green oval leaves Jul- Oct 60- 75cm Zones 5-9 Phlomis 'Amazone' tuberosa •Rosy-lilac flowers Jul- Aug 113cm Zones 4-8 Papaver (Poppy) 'Türkenlouis' orientale (Ruffled) •Fiery red flowers with fringed edges May- Jun 75cm Zones 3-7 Papaver (Poppy) 'Snow Goose' orientale (Oriental Poppy) •Large, frilled, semi-double off-white flowers with purple-pink blotches May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-7

95 Phlox Phlox Younique™ Series 'Younique Bicolor' Paniculata •Extremely compact and rich flowering •Soft pink and white flower color Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox Younique™ Series 'Younique Cerise' Paniculata •Very compact and rich flowering •Cerise flowers Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox Younique™ Series 'Younique Old Blue' Paniculata •Very compact and rich flowering •Dark blue and white flowers Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox Younique™ Series 'Younique Old Pink' Paniculata •Very compact and rich flowering •Pink and white flowers Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox Younique™ Series 'Younique Old Purple' Paniculata •Very compact and rich flowering •Bright purple flowers Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox Younique™ Series 'Younique White' Paniculata •Extremely compact and rich flowering •Intense pure white flowers Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox Neon™ Series 'Neon Flare Blue' Paniculata •Blue flower heart, pure-white petals, intense blue tip Phlox Neon™ Series 'Aureole' (P) Paniculata •Bi-color, bright fuchsia blooms edged in chartreuse •Large flower panicles Phlox Neon™ Series 'Neon Flare' Paniculata •Red heart, pure white petals fading to blue-purplish, intense red-hot tip Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Blue Paradise' Paniculata •Large, fragrant, violet-blue flowers with purple eyes •Better mildew resistance Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Classic Cassis' Paniculata •Low growing with purple flowers •Improved mildew resistance Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Cleopatra' Paniculata •Mixed colours with soft tones of pink and purple Jul- Sep 55- 60cm Zones 4-8

96 Phlox Phlox 'Larissa' Paniculata •Soft pink flowers with dark eye •More mildew resistant Jul- Sep 60- 70cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'David' Paniculata •Large pure white flowers •Very floriferous •Increased mildew resistance Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Fondant Fancy' (P) Paniculata •Mid-pink flowers with darker eyes on a very compact plant •Improved mildew resistance Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Jade' Paniculata •Stunning pure white flower with green tips Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Cosmopolitan' (P) Paniculata •Hot pink, overlapping petals around a fire red eye Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Grenadine Dream' (P) Paniculata •Rich red-purple flowers on a short plant •Improved mildew resistance Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 45- 60cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Jeff’s Blue' Paniculata •Richly colored buds open to a soft purple-blue flower with a deep purple eye Phlox 'Jeff’s Pink' Paniculata •Spectacular color, with a beautiful and clear pink glow •Long flowering Phlox with healthy and strong green foliage Jul- Sep 45- 60cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Little Laura' Paniculata •Violet-blue flowers with white eyes •Shorter plants with relatively large flowers •Longer blooming Jul- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Mike’s Choice' Paniculata •Smallish purple and white flowers with green-yellow edges densely packed into large clusters Jul- Sep 45- 60cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Colours of Nature' Paniculata •Mixed colours with soft tones of pink and purple Jul- Sep 60- 70cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Katja' paniculata •Dark purple flowers with a white center Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8

97 Phlox Jul- Sep 45- 60cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Mike’s Favourite' Paniculata •Compact variety with clusters of large white flowers accented with dark-magenta eyes Phlox 'Modern Art' Paniculata •Gorgeous magenta petals with white eye on this late flowering and non-fading Phlox Jul- Sep 45cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Piña Colada' (P) Paniculata •Pure angel white overlapping petals give this dwarf Phlox a robust appearance Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Purple Kiss' (P) Paniculata •Dwarf Phlox with intense, deep purple petals and a pure white eye •Florets grow up to 1.5"/ 4cm in diameter!

Phlox 'Pink Lady' (P) Paniculata •Pink petals with white center and pink heart •Dwarf, floriferous, improved mildew resistance Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Rainbow Dancer' Paniculata •Soft purple flower with pink center •More mildew resistant Jul- Sep 60- 70cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Red Caribbean' Paniculata •Pink striped petals with bright red center •Dwarf, floriferous, mildew resistant Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Sherbet Blend'(P) Paniculata •Yellow-green buds emerge out of chocolate-maroon bracts, opening into green-yellow-edged flowers with soft-pink or white centers Jul- Sep 70cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Strawberry Daiquiri' (P) Paniculata •Intense, deep red flower on very healthy, dark green foliage •Very short variety Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Swizzle Blue' Paniculata •Dwarf Phlox with unique color combination with blue-white overlapping petals around an intense, hot pink eye Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Swizzle' Paniculata •This dwarf Phlox has a unique color combination with pinkish- white overlapping petals around an intense, hot pink eye Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Smokey' paniculata •Mauve flowers with violet pink center Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8

98 Phlox | Polemonium | Polygonatum Phlox 'Twister' Paniculata •A reversed version of ‘Peppermint Twist’, these plants feature pure white flowers with a red-pink flamed stripe Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Polemonium (Jacob’s Ladder) 'Stairway to Heaven' (P) reptans •Foliage is variegated with cream edges and pink flushes in the spring, intense blue flowers Apr- Jul 40cm Zones 4-8 May- Jun 55cm Zones 3-8 Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal) 'Striatum' hybridum •Arching stems with dark-green leaves marked with pale-green and white streaks, white flowers Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Watermelon Punch' Paniculata •Salmon-pink petals around a large white centre!

Phlox 'Tequila Sunrise' (P) Paniculata •Unique salmon-orange flowers on a compact, sturdy plant with deep green healthy foliage Jul- Sep 38cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Tatjana' paniculata •Purple flame flowers with white heart Jul- Sep 90cm Zones 4-8 Phlox 'Zenobia' paniculata •Dark pink flowers •Disease resistant Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8

99 Polygonatum | Potentilla | Primula | Pulmonaria Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal) 'Variegatum' falcatum •White-edged leaves on red stems May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 May- Jun 60cm Zones 3-8 Polygonatum (Solomon’s Seal) 'Variegatum' multiflorum •Variegated leaves with dark and pale green streaks, and narrow white margins Jul- Sep 60cm Zones 4-8 Potentilla (Cinquefoil) 'Monarch’s Velvet' thurberi •Larger, deep raspberry-red flowers with dark velvety blotches in the centers Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Potentilla (Cinquefoil) 'Arc-en-Ciel' •Double crimson-red flowers with narrow yellow petal edges Jul- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8 Potentilla (Cinquefoil) 'Twinkling Star' •Giant red and coral flowers, double the size of normal Potentillas • Attractive strawberry like foliage Primula (Primrose) 'Blue Zebra' (P) acaulis •Blue Zebra has perfectly striped bright blue and white flowers in the midst of green textured leaves Mar- Jun 15cm Zones 3-8 Primula (Primrose) 'Dark Rosaleen' •Unusual variety with broad bronze-red coloured leaves making the backdrop for deep red flowers Mar- Jun 15cm Zones 3-8 Primula (Primrose) vialii (Orchid Primrose) •Conical spikes of funneled violet purple flowers that open from deep-red buds May- Jun 20- 30cm Zones 5-8 Primula (Primrose) 'Don Keefe' (P) •Large orange-red flowers with small yellow eye on tall stems above glossy, deeply-veined foliage Mar- Jun 25cm Zones 3-8 Mar- Jun 15cm Zones 3-8 Primula (Primrose) 'Elizabeth Killelay' (P) •Fragrant double flowers of deep-maroon petals with gold edges Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Blue Ensign' •Large purple-blue flowers and broad green foliage •One of the best non-variegated cultivars Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-8 Potentilla (Cinquefoil) 'Esta Ann' •Yellow flowers with red center Jul- Sep 35cm Zones 4-9

100 Pulmonaria | Ranunculus Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) 'Pink Tomer' •Dwarf plant with pink paeonia shaped flowers May- Aug 20cm Zones 7-9 Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) 'Orange Tomer' •Dwarf plant with orange paeonia shaped flowers May- Aug 20cm Zones 7-9 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Roy Davidson' •Pink flowers which mature to light blue Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-8 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Mrs Moon' saccharata •Pink flowers that later turn blue Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-8 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Raspberry Splash' (P) •Very upright, strongly silver- blotched, sharply pointed foliage and bright, raspberry-coral flowers Apr- May 25- 30cm Zones 4-9 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Majesté' •Blue flowers •All silver leaves that emerge green Apr- May 25cm Zones 4-8 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Silver Bouquet' (P) •Long, pointed, shiny silver leaves, with the occasional fleck of green, topped by clusters of large pink bells that change to bright blue Apr- May 18cm Zones 4-8 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Samourai' •Long, narrow all-silver foliage with good sun tolerance •Purple-blue flowers Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-8 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Trevi Fountain' •Superb, brightly, silver-spotted, eye-pleasing foliage Apr- May 18cm Zones 4-8 Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) 'Flore-pleno' ficaria •Flowers of Flore Pleno are in panicles, saucer-shaped, yellow, numerous flowers, up to 1"/2.5cm wide May- Jul 75cm Zones 5-8 Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) 'Red Tomer' •Dwarf plant with red paeonia shaped flowers May- Aug 20cm Zones 7-9 Apr- May 30cm Zones 4-8 Pulmonaria (Lungwort) 'Diana Clare' longifolia •Large silver-sheened apple-green leaves •Violet-blue flowers •Vigorous-growing

101 Ranunculus | Rodgersia | Rudbeckia Ranunculus (Tall Buttercup) 'Yellow Tomer' •Dwarf plant with yellow paeonia shaped flowers May- Aug 20cm Zones 7-9 Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) 'Chocolate Wings' pinnata •Shades of chocolate, bronze and dark-green •Flowers open pale-pink with a dark- red eye, then deepen to all red Jun- Aug 80cm Zones 4-8 Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) 'Superba' pinnata •Bright-pink flowers and bronze-tinged foliage Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) 'Dark Pokers' aesculifolia •A bold perennial with handsomely attractive foliage, which will turn reddish-bronze in the autumn •Pinkish-red flowers Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Rodgersia (Rodger’s Flower) 'Bronze Peacock' •Very dark thick foliage with pink flowers Jun- Aug 50- 55cm Zones 4-8 Rudbeckia (Blackeyed Susan) 'Goldsturm' fulgida •Flowers have narrow golden- yellow petals spread around a rich dark center •Mildew-resistant plant Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-9 Rudbeckia (Blackeyed Susan) 'Pot of Gold' fulgida •Shorter variety with single, vivid golden flowers, larger than those of R. ‘Goldsturm’, of which this is a sport Jul- Sep 60cm Zones 4-9

102 Rudbeckia | Salvia Rudbeckia (Shiny Coneflower) 'Herbstsonne' nitida •3" single, bright-yellow flowers Jul- Sep 180cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) Lyrical Series Lyrical Rose (P) nemorosa •Clusters of intense pink •Sturdy and mounding habit •Very hardy May- Sep 56- 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) Lyrical Series Lyrical Silvertone (P) nemorosa •The only bicolour S. nemerosa with deep blue & white edging May- Sep 56- 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) Lyrical Series Lyrical White (P) nemorosa •Pure white flowers accented by purple stems •Sturdy and mounding habit May- Sep 56- 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blauhügel' nemorosa •Lilac-blue flowers, gray-green foliage •Exceptionally long bloomer May- Sep 50cm Zones 4-9 May- Sep 56- 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) Lyrical Series Lyrical Blues (P) nemorosa •Deep blue flowers accented by purple stems •Sturdy and mounding habit Rudbeckia (Coneflower) 'Goldquelle' laciniata •3½" thick-filled, double, dahlia-like, golden-yellow flowers Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-9

103 Salvia bulleyana, nemorosa, pratensis Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blue Lips' bulleyana •Open mouthed pale custard yellow blooms with blueberry coloured edges smother aromatic foliage from summer through to autumn May- Sep 50- 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Burgundy Candles' (P) nemorosa •Burgundy buds mature to large purple spikes May- Sep 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Caradonna' nemorosa •Rich violet-blue flowers on purple-black stems May- Sep 45cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Marcus' (P) nemorosa •Compact variety with a broad speading habit •Deep purple-blue flowers May- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Madeline' (P) pratensis •Many bi-color blue-white flowers on every stem •A strong grower that flushes a second time after pinching May- Sep 38cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blue Marvel' (P) nemorosa •Large deep blue flowers •Grey-green foliage May- Sep 30cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Blue Bouquetta' nemorosa •Blue-purple flowers •Rich flowering Jun- Sep 25cm Zones 4-9

104 Salvia nemorosa, pratensis | Sedum Sedum (Stonecrop) Touchdown™ Series 'Touchdown™ Teak' •Amazing glossy red-brown to purple-brown leaves Aug- Oct 20cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) Showy Stonecrop 'Neon' spectabile •The brightest pink flower clusters ever seen on a Sedum •Grows with a tidy habit Aug- Oct 38cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) SunSparkler® Series 'Blue Elf' (P) •Steel blue tufted foliage rosettes with dark pink flowers Aug- Oct 10cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) SunSparkler® Series 'Lime Zinger' •Thumbnail-sized leaves of lime green are each surrounded by cherry-red picotee edges Aug- Oct 15cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) SunSparkler® Series 'Blue Pearl' •Round shaped blue/purple foliage with dark pink flowers •Dark red stems Aug- Oct 45- 50cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) SunSparkler® Series 'Dazzleberry' (P) •Mound of fleshy blue-grey leaves with raspberry pink flowers Aug- Oct 20cm Zones 3-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Pink Friesland' (P) nemorosa •A pink version of Salvia ‘Ostfriesland’ with an abundance of deep pink flower spikes May- Sep 35cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Pink Delight' (P) pratensis •Lavender-pink flowers •Fast growing and very floriferous •One of the first Salvias to flower May- Sep 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Rhapsody in Blue' (P) pratensis •Purple-blue flowers •Fast growing and very floriferous May- Sep 60cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'May Night' nemorosa •Violet-blue flowers May- Sep 90cm Zones 4-9 Salvia (Meadow Sage) 'Rose Marvel' nemorosa •Large deep pink flowers •Grey Green foliage May- Jul 30cm Zones 4-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) SunSparkler® Series 'Firecracker' •Shiny red foliage with pink flower heads •Sun tolerant Jul- Oct 25cm Zones 3-9

105 Sedum Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Bon Bon' telephium •Very early blooming variety •Small, separated clusters of pink flowers over chocolate foliage Aug- Oct 40cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Autumn Joy' •Light-green leaves •Clusters of flowers that are whitish in bud, opening shell-pink and maturing deep bronze-red Aug- Oct 50cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Autumn Fire' •Fuller, longer lasting flower clusters •Rosy pink flowers age through salmon-bronze to copper-red shades Aug- Oct 50cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Frosted Fire' •Full, long lasting flower clusters •Rosy pink flowers age through salmon-bronze to copper-red shades Aug- Oct 50cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Ice Ruffles' (P) •A stable variegated form of ‘Crazy Ruffles’ with dark foliage Aug- Oct 50cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Carl' •Fleshy, oblong, blue-grey leaves and bun-shaped clusters of rose-pink flowers Aug- Oct 45cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Censation Tropical Night' •Bright red flowers •'Matrona' type Jul- Sep 40cm Zones 3-8

106 Sedum | Sidalcea Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) 'Little Princess' (P) •Soft-pink flowers on a compact plant Jul- Aug 38cm Zones 4-8 Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) 'Elsie Heugh' •Fringed satin-pink flowers Jul- Aug 88cm Zones 4-8 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Red Cauli' telephium •Bright red flowers over purple-tinted, blue-green foliage Aug- Oct 30cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Pinky' •Dwarf green foliage topped by new foliage splotched pink and cream, pink flowers Aug- Oct 20cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Picolette' (P) •Small bronze-red foliage with a silver sheen •Many small clusters of small pink flowers Aug- Oct 30cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Lajos/Autumn Charm' •Variegated ‘Autumn Joy’ with bright cream-gold edged foliage Aug- Oct 38cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Moonlight Serenade' •Strong and vigorous variety, with red flowers maturing to red with yellow highlights Aug- Oct 16in Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Purple Emperor' •Dusty-pink flowers and dark purple-red foliage •Tidy habit The best dark sedum available Aug- Oct 38cm Zones 3-9 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Xenox' (P) •Plants appear dark, as the green foliage is covered with a blue glaze caused by a thick waxy layer •Pink flowers Aug- Oct 40cm Zones 3-9 Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) 'Brilliant' oregana •Carmine red flowers Jul- Aug 70cm Zones 4-8 Sidalcea (Miniature Hollyhock) 'Candy Girl' •Dark-rose flowers, very floriferous with long flower spikes •Tidy habit Jul- Aug 60cm Zones 4-8 Sedum (Stonecrop) 'Jose Aubergine' (P) •Earlier blooming, upright •Ovate leaves are a deep, rich aubergine color and flowers are deep, dusky pink Aug- Oct 58cm Zones 3-9

107 Silene | Symphytum | Tanacetum | Thalictrum | Tradescantia Apr- Aug 38cm Zones 3-9 Silene (Campion) 'Rollie’s Favorite' (P) Dioca •Soft-pink flowers with white centers •Blooms in April and all summer long if cut back after initial flush Tanacetum 'Laureen' •Cherry-red flowers with yellow center May- Jul 50cm Zones 4-9 Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) 'Black Stockings' •Black stems with lacey foliage •Huge clusters of bright lavender flowers Jun- Aug 120- 150cm Zones 4-8 Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) 'Hewitt’s Double' delavayi •Long-lasting double pinkish lavender flowers Jun- Aug 113cm Zones 4-8 Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) 'Album' delavayi •Rarely seen white flowered variety Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) 'Splendide White'delavayi •White large flower on sturdy plant Jun- Aug 100cm Zones 4-8 Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) 'Splendide' •Elegant crimson stems support delicate purple flowers in May which are replaced by yellow stamens in summer Jun- Aug 188cm Zones 4-8 Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Concord Grape' Andersoniana •Rich-purple flowers •Frosty blue foliage Jun- Sep 45cm Zones 3-9 Symphytum (Comfrey) 'Goldsmith' grandiflorum •Variegated foliage in light green with a creamy yellow margin •Whitish tubular drooping flowers May- Jul 30cm Zones 4-9 Jun- Aug 180- 240cm Zones 4-8 Thalictrum (Meadow Rue) rochebrunianum •Lavender-purple flowers appear on tall, dark purple stems Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Osprey' Andersoniana •White flowers centered with feathery blue stamens Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 3-9 Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Ocean Blue' Andersoniana •Bigger flowers than normal Tradescantias Jun- Sep 80cm Zones 3-9

108 Tradescantia | Tricyrtis | Trollius | Uvularia | Veronica Tricyrtis (Toad Lily) 'Dark Beauty' formosana (syn. Stolonifera) •Flowers have purple spots on a white background Jul- Sep 75cm Zones 4-8 Trollius (Globe Flower) 'Golden Queen' chinensis •2½"/6cm, golden-yellow flowers with distinct centers, partly filled with narrow upright petals May- Jul 70cm Zones 3-7 Trollius (Globe Flower) 'Superbus' europaeus •1"/2.5cm. lemon-yellow flowers •Prolific bloomer May- Jul 75cm Zones 3-7 Trollius (Globe Flower) stenopetalus •Yellow flowers that open 1.5" across •Nice boldly divided leaves and narrow petals May- Jul 50cm Zones 3-7 Uvularia (Belwort) grandiflora •Native to the United States, this plant has yellow, hanging flowers on tall stems •Foliage is long and lancet-shaped Apr- Jun 60cm Zones 4-9 Veronica (Speedwell) Atomic™ Series 'Red Ray' •Red flower spikes Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Atomic™ Series 'Pink Ray' (P) •Pink flower spikes Jun- Sep 35cm Zones 4-8 Trollius (Globe Flower) 'Cheddar' •1½"/4cm semi-double, globe-shaped, cream-yellow flowers May- Jul 60cm Zones 3-7 Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Red Grape' Andersoniana •Red flowers and unusual blue-green foliage Jun- Sep 45cm Zones 3-9 Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Sweet Kate' Andersoniana •Blue flowers and golden foliage Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 3-9 Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Zwanenburg Blue' Andersoniana •Violet-purple flowers Jun- Sep 60cm Zones 3-9 Tradescantia (Spiderwort) 'Pink Chablis' Andersoniana •Soft pink flowers with ruffled white edges Jun- Sep 45cm Zones 3-9

109 Veronica Veronica (Speedwell) Atomic™ Series 'White Ray' •Pure white flower spikes Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Harmony Series 'Baby Doll' (P) •Shorter variety with pink flowers and good uniform habit Jun- Sep 25cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Harmony Series 'High Five' (P) •Very long, thick spikes of blue flowers over very short plants Jun- Sep 70cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Aug 50cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Harmony Series 'Purpleicious' (P) •Disease free plant with intense purple flowers Veronica (Speedwell) Harmony Series 'Lilac Fantasy'longifolia •Glossy green foliage with strong, lilac color flower spikes •Disease-free cultivar Jun- Sep 14in Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Plumosa™ Series 'Amethyst Plume' (P) •Intense purple flowers and dark-green foliage •Very healthy, disease-free cultivar Jun- Sep 40cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Harmony Series 'Pink Harmony' (P) •Pale pink flowers with protruding deep-pink stamens •Attractive silver-green foliage

110 Veronica | Veronicastrum Veronicastrum (Culver’s Root) 'Apollo' virginicum •15"/38cm •long racemes of light-pink flowers fluorescent pink color Jun- Sep 100cm Zones 4-8 Veronicastrum (Culver’s Root) 'Fascination' virginicum •15"/38cm •Long racemes of lilac-rose flowers Jun- Sep 100cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'First Love' (P) •Short, well branched and amazing fluorescent pink color Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'First Lady' (P) longifolia •Spikes of pure white flowers, very uniform growth habit, flowers all summer Jun- Sep 50- 60cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'Pink Eveline' (P) longifolia •A new hybrid Veronica that produces pale pink flower spikes with vivid purple stems throughout the summer and into autumn Jun- Sep 40- 50cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'Royal Candles' (P) spicata •Longblooming dwarf, with very solid conical spikes of rich violet-blue flowers Jun- Sep 30cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'First Glory' (P) longifolia •Fabulous deep blue long lasting flowers Jun- Sep 50cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'Baby Blue' (P) spicata •Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, deep-blue spikes Jun- Sep 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'Baby Pink' (P) spicata •Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, pink spikes Jun- Sep 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'Baby White' (P) spicata •Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, pure-white spikes Jun- Sep 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) 'Baby Red' (P) spicata •Dwarf and very floriferous spicata hybrid, HOT-red spikes Jun- Sep 30- 40cm Zones 4-8 Jun- Sep 16in Zones 4-8 Veronica (Speedwell) Plumosa™ Series 'Hot Pink Plume' •Unique multi-flowering Veronica has strong dark green foliage

111 Cultural Instructions For A Good Start Upon Arrival Let the roots thaw out slowly. Most plants are shipped frozen at 28°F (-2°C) to keep them dormant. If the plant material is still frozen upon arrival please leave it in a cool, dry place to thaw out slowly so that it is able to adapt. Plants need fresh air: open all boxes and bags immediately upon receipt, but prevent dehydration. Temperature and condensation will build up inside closed boxes, causing sprouting and rotting. However, plant material in open boxes can dry out easily, so ventilation should be minimal and prevent direct sunlight at all times.

Check the condition of the roots in the boxes daily. Plants that have started to sprout must be planted immediately. If any sign of fungal or bacterial infection is suspected, plants can not be stored anymore. Infected parts must be removed and the plants treated with fungicide and/or bactericide. Items that do not tolerate storage must be planted immediately. Do not leave the plant material longer than necessary in the boxes and bags, for storage will reduce vigor for every species. If unable to transplant immediately, store in a cool place (2-8°C/36-46F). When stored at higher temperatures with lower humidity, the vigor will be reduced dramatically. At temperatures higher than 68°F (20°C), the roots must be planted within 24 hours.

1 Planting Do not plant roots that are still frozen. Frozen roots are not able to transport water to the buds. If the buds have thawed out before the roots have, they can be damaged by dehydration. Do not force thawing as this will create stressful conditions to the roots and buds. Handle the roots with great care to avoid breaking of buds and/or roots. Some species have fragile buds and/or roots. Breaking off may decrease plant size. Don’t let roots dry out during potting. Prevent dehydration of the roots by planting them right away after you have taken them out of the box. Serious damage to fine-haired roots like Epimedium or Phlox can be done in 10 minutes, they can dry out in 20 minutes! Make sure the potting room is free of draught. Always cover roots during breaks.

Rootpinching Some plants root better if the roots are pinched (see table) Soil It is necessary to use a well-drained potting soil to avoid roots staying wet, which can cause them to rot. Many problems come from a lack of adequate drainage. Don’t give plants fertilizer before they are actively growing. Firm the soil around the roots: prevent air pockets Roots should be centered in the pot and spread out evenly, with all roots facing downward. There must be good contact between all parts of the roots and the soil. Firm the soil around the roots. All of this is necessary for the roots to absorb water and nutrients. Many perennials should be planted “high” Results of experiments conducted by Dr. Bill Miller of the Cornell University suggest that many perennials should be planted with the crown (intersection of the roots and the shoots) at or slightly above soil level, after watering and settling. Some plants such as Geranium Ballerina showed an almost absolute adversion to deep planting (1/2 to 1" deep) with a nearly 100% loss. High planting, on the other hand, resulted in nearly 100% survival and good growth (Handling Bareroot Perennials, Growertalks, May 2004, by W.B. Miller and A. Bestic).

The most important reason for this, is that plants will receive daylight sooner than when they are planted too deeply. With daylight, plants make energy, which they need for growing. Also, when planted too deeply the crown may stay too wet for too long, which can cause them to rot. 2 After Planting Water carefully. After planting in early spring, do not water the first week: in this stage the roots can only accept little moisture and need to be stimulated to look for water. After this, slowly start with watering.

Also, the young shoots are especially vulnerable to overwatering before they appear above the soil: in this critical phase, over watering may cause suffocation of plant parts or damping-off diseases. Be extra careful with irrigation at low temperatures: plant growth is slower, therefore this critical phase lasts longer. Some plants need a dryer start than others. Once the plants have started to grow, revert to a regular watering schedule. Some plants prefer to be grown “dry,” others “wet” (see table). Keep the soil moisture as constant as possible; too much fluctuation will harm the plant. Fungicide drench A fungicide drench applied on plant material one to two weeks after planting can prevent problems. Greenhouse conditions In early spring, plants have different requirements regarding temperature. Some plants prefer a cold start (35°-55°F / 1.6°-12.8°C), some a medium cold start (45°-65°F / 7.2°-18.3°C), others a warm start (60°-75°F / 15.5°-23.8°C). Prevent the young shoots from freezing at all times: some plants won’t give you a second chance! Ventilation in the greenhouse is very important: little ventilation will cause problems with mildew and fungus. 3 Please contact your sales representative for additional cultural instructions on Delphinium and Echinacea.

112 Cultural Instructions For A Good Start Claims and Comments Upon arrival, please check the plants you have received against the packing list and report shortages. Also, notify us immediately if you doubt the viability of a variety during planting: e.g. when roots are moldy or soft. We recommend that you still plant the stock because many plants will grow out of it. Never send stock back without letting us know first. Please inform us WITHIN 7 DAYS if you discover any problems: • Pre-notification within 7 days is nescessary for credit allowance at later date • No credit allowance after June 1, 2018 Incorrect varieties can be reported till June 1, 2018 Although we do our best to ensure all our stock is true to name, mistakes can occur occasionally. Therefore, you have until September 1, 2018 to report these mistakes. Photographic proof may be requested or your account manager may come to visit you.

Warranty Orders are subject to crop conditions and other causes beyond our control. Orders are accepted subject to availability and we reserve the right to cancel a portion or all of your order if plants are not available due to causes beyond our control. We guarantee our nursery stock to be true to name. We make no other express or implied warranty and the plants are sold only with the limited guarantee. We will not be liable for any direct, indirect, special or consequential damages or lost profits, or business interruption. We shall in no case be liable for any sum greater than the amount originally received for said nursery stock. www.darwinplants.com Research Photographs 2 3 1 4 Pictures: by Dr Bill Miller, Cornell University

113 Cultural Instructions For A Good Start Plant Table P = Priority Planting Darwin Plants does not accept any responsibility for loss or damage that occurs as result of using the information in this brochure. Acanthus crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C dry Achillea Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Aconitum Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Agapanthus Y just below soil level 60-75F 15-24C Alchemilla just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Allium 2-4cm or 1inch Below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Anchusa crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Anemone Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Aruncus just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Aster Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Astilbe crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Astrantia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Athyrium Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Belamcanda eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Bergenia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Bletilla crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Brunnera Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Campanula Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Canna crown at soil level 60-75F 15-24C wet Calla eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Centaurea Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Chelone 2-4cm or 1” Below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Cimicifuga just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Clematis Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Convallaria crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Cosmos atro. just below soil leverl 60-75F 15-24C Coreopsis Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Crocosmia 5-7cm or 2-3” below soil level 45-65F 7-18C Dahlia eyes at soil level 60-75F 15-24C Darmera Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Delphinium Y just below soil level 45-65F 7-18C Dicentra Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Disporum crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Dodecatheon eyes at soil level 60-75F 15-24C Dryopteris eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Echinacea Y crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Epimedium Y crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C wet Eremurus eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Eryngium Y just below soil level 60-75F 15-24C dry Eupatorium just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Filipendula crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Geranium Y Crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Geum crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Gillenia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Helenium Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Heliopsis Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Helleborus Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Hemerocallis crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Heuchera Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C genus P Planting Depth Start Start Grow genus P Planting Depth Start Start Grow Heucherella y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Hosta crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Incarvillea crown at soil level 60-75F 15-24C Iris Crown at soil level, 35-55F 2-12C wet Iris except I. Louisiana (just below) 35-55F 2-12C Kirengeshoma just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Kniphofia eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Knautia eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Lavatera Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Liatris 7-10cm 3-4” below soil level 45-65F 7-18C Ligularia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Lilium 10 cm or 4” below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Lobelia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Meconopsis Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Melittis eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Mertensia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Monarda Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Mukdenia eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Omphalodes Y crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Paeonia eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Papaver Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Penstemon Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Perovskia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Persicaria eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Phlomis crown at soil level 45-65F 7-18C dry Phlox Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Polemonium Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Polygonatum just below soil level 45-65F 7-18C Potentilla crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Primula Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Pulmonaria Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Ranunculus crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Rodgersia just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Rudbeckia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Salvia Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Sedum Y eyes at soil level 35-55F 2-12C dry Sidalcea Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Symphitum eyes at soil level 45-65F 7-18C Silene crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Thalictrum Y just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Tradescantia crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C wet Tricyrtis just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C Trollius Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Tanacetum crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Uvularia just below soil level 60-75F 15-24C Veronica Y crown at soil level 35-55F 2-12C Veronicastrum just below soil level 35-55F 2-12C

114 U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights Achillea Creme de la Creme TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Laura TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Pretty Belinda TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Pretty Woman TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Sparkling Contrast TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Summerwine TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Tricolor TM TM TM Achillea millefolium Yellow Bouquet TM TM TM Aconitum carmichaelii Royal Flush PP 16,102 EU 15610 Agapanthus Back in Black PP 16,244 Agapanthus Twister PP 25,519 EU 44509 Allium Globemaster NL 7197 Anemone x hybrida Elfin Swan PBR Aralia Sun King PPAF PBR Aruncus Misty Lace PP 15,798 Astilbe Cappuccino PP 24,940 EU 34355 Astilbe Chocolate Shogun PP 26,430 PBR Astilbe Color Flash PP 17,343 Astilbe Color Flash Lime PP 17,816 Astilbe Arendsii Country and Western PP 14,969 EU 13381 Astilbe Delft Lace PP 19,839 PBR Astilbe chinensis Diamonds and Pearls PP 19,092 EU 22054 Astilbe Arendsii Flamingo PP 12,664 CAN 1441 EU 7360 Astilbe Freya PBR Astilbe Happy Spirit PBR Astilbe chinensis Heart and Soul PP 16,451 EU 15759 Astilbe Arendsii Hip Hop PP 24,165 EU 34353 Astilbe Arendsii Jump and Jive PP 14,892 EU 13383 Astilbe Simplicifolia Key Largo PPAF EU 22438 Astilbe Simplicifolia Key West PPAF EU 22439 Astilbe chinensis Little Vision in Pink PP 21,886 CAN 4611 EU 29515 Astilbe Lollypop PP 11,966 CAN 1442 Astilbe Look At Me PP 24,798 EU 40355 Astilbe chinensis Love and Pride PP 19,093 PBR Astilbe Arendsii Mighty® Pip PPAF PBR Astilbe Mighty® Plonie PPAF PBR Astilbe Arendsii New Wave PP 25,383 EU 34630 Astilbe Simplicifolia Pink Lightning PP 11,963 CAN 1443 EU 11596 Astilbe Raspberry PBR Astilbe Arendsii Rhythm and Blues PP 14,846 EU 13384 Astilbe Arendsii Rock and Roll PP 14,855 EU 13386 Astilbe chinensis Spotlight PP 21,918 EU 24270 Astilbe chinensis Stand and Deliver EU 19773 Astilbe chinensis Vision in Pink PP 11,860 CAN 1333 EU 7359 Astilbe chinensis Vision in Red PP 11,965 CAN 1334 EU 11756 Astilbe chinensis Vision in White PP 18,965 CAN 4249 Astilbe chinensis Visions EU 3114 Astilbe Younique Carmine PP 20,324 EU 24266 Astilbe Younique Cerise PP 20,661 EU 24272 Astilbe Younique Lilac PP 19,847 EU 24268 Astilbe Younique Pink PP 19,841 EU 24267 Astilbe Younique Ruby Red PP 23,143 EU 34351 Astilbe Younique Salmon PP 19,846 EU 26920 Astilbe Younique Silvery Pink PP 20,656 Astilbe Younique White PP 19,845 EU 24265 Astrantia major Midnight Owl PPAF Astrantia major Roma PP 11,470 CAN 1332 EU 4975 Astrantia major Star of Beauty PPAF EU 20865 Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR

115 U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights Astrantia major Star of Billion PP 20,352 EU 25171 Astrantia major Star of Fire PP 20,284 EU 27275 Astrantia major Super Star PPAF EU 29143 Astrantia major Venice PP 18,420 EU 22798 Bergenia Angel Kiss TM TM TM Bergenia Flirt TM TM TM Bergenia Pink Dragon Fly TM TM TM Bergenia Sakura TM TM PBR Bergenia Spring Fling PP 26,337 TM TM Brunnera macrophylla Green Gold PPAF PBR Brunnera macrophylla Jack Frost PP 13,859 CAN 1799 EU 9772 Brunnera macrophylla King’s Ransom CAN 3977 EU 31551 Brunnera macrophylla Looking Glass PP 17,892 CAN 3115 EU 17444 Brunnera macrophylla Silver Heart PP 24,685 EU 43056 Campanula lactiflora Border Blues PPAF PBR Campanula glomerata Freya PP 22,738 EU 32774 Campanula glomerata Genti Blue PP 24,687 EU 38480 Campanula glomerata Genti White PP 24,686 EU 38480 Campanula hybride Iridescent Bells PPAF EU 38500 Campanula Purple Sensation PP 16,027 Campanula glomerata Twisterbell PPAF Cimicifuga Chocoholic PP 24,821 Coreopsis verticillata Tweety PP 23,347 CAN 4641 EU 38106 Crocosmia Harlequin PBR Crocosmia Limpopo EU 20876 Crocosmia Okavango EU 20874 Dahlia Dixie PP 12,911 CAN 2072 EU 6617 Dahlia Fleurel PP 11,080 CAN 2871 EU 48320 Dahlia Juliet PP 16,907 CAN 3660 EU 17021 Delphinium Blueberry Pie PPAF PBR Delphinium Crystal Delight PP 20,339 EU 38904 Delphinium Elatum Darwin’s Blue Indulgence PP 13,011 EU 10062 Delphinium Elatum Darwin’s Pink Indulgence PP 13,065 EU 10030 Delphinium Moon Light PP 20,340 EU 38435 Delphinium Morning Sunrise PP 20,380 EU 38436 Delphinium Sweet Sensation PP 20,341 EU 38434 Delphinium Elatum Wishful Thinking PP 13,010 EU 10092 Dicentra Amore Rose TM TM TM Dicentra Burning Hearts PP 20,797 EU 29487 Dicentra Candy Hearts PP 14,692 EU 17888 Dicentra spectabilis Gold Heart PPAF CAN 0974 EU 4817 Dicentra Ivory Hearts PP 15,599 EU 15737 Dicentra Red Fountain PP 21,269 EU 29488 Dicentra Sweet Hearts PBR Dicentra spectabilis Valentine PP 22,739 EU 29777 Dicentra spectabilis Valentine PP 22,739 EU 29777 Dodecatheon meadia Aphrodite PP 14,002 CAN 3199 EU 12730 Echinacea purpurea Adobe Orange PP 26,639 PBR PBR Echinacea purpurea Baja Burgundy PPAF PBR Echinacea purpurea Bubble Gum PP 23,103 CAN 4667 EU 37677 Echinacea Cherry Fluff PBR Echinacea purpurea Cranberry PP 24,769 PBR EU 37709 Echinacea purpurea Evening Glow PPAF PBR Echinacea purpurea Fatal Attraction PP 18,429 CAN 3984 EU 20563 Echinacea purpurea Flamenco Orange PP 25,523 CAN 5150 EU 40858 Echinacea purpurea Green Envy PP 17,172 EU 23029 Echinacea purpurea Green Jewel PP 18,678 CAN 3985 EU 27429 Echinacea purpurea Greenline PP 24,800 PBR Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR

116 U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights Echinacea purpurea Hot Coral PP 23,097 CAN 4670 EU 35269 Echinacea purpurea Kim’s Knee High PP 12,242 EU 9542 Echinacea purpurea Lemon Cream PPAF PBR Echinacea purpurea Lemon Queen PPAF Echinacea purpurea Lemon Yellow PP 24,768 PBR EU 40835 Echinacea purpurea Mandarin PP 26,640 PBR PBR Echinacea purpurea Orange Passion PPAF PBR Echinacea purpurea Orangeberry PP 23,145 CAN 4669 EU 37679 Echinacea purpurea Raspberry PP 23,117 CAN 4668 EU 37678 Echinacea purpurea Salsa Red PP 23,105 CAN 4671 EU 35270 Echinacea purpurea Sandy Yellow PP 23,104 CAN 4672 EU 37680 Echinacea purpurea Sensation Pink PP 26,593 EU 40958 Echinacea purpurea Virgin PP 18,684 CAN 3986 EU 23035 Epimedium Fire Dragon PP 17,179 EU 20637 Eryngium Blue Jackpot PBR Eryngium planum Jade Frost PP 17,370 EU 20477 Eupatorium maculatum Snow Ball PP 22,869 CAN 5103 Filipendula Red Umbrellas PPAF Geranium wallichianum Blue Sunrise PP 12,955 EU 6099 Geranium wallichianum Crystal Lake PP 18,982 EU 22747 Geranium pratense Double Jewel PPAF PBR Geranium Dragon Heart PPAF PBR Geranium Havana Blues PPAF EU 32906 Geranium Jolly Jewel Night PPAF EU 2014/3388 pending Geranium himalayense Kaya PPAF Geranium pratense Laura EU 24940 Geranium cinereum Melody PP 21,690 EU 30478 Geranium cinereum Penny Lane PP 17,393 CAN 3981 EU 17468 Geranium pratense Purple Ghost TM TM TM Geranium cinereum Purple Pillow PP 12,829 CAN 2399 PBR Geranium wallichianum Rise and Shine PP 24,027 EU 30484 Geranium Rozanne PP 12,175 EU 5338 Geranium procurrens Sandrine PP 19,850 EU 23296 Geranium Sweet Heidy PP 19,533 EU 22915 Geranium oxonianum Tess TM TM TM Geum Blazing Sunset PP 25,351 Geum Cosmopolitan PP 24,982 Geum rivale Flames of Passion PP 13,730 CAN 2673 EU 10073 Geum Tequila Sunrise PP 21,514 Helenium Betty PPAF PBR Helenium Chelsey PP 16,322 Helenium Double Trouble PP 18,206 EU 18455 Helenium Ruby Tuesday PP 18,234 Heliopsis helianthoides Double Sunstruck PP 26,608 Heliopsis helianthoides Prairie Sunset PP 13,779 PBR Heliopsis helianthoides Sunstruck PPAF CAN 5153 PBR Hemerocallis Bakabana TM TM TM Hemerocallis Bettylen TM TM TM Hemerocallis Blush ‘n Pink Eye TM TM TM Hemerocallis Custard Candy TM TM TM Hemerocallis Daring Deception TM TM TM Hemerocallis Entrapment TM TM TM Hemerocallis Fooled Me TM TM TM Hemerocallis Frosted Vintage Ruffles TM TM TM Hemerocallis Heavenly Pink Fang TM TM TM Hemerocallis Just My Size TM TM TM Hemerocallis Lacy Doily TM TM TM Hemerocallis Lavender TuTu TM TM TM Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR

117 U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights Hemerocallis Little Anne Rosa TM TM TM Hemerocallis Rosy Returns PP 09,779 Hemerocallis Simmons Overture TM TM TM Hemerocallis Spacecoast Early Bird TM TM TM Heuchera Big Top Burgundy PP 21,774 Heuchera Big Top Gold PP 21,775 PBR Heuchera Black Olive PBR Heuchera Candy Apple PPAF PBR Heuchera Caramel PP 16,560 EU 20484 Heuchera Circus PP 25,495 EU 37051 Heuchera Cocomint PP 24,927 PBR Heuchera Coffee Bean PP 24,943 PBR Heuchera Fall Festival PPAF PBR Heuchera Limeade PP 24,899 PBR Heuchera Magic Color EU 22942 Heuchera Obsidian PP 14,836 EU 15761 Heuchera Peach Flambe PP 17,195 EU 20615 Heuchera Peach Parfait PP 24,928 EU 37055 Heuchera Plum Crazy PP 24,771 EU 37057 Heuchera Plum Pudding EU 3330 Heuchera Rose Granita PPAF PBR Heuchera Silver Streak PP 24,770 EU 37056 Heuchera Swirling Fantasy PP 14,542 EU 15673 Heuchera Watermelon PP 24,803 EU 37054 Hosta Atlantis PP 17,093 EU 22756 Hosta Color Festival PP 23,770 Hosta El Nino PP 14,632 CAN 2662 EU 12982 Hosta Forbidden Fruit PP 24,001 EU 36930 Hosta sieboldiana Golden Meadows PPAF EU 15521 Hosta Great Escape PP 19,003 EU 25407 Hosta Justine PP 21,624 EU 34902 Hosta Liberty PP 12,531 EU 13145 Hosta Orange Star PP 22,384 EU 36927 Hosta Rainbow’s End PP 17,251 Hosta Rainforest Sunrise PPAF Hosta sieboldiana Thunderbolt PP 14,232 Hosta Twilight PP 14,040 Iris sibirica Black Joker TM TM Iris sibirica Charming Billy TM TM Iris sibirica Jerry Murphy TM TM Iris sibirica Miss Apple TM TM Iris sibirica Painted Woman TM TM Iris sibirica Paprikash TM TM Iris sibirica Pennywhistle TM TM Iris sibirica Uncorked TM TM Iris sibirica White Amber TM TM Kniphofia Amazing Fun PP 23,980 PBR Lavatera Barnsley Baby PP 14,163 CAN 3228 Ligularia dentata Britt-Marie Crawford PP 16,113 EU 12794 Ligularia Little Lantern PP 16,026 EU 17470 Ligularia Little Rocket PP 14,621 CAN 2400 EU 12771 Ligularia Osiris Café Noir PP 21,351 EU 32899 Lilium Oriental Mona Lisa PP 07,379 Lilium Oriental Salmon Star EU 7669 Lilium Oriental Souvenir EU 7721 Lilium Oriental Star Gazer PP 04,085 Melittis melissophylum Royal Velvet Distinction PP 13,233 CAN 3452 EU 8166 Monarda Balmy™ Lilac PP 26,594 PBR Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR

118 U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights Monarda Balmy™ Pink PP 26,566 EU 42713 Monarda Balmy™ Purple PP 25,561 CAN 5151 EU 40859 Monarda Balmy™ Rose PP 26,567 EU 42714 Monarda Cranberry Lace EU 29080 Monarda didyma Fireball PP 14,235 CAN 2401 EU 11452 Monarda Pink Lace PP 18,367 EU 20650 Mukdenia rossii Karasuba TM TM TM Nepeta Junior Walker PP 23,074 PBR Paeonia Lactiflora (S) Barrington Belle PP 03,641 Paeonia Canary Briljant PBR PBR PBR Paeonia Lactiflora (D) Coral Charm PP 04,247 Paeonia Lactiflora (D) Red Spider TM Papaver orientale Harlem PPAF Papaver orientale Heartbeat PP 20,102 EU 17535 Papaver orientale Patty’s Plum EU 29660 Papaver orientale Place Pigalle PPAF Penstemon Dark Towers PP 20,013 EU 27485 Penstemon Prairie Twilight PP 19,893 EU 32160 Perovskia atriplicifolia Lacey Blue PP 20,845 PBR Perovskia atriplicifolia Little Spire PP 11,643 CAN 1437 EU 6713 Persicaria amplexicaulis JS Caliente PPAF EU 27183 Phlox Paniculata Aureole PP 21,787 TM EU 31459 Phlox Paniculata Classic Cassis PPAF Phlox Paniculata Cleopatra PBR Phlox Paniculata Colours of Nature TM TM TM Phlox Paniculata Cosmopolitan PP 19,603 EU 26447 Phlox Paniculata Fondant Fancy PP 19,600 EU 22217 Phlox Paniculata Grenadine Dream PP 19,048 EU 24255 Phlox Paniculata Jade PP 21,878 Phlox Paniculata Katja EU 26462 Phlox Paniculata Larissa PBR Phlox Paniculata Modern Art PPAF Phlox Paniculata Neon Flare PP 21,754 TM TM Phlox Paniculata Neon Flare Blue PPAF TM TM Phlox Paniculata Piña Colada PP 19,968 EU 26448 Phlox Paniculata Pink Lady PP 20,802 EU 31457 Phlox Paniculata Purple Kiss PP 19,514 EU 26449 Phlox Paniculata Rainbow Dancer PBR Phlox Paniculata Red Caribbean PP 20,803 Phlox Paniculata Sherbet Blend PP 19,048 CAN COPF EU 24305 Phlox Smokey PBR Phlox Paniculata Strawberry Daiquiri PP 20,801 EU 31455 Phlox Paniculata Swizzle PP 19,813 Phlox Paniculata Swizzle PP 19,813 Phlox Paniculata Tatjana EU 26463 Phlox Paniculata Tequila Sunrise PP 20,800 EU 31456 Phlox Paniculata Twister PP 23,734 Phlox Paniculata Watermelon Punch PP 19,610 Phlox Paniculata Younique Bicolor EU 40236 Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Blue PP 26,070 TM TM Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Cerise TM TM TM Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Pink TM TM EU 40236 Phlox Paniculata Younique Old Purple TM TM TM Phlox Paniculata Younique White PPAF EU 34057 Polemonium reptans Stairway to Heaven PP 15,187 CAN 3113 EU 15723 Primula Don Keefe EU 18342 Pulmonaria Raspberry Splash PP 12,138 EU 11545 Pulmonaria Silver Bouquet PP 20,059 EU 24135 Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR

119 U.S. Plant Patent/Canadian & EU Plant Breeder’s Rights Pulmonaria Trevi Fountain PP 13,047 Ranunculus asiaticus Tomer Orange EU 15072 Ranunculus asiaticus Tomer Red EU 15071 Rodgersia Bronze Peacock PP 24,780 Rudbeckia fulgida Pot of Gold PP 11,929 Salvia nemorosa Blue Bouquetta EU 2015/1957 Salvia bulleyana Blue Lips PP 19,860 Salvia nemorosa Blue Marvel PP 27,018 Salvia nemorosa Burgundy Candles PP 22,754 CAN 4640 Salvia nemorosa Lyrical Blues PP 22,919 CAN 4639 EU 35871 Salvia nemorosa Lyrical Silvertone PP 23,310 CAN 4869 EU 35872 Salvia nemorosa Lyrical White PP 21,243 Salvia pratensis Madeline PP 20,456 PBR EU 29293 Salvia nemorosa Marcus PP 13,322 CAN 1837 EU 13701 Salvia pratensis Pink Delight PP 14,965 CAN 2675 EU 15675 Salvia nemorosa Pink Friesland PP 18,152 EU 22219 Salvia pratensis Rhapsody in Blue PP 15,148 CAN 3202 EU 15676 Salvia Rose Marvel PPAF PBR Sedum Blue Elf PP 27,113 Sedum Blue Pearl PPAF TM PBR Sedum telephium Bon Bon PP 18,168 Sedum Dazzleberry PP 22,457 EU 41077 Sedum Firecracker PP 26,595 EU 43679 Sedum Ice Ruffles PPAF PBR Sedum Jose Aubergine PPAF EU 20185 Sedum Lajos - Autumn Charm™ PP 14,421 Sedum Lime Zinger PP 24,632 TM EU 40474 Sedum Moonlight Serenade PP 21,508 CAN 4976 EU 30427 Sedum Picolette PP 17,315 CAN 3987 Sedum Touchdown Teak PP 26,078 EU 43639 Sedum Xenox PP 16,888 CAN 3451 EU 17822 Sidalcea Little Princess PP 12,629 CAN 1440 EU 4343 Silene dioica Rollie’s Favorite PP 17,392 CAN 4241 EU 20475 Thalictrum Black Stockings PBR Tradescantia Andersonia Good Luck PP 23,963 EU 31460 Tradescantia Andersonia Pink Chablis PP 15,971 Trollius cultorum Cheddar PPAF Veronica Amethyst Plume PPAF Veronica Baby Doll PP 16,428 EU 20418 Veronica longifolia First Glory PPAF Veronica longifolia First Lady PP 23,271 EU 34149 Veronica spicata First Love PP 21,478 EU 26923 Veronica High Five PP 16,415 EU 20419 Veronica longifolia Pink Eveline PP 18,743 EU 24247 Veronica Pink Harmony PP 17,650 EU 20441 Veronica Pink Ray PP 21,797 EU 29884 Veronica Purpleicious PP 17,639 EU 25696 Veronica Red Ray PP 23,962 Veronica White Ray PP 23,937 Veronica spicata Baby Blue PP 20,198 EU 24269 Veronica spicata Baby Pink PPAF PBR Veronica spicata Baby Red PPAF PBR Veronica spicata Baby White PPAF PBR Veronica spicata Royal Candles PP 18,932 EU 5056 Variety USPP CAN PBR EU PBR

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