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General Plant Information

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(Please note that this is NOT a list of our plant material on hand, just plant information)

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Pachysandra terminalis
This is one of very few groundcovers that will grow under evergreens or deep shade. Prefers moist, acid, well - drained soil. Keep out of wind to avoid browning.
- white H x W - 1' x indefinite 3G    

Pear, Aristocrat
Pyrus calleryana 'Aristocrat'
A more open and spreading habit which makes it more resistant to storm damage.  Abundant white flowers in May with glossy green foliage that turns crimson-red in fall.
 -  white H X W - 35'-x25'                               2"    

Pear, Bradford
Pyrus calleryana 'Bradford'
This pretty tree is covered in white blooms in early spring. Conical form becoming rounded and broad over time. Shiny green heart - shaped leaves. Red - purple fall color. Tight branch crotches could split in wind or with ice. Tolerates pollution, dryness. Prune early spring. Great as an allée.
- white H x W - 30 - 50' x 20 - 30' 6 - 8'    
8 - 10'    
2 1/2"    

Pear, Cleveland Select
Pyrus calleryana 'Cleveland Select' (Chanticleer)
This Pear is covered with the same white blooms in early spring but has a narrower crown. Longer, shiny green leaves with red - purple fall color.
- white H x W - 35' x 15' 2 1/2"    
6 - 8'    
8 - 10'    

Penstemon, Husker Red
Penstemon digitalis 'Husker Red'
White to pale pink flower clusters over deep red-purple leaves in July.
- white H x W - 32"x14"                   3G    

Peony, Duchess de Nemours
Paeonia 'Duchess de Nemours'
This beautiful herbaceous Peony has double white flowers in abundance. Sturdy - stemmed plant. Be sure to plant 'eyes' only 1 inch below surface - burying too deeply can stop flowering. Blooms May. Moderately moist soil.
- white H x W - 3' 3G    

Peony, Hanakisoi Tree
Paeonia suffruticosa 'Hanakisoi'
This Tree Peony features lovely apricot - pink semi - double flowers. Moderately moist soil. Unlike herbaceous Peonies these are NOT to be cut to ground.
- apricot pink H x W - 4 - 5' x 3' 3G    

Peony, Sarah Bernhardt
Paeonia 'Sarah Bernhardt'
Another beautiful Peony with double pastel pink blooms. Very fragrant & popular cultivar. Blooms May. Moderately moist soil.
- pink H x W - 3' 3G    

Peony, Yagumo Tree
Paeonia suffruticosa 'Yagumo'
Large purple - red flowers adorn this Tree Peony which grows 4 - 5 ' tall.
- purple - red H x W - 4 - 5' x 3' 3G    

Phlox, Atropurpurea Creeping
Phlox subulata 'Atropurpurea'
This great little mounding groundcover has red flowers all summer. Mow back to refresh.
- red H x W - 4 - 6"   N 3G    

Phlox, Blue Emerald Creeping
Phlox subulata 'Blue Emerald'
This form of Creeping Phlox has lavender blue flowers. See above for cultural info.
- lavender H x W - 4 - 6"   N 3G    

Phlox, Bright Eyes Garden
Phlox paniculata 'Bright Eyes.
This Garden Phlox has stunning pink flowers with fuchsia eyes on tall plants. Highly mildew - resistant.
- pink/fuchsia H x W - 3'   3G    

Phlox, David Garden
Phlox paniculata 'David'
The most popular of Garden Phloxes, David has pure white flowers. Highly mildew - resistant.
- white H x W - 3'   3G    

Phlox, Miss Elie Garden
Phlox paniculata 'Miss Elie'
This Phlox has pretty rose pink blooms.
- rose pink H x W - 3'   3G    

Phlox, Miss Lingard
Phlox carolina 'Miss Lingard'
A pretty hybrid of a native Phlox, Miss Lingard has heads of white flowers. More mildew - resistant than Garden Phlox. Likes moderately moist soil.
- white H x W - 3' N 3G    

Phlox, White Delight Creeping
Phlox subulata 'White Delight'
The white - flowered version of Creeping Phlox. See above for cultural info.
- white H x W - 4 - 6"   N 3G    

Pincushion Flower, Misty Butterflies
Scabiosa columbara 'Misty Butterflies'
A perennial with interesting flowers, Misty Butterflies has a mix of pink & lavender flowers. Extended bloom period.
- pink / lavender H x W - 18"       3G    

Pine, Brevifolia Japanese White
Pinus parviflora 'Brevifolia'
This Japanese White Pine has short, stiff needles of a blue - green. Slow grower. Size of 10' after several years.
H x W - 10'+        

Pine, Landis Swiss Stone
Pinus cembra 'Landis'
A dwarf version of a beautiful tree, Landis attains a height of 5' after 10 years. Long, soft needles. Blue green foliage.
H x W - 5'+   N      

Pine, Nana Dwarf White
Pinus strobus 'Nana'
Dwarf White Pine has a rounded habit & slow growth. Great in a Japanese garden with Dwarf Japanese Maple. Drought tolerant.
H x W - 10'+   N      

Pine, White
Pinus strobus
This native conifer is useful as a screen or windbreak for many years until it ultimately reaches a height of 70'+. Long, soft needles; makes nice 'Christmas tree' shape if sheared.
H x W - 70'+ N 4 - 5'    

Pine, White Weeping
Pinus strobus 'Pendula'
This weeping form of White Pine has long pendulous branches that eventually reach the ground. A unique tree.
H x W - 10 - 15' x 20' N 5 - 6'    

Plum, Krauter Vesuvius
Prunus cerasifera 'Krauter Vesuvius'
Hardiest ornamental plum available with extremely deep purple-red foliage that holds its color throughout the season.  Dense oval form with small pink flowers lining the branches in early May.
- pink and white H x W - 20' 15'                             1.5"    

Plum, Newport Flowering
Prunus cerasifera 'Newport'
The hardiest variety with  showy, pale pink to almost white flowers in spring before the leaves emerge.  Foliage is purple throughout the summer with sporadic fruit production.
- pale pink H x W - 20'x20'                     1.5"    

Potentilla, Abbotswood
Potentilla fruticosa 'Abbotswood'
This small shrub has a fine texture to its foliage with white blooms from June until frost. Considered one of the best white - flowered hybrids. Prefers moist, well - drained soil but is a tough plant & will tolerate poor soils & cold. Prune back hard in early spring.
- white H x W - 3' x 3' 3G    

Potentilla, Apricot
Potentilla fruticosa 'Apricot'
This cultivar of Potentilla has pale peach flowers and a small stature. See above for cultural info.
- peach H x W - 2' 3G    

Potentilla, Gold Finger
Potentilla fruticosa 'Gold Finger'
Large 1" diameter flowers show beautifully against dark green, fine textured foliage during their summer-long bloom.
- yellow H x W - 4'x5'                        N 3G    

Potentilla, Jackmanni
Potentilla fruticosa 'Jackmanni'
As Potentilla is known for, this hybrid has bright medium yellow flowers & bluish - green foliage. See above for cultural info.
- yellow H x W - 3 - 4' 3G    

Potentilla, Pink Beauty
Potentilla fruticosa 'Pink Beauty'
Not common for Potentilla, this one has pale pink flowers that hold up well in heat. Small stature. See above for cultural info.
- pink H x W - 2' 3G    

Privet, California
Ligustrum ovalifolium
A vigorous shrub with a dense thicket of erect stems that make for an attractive hedge plant.  Lustrous dark green foliage with heavy-scented, dull white flowers and shiny black fruit.
- white H x W - 15'x8'                             5G    

Pyracantha, Mohave
Pyracantha 'Mohave'
This densely branched, upright growing firethorn is covered with small, deep green shiny foliage that backs massive groups of small white flowers in late May.  Big groups of orange-red berries hold on through fall and into winter.
- white H x W - 12'x8'                             3G    

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