Blanc

Sagine

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Sagine

Profuse flowers carpet the ground, followed by attractive evergreen foliage. Wonderful as a small-scale ground cover, cascading over stones, or as edging near the front of the garden. A good choice for the alpine garden.

Gazon d'Espagne

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Gazon d'Espagne

Abundant flowers attract butterflies to the garden and are lovely in summer bouquets. Ideal for the rock garden, as a small-scale ground cover or as an edging in the garden. Plants are quite salt tolerant and will adapt well to poor, dry soils.

Fleur Ballon

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Fleur Ballon

Dazzling flowers attract hummingbirds to your garden. Make a lovely display along walkways or in rock gardens, planted with gray foliages and bright or pastel flowers. Remove faded flowers for best reblooming. New growth emerges late in spring.

Chèvrefeuille du Japon

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Chèvrefeuille du Japon

An old-fashioned favorite, this vine has narrow, rich purplish-green foliage and very fragrant bicolored flowers. Use this vigorous climbing vine on porches or trellises, or as a ground cover to help prevent erosion. Excellent as a transition between landscaped and naturalized areas.

Amélanchier

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Amélanchier

Native shrubby tree has fragrant spring flowers followed by attractive leaves that provide welcome, light shade from summer's sun. Bright red berries are a delicious treat, if you can snatch some before the birds do. Fabulously colored autumn leaves fall to reveal handsome, smooth bark. Nice in informal shrub plantings.

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