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Viorne

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Viorne

Compact, horizontal-growing shrub is covered with large clusters of blooms in spring. Late season berries attract birds. Handsome, toothed foliage turns scarlet in fall. Graceful, lateral branching creates a tiered appearance, especially when mass planted. Excellent for specimen, foundation and accent. Prefers well-drained soil.

Marguerite

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Marguerite

Dwarf, bushy plant with small white flowers that have yellow centers. Stunning as a border plant or in mass plantings. Attractive in butterfly gardens, cutting gardens, or combined with other perennials or annuals.

Leucanthemum superbum

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Leucanthemum superbum

Beautiful daisy flowers are great for summer bouquets. Also attractive in butterfly gardens or combined with other perennials such as iris, poppy, daylily or yarrow. Remove faded flowers down to the next visible bud to promote rebloom.

Pensée

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Pensée

Abundant flowers adorn compact plants. Excellent for adding early and late season color to gardens and containers.

Arabette du Caucase

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Arabette du Caucase

Abundant, fragrant flowers and attractive silvery foliage make this a wonderful small-scale ground cover. Attractive cascading over stones, or as edging near the front of the garden. Shear after blooming to encourage new growth and a neat appearance.

Troène du Japon

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Troène du Japon

This shrub is good for accents, borders or hedges. Easily pruned to desired shape and size. Will grow in any area except continually wet sites.

Viorne odorante

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Viorne odorante

Laurier-cerise

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Laurier-cerise

Hortensia

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Hortensia

Large, showy white flower heads. Makes a stunning display in shaded gardens or mixed shrub plantings. Beautiful in flower arrangements, fresh or dried. Requires winter protection in zone 5.

Laurier-cerise

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Laurier-cerise

Year-round interest with fragrant spring flowers and glossy, bushy foliage. Red berries mature to black. Evergreen leaves provide color for the winter landscape. This variety is very compact. An excellent shrub for screening and ground cover, planting in large groups or as a foundation plant.

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