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Viorne obier

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Viorne obier

Best known for its snowball flowers, this sterile shrub produces no berries. Ideal when planted in large groups as a hedge or screen. Plant in a shrub garden with holly and hydrangea, or use as background for peony and daylily. Prefers well-drained soil.

Leucanthemum

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Leucanthemum

Dazzling, bright white double flowers are a favorite for cutting. Attractive in butterfly gardens, or combined with other perennials such as poppies or yarrow. Remove faded flowers down to the next bud to extend bloom period.

Pensée

Pensée

Charming pale blue flowers on trailing stems. Makes an attractive ground cover at the base of topiary or larger plants. Beautiful cascading from containers and baskets. A vigorous spreader in warm climates.

Ibéris sempervirent

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Ibéris sempervirent

Profuse flowers attract butterflies to the garden. Attractive cascading over stones, planted at garden's edge or along walkways. Striking companion to spring-blooming perennials and bulbs. Shear after blooming for best appearance. Shiny evergreen leaves.

Muguet

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Muguet

Deliciously fragrant blossoms are superb cut flowers. An excellent naturalizing ground cover for shaded areas, especially well-suited to woodland sites or beneath trees and shrubs. Extremely drought tolerant. May be too vigorous for the perennial garden.

Ancolie éventail

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Ancolie éventail

Striking flowers attract hummingbirds. Exceptional blue-green foliage and compact form are excellent at garden's edge or in the rock garden. Attractive with ferns, hostas or pulmonarias. Long-lived variety will also spread by self-seeding.

Silene uniflora

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Silene uniflora

Striking mat-forming variegated foliage produces puffy white flowers in early summer. Plants are drought tolerant and require good drainage. Excellent for use in rock gardens or edging the perennial border.

Cournoullier soyeux

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Cournoullier soyeux

Cestreau nocturne

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Cestreau nocturne

Clusters of flowers emit intoxicating fragrance more so during the night than the day. Fast-growing shoots can be pruned after flowering. Use in the landscape as a specimen or accent, or in pots and container gardens on the deck or porch.

Orpin

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Orpin

This dainty plant is an outstanding addition to mixed succulent containers. Excellent in the rock garden, at garden's edge, or along walkways. Ideal for small niches between rocks. Low maintenance and easy to grow.

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