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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.

Pétunia

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Pétunia

An all-time favorite that enlivens the garden with a profusion of blooms that are irresistible to butterflies and hummingbirds. Naturally dwarf growth is splendid in hanging baskets and containers. Super planted with verbena, marigold, zinnia, geranium or other annuals.

Impatiente des jardins

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Impatiente des jardins

Abundant flowers contrast beautifully with the rich green foliage. This variety displays flat, spreading growth that highlights the shaded garden. Especially lovely in mixed containers, hanging baskets, at garden's edge, or anywhere a splash of color is desired.

Ancolie éventail

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Ancolie éventail

Striking flowers attract hummingbirds. Tidy mounds of foliage are perfect for garden's edge, the rock garden or a stone wall. This variety is neatly compact and very floriferous. Attractive with ferns, hosta or pulmonaria. Prefers moist soil.

Impatiente des jardins

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Impatiente des jardins

Abundant flowers contrast beautifully with the rich green foliage. Highlights the shaded garden and is especially lovely in mixed containers, hanging baskets, at garden's edge, or anywhere a splash of color is desired.

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Exquisite balloon-shaped buds open to beautiful blue-veined flowers. Makes a lovely display along walkways or in rock gardens, and is a unique cut flower. Remove faded flowers for best reblooming. New growth emerges late in spring.

Troène

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Troène

Dague espagnole

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Dague espagnole

Viorne de David

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Viorne de David

Beautiful burgundy fall color enhances the landscape value of this upright, rounded shrub that also boasts spring flowers, dark fruit, and glossy foliage. Works well for foundation, shrub border, and naturalizing. Prune in spring after flowering. Prefers well-drained soil.

Viorne obier

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Viorne obier

A deciduous shrub with extremely showy, large, round white flowers that resemble snowballs in late spring. This variety does not produce fruit.

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