Plant of the Month

Toad Lily

Perfect for late-summer color, the Toad Lily attracts hummingbirds and brings a delicate charm to shady gardens.

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Junior Walker Catmint

A long lasting perennial that brings lavender-blue flowers to your landscape all throughout the summer months.

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Little Lime Hydrangea

Little Lime Hydrangea is a popular newer introduction that offers all of the impact of the standard panicle Hydrangea in a smaller form.

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Max Frei Geranium

Max Frei is a favorite at LawnCare by Walter. It boasts long bloom times for brilliant color in summer.

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Caesar's Brother Iris

Add brightness to your Spring garden and texture all season long.

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Eastern Redbud

The Eastern Redbud's open branching creates a stunning statement all year.

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Spring Bulbs

Spring bulbs are the welcomers of the season's arrival with an array of colors and styles!

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New Jersey Tea

An underused shrub, New Jersey Tea is a shrub you should become familiar with!

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Redosier Red-twig Dogwood

Vivid Colors Brighten the Winter Doldrums.

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Rugosa Rose

It was introduced to America from Japan in the mid-19th century, since it could tolerate salt water.

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Narrow Leaf Blue Star

Narrow Leaf Blue Star is an underused perennial in the modern landscape that boasts multi-seasonal interest.

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Black Chokeberry

Ravishing fall colors for nearly every setting.

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Little Bluestem

Little bluestem is a native warm season prairie grass whose blue-green stems grow to 2-4 feet tall by September.

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Shamrock Inkberry

Great alternative for boxwood and evergreens to avoid winter burn.

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Jack Frost Brunnera

2012 PPA (Perennial Plant of the Year)

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Dwarf Bush-Honeysuckle

Fragrant yellow, trumpet-shaped blooms June-July

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Ice Dance Sedge

Add texture to your shade garden with the grass-like foliage of sedge.

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Butterfly Weed

This low maintenance perennial is versatile and beautiful.

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Zagreb Coreopsis

The perfect plant to kick-off the summer months!

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Hot Coral Coneflower

Color popping perennial, sure to be a show-stopper in your sunny garden!

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PJM Rhododendron

An excellent plant choice with 4 seasons of interest for any landscape!

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Prairie Smoke

This is the perfect plant for a low maintenance garden or beginner gardener, wanting to experiment with natives.

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Serbian Spruce

Use as a tree to add scale and height to a garden, in groupings or tightly spaced in windbreaks.

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Oakleaf Hydrangea

The Oakleaf Hydrangea is under-utilized in the North American landscaping...

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Astilbe Pumila

Astilbe Pumila, also known as Chinese Astilbe, is a prized and unique perennial...

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Caramel Coral Bell

Caramel Coral Bell is a showy and colorful perennial..

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Blue False Indigo

Blue False Indigo is a low maintenance shrubby perennial that grows best in full sun exposure..

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Compact Burning Bush

AKA Dwarf Burning Bush

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Black Tupelo

Also known as Sour Gum, this spectacular native tree is underused in our modern landscapes.

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Annabelle Hydrangea

At home in a variety of garden settings.

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Millinium Allium

Characteristics & Cultural Requirements Height: 12''-16" Spread: 12''-14" Habit/Form: Upright & compact Hardiness Zone: 4-9 Exposure: Full sun Soil: Well-drained

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American Hornbeam

A great small/medium sized tree that can be utilized in many planting situations.

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Northwind Switch Grass

Northwind Switch grass offers stunning architectural foliage that can make bold statement in the landscape.

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Dwarf Fothergilla

This easy to grow shrub makes a great choice for groupings, foundation plantings and native plant areas.

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Golden Raindrops Crabapple

This is yet another all-star for the landscape all season long

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Spring Crocus

This attractive perennial is one of the first true signs of spring.

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