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General Plant Information

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(Please note that this is NOT a list of our plant material on hand, just plant information)

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Lady's Mantle

Alchemilla mollis
This perennial has kidney shaped green leaves with yellow to chartreuse flowers in spring & summer. Drought tolerant.
- yellow H x W - 1 - 2'       2G    

 Laurel, Elf
Kalmia latifolia 'Elf'
This dainty little Laurel has pink buds opening to white flowers with pink spotting!! Great for the small garden.
- white H x W - 3' 3G    

Laurel, Freckles
Kalmia latifolia, 'Freckles'
Good grower with purple to cinnamon color to interior of flowers.
-  cinnamon H x W - 6'x6'                         18"-21"    

Laurel, Heart of Fire
Kalmia latifolia 'Heart of Fire'
Red buds open to large pink flowers with darker edges.  May to June bloom time, after shoot growth has begun.
    H x W - 4'x4 1/2'                               3G     

Laurel, Otto Luyken Cherry

Prunus laurocerasus 'Otto Luyken'
This evergreen shrub forms a mounded habit. Pretty bell - shaped white flowers.
- white H x W - 12' 7G    

Laurel, Minuet
Kalmia latifolia 'Minuet'
Miniature with wide, upright form and dark-green, glossy foliage.  Full size flowers, light pink in bud, open white with a bright cinnamon band.
- pink H x W - 5'-5'                           3G    

Laurel, Nipmuck
Kalmia latifolia 'Nipmuck'
Intense red buds that open to soft pink flowers.  The outside of the corolla is dark pink.  Blooms May to June.
- pink H x W -  4 1/2'x4'                           3G    

 Laurel, Olympic Fire
Kalmia latifolia 'Olympic Fire'
This beauty has brilliant red buds opening to pink flowers.
- pink H x W - 6 - 10' 3G    

 Laurel, Peppermint
Kalmia latifolia 'Peppermint'
This beauty features 'peppermint candy' flowers!! Larger than the other Laurels we offer but definitely a must - have!!! Developed by R. Jaynes, Broken Arrow Nursery, CT.
- white w/ maroon H x W - 5' 3G    

Laurel, Pristine
Kalmia latifolia 'Pristine'
Dense, full and rounded with light to medium green foliage and abundant, pure white clusters of blooms each May and June.
- white H x W - 7'x7'                           3G    

Lavender Cotton, Nana

Santolina incana 'Nana'
This pungently scented perennial has grey foliage, similar to lavender, with button shaped yellow flowers in summer.
- yellow H x W - 2' 3G    

Lavender, Grosso

Lavandula x intermedia 'Grosso'
This very fragrant perennial herb is drought tolerant with purple flowers all summer.
- purple H x W - 2' 3G    

Lavender, Munstead

Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead'
Munstead Lavender has dark grey felted leaves with lavender to purple fragrant spikes in summer.
- purple H x W - 1 - 2' 3G    

Lavender, Provence

Lavandula x intermedia 'Provence'
Provence is a compact plant with long flower stems topped by light purple flowers. Drought-tolerant.
- lavender H x W - 2' 3G    

Leadwort

Ceratostigma plumbaginoides
This great groundcover has green leaves with burgundy tinges & electric blue flowers.
- blue H x W - 8"   2G    

Leucothoe, Coastal

Leucothoe axillaris
This unusual shrub has evergreen leathery leaves on branches that zigzag with white, bell - shaped flowers in spring. Will scorch in full sun.
- white H x W - 2 - 4' x 5' 3G    

Leucothoe, Drooping

Leucothoe catesbaei
Similar to the above Leucothoe this shrub also has evergreen leathery leaves with white, bell - shaped flowers in spring. Will scorch in full sun.
- white H x W - 5' x 5' 3G    

Liatris, Kobold
Liatris spicata 'Kobold'
An early-blooming cultivar prized for its shorter, more compact habit.  Pinkish purple spikes begin blooming in June and continue through September.
- pinkish purple H x W - 24"x30"                     1G    

Liatris, Purple Gayfeather (Blazing Star)
Liatris spicata
Bold, stiff spikes of showy rose-purple feathery flowers above basal clumps of bright green, narrow, grass-like foliage.  Leaves gradually thin as they rise up the stalk.  Blooms July thru August from the top of the spike downward.
- rose-purple H x W - 3'+x18"                   N      

Lilac, Common Purple
Syringa vulgaris  'Common Purple'
Prized for their beautiful, aromatic flowers, this lilac sets its buds at an early age.  It's upright, multi-stem form bursts into bloom in mid-May.
- purple H x W - 15'x12'                           5G    

Lilac, Donald Wyman
Syringa prestoniae
Extremely hardy and disease-resistant variety whose dense, full form and larger, almost corrugated foliage showcases large, pyramidal spikes of reddish-purple flowers in early to mid-June.
- reddish purple H x W - 10'x10'                         5G    

Lilac, Dwarf Korean

Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'
This lilac, compact in stature, is perfect for a smaller garden. Beautiful shrub. Well - drained, acidic soil. Tolerates some drought.
- lavender H x W - 4 - 5' 5G    

Lilac, FairyDust

Syringa 'Bail Dust'
This new dwarf has pale pink buds that open to antique pink flowers. Hardy, trouble - free shrub.
- pink H x W - 5' 3G    

Lilac, James MacFarlane
Syringa  'James MacFarlane'
An upright, extremely hardy Preston Lilac that features bright pink, single flowers with a light fragrance in June.
- pink H x W - 10'x9'                           7 & 10G     

Lilac, Miss Kim
Syringa patula 'Miss Kim'
An upright shrub that blooms later than most lilacs.  Its purple buds open to reveal fragrant blue flowers. Exhibits nice fall color of purple and red.
-  purple H x W - 7'x6'                         5G    

Lilac, Persian (Dwarf Korean)
Syringa meyeri palibin
A compact, small-leaf cultivar with prolific, fragrant lavender blooms in May-even at an early age.  Clean foliage that's not susceptible to powdery mildew.
- lavender H x W - 6'x7'                         5G    

Lilac, Tree

Syringa reticulata
Tree Lilac has white flowers & is considered to be one of the best Lilacs.  Use as specimen, street tree or in groups. Well - drained, acidic soil. Tolerates some drought & salt.
- white H x W - 20 - 30 x 15'+ 6 - 8'    

Lily, Orange Pixie Asiatic

Lilium orientalis 'Stargazer'
This vivid little Lily has deep orange flowers. Great with purples.
- orange H x W - 12 - 16" 3G    

Lily, Stargazer Oriental

Lilium orientalis 'Stargazer'
This is probably the most popular Oriental Lily. Pretty hot pink and white; fragrant. Needs well - drained soil.
- pink/white H x W - 2.5 - 3' x 2' 3G    

Lily, White Stargazer Oriental

Lilium orientalis 'White Stargazer'
The white form of Stargazer, this one is just as fragrant & beautiful.
- white H x W - 2.5 - 3' x 2' 3G    

Lilyturf, Big Blue

Liriope muscari 'Big Blue'
Pale lavender flowers top this variety of of Lilyturf.
- lavender H x W - 1' x 1' 1G    

Lilyturf, Variegated

Liriope muscari 'Variegata'
This great little groundcover has strap - like leaves with gold variegation and little lavender flowers. Will scorch in full sun. Great alternative (in full shade) to grass. Clumping habit.
- purple H x W - 8 - 10" 1G    

Lilyturf, White - Flowered

Liriope muscari 'Monroe White'
This plant has solid green leaves and little spikes of white flowers.
- white H x W - 8 - 10" 1G    

Lobelia, Elmfire
Lobelia 'Elmfire'
Sprays of red flowers all summer with maroon foliage.
- red H x W - 36"x18"                           3G    

Lobelia, Great Blue
Lobelia siphilitica
This native "Denizen of Dampness" is covered in deep blue flowers in late summer and early fall on tall spikes.
- blue/purple H x W - 3'x1'                         3G    

Lupine, My Castle

Lupinus polyphyllus 'My Castle'
Wine red blooms above dissected leaves describe this gorgeous Lupine. Fragrant.
- red H x W - 2 - 5'   1G    

 

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