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Teucrium chamaedrys

Small, evergreen subshrub with shiny green leaves and mounding growth habit 12-15" tall. Carmine-rose flowers appear in late summer to early fall. Tolerant of shearing. Z 5-8.

1 gal
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Thelypteris noveboracensis

Native. Deciduous, lush, yellow-green foliage creating an erect, yet graceful form. Strong grower that produces large colonies in moist areas. 1-2' ht. Z 4-8.

1 gal
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Thermopsis caroliniana

Clump-forming perennial with dense spikes of yellow flowers, resembling lupines, during summer. Tolerant of heat and drought once established. Prefers sun with well-drained soils. Cut back in summer to rejuvenate foliage if necessary. 3' ht x 4' w. Z 5-8.

1.5 gal
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Thymus 'Elfin'

A great thyme for rock gardens or around stepping stones. Tiny, deep-green leaves hug the ground. Dark-purple flowers appear in early summer. Z 5.

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Thymus praecox 'Coccineus'

Mat forming, fragrant, thyme that could reach 2" tall and spreads 18" wide. Red flowers from early to midsummer against deep-green foliage. Grow in full sun and moderate to dry soil with good drainage. Z 2-9.

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Thymus praecox 'Pseudolanuginosus'

A prostrate thyme with a woolly appearance. Fast growing plant with pale-pink flowers in midsummer. Good drainage and air circulation are preferred. Z 5-8.

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Thymus vulgaris

A common culinary herb growing to 6-12" tall with aromatic leaves and tiny, lilac flowers appearing during late spring to early summer. Provide well-drained conditions and full sun. Drought tolerant. Cut back to stimulate new growth. Z 5-9.

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Thymus x citriodorus

Lemon-scented leaves on erect stems growing 9-12" high. Pale-lilac to pink flowers appear in late summer. Z 5-8.

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Thymus x citriodorus - Silver Edge

Similar to the species but leaf margin lined with a narrow silver edge.

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Tiarella cordifolia

Native to Eastern North America. Easy to grow in moist, organic, shady sites. White to light-pink flowers develop in spring above a mound of green, deeply veined leaves tinged with burgundy. Stoloniferous plants will form a mass. 12-18" h x 24" w. Z 4-8.

1 gal
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