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Paeonia suffruticosa

Known as tree peony, they are slow growing, woody plants reaching 4-5' with with blue-green leaves and large, colorful flowers during late spring. Prefer sun to part shade, even moisture, and neutral pH for best performance. Remove suckers. Z 5-9.

3 gal
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Panicum amarum 'Dewey Blue'

Showy blue leaves form an upright arching habit producing a focal point for the garden. Naturally found in sandy coastal areas stabilizing sand dunes. Blue tinged panicles of flowers develop in late summer. 3-4' ht x 2-3' w. Z 2-9.

1.5 gal
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Panicum 'Cape Breeze'PP 24895

A more compact cultivar with upright habit and tidy appearance for smaller gardens. Airy panicles of flower clusters appear in late summer. Tolerates drought or standing water. 24-36" h x 20-24" w. Z 4-9.

1 gal
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Panicum virgatum

Native. 4-8' tall, slowly spreading clumps with deep-green, narrow leaves turning golden-orange in autumn. Airy panicles of flower clusters appear in late summer. This native is found in prairies, open woods, and brackish marshes. Z 4.

1.5 gal
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Panicum virgatum 'Heavy Metal'

Erect, metallic blue leaves. To 5' tall in bloom. Z 4.

1.5 gal
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Panicum virgatum 'Hot Rod'PP 26074

Leaves emerge blue-green turning deep-purple in the fall earlier than others. Red-purple seeds formed during late summer. Compact, upright habits resists lodging. Thrives in full sun and drained conditions. Drought tolerant. 36" h x 30" w. Z 4-10.

1.5 gal
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Panicum virgatum 'Northwind'

An upright cultivar with olive-green foliage turning shades of golden in fall. Vigorous grower with narrow plumes in late summer. Nice vertical accent and adaptable to a wide range of conditions. 4-5' ht. Z 2-9. 2014 PPA Perennial Plant of the Year.

1.5 gal
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Panicum virgatum 'Shenandoah'

The most spectacular coloration of the red switch grasses. Cascading, upright blue-green blades turning to dark-burgundy during fall. Airy pink plumes appear during late summer. 3-4' ht/5' in bloom. Z 4-10.

1.5 gal
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Parthenocissus quinquefolia

Native. A deciduous, woody vine capable of climbing 30' feet or more on smooth or rough surfaces. The dark-green palmately compound leaves turn red to burgundy in fall. Bluish berries develop in fall. Easy to grow. Z 4-9.

1.5 gal
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Pennisetum alopecuroides

Gracefully weeping foliage forms a 3-4' mound with golden-yellow fall color. Bristley flower heads held slightly higher than foliage develop during early fall. Z (5)6.

2 gal
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