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Japanese Anemone

Botanical Name: Anemone x 'Honorine Jobert'

Anemone x 'Honorine Jobert' is a Japanese Anemone with tall single white flowers, fall blooming. It prefers moist, humus-rich sites, and will make a large clump in time.  2016 Perennial Plant of the Year.

Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Botanical Name: Anemone x 'Pamina'

The semi-double pinkish lavender flowers of 'Pamina' Japanese Anemone appear on compact plants. Fall blooming and showy.

Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Botanical Name: Anemone x 'Prince Henry'
With tall semi-double deep rose flowers, 'Prince Henry' ('Prinz Heinrich') Japanese Anemone is a beautiful selection by Wilhelm Pfitzer of Germany, fall blooming.
Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Botanical Name: Anemone x 'September Charm'

'September Charm' Japanese Anemone has a silvery cast to its tall pinkish rose single flowers. One of the hardiest of the Anemones, it expands gradually to make an impressive group. Fall blooming.

Japanese Anemone

Japanese Anemone

Botanical Name: Anemone x 'Whirlwind'
Anemone x 'Whirlwind' ('Wirlbelwind') is a Japanese Anemone with tall double white flowers. Fall blooming, and a good cut flower.
Japanese Anemone

Japanese Aster

Botanical Name: Kalimeris incisa 'Blue Star'
'Blue Star' Japanese Aster has pale blue Aster-like flowers held above deep green foliage, blooming from June to fall. Kalimeris incisa 'Blue Star' is a deservedly popular perennial in Europe. The habit is neat and compact, and it never flags in hot weather.
Japanese Aster

Japanese Aucuba

Botanical Name: Aucuba japonica

Aucuba japonica boasts large shiny green leaves with spectacular large bright red berries all winter. Evergreen and unlike most variegated Aucubas, it is female.

Japanese Aucuba

Japanese Aucuba

Botanical Name: Aucuba japonica 'Variegata'
Aucuba japonica 'Variegata' has shiny green leaves sprinkled with gold spots, and is evergreen. Variegated Japanese Aucuba is often called 'Gold Dust' Aucuba.
Japanese Aucuba

Japanese Cedar

Botanical Name: Cryptomeria japonica 'Black Dragon'

The blackish green evergreen foliage of 'Black Dragon' Japanese Cedar has an interesting irregular texture on an upright plant. Cryptomeria japonica 'Black Dragon' is much slower and smaller than C. 'Yoshino', so excellent for smaller spaces. It is also salt tolerant.

Japanese Cedar

Japanese Cedar

Botanical Name: Cryptomeria japonica 'Globosa Nana'

Dwarf Globe Japanese Cedar is a dense rounded evergreen which adds a lot of color to the year-round landscape. The tight needles are a vivid bright green in the summer. In the fall and winter, they turn bluish purple with shades of rust. Since it is both pest resistant and compact, 'Globosa Nana' works well as a foundation evergreen, especially where deer are a problem. Pruning will probably never be needed to keep its neat habit.

Japanese Cedar

Japanese Cedar

Botanical Name: Cryptomeria japonica 'Radicans'
'Radicans' Japanese Cedar is very similar to Cryptomeria 'Yoshino' in texture, habit and hardiness, but its habit is tighter and darker green, with more resistance to winter leader problems. A very useful and rewarding conifer, one that Doug Webber of Blue Sterling and John Stella both prefer to 'Yoshino'. It is also salt tolerant.
Japanese Cedar

Japanese Cedar

Botanical Name: Cryptomeria japonica 'Yoshino'

'Yoshino' Japanese Cedar has dark green foliage and an upright habit. It is surprisingly shade and salt tolerant. It makes a large hedge very rapidly.

Japanese Cedar

Japanese Kerria

Botanical Name: Kerria japonica 'Golden Guinea'
'Golden Guinea' Japanese Kerria has single yellow flowers in great quantity in early summer. It is a repeat bloomer when pruned a little. The green leafless twigs add an element of winter interest.
Japanese Kerria

Japanese Painted Fern

Botanical Name: Athyrium nipponicum 'Pictum'
Japanese Painted Fern has showy silver, purple and green foliage. It is a deciduous creeper. Athyrium nipponicum 'Pictum' was the 2004 Perennial Plant of the Year.
Japanese Painted Fern

Japanese Scholar Tree

Botanical Name: Styphnolobium japonica 'Gold Stem'

'Gold Stem' Japanese Scholar Tree has come into this country very recently, and is prized for its beautiful golden yellow twigs.  The leaves are light green, providing a contrast to the branches' new growth.  Formerly named 'Sophora' in the trade, Styphnolobium 'Gold Stem' is a very rare Pagoda tree which will probably benefit from frequent pruning, as the brilliant twig color is only present on new growth.  Bees love the ivory flowers in late summer, and birds eat the green seedpods.  Styphnolobiums have proved to be excellent urban trees because of their pollution tolerance.

Japanese Scholar Tree

Japanese Silver Grass

Botanical Name: Miscanthus 'Purpurascens'

Autumn Flame Miscanthus has vivid fall foliage in shades of orange and red for several weeks before turning to an attractive pale tan.  Miscanthus 'Purpurascens' is one of the earliest Japanese Silver grasses to bloom, with red-tinged inflorescences appearing in July.  They fade to silver by late summer, and are a lovely addition to the winter landscape.  The seeds are a source of winter food for birds, and Miscanthus 'Purpurascens' is actually a plant that thrives under Black Walnuts.

Japanese Silver Grass

Japanese Silver Grass

Botanical Name: Miscanthus sinensis 'Adagio'
'Adagio' Japanese Silver Grass has silver inflorescences in August, above green foliage. Fall color is bronzy before turning to winter tan. A Kurt Bluemel introduction.
Japanese Silver Grass

Japanese Silver Grass - Variegated

Botanical Name: Miscanthus sinensis 'Variegatus'

The reddish inflorescences of Variegated Japanese Silver Grass appear in September over white and green striped leaves. The silver seedheads and light tan leaves and stems are attractive all winter.

Japanese Silver Grass - Variegated

Japanese Spurge

Botanical Name: Pachysandra terminalis

Japanese Spurge has leaves that are like green parasols.  It spreads rapidly to form a dense evergreen mat. Pachysandra terminalis has greenish-white flower spikes in spring which add an extra element of interest.

Japanese Spurge

Japanese Spurge

Botanical Name: Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Sheen'
'Green Sheen' Japanese Spurge has evergreen foliage that is a glossier and darker green than the species. It also has a tighter, more upright habit. White flower spikes in spring are also added interest.
Japanese Spurge

Jasmine - Common White

Botanical Name: Jasminum officinale Fiona Sunrise™

Fiona Sunrise™ (‘Frojas’) Common White Jasmine is a stunning tender vine which has shown reliable hardiness as far north as Zone 6. The delicate foliage is bright chartreuse all summer, even when planted in full sun. Further south it produces fragrant white summer flowers, so its use as a protected container plant would have this added advantage. It forms a lovely contrast if allowed to scramble up through purple-leafed plants like Loropetalum or Cotinus. It may die to the ground in tough winters, but will grow to 6-8’ in the following summer. Found in England and introduced by Fromefield Nursery.

Jasmine - Common White

Joe Pye Weed

Botanical Name: Eupatorium dubium 'Little Joe'

The mauve pink flower clusters of 'Little Joe' Joe Pye Weed appear in July and August. Selected by Steve Lighty and introduced by Conard-Pyle Company of Pennsylvania. It is also wet site tolerant, and a great butterfly attractant.

Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed

Botanical Name: Eupatorium x 'Phantom'

'Phantom' Joe Pye Weed was hybridized by Herbert Oudshoorn of Holland to produce a compact but heavily flowering Eupatorium.  The flower clumps emerge wine red in July, and mature to a strong pink.  The shorter size produces stronger stems supporting the showy compound flowers, which are an attractive addition to a cut flower arrangement.  This tough native is a great butterfly attractant in mid to late summer, and it also is deer resistant.

Joe Pye Weed

Joe Pye Weed - Japanese

Botanical Name: Eupatorium fortunei 'Pink Frost'

‘Pink Frost’ Japanese Joe Pye Weed combines beautiful pink flower clumps in September with striking leaves of green edged in creamy ivory. The vivid foliage is an addition to the perennial garden all summer.  Like its American cousins, Japanese Joe Pye Weed performs best in moist soils in sunny locations. ‘Pink Frost’ is a clump form plant which slowly widens by rhizomes. Butterflies love the deep pink flowers.

Joe Pye Weed - Japanese

Juniper - Blue Rug

Botanical Name: Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltoni'
Juniperus horizontalis 'Wiltoni' has bright blue evergreen foliage that forms a dense, slow growing mat. The 'Blue Rug' Juniper makes an excellent, colorful groundcover for salty, windy and rocky locations.
Juniper - Blue Rug

Juniper - Blue Star Single Seed

Botanical Name: Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star'
The foliage of 'Blue Star' Single Seed Juniper forms a dense, vivid blue mound, looking like a puffy blue cloud. Juniperus squamata 'Blue Star' is evergreen and slow growing.
Juniper - Blue Star Single Seed

Juniper - Dwarf Japanese Garden

Botanical Name: Juniperus procumbens 'Nana'
The bluish-green foliage of Dwarf Japanese Garden Juniper forms a stiff, sculpted mat. Evergreen, salt tolerant and slow growing, Juniperus procumbens 'Nana' is particularly useful in combination with rocks. This is a Juniper commonly used to make Bonsai.
Juniper - Dwarf Japanese Garden

Juniper - Shore

Botanical Name: Juniperus conferta 'Blue Pacific'
'Blue Pacific' Shore Juniper's evergreen foliage is silvery-blue and very soft and fluffy in texture. Makes an excellent groundcover, especially in salt-affected sites. Not as prickly as most Junipers.
Juniper - Shore

Korean Feather Reed Grass

Botanical Name: Calamagrostis brachytricha
Korean Feather Reed Grass has beautiful airy pinkish inflorescences in September, above strong green foliage. It is shade and moist site tolerant and blooms much later than other Feather Reed Grasses.
Korean Feather Reed Grass

Korean Stewartia

Botanical Name: Stewartia koreana

Korean Stewartia features white Camellia-like flowers which appear in June.  Based on our experience, the flower of S. koreana is more upright and slightly larger than S. pseudocamellia.  Stewartia has exfoliating bark in shades of tan and gray and beautiful burgundy-red fall foliage.  A wonderful plant in all four seasons.

Korean Stewartia

Korean Sweetheart Tree

Botanical Name: Euscaphis japonica

Euscaphis japonica is called the Korean Sweetheart Tree because of its rose red fruit pods which look like little hearts as they open.  The broad ivory yellow flower panicles appear in June, and are followed by the showy fruit displayed August through September.  When the red pods open, they are made even more showy by revealing large shiny blue-black seeds.  The bark is also attractive, with white striations on the purplish brown coloration.  This was one of Dr JC Raulston's favorite exotic tree introductions.

Korean Sweetheart Tree

Korean Tetradium/Bee Bee Tree

Botanical Name: Tetradium (Evodia) daniellii

Korean Tetradium blooms for an extended time in mid summer, with quantities of small white flowers in flat corymbs. The flowers, which attract lots of bees and insects, mature to attractive red capsules opening up to display jet black seeds. The green disease-free pinnate leaves often are accentuated by showy red leaf stems (rachis). Tetradium daniellii is a little-seen small ornamental tree which should be added to more landscapes because of its excellent summer appeal. Beekeepers especially value Tetradium for its late season nectar source.  This is another "changing name" plant, formerly named 'Evodia' and 'Euodia'.

Korean Tetradium/Bee Bee Tree

Lady Fern

Botanical Name: Athyrium filix-femina
Lady Fern has green lacy foliage, and is a deciduous clump. It is relatively sun tolerant, in spite of its fine foliage. A good filler for moist woodland gardens.
Lady Fern

Lady Fern

Botanical Name: Athyrium filix-femina 'Lady In Red'
The medium green delicate foliage of 'Lady in Red' Lady Fern is set off by deep red stems for a striking effect. A deciduous clump.
Lady Fern

Lady Fern

Botanical Name: Athyrium x 'Ghost'

'Ghost' Lady Fern is a hybrid of A. filix-femina and A. nipponicum 'Pictum'. This fern combines the best of its parents in its brilliant silvery coloring on a light green background. The habit of Athyrium x 'Ghost' is somewhat upright and the color lights up dark spots amazingly. A deciduous clump which slowly widens, 'Ghost' was found in a garden in Richmond, Virginia as a spontaneous seedling.

Lady Fern

Lady's Mantle

Botanical Name: Alchemilla mollis 'Thriller'

'Thriller' Lady's Mantle blooms in May and June, producing airy delicate chartreuse yellow flowers held above fuzzy bluish green leaves.  'Thriller' has somewhat larger pleated leaves than the species, and like all Alchemilla mollis, the hairy leaves repel rain water so that the foliage has attractive silver water drops on if after a gentle rain.  'Thriller' performs best in shady, moist conditions.

Lady's Mantle

Lamb's Ear

Botanical Name: Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein'
'Helene von Stein' Lamb's Ear has some lavender flowers in June and July over fuzzy silver large-leafed foliage. Stachys byzantina 'Helene von Stein' makes a great dry site groundcover, spreading slowly to cover a large area.
Lamb's Ear

Lavender

Botanical Name: Lavandula x intermedia 'Phenomenal'

‘Phenomenal’ Lavender is a sport of L. ‘Grosso’, displaying greater disease resistance, vigor and winter hardiness. It was found and introduced by Peace Tree Farms of Pennsylvania, and has shown excellent flower production and survival in commercial Lavender farms. The flowers are tall and fragrant, set off by clear silver foliage. Blooms appear in mid summer and last a long time, making an excellent cut flower. Excellent drainage helps survival.

Lavender

Leather Pigsqueak

Botanical Name: Bergenia x 'Bressingham Ruby'

'Bressingham Ruby' Leather Pigsqueak has dark pink flowers in April and May, burgundy fall foliage which it holds through the winter.  A slow growing evergreen groundcover, and a great shade plant from Alan Bloom of England. And we love the common name 'Pigsqueak'.

Leather Pigsqueak

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x 'Blushing Bridesmaid'

‘Bushing Bridesmaid’ Lenten Rose is part of the Wedding Party™ Series, bred by Hans Hansen. The blooms resulting from this series are all double. ‘Blushing Bridesmaid’ produces double white flowers veined with fine raspberry stripes and edged with dark raspberry picotees. The blooms are large and displayed above clean evergreen foliage.

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x Brandywine™
Brandywine™ Lenten Rose has an extraordinary mix of colors (pale spotted pinks through dark wine reds) and flower forms (singles, doubles, and anemone forms) resulting from years of work and passion by famed Hellebore breeder David Culp, and introduced by North Creek Nurseries. A winter-blooming, evergreen, long lived perennial. Dry site tolerant.
Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x 'Confetti Cake'

‘Confetti Cake’ Lenten Rose is another Wedding Party™ Series contribution from Hans Hansen and Walters Gardens. The 2 ½” blooms are white with an abundance of burgundy speckles surrounding the center of the double flowers. The evergreen foliage makes for an excellent green setting for the floral display.

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x 'New York Night'

‘New York Night’ Lenten Rose is a Hans Hansen introduction from Walters Gardens Honeymoon™ Series. The 3” single flowers are shades of deep purple, grayish black and blackish purple, surrounding soft yellow stamens. Helleborus ‘New York Night’ is a heavy bloomer with lustrous green evergreen foliage.

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x 'Rome in Red'

‘Rome in Red’ Lenten Rose comes from Hans Hansen’s Honeymoon™ Series breeding program. The single burgundy red blossoms are very large (3”) and showy for a long period in late winter and early spring. They are displayed prominently over the green evergreen foliage. Like other Lenten Roses, Helleborus ‘Rome in Red’ is a very long lived perennial, making an increasing large clump each year.

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x 'Royal Heritage Strain'

The white, pink, rose and burgundy flowers of 'Royal Heritage Strain' Lenten Rose bloom in winter, from early March to April. An evergreen perennial from the great plantsman John Elsley, formally of Wayside Gardens. Does well in dry sites.

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x 'Spanish Flare'

‘Spanish Flare’ Lenten Rose comes from the Honeymoon™ Series of Hellebores. The large yellow flowers appear in late winter and early spring, and are made even more striking by the vivid maroon centers around the nectaries. All Hellebore flowers persist for a very long time, changing to greenish hues as they age. Evergreen and dry site tolerant, Helleborus x ‘Spanish Flare’ is a lovely addition to the shade garden. Hybridized by Hans Hansen.

Lenten Rose

Lenten Rose

Botanical Name: Helleborus x ballardiae 'Merlin'

'Merlin' ('Coseh 810') Gold Collection® Ballard Hellebore adds a colorful element to the winter landscape, bearing soft pink flowers which face upward, displayed on wine-red stems.  As the blooms age over several months they become a deep cranberry color, followed by pinkish-green at the end of the season.  The deer resistant evergreen foliage is a dark glossy green.  Prefers moist but well drained shady locations.

Lenten Rose

Lenton Rose - Hybrid

Botanical Name: Helleborus x ballardiae 'Pink Frost'

'Pink Frost' ('COSEH 710') Hybrid Lenton Rose is part of the HGC® (Hellebore Gold Collection®) series, with a multitude of pink flowers in March.  They are displayed above green evergreen leaves which are accentuated by a silver netting, and as they age, their blooms age to a deep rose color.  The flowers last for a very long period, and the sturdy clumps grow larger every year.  An introduction from Heuger Nursery in Germany.

Lenton Rose - Hybrid

Leyland Cypress

Botanical Name: Cupressocyparis leylandii

Leyland Cypress is a very fast growing, uniform evergreen conifer which makes a clean green hedge in a hurry. xCupressocyparis leylandii is best from containers because the root system seems to be slower growing than the top, and thus difficult to dig and transplant.

Leyland Cypress

Ligularia

Botanical Name: Ligularia stenocephala 'Little Rocket'

'Little Rocket' Ligularia has bright yellow flower spikes in mid summer above green heart-shaped leaves. Likes good moisture, not dry conditions.

Ligularia

Ligularia

Botanical Name: Ligularia stenocephala 'The Rocket'
The tall yellow spires of flowers of Ligularia stenocephala 'The Rocket' cover the burgundy-red stems over dentate green leaves in mid summer. This plant is best in moist shade, not dry sun.
Ligularia

Lilac - Dwarf Manchurian

Botanical Name: Syringa pubescens subsp. patula 'Miss Kim'
Syringa patula 'Miss Kim' has ice blue flowers in May that are mildly fragrant. Dwarf Manchurian Lilac has clean small-leaved foliage that is disease resistant, and a compact habit.
Lilac - Dwarf Manchurian

Lilac - Japanese Tree

Botanical Name: Syringa reticulata 'Ivory Silk'

'Ivory Silk' Japanese Tree Lilac has creamy white flower clusters in June that are displayed on top of dark green lustrous foliage. Makes a lovely, summer-interest small tree. Bark on the branches is an attractive reddish-brown in winter. An introduction from Sheridan Nursery of Ontario, Canada. We grow them treeform only.

Lilac - Japanese Tree

Lilac - Meyer

Botanical Name: Syringa meyeri 'Palibin'
The lavender flowers of 'Palibin' Meyer Lilac appear in April and May with a mild fragrance, dwarf habit, and clean mildew resistant foliage. The leaves are much smaller and more attractive than S. vulgaris foliage.
Lilac - Meyer

Lily of the Valley

Botanical Name: Convallaria majalis
Lily of the Valley has white extremely fragrant bell-like flowers in May. Convallaria is a good groundcover for tough shady sites. Some orange fruit may appear in fall.
Lily of the Valley

Lily-turf

Botanical Name: Liriope muscari 'Big Blue'

The lavender-blue flowers of 'Big Blue' Lily-turf appear in late summer. Liriope tolerates dry and difficult sites, and is an evergreen spreader. The flower spikes make good short cut flowers.

Lily-turf

Lily-turf

Botanical Name: Liriope muscari 'Royal Purple'

'Royal Purple' Lily-turf produces purple flower spikes in August and September, held above dark green strap-like foliage.  Liriope 'Royal Purple' makes a tough, neat groundcover, slowly spreading to make wide, weed repelling patches.  The flower spikes make attractive long lasting cut flowers, and the evergreen leaves are a consistent source of winter color.  In the fall, Liriope 'Royal Purple' produces black shiny berries on the spent flower spikes.

Lily-turf

Lily-turf - Variegated

Botanical Name: Liriope muscari 'Variegata'

Lavender-blue flowers in late summer appear over cream and green striped foliage. Variegated Lily-turf tolerates dry sites and is a showy evergreen clump.  Can be used in a mass planting or as a single perennial specimen.

Lily-turf - Variegated

Lobelia - Big Blue

Botanical Name: Lobelia siphilitica
Big Blue Lobelia has clear blue flower spikes appearing in August and September, attracting hummingbirds, butterflies and insects. Does well in full sun, even more than L. cardinalis. Very wet site tolerant, and naturalizes well from seed.
Lobelia - Big Blue

London Plane Tree

Botanical Name: Platanus x acerifolia 'Suttneri'

Variegated London Plane Tree has green and white foliage, but the most striking characteristic is its brilliant white bark.  Like the well known street tree Platanus x aceifolius, the bark color is revealed when the exfoliating bark drops off.  Platanus 'Suttneri' would preform well as a street tree, but the beauty of its bark makes it a great looking candidate as a specimen, displayed against a green backdrop.  The first one we've seen has been grown for a number of years at Rare Find Nursery in Jackson, NJ. 

London Plane Tree

Loosestrife - Lance-leafed

Botanical Name: Lysimachia lanceolata

Lance-leafed Loosestrife is an attractive, adaptable native beauty, with narrow willow-like leaves topped by lots of small bright yellow flowers. The bloom period is extensive from July through August, and the flowers are very attractive to native pollinators. Lysimachia lanceolata grows happily in a variety of soil types, from moist to sandy and rocky sites. Since it functions well as a soil stabilizer, it can serve as a loose groundcover.

Loosestrife - Lance-leafed

Lungwort

Botanical Name: Pulmonaria x 'Raspberry Splash'
'Raspberry Splash' Lungwort has raspberry-pink flowers in April and May, and silver spots cover the long green leaves. A tough Pulmonaria.
Lungwort

Lungwort - Longleafed

Botanical Name: Pulmonaria longifolia 'Bertram Anderson'
'Bertram Anderson' Longleafed Lungwort has violet-blue flowers in May and June, over silver and green narrow leaves. It is mildew resistant. A good tough Pulmonaria.
Lungwort - Longleafed

Lungwort - Longleafed

Botanical Name: Pulmonaria longifolia var. cevennensis
Longleafed Lungwort has violet-blue flowers in April and May over long silver and green mildew resistant leaves. Originally found in the Cevennes region in France. The toughest of the Pulmonarias.
Lungwort - Longleafed
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