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Abelia x grandiflora 'Rose Creek'

Abelia x grandiflora 'Rose Creek' provides a wonderful presence in the landscape with its plentiful fragrant white flowers and red-tinged stems on new growth. 'Rose Creek' Abelia will bloom beginning in May and last through the summer into September. (New name is Linnaea ├Ś grandiflora 'Rose Creek'.)

H: 4 Feet  ·   S: 3 Feet  ·   Zone: 6


Abelia x zanderi 'Little Richard'

A spreading, rounded shrub, 'Little Richard' Abelia has glossy dark green leaves that sometimes will be tinged bronze. Provides wonderful white, fragrant flowers through the summer until frost. (New name is Zabelia tyaihyonii 'Little Richard'.)

H: 3 Feet  ·   S: 3 Feet  ·   Zone: 6

Common Yarrow

Achillea millefolium

A long-blooming perennial with delicate white flowers from May to September that attract both bees and butterflies. Highly dissected, fern-like, grey-green foliage provides interesting texture throughout the growing season. Pleasant fragrance makes it great for use in the sensory or medicinal garden. Heat, humidity, drought, and salt tolerant.

H: 30 Inches  ·   S: 30 Inches  ·   Zone: 3


Achillea millefolium New Vintage™ 'White' PP25711

H: 14 Inches  ·   S: 12 Inches  ·   Zone: 4


Achillea ptarmica 'Peter Cottontail' PP31756

Round button-like white flowers cover green mounded plant in mid to late summer. Deer resistant and dry site tolerant.

H: 20 Inches  ·   S: 20 Inches  ·   Zone: 3

White Baneberry - Doll's Eyes

Actaea pachypoda

White flower spikes appear above green Astilbe-like foliage in spring. White berries with a black dot on the end, looking like doll's eyes, appear in summer. The fruit is highly toxic.

H: 24 Inches  ·   S: 30 Inches  ·   Zone: 3

Snakeroot - Cohosh

Actaea racemosa

Snakeroot or Cohosh is a spectacular addition to the late summer flower garden with tall, rocket-like spires of ivory white, fragrant flowers which are held high above the green foliage. The bloom period is longer than a month and insects love it (great for nature photographers). Actaea racemosa is best in moist, shady locations.

H: 72 Inches  ·   S: 48 Inches  ·   Zone: 4

Branched Bugbane

Actaea simplex 'Atropurpurea'

Branched Bugbane has fragrant white flowers in late summer, over purplish bronze foliage. By mid summer the leaves take on a green hue. Bees and butterflies love the blooms. Per noted plantsman David Culp, Actaea do very well under Black Walnuts.

H: 48 Inches  ·   S: 36 Inches  ·   Zone: 4

Kamchatka Bugbane

Actaea simplex 'Hillside Black Beauty' PP9988

'Hillside Black Beauty' Kamchatka Bugbane has white fragrant flowers in late summer that tower over dark purple foliage. A great source of nectar and pollen for insects. The leaf color is particularly intense in early summer before bloom time.

H: 48 Inches  ·   S: 36 Inches  ·   Zone: 4

Branched Bugbane

Actaea x 'Chocoholic' PP24821

'Chocoholic' Bugbane is shorter than other dark purple Actaeas, but what it lacks in stature it makes up for in the beauty of its foliage. The leaves emerge in the spring as a dark bronzy purple and turn more green by mid summer. The fragrant white flower spikes tower over the foliage in the late summer, attracting all manner of pollinators. This is particularly attractive when paired with shade tolerant gold foliage plants. Consistent moisture is necessary for the best performance.

H: 36 Inches  ·   S: 24 Inches  ·   Zone: 4

Bottlebrush Buckeye

Aesculus parviflora

Creamy white flowers on Aesculus parviflora appear in summer on long panicles. Bottlebrush Buckeye offers golden yellow fall color. Aesculus parviflora is a wonderful addition to the landscape to attract hummingbirds. Our neighbor nurseryman Dick Karkalits says it is an absolutely foolproof plant for just about any location, and we agree.

H: 10 Feet  ·   S: 10 Feet  ·   Zone: 4


Allium schoenoprasum 'Snowcap'

'Snowcap' Chives produces delicate white flowers above tubular foliage in early to mid summer. The bloom period is prolonged if Allium 'Snowcap' is deadheaded, which also keeps it from seeding itself in flowerbeds. The leaves are edible (this is a cultivar of edible chives), but are not touched by deer or rabbits. Alliums are bulbs, so 'Snowcap' is easily divided when dormant. A Mark McDonough introduction.

H: 12 Inches  ·   S: 12 Inches  ·   Zone: 3

Allium stipitatum Mount Everest
Ornamental Onion

Allium stipitatum 'Mount Everest'

Bright white pom-pom-like inflorescences packed with a dense cluster of individual white florets with green centers appear between late May and early July over strappy, arching foliage. Great for the sensory or pollinator garden. Deer resistant.

H: 30 Inches  ·   S: 20 Inches  ·   Zone: 4

Canada Serviceberry

Amelanchier canadensis

H: 25 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Canada Serviceberry

Amelanchier canadensis Rainbow Pillar® PP9092

Tall, upright deciduous shrub or small tree with fragrant white flowers from April to May, followed by blackish purple fruits in June. Low maintenance and highly adaptable to various soil conditions.

H: 18 Feet  ·   S: 8 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Alleghany Serviceberry

Amelanchier laevis

Amelanchier laevis has white flowers in early April. The reddish purple fruit of Allegheny Serviceberry is loved by birds. Good reddish orange fall color of Amelanchier laevis makes it a wonderful landscape choice to provide interest for each season. A wet site tolerant plant.

H: 25 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Apple Serviceberry

Amelanchier x grandiflora Autumn Brilliance® PP5717

Small white flowers of Amelanchier x grandiflora Autumn Brilliance® emerge from pink buds in April. Apple Serviceberry has berries in June that will turn magenta to purple. Its brilliant red foliage brightens up the landscape in fall. A wet site tolerant plant introduced by nurseryman Bill Wandell of Illinois.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Apple Serviceberry

Amelanchier x grandiflora 'Robin Hill'

Clusters of pink buds open to pinkish white flowers over clean oval green leaves in early spring. Purplish blue fruit in June is edible by both people and birds. Good fall color.

H: 20 Feet  ·   S: 15 Feet  ·   Zone: 4

Bushy Bluestem

Andropogon glomeratus

Warm season grass with silvery pink, fluffy, brush-like inflorescences and following seedheads starting in September and persisting through much of winter into February or March. Strappy blue-green leaf blades turn a nice bronzy-orange in autumn and remain colorful into the winter. Showy seedheads are good for dried or fresh arrangements. Prefers moist to wet soil conditions. Tolerant of black walnut and air pollution.

H: 60 Inches  ·   S: 30 Inches  ·   Zone: 5

Big Bluestem

Andropogon ternarius 'Black Mountain'

Silver inflorescences on reddish stems in fall follow the blue green summer foliage. Very tolerant of poor soils and dry sites.

H: 36 Inches  ·   S: 18 Inches  ·   Zone: 6


Anemone canadensis

A lovely North American native perennial known for producing a prolific bloom of bright white, five-petaled flowers with golden yellow stamens from April to June, often reblooming sporadically throughout the summer. Attractive basal clumps of deeply lobed, medium green foliage can spread rapidly by rhizome in the landscape. Tolerant of partial shade and resistant to deer.

H: 14 Inches  ·   S: 24 Inches  ·   Zone: 3

Windflower/Snowdrop Anemone

Anemone sylvestris

Snowdrop Anemone or Windflower blooms in April, with single white flowers on delicate stems above the dissected green foliage. The single flowers have showy yellow anthers in the cupped center and are lightly fragrant. Anemone sylvestris spreads by rhizomes to make an attractive underplanting groundcover, and is an excellent naturalizer in woodland settings. The lovely flower display is followed by interesting wooly seedheads.

H: 16 Inches  ·   S: 12 Inches  ·   Zone: 4


Anemone virginiana

From April to June, upright clusters of white flowers with yellowish brown stamens and central green pistillate structures appear over medium-green, tri-lobed foliage. Low maintenance, spreading groundcover good for deterring deer and rabbits.

H: 24 Inches  ·   S: 14 Inches  ·   Zone: 2


Anemone x 'Dainty Swan' PP29429

Attractive bicolored white and pink flowers rise above clumping green foliage from June to October. Prefers moist soil and full or dappled sun conditions.

H: 24 Inches  ·   S: 24 Inches  ·   Zone: 5