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Moussaka Daylily: Plant in full to part sun, reaches a height of 22"

Moussaka Daylily: Plant in full to part sun, reaches a height of 22"

Simmons Overture Daylily Plant in full sun, blooms June - August and reaches a height of 26"

Simmons Overture Daylily Plant in full sun, blooms June - August and reaches a height of 26"

Sugar Tip Rose of Sharon: Plant in full sun, prune in fall/winter, reaches a height of 8 to 12'

Sugar Tip Rose of Sharon: Plant in full sun, prune in fall/winter, reaches a height of 8 to 12'

Blanket Flower 'Mesa Peach' Flowers early summer to autumn, plant in full sun and reaches a height of 16-18"

Blanket Flower 'Mesa Peach' Flowers early summer to autumn, plant in full sun and reaches a height of 16-18"

Venetian Fringe Daylily Plant in full to partial sun, reaches a height up to 24"

Venetian Fringe Daylily Plant in full to partial sun, reaches a height up to 24"

Wand Flower Plant in full sun reaches a height of 24-30"

Wand Flower Plant in full sun reaches a height of 24-30"

Dalmatian Purple Foxglove Plant in sun to part shade, keep well watered, bloom time - summer, reaches a height of 16-20"

Dalmatian Purple Foxglove Plant in sun to part shade, keep well watered, bloom time - summer, reaches a height of 16-20"

Shasta Daisy 'Alaska' Plant in sun to part shade, blooms in summer and reaches a height of 30"

Shasta Daisy 'Alaska' Plant in sun to part shade, blooms in summer and reaches a height of 30"

Astilbe (False Spirea): a genus of 18 species of rhizomatous flowering plants, within the family Saxifragaceae, native to mountain ravines and woodland in Asia and North America.[2] Some species are commonly known as false goat's beard, and false spirea.  These hardy herbaceous perennials are cultivated by gardeners for their large, handsome, often fern-like foliage, and dense, feathery plumes of flowers. They are widely adapted to shade and water-logged conditions. They tolerate clay soils.

Astilbe (False Spirea): a genus of 18 species of rhizomatous flowering plants, within the family Saxifragaceae, native to mountain ravines and woodland in Asia and North America.[2] Some species are commonly known as false goat's beard, and false spirea. These hardy herbaceous perennials are cultivated by gardeners for their large, handsome, often fern-like foliage, and dense, feathery plumes of flowers. They are widely adapted to shade and water-logged conditions. They tolerate clay soils.

Indian Feather 'Sparkle White' Plant in full sun, blooms spring to late summer and reaches a height of 12-24"

Indian Feather 'Sparkle White' Plant in full sun, blooms spring to late summer and reaches a height of 12-24"

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