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Anemone nemorosa

Anemone nemorosa

Common Name: Wood Anemone

A. nemorosa are woodland plants which require a cool root run, for light woodland with plenty of leaf mould incorporated into the soil. They should be planted horizontally just below ground level. Flowers appear from early March to mid April. Clumps may be divided every 3-4 years to encourage best growth

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Anemonella thalictroides

Anemonella thalictroides

Common Name: Rue Anemone

This is also one of the first plants to bloom in the Spring. With it's delicate Anemone-like foliage and its long lasting white blooms, its perfect for the semi-shady rock garden or the wild shade gardenit will reseed around to form a colony very quickly..  

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Anemonopsis macrophylla

Anemonopsis macrophylla

Common Name: False Anemone

The nodding, waxy, lavender to pink flowers begin to appear in the beginning of August and can often last until September. The long, dark stems remain upright and hold the 1½- inch cup-shaped flowers that open in loose racemes. Anemonopsis macrophylla often falls under the “love at firstsight” category. 

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Aquilegia 'Goldfinch'

Aquilegia 'Goldfinch'

Common Name: Goldfinch Columbine

Hybridized for its compact habit and large, long-spurred flowers. Most flowers tend to face skyward rather than downward facing. Good as cuts.

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Aquilegia canadensis 'Goldfinch'

Aquilegia canadensis 'Goldfinch'

Common Name: Wild Coumbine

A fantastic source of early nectar. Beautiful when combined with Hostas. This is a good choice for shade gardens, woodland gardens, rock gardens and naturalized areas.

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Arisaema consanguineum

Arisaema consanguineum

Common Name: Himalayan Cobra Lily

 

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Arisaema dracontium

Arisaema dracontium

Common Name: Green Dragon

Early spring-flowering plant of eastern North America resembling therelated jack-in-the-pulpit but having digitate leaves, slender greenishyellow spathe and elongated spadix. The unusual green dragon has an arc of long leaflets on top of its stem.

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Arisaema triphyllum

Arisaema triphyllum

Common Name: Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Our three leaved native "Jack In The Pulpit" provides 3 seasons of interest in the shade garden as its early Spring blooming, unique flowers turn into striking heads of red berries in the fall.

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Asarum arifolium

Asarum arifolium

Common Name: Arrow-leaf Ginger

The arrowhead-shaped, anise-scented leaves are shiny dark green, highlighted with silver veining. - See more at: http://www.plantdelights.com/Asarum-arifolium-for-sale/Buy-Arrow-leaf-Wild-Ginger/#sthash.8al2PRBK.dpuf

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Asarum canadense

Asarum canadense

Common Name: Wild Ginger

This excellent ground cover plant keeps its foliage throughout the season and does not go dormant, making it a good species to plant with spring ephemerals that do go dormant. 

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Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'

Asclepias incarnata 'Ice Ballet'

Common Name: Ice Ballet Swamp Milkweed

tems exude a toxic milky sap when cut. Flowers are followed by attractive seed pods (to 4" long) which split open when ripe releasing silky-haired seeds easily carried by the wind. Flowers are very attractive to butterflies as a nectar source.

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Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

Asclepias tuberosa 'Hello Yellow'

Common Name: Hello Yellow Butterfly Weed

Green pods full of seeds with silky white hairs follow the flowers. This is an essential plant if you want to attract a variety of butterflies to your property, especially monarchs.

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