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Perennials: 'Ce - Ci'
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All Plants on this page are in Trade Quart Pots (Qt.) which are 1.68Pints (794 ml)
(Similar to a true nursery quart on top width and height, but tapered to a smaller bottom for lighter shipping.)
Red Cornflower Zone: 4-8
Blooms INCESSANTLY w/ airy 3" dark pink blooms with lighter centers from June thru August if deadheaded. Blooms best if not allowed to dry out. A really GORGEOUS plant. A great cut flower. Don't plant where asters have grown to avoid 'Aster Yellow'.
Soil: Well-drained H: 30" W: 24" B/M: Dark pink 6-8
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Plumbago or Leadwort Zone: 6-9
Groundcover with deep blue flowers. Red foliage in the Fall in sun or part shade. Good over-planting for bulbs. Prized for its beautiful azure blue flowers. Stabilizer for hot, dry slopes. Foliage is a mat of reddish green in the spring. Aggressive grower. Takes poorly drained soil.
Soil: Any H: 12-18" W: 12" B/M: Azure blue 8-10
Also see the 'Shrubby' Ceratostigmas on this Shrub Page
Chasmanthium latifolium Northern Sea Oats Grass is on the Page
Pink Turtlehead Zone: 3-8
Hardy, late-blooming perennial that likes a moist, sunny spot or average soil in shade. The deep green foliage contrasts beautifully w/ the dark pink flowers. Pinch growth tips in spring for bushier growth, which in this select form will be bronze green. Hand divided, not tissue cultured. Host Plant for the Baltimore Checkerspot Butterfly.
Soil: Moist H: 24-38" W: 24" B/M: Dark Pink 8-9
Chionodoxa luciliae 'Violet Beauty' Glory of the Snow Zone: 3-8
One of the first signs of spring. C. luciliaea 'Violet Beauty' was once listed under the species C. gigantea. It has 4-5 star-shaped blooms per bulb with 6 petaled pink violet flowers above grass like foliage. Naturalizes well by making baby bulbs attached to the mother bulb.
Soil: Well-drained soil H: 5-6" W: 4" B/M: Pink Violet/3-4
Serrate-leaf Perennial Chloranthus Zone: 6-9
A rarely offered low growing species from China - about 12" tall and reaching 36" in diameter after 7 years. The stems are topped with 4 olive-green leaves and in late April through May, produce 2 fragrant, upright bottlebrush-like blooms of small pure white flowers. The Japanese name for this plant means 'Two People' (the blooms). Ah-h-h-h, how cute and so it the plant!
Soil: Moist photos of potted flowers but well-drained H: 12" W: 36: B/M: White/4-5
Fall Daisies - Chrysanthemum or Dendranthemas, Ajanias, Nipponanthecums, Leucanthemums
They're called, once again, Chrysanthemum BUT they're not the Fall Mum that you can find everywhere including the grocery store! These are fabulous long lasting Perennials. You may remember, they WERE originally called Chrysanthemums and then over a 3 year period, we were told by the folks in charge of Botanical nomenclature and classifications to change them to their new names. Tag makers and sign makers and plant growers all gradually made the switch. And then, about a year later after the official switch date, they changed the classification BACK to Chrysanthemums! Argh-h-h-h-h-h! We liked them under their previous names, Dendranthema, Ajania, etc. People didn't confuse them with the inferior, not very perennial, Fall Mums.Global Warming Mums - The next 5 hybrids, (hybrids of C. koreanum 'Sheffied' x c. 'Indicum') developed by Sinclair A Adam, Jr. (of famed 'River Series' Tiarellas) bloom later in the season, after other fall mums have stopped and are hardy enough to take a few frosts and continue flowering. That means bees and other pollinators, still looking for food during a warmer fall can find it. Oh, and also you can enjoy blooms longer!
(Dendranthema) Hardy Perennial Mum Z: 4-9
A stunning combination of C. 'Sheffield' and C. 'Indicum' in this new introduction which is blush peach. Not a typical 'Fall Mum' color and so refreshing because of it!
Soil: Well-drained H:36" W: 36" B/M: Palest peach/Fall
Global Warming Mums Z: 4-9
An exquisite light purple (to our eye, lavender) with large flowers 3 1/2" in diameter with 14-16 flowers per stem and 30-32 stems per plant. A calculator will tell you that's up to 512 big blooms on a well grown plant to dazzle folks in your late fall garden.
Soil: Well-drained H: 22-24" W: Slowly indefinite B/M: Lavender /Late Fall
- (Nipponanthemum nipponicum) Montauk Daisy Zone: 5-9
Single white 2-3" daisies with yellow centers appear in September-November. Rounded shrub-like growth with thick, glossy, dark green, spear-shaped leaves; handsome even when not in bloom. A tough plant that grows easily in average, well-drained soil. Cut back almost to ground in spring. Takes seaside conditions.
Soil: Well-drained H: 24-30" W: 24" B/M: White/ 9-11
(Ajania pacifica) Japanese Chrysanthemum Zone: (5)6-9
Brought from Japan by the National Arboretum, this is truly a PLANT WORTH WAITING for. The leaves have stunning white edges, grow in dense 4" rosettes. Splendid as a specimen or weed-inhibiting groundcover. Vigorous. One of the LAST PLANTS TO BLOOM in our garden. No winter wet soil please. Introduced by the National Arboretum.
Soil: Well-drained, poor H: 12" W: 36" B/M: Yellow/10-11
The next group, from a nomenclature standpoint, is still a mess! We see them listed as Chrysanthemum rubellum, Chrysanthemum X rubellum and Chrysanthemum koreana. And that's on the top of the confusion of being switched from Chrysanthemums about 7 years ago to Dendranthemas about 4 years ago and now back to Chrysanthemums. When the dust settles, if it ever does, we'll go with the last and final change ever. (Until the next one!) Sigh...
(Dendranthema 'Clara Curtis' ) Fall Daisy Z: 5-9
Hundreds of single, daisy-like flowers, 3" across, are produced July-Fall. Mounds of solid pink make a nice groundcover. Disease resistant, very WINTER HARDY. Tolerates more shade than Fall Chrysanthemums. Doesn't need dividing.
Soil: Well-drained H: 18-24" W: 18" B/M: Pink/10-11
(Dendranthema 'Mary Stoker') Z: 5-9
Soft straw or apricot yellow flowers eventually turn gold in September/October. This color is wonderful for the Fall garden. It also blooms earlier than other Korean mums which can be nice. It's an heirloom plant from Russia, loved in Europe but not well-know here (yet!)
Soil: Well-drained H:24-30" W:16" B/M: Straw Yellow/10-11
Dendranthema Fall Daisy Z: 5-9
Well what a wild ride 'Will' took to get to us. Former Martha Stewart Living writer, then editor Margaret Roach (now gardening author and when famed Seneca Hills Nursery quit carrying it, she started looking for a source to continue supplying it and contacted us, Ellen Hornig owner of Seneca Hills was kind enough to share some and according to Margaret, 'Will' now has a new home here!
What's the fuss about? Well he IS wonderful. Not just another ho-hum Fall Mum, he's a star-of-the-garden Fall Mum and rather than try to write about a plant that a REAL writer has already described, let's just say: Take it away Margaret
Soil: Moist but well-drained H: W: B/M: Red opening to vivid pink/10-11
Shasta Daisies - Chrysanthemum superbum = Leucantheum x superbum
After repeated name changes it seems that they're properly classified as
Luecanthemum x superbum and can be found on the
All plants in the genus Cimicifuga have recently been transferred to the genus Actaea and can be found on the.
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