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Maureen Gilmer

(English Ivy, Yellow Ripple English Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover, European in origin. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

English Ivy ‘Yellow Ripple’ has medium to large-sized, bird’s-foot leaves with a slightly longer central lobe, nearly equal side lobes and an wavy or undulating surface. The leaf color is gray green with yellow to lime margins. Yellow Ripple is slow growing..

English ivy is dioecious, meaning that single plants...

(Italian Ivy, Poet's Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

European in origin, it has glossy, dark green leaves with a prominently lobed, maple-like shape. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes. There are hundreds of cultivars are available, most with beautifully variegated leaves of various shapes, colors and sizes....

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James Burghardt

(Italian Ivy, Poet's Ivy, Poetica Arborea Poet's Ivy)

English ivy is a hardy, evergreen vine or groundcover. As a vine, it attaches itself by aerial rootlets to masonry walls and other surfaces such as tree trunks.

European in origin, it has glossy, dark green leaves with a prominently lobed, maple-like shape. As plants grow aerially, they develop bushier, more mature growth and develop sharper, triangular leaves with no lobes. There are hundreds of cultivars are available, most with beautifully variegated leaves of various shapes, colors and sizes....

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Common Sneezeweed)

The daisies of common sneezeweed are summer-blooming and come in an array of harvest colors. It is a tall, hardy perennial that naturally exist across the whole of North America, save Alaska and some of the northernmost regions of Canada. In the wild, it grows primarily in open grasslands.

This clump-forming perennial has medium green leaves that are fuzzy and lance-shaped. In summer it puts forth tall, leafy stems that produce clusters of colorful daisies from late summer through fall. These...

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TL

(Common Sneezeweed)

Pretty burnished reddish orange and gold daisies cover this tall, strong-stemmed sneezeweed in the heat of late summer. ‘Brilliant’ is an older cultivar that blooms heavily and is perfect for large, colorful, late season gardens. It also blooms in the first year from seed.

This clump-forming perennial has medium green leaves that are fuzzy and lance-shaped. In summer it puts forth tall, leafy stems that produce clusters of colorful daisies from late summer through fall. These are highly attractive...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Sneezeweed)

Pretty gold daisies cover this tall, strong-stemmed sneezeweed in the heat of late summer. This well-branched selection blooms heavily and is perfect for large, colorful, late season gardens. It also blooms in the first year from seed.

The blooms of common sneezeweed are summer-blooming and come in an array of harvest colors. It is a tall, hardy perennial that naturally exist across the whole of North America, save Alaska and some of the northernmost regions of Canada. In the wild, it grows primarily...

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Sneezeweed)

Pretty dark russet red flowers cover this tall, strong-stemmed sneezeweed in the heat of late summer. This well-branched selection blooms heavily and is perfect for large, colorful, late season gardens. It also blooms in the first year from seed.

The daisies of common sneezeweed are summer-blooming and come in an array of harvest colors. It is a tall, hardy perennial that naturally exist across the whole of North America, save Alaska and some of the northernmost regions of Canada. In the wild,...

Image of Helenium autumnale (HELENA SERIES) photo by: Ernst Benary® Inc.

Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Common Sneezeweed)

In the heat of late summer, pretty gold and dark russet red flowers cover the tall, strong-stemmed sneezeweeds in the Helena Series. They are well-branched plants, bloom heavily and are perfect for large, colorful, late season gardens. They also bloom in the first year from seed.

The daisies of common sneezeweed are summer-blooming and come in an array of harvest colors. It is a tall, hardy perennial that naturally exist across the whole of North America, save Alaska and some of the northernmost...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Paleleaf Woodland Sunflower, Woodland Sunflower)

Striking leaves and bright flowers lend this tall perennial sunflower marked appeal. Woodland sunflower is native throughout Eastern North America from Quebec down to Florida. In the wild it can be found growing in prairies, thickets, open woods and roadsides. It is tall and has an upright habit.

The pale green, lance-shaped leaves of this species are opposite, flat and held horizontally along the main stem. Occasionally the undersides of the leaves and stems have a purplish hue. Flowering may...

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Jesse Saylor

(Jerusalem Artichoke, Sunchoke)

Whether grown for its beautiful sunflowers or edible tubers, Jerusalem artichoke is a great garden plant with a lot of utility. This tall perennial is native to much of North America—from Canada down to northern Florida. In the wild, it favors open meadows, old fields, thickets and roadsides. The plants spread by rhizomes to form very large clumps. Its crisp, flavorful tubers were an essential food for many Native American tribespeople. This species has been introduced and become naturalized in temperate...