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(Kalm's Lobelia)

This native to extreme southern Canada and the northern tier of the United States is an herbaceous perennial that is found growing in the moist soils along ponds and rivers, including bogs.

Variable in its mature height, it usually has a basal clump of oblong oval leaves that are medium green. In mid to late summer, stems grow either barely or very high above the foliage and hold bicolored lavender/light blue and white blossoms in airy clusters. The flower is five-petaled: three downward petals...

Image of Lolium perenne photo by: Forest & Kim Starr

Forest & Kim Starr

(Perennial Ryegrass)

With exceptionally dark green and glossy leaf blades, perennial ryegrass is a turfgrass valued for use on athletic fields and home lawns when seasonal temperatures are cool. If never mowed, this clumping grass becomes an upright, fountain-shaped mass of narrow leaves and stems that may have hints of pink. When maintained low (about 3 inches/7 cm tall), it creates a dense, finely textured lawn.

The dark green blades of perennial ryegrass sprout from seed and grow quickly. Once established it...

Image of Lonicera maackii photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Amur Honeysuckle)

Now notorious as an invasive weed, this large, upright to spreading shrub was once widely planted for its fragrant white blooms and its wildlife-attracting red berries. Native to Northeast Asia, this prolific, cold-hardy honeysuckle has naturalized over much of eastern North America, where it is considered a noxious invasive.

Oval, medium- to dark-green leaves with abruptly tapering, pointed tips occur in opposite pairs along the arching, grayish-tan, hollow stems of this densely branched shrub....

Image of Lonicera tatarica photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, proving a remarkable adaptability to most soils and climates. This species also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes. A multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large and blue-green and drop in autumn without a show of fall color.

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(White Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to its remarkable adaptability. This species also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, ‘Alba,’ which is white-flowered. A multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large and blue-green and...

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Jesse Saylor

(Arnold Red Tartarian Honeysuckle, Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to its remarkable adaptability. The parent also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, ‘Arnold,’ considered to have the strongest red of all. Its multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large...

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Jesse Saylor

(Pink Tartarian Honeysuckle)

Supremely cold hardy and delicately beautiful in bloom, this very large, upright deciduous shrub is perfectly carefree. It is descended from a species native to a large range from southern Russia to central China, a clue to the remarkable adaptability or ‘Rosea.’ The parent also claims a good number of cultivars offering varying flower colors and sizes, such as this one, which has clusters of bi-colored flowers. Its multi-stemmed, twiggy habit produces a densely branched shrub. The leaves are large,...

(Hybrid Lupine)

Large spikes of intensely colored violet-blue flowers give lupine ‘Popsicle Blue’ a regal bearing. Combine its vivid blooms with those of ‘Popsicle Yellow’ for a really striking color combination. Shorter alternatives to the taller ‘Russell Hybrids’, the ‘Popsicle’ series lupines were developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest.

A hallmark of the traditional English cottage garden, hybrid lupines create a strong, vertical...

(Hybrid Lupine)

Tall candles of glowing, clear pink flowers distinguish hybrid lupine ‘Popsicle Pink’. Combine the vivid blooms of this beautiful lupine with others in the ‘Popsicle’ series to create a rainbow of color. Shorter alternatives to the taller ‘Russell Hybrids’, the ‘Popsicle’ series lupines were developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest.

A hallmark of the traditional English cottage garden, hybrid lupines create a strong,...

(Hybrid Lupine)

Whether massed in the border or spotted into a dull garden, the vivid candles of lupine ‘Popsicle Red’ add a powerful glow to any composition. Combine the vivid blooms of this beautiful lupine with others in the ‘Popsicle’ series to create a rainbow of color. Shorter alternatives to the taller ‘Russell Hybrids’, the ‘Popsicle’ series lupines were developed from the species Lupinus polyphyllus, a North American native hailing from the Pacific Northwest.

A hallmark of the traditional...