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Blooms of Bressingham

(Blue Waterfall Bellflower, Serbian Bellflower)

‘Camgood’ produces a breathtaking display of starry, violet-blue flowers in late spring and early summer. Often sold under the name ‘Blue Waterfall’, it is a selection of Serbian bellflower, a species native to mountainous regions of southern Europe. This vigorous perennial forms a low mat of elongated, toothed, heart-shaped foliage which spreads via underground runners. The semi-evergreen leaves may develop attractive red tints in cold weather.

Serbian bellflower prefers full to partial...

(Serbian Bellflower, Stella Bellflower)

From late spring through early summer, ‘Stella’ produces a breathtaking display of starry, violet-blue flowers contrasted with striking, white centers. It is a selection of Serbian bellflower, a species native to mountainous regions of southern Europe. This vigorous perennial forms a low mat of elongated, toothed, heart-shaped foliage which spreads via underground runners. The semi-evergreen leaves may develop attractive red tints in cold weather.

Serbian bellflower prefers full to partial...

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Jesse Saylor

(Roundleaf Bellflower)

A charming perennial that tends to grow in nooks and crannies in the garden, the roundleaf bellflower produces delicate, pale lavender-blue flowers in late spring and summer. A clump-forming herbaceous perennial, it is native to most temperate areas across the Northern Hemisphere. In addition to spreading by underground runners (stems), it produces copious amounts of seed and will "pop up" in both annoying and picturesque areas of the landscape.

The foliage of this perennial is a light to medium...

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

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Russell Stafford

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Peashrub)

Siberian peashrub is an upright, oval deciduous shrub with sparse, thorned branches native to eastern Asia. Fine-textured leaves are light green in spring and summer and briefly yellow-green in fall. Yellow flowers appear in spring followed by tan seed pods in autumn.

Siberian peashrub tolerates poor, dry soils in full sun and is an excellent plant for hedges and screening in harsh conditions.

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Jesse Saylor

(Musk Thistle, Nodding Thistle)

Although an impressive plant with ornate leaves and showy red-violet flowers, the nodding thistle remains one of the most widespread weeds in temperate climates. Native to Europe and Asia, it grows as a biennial with deep taproot, but in milder climates grows also as a winter annual.

In its first year of growth, the nodding thistle develops a basal rosette of deeply lobed, spiny, dark green leaves. As the plant ages, often in the second year, the rosette sends up a stem lined with more spiny...

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James H. Schutte

(Heath Sedge)

Heath sedge is a grass-like perennial that is native to the northeastern United States and Canada. Throughout the growing season it forms dense mounds of blue-green to gray-green arching blades. This shade-loving plant is grown primarily for its foliage and grows best in moist, fertile soil but can tolerate dry soil conditions. Mix this adaptable sedge with other shade-loving perennials or plant it in masses as a groundcover. Though grass-like in appearance, it will not tolerate foot traffic. At...

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James H. Schutte

(Muskingum Sedge, Palm Sedge)

Named for the Muskingum River in Ohio, this Great Lakes native bears its grassy leaves in papyrus-like whorls along lax knee-high "stems" (properly known as culms). The bright green leaves become yellow-tinged in full sun. Plants spread slowly by underground rhizomes to form large clumps. Modestly attractive golden brown inflorescences appear at the culm tips in June and persist through the summer.

Muskingum sedge is very tolerant of wet soil, requiring it in full sun. It is an excellent candidate...