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Image of Chionodoxa luciliae photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Chionodoxa, Glory-of-the-Snow)

Charming small bulbous plants that are among the first of all garden plants to bloom in spring. The short tapering leaves precede the thin flowers stems which divide at the top into clusters of up to three star-shaped blue flowers with white centers. Foliage remains for a few weeks after the spring blooming before withering and the plant goes dormant by early summer.

Native to Turkey, this bulb should be planted in sun or part shade exposures in fertile, well drained soil. It will grow and multiply...

Image of Chionodoxa sardensis photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Lesser Chionodoxa, Lesser Glory-of-the-Snow)

Echoing the early spring sky with its low, starry, deep blue flowers, this little charmer from western Turkey bears many deep blue blossoms early in the year. A hardy, self-reliant, bulbous perennial, it produces up to 12 flowers atop short leafless stems. The blooms have small white eyes. Two short grass-like leaves emerge with the flowers, going dormant within a few weeks. The flowers and leaves grow from small rounded bulbs covered with brown tunics. Plants often self-sow to form large colonies....

Image of Cirsium arvense photo by: Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

Michael Charters, www.calflora.net

(Canada Thistle)

Canada thistle is a fierce and aggressive weed foe. Impossibly extensive, deep root systems make this one of the toughest weeds to eradicate from garden spaces. It's small, purplish, brush-like flower heads produce loads of puffy airborne seeds that float away to colonize new space, and its prickly foliage is painful to the touch. Despite the common name, Canada thistle, this species was introduced to North America from Eurasia. Its remarkable tolerance to many growing conditions means it can be...

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James H. Schutte

(Clematis, Hagley Hybrid Clematis, Late Large-flowered Clematis)

Hagley Hybrid clematis is a deciduous woody vine that bears many flowers late in the season. From summer to fall, large mauve-pink flowers with concave tepals appear along twining stems covered with medium green leaves. This clematis grows best in sites with full sun and fertile, well drained soil. Flower buds develop from the current year's growth. As with most clematis, this selection adds a vertical element to the garden and looks best when trained on a fence, trellis or pergola.

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Kullus Clematis)

The huge flowers of Kullus™ are palest lilac with thin bands of white down each petal/tepal. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear all summer and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in sites with full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. It grows and flowers...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Marmori Clematis)

The large flowers of Marmori™ are palest pink with darker pink centers and slightly wavy edges. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear from late spring to early fall and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in sites with full sun and fertile, well-drained...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Ruutel Clematis)

The huge flowers of Ruutel™ are deep magenta-red. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear in summer and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in sites with full sun and fertile, well-drained soil. It grows and flowers best if its roots remain cool under...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Sakala Clematis)

The large flowers of Sakala™ are palest lavender with a broad deep pink band down each petal/tepal. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear from late spring to summer and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in sites with full sun and fertile, well-drained...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Miniseelik Clematis)

The rounded flowers of Miniseelik™ are purple-pink with a thin white band down each petal/tepal. The vine is compact, heavy-blooming and exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The compact vine is lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The colorful flowers appear from late spring to summer and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Plant this vine in sites with full sun and fertile, well-drained...

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Pride of Place Plants, Inc.

(Clematis, Silmakavi Clematis)

The huge, single, soft lavender-blue blooms of Silmakavi™ have white stripe down the center of each petal/tepal. This compact, vigorous, clematis blooms heavily late in the season and is exceptionally hardy.

Hybrid clematis is a hardy deciduous woody vine that climbs by twining stems. The vines are lined with green compound leaves that appear in spring. The large flowers appear from summer to fall and are followed by fluffy clusters of silvery seeds.

Clematis grows best in sites with...