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Viburnum lentago

This beautiful, versatile shrub provides year round interest, from the showy white flower in May, to its burgundy color in autumn and dark blue berries in winter. The ripe berries are edible straight off the bush and are popular in jams and jellies. Adaptable to a wide range of sites, this Viburnum . . .[ . . . more ]

Aster novae-angliae

New England Asters rich color highlights the late season landscape with magnificent blooms ranging in color from blue-purple to lavender-pink, with yellow-orange centers. Large and showy this aster can grow up to six feet high. Like most asters it blooms late in the season and provides a critical fa . . .[ . . . more ]

Ceanothus americanus

New Jersey tea (Ceanothus americanus) is a compact, dense, rounded shrub which typically grows 2-3 feet tall. It occurs in prairies, glades, dry open woods and thickets. Cylindrical clusters (1-2 inches long) of tiny, fragrant, white flowers (1/8 inch) appear on long stalks at the stem ends or up . . .[ . . . more ]

Spiranthes cernua

Called Ladys tresses or Fragrant Ladys Tresses, is an orchid that is native to marshes, bogs, swamps and other wet areas. It features small, very fragrant, hooded, white flowers densely arranged in vertical, slightly spiral-like rows on spikes typically growing 9-18" tall. Blooms in late summer to f . . .[ . . . more ]
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