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Perennials

Ajuga 'Dixie Chip' PP#20890

Ajuga 'Dixie Chip' PP#20890
Common Name: Tri-colored Bugle weed

Ajuga 'Dixie Chip' is a tri-colored, small leafed ground cover with green, pink and white foliage.  It is covered with blue spikes blooming in early Spring.  Use this plant in between stones or pavers in a walkway or as an accent in containers.


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Ajuga 'Mint Chip' PP#20734

Ajuga 'Mint Chip' PP#20734
Common Name: Green foliage Bugle weed

Ajuga Mint Chip is a small leafed dark green ground cover that works well in shady garden paths or in the front of a perennial border.  Blooms heavily with blue spikes in April.


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Asarum maximum 'Ling Ling'

Asarum maximum 'Ling Ling'
Common Name: Variegated Panda Ginger

Also called Panda faced ginger, this Asarum makes a stunning clump of glossy green heart shaped leaves.  The foliage has silveryu green blotches on each side of the center vein.  Ling Ling has large velvety black and white flowers in early spring that are borne below the leaves. A grouping of this plant makes a nice addition to any shade garden. Definitely a plant collectors must have.


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Asarum splendens 'Quicksilver'

Asarum splendens 'Quicksilver'
Common Name: Ginger

Large dark green leaves that are mottled with a silver spots.  The silver mottled foliage is complimented by large, 2.5"-3" wide flowers that are brown, purple and cream. Evergreen foliage.


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Chasmanthium latifolium 'River Mist' PP#20643

Chasmanthium latifolium 'River Mist' PP#20643
Common Name: Variegated Sea Oats

Chasmanthium latifolium River Mist has striking green and white variegated foliage that is second to none. The plant can reach heights of 30-36 inches. Late summer and early fall bring the oats that can provide interest well into the winter as they dry. The bloom stalks can be used fresh or dry in cut flower arrangements.


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Coreopsis 'Jethro Tull' PP#18789

Coreopsis 'Jethro Tull' PP#18789
Common Name: Fluted petal Coreopsis

Jethro Tull is an ItSaul Plants cross between Coreopsis 'Zamfir' and Coreopsis 'Early Sunrise'. The vibrant golden yellow bloom is a single row of fluted flowers that blooms heavily in April, May and June. Jethro Tull is a great addition to any sunny perennial garden. A mass planting of Jethro Tull is an impressive sight.


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Coreopsis verticillata 'Broad Street' PPAF

Coreopsis verticillata 'Broad Street' PPAF
Common Name: Red blooming Threadleaf Coreopsis

Bright red flowers with orange on the underside of the petal this Coreopsis is one of five colors in the Cruizin' Series that includes 'Route 66'. 


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Coreopsis verticillata 'Main Street' PPAF

Coreopsis verticillata 'Main Street' PPAF
Common Name: Deep Rosé Threadleaf Coreopsis

Rich deep rosé colored flowers with dark green threadleaf foliage, 'Main Street' is part of the Cruizin' Series.


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Coreopsis verticillata 'Route 66' PP#20609

Coreopsis verticillata 'Route 66' PP#20609
Common Name: Yellow with Red eye Threadleaf Coreopsis

New, yellow, threadleaf coreopsis with a beautiful ring of burgundy around the crown that bleeds down to the petal tips As the season progresses. Discovered by Patti Bauer of Bauers Flowers in Lucinda, PA where Route 66 is hardy in a cold Zone 5.


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Coreopsis verticillata 'Sunset Strip' PP#22670

Coreopsis verticillata 'Sunset Strip' PP#22670
Common Name: Orange Threadleaf Coreopsis

Coreopsis 'Sunset Strip' is the second introduction to the Cruizin' Series that includes Coreopsis 'Route 66'.  These varieties were brought to ItSaul Plants by Patti Bauer of Bauer's Flowers in Lucinda, PA.  Bright orange flowers on deep green threadleaf foliage.


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Coreopsis verticillata 'The Mayo Clinic Flower of Hope'

Coreopsis verticillata 'The Mayo Clinic Flower of Hope'

The patent name of this Coreopsis is 'Electric Avenue', but it is now known as The Mayo Clinic Flower of Hope.  


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Cortaderia 'Blue Bayou' PPAF

Cortaderia 'Blue Bayou' PPAF

A dwarf blue-foliaged pampas grass that produces a multitude of creamy white plumes.  The foliage reaches 5 feet and with the plumes about 6 feet  Zone 6-10


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Dianthus 'Bedazzled' PP# 21609

Dianthus 'Bedazzled' PP# 21609
Common Name: Clove Pinks

Dianthus 'Bedazzled' has tightly matted silver foliage with medium pink flowers that have a prominent deep rosé colored ring in the center of the bloom.  It blooms heavy in the spring and reblooms in late summer to fall.


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Dianthus 'Bewitched' PP#13159

Dianthus 'Bewitched' PP#13159
Common Name: Pinks

Dianthus 'Bewitched' is a new and improved sport of Dianthus 'Firewitch'. It has a light pink bloom with a magenta ring. The bloom is very similar to 'Bath's Pink', but with a longer blooming season. 'Bewitched' has the same tight, non-melting, silvery green foliage and heavy reblooming characteristic as 'Firewitch'. Foliage height 2", bloom height 6-8".


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Echinacea 'Adam Saul' PP#21023

Echinacea 'Adam Saul' PP#21023
Common Name: Echinacea Crazy Pink™

110 open blooms on one plant. Crazy Pink also has April blooms in one gallon pots.


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Echinacea 'Emily Saul' PP#18768

Echinacea 'Emily Saul' PP#18768
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky After Midnight™
Dark magenta petals surround a black red cone. The contrast of the petals with the black cones is outstanding in the garden. After Midnight attracts butterflies.
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Echinacea 'Evan Saul' PP#17659

Echinacea 'Evan Saul' PP#17659
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Sundown™

Sundown is the 2nd intense orange coneflower from ItSaul Plants. Standing 8-10" taller than Sunset, Sundown's flowers are slightly smaller but possibly more prolific. Echinacea 'Evan Saul' is a fragrant, superb garden cut flower, and butterfly attractor. Echinacea Sundown 'Evan Saul' thrives in zones 5-8.


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Echinacea 'Gemini Pink' PP#22102

Echinacea 'Gemini Pink' PP#22102
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Double Pink

Beautiful double row of petals on this new cone flower in the Big Sky series.


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Echinacea 'Jacob Lewis' PP#22688

Echinacea 'Jacob Lewis' PP#22688
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Jupiter™

The size of this cone flower's bloom is in its own orbit! Along with the
large bloom size (6 inches), the color of Jupiter has a rosy halo in the center and 
peach towards the end of the petals. Echinacea Jupiter makes a great statement 
when intermingled with Phlox David's Lavender. Echinacea Jupiter can reach heights of 24-36".

The size of this cone flower's bloom is in its own orbit! The peach colored bloom can measure 6 inches across!


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Echinacea 'Katie Saul' PP#18783

Echinacea 'Katie Saul' PP#18783
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Summer Sky™
Our first bi-color coneflower! Soft peach petals with a rose halo around the cone - 5" blooms and dark stems adorn this robust echinacea. Fragrant, excellent cut flower.
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Echinacea 'Matthew Saul' PP#17652

Echinacea 'Matthew Saul' PP#17652
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Harvest Moon™
Shine on Harvest Moon! Big Sky number 5. Deep golden-yellow petals with an orange cone. Heavily branched and overlapping petals.Zones 5-8
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Echinacea 'Noam Saul' PP#21024

Echinacea 'Noam Saul' PP#21024
Common Name: Echinacea Crazy White™

Bright clear white flowers on a compact green foliage coneflower.  Blooms heavily in early Spring.


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Echinacea 'Solar Flare' PP#22133

Echinacea 'Solar Flare' PP#22133
Common Name: Red blooming coneflower

This coneflower has brilliant colored coral red blooms that stand straight on black stems.


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Echinacea 'Sunrise' PP#16235

Echinacea 'Sunrise' PP#16235
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Sunrise

Soft, citron yellow, daisy-like flowers are up to 5 inches across with a central cone that starts out green and quickly gives way to gold. This Echinacea Big Sky series selection is a great cut flower with fragrant flowers and sturdy stems.


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Echinacea 'Twilight' PP#17651

Echinacea 'Twilight' PP#17651
Common Name: Echinacea Big Sky Twilight

Echinacea Twilight PP#17651 is the third coneflower in the Big Sky series. Rose petals surround a unique red cone. 24" high, Twilight is also heavily branched and fragrant. Zones 5-8


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Euphorbia 'Shorty' PP#19808

Euphorbia 'Shorty' PP#19808
Common Name: Silver Spurge

Euphorbia 'Shorty' is true to its name with a compact rounded habit.  The silver gray foliage blooms yellow early in the season from March to May. Discovered by the great plantsman John Elsley in his garden in South Carolina.


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Heucherella 'Blue Ridge' PP#22169

Heucherella 'Blue Ridge' PP#22169
Common Name: Coral Bells

Heucherella Blue Ridge is a great shade garden plant. The light bluish green leaf has a dark purple vein and the blooms are white on thick stems. Heucherella Blue Ridge accompanied with dark foliage plants such as Begonia or Black Mondo make great container combinations.


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Heucherella 'Cumberland' PP#23527

Heucherella 'Cumberland' PP#23527
Common Name: Coral Bells

This Heucherella has a tight mounding growth habit.  The leaves are shiny green with deep burgandy in the center veins.  White blooms appear in mid spring that last for weeks.  Tolerates heat and humidity.


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Heucherella 'Great Smokies' PPAF

Heucherella 'Great Smokies' PPAF
Common Name: Coral Bells

Oak leaf shaped leaves that are a deep shade of smokey burgandy.  The under side of the foliage is a rosey pink and the foliage slightly changes in color during the summer and turns more red in the fall.  Blooms in mid spring with white flowers on tall sturdy stems.


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Hypericum 'Stardust' PP# 18408

Hypericum 'Stardust' PP# 18408
Common Name: St. John's Wort
This St. John's Wort has a unique variegation that is peppered on the newer foilage. This variegation makes for a nice back drop for the yellow flowers that the plant produces. A nice addition to any shade garden.
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Kniphofia 'Echo Duo' PPAF

Kniphofia 'Echo Duo' PPAF
Common Name: Reblooming Red Hot Poker

The latest introduction in the Echo series of Kniphofias, it has a two toned bloom, orange on top and creamy white toward the stem. Reblooms during the summer standing straight and tall in full sun.


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Kniphofia 'Echo Mango' PP# 21706

Kniphofia 'Echo Mango' PP# 21706
Common Name: Reblooming Red Hot Poker

Large mango colored blooms stand tall on thick sturdy stems this plant blooms in early spring and reblooms all during the summer.


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Kniphofia 'Echo Rojo' PP#22791

Kniphofia 'Echo Rojo' PP#22791
Common Name: Reblooming Red Hot Poker

The bloom is a deep reddish orange that attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies.  Like the other varieties in this series, Khiphofia 'Echo Rojo' is a great cut flower with large blooms and sturdy stems.


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Kniphofia uvaria 'Candlelight' PP# 12342

Kniphofia uvaria 'Candlelight' PP# 12342
Discovered at Saul Nurseries and researched because of its reblooming characteristic - it blooms continuously from May through October. Closed individual flowers are creamy yellow, lightening in color to white as they open. Flower stems reach to 24-30".
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Lamium 'Lemon Frost' PP# 20723

Lamium 'Lemon Frost' PP# 20723
Common Name: Yellow foliage Dead Nettle

Lamium 'Lemon Frost' has bright yellow foliage that trails over the edge of a container and blooms lavender in May to June.


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Ligularia 'Last Dance' PP#20947

Ligularia 'Last Dance' PP#20947

Ligularia 'Last Dance' has large leathery deep green leaves and blooms bright yellow daisy type flowers on multi branched stems late in the fall season.  Brighten up a shady dry spot in your garden with a "last dance" of yellow in October to November.


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Phlox paniculata 'David's Lavender' pp # 17793

Phlox paniculata 'David's Lavender' pp # 17793
A vegetative sport of Phlox 'David'. Nice uniform lavender pink flowers. Exceptional mildew resistance.
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Phlox paniculata 'Jordan Schuster' PPAF

Phlox paniculata 'Jordan Schuster' PPAF
Common Name: Phlox Maiden America™

Phlox Maiden America™ has a habit not seen in other plants of this type. . .Multiple branches come off the main stems with blooms on every branch!  The flower petals are bright pink with white highlights.


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Rubus 'ItSaul Summer' PPAF

Rubus 'ItSaul Summer' PPAF
Common Name: Everbearing Raspberry

Rubus 'ItSaul Summer' bears fruit all summer long! It does ramble like a raspberry, but can be kept in a container for easy access to berries.  


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Rubus calycinoides 'Golden Quilt' pp # 13436

Rubus calycinoides 'Golden Quilt' pp # 13436
Common Name: Creeping Raspberry
This evergreen creeping raspberry has an exciting new feature. Every new flush of growth is bright yellow! As time progresses, the leaves turn older leaves turn green but are followed by another flush of new yellow foliage. 'Golden Quilt' cascades wonderfully over walls and out of containers and is an excellent coarse textured groundcover. The green foliage tints red in the fall.
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Stokesia laevis 'Color Wheel' PP#12718

Stokesia laevis 'Color Wheel' PP#12718
Common Name: Stokes' Aster
Spectacular new look for Stokesias! Starting in mid-May 'Colorwheel' sends up branched bloom stalks which open almost pure white. As the days progress, the same bloom fades to lavender, then to deeper lavender and finally to purple. During the lavender and purple stages, new white blooms open on the same bloom stalk. The overall effect is as many as five different colors on the same plant. Foliage is strap-like to 10", blooms reach 24". Another fine intorduction from ItSaul Plants.
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Vinca minor '24 Carat' PP#20289

Vinca minor '24 Carat' PP#20289
Common Name: Yellow foliage Vinca

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