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Feather Reed Grass

Calamagrostis X acutiflora ~’KARL FOERSTER’ Beautiful ornamental grass that looks great in a mass or standing alone. This grass plumes in late spring starting as bright pink to red and fading to buff. It is not picky when it comes to soil preference. Supplemental watering keeps the grass tight when drought conditions are present. This grass is a…

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Native Prairie Verbena

This little perennial groundcover is one tough plant. It literally bloomed from April through November in my garden here in Northwest Arkansas. Drought tolerant. Heat Resistant (stood up well in the 100+ temps we had here in the summer of 2011). Fragrant and a butterfly magnet!

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Physocarpus opulifolius ~ NINEBARK I can’t say enough about this shrub.  One of my favorites. It makes an excellent specimen shrub. Beautiful leaves. Loose form with flowing branches.6′-10′ tall and 6′-8′ wide. Drought tolerant! Fragrant blooms in the late spring and early summer. Extremely hardy in the Northwest Arkansas region.

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Oakleaf Hydrangea

HYDRANGEA QUERCIFOLIA ~ OAKLEAF HYDRANGEA This is a great “show stopping” shrub for your landscape. It is a larger shrub that makes a fantastic specimen plant, or it can be planted in a row for screening.12″ long white flower spikes through out the spring and summer aging to rosy-pink as they mature. Spectacular red fall color and cinnamon…

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Sedum Angelina

RUPESTRE ‘ANGELINA’ ~ SEDUM ‘ANGELINA’ This little groundcover sedum is amazing! It is a semi-evergreen sedum. It has bright lime green foliage in the spring and summer. In the fall and winter when temperatures are much cooler, it’s tips turn an orange-bronze color that almost looks electric. It is hardy and spreads easily. I would…

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