Seed grown red coneflower, bred in the Midwest. An excellent choice where a smaller sized plant is required.
Weeping larch is a very unique looking tree. Pendulous branches gracefully weep to the ground, looking like a waterfall pouring off a mountainside. Foliage is needle-like but very soft textured. Without training, the plant will not grow any taller, but will become more ground cover-like.
One of the most interesting of ornamental trees. Glossy foliage emerges in spring followed closely by fringy white flowers. Best flowering will occur with two plants as they are dioecious requiring male and female plants to produce blue berries. Plants are slightly fragrant.
Ernest Markham has a great reddish color with fading center that gives a great multi-colored effect. Like all Clematis, works best with shade around the roots. Do it a favor and plant perennials around the base of the trellis to shade the roots.
Maidenhair fern is one of the more delicate ferns. Very airy foliage with dark stems makes it very attractive. Well under utilized.
One of the more popular types of ferns. Sometimes stems are reddish colored. Fronds are very feathery and attractive.
Orange new growth sets this variety apart. Thick semi-evergreen foliage is attractive year round. Vase shaped in habit, this is a great plant for any garden
Great plant for the woodland garden. Native to Illinois. This fern can take wet soils and also works well as an erosion control
The largest growing fern in our area. Ostrich fern can spread rapidly which works well if you have the area to do that. Very upright
Cinnamon fern has a unique fronds that emerge brown and shaped like a cinnamon stick then unfurl to large green leaves.