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Featuring American Beauties Native Plants

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Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'

Beeblossom

A Siskiyou Nursery introduction. Wine-red buds opening to rose pink flowers with white stamens. Shorter than other varieties with darker foliage. Occasional white flowers will appear, but they are few. The stems culminate in racemes of orchid-like flowers that open a few at a time giving the plant the added bonus of a long blooming period.

Gaura lindheimeri 'Siskiyou Pink'

Gaura lindheimeri 'Whirling Butterflies'

Beeblossom

A generously branching and floriferous selection of the species. Bright starry white flowers on numerous thin spikes. Maroon spots may appear on the foliage. The stems culminate in racemes of orchid-like flowers that open a few at a time, giving the plant the added bonus of a long blooming period.

Gaura lindheimeri 'Whirling Butterflies'

Gaura lindheimeri 'Rosyjane'

Beeblossom

Clear white, four-petaled flowers with a candy-pink picotee. Flowers bloom along tall, flexible stems throughout summer. Open, vase-shaped habit; quite tolerant of heat, humidity, and some drought once established. Requires well-drained soil.

Gaura lindheimeri 'Rosyjane'

Gelsemium sempervirens 'Margarita'

Carolina jessamine
A reliable zone 6 Gelsemium? This is it! It has flowered here in Landenberg for 10 years and the survival rate is 100%, with occasional dieback in the harshest winters. A profuse display of clear yellow trumpet flowers in early summer with semievergreen foliage. 'Margarita' is a superior seedling selected by Don Jacobs of Eco Gardens in Decatur, Georgia. With its much larger, more prominent flowers, it was superior in every way to common seedlings, so Jacobs named it for his wife. He had no idea that it would survive winters to minus 25 F. as it has here in Pennsylvania. Gelsemium 'Margarita' is a Gold Medal Award winner from the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society. Carolina Jessamine is found from Virginia to Texas to Florida, usually in a bright spot at wood's edge or in a clearing, but it can also be seen climbing a fence or tree in an open field where the Kudzu hasn't yet taken over.
Gelsemium sempervirens 'Margarita'

Geranium maculatum 'Espresso'

Wild geranium

We are very excited to offer our own selection from the woods of Landenberg! Pale lavender-pink flowers over very attractive maroon-purple foliage. A bold new look for our native cranesbill, useful as a groundcover or shade garden feature plant. G. maculatum is found naturally in open woods, clearings, woods edges and roadsides throughout the Eastern US.

Geranium maculatum 'Espresso'

Geranium maculatum

Wild geranium
We are back on track with this great woodland native! Easy to grow in most shady spots, it flowers in spring with pink or lavender blooms. Found in open woods, clearings, woods edges and roadsides throughout the Eastern US. A necessary component for the shade meadow!
Geranium maculatum

Geum fragarioides

Appalachian barren strawberry

Bright, golden-yellow, 5-petaled flowers bloom early to late spring creating a striking accent against evergreen, trifoliate leaves. Flowers and foliage appear on separate stalks; foliage spreads by rhizomes just below the soil surface. A multi-seasonal, ornamental groundcover for the native garden.

Geum fragarioides
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