Tall Garden Phlox

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Tall Garden Phlox
The brightly colored
flowers of Tall
Garden Phlox are
a staple item for
the perennial
garden. Butterflies
and hummingbirds
adore their sweetly
fragrant blossoms. A
range of short to tall
varieties is offered here.
Tall Garden
Phlox
CULTURE:
Tall Garden Phlox prefers
a dry start after potting
up, but once the shoots
begin to appear it is very
important to keep plants
consistently moist and
well-fertilized. Overhead
watering should be avoided
and the plants should be
well-spaced to allow for
good air circulation. This
will help to prevent powdery mildew and other
disease issues. Visit
www.WaltersGardens.com
for additional growing
information.
Phlox ‘Chattahoochee’
PHLCHG1, PHLCH72 (Hybrid
Phlox) Prized for its fantastic
spring bloom. Fragrant, soft lavender blue flowers with a purple
eye are produced in loose clusters.
Bright green, semi-evergreen,
low growing foliage. Short-lived
perennial. Best in part shade.
10-12in/LSp/Z4-9/#1 Grade, 72ct C
Phlox ‘Minnie Pearl’
PHLMPG1, PHLMP72 (Tall
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Phlox paniculata
‘Blue Paradise’
Photo courtesy of ItSaul Plants
Phlox paniculata
‘Bright Eyes’
Phlox
‘Chattahoochee’
Phlox paniculata
‘Shockwave’ PPAF
(p. 174)
Phlox ‘Minnie Pearl’
Garden Phlox) An especially
early bloom time, incredible
disease resistance, and a slowly
spreading habit sets this variety
apart. Clusters of large, pure
white flowers completely cover
the glossy, green foliage over a
long period.
15-20in/ESu-LSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
Phlox paniculata ‘David’
Phlox paniculata
‘Blue Paradise’
Phlox paniculata ‘David’
PHLBPG1 (Tall Garden Phlox)
Lavender blue blossoms with
white centers and tiny red eyes
are deliciously fragrant. Standing over 3 feet tall, this is a
good selection for the back of
the border.
40in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade
RC
Phlox paniculata
‘Bright Eyes’
PHLBEG1 (Tall Garden
Phlox) Pale pink flowers with a
prominent, hot-pink eye zone.
A reliable bloomer. Fragrant
blossoms attract butterflies and
hummingbirds. This selection
has demonstrated a high degree
of mildew resistance.
36in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade
Award: RHS
Phlox paniculata
‘David’s Lavender’ PP17793
RC
PHLDAG1, PHLDA72 (Tall
Garden Phlox) Large heads of
fragrant, white flowers. Bright
green foliage and upright habit.
One of the most powdery mildew resistant varieties.
42in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade,
72ct RC
Award: PPA
Phlox paniculata ‘David’s
Lavender’ PP17793
PHLDLG1 (Tall Garden Phlox)
From ItSaul Plants comes this
lavender pink selection from
the award winning ‘David’. We
are offering virus-indexed clean
stock.
42in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
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FLAME™ Series
(Tall Garden Phlox) This new series of naturally dwarf,
compact cultivars is perfectly suited for containers,
courtyard gardens, and the middle of the border. All
members of this series offer good disease resistance, a
bushy habit, and large, fragrant flowers. From Bartels
Breeding of The Netherlands.
15-18in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade, 72ct C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Coral (‘Barsixtytwo’ PP22234)
PHLCOG1, PHLCO72 Vibrant coral red.
Pink (‘Bartwelve’ PP11804)
PHLPIG1, PHLPI72 Fuchsia pink with a darker pink eye.
Purple (‘Barfourteen’ PP12605)
PHLPUG1, PHLPU72 Rich purple flowers with a small
Phlox paniculata FLAME™
Series Coral (‘Barsixtytwo’
Phlox paniculata FLAME™
Series Pink
Phlox paniculata FLAME™
Series Purple
Phlox paniculata FLAME™
Series Violet
PP22234)
darker eye.
(‘Bartwelve’ PP11804)
Award: PBM
Violet (‘Barsixtyone’ PP22223)
PHLVIG1, PHLVI72 Lavender purple.
Phlox p. FLAME™ Series in our field
(‘Barfourteen’ PP12605)
(‘Barsixtyone’ PP22223)
JUNIOR™ Series
(Tall Garden Phlox) Some of the best Phlox we’ve seen
in years! These mildew resistant cultivars are short and
compact, branching well from the crown. Flowers are
produced on the lateral branches over a period of several
months. Knee high plants are sized perfectly for containers or for the front to middle of the border.
Phlox paniculata ‘Junior™ Dance’ PP16059
PHLJDG1 Fragrant, coral pink flowers.
18in/MSu-EFa/Z4-8/#1 Grade RC
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Phlox paniculata
‘Junior™ Dance’ PP16059
Photo courtesy of Daan Kneppers
Phlox paniculata
‘Junior™ Dream’ PP16104
Phlox paniculata ‘Junior™ Dream’ PP16104
PHLDRG1 Fragrant, bright pinkish purple flowers.
18-22in/MSu-EFa/Z4-8/#1 Grade RC
Asexual propagation prohibited.
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Pixie Series
Photo courtesy of Daan Kneppers
Photo courtesy of Alan and Linda Detrick
Phlox paniculata ‘Laura’
Phlox paniculata ‘Nicky’
Photo courtesy of Daan Kneppers
Phlox paniculata
‘Pixie Twinkle’ PPAF
Phlox paniculata
‘Pixie Miracle Grace’ PPAF
(Tall Garden Phlox) Like the Junior Series, these knee high plants exhibit a nicely compact habit, increased mildew resistance, and a very long
bloom time. Vibrant flowers are produced on dark, well-branched stems.
15-20in/MSu-EFa/Z4-8/#1 Grade
RC
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Phlox paniculata ‘Pixie Miracle Grace’ PPAF
PHLPMG1 Fragrant, lavender purple flowers with a white eye.
Phlox paniculata ‘Pixie Twinkle’ PPAF
PHLPTG1 Fragrant, baby pink flowers with a darker pink eye.
Phlox paniculata ‘Laura’
PHLLRG1, PHLLR72 (Tall Garden
Phlox paniculata
‘Orange Perfection’
Phlox paniculata
‘Red Riding Hood’
Phlox) Rated a top performer!
Fuchsia-purple flowers with starry,
white centers and dark eyes. Has
demonstrated very good mildew
resistance. Fragrant blossoms.
24-30in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade,
72ct RC
Phlox paniculata ‘Nicky’
PHLNIG1, PHLNI72 (Tall Garden Phlox) Magenta flowers, the
darkest of all tall garden phlox, are
produced all summer long. Sweetly
fragrant. Has demonstrated good
mildew resistance in trials.
30-36in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade,
72ct RC
Phlox paniculata
‘Orange Perfection’
PHLOPG1 (Tall Garden Phlox)
Giant 5-6 in. long panicles of
flaming salmon-orange flowers on
strong stems. Dense, deep green foliage forms a compact clump. They
also make terrific sweetly scented
cut flowers.
Phlox paniculata ‘Shockwave’ PPAF
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36in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade
Award: RHS
RC
Phlox paniculata ‘Red
Riding Hood’
PHLRRG1 (Tall Garden Phlox)
Vivid clusters of fragrant, cherryred flowers sit atop strong stems
nearly all summer long. A compact
variety which attracts butterflies
and hummingbirds. Makes a bold
color statement.
22in/MSu-LSu/Z4-8/#1 Grade
RC
Phlox paniculata
‘Shockwave’ PPAF
WGI Exclusive Introduction
PHLSKG1, PHLSK72 (Tall Garden
Phlox) This fabulous stable variegated sport of ‘David’s Lavender’ offers great impulse appeal.
Shocking yellow and green foliage
will brighten up any garden or
combination container. In summer, the margins lighten to creamy
yellow and large clusters of lavender
pink flowers with a white starburst
center are produced.
12-18in/LSu-EFa/Z4-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
All propagation prohibited.
Proven Winners® label and container
required.
Recommended Finish Size: Trade 1-GL
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CULTURE
Creeping Phlox is a very
low-growing, groundcover-type species that is showiest when planted on slopes,
among rocks, towards the
front of the border, or along
pathways. Like most
other Phlox, this one
prefers full sun. However, it prefers gritty,
slightly alkaline soil
instead of the fertile, moist
soil favored by other species.
Creeping Phlox
GROWING TIPS
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Use a 7 or 8 inch Mum Pan
or Azalea Pot. Do not use a
standard one gallon container.
Wider pots allow more
root/soil contact.
Water thoroughly after
potting for good root/soil
contact.
Water lightly until new
growth appears.
Grow plants either in a cool
greenhouse (above freezing)
with good light levels and
air circulation or pot plants
about April 1 and place
directly outside under white,
breathable row cover.
Water plants through fabric
as needed. Remove fabric
when flower buds appear. It
may be necessary to cover
plants again in the event of a
late, hard frost.
Phlox subulata
‘Atropurpurea’
Phlox subulata
‘Blue Emerald’
Phlox subulata
‘Candy Stripes’
Phlox subulata
‘Emerald Pink’
Phlox subulata
‘Millstream Daphne’
Phlox subulata
‘North Hills’
Phlox subulata
‘Atropurpurea’
PHSATG1 (Creeping Phlox)
Rich wine-red flowers.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade D
Phlox subulata
‘Blue Emerald’
PHSCSG1 (Creeping Phlox)
Delightful pink and white
striped flowers.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade D
PHSBEG1, PHSBE72 (Creep-
Phlox subulata
‘Emerald Pink’
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade, 72ct D
ing Phlox) Compact, longflowering pink.
ing Phlox) Delicate lavender
blue flowers.
Phlox subulata
‘Red Wing’
(p. 176)
Phlox subulata
‘Candy Stripes’
PHSEPG1, PHSEP72 (Creep4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade, 72ct D
Phlox subulata
‘Millstream Daphne’
PHSMDG1 (Creeping Phlox)
Forms a tight, compact mound
completely covered in hot pink
flowers with a darker pink eye.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade D
Phlox subulata
‘North Hills’
PHSNHG1, PHSNH72
(Creeping Phlox) Bright white
flowers with a prominent violet
purple eye.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade,
72ct C
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Phlox subulata ‘Snowflake’
Phlox subulata
‘Red Wing’
Phlox subulata ‘Red Wing’
PHSRWG1, PHSRW72 (Creep-
fresh green foliage; no staking
required.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade, 72ct D
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Phlox subulata ‘Snowflake’
Platycodon
‘Astra Double Blue’
ing Phlox) Bright crimson pink
flowers with a red center.
PHSSNG1, PHSSN72 (Creep-
ing Phlox) Greatly improved
cultivar. Forms a tight, compact,
spreading clump of evergreen
foliage that overwinters very
well. Pure white, snowflakeshaped flowers blanket the
foliage.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade, 72ct D
Physostegia virginiana
‘Pink Manners’ PPAF
Phlox subulata
‘White Delight’
PHSWDG1 (Creeping Phlox)
Large, pure white flowers.
4-6in/LSp/Z2-9/#1 Grade D
Physostegia virginiana
‘Pink Manners’ PPAF
PHYPM20, PHYPM72
Platycodon
‘Astra Double Blue’
Platycodon ‘Astra Pink’
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Phlox subulata ‘White Delight’
(Obedient Plant) Clump forming, pink flowered selection
from Darrell Probst. Spikes of
pale pink to white buds open
to lavender pink flowers with a
white throat. Strictly upright,
strong-stemmed plant with
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Double Blue’
36in/MSu-LSu/Z3-9/20 & 72ct
TC
PLAADG1, PLAAD72 (Balloon
Flower) Interesting balloonlike buds burst open into fully
double, bell-shaped flowers.
Exceptional branching and thick
flower petals make for long-lasting, periwinkle blue blossoms.
Has a compact, uniform habit.
8-10in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade, 72ct S
Platycodon ‘Astra Pink’
PLAAPG1, PLAAP72 (Balloon
Flower) Interesting balloon-like
buds burst open into bellshaped flowers. Exceptional
branching and thick flower petals make for long-lasting, light
pink blooms. Has a compact,
uniform habit.
8-10in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade, 72ct S
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Double Blue’
selection. Interesting balloonlike buds burst open into fully
double, bell-shaped, violet-blue
flowers with darker veining. A
very reliable bloomer that is pest
and disease-free.
24in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade S
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Fuji Blue’
PLAFBG1 (Balloon Flower)
Long-lived and trouble-free selection. Interesting balloon-like
buds burst open into large 2-2½
inch, deep blue, bell-shaped
flowers. A very reliable bloomer
that is pest and disease-free.
20in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade S
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Fuji Pink’
PLAFPG1 (Balloon Flower)
Long-lived and trouble-free
selection. Interesting balloonlike buds burst open into
beautiful, soft pink, bell-shaped
flowers. They keep their color
best in semi-shade. A very reliable bloomer that is pest and
disease-free.
24in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade S
PLADBG1 (Balloon Flower)
Long-lived and trouble-free
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Fuji Blue’
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Fuji Pink’
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Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Sentimental Blue’
Platycodon grandiflorus ‘Fuji White’
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Fuji White’
PLAFWG1 (Balloon Flower)
Long-lived and trouble-free
selection. Interesting balloonlike buds burst open into
beautiful pure white, bellshaped flowers. A very reliable
bloomer that is pest and
disease-free.
12-24in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade S
Platycodon grandiflorus
‘Sentimental Blue’
PLASBG1, PLASB72 (Bal-
loon Flower) Long-lived and
trouble-free selection. Interesting balloon-like buds burst
open into splendid blue, dwarf
bell-shaped flowers. A prolific
bloomer that is pest and diseasefree. Excellent low-growing
border or rock garden plant.
pink in the spring. Pale lavender blue flowers. Very distinctive and showy.
1-2ft/ESu-MSu/Z3-7/20 &
72ct T
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Award: PSM
Polemonium reptans
‘Touch of Class’ PP19768
POLTC20 (Variegated Jacob’s
Ladder) A smaller sport of
‘Stairway to Heaven’. Forms a
low mound of fine lacy foliage;
green leaves with a narrow,
bright white edge. Pink buds
open to pale blue flowers.
From Sunny Border Nurseries.
POLHH30 ( Jacob’s Ladder)
Forms a neatly compact clump
of glossy, ferny green foliage
topped with fragrant, blue
blossoms with a yellow halo
and white eye. Larger flowers
than the species. Creates wonderful texture in the garden
especially when combined with
hostas.
POLVAG1 (Variegated Solo-
mon’s Seal) Arching stems
lined with variegated green
leaves with white edges. This
clean foliage turns gold in the
fall. Unbranched stems support dangling white flowers.
A natural companion to hosta
and ferns.
Polemonium boreale
‘Heavenly Habit’
18-24in/LSp/Z3-9/#1 Grade D
Award: RHS, PPA ‘13
Cannot ship to Canada.
14in/ESu-MSu/Z3-7/20ct T
Asexual propagation prohibited.
6-8in/MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct S
Polemonium boreale
‘Heavenly Habit’
Polygonatum odoratum
‘Variegatum’
2013
Perennial Plant
Association
Plant of the
Year
Polygonatum o.
‘Variegatum’
Polemonium reptans
‘Stairway to Heaven’ PP15187
18-20in/ESu/Z3-7/30ct S
Polemonium reptans
‘Stairway to Heaven’
PP15187
POLSH20, POLSH72 (Varie-
gated Jacob’s Ladder) Large,
bushy, vigorous selection with
green and white leaves tinged
Polemonium reptans
‘Touch of Class’ PP19768
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Primula ‘Pacific Hybrids’
Pulmonaria ‘Majeste’
rose) Large flower size and clear,
vibrant colors. Flowers freely in a
wide range of colors including yellow,
maroon, lavender, white, pink, and
blue-violet. Most have large eyes of
contrasting colors.
Sage) Solid silvery-gray leaves with a
very narrow green margin. In spring,
light pink buds pop open to reveal
darker, bluish-pink flower bells.
Especially useful for lightening up
shady spots in the garden.
PRIPH30, PRIPH72 (English Prim-
Primula ‘Pacific Hybrids’
6-8in/MSp/Z3-8/30 & 72ct S
8-12in/LSp/Z3-9/30ct T
Primula pubescens
Exhibition Series–Mixed
Pulmonaria ‘Raspberry Splash’
most carefree, pest resistant type of
Primula. Mixed strain with a broad
array of blue, purple, red-violet, yellow, and cream flowers with a prominent yellow or white eye. Fragrant,
rounded flower clusters stand above
a flat rosette of unusually smooth,
leathery, paddle-shaped leaves. From
Jelitto. Possibly hardier than Z4.
Bethlehem Sage) Top seller! Our
most floriferous and robust selection.
Produces sizeable clusters of large,
bright raspberry pink flowers which
age to lilac purple. Forms a large, upright clump of disease resistant, dark
green, silver spotted foliage.
PRIEM30 (Garden Auricula) The
6-8in/MSp/Z4-8/30ct S
Primula pubescens
Exhibition Series—Mixed
Pulmonaria longifolia
‘Bertram Anderson’
Pulmonaria ‘Majeste’
Pulmonaria ‘Raspberry
Splash’ PP12138
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10-12in/LSp/Z3-9/30 & 72ct T
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Pulmonaria saccharata
‘Mrs. Moon’
8-10in/LSp/Z3-9/30ct T
Sage) Silvery-gray dotted leaves form
an attractive mound of foliage that
is great for brightening up the shade
garden. Magenta-pink buds open to
bright blue bells. Excellent underplanting for taller shrubs.
Sage) Gentian blue flowers emerge
from fuchsia buds. Like other P.
longifolia, this selection has long, narrow leaves heavily spotted with silver.
It tends to bloom a couple of weeks
later than the other varieties.
PULRD30 (Lungwort, Bethlehem
Pulmonaria longifolia
‘Roy Davidson’
PP12138
PULSP30, PULSP72 (Lungwort,
PULBA30 (Lungwort, Bethlehem
Pulmonaria longifolia
‘Roy Davidson’
Pulmonaria longifolia
‘Bertram Anderson’
PULMA30 (Lungwort, Bethlehem
Sage) Leaves are long, narrow, and
heavily spotted with silver. They are
smaller than many other varieties and
stay nice all season. The young flowers are pink, changing to powder blue
as they age.
PULMM30 (Lungwort, Bethlehem
10-12in/LSp/Z3-9/30ct T
Rhubarb ‘Victoria’
RHUVIG1 Huge leaves on thick,
green stalks that are reddish towards
the base. Use the stalks only to make
delicious tart pies and sauces. Produces heavy yields.
2-3ft/MSp-ESu/Z3-9/#1 Grade S
8-12in/LSp/Z3-9/30ct T
Pulmonaria saccharata ‘Mrs. Moon’
Rhubarb ‘Victoria’
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Rudbeckia fulgida ‘City Garden’
RUDCG30 (Black-Eyed Susan)
Nicely sized for city gardens and
containers, this sturdy, upright selection produces loads of golden yellow flowers with a brown cone. It
is long blooming, providing a bright
spot of color to sunny landscapes.
18-24in/MSu-EFa/Z4-10/30ct T
Rudbeckia fulgida ‘Goldsturm’
RUDGOG1, RUDGOG2, RUDGO30, RUDGO72, RUDGO128
(Black-Eyed Susan) Golden-yellow,
daisy-like flowers have a distinct
dark brown central cone. Sturdy,
upright habit. Long blooming.
24-36in/MSu-EFa/Z4-10/#1 & #2
Grade, 30, 72, & 128ct S
Awards: PPA, RHS
Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii
‘Little Goldstar’ PP22397
RUDLG20, RUDLG72 (BlackEyed Susan) Much more compact,
proportional selection compared to
‘Goldsturm’. A dome of star-shaped,
2-2½”, golden yellow blossoms
are carried on very well-branched
scapes just above the short, bushy
clump of rich green foliage. Looks
great in containers. The new standard in Rudbeckia. From Jelitto
Perennial Seeds.
14-16in/MSu-EFa/Z4-10/20 & 72ct T
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Sagina subulata
SAGSU30 (Irish Moss) A creeping,
moss-like, evergreen groundcover
that forms a tight green carpet.
Tiny, white flowers. Nice between
stepping stones or as an underplanting for taller plants. Prefers a sunnier site than most mosses.
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2-4in/LSp-MSu/Z4-7/30ct S
Salvia ‘Eveline’ PP14905
SALEVG1 (Perennial Salvia)
Selected by Piet Oudolf for its
superior flowers and upright, bushy
habit. Large, two-toned light pink
and purple flowers are held on tall
spikes above a low clump of green
foliage.
25in/ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Rudbeckia fulgida
‘City Garden’
Salvia ‘Madeline’ PP20456
SALMDG1, SALMD72 (Perennial
Salvia) Attractive bicolor with large,
showy blossoms. Brilliant violet
blue hooded flowers have a white
lower lip edged in violet. Tends to
rebloom if cut back. Selected by
Piet Oudolf for its compact, upright
habit, vigorous growth, and free
flowering ability.
28-32in/ESu/Z4-8/#1 Grade, 72ct C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Salvia nemorosa ‘Blue Hill’
SALBHG1 (‘Blauhugel’) (Perennial
Salvia) The closest to true blue of all
perennial salvias. Very long-flowering with a wonderful compact habit.
Easy to grow in almost any climate.
Use in containers or flower borders.
16-20in/ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade C
Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii
‘Little Goldstar’ PP22397
Photo courtesy of Stepables
Sagina subulata
Rudbeckia fulgida
‘Goldsturm’
Salvia ‘Eveline’ PP14905
Salvia ‘Madeline’
PP20456
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Salvia nemorosa
‘Blue Hill’
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Salvia nemorosa
‘Caradonna’
Salvia nemorosa
‘East Friesland’
Salvia nemorosa
‘Sensation Sky Blue’ PPAF
Salvia nemorosa MARCUS™
(‘Haeumanarc’ PP13322)
Salvia nemorosa ‘Snow Hill’
Salvia nemorosa ‘Caradonna’
Salvia nemorosa MARCUS™
nial Salvia) Similar to ‘East
Friesland’ but with two distinct
differences: a starkly upright
habit and dark purple flower
stems. They really set off the
bright violet-blue flowers and
are great in fresh bouquets.
nial Salvia) Dark violet-purple
flowers appear for most of the
summer if deadheaded. Foliage
spread is quite impressive the first
year for a dwarf. The perfect size
plant for edging or containers.
SALCAG1, SALCA72 (Peren-
24-30in/ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
Award: ISU
(‘Haeumanarc’ PP13322)
SALMAG1, SALMA72 (Peren-
8-12in/ESu-MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Award: ISU
Salvia nemorosa
‘East Friesland’
Salvia nemorosa ‘May Night’
friesland’)(Perennial Salvia)
Spikes of violet-purple flowers
stand at attention above the
nicely mounded foliage. Longflowering and easy to grow in
almost any climate.
rennial Salvia) Dense spikes
of deep violet-purple flowers
over a long period which can
be extended by deadheading.
Gray-green foliage.
SALEFG1, SALEF72 (‘Ost-
16-18in/ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade, 72ct C
Award: RHS
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SALMNG1, SALMNG2,
SALMN72 (‘Mainacht’) (Pe-
18in/ESu-MSu/Z3-8/#1 & #2
Grade, 72ct C
Award: PPA
Salvia nemorosa
‘Sensation Sky Blue’
PPAF
SALSSG1, SALSS72 (Perennial
Salvia) One of the very best
new Salvias we’ve trialed. Dwarf
selection more compact than
MARCUS™. Grows vigorously
to form a perfectly rounded,
dense mound of rugose green
foliage. Mauve purple stems
carry the blue violet, branched
flower spikes.
9-10in/ESu-MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Salvia nemorosa
‘May Night’
Salvia nemorosa ‘Viola Klose’
summer if deadheaded. A sport
of ‘Blue Hill’.
20in/ESu-MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade C
Salvia nemorosa ‘Viola
Klose’
SALVKG1 (Perennial Salvia)
Outstanding spikes of violetpurple flowers are deeper and
more intense in color than any
other perennial salvia. Has a
tight, mounded habit, making it
ideal for container plantings or
other small spaces.
15-18in/ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade C
Salvia nemorosa ‘Snow Hill’
SALSHG1 (‘Schneehugel’)(Perennial Salvia) Pure white flower
spikes rise above mounds of
grey-green foliage. This selection
has a more compact habit than
most other salvias. A reliable
performer that blooms well into
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Salvia ‘Rhapsody in Blue’
flowers on dark purple stems.
Selected by Piet Oudolf for its
superior flowers and upright,
bushy habit. Intense blue violet
flowers are held on tall spikes
above a low clump of grey-green
foliage.
Asexual propagation prohibited.
PP15148
SALRBG1 (Perennial Salvia)
25in/ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Salvia ‘Sensation
Deep Rose
Improved’ PPAF
SALSDG1, SALSD72 (Perennial
Salvia) One of the very best new
Salvias we’ve trialed. Brighter
pink flowers and improved habit
compared to ‘Sensation Rose’.
Forms a robust, compact clump
of rugose, green foliage. Extremely floriferous; bright pink
16in/ESu-MSu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
Salvia ‘Sweet 16’ PPAF
WGI Exclusive Introduction
SALSWG1, SALSW72 (Perennial Salvia) Notable improvement over ‘Eveline’ due to its
larger flowers, brighter flower
color, and branched stems.
Vibrant rose purple buds open
to bright lavender pink flowers with a purple lip atop basal,
green foliage.
18-24in/LSp-ESu/Z3-8/#1 Grade,
72ct C
Asexual propagation prohibited.
Saponaria ocymoides
SAPOCG1 (Rock Soapwort)
Forms a nice patch of semi-ever-
green foliage that works well as
a filler between stones on a path,
in the crevices of walls, or in rock
gardens. Small, bright pink flowers appear in early summer.
8in/ESu/Z3-7/#1 Grade S
Award: RHS
Scabiosa ‘Beaujolais
Bonnets’
SCABE30, SCABE72 (Pincushion
Flower) A rare burgundy flowering selection that blooms on tall,
wiry stems above a bushy mound
of green foliage. Light red petals
surround the deep burgundy
center with protruding white
stamens. Interesting cut flower.
24in/LSp-MSu/Z6-9/30 & 72ct S
pincushion-like flowers
hover over a short
mound of ferny basal
foliage all summer long.
Benefits from deadheading.
S
12-18in/LSp-LSu/Z3-9/30 &
72ct C
Awards: PPA, MOBOT
Scabiosa columbaria
‘Pink Mist’
SCAPM30 (Pincushion Flower)
Pincushion-like, pink flowers with a hint of lavender are
borne atop wiry stems all season
long. Drought tolerant once
established. A reliable, longblooming selection.
12-18in/ESu-LSu/Z3-9/30ct C
Scabiosa columbaria
‘Butterfly Blue’
SCABB30, SCABB72 (Pincushion Flower) Lavender blue,
EXCLUSIVE
Photo courtesy of Visions
Salvia ‘Rhapsody in
Blue’ PP15148
Salvia ‘Sensation Deep
Rose Improved’ PPAF
Salvia ‘Sweet 16’ PPAF
Photo courtesy of Ivy Garth
Saponaria ocymoides
Scabiosa ‘Beaujolais Bonnets’
Scabiosa columbaria
‘Butterfly Blue’
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Scabiosa columbaria
‘Pink Mist’
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