Phlox paniculata Opalescence The foliage on the Opalescence is the darkest green we have seen on a tall garden phlox, and its large clusters of light-pink flowers with a dark-pink eye really pop against it. This is a compact, yet full selection that presents beautifully in containers at retail and in the landscape. Pollinating bees and butterflies enjoy its fragrant blooms from midsummer through late summer every year. 30- to 32-inch height; 24- to 28-inch spread; part sun to sun. Zones 4-8.
Salvia Color Spires Back to the Fuchsia The Color Spires series has expanded to include this new vibrant fuchsia pink selection with dark charcoal stems. Back to the Fuchsia is darker and more purple in comparison to Pink Dawn. It blooms prolifically in late spring and will rebloom if sheered back. All members of this series exhibit robust vigor and bloom power, delivering a superb landscape performance. 22- to 24-inch height; 22- to 24-inch spread; full sun. Zones 3-8.
Polemonium Heaven Scent Heaven Scent is impressive for its superior garden performance and longevity in northern gardens. It makes a perfect companion for other shade loving perennials, but is also quite sun tolerant for a Polemonium. Heaven Scent forms a full mound of green, fern-like foliage that emerges with deep purple highlights and makes a perfect companion for other shade loving perennials, but is also quite sun tolerant for a Polemonium. It can be merchandised in both sun and shade displays at retail in spring.
Polemonium Heaven Scent
Phlox paniculata Opalescence
Salvia Color Spires Back to the Fuchsia
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