Lamium maculatum 'Golden Anniversary' - Spotted Dead Nettle Lamium maculatum 'Golden Anniversary' - Spotted Dead Nettle
Golden Anniversary Lamium - Lamium Golden Anniversary This very hardy groundcover features green leaves with silver and gold markings. It is excellent for shade or part-shade. It can be used beneath trees or shrubs, or about anywhere a tough ground cover is needed. It is also attractive …
Amazon.com | 09.08. 2007
Lantana camara - Lantana Lantana camara - Lantana
In our trials, this is the only hardy lantana, with well-established clumps surviving short durations of -3 degrees F. The plants emerge from the ground in early May and within a couple of weeks are topped with showy orange and pink flower heads that are produced nonstop until frost …
Amazon.com | 07.09. 2007
Lavandula angustifolia 'Lady' - English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia 'Lady' - English Lavender
Lavender is a perennial evergreen shrub with narrow, silver, needlelike leaves on bushy plant up to 10 inches tall. The lavender-blue flowers appear in summer and stretch up about 6 inches higher …
Amazon.com | 14.06. 2007
Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead' - English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia 'Munstead' - English Lavender
Munstead Lavender is early blooming and fragrant. The plants are compact. Grows 12-18 inches high. Plant 18 inches apart. Hardy in zones 5-9 …
Amazon.com | 18.06. 2007
Lavandula angustifolia 'Pink Perfume' - English Lavender Lavandula angustifolia 'Pink Perfume' - English Lavender
Pink Perfume - Light Pink Fragrant Flowers | Lavenders have always been popular, both for their fragrant silvery foliage and the many different shades of purple in the flowers. Useful for dry, sunny spots, hedging and pots, their versatility, range and diversity keeps interest alive …
Amazon.com | 04.08. 2008
Lavatera thuringiaca 'Barnsley' Lavatera thuringiaca 'Barnsley' - Lavatera 'Barnsley'
A very popular and valuable shrubby perennial, useful for filling a large area quickly or for giving a new garden an established look. The large silky trumpet-shaped flowers are produced for months through summer. They open white with a red eye, fading to pink. Foliage is a somewhat …
Amazon.com | 18.06. 2007
Lewisia longipetala 'Little Plum' - Lewisia Lewisia longipetala 'Little Plum' - Lewisia
Pinkish-red, striped flowers in late May. Flowers are large for a Lewisia, up to 1 in diameter. Many flowers per plant. Very showy when in bloom. This particular variety is reputed to be hardier than many other Lewisia and we have found this to be the case. They appear to do best …
Amazon.com | 02.11. 2007
Liatris spicata 'Floristan white' - blazing star, gayfeather Liatris spicata 'Floristan white' - blazing star, gayfeather
Blazing star is a popular perennial in European gardens …
Liatris spicata 'Kobold' - Blazing Star Liatris spicata 'Kobold' - Blazing Star
Superb for garden or vase! A Colorful and Compact Bright Violet Dwarf! 18-inch bloomspikes are content in full sun or partial shade! More compact but no less colorful than its taller cousins, this dwarf Blazing Stars offers bright rosy-purple plumes on neat 18-inch stalks for the …
Amazon.com | 03.07. 2007
Ligularia dentata 'Britt Marie Crawford' - Bigleaf Ligularia Ligularia dentata 'Britt Marie Crawford' - Bigleaf Ligularia
Ligularia are big, bold plants that need constant moisture. They are great additions to bogs, seasonally flooded areas, woodland edge or reliably moist shade gardens. They make a wonderful transition from the hosta garden to the woodlands …
Amazon.com | 06.07. 2007
Liriope muscari - border grass, lily-turf Liriope muscari - border grass, lily-turf
Lily-turf is a unique plant that is often sold in grass sections of garden centres. However, it belongs to the lily family, hence its name. It comes from shady forests of Eastern Asia …
Liriope muscari - lily turf Liriope muscari - lily turf
Culture: Becomes established most rapidly in well worked, fertile soil, but is tolerant of much less than ideal conditions. This plant is a true survivor and will grow almost anywhere! Light: Sun to shade.; Moisture: Average.; Hardiness: USDA Zones 7-11.; Propagation: Divide clumps …
Amazon.com | 02.11. 2007
Liriope muscari 'Royal Purple' - liriope, border grass, lily-turf Liriope muscari 'Royal Purple' - liriope, border grass, lily-turf
Liriope, also commonly called border grass is not actually a grass but a member of the lily family, a fact that inspires another of its common names, lilyturf. The dark green, ribbonlike foliage grows in length from 10 to 18 in (25-46 cm) and then recurves toward the ground to form …
Amazon.com | 04.06. 2007
Lobelia cardinalis - Cardinal Flower Lobelia cardinalis - Cardinal Flower
Brilliant Crimson Spikes Glow in Late Summer and Fall! Dark purple-red foliage! Brighten the part-shade garden with rich red blooms to bridge that awkward time in between summer and fall, when much of the garden is not at its best! Cardinal Flower is a hardy native U.S. plant that …
Amazon.com | 14.06. 2007
Lobelia siphilitica - Great Blue Lobelia Lobelia siphilitica - Great Blue Lobelia
Easily grown in rich, humusy, medium wet to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Needs constant moisture. Will tolerate full sun in cool, northern climates, but otherwise appreciates part shade. Divide clumps in spring as needed. May self seed in optimum growing conditions, forming …
Amazon.com | 04.07. 2007
Lotus corniculatus 'Golden Bird' - Bird's Foot Trefoil Lotus corniculatus 'Golden Bird' - Bird's Foot Trefoil
Dense silver threadlike foliage, cascading golden flowers. Can be grown in a pot or hanging basket. When planted in the ground, forms creeping mats in the garden or meadow. The buds are golden, and the seed pods are black. Best for trouble spots with poor soil. Blooms most of the …
Amazon.com | 11.08. 2007
Lychnis coronaria 'Angel's Blush' - Bloody Mary Lychnis coronaria 'Angel's Blush' - Bloody Mary
A beautiful silver leaved Lychnis with the cunning habit of changing flower color from pure white to deep pink as they age. A lovely combination and a very easy perennial to grow. Hardy in zones 5-9. Grows 18-24 inches tall …
Amazon.com | 18.11. 2007