While its dark color is unique it’s the great flavor you’ll love: a rich, smoky flavor with just the right pop of sweetness.  Vigorous, sprawling and incredibly productive, ‘Black Cherry’ will have you eating Tomatoes right off the vine or giving them to lucky friends.

Narrow fine textured blades create a tight upright habit that is slightly stiffer than the species and more compact. Silvery flowers are held above the foliage in fall and droop to the ground when fat with seeds. Flowers have a pleasant scent and the plant has a striking orange-red fall color.

Golden Sunset™ is a fabulous native grass with olive-green foliage and golden yellow flowers that attract butterflies. Indiangrass is very vigorous and works well when interplanted with assertive native perennials and other native grasses, in a more manicured landscape just remove the flower heads after flowering to reduce spread.

Indian Grass is a beautiful addition to any sunny landscape with its upright form and blue-green foliage. Flowering stems, topped with narrow, feathery panicles, rise well above the foliage clump in late summer. Excellent as an accent in gardens or as the “thrill” in mixed containers. Drought tolerant. Native to the U.S., and is virtually care-free. Provides great winter interest.

Dense, slow-growing, pyramidal evergreen with whorls of thick, dark green, glossy needles that almost appear to be plastic! Reddish-brown buds and branches. Tough, low maintenance, nearly pest-free, and a magnificent specimen plant. Grow alone or in border groupings. Attractive foliage, stems, and buds. Deer resistant.

Dense, slow-growing, narrow upright, pyramidal evergreen with whorls of thick, dark green, glossy needles that almost appear to be plastic! Reddish-brown buds and branches. Selected by plantsman, Sydney Waxman from the University of Connecticut.

An upright ornamental grass that withstands adverse weather conditions. In summer, striking silvery blue stems form a columnar habit. Deep wine purple fall color. An excellent selection for mixing in a perennial border, prairie or in a more formal landscape design. Silvery blue blue foliage is held in a strong upright, columnar habit and in the fall the seeds attract many song birds.

Aggressively growing, this large shrub sports unique, large black colored catkins in March and April. Tolerates wet areas well. Unique black colored catkins are very attractive. Perfect for use as a spring cut stem. Fast growing plant should be placed in an area where is can spread

Deep yellow petals surround a dark brown center from mid-summer to fall on this little flowering machine! Much denser than ‘Goldsturm’, but with all the summer flower power.

The Gold Standard among Rudbeckias! Superior uniformity, excellent disease resistance and 4″ golden semi-double flowers all season makes this a must have for your yard and patio. Compact and well branched plant with superior flower power! Great in borders or beds in a sunny location, or as the summer long “thrill” in a mixed container. Excellent for cut flowers.