Allium schoenoprasum Ornamental One Series Chive

Jelitto has focused on multiple use plants — edibles with ornamental qualities, developing clear distinct colors and consistent sturdy medium sized foliage. We are happy to introduce The Ornamental One Chive Series! ‘Pink One’, ‘Purple One’, and ‘White One’ flowering plants available for the first time in single color seed strains. First year flowering, deliciously edible and highly ornamental, all three colors are uniform in height and flowering time, with good sturdy leaf blades.

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Anemone ‘Dainty Swan’ PPAF

During the past 12 years, since Anemone Wild Swan appeared to be so promising, the breeder, Elizabeth MacGregor of Scotland, has been developing variations now included in the Anemone Swan Series. This non-invasive hybrid blooms from June to late October. It features large semi-double white/tinged pink flowers with deep pinkish/red banding, standing on striking dark maroon stems. This deer-resistant perennial excels in partial shade to sun in Zones 4-10. It grows to 22 inches high.

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Antirrhinum sempervirens Drew's Folly™

This snapdragon’s soft, slightly fuzzy foliage is solid dark green, and the flowers are a dusty pink. With a mature size of 12 inches tall and approximately 16 inches round, Drew's Folly™ is a natural for the rock garden or edge of a flagstone patio. This hardy perennial can grow in relatively dry conditions with occasional irrigation only in the hottest part of the summer. Grow in full sun or part shade with very little maintenance required. Bees will visit this plant for pollen and nectar.

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Berberis Sunjoy Neo™

Orange is happy. Orange is cheerful. And there's no barberry more orange than Sunjoy Neo™. Tom Ranney of NCSU brings us this eye-catching, jaw-dropping new selection that is bright and colorful all season, positively electric in spring. Dense, semi-dwarf habit makes it an ideal selection for landscape or garden beds. Hardy in USDA Zones 5-8, height/width 2.5 feet.

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Bulbine frutescens
‘Avera Sunrise Yellow’
Bulbine frutescens ‘Avera Sunrise Orange’

Bulbine frutescens is a South African native succulent-leaved clumping plant with lovely spikes of flowers in spring and fall. Its leaves yield a jelly similar to Aloe Vera that soothes burns, various skin ailments and instantly moisturizes dry skin. Jelitto introduces the Bulbine frutescens Avera Sun-Series ‘Avera Sunrise Yellow’ and ‘Avera Sunset Orange’…two distinct color strains with triple size blooms (compared to the species) that are first year flowering from seed.

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Camellia sasanqua 
October Magic® Crimson n' Clover™ PPAF

An exceptional new addition to the more compact, more disease resistant, and more cold hardy October Magic® series, Crimson n’ Clover offers extended flowering of large, crimson-red flowers with a prominent cluster of yellow stamens from fall through winter. A strong, upright grower with red new growth, Crimson n’ Clover displays high resistance to common camellia pathogens such as root rot and dieback.

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Cercis canadensis Flame Thrower® 'NC2016-2' PPAF

This breakthrough tree is unlike anything on the market! It boasts beautiful, pink flowers that are followed by burgundy-red foliage that turns yellow and green. Color display is persistent throughout the season, sometimes showing four to five shades of color on a single branch. This ultra-unique variety is a standout in any landscape. Developed by the JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University.

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Clematis Sparky™ Blue

Another super-floriferous, easy-care clematis that growers can ship in bloom for spring sales! Unique flower forms, delicate foliage, and appealing cottage-garden blue color makes it simply irresistible. Plants should be grown with some support, but are easy to ship and sell in bloom. The primary bloom time mid-late spring, with reblooming throughout the summer. Hardy in USDA Zones 5-8, height 6-8 feet, width 2 feet.

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Clematis Sparky™ Pink

The Sparky series of clematis was selected from Dutch breeder Wim Snoeijer to give growers an option for producing earlier-blooming clematis that were easy to ship in bud and bloom for peak sales season. Sparky™ Pink clematis brings an appealing pink color the group, along with the same, vigorous, disease-resistant nature and delicately toothed foliage. Primary bloom time for these Atragene-type clematis is mid-late spring, with reblooming throughout the summer. USDA Zones 5-8, height 6-8 feet, width 2 feet.

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Clematis Sparky™ Purple

The Sparky series of clematis was selected with growers and gardeners in mind: irresistibly unique flowers that bloom in early spring for peak spring sales. Sparky Purple clematis is noted for its large, pinwheel-like flowers made up of narrow, reflect petals. It's no wonder this variety has made a splash in Europe under the name Octopus! The Sparky series is easy to grow in the nursery and the garden, with a long bloom time, delicate foliage, and vigorous, vining growth. USDA Zones 5-8, height 6-8 feet, width 2 feet.

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Gaillardia aristata ‘Fire Wheels’

‘Fire Wheels’ is a hardy, consistent, and easy to grow seed strain, producing flowers with cool tubular petals in gold, orange and red hues June through September. First year flowering from seed, 'Fire Wheels' grows similarly to 'Fanfare' (the vegetatively propagated form), size and height-wise. No patents or royalties apply.

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Gardenia hybrid Diamond Spire™ ‘Leefive’ PPAF

An unparalleled new introduction from the breeder of ScentAmazing Gardenia, Buddy Lee, Gardenia Diamond Spire is often described as a blooming Sky Pencil. With an extremely upright narrow habit, Diamond Spire grows to 3-4 feet tall and 2 feet wide and is perfect for small spaces and containers. Uniquely shaped oval, glossy green leaves are joined by single white fragrant flowers in late spring reblooming through summer.

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Heuchera Lucid Dreams™ 'Kaleidoscope' PPAF

A lucid dream is a dream where the dreamer is aware they are dreaming. Kaleidoscope will make you wonder with its intensely colored golden leaves blanketed in maroon veining. A stunning color combination that reminds you of a kaleidoscope as the leaves mature and settle into their unique color pattern.

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Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Adore Hibiscus ‘RutHib2’ PPTBS

Head Over Heels® Adore has huge color and huge flowers. Bright pink blooms combine perfectly with burgundy foliage for a visually pleasing contrast. Its tight, compact habit, heat tolerance and sun loving nature make it a winner in the garden. This variety’s flowers open slightly later than others in the series, extending the color into the fall season.

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Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Blush Hibiscus ‘RutHib1’ PPAF

Like other Hibiscus in this collection, Head Over Heels® Blush does not disappoint. Beautiful, blush pink blooms, burgundy foliage and a tight, compact habit will entice every gardener, every time. Its heat tolerance and sun loving nature give it added value. This variety’s large flowers make a large impact on both the customer and the landscape.

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Hibiscus moscheutos Head Over Heels® Passion Hibiscus ‘RutHib2’ PPAF

Head Over Heels® Passion is exploding in color and popularity. Bright pink blooms and burgundy foliage create an eye-catching display when planted in the garden or in a container. Its tight, compact habit, heat tolerance and sun loving nature are added benefits. This variety will delight all that encounter it at retail and in the landscape, making it a must-have offering.

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Hibiscus syriacus, Lady Bug® Althea/Rose-of-Sharon ‘Whit XXI’ PPAF

Lady Bug® is a sterile, semi-dwarf Rose of Sharon which grows in a dense broadly-upright form. It may reach 6 to 8 feet. Heavy-blooming show of long lasting 3 ½- 4 inch soft pink flowers with red splashes on the back. Flowers attractive day 1 and 2, then drop cleanly day 3. Foliage remains dark green. Hardy Zones 5-9. Bred Oklahoma Tough®.

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Ilex hybrid Golden Oakland™ ‘Magden' PP#30451

Distinctive oak-shaped leaves and golden variegated foliage set this versatile evergreen holly apart. Its dense upright shape requires little pruning and grows to 15-20 feet high x 12-15 feet wide.

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Lagerstroemia indica Double Dynamite® Crapemyrtle ‘Whit X’ PP#27085

Double Dynamite® is the latest Play It Again® series of sterile crapemyrtle, which reblooms, over and over, on the same panicle, with cherry red flowers uninterrupted for over 100 days in Oklahoma. From the home of original Dynamite®, Double Dynamite® has dramatic wine new growth that darkens with age, a branched growth habit, height of 8-10 feet, resistant to leaf spot and powdery mildew. Bred Oklahoma Tough®.

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Lagerstroemia indica Raunchy® Crapemyrtle, ‘Whit XI’ cultivar, PPAF

Raunchy® is a sterile crapemyrtle, and extremely unusual because it does not produce flowers. However, a network of modified panicles and sepals create "flower-like" structures, dark plum-color for 100 days or more. This slow grower may reach 6 feet with limited spread. New leaves are red-purple, changing to dark green and leathery. Bred Oklahoma Tough®, hardy Zones 6-10, and highly resistant to powdery mildew and Cercospora leaf spot. A must-see plant!

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Lagerstroemia indica Rhapsody in Pink® Crapemyrtle, 'Whit VIII' PP #16616

This cultivar is the first Play It Again® sterile crapemyrtle, featuring unique ability to rebloom, over and over, on the same panicle. Soft pink flower show begins two to three weeks earlier than other crapemyrtle and continues for over 100 days. New growth is purple, gradual transition to dark wine-green. Height 10-12 feet. Disease resistant. Bred Oklahoma Tough® by Dr. Carl Whitcomb. License required to propagate.

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Lamprocapnos (Dicentra) spectabilis 'Cupid' PPAF

‘Cupid’ is a newcomer that boasts a sweet, soft shade of pink with the classic heart shaped blooms of the original bleeding heart. The accent foliage is a lovely mint green. Cupid is wonderful to light up springtime borders and wooded gardens as it loves shade to /half shade. Bloom time April to June. Height to 29 inches. Bred in eastern Canada, so we know it is cold hardy! Zone 3-9. Available this year in Europe and North America.

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Leucothoe axillaris 'ReJoyce' PP#25246

New leaves emerge red, followed by white flowers on gently arching, dense branches. ReJoyce is a selection of the eastern coastal native that gets no leaf spot, and is hardy to cold Zone 6, thriving in woodland settings or with dappled sun. Fall foliage turns deep wine-red, persisting through winter.

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Penstemon strictus Blanca Peak™ Rocky Mountain Beardtongue

Blanca Peak™ provides a 3 to 4 week-long eye-catching display of white tubular flowers in late spring. Light green foliage forms a low growing evergreen mat of long, ½ inch wide leaves. Blanca Peak™ is long-lived and native to the higher elevations of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming and is an excellent perennial for Intermountain xeriscapes. It is easy to grow and not fussy about its soil, as long as it doesn't stay wet or get too much irrigation.

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Prunus sargentii Pink Myst™ Cherry ‘JFS KW21PX’

Bright pink flowers, darker in color than other Sargent Cherry blooms, smother the branches of this unique cultivar that is also narrower and more upright in form than is typical of the species. Upright oval in form, it matures to approximately 30 feet in height with a spread of 15 feet. Rich, dark green summer foliage turns to lovely shades of orange and red in autumn. Hardiness is USDA Zone 4.

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Rosa Pretty Polly® Lavender 'Zlepolthree’ PPAF

Pretty Polly® Lavender is a pastel lavender polyantha rose with very good disease resistance and excellent flowering from spring through fall. It maintains a highly pleasing, compact habit in the landscape, and its flowers are double. Its slightly sweet fragrance, beautiful color, and Zone 4 hardiness make it a one-of-a-kind variety.

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Rosa Pretty Polly® Pink ‘Zlepolone’ PPAF

Pretty Polly® Pink is a pink polyantha rose with very good disease resistance and excellent flowering from spring through fall. It maintains a pleasing, compact habit in the landscape, and its flowers are double. Its slightly sweet fragrance, beautiful color, and Zone 4 hardiness make it a must-have rose.

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Rosa Pretty Polly® White ‘Zlepoltwo’ PPAF

Pretty Polly® White is a white polyantha rose with very good disease resistance and excellent flowering from spring through fall. It maintains a pleasing, compact habit in the landscape. Its flowers are double, and the plant is nearly thornless. Its slightly sweet fragrance, fresh, white blooms, and Zone 4 hardiness make it a unique variety.

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Rosa White Veranda® 'Korfloci111’ PPAF

White Veranda® is a compact, bushy rose with pure white blooms. It thrives in both containers and in the garden. Fresh, clean flowers are easy to maintain and stand out in the landscape. They also work well as cut flowers. This is the latest rose addition to the Veranda® collection from Kordes®.

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Rudbeckia hirta SmileyZ® Series

This new series of rudbeckia fills a pot quickly and makes everyone smile. One rooted cutting will produce a pot full of blooms, ready for retail sales in 14 weeks. Planted deep to force branching, the plants won’t flop, and will flower for at least 8 weeks. #TakeHomeASmile

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Salvia microphylla x greggii Heatwave Breeze PP#29845

Salvia Heatwave Breeze produces mass displays of large fragrant flowers, violet-purple with slight pastel throat, accented on a dark calyx. The foliage is a lovely emerald green. Breeders Howard Bentley and Steve Eggelton of Australia purposely crossed S. microphylla forms with S. greggii varieties to develop a new range that excels in their dry, very hot climate. It also eliminates the variable range of habits and lack of garden hardiness associated with so many of the S. greggii forms in the market. The plants are very tight habit in appearance.

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Salvia microphylla x greggii Heatwave Brilliance PP#25606

Salvia Heatwave Brilliance produces mass displays of large cerise/magenta flowers, accented on a dark calyx. An aromatic evergreen compact shrub with emerald green foliage, Brilliance is easy to grow and has a long bloom period. Brilliance is one of eight gorgeous Heatwave Salvias colors! Like the others in the Heatwave Collection, it is very tolerant of dry hot conditions. The plants are very tight habit in appearance. Hardy in Zones 6-10.

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Sisyrinchium idahoense var. macounii ‘Moody Blues’

This vigorous seed strain of Idaho blue-eyed grass grows naturally in moist open meadows. Flowering May through July, the variety macounii is native to Washington State and British Columbia, and named for John Macoun, an Irish-born Canadian naturalist and explorer of the Canadian prairies. Grows best in full sun, in slightly acidic. Plants grow to about 4-5 inches tall and 6 inches wide and are a food source for multiple pollinators and beneficial insects.

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Syringa patula Violet Uprising™ ‘JN Upright Select’ PPAF

Violet Uprising’s branches are truly upright as a very young plant – think goalpost. Lightly fragrant clusters of violet-colored flowers form 12-inch panicles in early summer, measuring 6 inches across – also reaching upward. As the night frosts return, leaves develop a rich purple color. It is truly the perfect hedge plant.

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Ulmus americana Colonial Spirit® Elm ‘JFS-Prince II’

Dark green leaves that glow rich yellow in autumn brighten the arching limbs of this symmetrically vase shaped tree. Branch structure is strong and manageable in the nursery and the landscape, where it may grow to a height of 65 feet and spread of 50 feet as it matures to present a classic American Elm shape. Selected by the historic Princeton Nurseries of New Jersey, it has proven tolerant by surviving controlled testing. Hardiness is USDA Zone 4.

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Vaccinium ashei Blueberry Bless Your Heart™ PP#16266, Takes the Cake™ PP#18291 and For Heaven’s Sake™ PP#17300

These three new dwarf rabbiteye blueberry varieties were developed by University of Georgia plant breeding for heavy fruit set and fast ripening, paired with late blooming to avoid early frosts. Disease & pest resistant and heat tolerant, these tough varieties produce a mighty yield for the compact (4-5 feet) size of shrub.

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