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Liatris callolepsis

Liatris callolepsis

Like a dwarf spicata, callolepsis is probably the plant that Kobold was developed from, compact and showy it is a good garden plant.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Liatris pycnostachya

Liatris pycnostachya

Bright purple flowers in dense 4' spikes; thrives on dry soils, great cut flower, easy. This is different from the plant that is widespread in the trade under this name; I trust these to be the true species.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Liatris pycnostachya alba

Liatris pycnostachya alba

White form of the above.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Liatris spicata Kobold

Liatris spicata Kobold

Pinkish purple spikes open from the top down, extremely popular cut flowers, equally indispensable in the garden; this is the best dwarf cultivar.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Libertia procera

Libertia procera

Neat clumps of upright iris or grass like foliage, with spikes of utterly lovely pure, pure white flowers to three feet or so. Extremely beautiful. Wish it was a bit hardier. Zone 7
$8.00

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Ligularia japonica

Ligularia japonica

While most ligularia have big round leaves, this species (coming to us by way of the great plantsman Jim Waddick) has very cool highly cut leaves for a distinctly different, even fern-like texture. A big bold clump with spikes of yellow daisy flowers to 4 feet tall in the summer. Best in light shade with plenty of moisture. Hardy to zone 4.
$19.00

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Limonium dictiocladum

Limonium dictiocladum

A cute little plant forming a tight mound of spoon-shaped gray-green leaves only a coupe inches tall, that produces abundant sprays of frothy tiny, pale lavender flowers. Wonderful for the rock garden or a trough. Zone 5
$12.00

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Lindelofia longiflora

Lindelofia longiflora

Buy this and you have collected a quarter of the genus, longiflora is native to the Himalayas at altitudes up to 5000m which is getting up there, long tubed bright blue flowers in scorpioid cymes above 30-50cm high clumps of pubescent foliage, previously known as Lindelofia spectabilis it is indeed beautiful.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Liriope muscari 'Okina'

Liriope muscari 'Okina'

Frosted Monkey Grass, the broad leaves are more reminiscent of Ophiopogon and emerge pure white (vanilla frosting?) and develop green tips as they age flowers are typical purple spikes.____ZONE 6
$12.00

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Liriope muscari 'Pee Dee Ingot'

Liriope muscari 'Pee Dee Ingot'

Brilliantly gold leaved liriope, foliage is bright and contrasts beautifully with the purple flowers. I used to not like this yellow or chartreuse foliaged things, but I've done a 180 and now really adore them, especially in the shade. Speaking of shade, in too dark conditions this will green-out over the course of the summer, so more sun for more bright colors. Can burn, however, in full sun especially if it dries out, so light shade is the best. Zone 6
$12.00

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