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Lobelia siphilitica 'Mitzi Del Bra'

Lobelia siphilitica 'Mitzi Del Bra'

(white) So, apparently the Lobelia 'Sparkle Divine' is named for a drag queen, so when we found this very nice pure white selection of Lobelia siphilitica, it only made sense to follow the pattern with another drag name, this one for a character from “Priscilla Queen of the Desert” It is a pretty darn good name, and a very nice little lobelia, which, like most lobelias, is happiest when grown on the wet side.
$12.00

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Lobelia siphilitica Blaue Auslese

Lobelia siphilitica Blaue Auslese

As a syphilis cure its bogus, nor are you likely to get a good buzz smoking it, but for months of unbeatable blue color this select form from Germany is unbeatable, it will self sow like crazy on a wet site and comes true from seed.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Lobelia speciosa 'Compliment Mix'

Lobelia speciosa 'Compliment Mix'

____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Lobelia speciosa 'Felicia Jollygoodfellow'

Lobelia speciosa 'Felicia Jollygoodfellow'

(White w/red throat) Another striking lobelia named for a drag queen, as all good lobelias ought to be. This one is our selection, a very striking standout from a mixed seedling batch. Large bright white flowers with a bright contrasting dark red throat, and a very vigorous, healthy grower as well. Keep on the wet side to keep it happy. Zone 4
$12.00

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Lobelia x gerardii 'vedariensis'

Lobelia x gerardii 'vedariensis'

A hybrid of L. cardinalis and L. siphilitica that comes with a big dose of hybrid vigor and easier to grow in normal garden conditions.This one reaches about three feet and has big, lush, dark purple flowers. Zone 5
$12.00

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Lotus corniculatus plenus

Lotus corniculatus plenus

As many of you probably know, Punnett likes pea flowers, if they happen to be yellow so much the better (we forgive him this minor character flaw, normally he has excellent taste in plants). This thing has double yellow pea flowers although it tends to be somewhat shy flowering. ____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Lychnis viscaria 'Splendens Fire'

Lychnis viscaria 'Splendens Fire'

The longish narrow leaves form a tidy little almost grass-like tuft at the base of the plant. Come summer, it throws up nearly leafless stems to a foot or so tall that are topped with great masses of intensely pink flowers. Can take partial shade and still flower well. Prefers good drainage.
$8.00

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Lychnis x haageana 'Lumina Dark Red'

Lychnis x haageana 'Lumina Dark Red'

Almost nothing can match this plant for the sheer intensity of the color of is large, orange-red flowers that is complemented nicely by its dark green foliage. About a foot or so tall, perfect for a well drained boarder or even a large rock garden.
$12.00

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Lycoris caldwellii

Lycoris caldwellii

I've always loved the common name of these, surprise lily. Sums up nicely the way the thick flowering stems pop up out of no where from the previously dormant plants in the late summer to explode in bloom before the leaves arrive. This one has pale yellow flowers that fade to cream and off white as they age. This species is a sterile triploid, and thought to be a natural hybrid. For full hardiness, plant early so they can get established before winter. Zone 5
$19.00

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Lycoris radiata v. pumila

Lycoris radiata v. pumila

Gorgeous extra hardy selection that Jim Waddick collected in China, incredible intense spidery red flowers produced in abundance in the late summer before the leaves emerge. Check out the Pacific Bulb Society website for some truly stunning images of literally millions of these forming solid sheets of red in a park in Japan. I want to recreate that now. Zone 5
$15.00

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