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SUMMER DORMANT PLANTS Many plants go summer dormant, Cyclamen, Arums, Ranunculus, Trilliums and many of the other woodland plants, the list is rather extensive. You would be amazed at how many people think their plants have died when they only went dormant. We have had Garden Centers that should have known better; throw out flats of Cyclamen erroneously thinking they were dead. Just because the leaves turned yellow and the foliage disappeared does not necessarily mean the plant has died. Before you call and complain that something has died, please check and see if it is something that goes dormant or breaks growth at odd times, like___ Ranunculus ficaria



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Rodgersia aesculifolia

Rodgersia aesculifolia

After growing Rodgersias for a number of years, I've come to the conclusion that none of the pure species exist in cultivation. Even if the plants look right like these, with Horse Chestnut foliage and so forth they are probably hybrids, which is actually good from a garden standpoint, being more amenable to cultivation with a bit of hybrid vigor and all.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Rodgersia sambucifolia

Rodgersia sambucifolia

Elder like leaves and white flowers in plumes like a large Astilbe, this is a seldom seen species it looks great with other vigorous shade lovers.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Rosmarinus officianalis 'Irene'

Rosmarinus officianalis 'Irene'

A trailing cascading variety, a trifle over hyped but overall an outstanding variety. Prostrate, low to the ground habit which will spread to about 6 feet wide and 2 or 3 feet tall. Give it full sun and it will grow into its location beautifully. Similar to other Rosemarys, its pretty deer and other pest resistant too. Hardy to zone 6, at least.
$24.00

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Rosmarinus officinalis 'Silver Spire'

Rosmarinus officinalis 'Silver Spire'

An outstanding, stiffly upright and wonderfully fragrant rosemary. Looks beautiful and will reach a height of about two feet, with silvery grey foliage and deep violet blooms. Not only is it great in the garden, but it's great in your kitchen too. Like most rosemary's, give it full sun for it to thrive. Hardiness is likely to be shaky here although I have not tried it outside, but should be up to zone 7.
$24.00

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Rosularia aizoon

Rosularia aizoon

Similar to chrysantha but with smaller rosettes and deeper yellow flowers Jurasek collected this seldom offered Turkish species so it should be right, usually plants offered under this name turn out to be misidentified.
$8.00

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Rosularia libonotica (pesttalozzae v. glaberrimus)

Rosularia libonotica (pesttalozzae v. glaberrimus)

Holubec's 1997 collections from the limestones of Ala Dag at 1800m A variable species the form we grow has mid sized glaucous gray rosettes, quite distinctive; I consider it the best of the bunch.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Rosularia sempervivum

Rosularia sempervivum

Rosette forming plant a bit reminiscent of a hen and chick, with bright pink flowers in early summer; for those with better taste.____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Rudbeckia grandiflora 'Sundance'

Rudbeckia grandiflora 'Sundance'

One of the more beautiful rudbeckias, a large plant to 4 feet or so.Flowers arrive in last summer/early autumn, and are large with very long ray petals that hang down from the smallish, round cone. The whole effect is extremely graceful and elegant and is marvelous with ornamental grasses. Zone 4 – Joseph
$12.00

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Rudbeckia maxima

Rudbeckia maxima

Huge rounded glaucous blue leaves are very un-Rudbeckia-like, reaching 6'; flowers have tall central cone and are of course yellow. A stunning landscape plant if used properly.____ZONE 4
$15.00

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Ruellia humilis

Ruellia humilis

Acanthacaea, 2" violet blue Petunia like flowers in the upper leaf axils native to the Eastern States but far to seldom seen in gardens.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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