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Baptisia australis v. minor Caspian Dwarf

Baptisia australis v. minor Caspian Dwarf

Baptisia is and essential but massive perennial, robust and east to grow, with lovely lupine-like spikes of blue flowers. This is a very nice dwarf form, only reach two feet tall or so, so prefect for the smaller garden where the massive clumps of a regular baptisia wouldn't fit. Zone 3-8
$12.00

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Bellamcanda chinensis

Bellamcanda chinensis

Blackberry Lily derives its name from the clusters of shiny black seeds exposed when seed capsules split open. This orange flowered irid featuresFan-shaped leaves will reach 2 to 3 feet. Blackberry Lilies are native to China and Japan.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Bellium minutum

Bellium minutum

A tiny white flowered daisy native to the Mediterranean regions, the form that we grow seems to be reliably perennial, and is small enough for a trough____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglut'

Bergenia cordifolia 'Winterglut'

A red flowered strain from Germany, we are very impressed with the clean nicely colored foliage of them. ____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Bergenia crassifolia

Bergenia crassifolia

Big, bold, round glossy leaves, and little spikes of white flowers in the spring, but the real reason to grow this is for the winter foliage, which flushes wonderful shades of red and purple. Absolutely essential once the hostas go dormant and shade gardens can be looking pretty darn sparse. As an added bonus, this thing goes about under the common name of “pig squeak” because if you rub the leaves against each other, they make a loud squeaking noise. Perfect for entertaining small children. And immature adults. Zone 4.
$12.00

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Bergenia purpurescens

Bergenia purpurescens

Glossy round leaves in a clump a foot or two tall and wide, with pinky-purple flowers in the spring. The best thing about this plant, however, is the way the foliage turns an intense beet purple-red in the fall and stays that way all winter. Very striking, especially paired with lighter foliage to set it off, like a silver leaf Cyclamen hederifolium. Prefers moist shade, but quite tolerant of a wide range of conditions. Zone 4.
$12.00

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Bergeranthus artus

Bergeranthus artus

Distinguished by the acutely carinate lower leaf surfaces and yellowish red flowers that open in the afternoon, it is great in mixed succulent troughs.
$8.00

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Bergeranthus jamesii

Bergeranthus jamesii

Crack filler for the Denver sidewalks, dense tufts of succulent narrow leaves and yellow mesemb flowers from spring until frost, hey if you have crack problems this may be just the thing (non-smokable, but highly ornamental, it doesn't encourage drive-bys).
$8.00

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Berkheya multijuga

Berkheya multijuga

A rosette of wonderful intricate spikey leaves sends up tall stems with large bright yellow daisy flowers in the summer
$12.00

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Beschorneria 'Ding Dong'

Beschorneria 'Ding Dong'

Plant Delights selection, (are ho ho's and Twinkies next) of false red Agave, seven foot phallic stalks open to multitudes of pendant red and green bell shaped flowers, it's hardy at Plant Delights, I'm guessing not so here.
$19.00

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