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Jasione laevis

Jasione laevis

Scabiosa shaped blue flowers of the most exquisite blue, produced from midsummer until frost, ideal for larger rock gardens or borders.
$8.00

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Jasione orbicularis

Jasione orbicularis

Dwarf green cushions,solitary blue flowers. 5-10cm. Native to alpine meadows in Macedonia
$8.00

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Jeffersonia diphylla

Jeffersonia diphylla

A choice plant with l" wide pure white flowers, named for Thomas Jefferson Twinleaf is one of the finest native American plants and has a distinctive quality all its own, I wish the arabidopsis folks would double the petals which should make the flowers longer lasting. The only other species in the genus, Jeffersonia dubia, is found in Japan.
$12.00

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Jovibarba 'Bronze Age'

Jovibarba 'Bronze Age'

Looks like an oversize sempervivum, which is a wonderful thing. This one flushes bronze during cooler weather. Zone 5
$8.00

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Jovibarba heuffelii

Jovibarba heuffelii

A strange Hen and Chick, it multiplies, albeit rather slowly, by splitting the huge rosettes in half or spawning a new rosette within the existing one, refined symmetrical rosettes; blossoms are light yellow.____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Jovibarba heuffelii 'Gold Bug'

Jovibarba heuffelii 'Gold Bug'

Jovibarba are nice, like oversized sempervivums, and just as carefree and cute. This selection is supposed to be a greenish-gold, though to be honest the effect isn't particularly pronounced. A really GOLD jovibarba would be pretty awesome though... maybe worth growing out masses of seedlings for this and seeing what a little selection could do. Zone 5, 4
$8.00

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