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Prunella laciniata

Prunella laciniata

As the name implies, long, narrow, lanceolate foliage that I think looks rather nice. Flowers are typical for the genus, arranged in a short head of bracts that looks vaguely pine-cone like, with big, showy, hooded white or pink blooms emerging from between the bracts. Blooms very heavily and is quite showy. Inclined to be somewhat shortlived and may act as a biennial in some climates. Zone 5
$12.00

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Pterocephalus hookeri

Pterocephalus hookeri

An unusual little plant, in bloom you would be forgiven for mistaking it for primula denticulata, as it has a low rosette of leaves, topped by a little sphere of white to pale blue flowers on a stem. 10-25 cm (4-10 inches) tall.
$12.00

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Ptilotrichum spinosum roseum

Ptilotrichum spinosum roseum

A contorted dwarf shrublet, pink flowered, and despite their relative ease of culture, they are first-rate alpines that belong in every collection.____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Pulmonaria rubra 'Raspberry Ice'

Pulmonaria rubra 'Raspberry Ice'

Long frosted mint leaves edged with white, it is one of the best variegated Pulmonarias, with raspberry pink flowers topping it off. It seems to be a better grower than David Ward.____ZONE 4
$12.00

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Pulsatilla vulgaris

Pulsatilla vulgaris

A mix of vulgaris from types we have collected over the years; easy, some even re-bloom later in the season, these are from Ender's seed collections and sowing and he expects some sort of profit sharing. ____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Hieler Hyb'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Hieler Hyb'

From dark read to cream and white. a magnificent color range ____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Putoria calabrica

Putoria calabrica

Mat forming evergreen in general suggesting Daphne cneorum, with long-tubed Asperula-like pink flowers, followed by red or black glossy berries. A very decorative but curiously neglected species from the Mediterranean region.____ZONE 6
$19.00

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