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Antennaria doica rubra

Antennaria doica rubra

Pink pussy toes! How terribly adorable. A low creeper for hot, dry locations topped with clusters of tiny spherical rosy pink flowers in late spring. Hardy to zone 1 by some accounts. In other words, cold won't kill it, provided it has good drainage and doesn't rot.______Zone 1
$8.00

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Antennaria neglecta gaspensis

Antennaria neglecta gaspensis

The real thing from the Gaspé Peninsula, its a prostrate dwarf - I'll leave the rest to your imagination..____ZONE 4
$8.00

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Anthemis montana

Anthemis montana

A cute little daisy with yellow discs surrounded with creamy light yellow ray flowers, it is a long blooming perennial sometimes grown for its essential oils but strangely rather uncommon in gardens..____ZONE 5
$8.00

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Anthericum liliago

Anthericum liliago

St. Bernard's Lily, (not really a dog), grassy leaves, many 2" starry white flowers on 18" stems, very attractive when used in mass plantings..____ZONE 6
$12.00

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Anthericum ramosum

Anthericum ramosum

Tufts of grassy leaves festooned with branching stems of starry white flowers.___ZONE 6
$12.00

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Anthericum undulatum

Anthericum undulatum

Rosettes of long undulate margined leaves and starry white flowers held well above the foliage..____ZONE 5
$12.00

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Antirrhinum sempervirens

Antirrhinum sempervirens

Another one of those fuzzy gray leaved, low growing, perennial snapdragons for the rock garden. A bit smaller and more compact than A. molle, but otherwise virtually identical. Hardy for us so far, but yet to experience a real cold winter. Zone 6, at least
$8.00

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