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Hibiscus syriacus 'Blue Satin' - Rose of Sharon Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Hibiscus syriacus 'Blue Satin' - Rose of Sharon

Family: Malvaceae (Hibis-cus: ancient Greek and Latin name, syri-acus: Syrian) Absolutely the best blue! Its large, singel, rich royal blue flowers are certain to draw attention. Blue Satin is a strong growing, uniform plant with rich color. Hybridized by Rien Verweij of the Netherlands. AWARDS: Award …

Picea pungens - Colorado Blue Spruce Plants / Conifers

Colorado Blue Spruce

One of the advantages of the Colorado Blue Spruce is its large hardiness area. This coniferous tree, which is characterized by its gray-blue needle-like leaves, will thrive in every part of the contiguous United States. And it makes an excellent landscape accent, as it is a very full tree and can block …

Petunia - 'Merlin Blue Morn' - Petunia Plants / Annuals

Petunia - 'Merlin Blue Morn' - Petunia

Petunia Merlin Blue Morn - A distinctly different blue and white petunia, the 2½-inch blooms are pure white in the center with a soft transition to velvety blue on the petal edge. The bicolor pattern is highly visible from a distance. Best garden performance will occur in full sun. The branching plants …

Festuca glauca - Blue Fescue Grass Plants / Grass, Grasses

Festuca flauca - Blue Fescue Grass

Fescue develops deeper foliage color when grown in full sun, but it can tolerate partial shade, and should be grown in part shade in areas with hot summers It is drought tolerant, and grows best in poor, sandy, well drained soils. It cannot tolerate heavy, wet soils or constant high humidity. Blue fescue …

Brahea armata - Hesper Palm Plants / Tropical and Subtropical Plants

Brahea armata - Hesper Palm

Distinctive, unique and attractive, the blue Mexican or Hesper palm has a crown of rigid leaves which radiate from the trunk top. Blue palms are considered by many to have the bluest leaves of any palm in the world. Blue palm may grow 50 tall and 16 in width. The blue palm trunk is slightly swollen at …

Muscari comosum - Grape Hyacinths Plants / Bulbs

Muscari comosum - Grape Hyacinths

Clusters of chubby little deep cobalt blue bells grow on sturdy stems. Hardy and carefree, these fragrant charmers easily spread into thick masses. Plant them anywhere--in sun or shade--for a striking effect reminiscent of Holland s best growing fields. Blooms: Mid Spring Ideal for borders, rock gardens, …

Hepatica transsilvanica 'Blue Jewel' - Blue Jewel Hepatica Plants / Perennials

Hepatica transsilvanica 'Blue Jewel'

Hepatica transsilvanica Blue Jewel Origin: The species is native to Romania. Masses of starry deep-blue flowers provide rich decoration in early spring over evergreen, mats of leathery, deep-green, tri-lobed foliage. This selection has larger flowers than the species and a very good color. Can be grown …

Helleborus orientalis 'Blue Lady' - Blue Lady Lenten Rose Plants / Perennials

Helleborus orientalis 'Blue Lady'

Stories about Lenten Roses are countless. In medieval times, it was considered a weapon against witches, madness and evil spirits. Lenten Roses deserve a place in every garden, not only because of their supposed power, but because they bloom for a long time, early in winter, when the weather is cool …

Viburnum dentatum 'Blue Muffin' - Arrowwood Viburnum Plants / Deciduous Shrubs

Blueberry Muffin Arrowwood Viburnum Shrub

Blue Muffin® (V. dentatum. Christom ) An exciting new compact selection of Arrowwood Viburnum! The perfect for residential landscapes. This compact beauty has loads of white spring flowers, and an impressive display of rich blue berries. Makes a great low hedge or foundation plant. Good container growing …

A Book of Blue Flowers Other / Books

A Book of Blue Flowers

Perhaps the most uncommon color among plants, blue echoes the sky and adds a welcome accent to any garden. Greatly sought after by plant breeders, blues from pale lavender to powder blue add depth and tranquility to the gardener s palette. Noting that blue flowers are more common in high-altitude meadows …

Ipomoea purpurea 'Light Blue Star' - Morning Glory Plants / Annuals

Ipomoea purpurea 'Light Blue Star' - Morning Glory

A spectacular Morning Glory. Each light blue bloom is enhanced bay an exquisite, deep violet, five pointed star shooting out from its central, white throat. Flowers all summer. Beautiful climber, ideal for climbing up trellis and fences or obelisks in container. …

Festuca cinerea - Blue Fescue Plants / Grass, Grasses

Festuca cinerea - Blue Fescue

Striking ornamental forms grassy, tuft-like clumps 8 across, 8-12 high. Powder Blue Festuca s foliage accents paths, rock gardens, beds and needs watering only during drought. Attractive white plumes appear in midsummer. Hardy plants multiply rapidly. Plant 8 apart. Shipped in 3 pot. Deer tend to avoid. …

Eragrostis elliottii - Elliott's Love Grass, Blue Eros Plants / Grass, Grasses

Eragrostis elliottii - Elliott's Love Grass, Blue Eros

Blue Eragrostis (Love Grass)Graceful, Native Grass Maintains Its Flowing Beauty Until Winter! This Native American grass is graceful in form with narrow, blue foliage. The airy flower plumes begin appearing in July, maturing to a tan color in August and gradually to a lighter straw color in the fall. …