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Botanical Name Common Name Exposure Size  Bloom Time Flower Color Comment
Echeveria ‘Perle von Numberg’ Mexican Hen and Chicks Sun to Part Shade 8 to 10 in Summer Coral  TROPICAL - blue-purple rosettes with deep pink highlights,
Echeveria runyonii  ‘Topsy Turvy

Mexican Hen and Chicks Sun to Part Shade 3 in Summer Orange and yellow TROPICAL - a unique variety with blue-gray succulent leaves that curve upward towards the center of each rosette
Epimedium ‘Pink Champagne’ Barrenwort Part Shade to Shade 12 to 18 in Spring Pink leaves emerge orange splotched with dark red or purple.
Epimedium grandiflorum  Lilafee Lilac Fairy Barrenwort Part Shade to Shade 10 to 12 In. Spring Lavender leaves are tinged coppery red in cool weather - one of the larger flowering epimediums
Erodiium reichardii  ‘Charm’ Heron’s-bill Sun 2-3” x 6” Spring to Summer Pink flushed white Looks like a dollhouse-scaled Crane's-bill Geranium - Zone 7
Eryngium planum ‘Blue Hobbit’ Flat Sea Holly Sun 1 Ft. Summer to Fall Blue stunning blue globes on silver-blue stems ~ a compact, dwarf variety
Euphorbia amyg -daloides var robbiae
Robb's Leatherleaf Spurge
Full Sun to Full Shade 12 to 18 In. Summer Lime green leathery, dark green leaves 
Euphorbia polychroma Cushion Spurge Sun to Part Shade 2 Ft. Spring Yellow compact, domed clump ~ our best selling perennial! ~ looks great spring through fall

Updated  January, 2018

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