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Acorus americanus (Sweet Flag) (2 1/4" Plug)

Wavy blades of rippled foliage sway gracefully in the breeze. Particularly effective in mass. 2 1/4-inch plugs are perfect for in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Acorus calamus 'Variegatus' (Variegated Sweet Flag)

Vertically striped, green and white ribbon foliae resembles blades of iris. Color remains throughout the growing season.

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Acorus calamus 'Variegatus' (Variegated Sweet Flag) (2 1/4" plug)

Vertically striped, green and white ribbon foliae resembles blades of iris. Color remains throughout the growing season. 2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Acorus calamus (Sweet Flag)

Wavy blades of rippled foliage sway gracefully in the breeze. Particularly effective in mass.

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Acorus gramineus 'Oborozuki' (Dwarf Golden Sweet Flag)

Golden compact and particularly well suited to streams. Plants with good manners are always welcome additions. Semi-evergreen.

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Acorus gramineus 'Oborozuki' (Dwarf Golden Sweet Flag) (2 1/4" Plug)

Golden compact and particularly well suited to streams. Plants with good manners are always welcome additions. Semi-evergreen. 2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Acorus gramineus 'Oborozuki' (Dwarf Golden Sweet Flag) (4" Pot)

Golden compact and particularly well suited to streams. Plants with good manners are always welcome additions. Semi-evergreen.

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Acorus gramineus (Dwarf Variegated Sweet Flag)

Delicate green and white-stripe foliage. Forms dense clumps. Fragrant when broken; ideal for streams.

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Aponogeton distachyos (Water Hawthorne)

A waterlily's alter ego, awake during the winter months while the waterlily sleeps. Grows and blooms only when water temperatures are below 55 degrees. Seeds readily; not for earth-bottom ponds.

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Assorted Iris

No description available.

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Baumea rubiginosa (Variegated Striped Rush)

Rigid growth is gently striped in yellow. Collectively, the narrow swords combine to form a cylinder.

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Caltha palustris (Marsh Marigold)

Waxy and bright, they are the first to bloom in early spring. Sunny golden yellow flowers shine above mounds of round green foliage.

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Canna 'Australia' (Red-leaf canna)

Narrow wine-red foliage on sturdy stems support scarlet-red flowers.

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Canna 'Australia' (Red-leaf canna) (4" Pot)

Narrow wine-red foliage on sturdy stems support scarlet-red flowers.

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Canna 'Baby Girl Pink' (Dwarf pink canna)

Traditional Canna foliage in a compact dwarf form. Delicate girly-pink flowers.

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Canna 'Electric Lemonade' (Lemon canna)

Super lemon-yellow blossoms that stand well above the dusty green leaves.

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Canna 'Flirtini' (Hot-pink canna)

Shocking pink flowers are so bold they can be seen from a great distance. The leaves have a tinge of purple for extra drama.

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Canna 'Intrigue' (Intrigue Canna) (4" Pot)

Dusty foliage is the view when the sun is behind you. Turn the tables, and it is on fire!

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Canna 'Peach Delight'

No description available.

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Canna 'Pink Spritzer'

No description available.

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Carex 'Evercolor Everillo' (Golden Sedge)

No description available.

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Ceratophyllum demersum (Coontail/Hornwort)

The preferred submerged plant because it is a native species. It is also a rootless plant, which makes it easier to manage plant growth, and it consumes 100% of its nutrients from the water.

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Colocasia esculenta 'Black Magic' (Black Taro)

Matte-black leaves on purple-black stems are the perfect contrast to vertical companions.

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Colocasia esculenta 'Elena' (Elena Taro)

Bright chartreuse leaves on thick stems. Certain to brighten up a semi-shaded area.

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Colocasia esculenta 'Elena' (Elena Taro) (2 1/4" Plug)

Bright chartreuse leaves on thick stems. Certain to brighten up a semi-shaded area. 2 1/4″ plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Colocasia esculenta 'Mojito' (Mojito Taro)

Green leaves splattered with burgundy are an art project on every leaf. No two the same!

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Colocasia esculenta 'Tea Cup' (Tea Cup Taro)

An absolute favorite. Rather than stand perpendicular to the ground, the leaves cup upward, catching rainwater and tipping to pour during a storm.

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Cyperus alternifolius 'Gracilis' (Dwarf Umbrella Palm)

A naked umbrella stands on tall stems. The foliage has a finer texture than the standard umbrella palm.

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Cyperus alternifolius (Umbrella Palm)

This classic favorite is a powerful consumer of nutrients. It is especially well suited for ponds with excessive nutrients, and even better in moving water.

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Cyperus giganteus (Giant Papyrus)

Rigid, colossal stems support wispy brooms with delicate yellow, grass-like flowers. The ideal specimen.

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Cyperus percamentus (Compact Papyrus)

A compact version of Giant Papyrus that is better suited to the backyard pond. The practical size makes it great for ponds and containers.

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Dichromena colorata (Star Grass)

This classic favorite is a powerful consumer of nutrients. It is especially well suited for ponds with excessive nutrients, and even better in moving water.

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Egeria densa (Anacharis)

The most well known submerged aquatic plant. Accredited for improving water quality and clarity. (All plants, however, contribute to a healthier environment.)

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Eichhornia crassipes (Water Hyacinths) (Bare Root)

The most popular floating plant used primarily for plant filtration, shade and surface cover. Flowers only when stressed. The delicate lavender flowers display a yellow-eyed peacock's tail.

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Equisetum hyemale 'Robustum' (Giant Horsetail)

All the amazing Horsetail attributes, super-sized. An excellent specimen reaching 4 to 6 feet tall.

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Equisetum hyemale (Horsetail)

Much sought after for its unique evergreen foliage. It will form large colonies so requires boundaries. The bamboo-like foliage has a distinct cylindrical form.

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Equisetum scirpoides (Dwarf Scouring Rush)

Stiff stems in dense clumps are confined to the shallow shoreline. Nice accent plant. Excellent for streams.

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Equisetum scirpoides (Dwarf Scouring Rush) (2 1/4" Plug)

Stiff stems in dense clumps are confined to the shallow shoreline. Nice accent plant. Excellent for streams. 2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Hibiscus 'Fantasia' (Fantasia Hibiscus)

Crisp pink flowers on a compact plant. Self-branching for improved blooming.

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Hibiscus 'Fireball' (Fireball Hibiscus)

Bold red flowers sit against the background of maroon-green cut leaf foliage.

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Hydrocleys nymphoides (Water Poppy)

Exceptional ground cover in water 6 to 12 inches deep or as a substitute for waterlilies in small containers. Also happens to be a favorite food for turtles.

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Hygrophylla difformis (Water Wisteria)

Distinctly different foliage depending on whether it's grown below the waterline or above. Submerged leaves are cut leaf and delicate while emergent leaves are coarse and dense. Best submerged plant for koi keepers.

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Iris versicolor (Blue Flag Iris)

A staple Iris in the water garden that grows well in full sun or moderate shade. Always reliable and more mild-mannered and clump-habited than most Iris. Purple flowers adorn this American native.

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Juncus effusus 'Spiralis' (Corkscrew Rush)

Semi-evergreen hollow stems wind around like a corkscrew. Mounding habit.

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Lindernia grandiflora (Blue Moneywort)

A great plant for adding that hard-to-find blue color to your water garden. The small blue flowers beautifully dot low-lying green foliage. Works well in floating islands.

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Lobelia cardinalis (Cardinal Flower)

Cardinal red flowers on tall spikes open for weeks attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Best when naturalized in moist soil or tucked into streams.

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Lobelia fulgens 'Queen Victoria' (Queen Victoria)

Scarlet red flowers on dark burgundy foliage. Good clumping habit.

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Lobelia fulgens 'Queen Victoria' (Queen Victoria) (2 1/4" Plug)

Scarlet red flowers on dark burgundy foliage. Good clumping habit. 2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Lysimachia japonica var. minutissima (Dwarf Creeping Jenny)

Very low growing creeper that tolerates light foot traffic.

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Lysimachia nummularia 'Goldi' (Goldi Creeping Jenny)

A robust golden Creeping Jenny with strong blooming. Cascades over rocks and through streams.

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Lysimachia nummularia 'Goldi' (Goldi Creeping Jenny) (2 1/4" Plug)

A robust golden Creeping Jenny with strong blooming. Cascades over rocks and through streams. 2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Lysimachia nummularia (Creeping Jenny)

Creeping Jenny is a popular groundcover around ponds and water features.

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Menyanthes trifoliata (Bog Bean)

Buoyant stems reach out from the shoreline. A favorite for frogs who like to hide out among the leaves.

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Myosotis scirpioides (Water Forget-Me-Not)

A personal favorite of Kelly's for tucking into streams and waterfalls. The shallow roots trap sediments that are easily removed through pruning.

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Myosotis scirpioides (Water Forget-Me-Not) (2 1/4" Plug)

A favorite for tucking into streams and waterfalls. The shallow roots trap sediments that are easily removed through pruning. 2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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Myosotis scirpioides (Water Forget-Me-Not) (4" Pot)

A personal favorite of Kelly's for tucking into streams and waterfalls. The shallow roots trap sediments that are easily removed through pruning.

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Myriophyllum aquaticum (Parrot Feather)

Narrow stems give way to delicate feather-like leaves. Hence the name Parrot Feather. For lined ponds only; not for natural ponds.

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Myriophyllum aquaticum (Parrot Feather) (4" Pot)

Narrow stems give way to delicate feather-like leaves. Hence the name Parrot Feather. For lined ponds only; not for natural ponds.

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Myriophyllum spp. (Red Stemmed Parrot Feather)

A dwarf Parrot Feather with deep red stems. Fluffier and less sprawling. More compact growing habit. Not for natural water bodies.

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Nelumbo 'Alba Grandiflora'

Pristine single white flowers are lotus in the purest form. The petals dance in tall stems above the foliage.

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Nelumbo 'Green Maiden'

A single-flowering dwarf lotus with soft yellow blossoms touched delicately with pink. Blooms early and a lot.

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Nelumbo 'Maggie Belle Slocum'

Flared petals are washed in lavender pink color. A medium habit makes it a good choice for most size ponds. Single blooms.

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Nelumbo 'Mrs. Perry D. Slocum' (Mrs. PDS)

The most acclaimed American hybrid. She opens an intense pink, is pink and yellow the second day and finishes all yellow.

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Nelumbo 'Pekinensis Rubra'

Carmine-red single blooms on a large cultivar. Best suited t o a substantial container for best performance.

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Nelumbo 'Rosy Clouds'

Rosy as in red! Semi-dwarf, single flowering plant produces abundant blooms.

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Nelumbo 'Sunny Sky'

Soft red flowers on the first day, softening to pink detailed with red, then creamy with a hint of yellow in the center. An abundance of flowers are produced on this dwarf cultivar.

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Nelumbo nucifera (Hindu Lotus)

One of two species of lotus in the world. Native to Asia. Hindu lotus is bold with large pink single flowers.

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Nuphar Advena (Spatterdock)

Large leaves become a backdrop for 2-inch yellow blossoms.

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Nymphaea 'Albert Greenberg'

Bright green leaves are mottled with burgundy flecks. The perfect backdrop to apricot flowers. An outstanding bloomer.

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Nymphaea 'Albida'

Timeless beauty! Crisp and pure, white flowers are abundant. Especially beautiful in an earth-bottom pot.

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Nymphaea 'Attraction'

Classic “Monet's garden” appeal! Dark pink to light red petals are graced by white tips around the outside edge, rich green foliage for the background.

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Nymphaea 'Black Princess'

Magnificent goblet-shaped, deep red blooms that seem almost black.

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Nymphaea 'Burgundy Princess'

A great free-blooming lily with deep-red blossoms set against deep-green foliage.

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Nymphaea 'Charlie's Choice'

This small to medium red changeable produces flowers with colors ranging from white to rich pink and varying shades of bronze-red. A continual changing mosaic of colors.

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Nymphaea 'Clyde Ikins'

First to bloom nearly every year! Clyde Ikins is a power house for flower production. The flowers are a subtle blend of yellow and soft pink.

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Nymphaea 'Colorado'

More pink than yellow, she is a dazzler, blooming consistently from early spring through summer. One of Kelly’s all-time favorites!

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Nymphaea 'Cynthia Ann'

Apricot-colored blossoms on a compact plant. Ideally suited to small ponds and containers.

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Nymphaea 'Denver'

An extremely heavy bloomer with lots of off-white petals.

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Nymphaea 'Emily Grant Hutchings'

Dark pink flowers on this night bloomer are still bright enough to glow in the moonlight.

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Nymphaea 'Foxfire'

Magnificent flowers sit above amazing gradient foliage that displays lavender, mauve and greens. A stunning show stopper!

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Nymphaea 'Helvola'

Precious and wonderful, this little star is suitable for the smallest ponds or large window boxes. An outstanding bloomer whose unopened buds dance just above the water’s surface.

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Nymphaea 'James Brydon'

Cup-shaped rosey flowers look great against lush green foliage.

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Nymphaea 'Joey Tomocik'

A perennial favorite with lemon yellow flowers that stand proudly above the foliage.

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Nymphaea 'King of Siam'

A dark double purple loaded with petals contrasts with more traditional flowering lilies in the pond.

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Nymphaea 'Lindsey Woods'

The spectacular black buds are as remarkable as the purple blossoms when open.

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Nymphaea 'Mangkala Ubol'

Soft peach blossoms are a delicate blend of pink and yellow. An outstanding bloomer. A runner up in performance alongside Clyde.

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Nymphaea 'Moon Dance'

Not quite white and not quite cream, her abundant flowers rise above the water with purpose. Gently speckled foliage is less common among white flowering hardy waterlilies.

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Nymphaea 'Panama Pacific'

Purple reliability! A proven performer that always holds its own.

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Nymphaea 'Pink Beauty'

Pretty in pink with bright yellow centers. A medium-sized plant suited to any size pot.

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Nymphaea 'Pink Grapefruit'

A medium-sized plant with sizable pink flowers that include yellow. Ideally suited to any size pond. Excellent performer.

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Nymphaea 'Pink Sensation'

An all-time favorite, clear pink with silver tips. The rich foliage color is the perfect complement to this “stay-open-late” variety. Well suited to earth-bottom pots.

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Nymphaea 'Pink Sparkle'

A small pink lily with abundant blooms. The narrow petals form star-shaped flowers with a color range from deep pink to white.

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Nymphaea 'Plum Crazy'

Jewel-tone purple flowers have a handsome size and make a statement. Excellent bloomer.

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Nymphaea 'Queen of Siam'

Vibrant pink flowers are striking from a distance. The heavily mottled foliage makes a perfect combination.

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Nymphaea 'Red Flare'

A dark red flowering night bloomer. Opening in the afternoon and closing the following morning. Sure to please.

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Nymphaea 'Red Spider'

A powerful summer bloomer. The narrow petals are crinkled for a unique presence in the garden pond.

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Nymphaea 'Rhonda Kay'

Extraordinary heights! Lavender purple flowers stand 12-20″ above the water. Fragrant too!

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Nymphaea 'Steven Strawn'

A stellar red hardy waterlily that really rocks the color! A bit slow to get established but worth the wait.

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Nymphaea 'Texas Dawn'

Like the soft yellow of the Texas morning sun, these blossoms rise well above the water! A consistently outstanding performer.

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Nymphaea 'Tropic Punch'

International Waterlily and Water Gardening Society best new waterliliy of 2012, and deservingly so. Red flowers sit atop striking striped pads.

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Nymphaea 'Trudy Slocum'

White night bloomers are magnificent in the dark reflecting the light of the moon. A free bloomer with deep green leaves.

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Nymphaea 'Virginalis'

Clean white flowers stand above the surface. A consistent performer, and versatile to boot!

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Nymphaea 'Virginia'

Clean white flowers stand above the surface. A consistent performer and versatile to boot!

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Nymphaea 'Wanvisa'

This striking beauty is widely recognized for the variations in flower color. Fiery pink petals are speckled with yellow as the norm. Occasionally the reward is a unique and random combination of the colors. Set ablaze above chocolate mottled foliage.

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Orontium aquaticum (Golden Club)

Slow to get started but worth the reward. Virtually maintenance-free plant. Eloquent flowering after a few years of getting established.

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Peltandra virginica (Arrow Arum)

Elegant by design. What Arrow Arum lacks in flowers it provides in stature. Effective alone or in mass.

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Pontederia cordata (Pickerel Rush)

Simply suitable for nearly every pond. This American native blooms throughout the summer.

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Pontederia dilatata (Royal Pickerel)

A striking specimen with a perfectly upright habit. Royal Pickerel has dense, tall lavender flowers all summer long.

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Ranunculus flammula (Miniature Spearwort)

Sunny yellow flowers are abundant throughout the cool spring season. A brief rest in the summer and they are back at it again in the fall. Perfect for streams.

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Sagittaria lancifolia (Lance Leaf Arrowhead)

Sturdy lance-shaped spears have tiers of delicate white flowers with sunny-yellow centers for extended periods. Tolerates brackish water.

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Thalia dealbata (Hardy Water Canna)

Often called Hardy Water Canna, Thalia has a tropical appeal for those seeking a particular specimen. The perfect eye-catcher for large natural waterbodies because of its size.

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Thalia geniculata ruminoides (Red Stemmed Thalia)

Leaves so large they resemble flags dancing in the breeze with a powerful presence. The delicate lavender flowers float like butterflies well above the foliage.

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Typha latifilia 'Variegata' (Variegated Cattail)

Bright white vertical stripes run up the leaves, softening to cream as the season progresses. Stunning specimen.

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Typha laxmannii (Graceful Cattail)

Cattails with a mild manner. The narrow stems grow so close together that they are more suitable to backyard ponds. Narrow cattail flowers are common.

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Typha minima (Micro Cattail)

Pudgy little catkins are abundant when the plants are pot-bound or crowded. When absent, the blue-gray foliage sways nicely in the breeze.

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Zephyranthes candida (Rain Lily)

A happy little presence in the late-summer pond. Rain Lily blooms its heart out when everyone else is tired.

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Zephyranthes candida (Rain Lily) (2 1/4" Plug)

2 1/4-inch plugs are great for planting in between rocks. Minimum order quantity of six.

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