|'All Green' Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia x readei (leuco x rubra jonsii)
Unique chartreuse pitchers lure insects into these pretty carnivorous pitcher plants. Flowers are also completely green.
|'Jeri' Purple Iris|
Iris louisiana ‘Jeri’
Velvety purple flowers make stunning springtime display.
|African Sunset Canna|
Canna ‘African Sunset’
Burning bright orange flowers almost glow against dark red variegated leaves.
|Afterglow Tropical Waterlily|
|Alba Grandiflora Lotus|
Nelumbo ‘Alba Grandiflora’
Pristine single white flowers are lotus in the purest form. The petals dance in tall stems above the foliage.
|Albert Greenberg Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Albert Greenberg’
|Albida Hardy Waterlily|
Timeless beauty! Crisp and pure white flowers are abundant.
|American Water Plantain|
|Antares Tropical Waterlily|
|Arc-En-Ciel Hardy Waterlily|
Long, thin petals start life a pretty soft pink before fading to white. Unusual multi-colored foliage.
Elegant by design. What Arrow Arum lacks in flowers it provides in stature. Effective alone or in mass.
Named for the shape of its leaves, this marginal has small white flowers with pretty yellow centers.
|Attraction Hardy Waterlily|
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.
Starts small but can mature into a giant of more than 100 feet tall. This slow grower enjoys the shallow water of a pond.
|Bengal Tiger Canna|
Canna ‘Bengal Tiger’
Exotic-looking as its namesake, this tropical crowd-pleaser has bright orange flowers and striking variegated leaves.
|Black Flowering Sedge|
Blue-green to blue-gray foliage is topped by unique dark brown seed heads.
|Black Gamecock Iris|
Iris louisiana ‘Black Gamecock’
Regal dark purple flowers set this Iris apart from the rest. Black Gamecock Iris’s velvety petals look almost black and are accented by a slight orange stripe.
|Black Knight Canna|
Canna ‘Black Knight’
Red flowers stand tall atop dark foliage.
|Black Leaf Canna|
Narrow wine-red foliage on sturdy stems support scarlet-red flowers.
|Black Marble Taro|
Colocasia multiflora ‘Black Marble’
Matte-black leaves on purple-black stems are the perfect contrast to vertical companions.
|Black Princess Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Black Princess’
Magnificent goblet-shaped, deep red blooms that seem almost black.
Colocasia esculenta ‘Black Magic’
Matte-black leaves on purple-black stems are the perfect contrast to vertical companions.
Thin, dark green foliage makes a beautiful back drop for blue, petunia-like flowers.
|Blue Cardinal Flower|
Blue, tube-shaped flowers peek out from green foliage.
|Blue Creeping Mazus|
Tiny but abundant blue flowers provide perfect groundcover along moist soil or tucked between rocks.
|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. Purplish blue flowers adorn this American native.
|Blue Medusa Corkscrew Rush|
Juncus inflexus ‘Afro’
Semi-evergreen hollow stems wind around like a corkscrew. Mounding habit. Very similar to standard Corkscrew Rush but in a lighter, bluish color.
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.
This distinctly blue rush adds a pop of unusual color around the pond edge. Semi-evergreen.
|Blue Spider Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Blue Spider’
This iris relative has pretty blue flowers atop grassy stems.
Buoyant stems reach out from the shoreline. A favorite for frogs, who like to hide among the leaves.
|Bug Bat Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia ‘Bug Bat’
Bug Bat forms tight clumps of pitchers that start as green at their bases and darken to burgundy at the tips. Like other pitcher plants, Bug Bat produces a sweet-smelling nectar that attracts insects. The insects then fall into the pitchers, where the plant can digest them.
|Bull's Eye Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Bull’s Eye’
One of the reddest waterlily on the market, this show-stopper has up to 50 ruffly violet-red petals offset by a yellow bull’s-eye center. These blooms look lovely against the plant’s solid green foliage. Day-bloomer.
|Burgundy Princess Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Burgundy Princess’
A great free-blooming lily with deep-red blossoms set against deep-green foliage. Flowers start dark and fade to reddish pink.
This moisture-loving bush has pretty green leaves set against red-tinged stems. The “buttons” on buttonbush emerge in summer, when the plant shows off its unusual spherical flowers that look like little white pin cushions. Buttonbush is deciduous, meaning it loses its leaves in the winter and regains them in the spring.
Need a plant for the shady margins of the pond? Cardamom is a great choice. This tropical plant has unusual white flowers with purplish veins and seeds that can be ground up for use in spicy recipes.
Cardinal red flowers on tall spikes open for weeks, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Best when naturalized in moist soil or tucked into streams.
|Carolina Yellow Jacket Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia x Carolina Yellow Jacket
Chartreuse pitchers have unique pointed hoods. A prolific grower and a great choice for water gardeners who have little experience with carnivorous plants.
Like other Pitcher Plants, carnivorous Yellow Jacket traps bugs in its pitchers, where it slowly digests them. This cultivar traces its roots to S. purpurea, flava and rosea.
Houttuynia cordata ‘Variegata’
Chameleon Plant does anything but blend in!
This eye-catching marginal has leaves mottled with green, yellow and red. Chameleon Plant also has small, white flowers, but they’re nowhere near as impressive as the unusual foliage.
|Charlene Strawn Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Charlene Strawn’
Pretty white flowers bloom beautifully against green lilypads.
|Charlie's Choice Hardy Waterlily|
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.
Ruellia brittoniana ‘Chi Chi’
Thin, dark green foliage makes a beautiful back drop for pink, petunia-like flowers.
|Chrysantha Dwarf Hardy Waterlily|
Petite changeable peach flowers dot this adorable dwarf waterlily.
|Chubby Hardy Waterlily|
Cup-shaped, pinkish-cream flowers bloom in abundance.
|Clyde Ikins Hardy Waterlily|
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.
|Colorado Hardy Waterlily|
More pink than yellow, she is a dazzler, blooming consistently from early spring through summer.
|Comanche Hardy Waterlily|
Comanche is an excellent changeable waterlily with apricot-colored flowers that mature to an almost bronze.
A nice vertical plant for adding greenery to the edge of a pond.
|Common White Calla Lily|
Calla lilies have elegant funnel-shaped white flowers atop 2- to 4-foot-tall stems. They are poisonous to cats and dogs if ingested and should not be planted anywhere household pets could reach them.
|Compact Blue Bell|
Ruellia brittoniana ‘Katie’
A compact version of Blue Bells, with pretty petunia-shapedblue flowers.
A compact version of Giant Papyrus that is better suited to the backyard pond. The practical size makes it great for ponds and containers.
|Compact Pink Blue Bell|
Ruellia brittoniana ‘Pink Katie’
A compact version of Blue Bells/Chi-Chi, with pretty petunia-shaped pink flowers.
|Compact White Blue Bell|
Ruellia brittoniana ‘White’
A compact version of Blue Bells, with pretty petunia-shaped white flowers.
An unusual copper-colored flower looks beautiful on this iris.
|Coral Sky Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Coral Sky’
Juncus effusus ‘Spiralis’
Semi-evergreen hollow stems wind around like a corkscrew. Mounding habit.
|Corkscrew Rush 'Big Twister'|
Juncus effusus spiralis ‘Big Twister’
This giant corkscrew rush has fun, hollow foliage that grows in mounded curls.
Cotton Grass has thin grasslike stems topped with fluffy white tufts.
Creeping Jenny is a popular groundcover around ponds and water features.
|Crystal Tropical Waterlily|
This white day-bloomer stays open late in the day and late into the blooming season. The pure white petals form a starburst around a bright yellow center. Leaves are a mottled green and brown.
|Cynthia Ann Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Cynthia Ann’
Apricot-colored blossoms on a compact plant. Ideally suited to small ponds and containers.
|Dallas Hardy Waterlily|
Star-shaped pink flowers complemented by lightly mottled leaves. Very fragrant!
|Dana's Delight Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia ‘Dana’s Delight’
This tall, showy pitcher plant has bright pink hoods when grown in full sun. Like other pitcher plants, Dana’s Delight produces a sweet-smelling nectar to attract insects. These bugs become trapped in the pitchers, where the plant can digest them.
|Darwin Hardy Waterlily|
Pretty pinkish red flowers bloom beautifully against green lilypads.
|Dauben Tropical Waterlily|
|Denver Hardy Waterlily|
An extremely heavy bloomer with lots of off-white petals.
|Director George T. Moore Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Director George T. Moore’
|Double Flowering Arrowhead|
White, carnation-like flowers and green, arrowhead-shaped leaves.
|Dwarf Golden Sweet Flag|
Acorus gramineus ‘Oborozuki’
Golden, compact and particularly well suited to streams. Plants with good manners are always welcome additions. Semi-evergreen.
This delicate alternative to other papyrus varieties has the signature green papyrus tufts but presented in a smaller package.
|Dwarf Pink Canna|
Canna ‘Baby Girl Pink’
Traditional canna foliage in a compact dwarf form. Delicate girly-pink flowers.
|Dwarf Umbrella Palm|
Cyperus alternifolius ‘Gracilis’
A naked umbrella stands on tall stems. The foliage has a finer texture than the standard umbrella palm.
|Dwarf Variegated Sweet Flag|
Acorus gramineus ‘Variegatus’
Delicate green and white-stripe foliage. Forms dense clumps. Fragrant when broken; ideal for streams.
Colocasia esculenta ‘Elena’
Bright chartreuse leaves on thick stems. Certain to brighten up a semi-shaded area.
Large green leaves mottled with white add a tropical touch to pond margins.
|Escarboucle Hardy Waterlily|
Pretty purple-red flowers that stay open later in the afternoon than most waterlilies. Great for medium and large ponds.
|Fiber Optic Rush|
This grassy plant grows in rounded clumps. Thin green stems are topped with tiny dark brown flowers in summer.
|Four Leaf Water Clover|
These floating four-leaf clovers look pretty with 1-3″ green leaves.
Arching, shiny green foliage grows in soft, dense clumps. Insignificant green flowers transform into brown seed clusters that look like fox tails.
|Freckle Face Canna|
Canna ‘Freckle Face’
Green foliage with cream and pink speckled flowers.
|Friend Red Lotus|
Nelumbo ‘Friend Red’
Pinkish-red flowers with yellow centers. Prolific bloomer!
Equisetum hyemale ‘Robustum’
All the amazing horsetail attributes, super-sized. An excellent specimen, reaching 4 to 6 feet tall.
Rigid, colossal stems support wispy brooms with delicate yellow, grass-like flowers. The ideal specimen.
This giant version of pennywort grows a little taller and has much wider leaves – sometimes as big as 3 inches across. The pretty green leaves are happy to creep across moist soil or float out over the water’s surface.
|Giant Threadleaf Sundew|
Drosera filiformis var. ‘Tracyi’
Slow to get started but worth the reward. Virtually maintenance-free plant. Eloquent flowering after a few years of getting established.
|Golden Monkey Flower|
This hardy marginal has snapdragon-like yellow flowers sometimes splotched with red.
Carex elata ‘Bowles Golden’
This grass-like marginal is perfect for softening pond edges. Its vibrant golden color creates an interesting contrast against other plants.
|Golden Sweet Flag|
Acorus gramineus ogon
This grass-like plant has tufts of golden yellow leaves that stand out beautifully against a dark pond.
|Goldi Creeping Jenny|
Lysimachia nummularia ‘Goldi’
A robust golden Creeping Jenny with strong blooming. Cascades over rocks and through streams.
|Gonnere Hardy Waterlily|
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.
|Green Maiden Lotus|
Nelumbo ‘Green Maiden’
A single-flowering dwarf lotus with soft yellow blossoms touched delicately with pink. Blooms early and a lot.
|Green Smoke Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Green Smoke’
One of our favorite tropical waterlilies! This day-bloomer has unusual yellowish-green petals that darken to blue around the edges.
|Grower's Choice Canna|
These tropical showstoppers have a variety of vibrant colors.
|Grower's Choice Hardy Waterlilies|
We’ll pick out a variety of our very best hardy waterlilies. Please call or add a note during checkout for questions or specific requests.
|Grower's Choice Iris|
Iris are a great spring-bloomer for adding color around the pond.
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A mix of hardy lotus.
|Grower's Choice Taro|
Taro have gorgeous elephant ear-like foliage in a variety of hues, ranging from lime green to velvety purple.
|Grower's Choice Tropical Waterlilies|
We’ll pick out a variety of our very best tropical waterlilies. Please call or add a note during checkout for questions or specific requests.
|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.
|Helvola Hardy Waterlily|
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.
|Hermine Dwarf Hardy Waterlily|
This delightful dwarf lily has small, white, star-shaped flowers. Dark green lilypads are a petite 3 to 4 inches across.
One of two species of lotus in the world. Native to Asia. Hindu Lotus is bold with large pink single flowers.
|Hooded Pitcher Plant|
The Hooded Pitcher Plant is known – unsurprisingly – for its rounded hoods that partially cover the top of each pitcher. These hoods are typically red with white speckles (areoles) along the back. This species is native to coastal regions of the Southeastern U.S.
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.
|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.
|Hot Pink Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Hot Pink’
|Imperial Taro (Illustris Taro)|
Colocasia antiquorum ‘Illustris’
Big elephant-ear leaves are a smokey purple with lime green highlights.
Dusty foliage is the view when the sun is behind you. Turn the tables, and it is on fire!
|Islamorada Tropical Waterlily|
|James Brydon Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘James Brydon’
Cup-shaped rosey flowers look great against lush green foliage.
Pretty pink, white and purple flowers stand tall above full green leaves. Great early-season bloomer.
|Japanese Variegated Iris|
Iris kaempferi ‘Variegata’
Bright purple flowers with yellow centers are surrounded by green-and-white swordlike foliage.
|Jennifer Rebecca Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Jennifer Rebecca’
This night-bloomer’s petals range from deep red to hot pink. Flowers stand several inches above the water’s surface throughout the night and into morning.
|Jersey Girl Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia purpurea ‘Jersey Girl’
Dark red pitchers have pretty bright green veining. Red flowers loom overhead in spring and summer.
Jersey Girl traces its roots, as the name suggests to New Jersey, making it one of the more winter-hardy pitcher plants. Like other Sarracenia plants, the carnivorous Jersey Girl uses her pitcher’s to trap unsuspecting insects.
|Joey Tomocik Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Joey Tomocik’
A perennial favorite with lemon yellow flowers that stand proudly above the foliage.
|Judith Hindle Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia ‘Judith Hindle’
This gorgeous Sarracenia boasts bright green pitchers that transition to deep red at the ruffled lid. These red tops are speckled with eye-catching white speckles.
Judith Hindle is a hybrid of several Sarracenia species, including Sarracenia flava, S. purpurea, and S. leucophylla. Like other Pitcher Plants, Judith Hindle is carnivorous and traps bugs inside its hard-to-escape pitchers.
|Key Largo Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Key Largo’
|King of Siam Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘King of Siam’
A dark double purple loaded with petals contrasts with more traditional flowering lilies in the pond.
|Lance Leaf Arrowhead|
Sagittaria lancifolia rubrum
Sturdy lance-shaped spears have tiers of delicate white flowers with sunny-yellow centers for extended periods. Tolerates brackish water.
|Laura Frase Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Laura Frase’
Purplish-blue cup-shaped flowers with yellow centers.
|Laydekeri Fulgens Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Laydekeri Fulgens’
|Laydekeri Lilacea Dwarf Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Laydekeri Lilacea’
Cute dwarf pink flowers with lightly mottled green leaves. Perfect for small ponds and container water gardens.
Like regular moneywort, this plant’s shiny green leaves don small blue flowers in the summer. Gently break a leaf or two to enjoy this plant’s pleasant lemon scent. Submerge this plant to give fish a place to lay eggs, or tuck it around rocks in your bog.
Canna ‘Electric Lemonade’
Super lemon-yellow blossoms that stand well above the dusty green leaves.
|Lindsey Woods Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Lindsey Woods’
The spectacular black buds are as remarkable as the purple blossoms when open.
|Little Sue Dwarf Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Little Sue’
Petite changeable peach flowers dot this adorable dwarf waterlily. Blooms start light and turn darker.
Lizard’s Tail earns its name from the spikes of tiny white flowers that curve down from the top of the plant’s long stems.
Burgundy foliage steals the show on this hardy marginal. Small yellow flowers make a noteworthy guest appearance in summer.
|Madame Ganna Walska Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Madame Ganna Walska’
A day-blooming tropical lily with striking star-shaped flowers. Its petals have light centers that darken to lavender on the tips. The mottled leaves display earthy shades of brown and green.
|Maggie Belle Slocum Lotus (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.
|Manee Red Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Manee Red’
|Mangkala Ubol Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Mangkala Ubol’
Soft peach blossoms are a delicate blend of pink and yellow. An outstanding bloomer. A runner up in performance alongside Clyde.
|Mardi Gras Pitcher Plant|
Sarracenia ‘Mardi Gras’
This gorgeous Pitcher Plant is a result of careful selective breeding between two hybrids: Sarracenia leucophylla x Sarracenia purpurea and Sarracenia leucophylla x Sarracenia psittacina. The result is a stunning Pitcher Plant with ruffled red-and-white veined tips.
This upright bottlebrush-like plant has stiff vertical stems surrounded by whorls of thin green leaves.
Waxy and bright, they are the first to bloom in early spring. Sunny golden yellow flowers shine above mounds of round green foliage.
Verdant cream and green leaves look great creeping across moist soil or tucked between rocks.
|Medium Umbrella Palm|
Bigger than classic Umbrella Palm, but larger than the dwarf version.
|Meteor Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Meteor’ is a fast-growing purple-red waterlily with peony-shaped flowers and burgundy-tinged leaves. Also known as a Rembrandt lily, Meteor looks pretty as a picture in medium and large ponds.
Pudgy little catkins are abundant when the plants are pot-bound or crowded. When absent, the blue-gray foliage sways nicely in the breeze.
|Midnight Tropical Waterlily|
Stiff stems in dense clumps are confined to the shallow shoreline. Nice accent plant. Excellent for streams.
Sunny yellow flowers are abundant throughout the spring and summer. Perfect for streams.
Colocasia esculenta ‘Mojito’
Green leaves splattered with burgundy are an art project on every leaf. No two the same!
Shiny green leaves don small white flowers in the summer. Tuck around rocks to see the best blooms.
|Moon Dance Hardy Waterlily|
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.
|Moonbeam Tropical Waterlily|
|Morada Bay Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Morada Bay’
Prolific bloomer with Dahlia-shaped purple flowers and mottled lilypads.
|Mrs. George C. Hitchcock Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘George C. Hitchcock’
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Nelumbo ‘Mrs. Perry D. Slocum’
The most acclaimed American hybrid. She opens an intense pink, is pink and yellow the second day and finishes all yellow.
Green foliage with yellow-splotched orange flowers.
Narrowleaf Cattail is similar to Common Cattail but – you guessed it – has narrower leaves.
|Orange King Humbert Canna|
Canna ‘Orange King Humbert’
Spikes of showy orange flowers splashed with yellow. Solid green leaves.
|Orange Punch Canna|
Canna ‘Orange Punch’
Refreshing as a cool drink on a hot summer day, these bright orange cannas look beautiful against a backdrop of lush green leaves.
|Panama Pacific Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Panama Pacific’
Purple reliability! A proven performer that always holds its own.
Narrow stems give way to delicate feather-like leaves, hence the name Parrot Feather. For lined ponds only; not for natural ponds.
|Patio Joe Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Patio Joe’
Light peach flowers look pretty in any pond.
|Peach Delight Canna|
Canna ‘Peach Delight’
These beautiful tropical canna add a burst of peach color to the edge of ponds and streams.
|Peach Twist Tropical Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Peach Twist’
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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.
|Perry's Baby Red Dwarf Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Perry’s Baby Red’
Red, cup-shaped flowers measure a petite 3 inches across. Great for small ponds and container water gardens.
|Perry's White Wonder Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Perry’s White Wonder’
Soft white flowers with foliage that starts bronze before turning green.
|Persian Chocolate Moneywort|
Lysimachia congestiflora ‘Persian Chocolate’
A Creeping Jenny relative with chocolatey brown foliage.
Simply suitable for nearly every pond. This American native blooms throughout the summer.
|Pink Beauty Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Pink Beauty’
Pretty in pink with bright yellow centers. A medium-sized plant suited to any size pot.
|Pink Cardinal Flower|
Lobelia x speciosa ‘Pink’
Pink flowers on tall spikes open for weeks, attracting hummingbirds and butterflies. Best when naturalized in moist soil or tucked into streams.
|Pink Erebus Canna|
Canna glauca ‘Erebus’
Less vibrant than many other cannas but no less beautiful, Pink Erebus Canna has coral-pink flowers and soft green leaves. Also called Pink Longwood Canna.
|Pink Grapefruit Hardy Waterlily|
Nymphaea ‘Pink Grapefruit’
A medium-sized plant with sizable pink flowers that include yellow. Ideally suited to any size pond. Excellent performer.