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    This Week's Picks...

    Want to see what's hot at Walters Gardens, Inc? Check out Barb's Perennial Picks of the Week! This photo flyer shows a select group of perennials that are looking great this week. Don't miss out on these hot items! Call to place your order today! 1-888-WALTERS. To view a current availability, click the link below.

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    Alchemilla mollis

    ALCMO30, ALCMO72 (Lady’s Mantle) The fuzzy leaves of this species catch the tiny dew droplets that glimmer in the morning sun. Foliage is soft grey-green and nearly round with deep lobes. Produces sprays of tiny, yellow-green flowers in spring.

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    Astilbe ‘Delft Lace’ PP19839

    ASBDLG1 Red stems carry panicles of deep salmon pink buds which open to soft apricot pink flowers. Forms a robust clump of lacy, deep blue-green, waxy foliage. Foliage displays some burgundy fall color. An improvement over ‘Peach Blossom’. From AB Cultivars. Japonica group.

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    Brunnera macrophylla ‘Jack Frost’ PP13859 CPBR1799

    BRUJF20, BRUJF72 (Heartleaf Brunnera) ‘Jack Frost’ is a name known worldwide and it continues to be a top seller for our customers. It forms a beautiful mound of heart-shaped, silver leaves with green veining. Airy sprays of baby blue, forget -me- not flowers appear in spring.

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    Carex siderosticha ‘Snow Cap’

    CARSC30 (Creeping Broad-leaved Sedge) Similar in size and habit to ‘Banana Boat’. Nearly all-cream to bright white, wide, strappy leaves with narrow green stripes. Reverse variegation pattern of ‘Variegata’. Grows surprisingly well for a plant with so little green. Forms a dense, spreading clump of deciduous foliage. Insignificant flowers.

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    Dicentra spectabilis ‘Gold Heart’

    DICGH20, DICGH72 (Old-Fashioned Bleeding Heart) A bright twist on a classic perennial. Radiant yellow foliage creates the perfect backdrop for arching sprays of large pink and white, heart-shaped blossoms. Foliage color mellows a bit in summer. May go summer dormant in some climates. Discovered by Nori Pope.

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    Heuchera ‘Silver Gumdrop’ PPAF CPBRAF DOLCE® Series

    HEUSG20, HEUSG72 (Coral Bells) Unlike other silver Heucheras, ‘Silver Gumdrop’ has vibrant pink flowers instead of the typical white. A smaller scale Heuchera with silver, iridescent leaves and a semi-glossy finish. Leaves take on a rosy blush overtone later in the season.

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    Heuchera ‘Wild Rose’ PPAF CPBRAF PRIMO™ Series

    HEUWR20, HEUWR72 (Coral Bells) A dense habit of large, bright rosy purple leaves with deep charcoal gray veining. The prominent dark veining causes the foliage color to pop. Upright, dark burgundy rose flower scapes have matching dark buds that open to rosy pink flowers.

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    Heucherella ‘Catching Fire’ PPAF

    HERCF20, HERCF72 (Foamy Bells) A polished, vigorous perennial. Rounded, vibrant lime green leaves have defined flame-shaped markings that flare from the center like cherry red fire. In summer, markings deepen to mahogany. Cream flowers. Best in filtered sun or afternoon shade.

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    Pulmonaria ‘Twinkle Toes’ PPAF

    PULTT30, PULTT72 (Lungwort, Bethlehem Sage) Dainty light periwinkle blue flowers cover a low, mounded habit. Dark green leaves are lightly sprinkled with silver. Thrives in part shade to full shade with adequate moisture.

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