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New For 2021

For 2021, High Country Gardens continues its tradition of introducing new plant varieties. "The plants we offer are easy-to-grow, beautiful, and adaptable to a wide range of climates, cold hardiness and low-water conditions," said chief horticulturist David Salman. "Our plants celebrate the concept that landscape and garden plants should reflect the natural beauty and growing conditions of each local climate.”

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  1. Golden Candles, Thermopsis lupinoides

    A super cold hardy Old World native, Golden Candles (Thermopsis lupinoides) blooms with stunning bright yellow lupine-like flower spikes in mid-spring. It pairs beautifully with mid-...

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    Golden Candles (Thermopsis) Golden Candles Thermopsis lupinoides
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    A super cold hardy Old World native, Golden Candles (Thermopsis lupinoides) blooms with stunning bright yellow lupine-like flower spikes in mid-spring. It pairs beautifully with mid-spring daffodils and tulips, and after flowers fade, attractive foliage mounds will enhance your garden through summer. Easily grown and long-lived, Golden Candles delivers welcome early-season color after a long, cold winter. A 2020 Plant Select® Winner.
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  2. Mongolian Snowflakes, Clematis hexapetala, close up of white flower

    A shrub clematis, Mongolian Snowflakes (Clematis hexapetala) blossoms into a cloud of 2-inch ivory colored flowers beginning in late spring. After months of flowering, showy, shiny, ...

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    Mongolian Snowflakes (Clematis) Mongolian Snowflakes Clematis hexapetala
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    A shrub clematis, Mongolian Snowflakes (Clematis hexapetala) blossoms into a cloud of 2-inch ivory colored flowers beginning in late spring. After months of flowering, showy, shiny, feathery seed clusters continue the show, revealing dark green mounding foliage. Remarkably easy to grow and drought tolerant, it is a must-have perennial.
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