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Origanum majorana

Common Name: Marjoram
Bloom Season: Summer
Bloom Color: White to Pale Pink
Water Needs: Little Water Moderate Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 12-24"
Mature Width: 12-24"

Antirrinum pendula 'Magic Lanterns' Snapdragon

Common Name: Magic Lanterns Snapdragon
Bloom Season: Summer
Bloom Color: Mixed
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 12"
Mature Width: Trailing
Description:

Trial for 2018


Mentha spicata 'Spearmint'

Common Name: Spearmint
Bloom Color: White
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun Part-Shade

Mature Height: 24"
Mature Width: Groundcover
Description:

Herb used for flavoring teas and foods. Vigorous spreader. Use leaves fresh or dried.


Garden Notes: Plant in a way that it can be contained by itself. It will try to take over anything planted nearby and will keep spreading by its roots until it reaches a barrier.

Aquilegia caerulea 'Swan Violet and White'

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Common Name: Swan Violet and White Columbine
Bloom Season: Spring to Early Summer
Bloom Color: Purple and White
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Part-Shade Shade

Mature Height: 24"
Mature Width: 18"
Description:

A hybrid derived from the Colorado state flower, the petals and spurs are an incredibly rich, shining violet-blue. Plant Select® award winner.


Garden Notes: The name honors the memory of the students and teachers of Columbine High School who shall never be forgotten. proceeds will benefit organizations that promote diversity and tolerance in schools.

Scutellaria resinosa

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Common Name: Skullcap
Bloom Season: Spring
Bloom Color: Blue and White
Water Needs: Little Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 10"
Mature Width: 10"
Description:

Roundish, resinous leaves. Mounding plant Small purple-blue flowers in spring- then sporadically through summer. Panhandle native.


Penstemon albidus 'White'

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Common Name: White Penstemon
Bloom Season: Spring
Bloom Color: White
Water Needs: Little Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 18"
Mature Width: 6"
Description:

panhandle native- late spring bloom. This Penstemon has a short bloom season but is a nice low care plant for the native bed.


Salvia greggii 'White'

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Common Name: White Autumn Sage
Bloom Season: Summer to Frost
Bloom Color: White
Water Needs: Little Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 24"
Mature Width: 24"
Description:

First offered in 2013. Looks like a normal autumn sage and has white blooms.


Garden Notes: First planted in our beds in 2013. Nice white blooms for a long season. It has survived our winters well.

Salvia greggii 'Lavender and White'

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Common Name: Lavender and White Sage
Bloom Season: Summer to Frost
Bloom Color: Lavender and White
Water Needs: Little Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 24"
Mature Width: 24"
Description:

Lovely two-toned flowers that are light purple and white.


Garden Notes: Has overwintered for us in our trial beds.

Salvia farinacea 'Strata'

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Common Name: Strata
Bloom Season: Summer
Bloom Color: White and Blue
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Part-Shade

Mature Height: 15"
Mature Width: 12"
Description:

Bicolor flower, silver calyx with blue corollas, compact inflorescence.


Garden Notes: All American and Fleuroselect winner.

Scutellaria baicalensis

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Common Name: Siberian Magic Skullcap
Bloom Season: All Summer
Bloom Color: Blue and White
Water Needs: Moderate Water

Ideal Sun Conditions: Full Sun

Mature Height: 12"
Mature Width: 12"
Description:

Flowers bloom on one side of stalk, upper lip dark blue, lower is sky blue. Lime loving, rock or wild garden.


Garden Notes: Nice blooms last year. Small, but they covered the plant.