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Agave utahensis ssp. eborispina is a dramatic, super hardy, small agave with the longest terminal spines of the subspecies up to 4 inches long!

Agave utahensis or Utah Agave is one of the hardiest of all century plants.

Agave 'Shadow Dancer' is a stunning century plant with two tone mid-green and pale-green leaves fading to creamy white.

Menacing serrations and variegated foliage make Agave xylonacantha 'Frostbite' a memorable and extremely desirable succulent

'Joe Hoak' is a spectacular variegated Agave with green and silver streaked leaves edged in creamy yellow.

'Black Scallop' bugleweed has scalloped, dark burgundy-black foliage and blue flowers in spring.

Ajuga 'Dixie Chip' has cute little leaves in shades of green, cream and rosy-purple. A great groundcover for small situations.

Allium alitissimum 'Goliath' is the tallest of all ornamental onions at 5-6 feet with large, warm purple spheres.

Allium 'Forelock' is a special purple-burgundy selection with fragrant drumsticks on tall stems.

Allium 'Red Mohican' is a special purple-red selection with fragrant drumsticks on tall stems.

Allium ampeloprasum, wild leek, is where leeks, elephant garlic, and pearl onions come from. It can bloom at 6 feet high!

Allium amplectens 'Graceful Beauty' has pure white flowers with purple anthers forming heads about 3 inches across.

Allium atropurpureum has many star shaped, warm purple florets held in upward facing half domes about the size of a tennis ball.

Allium beesianum is a rare species from China with blue, nodding umbels above grass-like foliage.

Allium cernuum is a light pink nodding onion native to BC that is extremely hardy, edible, and deer resistant.

Allium cernuum 'White Dwarf' is a compact form of the BC native with exquisite, pure white flowers on shyly nodding heads to 8-10 in. high.

Allium cernuum 'White Master' is a taller, white form of the B.C. native with exquisite, nodding flowers.

Allium chloranthum is a rare species from Lebanon and southern Turkey with open flower heads like exploding fireworks of yellow to greenish yellow.

Allium cyaneum forms clumps of violet blue, pendant shaped flowers above fine foliage in June and July.

Allium cyathophorum var. farreri resembles our native A. cernuum but with darker, rose pink to purplish pink flowers.

Allium flavum has open flower heads like exploding bright yellow fireworks.

Allium hirtifolium var. album is a four foot tall species with spheres of white.