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We've added some great new plants for 2015 like the late winter and spring flowering Winter Thriller™ Helleborus or Lenten Roses. Sunshine Ruffles produces large sunny yellow double flowers and Ballerina Ruffles is a double with rich pink flowers. Helleborus are easy to grow, long-lived, durable, shade tolerant, are moderately drought resistant once well-established and have an exceptionally long flowering season all packed into a compact and hardy clump forming perennial that is evergreen throughout most of its range. Did you know that Clematis can live for 50 years or more?! This year we've added two new Clematis that were developed for their exceptionally long flowering season and vigor. Happy™ Jack Clematis is an improvement over the exceptional Jackmanii that produces masses of 3-5" wide purple flowers. Pink Mink® is an award winning Clematis that produces masses of dark fuchsia pink flowers edged in a lighter pink from early summer to fall on well-established plants. Just click here to see all that's new for 2015, we'll be adding more as the season progresses so check back often.

Late winter and early spring are great times to plant hardy, summer flowering perennials like Clematis, Liatris, Rudbeckias, Stokesia Daisy, and more. This is also an excellent time to establish and divide summer flowering bulbs like Rainlilies, hardy Amaryllis, and Crinums. Planting and dividing now gives these durable perennials a head start on getting established before spring and summer gets here.

At Almost Eden we specialize in beautiful, unusual, and hard to find plants including a variety of native plants. Our stock encompasses over 1000 varieties/species, spanning 100 different plant families for your home and garden. Our plants are live, growing, well-rooted plants often flowering or large enough to begin flowering when they are shipped.

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Shipping: We understand what healthy quality plants should look like and our specially designed packaging system will get them from our greenhouse to your doorstep looking as though they were just plucked from the nursery. We ensure that your plants are secured safely in their soil and container in our specially designed shipping and packaging system that will get your plants to you quickly, carefully, and easily via the US Postal Service Priority Mail service. We will send an email stating when your order will ship and confirming the order information for verification. Please be sure to check your Spam or Junk mail if you don't hear from us within a day or two from when you placed your order. Orders are normally shipped on the first Monday and Tuesday (excluding holidays) of each week to ensure that your plants do not spend the weekend at the post office. Be sure to get your order and payment in by Friday at 6PM for it to ship out the following Monday. See our Shipping info for more.

Out of over 7500 companies, Almost Eden has again proudly been selected by its customers as one of the Garden Watchdog Top 30 Mail Order Nurseries. We can only respond by expressing our gratitude to our loyal and friendly customer base, typical plant people:). Click here to learn more about what they are saying about us on the Garden Watchdog.

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Blaumeise Big Leaf Hydrangea, French Mophead Hydrangea

Blaumeise Big Leaf Hydrangea, French Mophead Hydrangea

Coming for 2015! Blaumeise is considered by many to be one of the best of the Lacecap Hydrangeas producing very large flower clusters that are surrounded by some of the most deeply colored and themselves very large, showy sterile florets. In acidic soils the flowers are a deep royal blue and in alkaline soils the flowers are a dark rosy red. The foliage is large and shiny and is held on stout sturdy stems. The only drawback for this amazing Hydrangea cultivar is that it has limited cold hardiness and is will probably be best grown in zones 8 and warmer. An eastern or partially shaded southern exposure might be optimum even then. Item# 10731.

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Dwarf Crested Iris

Dwarf Crested Iris

Bluish-purple to lavender flowers are born singly and in small clusters among the low foliage of this groundcovering, low growing native Iris in spring. The Dwarf Crested Iris is a shade loving, durable, rhizomatous perennial suitable for well-drained, humus rich, average moist soils well suited to woodland settings and shady perennial borders. The foliage is deciduous, disappearing in winter and quickly returning before the flowers emerge in spring. Easy to grow and it multiplies readily. The beautiful flowers attract a variety of pollinators including hummingbirds and bees. Item# 10739.

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Ebony Embers Crape Myrtle

Ebony Embers Crape Myrtle

Deep dark red petals contrast nicely with the golden yellow centers of Ebony Embers' flowers all held above the dark, nearly black, burgundy foliage. This disease resistant introduction has a naturally upright to vase-shaped habit and enduring foliage color that lasts throughout summer. The contrasting foliage color and deep darkly colored flowers are sure to make a statement in the landscape. Item# 10734.

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Meyer's Blue Singleseed Juniper, Flaky Juniper, Himalayan Juniper

Meyer's Blue Singleseed Juniper, Flaky Juniper, Himalayan Juniper

Rich silvery blue, finely textured foliage on an upright growing evergreen shrub. Meyer's Blue Singleseed Juniper is considered to be one of the better cultivars of this species and can grow to 20 feet high under good conditions but 4-5 feet high by 3-4 feet wide may be more typical. The blue foliage creates a wonderful contrast when mixed with other foliage colors in the landscape. Beautiful for bonsai with their dark flaky bark contrasting nicely with the blue foliage. Item# 10732.

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Pink Fetterbush, Staggerbush, Shinyleaf

Pink Fetterbush, Staggerbush, Shinyleaf

Dangling clusters of bell-shaped, pink to pale pink flowers adorn the arching stems of the Fetterbush in early to mid-spring attracting a wide variety of native bees and other pollinators. The glossy, leathery foliage of this suckering, though not aggressive, shrub is evergreen. The Fetterbush naturally grows to about 3-5' high and prefers a consistently moist to wet, acidic soil and a shaded position. It is a common component of the Baygalls of the Southeastern U.S. Item# 10725.

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Sparkleberry Holly

Sparkleberry Holly

A U.S. National Arboretum introduction, Sparkleberry Holly was selected for its ability to produce a dramatic, long-lasting display of deep glowing red berries in dense clusters that seemingly cover the generally upright to arching stems of this vigorous deciduous holly. Masses of tiny greenish white spring flowers are soon followed by small round fruit that ripen to a deep, clear red. In fall the foliage turns to yellow and is quickly shed to display the bare stems adorned with massive clusters of brilliantly colored berries that can remain well into spring. Item# 10723.

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