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Kopper King Patent #US PP10,793
This hardy Hibiscus reaches 4 ft. in height. It's 12" flowers are white with a red and then hot pink eye-zone that streaks out through the veination to the edges of the petals. It has a consistent copper-red leaf of a "maple cut" shape. Leaves of Kopper King Photo 2


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Plum Crazy Patent #US PP11,854 P2
A 4 ft. hardy Hibiscus with a 10" plum-colored flower having strong purple veination to the edges of the petals. The "maple-cut" leaves are of a consistent dark purple coloring. US PP11,854 P2 Photo 2




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Old Yella Patent #US PP13,630
The term used in floristry for a pale yellow. This hardy Hibiscus reaches 4 1/2 ft. in height supporting many yellow buds opening into 12" ruffled, luminescent flowers. The green leaves are ovate to slightly "cut-leaved". A very nice accent to many of the other Hibiscus. Patent Pending.




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Fantasia Patent #US PP11,853
A very elegant hardy Hibiscus with 9" lavender-gray, ruffled flowers and a nice compact habit. This cultivar stays about 3 1/2 ft. having very refined, green "cut-leaves". US PP11,853 Photo 2




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Fireball Patent #US PP13,631
Four feet of fire with 12" bright burgundy blooms. The "extremely cut-leaved" foliage flames forth with a purplish overlay. Hardy Hibiscus. Patent Pending.




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Crown Jewels Patent #US PP11,857 P2
A hardy Hibiscus that is no higher than 2 1/2 ft. having very refined, dark "maple-cut" leaves. The yellow buds are followed by a creamy white flower with a slightly streaking red center. US PP11,857 P2 Photo 2




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Royal Gems Patent #US PP11,011
The solid purple leaves of this hardy Hibiscus are ovate and undercurl slightly giving a puffed appearance. The 12" pink flowers are very overlapping (like the others) and a perfect color compliment. 4 ft. US pp11,011 Photo 2




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Robert Fleming Patent #US PP14,776
As much a favorite as its namesake. Only 3 ft. in height with refined "hydrangea-like" foliage and some of the darkest red, overlapping flowers that we have. The whole plant is very compact. Patent Pending. Photo 2




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Torchy Patent #US PP13,913
It kind of reminds you of Christmas because this 4 ft. hardy Hibiscus has long 3-lobed bright green leaves of a very refined nature and thick, deep red 12" ruffled and glistening petals; what a package. Patent Pending. Photo 2




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Eruption Patent #US PP 10, 207,250
Aptly named with purple "oak-shaped" leaves and hot pink flowers exploding all over this 3 1/2 foot hardy Hibiscus. PP 10, 207,250. Photo 2




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Aquarian Patent #US PP 10, 207, 253
A true "sign of the times". This is a popular hardy Hibiscus with 12" lavender-pink flowers and "maple-like" leaves with red-veining and a bit of a purple-cast. It grows to 4 feet. PP 10, 207, 253. Photo 2





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Dreamcatcher Patent #US PP10, 207, 252
This four foot hardy Hibiscus will help you catch some dreams of your own with it's 12" pink "quilted" flowers and its nice green "maple-cut" leaves. PP10, 207, 252.




Euonymus

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Bushel of Gold Patent #US PP11,856 P2
This Euonymus fortunei is like a spotlight in the garden or border. A consistent golden yellow leaf covers the entire 12" x 12" golden stems of the plant. US PP11,856 P2




Fleming Filligrees tm

The Fleming Filligrees tm dwarf and hardy Crape Myrtle series: These are the best dwarf and hardy Crapes that we know of. They are tested as hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit for over 10 years, very fungus resistant, with branches that spiral outward very nicely having multitudes of flowers. It's a Ripley's "Believe it or not." Patent Pending.



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Red Filli Patent #US PP14,353
This bright red flowered dwarf and hardy Crape Myrtle reaches only 1 to 1 1/2 feet in height. The leaves turn a purplish tint in fall. Patent Pending.




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Coral Filli Patent #US PP14,317
This is the coral-flowered version and it reaches the same 1 to 1 1/2 feet. Leaves tint to purple in fall. Patent Pending.




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Violet Filli Patent #US PP14,267
This little "Myrtlette" (as the Fleming's used to call them) is the most dwarf of the bunch. It grows to about 1 foot in height and width and has lovely violet flowers. Patent Pending.




Veronica

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Amethystine Patent Pending
This Veronica is very subtle and sophisticated. The slow growing carpet isn't more than a foot in height. It begins to take on a very complimentary glow shortly after Spring begins shimmering with yellow leaves and periwinkle flowers floating just above. UNL ~ Patent Pending.




Border Dianthus

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Double Spotty Patent #US PP13,884
The "grandson" of 'Spotty'.. The big triple-petaled flowers are cherry red with soft pink edges and spots. The blue-green foliage forms a neat bun. The fragrance is strongly sweet and spicy! Patent Pending.




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Pixie Patent Pending
This is also a 'Spotty' progeny and a very bold one! It has bright pink flowers with very substantial white borders around each petal edge. It has a nice compact blue-green foliage. The flower reaches a foot in height. This plant was given to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and is an exclusive of Blooms of Bressingham. Patent Pending.




Be on the lookout for more Fleming Hybrids tm in the near future. We are continuing our hybridization efforts to hopefully bring you more unique and hardy perennials, as well. Remember that all of our cultivars are hardy to -30 degrees Fahrenheit. And all parts of our plants are protected by patents. Seed patent protection is also pending on some hybrids. Please feel free to call us personally with any concerns. Thank you for your interest.




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