1606 N 600 Rd, Baldwin City, 66006

Hi, Amy. I’m sorry it took forever for me to get to this stuff. The blockquotes really should have worked in the first place, and it’s a little embarassing that the didn’t. 🙁

— Jeremy

Here’s some plants inserted with the ‘plant’ shortcode:

river oats, northern sea oats

Chasmanthium latifolium

Attractive, nodding seed heads make excellent cut arrangement filler. This grass spreads aggressively so choose your planting site carefully. One of a  handful of grasses that will tolerate some shade. NATIVE TO SOUTHERN AND EASTERN U.S. [gallery columns="1" link="file" size="medium" ids="6089"]

glossy abelia

Abelia x grandiflora

Trumpet-shaped pale pink flowers bloom during late summer and fall. Lustrous dark green foliage turns bronze-red/purple in late fall and holds through winter. Habit is rounded. Makes a fine hedge, barrier, bank cover, mass or stand-alone specimen.

You need to get the ID of the plant you want. I think you know how to find that, but if not, let me know.  Here’s what it does if you don’t enter an ID:

chocolate vine

Akebia quinata

Oval, glossy dark green leaves grow in clusters of five. Vines produce dangling purple flowers in spring sometimes followed by fruits that resemble eggplants late in the summer. Fruits are edible, but not very tasty to humans. Akebia is related to the kiwi, so fruit has tiny black seeds embedded in the pulp as a kiwi does.
Great to hide a chainlink fence. Evergreen in Zone 6.

Here’s what happens if you enter an ID that isn’t a plant:

ERROR: ID 538 ain't a plant.