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Algoflash Liquid Fertilizer for Flowering Plants.
Holder of 28 world records. This patented fertilizer from Europe increases a plant’s size, strength and bloom
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fold & spine SOIL FIXER-UPPERS!
HELP YOUR PLANTS BE THEIR BEST WITH GOOD SOIL.
John and Bob’s Soil Optimizer REJUVENATES POOR, TIRED SOIL!
with no risk of burning plants or over-applying. Spreading 3 lbs. over 1000 sq. ft. gives the same result as working in hundreds of pounds of com- post or humus. Guaranteed to start improving soil the season it’s applied.
51106–3 Lb. bag $17.95 51107–6 Lb. bag $29.95
THIS BIOLOGICAL FUNGICIDE WILL SUPERCHARGE YOUR SOIL.
Act ino-Iron® contains patented microorganisms that colonize on a plant’s root sys- tem, protecting it from foliar and soil borne diseases. It also contains an organic iron that cures iron defi cien- cy, promoting big- ger, lusher, hardier and more vigorous plants. Simply mix into your soil when planting in con- tainers or the garden. It can also be applied as a top dressing on established beds. A 3 lb. bag cov- ers up to 1000 sq. ft of garden or treats 15 cu. ft. of potting soil. Ideal for use on annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs and edibles. OMRI listed.
51040–3 Lb. bag $19.95 GIFT CERTIFICATES
Roots & Rhizomes gift certifi cates are available in any denomination. Simply fi ll out the form on the reverse side of the order form and enter the amount in the appropri- ate line located above ORDER TOTAL. Online gift certifi cates are now available.
Avoid heavy digging and lugging cumber- some bags of humus to try to repair poor soil. This 100% organic blend of concentrated, fully decomposed humus and other essential soil additives is sim- ply spread over ex- isting lawns or gar- dens and watered in. It’s completely safe
FREE METAL PLANT MARKERS WITH ORDERS
These weatherproof markers have wire standards made of fi ne quality metal with etched zince name plates. They’re rust-proof, reusable and remain legible even after many years of use. Easy to use – just mark with a black carbon
pencil or permanent ink marker. The 7
gled for easy reading. 10" tall. A handy, inexpensive way to ease the frustration of forgetting what was planted where.
Additional metal plant markers may be purchased as follows:
53350–Each offer includes 25 markers plus a spe- cial carbon marking pencil.
1 offer for $13.00; 2 or more offers $12.00 ea.
A SURPRISE PERENNIAL WITH ORDERS OF $75 OR MORE. . . .
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Metal Plant Markers will also be included with a $75.00 order.
PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS WILL BE SENT WITH EVERY ORDER!
SAVE SHIPPING COSTS! Shipping is ONLY $6.95
ON ORDERS OF $100 OR MORE RECEIVED BY MARCH 1, 2012 (Merchandise total must be over $100)
REMINDER: Have you included your complete name, address, zip code, phone number and check or credit card information? THANK YOU FOR YOUR ORDER.
THIS FLAP IS GUMMED. PLEASE MAKE SURE IT IS PROPERLY SEALED. Grass Beater®
WON’T HARM YOUR PLANTS!
This systemic post-emergent her- bicide can be sprayed over fl ower beds, trees, shrubs, groundcovers and vegetable plants to eliminate quackgrass and other weedy an- nual and perennial grasses. Stops growth of weed grasses within 2 days. Follow label instructions
we send – we’ll select it carefully for your growing area and make sure its ma- ture size won’t overwhelm you in the event you have a smaller yard. The 5 FREE
A $75.00 order will win you a surprise perenni- al. We’re sure you’ll be pleased with the plant
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OF $35 OR MORE. . . . 5 METAL PLANT MARKERS PLUS A CARBON PENCIL WILL BE INCLUDED IF YOUR ORDER TOTALS $35.00 OR MORE!
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Specializing in Choice Perennials P O Box 9
Randolph WI 53956 2012 ORDER FORM
For descriptions and pictures, go to our website at www.rootsrhizomes.com
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alchemilla mollis #a10122
A first-rate plant for edging. Chartreuse flowers hover over clumps of pale green, velvety, scalloped foliage. Zones 3-8, Bl: Jun-Aug, Ht. 15-20", Sun/part shade. WaS $4.95; nOW $3.50
alstroemeria Princess Lilies Mix #a10129 Excellent for containers, abundant flow- ers are produced on compact, broadly spreading plants. Wide range of showy colors including shades of purple, pink, red and yellow. Zones 7-10, Bl: Jul-Sep, Ht. 8-14", Sun/part shade. WaS $9.95; nOW 3 for $15.00
arctostaphylos (Bearberry) uva-ursi ‘Massachusetts’ #a10325 This mat-forming shrub thrives where most plants won’t grow. Evergreen, small glossy leaves. Red berries in fall. Zones 2-6, Bl: May-Jun, Ht. 4-12", Sun/part shade. WaS $6.00; nOW $3.95
astilbe taquetii ‘Superba’ #a10660 Thick spire-like panicles of rose-violet. Bold, dark green, ferny foliage. Zones 4-8, Bl: Aug-Sep, Ht. 36-48", Shade/part shade. WaS $4.95; nOW $3.50
Leucanthemum x superbum ‘thomas Killen’ #a11089
White blooms have a second row of petals and crested golden centers, giving a fluffy, double appearance. Zones 5-9, Bl: Jun- Sep, Ht. 24-30", Sun/part shade. WaS $6.00; nOW $3.95
Dianthus x ‘Frosty Fire’ #a11306
Carnation-like blooms of brilliant red are held above mounds of icy blue-green foli- age. Zones 3-9, Bl: Jun&Sep, Ht. 6-8", Sun WaS $4.95; nOW $3.50
echinacea x ‘Pink Mist’ #a11488 Well-branched, sturdy plants have laven- der-rose flowers with copper cone cen- ters. Excellent for pots and borders. Zones 4-9, Bl: Jul-Sep, Ht. 15-20", Sun/part shade. WaS $7.95; nOW $4.95
echinacea x ‘Summer Sky’ #a11504 (P.P.18783)–Bicolor 5 inch blooms of soft orange to rose. Zones 4-8, Bl: Jul-Sep, Ht. 30-36", Sun/part shade. WaS $10.00; nOW $5.95
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echinacea purpurea ‘Pink Double Delight’ #a11509 (P.P.18803)–Very floriferous, sturdy plants produce 3 to 4 inch lavender-pink double blooms. Zones 3-9, Bl: Jul-Sep, Ht. 24-28", Sun/part shade. WaS $9.95; nOW $6.50
eupatorium maculata ‘Gateway’ #a11660 Wine-red stems, huge, dusty red flower clusters and dark green toothed leaves. Zones 3-8, Bl: Aug-Oct, Ht. 36-60", Sun. WaS $5.95; nOW $3.95
Heliopsis x helianthoides ‘Prairie Sunset’ #a12066 (P.P.13379)–Deep green purple-veined leaves on dark purple stems and bright yellow flowers with wine-colored eyes. Zones 3-9, Bl: Jul-Sep, Ht. 36-48", Sun. WaS $8.95; nOW $5.95
Hakonechloa macra ‘Beni-kaze’ #a12107 Flowing mounds of green foliage take on striking red tones in fall. Zones 5-9, Ht. 24-36", Part shade/shade. WaS $8.95; nOW $5.95
Heuchera x ‘Big top Gold’ #a12220 Huge, curling orange-green leaves with purple-red undersides. Sprays of cream flowers. Zones 4-9, Ht. 18-24", Bl: May- Jun, Part shade/shade. WaS $9.95; nOW $5.95
Hosta x ‘Paul’s Glory’ #a12457
Heart-shaped leaves emerge with bright golden centers surrounded by broad blue-green margins, finishing cream with dark green margins. Zones 3-9, Size: 25"H x40"W, Part shade. WaS $10.00; nOW $5.95
Hosta x ‘ann Kulpa’ #a17506 Rich green corrugated leaves with nar- row yellow centers that lighten to ivory. Pale lavender flowers. Zones 3-9, Size: 20"H x36"W, Part shade/shade. WaS $12.00; nOW $7.95
Hosta x ‘Gypsy rose’ #a17539 Wide, pale yellow centers are separated from dark blue-green margins by a nar- row white line. Lavender flowers. Zones 3-9, Size: 15"H x30"W, Part shade/shade. WaS $12.00; nOW $6.95
Hosta x ‘Pineapple Punch’ #a17578 (P.P.18318)–Dark green rippled leaves emerge with a light green margin that transitions to gold and creamy-white, enhancing the rippling effect. Lavender flowers. Zones 3-9, Size: 15"H x36"W, Part shade/shade. WaS $14.00; nOW $7.95
Sedum x ‘autumn Delight’ #a14107 (P.P.18398)–Serrated, chartreuse-yellow foliage with narrow blue-green margins. Dusty pink flower clusters form bronze seed heads in fall. Zones 3-9, Bl: Aug-Oct, Ht. 18-24", Sun WaS $6.95; nOW $4.95
CLEARANCE SPECIALS - While Supplies Last All of the following plants are sent in 3 inch pots.
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Choice Daylilies, Siberian Iris, Hostas and Perennials P O Box 9 Randolph, WI 53956-009
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