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For complete listing of perennials of A-G scroll down. This page is very long. For select groups click on the link directly above or for plants other than perennials select links to the left.

Acanthus mollis Bear's Breeches..................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 50-200cm.  Z7-8.  Large, dark green, glossy, lobed leaves radiate out from a central crown.  Flowers are white with purple venation on tall spikes. 

Aceriphyllum rossii (Mukdenia rossii)...................... $6.00ea
Ht.40-60cm  Z5. Maple-like leaves emerge a bronze-green then age to a mid-green and are finally splashed with bright red in fall. Numerous  white, bell-shaped flowers held in a branched  panicle in mid spring.  From North China and Korea.  Forms a wonderful ground cover.

Achillea millefolium Yarrow..................... 10cm pot $4.00ea, or 1gal $10.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 30-50cm.  Z3.  Large, white, flat flower heads with a pink tinge, appear from June till August.  Low, feathery, highly dissected foliage. 

Achlys triphyllaVanilla‑leaf............................ 1gal  $10.00ea
Native. Ht. 25-45cm.  Z7.  Large light green trifoliate leaf on a slender stalk. Good groundcover spread by underground rhizome.  Dried leaves have a vanilla scent. Semi-shade.

Aconitum  x  cammarum `Bicolor'  Monkshood 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.90cm. Z2.   Deeply lobed dark green leaves and large showy white flowers rimmed in blue.  Full sun to part shade. All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous.

Aconitum x cammarum `Bressingham Spire'. 1gal  $12.00ea
Ht.65cm. Z2.  Deep blue-violet spires on shorter stockier stems  in June to August make this a  valuable new monkshood.

Aconitum x cammarum `Eleanor'.................. 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-130cm. Z2.  This variety has pure white flowers with violet tips. Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous.

Aconitum x cammarum `Pink Sensation'1gal  $12.50ea
Ht.100cm. Z5.This variety has extremely glossy green dissected leaves and showy pale pink flowers from late June to early August. All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous.

Aconitum x cammarum `Stainless Steel'........ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100cm. Z2.  This variety has dark grey-green foliage and metallic blue flowers. Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum carmichaelii fischeri....................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.70cm. Z2.  This species has dark royal blue flowers and glossy leaves. Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum ‘Cloudy’  Monkshood.................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.  100cm.  Z4.   Soft blue blooms.  Full sun to part shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum japonicum...................................... 1gal  $12.99ea
Ht.50-100cm. Z6. This is a showy fall blooming species with hooded flowers of rich velvety blue with a hint of purple.  A very valuable late bloomer which makes an impressive clump with handsome foliage.  All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum henryi `Spark's Variety' Monkshood 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-150cm.  Z4.  Highly cut dark green foliage.  Helmet shaped flowers of deep violet blue bloom in July-Aug.  Prefers part-shade in humus-rich soil.  All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous.

Aconitum lamarckii  Yellow Monkshood....... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-130.  Z5.  Deeply lobed dark green leaves grow in a stiff habit.  Vibrant yellow flowers in large, many flowered inflorescences, bloom in July to August.   Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade.  All parts of this plant are extremely poisonous.

Aconitum napellus......................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-130cm. Z2.  This species has beautiful violet blue hooded flowers.  Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum napellus `Album'............................ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-130cm. Z5.   This variety has beautiful white flowers.  Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum napellus `Arendsii'......................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100cm. Z5. .Large spikes of azure blue flowers. Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum napellus `Blue Valley'.................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht 90cm. Z3. This variety has large spikes of dark blue-violet flowers. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum napellus rubellum.......................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-130cm. Z2.  A wonderful pink hooded form. Prefers a peaty soil in sun to part-shade. All parts of this plant are poisonous.

Aconitum septentrionale `Ivorine'.................. 1 gal $10.00ea
Ht.100cm. Z5.  Spikes of white flowers in summer.

Actaea asiatica Black Berry........................... 1gal $25.00ea
Ht.70cm. Z5.  A woodland perennial from China with white flower racemes and glossy dissected foliage. Flowers are followed by jet black fruit.

Actaea pachypoda (alba)   Doll’s Eyes, White Baneberry
............................................................................... $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.40-80cm. Z3.  A woodland perennial with white flower racemes followed by white berries with a dot(which makes them look like a doll’s eye).

Actaea rubra   Red Baneberry......................... 1gal $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.40-80cm. Z3.  A woodland perennial with white flower racemes (sometimes tinged purple)  followed by red berries.

Adonis amurensis.................................. 10cm pot $12.95ea
Ht.5-15cm. Z3.  This rarely offered perennial  is a Japanese favorite as  it symbolizes the start of a new year with its butter yellow flowers.  Fern like foliage disappears in late spring. In the West it often starts blooming in early January, in the east it pushes blooms up through the melting snow. Plant in humus rich soil in deciduous shade. Goes dormant very early.

Adonis amurensis 'Beni Nadeshiko'......   10cm pot $69.95ea
Ht.5-15cm. Z3. One of coolest flowers we have ever offered. Semi-double flowers with orange petals with serrated ends.In the flower center is a ring of orange stamen filaments holding yellow anthers all around a yellow pistol. This stunning plant has fern like foliage that disappears in late spring. Plant in humus rich soil in deciduous shade.  Goes dormant very early.

Adonis amurensis ‘ Chichibu Beni’......   10cm pot $59.95ea
Ht.5-15cm. Z3.  It has been a while since we offered this rare cultivar with rich orange flowers. It has fern like foliage that disappears in late spring. Plant in humus rich soil in deciduous shade. Goes dormant very early.

Adonis amurensis ‘ Sandan Zaki’.......   10cm pot $59.95ea
Ht.5-15cm. Z3.   Sandan Zaki means triple bloomer and refers to the three zones in the amazing flower. The base of the flower is rings of golden yellow followed by rings of feathery green petals and finally a golden yellow cluster in the center. What a stunning flower! It has fern like foliage that disappears in late spring. Plant in humus rich soil in deciduous shade. Goes dormant very early.

Aegopodium podagraria `Variegatum'.... 10cm. pot $4.00ea
Ht. 15cm. Z4. Bishop's Weed is an excellent rapid spreading groundcover for shade to part sun with green and white variegated leaves.  White flowers in May to June.

Agapanthus `Blue Globe'  Lily-Of-The-Nile... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.100cm. Z5.  Large light blue flowers.

Agapanthus x `Blue Triumphator'  Lily-Of-The-Nile 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 75-90cm.  Z7.  Rich blue flower color in large ball shaped clusters.  Thick strap shaped foliage in clumps.  Best in sun.

Agapanthus `Silver Moon'  Lily-Of-The-Nile.. 1gal $14.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z6-7.  A dwarf variety with green variegated white leaves and typical blue flowers, very floriferous. 

Agapanthus `Storm Cloud'  Lily-Of-The-Nile. 1gal $14.00ea
Ht.90-120cm. Z5-6.  The large heads of dark cobalt blue flowers are complemented by dark stems. Flowers are followed by black seed heads.

Agapanthus `White Superior'  Lily-Of-The-Nile 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.70cm. Z5.  A lovely white flowered variety with sturdy stems.

Agoseris aurantiaca Orange Agoseris..............10cm pot $5.00ea
Native. Ht. 30-50cm. Z2. Burnt orange dandelion like flowers rise above narrow basal leaves.

Alchemilla erythropoda................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.15-20cm.  Z5. Bluish green palmately lobed leaves in a basal cluster.  Yellow flowers on much branched infloresence in summer.

Alchemilla mollis Lady's Mantle ..................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 50-80cm. Z3.  Similar to the above species but larger in all respects.  Excellent ground cover for sun to light shade.

Alectorurrus yedoensis var. platypetalus................. $12.99ea
Ht.15-20cm. Z6. From the cliffs of Shikoku and Kyushu islands in Japan come this rare member of the lily family.  Flat,  Iris like leaves and panicles of  small white flowers in late summer.  Plant in well drained soil in light shade.

Allium acuminatum Hookers Onion......... 10cm pot $4.50ea
Native.  Ht. 10-20cm.  Z6. Deep rose pink flowers in early summer. Prefers a hot spot with excellent drainage. Naturally tiny bulbs.

Allium carinatum ssp. pulchellum............................ $5.00ea
Ht. 45-55cm. Z5. Graceful reddish-pink flowers heads in the summer.

Allium cernuum Nodding Onion .............. 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht.20-30cm.  Z4.  Nodding pale to bright pink flowers bloom in June to August.  Bulbs multiply quickly and were eaten by native people.

Allium crenulatum Olympic Onion........................... $6.00ea
Native. Z.5. Ht.4” A fantastic dwarf onion  with brilliant rose-purple flowers. Rarely offered.

Allium dichlamydeum  .........................................    $5.00ea
Native.  Dark rose purple flowers in June- July.

Allium douglasii ...................................... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Native. Ht.30cm.  Z4.  A very showy native with bright pink clusters of flowers.  We believe this is the var. columbianum.

Allium flavum var.tauricum...................................... $4.00ea
Z.7 Ht 15-20cm. A great selection with flowers in a range of colours from white to oranges to yellow and reddish shades.

Allium haematochiton ............................... 8cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht.10-40cm  Z7-8. Compact umbels of white to pink flowers with darker central veins.  Multiplies to make a nice clump.

Allium obtusum var. conspicuum ............ 10cm pot $5.00ea
Native. Ht.10-20cm.  Z4.  Tepals light pink  to dark pink with dark purple or greenish purple midveins. A rarely offered species.

Allium rotundum...................................... 10cm pot $6.00ea
Ht.10cm.  Z7.  Blackish purple flowers with lighter insides in dense spherical umbels.

Allium senescens .......... $5.00ea
Ht.15-20cm. Z5. A lovely  little allium with fragrant dark lilac flower in late June to early July.

Allium stellatum Pink Prairie Onion........................ $4.00ea
N.A.Native.Ht.30-50cm. Z3. This rarely offered onion exhibits pink starry flowers in ball shaped clusters in late summer. Prefers dry, well drained soil in sun to part shade.

Allium textile Prairie Onion..................................... $4.00ea
Native. Ht.5-30cm. Z3. A rarely offered onion with creamy white flowers in May-July.  Prefers a hot, dry sunny location.

Allium triquetrum..................................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht.25cm.  Z8. Long lasting, hanging white flowers with a green midrib in late spring to early summer.

Alyssoides utriculata................................................. $5.00ea
Ht 25-40cm. Z7. A mat forming perennial similar to alyssum with yellow flowers, evergreen foliage and attractive ruddy bladder-like seed pods.  Good for the rockery.

Alstroemeria hybrids ................................................ $9.50ea
Ht. Z7. This is a mixed bag.  Plants may be yellow, orange, pink, rose or red.

Alstroemeria pulchella 'Mona Lisa' ....................... $12.50ea
Ht. Z7. Flowers are a merry blend of red with green bands inside and chocolate

Amianthium muscaetoxicum Fly Poison 11cm pot $12.99ea
N.A.Native.  Flower Ht.15-30cm.  Z3. A rarely offered native with showy dense racemes of white flowers that age to green.  Very long bloom period makes this a valuable garden plant.   Strap shaped daylily like foliage.  Historically the bulbs of this poisonous plant were ground and mixed with honey for a fly poison.rown outer feathering. This amazing perennial  is quick to form a sizeable patch.

Amorphophallus dunnii......................................... $20.00ea
Ht.75cm. Z6. Glossy, deep green leaflets held aloft by an  ornamental stem marked with white and  green patterns. Creamy spathe with white spots and a purple center, creamy white spadix.

Amorphophallus konjac......................................... $26.00ea
Ht.1-1.75cm. Z6. A massive divided leaf (up to 1.25m across) atop a green stem is heavily mottled with dark purplish blotches.  When the tuber is large enough it produces a massive 1-1.5m tall flower. The spathe is the color of a dark purplish red cabbage and sits atop a 60cm mottled stem. The spadix is slightly lighter purple in color and measures up to 90cm long.  We sell small tubers around the size of a quarter that will bloom in about 2 years. Amorphophallus corms may at any time delay sprouting for a season, particularly after blooming, so mark where you plant them. Shade to part sun. Eventually the corms can weigh up to 8 kilos.  This species is extensively used as a food source in Indonesia and Japan.

Amorphophallus yunannensis................................. $20.00ea
Ht.1-1.75cm. Z6.The single leaf is held atop a 2-3' tall, smooth, dark green stalk, exquisitely mottled with lighter green to creamy coloured blotches. The 3-6" tall spadix is white with a pink head partially hidden in a green speckled spathe atop a mottled stem.
 
Anaphalis margaritacea Pearly Everlasting 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Ht. 20-90cm.  Z3.  Dark green, narrow, pubescent leaves with dense white wooly undersides.  Pearly white flowers in dense clusters are produced in August.  Excellent dried flower.  Sun to part shade.

Anemonella thalictroides.......................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 10-20cm.  Z4.  A dwarf anemone relative withfinely divided feathery foliage appearing in spring from tiny, dahlia-like tubers.  Pure white single anemone-like flowers.  Makes a very nice groundcover in light shade. From naturally small tubers.

Anemonella thalictroides `Cameo' ........... 8cm pot $19.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.10-20cm.  Z4.  This is one of those hard to get forms with double rose flowers.  From naturally small tubers.  

Anemonella thalictroides  ‘Betty Blake’ ... 8cm pot $25.00ea
A uniquely fabulous double pompom green with highlights of lighter green. Also known as A. Double Green. From naturally small tubers.

Anemonella thalictroides ‘Just Precious’ (Green Hurricane) $25.00ea
This uniquely bizarre double green flowered Rue has oddly twisted light green petals laid on top of a perfect ring of vibrant green bracts.  It has also been sold under many names including Anemonella thal. Jade Feather, Just Precious, Green hurricane and Green Dragon.  In the end the name Just Precious should hold as it appears to be the first published. From naturally small tubers.

Anemonella thalictroides `Rosea' .............. 8cm pot $8.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.10-20cm.  Z4. This form has single rose pink flowers that self seed true. From naturally small tubers.

Anemonella thalictroides `Schoaff's Double' 8cm pot $19.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.10-20cm.  Z4.  This is probably the best known double flowered form with long lasting pink flowers. From naturally small tubers.

 

Anemonella thalictroides `White Double' 8cm pot $25.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.10-20cm.  Z4.  Pure white double flowers. From naturally small tubers.

Anemone appennina `alba'....... Fall only10cm pot $9.50ea
Ht.10-20cm. Z4.  Foliage is deep purple when emerging then ages to dark green.  Flowers are snow white on the interior, shaded pale blue or pale pink on the exterior.  Plants are produced from a small tuber.  Fall only.

Anemone blanda` Radar’......................... 10cm pot $6.50ea
Ht.8-10cm Z.3-4. One of the most sought after anemone blanda types with large reddish-purple flowers with a white center.  Plants arise from small tubers.

Anemone blanda White splendour ..........  10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht 10-20cmZ3.    Flowers are made up of two rows of narrow white petals and a cluster of golden stamens in the center

Anemone canadensis  Canada Anemone  ................. $5.00ea
Native.Ht.30-50cm. Z3.  A spreading woodland groundcover with beautiful veined cut foliage and white flowers in late spring and summer. A great ground cover.

Anemone coronaria Blue Poppy .............  10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht 20-30cmZ3.    Lovely large single blue flowers with dark centers.  Naturalizes well.

Anemone coronaria Sylphide .................  10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht 20-30cmZ3.    Large single hot violet-pink flowers with dark stamens.  Naturalizes well.

Anemone coronaria The Bride ...............  10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht 20-30cmZ3.    Large single white flowers.  The central cluster of stamens age to a bluish color. Naturalizes well.

Anemone hupehensis `Crispa'......................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.80cm. Z4.  This is a unique fall blooming anemone with crisped ruffled foliage with red markings along edges and pretty pink flowers.

Anemone hupehensis `Prinz Heinrich'............ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.50-90cm.  Z4.  Pink semi-double flowers in loose cymes bloom in late summer to fall.  Plant in part sun in well drained humus-rich soil.

Anemone hupehensis `September Charm'....... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.90cm. Z4. Light pink flowers with yellow centres in early fall.

Anemone x hybrida `Queen Charlotte'........... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100cm.  Z4.   Large, semi double silvery pink flowers atop dark green foliage bloom in September to October. 

Anemone x hybrida `Honorine Jobert'.......... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.100-120cm.  Z4.  Large, 6-7cm in diameter white flowers atop dark green foliage. Blooms in September to October.   Prefers semi-shade in humus-rich soil.

Anemone x hybrida `Party Dress'.................... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.90cm. Z5. Very large double pink flowers in late summer to early fall.

Anemone x hybrida `Whirlwind'..................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.95cm. Z4. Semi double white flowers with a yellow center in early fall.

Anemone keiskeiana  ............................................ $12.99ea
Ht.5-10cm. Z4.  Very unique spring-blooming,  spreading Japanese perennial with 3-lobed leaves that are  heavily mottled  with silver, emerging tinted bronzey brown in very early spring. Many petaled white flowers in early spring. Foliage disappears in the summer.

Anemone leveillei .................................................  $10.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z5.  Pretty, low growing, vigorous anemone with deeply divided foliage and single white flowers with striking purple stamens.

Anemone nemorosa Wood Anemone....... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht.15-20cm.  Z5.  A delightful woodland groundcover that
spreads by slender rhizome.  Leaves deeply cut and very attractive.  Single Anemone type flowers are white, light pink, or bluish in color. Flowers close up on cloudy days and at night.

Anemone nemorosa ‘Allenii’ ................... 10cm pot $6.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4.  Large flowers that are rich lavender blue on the inside and paler on the reverse.  Similar to A. nemorosa Robinsoniana


Anemone nemorosa `Blue Eyes' ........ 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.10cm. Z4.  Double to single white flowers develop a distinct blue eye just prior to petal drop.

 

 

Anemone nemorosa ‘Blue  form’.............. 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht 10-15cm Z4  We have selected out some of the bluish single flowered form.  This makes a great herbaceous ground cover.

Anemone nemorosa `Bowles Mauve' ....... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.10cm. Z4.  Nice mauve blue flowers. We think this is the same as Anemone nemorosa Bowles Purple.

Anemone nemorosa `caerulea’................................. $8.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z5.  A nice smaller variety of woodland anemone with large dark purplish blue flowers with lighter blue edges.  

Anemone nemorosa `Green Fingers'....... 10cm pot $10.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4.  This odd selection has green flowers tinged with white set atop green sepals.

Anemone nemorosa `Lychett Variety'....... 10cm pot $9.50ea
Ht. 10-15cm Z4.  A handsome variety with large white flowers.

Anemone nemorosa `Mart's Blue'.......... 10cm pot $12.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4. This selection from Estonia blooms later than most and has dark blue flowers.

Anemone nemorosa ‘Monstrosa’.............. 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht 20cm. Z5.  A large double flowered form of wood Anemone with a unique mix of green and white petals. 

Anemone nemorosa `Phyllodic Form'...... 10cm pot $7.50ea
Ht.10-15cm Z4.  Another bizzare selection which typically has white outer petals and inner petals replaced by numerous very finely dissected leaves.

Anemone nemorosa `Robinsoniana'......... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4. A nice selection with large pale wisteria blue flowers and deep green foliage tinged purple.

Anemone nemorosa `Rosea' .................... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.10cm. Z4.  Flowers emerge from a pink bud and fade to white then age to a strong dusky pink on the exterior.

Anemone nemorosa var. Vestal................ 10cm pot $6.00ea
Ht.10-15. Z4.  Double white flowered form.

Anemone nemorosa vindobonensis ........ 10cm pot $10.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4.  This form has cream colored flowers. Blooms earlier than the hybrid  Anemone x lipsiensis.

Anemone nemorosa white form................ 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4. We have separated out a pure white single flowered form of this wonderful species.

Anemone multifidaPacificAnemone............ 10cmpot5.00ea.
Native. Ht.25-30cm Z3. A showy windflower typically with lovely white flowers but occasionally some may bloom red.

Anemone pseudo-altaica  ........................................ $8.00ea
Ht.15-30cm. Z4  From the mountains of Japan comes this spreading  groundcover with white flowers that are followed by finely cut foliage.  Plant in well drained humus rich soil in shade.

Anemone raddeana ............................................... $10.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4  From Asia, including Japan, comes this spreading  groundcover with abundant white flowers that are often flushed with pink. Plant in well drained humus rich soil in part shade.

Anemone raddeana  F. roseum.............................. $18.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z4  Similar to the species but this form from Japan is pink on the  reverse of the petals  and the flowers have a pink blush overall.  Rarely offered.  Plant in well drained rich soil in part shade.

Anemone ranunculoides.......................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht.10cm. Z4.  This spreading woodland beauty has deep golden yellow flowers set above dark green (tinted purple) leaves in early spring.

Anemone rivularis........................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 40cm. Z6. This wonderful anemone has white flowers with a metallic blue reverse and blue anthers.

Anemone stronifera Double Flower........ 10cm pot $15.00ea
Ht. 30cm. Z6.  A rarely offered semi double white flowered form of this Japanese Native.  This easy to grow species makes small mats of deeply cut dark green foliage.

Anemone sp?.......................................................... $15.00ea
Ht.15-20cm. Z?  We have no idea what this really is.  It looks like a larger, more robust form of Anemone nemorosa Robinsoniana with larger flowers that have some darker streaking on the reverse.  It has been suggested that it might be a form of Anemone oregonum.  This form is very slow to multiply.  We have been growing it for more than 30 years in our garden.
 
Anemone sylvestris `Macrantha'...................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.15-30cm.  Z4.  Very vigorous form with large white, yellow centered flowers.  Leaves basal and shaggy pubescent.

Anemone tomentosa `Robustissima'............... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 100-120cm.  Z3.  Light pink flowers in open cymes bloom in August toSeptember.  This is the hardiest and most vigorous of the autumn anemones.   Prefers semi-shade in humusy soil.

Anemone trifolia..................................... 10cm pot $13.00ea
Ht.15-20cm. Z6.  A small spreading Anemone from Yugoslavia with trifoliate leaves and crisp white flowers.  From a slender rhizome.  Plant in shade to part sun.

Anemone x lipsiensis (A. x seemannii)...... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. Z4.  A natural hybrid of A.ranunculoides and A. nemorosa that has pale yellow flowers.

Anemonopsis macrophylla.................................... $27.00ea
Ht.50-80cm.  Z4.    Waxy nodding flowers held above dark glossy green feathery foliage on black wiry stems. Flowers made up of an outer ring of 7-10 sepals that are a light lavender purple and an inner ring of 10 petals that are light lavender-purple with darker purple tips. A summer bloomer for the woodland garden.

Anometheca laxa.................................................... $5.00ea
Ht.15-30cm. Z8. An Iris-like perennial which arises from a small corm. Flowers are typically red but may range from white to pale blue.

Antennaria microphylla .... Rosy Pussy Toes...............10cm pot $5.00ea
Native. Ht. 10cm. Z2. Low mats of fine silvery foliage and soft reddish fuzzy flowers.

Antennaria umbrinella Wooly pussytoes.. 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Ht. 1-3cm. Fl. Ht.15-20cm.  Z1.  Beautiful grey wooly leaves are mat forming; a most attractive ground cover in sun. 

Aquilegia formosa Red Columbine ........... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.   Fl.Ht. 40-60cm. Z5.  Nodding red and yellow flowers with
reddish spurs. Shade to semi-shade.

Aralia nudicale  Wild Sasparilla............................. $12.50ea
Native Ht. 50cm.  Z3.  Erect woodland perennial with a compound single  leaf divided into  3 divisions and 5 leaflets per division.  White fuzzy flowers in clusters followed by black fruit. Divisions.

Arisaema candidissimum....................................... $29.99ea
Ht. 40cm.  Z3.  Probably the most sought after Arisaema.  Lower spathe green striped white, upper portion pink striped white rarely all white   Sprouts very late in the season and is quite fragrant to men but rarely to women.

Arisaema consanguineum Consanguineus Cobra Lily $10.00
Ht.50-100cm.  Z7-8.   Spathe, purple-brown in color striped white , limb ( lid) is purple-brown narrowly striped white with tip elongated into a thin thread.  Occasionally the spathe is greenish suffused  brown with white stripes. A single leaf is dissected into 10 to 20 or more leaflets , each leaflet has a drooping thread-like tip on a wonderful snakeskin mottled stem.

Arisaema dracontium Green Dragon......................... $7.50ea
N.A.Native.  Ht.60-80cm. Z4. This species produces a single compound leaf 60-80cm in height with 6-12 lobes and a hooded green  flower spathe with a long ascending green spadix.

Arisaema griffithii Griffith's Cobra Lily.................. $20.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z6-7.  A wide but twisted deep violet-purple spathe with white and green stripes produced just above ground level. The leaflets are ornamented with yellow, red or purple margins which become more accentuated by fall.  This one is incredible and definitely one of the most unusual Arisaema.  Blooms April-May.

Arisaema kiushianum Japanese Cobra Lily............ $18.00ea
Ht.  45cm.  Z5.  One of my favourite Arisaema from Japan with a dark purple spathe with white markings and a dark tail like spadix.  The single leaf is divided into 7-13 leaflets.  Plant in well drained soil in shade to part shade.  Does well on the wet coast

Arisaema serratum Giant Japanese Cobra Lily....... $20.00ea
Ht. 150 cm.  Z5.  Spathe green to dark purple.  Pale green stem mottled with purple brown.  We are offering nice large tubers of this showy plant.

Arisaema sikokianum...................................... $30.00ea
Ht. 15-40cm.  Z5.  Spathe deep purple-brown with white club shaped spadix.  Spadix is completely exposed,  making this a unique and showy Arisaema.  As they mature most will develop silver white markings on the leaves. This is one of the showiest species.  This is the real thing from Japan, not the imposter from China. For spring we offer large tubers. 

Arisaema triphyllum Jack-in-the-Pulpit............   $7.50ea
N.A.Native.  Ht.40-60cm.  Z4.  Two large, three parted leaves. Spathe, purple or bronze with greenish white stripes, followed by red berries in clusters.

Arisaema urashima................................................ $22.00ea
Ht.  25-50cm.  Z5.  Spathe has a white striped base with dark bronze-purple blade that folds over the top.  One to two divided leaves. Large tubers 

Arisarum proboscideum  Mouse Plant...... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht.5-8cm.  Z7.  Spathe erect, gray white beneath and dark brown above, drawn out to a long, ascending tail-like apex. From naturally small tubers.

Armeria maritima `Sea Thrift’.................................. $4.00ea
Native. Ht.20cm. Z3.  Pink pom pom flowers atop grass like foliage. Very showy.

Arnica camissonis Silver Arnica............... 10cm pot $4.00ea.
Native. Ht.30-45cm. Z.A great perennial with bright yellow daisy like flowersand silvery foliage.

Arum dracunculus(Dracunculus vulgaris)........ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 80-100cm.   Z8.  Divided leaves with curled up edges.  Crimson-red spathe with wavy edges and a very dark black-red spadix. Blooms in June or July.  Scarlet red berries last into the fall. This striking plant likes a sunny spot.

Arum italicum `Pictum'............................ 11cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.15-25cm. Z.4-5.  A dwarf form with white mottled leaves and orange-red fruits.

Aruncus aethusifolius Goatsbeard.................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 20-30cm.  Z3.   Forms a compact mound of foliage above which are held  clusters of white flowers in summer.  Full sun to part shade.

Aruncus dioicus ‘Kneiffii’ Goatsbeard............. 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z2.  Very deeply cut glossy green foliage topped with airy plumes of creamy white flowers.

Aruncus Misty Lace  Misty LaceGoatsbeard.. 1gal $15.00.ea
Ht.75cm. Z2.  A compact new hybrid that has pure white blooms and a compact habit.  Very tolerant of heat and humidity.

Aruncus sylvester Goatsbeard.......................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Ht. 1.5-2m.  Z4.  Long, feathery, creamy white blooms (Astilbe-like) with attractive divided foliage.  Blooms June to July.  Full sun to shade. 

Asarum arifolium Evergreen Wild Ginger. 10cm pot $4.50ea
N.A.Native. Ht. 5-10cm. Z4-5. Evergreen.  Triangular dark blue-green leaves splashed in variable patterns of grey and silver. Flowers red-brown and about 3cm long. This is one of the easiest and toughest of the gingers.  Makes a great groundcover.

Asarum canadense Wild Ginger................ 10cm pot $4.50ea
N.A.Native. Ht. 5-10cm. Z3-4. Deciduous.  Light green, hairy, heart shaped leaves make this a particularly attractive ground cover for shade to part sun.  Flowers are tubular and brown red.

Asarum caudatum..................................... 10cmpot $5.00ea
........................................................................ 1gal$12.00ea
Native. Ht. 10-20cm. Z4. Deciduous .  Large, light green heart shaped leaves make this a great ground cover for shade for those with patience as it is slow.

Asarum europeanum ......................................... $6.00ea or 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.10cm Z4-5.  A fantastic slow spreading evergreen groundcover with rounded dark green glossy leaves.   Plant in shade to part sun. Always a favorite.

Asarum forbesii...................................................... $20.00ea
Ht. Z. Long arrowhead shaped foliage most often veined with pewter. The flowers are  chocolate/purple with a white centre.

Asarum hartwegii....................................... 10cm pot$7.50ea
Native. Ht.15cm Z5. A lovely semi-evergreen Ginger with marbled leaves. This is a very slow growing beautiful shade  perennial.  We offer small 3 year old plants.

Asarum maximum Panda faced Ginger.................................... $15.00ea
Ht. 15-25cm. Z5. Large heart-shaped leaves, dark green with silvery markings or marbling.Large flowers are white trumpets, rimmed with black peaking out among the leaves.

Asarum Splendens Select.......................... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.10-16cm.  Z5. Evergreen.  This surprisingly hardy plant has large heart shaped leaves splashed with vivid silver markings.  Flowers large and dark purple.

Asclepias incarnata `Ice Ballet'...................... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht. 80-120cm.  Z3. Stems branched.  Flowers white, scented vanilla. Plant in open sunny area with lots of water. Great around ponds etc.

Asclepias incarnata `Soul Mate'..................... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht. 80-120cm.  Z3. Stems branched.  Flowers off white to light pink set off by deeply red colored bract, scented vanilla. Plant in open sunny area with lots of water. Great around ponds etc.

Asclepias tuberosa `Hello Yellow’................... 1gal $10.00ea
N.A. Native. Ht.50cm. Z3.  A wonderful strain of Milkweed with golden yellow flowers.  Drought tolerant and a butterfly attractant.

Aster subspicatus Douglas Aster....................... 1gal $10.00ea
Native. Ht.50-90cm. Z2.  A relatively large aster with large flowers from bluish purple through to rosy purple. This species ranges from Alaska to Northern California. Blooms in summer.

Aster  eatoni..................................................... 1gal$10.00ea
Native. Ht.60-120cm. Z.  A pretty native aster with purplish blue flowers displayed in tall inflorescence. Sun to partial shade.

Aster chilensis.................................................. 1gal $10.00ea
Native.  Ht.2.5-7.5cm. Z.  Low carpet-like spreading aster has violet flowers with yellow centers in spring. Can tolerate drought and prefers full to part sun.

Aster foliaceus Leafybract Aster.................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Ht.15-60cm. Z.  This aster is quite variable in height and produces flowers that can range in colour from violet, purple, blue or rose with a yellow center

Asteropyrum peltatum........................................... $30.00ea
Ht.15-30cm. Z6.  A rare evergreen species from China with 5 lobed hepatica-like leaves that have a lighter green reticulated pattern.  Single white hepatica-like flowers are held just above the foliage. Shade to part sun in well drained soil.

Astilbes
Astilbes are herbaceous perennials with feathery, plume-like flowers set above mounds of fern-like foliage.  Foliage is half to two-thirds the height of the flowers. All are very easy to grow in shade to part sun in humus-rich soil.  Bloom time:  Early  (early June),  Mid (late June to early July), Late (July to early August).


Astilbe x arendsii `Amethyst'............................ 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 90-100cm. Z3.  Blooms lilac-lavender, mid season.

Astilbe x arendsii `Bressingham Beauty'........... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 90cm.  Z3.  Blooms rich apricot pink, mid season.

Astilbe x arendsii `Bridal Veil'.......................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 70cm.  Z3.  Blooms with crisp white loose plumes, mid season.
     
Astilbe x arendsii `Cattleya'.............................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 100cm.  Z3.  Blooms deep rose, late season.

Astilbe x arendsii `Color Flash'........................ 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 60cm.  Z3.  Ferny leaves that begin chartreuse in spring develop burgundy and purple tones as they mature. Feathery blush-pink plumes appear in midsummer.

Astilbe x arendsii `Color flash Lime'................ 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 60cm.  Z3. Ferny leaves that begin bright yellow in spring later fade to chartreuse as they mature. Feathery blush-pink plumes appear in midsummer.

Astilbe x arendsii `Fanal'................................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  60cm.  Z3.  Blooms deep red, mid season.

 Astilbe x arendsii `Erica'................................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  90cm.  Z3.  Blooms light pink, new foliage burgundy red turning to dark green as it ages, mid season.

 Astilbe x arendsii `Gertrud Brix'...................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 60cm.  Z3.  Blooms bright red, mid season.

Astilbe x arendsii `Jump &Jive'........................ 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  60cm. Z4.  Nice compact dark green foliage with floriferous deep pink red blooms.  Great for growing in a pot.

Astilbe x arendsii `Lollipop'............................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 30cm. Z3.  Nice dwarf variety with fragrant, deer resistant medium pink blooms, mid season.

Astilbe x arendsii `Sister Theresa'...................... 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  60cm. Z4.  Nice compact dark green foliage with lovely pink flowers.  Great for growing in a pot.

Astilbe x arendsii `Weisse Gloria'..................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 80-100cm.  Z3.  Blooms pure white, late season.

Astilbe x chinensis `Milk and Honey’............... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 75cm.  Z3.  Showy flower plumes emerge creamy white and age to soft pink. Foliage is lightly mottled with silver when young. As with other chinensis varieties, this one is more tolerant of sun and drier conditions than other astilbes.

Astilbe x chinensis `Pumila'............................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 30cm.  Z5.  Blooms lilac blue, late season.

Astilbe x chinensis var. taquetii........................ 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 50cm.  Z5.  Blooms dark red, late season.

Astilbe x chinensis var. taquetii `Superba' ....... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 120cm.  Z5.  Blooms lavender purple, late season.

Astilbe x chinensis `Vision in Red'.................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 45cm.  Z3.  Sweetly fragrant purplish red blooms on red stems above bronze green foliage.

Astilbe x chinensis `Vision in White.................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 45cm.  Z3.  Sweetly fragrant white flowered new introduction.

Astilbe x crispa.................................................. 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 25cm.  Z5.  Blooms lilac blue, very late season.  Very similar to `Pumila' but blooms a little later and is a touch darker.

Astilbe x crispa ‘Lilliput’.................................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 20cm.  Z3.  A gorgeous dwarf astilbe with salmon pink flower plumes above crinkly dark green foliage.

Astilbe x crispa ‘Perkeo’.................................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 20cm.  Z3.  A tiny dwarf astilbe with hot pink flower plumes above crinkly dark green foliage with a hint of bronze.

Astilbe glaberrina..................................... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. 6-8cm.  Fl.Ht. 10-15cm. Z6.  This exceptional dwarf species has deep green leaves tinted red beneath and recurved edges.  Flowers mauve, tipped white.  Great for the rock garden.

Astilbe x japonica `Avalanche'......................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 50-60cm.  Z5. Blooms pure white,  mid season.

Astilbe x japonica `Europa'............................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 50-60cm.  Z5.  Blooms light pink, early season.

Astilbe x japonica `Deutschland'...................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 60cm.  Z5.  Blooms pure white, mid season.

Astilbe x japonica `Koln'.................................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 45cm.  Z5.  Blooms  deep pink, mid season.

Astilbe x japonica `Mainz'............................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 50cm.  Z5.  Blooms lilac pink, early season.
     
Astilbe x japonica `Peach Blossom'................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 60cm.  Z5.  Blooms salmon pink,  mid season.

Astilbe x japonica `Radius'.............................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 50-60cm.  Z4. This outstanding new hybrid produces red buds which open to lovely fragrant rose red flowers. Foliage emerges from dormancy deep red and ages to dark green. Blooms mid season.

Astilbe x japonica `Rheinland' ........................ 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 60cm.  Z5.  Blooms bright pink,  mid season.

Astilbe x japonica `Vesuvius'............................. 1gal $9.50ea
Ht.60cm. Z5. Dark red-pink in mid season.

Astilbe rivularis myrantha............................... 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 50-150cm.  Z6.  Blooms are pink and have larger and broader panicles than other astilbes.  Flowers in late August.

Astilbe simplicifolia `Bronze Elegance'............. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 30cm.  Z6.  Salmon pink blooms, Bronze foliage. 

Astilbe simplicifolia `Hennie Graafland'............ 1gal$9.50ea
Flower Ht. 30cm.  Z6.  Blooms pale shell pink, late season.  Can tolerate more sun than other astilbes.

Astilbe simplicifolia `Key West’.......................... 1gal$9.50ea
Flower Ht. 15cm.  Z3.  Very prolific blooms of pink-red above gorgeous dwarf dark burgundy/green foliage.

Astilbe simplicifolia `Moulin Rouge’.................. 1gal$9.50ea
Flower Ht. 15cm.  Z3.  Extremely dwarf, deer resistant  cultivar with very prolific blooms of purple-red above gorgeous dwarf dark burgundy/green foliage.
     
Astilbe simplicifolia `Sprite'.............................. 1gal  $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 30cm.  Z6.  Blooms soft pink,  late season. Can tolerate more sun than other astilbes.

Astilbe simplicifolia `White Sensation’.............. 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 45cm.  Z3.  Bright white blooms,bronze/green foliage.

Astilbe thunbergii `Ostrich Plume'..................... 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht. 75-85cm. Z6.  Blooms soft salmon pink, mid season.

Astilbe ‘Younique Carmine’.............................. 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  40cm. Excellent dwarf variety with an abundance of  fragrant carmine-fuchsia flowers atop compact foliage. The ‘Younique’ series blooms heavily and usually a few weeks earlier than other early varieties.

Astilbe ‘Younique Lilac’................................... 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  40cm. Excellent dwarf variety with an abundance of fragrant lilac pink flowers atop compact foliage. The ‘Younique’ series blooms heavily and usually a few weeks earlier than other early varieties.

Astilbe ‘Younique Silvery Pink’......................... 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  40cm. Excellent dwarf variety with an abundance of fragrant soft silvery  pink flowers atop compact foliage. The ‘Younique’ series blooms heavily and usually a few weeks earlier than other early varieties.

Astilbe ‘Younique White’.................................. 1gal $9.50ea
Flower Ht.  40cm. Excellent dwarf variety with an abundance of fragrant white flowers atop compact foliage. The ‘Younique’ series blooms heavily and usually a few weeks earlier than other early varieties.

Astilboides tabularis........................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.90cm. Z3.  This is a great large, bold perennial to plant pondside or in a cool, shady part of the garden. Huge, rounded, tropical looking leaves are accented with tall spikes of astilbe-like creamy white flower plumes in late spring to early summer.

Astrantia carniolica `Rubra' Masterwort......... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 20-30cm.  Z5.  Simply an old fashioned perennial that never goes out of fashion.  The deep pink buds first appear in June, and as they open, the bracts remain a deep reddish pink both inside and out, with attractive veining.

Astrantia major Masterwort........................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.  50-60cm.  Z5.  A good summer blooming perennial with greenish pink flowers in clusters that are surrounded by pinkish green bracts,  giving a star-like effect.   Sun to semi-shade.

Astrantia major `Buckland'............................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z.3. This selection has very large creamy flowers.

Astrantia major `Hadspen Blood'................... 1gal $12.50ea
Ht.75cm Z.3. Very vigorous form with nice mounding habit and blood red flowers. Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Lars'..................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.80cm.  Z3.  This selection has totally red flowers.

Astrantia major `Lola'.................................... 1gal $12.50ea
Ht.60cm Z.3. Nice mounding habit and large dark pink buds which open to pink flowers. Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Magnum Blush'.................... 1gal $12.50ea
Ht.60cm Z.3. Very vigorous form with nice mounding habit and large dark pink buds which open to lovely ivory flowers blushed pink.

Astrantia major `Pink Pride'........................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z.3. A new variety with pink flowers set in silvery bracts.

Astrantia major `Roma'.................................. 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.60cm Z.3. This continuous bloomer has light red flowers with silvery pink bracts.

Astrantia major `Ruby Wedding'..................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z.3. Lovely clusters of ruby red flowers bloom freely all summer and again in fall.

Astrantia major `Star of Beauty’..................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z.5. Showy bracts with burgundy-purple edges and a glowing white center.  Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Star of Billion’...................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z4. Pretty pure white flower bracts.  Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Star of Fire’.......................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z.5. Showy bracts of burgundy-red with white centers. Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Star of Heaven’.................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm Z3. Lovely white flower bracts with green tips and an unusual red accent in the center. Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Star of Summer’................... 1gal $13.50ea
Ht.40cm Z3.  Purple red flowers with a white interior. Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia major `Sunningdale Variegata'........ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.70cm Z.3. Distinctive silver to soft pink blooms rise above large pointed leaves marked with cream and yellow.  Blooms freely all summer.

Astrantia `Temptation Star’ Masterwort.......... 1gal $12.50ea
Ht. 50cm.  Z3.  Lovely lavender pink flowers with pale centers.

Astrantia major `Vanilla Gorilla'.................... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.70cm Z.3. Wonderful variegated foliage. Creamy markings on the leaf edges and random blue gray markings make this plant unique. Add in silvery pink flowers in summer and pink highlights on the foliage in colder weather and you get this great new introduction.

Balsamorhiza sagittata........................................... $10.00ea
Native. Ht.20-60cm. z3-4.  Large arrow shaped leaves and large yellow sunflower-like flowers. This plant prefers an open woodland setting.

Baptisia australis  False Indigo....................... 1gal $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.95cm. Z3. Large perennial with clear violet-blue flowers. Plant in well drained soil in full sun to part shade.

Baptisia ‘Purple Smoke’................................ 1gal $12.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.90cm. Z3. Smoky purple blooms.

Beesia calthifolia................................................... $20.00ea
Ht.15-30cm. Z6.  A rarely offered evergreen perennial from China with gorgeous glossy heart shaped leaves intriquitely covered with a network of lighter green veination.  Leaves turn a purple-red in winter. Small white flowers in short racemes on purple stems displayed above the foliage. Shade to part sun in well drained soil. Showy year round.

Begonia grandis......................................... 10cm pot$6.00ea
Ht.60-80cm. Z6. A hardy begonia with fragrant pink flowers and olive green leaves with red veins and red beneath.   Plant in shade to part sun, mulch in Zone 5 for winter protection.

Begonia grandis alba................................................ $6.00ea
Ht.60-80cm Z6.  A  white flowered form of this hardy begonia.

Begonia sinensis Hardy Begonia................................ $6.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z7. Creamy pink flowers over vibrant foliage.  Prefers part sun in rich, well drained soil.

Belamcanda chinensis  Blackberry Lily.................. $10.00ea
Ht.75cm. Z5.  This unusual member of the Iris family has bold fan shaped leaves topped with striking orange flowers with darker red spots.  When the seed capsules split open they reveal shiny black seed clusters (hence the common name).  Prefers a partly shaded to fully  sunny spot.

Bergenia `Baby Doll'....................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z2.   Evergreen.  Large rounded, fleshy, somewhat serrated green leaves.  Good soft pink flower which darkens so that each plant has flowers with several shades of pink. Blooms in April to May.  Prefers sun to part shade in any soil.

Bergenia  `Bressingham White'........................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z2. Evergreen. White  bell shaped flowers mature to soft pink. Large deep green leaves with copper-red highlights.

Bergenia  `Eden’s Dark Margin'..................... 1gal $13.50ea
Ht.30cm. Z2. Evergreen.  Purplish-red flowers with leathery maroon-green foliage with a fine pencil line of red on the edges.

Bergenia  `Eroica'........................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z2. Evergreen. Deep pink-red blooms with large deep green leaves with copper-red highlights.

Bergenia Silberlicht......................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.40. Z2. A nice form with silvery white flowers.

Bergenia `Winterglut'..................................... 1 gal $10.00ea
Ht.45cm. Z2. Thick clusters of florescent red flowers and dark green foliage .  Fantastic red fall highlights

Boykinia elata ................................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Native. Ht. 30cm.  Z 7.  A mounding perennial with attractive maple like leaves and clusters of white flowers.

Bulbocodium vernum.............................. 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.10cm.  Z4.  Colchicum-like rosy purple flowers in late winter to early spring.  This bulb makes a great companion for snowdrops or other early spring blooming plants and bulbs.

Brodiaea coronaria Harvest Brodiaea....... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Native.  Ht. 20-30 cm.  Z8.  Starlike bluish-violet to lilac flowers with light colored throat.  Blooms June-July.  Very narrow grass-like leaves.  Mature bulbs are small,  pea-sized.

Brunnera macrophylla................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 10-20cm.  Z4.  Blue, forget-me-not-like flowers appear in May til June.  Leaves bright green and heart-shaped.  Prefers shade to semi-shade but will thrive in sun if soil is moist.

Brunnera macrophylla `Emerald Mist'............ 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z2.  A great new selection with more silvery barring on the leaf and a dusting of silver over the entire leaf.

Brunnera macrophylla `Hadspen Cream'....... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z2.  This selection has green leaves with very thin yellow edges that mature to cream.  A very stable variegation that does not revert. Plant in shade to semi sun in humus rich garden soil.

Brunnera macrophylla `Jack Frost'................ 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z2.  This early spring bloomer produces stunning mounds of silver foiled foliage topped with sprays of blue.

Brunnera macrophylla `Langtrees'.................. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z2.  This selection has green leaves with silvery spots and the typical blue flowers. Plant in shade to semi sun.

Brunnera  macrophylla  ` Looking Glass’ ............. $15.75ea
Ht. 45cm.Z2. The foliage of this sport of B. Jack Frost emerges apple-green with silvery foiling and ages to stunning completely silver.  Blue forget-me-not-like flowers in spring.

Brunnera macrophylla `Silver Wings'.............. 1gal $17.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z2.  A very vigorous form with clear and regular silver markings on nice green foliage.  Blue flowers. Plant in shade to semi sun in humus rich garden soil.

Brunnera macrophylla `Variegata'.................. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z2.  This selection has green leaves with large clear white edges and purple blue flowers. Plant in shade to semi sun.

Cacalia delphinifolia............................................. $16.00ea
Ht.30-90cm. Z5.  A shade plant from Japan with  mounds of showy, shiny maple-like leaves.  Tubular white flowers are held on racemes above the foliage

Calceolaria sp.......................................................... $5.00ea
Ht. 10-20cm. Z6.   An easy to grow white flowered calceolaria that spreads to make a nice small scale groundcover.

Caltha palustris alba....White marsh Marigold.........10cm pot $6.00ea
Lovely white flowers very early in the year. Grows in normal garden soil or in damp moist areas. Great beside a pond.


Camassias
Camas was an essential part of the diet of many groups of Native peoples throughout the plants range, but do not dig them in the wild to eat as an associated bulb `Death Camas', is very posionous. These onion-like bulbs multiply quickly, naturalizing well, and are best grown in sun to light shade. All species have star shaped flowers borne on a terminal flower spike.

Camassia cusickii Cusick's Camas................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 80-120cm.  Z5.  Large bulbs up to 250 grams each! Multiplies freely.  The tall stem carries sky blue flowers.

Camassia leichtlinii Great Camas.................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 80-120cm.  Z5.  Bulb is usually a little bigger than a golf ball. Flower is a deep, dark purple.  Very showy.

Camassia leichtlinii alba White Great Camas. 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 80-120cm.  Z5.  Clear, clean white flowers make this a very striking plant. This is not white death camas, that is a different species.

Camassia leichtlinii `San Juan'...................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 80-120cm.  Z5.  This form is a darker blue than the species and is found native throughout the San Juan and Gulf Islands.

Camassia leichtlinii `Semi-plena'....................... 1gal $12.50
Native.  Fl.Ht. 80-120cm. Z3.  This is a rare semi-double flowered form with creamy white to yellow flowers.

Camassia quamash Common Camas........ 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 30-70cm.  Z5.  Small bulbs, multiply very quickly.  Flower color medium blue. Great for naturalising.

Camassia quamash `Blue Melody'........... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht.20-30cm. Z5.  A very striking garden selection with variegated foliage and blue flowers.Special  10 for $35.00.

Camassia quamash `Orion'...................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Ht. 20-35cm.  Z5.  This selection has deep violet blue flowers. Smaller near bloom sized bulbs.

Camassia quamash `San Juan'................ 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Fl.Ht. 30-70cm.  Z5.  Darker blue than typical.

Campanula sarastro .............................................. $10.00ea
Ht.45cm. Z4. Strong, upright stems bear large bell shaped, hanging, icy deep purple blooms in summer. Deadheading will ensure multitudes of blooms. Prefers full sun to light shade.

Cardamine pulcherrima............... $5.00ea
Native. Ht. 20-30cm. From a small rhizome emerges this charming spring ephemeral With dark green waxy leaves and lovely pinkish flowers in clusters above the leaves.

Cardiocrinum giganteum ........... $23.99ea
Young plants ............................................... $7.50ea
Ht.200-300cm. Z5. From large bulbs. White trumpet shaped flowers, 15-20cm long with red throat are held in clusters of 10-20 atop giant leafy stems. Leaves are large, to 40cm long. The bulbs are monocarpic, they die after blooming but leave behind numerous bulblets which will bloom in 3-4 years. This spectacular flowering bulb is best in shade to part sun. Special three large bulbs for $60.00

 

Caulophyllum thalictroides Blue Cohosh......... 1gal $12.00ea
N.A. Native. Ht. 30-75cm. Z 4-5.  Bronzy divided foliage and bright blue fruits.

Cautleya gracilis (C.lutea)...................................... $12.00ea
Ht. 40-60cm. Z7. This Ginger relative from the Himalayan foothills of Kashmir has slender leaves and bright yellow flowers in terminal spikes followed by black fruit.  .

Cautleya spicata..................................................... $12.00ea
Ht. 40-60cm. Z7. This Ginger relative from the Himalayan foothills of Kashmir has slender leaves and yellow-orange flowers highlighted by bright red bracts in terminal spikes followed by black fruit. 

Cerastium arvense Field Chickweed........... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht. 10-40cm. Z3. This native Snow-in-the-summer  forms a  small trailing mat with showy white flowers in the summer.  Each petal is notched.

Chaerophyllum hirsutum 'Roseum'................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.100-120cm. Z6.   Showy pink umbels float above feathery finely cut foliage in the spring.   Use as an bold accent plant in the woodland garden.

Chamaelirium luteum Fairy Wand......... 11cm pot $12.99ea
N.A.Native.  Flower Ht.15-30cm.  Z3. A rarely offered native with a basal rosette of leaves and 10-30cm tall flower stems that are topped with masses of small, tightly packed white flowers.   Plant in partial shade.

Chelone lyonii................................................. 1gal $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht. 60cm. Z4. This species of turtlehead has deep pink flowers in late summer to early fall.  In spring the new emerging growth has a bronzy appearance fading to a luscious green.  Full sun to full shade.

Chelone obliqua Turtlehead........................... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 40-60 cm.  Z5.  Deep rose flower spikes bloom August to October.  Individual flowers resemble a turtles head with its mouth open.  Lance shaped dark green glossy leaves.  Excellent fall blooming perennial.

Chelone obliqua `Alba' White Turtlehead...... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht.  40-60cm.  Z5.  This selection has pure white flowers. Another great late season bloomer.

Chionographis japonica ........10cm pot $15.00ea
A rarely offered member of the lily family from Japan with a flat rosette of near evergreen leaves and spikes of white lightly scented flowers.

Chrysoplenium sp. Golden Saxifrage........................ $5.00ea
Ht.20cm. Z3.   A great groundcover for shade with masses of yellow flowers in early spring.

Chloranthus japonicus............................................. $8.00ea
Ht.20-35cm. Z4. Choice, rarely seen shade perennial with a showy spike of white bottlebrush flowers in spring atop a whorl of four leaves.

Chloranthus serratus................................................ $8.00ea
Ht.20-35cm. Z4.  A shade woodlander from Japan. Each stem typically has four leaves with twin spikes of small white flowers held above.

Cimicifuga acerina................................................. $10.00ea
Ht.60-80cm. Z5.  Leaves all basal with long pointed lobes.  White fragrant flower racemes to 35cm in length. Another great fall bloomer.

Cimicifuga racemosa `Atropurpurea'.............. 1gal $12.99ea
Ht. 125cm.  Z4.  This form has dark purplish leaves.

Cimicifuga racemosa var. cordifolia Black Snakeroot
...................................................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 1.2-2m.  Z4.  Yellowish white to pale amber branched flower spikes on stiff, black, wiry stems bloom August to October.  Exceptional fall bloomer.  Fragrant.  Prefers moist soil and full sun to semi-shade.

Cimicifuga ramosa `Brunette'.......................... 1gal $22.00ea
Ht. 1-1.4m.  Z4.  An incredibly dark foliaged form with a rich purplish black color.  Very fragrant white flowers in summer.

Cimicifuga ramosa 'Pink  Spike'............................ $22.00ea
Ht.125cm. Z3.  Spires of pinkish-white blooms atop deep purple foliage.

Cimicifuga simplex White Pearl Bugbane........ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 1-1.4m.  Z4.  Feathery fragrant white flower spikes bloom in August to October.  Very effective when massed in a moist shady to semi-shade site.

Cimicifuga simplex ‘Black Negligee’...................... $25.00ea
Ht.150cm. Z3.  Spires of pinkish-white blooms rise above dark purple foliage.

Cimicifuga simplex ‘Hillside Black Beauty’.... 1gal $30.00ea
Ht. 1-1.4m.  Z4.  Creamy white flower plumes and contrasting near black foliage.  Very effective when massed in a moist shady to semi-shade site.

Conandron ramondioides ‘Akabana’..................... $24.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z7.  This pretty perennial from Japan features star shaped dark pink flowers in summer. Prefers well drained soil in partial shade.

Conandron ramondioides ‘Momobana’................. $24.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z7.  This pretty perennial from Japan features star shaped pink flowers in summer. Prefers well drained soil in partial shade.

Convallaria majalis Lily of the Valley...................... $4.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z2.  White fragrant flowers make this a popular ground cover.

Convallaria majalis Dorien ..................................... $4.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z2.  The best variety of Lily of the Valley for cutting with scented white flowers.

Convallaria majalis Flore pleno............................. $12.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z2.  Double white fragrant flowers.

Convallaria majalis Rosea Pink flowered Lily of the valley
............... 10cm pot $6.00ea
Ht.158-20cm. Z2.  This form of lily of the valley has scented clear pink flowers.

Convallaria majalis Variegata ..............................  $10.00ea
Ht.158-20cm. Z2.  This form of lily of the valley has dark green leaves with numerous narrow bright yellow lines running the length of the leaf blade.

Convallaria majuscula American Lily of the Valley. $5.00ea
Ht.25-35cm. Z4. A lovely woodland plant similar to the familiar lily of the valley.

Cornus canadensisBunchberry ................ 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Ht. 19-20 cm.  Z2.  Small white (typical dogwood like) flowers with greenish purple centres bloom atop clusters of ovate mid-green leaves and are followed by red berries. An excellent groundcover for peaty, woodland soils.  Shade to semi-shade.

Coptis japonica var. dissecta................................... $8.00ea
Ht.20cm. Z4.  A small evergreen woodland perennial from Japan with dissected fern-like foliage  (looks like parsley).  Starry flowers on dark reddish stems in early spring followed by pinwheels of reddish seed pods in fall.

Cortusa mattholi.......................................... 10cm pot $4.50
Z7. Fuzzy leaves, pink flowers on slender stalk in summer. Looks like a primula.


Corydalis
Attractive clumps of dainty divided leaves are similar to those of the closely related Bleeding Hearts.  Clusters of spurred flowers are held slightly above the foliage.  Effective in rock crevices and woodland gardens in shade to semi-shade.

Corydalis cava (C. bulbosa)..................... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.15cm. Z6. Nice bluish purple flowers in April. From a bulb.

Corydalis elata........................................ 11cm pot $11.99ea
Ht. Z5-6.  A wonderful new species similar to C.flexuosa but with darker blue flowers and broader leaves.

Corydalis flexuosa `China Blue'..................... 10cm  $5.00ea
Ht. 40cm.  Z5..  This form of C. flexuosa is slightly taller than `Blue Panda' and the flowers are darker. Fragrant. Blooms all summer long in humus-rich soil in shade to semi-shade. Often summer dormant.

Corydalis flexuosa Award of Merit Form 10cm pot $5.00ea Ht. 30cm.  Z4.  A form that has been awarded The award of merit by the RHS. in England. Clear blue flowers. Often summer dormant.

Corydalis flexuosa ‘Pere David’............... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.  30cm.  Z4.  Another English selection with rich blue flowers. A  real spreader with reddish purple leaf markings. For us this has been the best performing C. flexuosa as well as the one least likely to go dormant in the summer.

Corydalis flexuosa Purple leaved Form.... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z4.  Another English selection with rich blue flowers and reddish purple  leaf markings. One of the best forms. Often summer dormant.

Corydalis scouleri................................................... $15.00ea
Native. Z6 Ht.to 1M.  Lovely native perennial with grey green foliage and racemes of pink to white blooms in early summer.

Corydalis solida `Beth Evans’................. 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.15-25cm. Z6. A form with abundant soft pink flowers with a white throat. From bulb.

Corydalis solida `George Baker’........... 10cm pot $9.50ea
Ht.15-25cm. Z6. Striking red flowers. From bulb.

Corydalis solida incisa............................ 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.15-25cm. Z6. A mix of the colours from the C. solida series. From bulb.

Corydalis solida `Penza Strain’................ 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.15cm. Z4. A strain from Russia with an amazing array of colours from white, pink blue, purple to red. Forms nice colonies over time. From bulb.

Corydalis quantmeyerana `Chocolate Star’........... $15.00ea
Ht. 25-40cm. Z5. A very interesting new plant with chocolatey colored foliage and white flowers.

Cosmos atrosanguineus Chocolate Cosmos 11cm pot $7.00ea
Ht.60-90cm.  Z6.  An unusual tuberous perennial with dark maroon flowers with a strong chocolate aroma.  These emerge late in the spring or early summer.  The tubers can be lifted in cooler areas.

Crambe cordifolia Colewort............................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 150-200cm.  Z6.  Enormous, rounded, irregularly toothed leaves create a large mound of dark greenery, above which arises a branching stem of numerous baby's breath-like fragrant flowers.

Crocosmia`Babylon'....................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.75cm. Z5.  Large flowers of clear orange-red. The paler center is ringed by a series of brown marks.

Crocosmia × crocosmiiflora 'Carmin Brilliant' AGM................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60cm.  Z7.  Sword-shaped foliage. Award of Garden Merit form with complex colors of carmine red and orange-pink flowers.

Crocosmia`Ember Glow'................................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.75cm. Z5.  Vibrant burnt scarlet red blooms above gladiolus-like foliage. 

Crocosmia`Emily Mackenzie'.......................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z7.  Sword-shaped foliage and spikes of orange flowers with red accents. 

Crocosmia `George Davidson'......................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60-120cm.  Z7.  Sword-shaped foliage and spikes of canary yellow flowers. Forms large clumps in time.

Crocosmia `Kathleen'........................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 65cm.  Z6.  Sword-shaped foliage. Scarlet buds open to orange flowers with pale yellow center and crimson markings on the reverse.

Crocosmia`Limpopo'...................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.75cm. Z5.  Large flowers of clear coral pink with yellow throat.

Crocosmia `Lucifer'........................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60-120cm.  Z7.  Sword-shaped foliage and spikes of brilliant red flowers. Forms large clumps in time.

Crocosmia masoniorum........................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 150cm.  Z6.  Sword-shaped foliage and spikes of brilliant orange red flowers. Forms large clumps in time.

Crocosmia ‘Severn Sunrise’.................................... $10.00ea
Ht.90cm. Z6. A superb variety which has branched stems packed with cantaloupe orange flowers which fade to pink to give a stunning show.

Crocosmia ‘ Twilight Fairy Crimson’.................................. $10.00ea
Ht.45cm. Z6. Bronzy foliage and spikes of red flowers.

    Hardy Cyclamens
Tuberous rooted perennials.  Grown for pretty white, pink, or rose flowers that resemble shooting stars (highly reflexed).  Attractive leaves in basal clumps.  Plant in shade to semi-shade in humus-rich soil. These are seed grown by us and offered as young plants with small tubers.

Cyclamen coum........................................ 11cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. 10-15cm.  Z6.  Deep, crimson rose to pale pink flowers with a white eye at the base with a darker spot above it.  Rounded, deep green leaves with dark green or silver markings; undersides red.  Blooms January to April.

Cyclamen coum album............................ 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z6.  These are seedlings grown from forms that have white flowers and a deep violet nose.  Leaves plain green or lightly mottled.  Blooms in late winter to early spring.    

Cyclamen coum dark rose flowered form    10cm pot$8.00ea
Ht.10-15cm.  Z6.  A uniform deep crimson rose color.

Cyclamen coum Patterned Leaved Form.. 11cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.10-15cm.  Z6.  Deep, crimson rose to pale pink flowers with a white eye at the base with a darker spot above it.  All have some silver or grayish marking on the leaves.

Cyclamen hederifolium = C.neapolitanum 11cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.10cm.  Z6.  Large, green, ivy shaped leaves marbled silver and white. Rose to dark pink flowers with a dark spot at the base.  Blooms August to October. After a few years these tend to naturalize (self sowing) making a beautiful groundcover for the winter and a great floral display in early fall.

Cyclamen hederifoliun album................... 11cm pot $9.99ea
Ht.10-15cm.  Z6.  A white flowered form of the species.
 
Cyclamen hederifolium long leaved form 11cm pot $10.00ea
Ht.10cm.  Z6.  Elongated leaves with silver markings. Fantastic.

Cyclamen intaminatum  Young Plant....... 10cm pot $7.50ea
Ht.10-15cm.  Z8.  Lightly marbled green leaves with lighter green undersides sometimes marked with purple.  Flowers are white to pale pink with grey venation.

Cypripediums   .............................. see Hardy Orchid Section

Cynanchum ascyrifolium....................................... $18.00ea
Ht.50cm. Z5.  An attractive medium to large perennial from Japan that produces a well behaved clump.  Waxy white flowers are produced in large loose racemes. Also known as the mosquito Trap as the flowers entrap mosquitoes and other small insects.

Darmera peltata  Indian Rhubarb ................... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht 60-70cm.  Z5.  Large, dark green, deeply lobed leaves, 30cm in diameter, occasionally to 60cm.  Pink flowers appear before the leaves in clusters on a stout stem in April.

Darmera peltata Dwarf Form ................................ $10.00ea
N.A. Native. Ht. 20-55cm. Z6.  A dwarf form of this wonderful foliage plant with lovely deep lobed leaves and pink flowers in early spring.  Grow it  in lean soil.

Darlingtonia californica Cobra Lily........................ $12.00ea
Ht. 90cm. Z7.  We offer young three year old seedlings of this wonderful showy Sarracenia-like carnivorous plant.  Nice sturdy plants, 5-10cm tall.  Plant in peat moss with a little sand in full sun. Never fertilise.

Deinanthe bifida...................................................one per prder. $12.99ea
Ht.20-40cm. Z4.  This is a beautiful Hydrangea relative from China (and Japan) that grows to become a lovely, bushy shrub-like plant with each leaf divided in 2 at the tip. Pretty nodding white flowers are produced in the summer. Prefers moist, well drained loamy soil in shade to part sun.

Deinanthe caerulea..............................................one per order. $24.00ea
Ht.50cm. Z4.  This is a beautiful Chinese Hydrangea relative that grows to become a lovely, bushy shrub-like plant with each leaf divided in 2 at the tip. Lovely nodding violet blue  flowers are produced in the summer. Prefers moist, well drained loamy soil in shade to part sun.

Delphinium menziesii Menzies’ Larkspur................. $6.00ea
Native. Ht.20-75cm. Z3. From a small tuber arises this lovely larkspur with blue to purple flowers (occasionally yellow). It is usually associated with the grassy bluffs of Garry Oak meadows.

Delphinium nuttallii Upland Larkspur...................... $6.00ea
Native. Ht.20-60cm. Z4. From a small tuber arises this Larkspur with blue to purple (occasionally yellow) flowers. It is associated with Garry Oak meadows within its range.

Delphinium tricorne Dwarf Larkspur....................... $5.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.45cm. Z4. Lovely small early blooming woodland perennial with finely cut foliage and clusters of dark blue to violet flowers.  Grows from a very small tuber.

Delphinium trolliifolium  Columbian Larkspur......... $5.00ea
Native. Ht.100cm. Z4. Tall spikes of violet blue flowers with white upper petals in the center.  Shiny finely cut foliage from a small tuber.

Dentaria diphylla Toothwort................................... $4.50ea
Ht. 10-20cm. Z6. Two  leaves each divided into three lobes with white flowers held on slender stems above. New growth a wonderful bronzy red.  Small fleshy tubers.

Dentaria laciniata.................................................... $4.50ea
Ht. 10-20cm. Z6. Clusters of pinkish white flowers rise above lacy dark green foliage in early spring.  Arises from a small tuber.  Plant in shade to sun in rich, well drained soil.

Dicentra ‘Burning Hearts’...................................... $15.00ea
Ht.25cm. Z3.  A new hybrid with heart shaped, deep red flowers outlined with creamy white on arching stems above delicate, mounding  blue-green ferny foliage.

Dicentra ‘King of Hearts’....................................... $10.00ea
Ht.25cm. Z3.  A new hybrid with heart shaped, rich carmine rose  flowers on arching stems above delicate mounding blue-green ferny foliage.

Dicentra canadensis Squirrel Corn........... 10cm pot  $4.50ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 20-30cm.  Z3.  Fragrant flowers are white tinged mauve with yellow tips.  Finely cut bluish basal leaves arise from small yellow tubers.  Shade to part sun.

Dicentra cucullaria Dutchmans Breeches.. 10cm pot $4.50ea
N.A.Native. Ht. 20-40cm. Z3.   Glaucous, triangular leaves arise from small tubers.  Pendulous flowers are white to pink with yellow tips and two inflated appendages.  Flowers in April to May and goes into dormancy in early summer.
 
Dicentra eximia `Luxuriant' Fringed Bleeding Heart 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 25-40cm.  Z3.  Dark blue-green ferny foliage. Flowers dark cherry red.  Blooms April to August.  Semi-shade to full sun in humus-rich soil.

Dicentra formosa Western Bleeding-heart...... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native.  Ht. 25-45cm.  Z3.  Rose pink, slightly reflexed heart shaped flowers extend above mounds of grey-green fern-like foliage.  Thrives in shade to semi-shade in humus-rich soil.

Dicentra formosa `King of Hearts'................... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht. 25cm.  Z3.  Deep pink flowers with greyish blue foliage.

Dicentra spectablis Common Bleeding Heart.. 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 60-80cm.  Z3.  Rose red heart-shaped flowers with glistening white protruding inner petals.  Grey-green leaves.  Blooms May and June.  Humus-rich soil in shade to semi-shade.
     
Dicentra spectabilis alba White Bleeding Heart 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 60-80cm.  Z3. A lovely pure white flowered form of D. spectabilis.

Dicentra spectablis ‘Gold Heart’.................... 1gal  $15.00ea
Ht. 60-80cm.  Z3.  This selection has lovely golden yellow foliage and the same showy flowers.  Foliage color is best in strong light.

Dichelostemma congestum                         10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht.30-90cm. Z7-8. A nice native bulb with heliotrope blue flowers in early summer and grass-like leaves.

Dichelostemma x venusta Pink Diamond. 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht.30-90cm. Z7-8. A nice native bulb with rosy magenta flowers with inner white segments.

Dichocarpum nipponicum (Isopyrum nipponicum) ...... $12.99ea
Ht.15-25cm Z6. This charming woodland species from Japan with divided leaves forms dense mounds, bearing pendant funnel-shaped creamy flowers often tinted purple-red at the base of the petals. Best in a leafy soil in full to part shade.

Dictamnus albus albiflorus..................................... $10.00ea
Ht. 60cm. Z2. Spikes of white lemon scented blooms.

Dictamnus albus rosea........................................... $10.00ea
Ht. 60cm. Z2. Spikes of purple-pink lemon scented blooms.

Dierama dracomontanum....................... 10cm pot  $5.00ea
Ht. 30-100.  Z8. Flowers pale to deep rose pink, purple , pink, deep coral on arching stems.

Dierama igneum...................................... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. 45-90cm. Z8-9.  Similar to D. pulcherrimum.  These are seedlings grown from a form with tomato red bell shaped flowers.

Dierama parviflorum................................ 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.40-85cm. Z8.  A nice Dierama with light to dark pinkish-mauve bell shaped flowers.  Foliage is often absent at the time of flowering.

Dierama pulcherrimum Angel’s Fishing rod 10cmpot $5.00ea
Ht.90cm  Z8.  From a corm come grass-like leaves with arching flower stems bearing deep magenta bell shaped flowers. Multiplies into large showy clumps.

Dienanthe is correctly spelled Deinanthe

Diphylleia cymosa Umbrella leaf............................ $15.00ea
N.A.Native.Ht.30-75cm. Z5   A bold perennial with very large glossy green umbrella like leaves up to 50cm wide.  Clusters of white flowers are followed by blue fruits held above the foliage on red stems.   An awesome bold perennial.

Diphylleia grayi Japanese Umbrella Leaf 12cm pot $25.00ea
Ht.30-60cm Z5. Clusters of white flowers held above very  large twin leaves followed by blue fruits.  Great bold  addition to the woodland.

Disporopsis perneyi.................................. 11cm pot $6.00ea
Ht. Z5-6.  This is an evergreen relative of Disporum with white bell shaped flowers and bluish black fruit.  Part shade to shade in humus-rich soil. 

Disporum cantoniense .............................. 11cm pot$9.99ea
Ht. Z6. This is a wonderful Disporum with red or white elongated bell shaped flowers in clusters along branching stems. These are followed by blue fruit.  We finally have some to sell.

Disporum flavens.................................................... $11.99ea
Ht.30-60cm.  A wonderful woodland fairy bells from China with large showy yellow hanging bells in mid spring.

Disporum hookerii  Hooker's Fairy Bells................ $10.00ea
Native. Ht.100cm. Z7.  A lovely woodland perennial with creamy white hanging bell shaped flowers in umbels. Followed by striking yellow to orange berries.

Disporum lanuginosum............................ 11cm pot $8.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.50-90cm. Z5. Yellowish bells interspersed along branched stems followed by reddish orange fruits.

Disporum maculatum Spotted Fairy Bells............... $10.00ea
Ht.30-60cm.  Creamy white flowers covered in small purple spots. We were delighted to see these bloom this year.

Disporum sessile ‘Awa no Tsuki’............................ $30.00ea
Ht.30-40cm. Z4. This absolutely beautiful, ‘must have’ Disporum cultivar comes to us from Shikoku Island, Japan. Rounded dark green leaves have a large golden yellow central variegation and are stunning in a shaded woodland garden where it will spread to make a lovely carpet. Pendant white flowers adorn this beauty in spring. It is a small plant.

Disporum sessile Yellow Margin Tweetie ........10cm pot $16.00ea
This is a Japanese variegated cultivar of D. sessile with broad oval leaves striped and frosted with white lines and streaking. Some leaves have clearly defined lines of color and others have indistinct frosted lines.

Disporum sessile Variegatum..................... 10cmpot $8.99ea
N.A.Native.  Ht.40-60cm.  Z7.  Flowers white, tips tinged green, solitary or clusters. Leaves broadly striped cream.  An excellent variegated plant for the woodland garden.

Disporum smilacinum flore plena.......... 10cm pot  $10.00ea
Native.  Ht. 50cm.  Z5.   We are proud to offer this very rare plant with double creamy white flowers.  Makes a slow spreading clump in shade to part sun in humus rich soil.

Disporum smilacinum ‘Kino Tsukasa’.................. $20.00ea
Ht. 10cm.  Z4.   This showy cultivar from Japan has dark green foliage that is prominently marked throughout  with yellow.  It is easy to grow in a woodland setting in humus rich soil. The Japanese name translates to ‘yellow umbrella’. It is a small plant.

Disporum smithii Large flowered FairyBell 10cm pot  $5.00ea
Native.  Ht. 50-90cm.  Z7.  Large, 3cm, creamy bell-shaped flowers hang from the tips of branched stems and bloom in late spring; followed by brilliant orange, football-shaped berries.  Plant in shade to semi-shade.

 

Dodecatheons
Shooting stars are herbaceous perennials with green leaves held in rosettes that dry up and disappear in early summer.  The nodding cyclamen-like flowers resemble a shooting star streaking across the sky.  All do best in half sun, half shade.

Dodecatheon alpinum Alpine Shooting Star 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht. 20cm.  Z4.  An alpine species with pale lavender to deep magenta flowers.

Dodecatheon cusickii Cusick's Shooting Star 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Flower Ht. 20-30cm. Z5.  Leaves are pubescent giving them a grey green appearance. Flowers similar to D.pulchellum with a shorter heavier flower stalk.

Dodecatheon dentatum White Shooting Star 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Flower Ht.15-40cm.  Z5.  This Dodecatheon is unique in that it has toothed leaves and showy white flowers. Easy.

Dodecatheon hendersonii Broad‑leaved Shooting Star.....
........................................................... 10cm pot $4.50ea
Native.  Flower Ht. 30-50cm.  Z5.  Flowers deep purple to pale-pink with a ring of clear yellow at the base of each lobe.  Leaves are unmistakable, being thick, shiny, smooth, broadly oval  and pressed firmly to the ground. Exceptional.

Dodecatheon jeffreyii Shooting Star................ 10cm $5.00ea
Native. Fl.Ht.30-50cm. Z4.  Flowers deep red-pink to purple, with corolla lobe strongly reflexed.  Narrow upright leaves.

Dodecatheon macrocarpum..................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht.20-50cm.  Z4.  A species most often considered to be a variety of D.pulchellum.  A nice selection with fleshier leaves and predominantly dark magenta purple flowers.

Dodecatheon meadia alba....................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
N.A.Native. Flower Ht. 20-30cm. Z5.  This a white form of the species that in some areas in nature is wide spread.

Dodecatheon pulchellum ......................... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Flower Ht. 20-50cm.  Z4.  Flowers bright rose-purple with a ring of deep-yellow at the base which is overlaid with a zig-zag trim of rose purple.  Delightful.

Dodecatheon pulchellum `Sooke' Sooke Shooting Star
................................................................. 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Flower Ht. 20-35cm.  Z5.  This naturally occuring form found on Southern Vancouver Island has deep rose pink flowers on a stiffer more compact stem. Leaves thicker and more rounded than the species.

Dracocephalum parviflorum Dragon Head............    $4.00ea
Native. Ht.90cm.  Z7.  Spikes of pale blue to violet flowers.

Dracunculus vulgaris (Arum dracunculus)..... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 80-100cm.   Z8.  Leaves divided with edges curled up.  Crimson-red spathe with wavy edges and a very dark black-red spadix. Blooms in June or July.  Scarlet red berries last into the fall.  This striking plant likes a sunny spot in well drained soil.

Doronicum orientale `Little Leo’.................    1gal $10.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z2.  Cheerful semidouble yellow daisies in abundance .

Drosera rotundifolia Round leaved Sundew................ $7.50ea
Native. Ht. 3cm. Z6.  Open cluster of long thin leaves tipped in a round end (spoon-shaped leaves) covered in bug and dew catching gland tipped hairs.  Flowers  white to pink. Insectivorous.  Plant in peaty soil, keep slightly moist and do not fertilize.

Dryas drummondii Yellow mountain Avens................ $6.00ea
Native. Ht. 3cm. Z2.  Semi evergreen ground cover with yellow flowers. Showy feathery seed heads.We may have some white mountain avens mixed with these.

Dysosma versipelle (Podophyllum versipelle)......... $16.00ea
Ht. Z.  This Podophyllum relative is a wonderful new perennial introduction from China. We were amazed when we saw the plants that bloomed. The plant emerges and at 3-5cm branches into two or three stems with each stem carrying a single large, finely dentate, usually eight-sided leaf. The drooping flowers  are carried on short stocks that emerge from where the leaves branch. 

Echinacea purpurea` Coconut Lime’.............. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.55cm.  Z3. Creamy vanilla petals with a double creamy green central cone.

Echinacea purpurea` Double Decker’............. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm.  Z3. Large magenta pink flowers the first year.  The second year produces a second flower atop the central brown cone giving a two tiered effect (double decker).  Very unique.

Echinacea purpurea` Green Envy’.................. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.90cm.  Z4.  Unusual lime green flowers with rounded petals. As the flower matures,  the base of the petals assumes a purple tone. !

Echinacea purpurea` Harvest Moon’.............. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.75cm.  Z4.  Pretty harvest yellow flowers.

Echinacea purpurea` Hot Papaya’................. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.90cm.  Z3.  This is the very first double to have hot spicy orange pom-pom shaped double flowers.  This is a stand out new perennial.

Echinacea purpurea` Kim’s Knee High’.......... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht.50cm.  Z3. One of the few dwarf varieties with rosy pink blooms.

Echinacea purpurea magnus........................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.90cm.  Z3.  Non-drooping petals of deep rose with a red center.  Prefers full sun in well drained soil.

Echinacea purpurea` Pink Double Delight’.... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.60cm.  Z4. Gorgeous double pink blooms.

Echinacea purpurea` Sundown’...................... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.75cm.  Z4.  A brand new selection with enormous deep orange flowers.

Ellisiophyllum pinnatum.......................... 10cm pot $5.00ea
Ht.10cm. Z5. This is a rare creeping perennial with pinnate foliage and starry white flowers throughout summer and fall. Great woodland groundcover. Five for ............................................................................ $21.00

Eomecon chionantha  Snow Poppy................... 1gal $9.99ea
Ht.45cm. Z6.  A rather interesting spreading woodland plant with scalloped heart shaped leaves and attractive  clusters of single white flowers with a central boss of yellow anthers

Epimedium acuminatum......................... 11cmpot $15.00ea
Ht.25-40cm.  Z5.  Long narrow leathery leaves emerge pink, tinted maroon.  A rarely offered species from China with large inflorescence of dark lavender maroon petals and lighter white or pale yellowish tinted lilac sepals.

Epimedium`Amber Queen’.................................... $15.00ea
Ht.25-40cm.  Z4.  A new hybrid (E.flavum x E.wushanense). Deep yellow flowers, the back face of the sepals is red tinted, and the petals are speckled with red. As a result, the freely produced flowers appear pale orange - amber is an excellent description.  

Epimedium`Atlas’................................................. $15.00ea
Ht.25-40cm.  Z5.  A new introduction by Free Spirit Nursery. A floriferous hybrid that forms a nice mounding clump with flowers held above the foliage.

Epimedium `Benichidori'....................... 11cm pot $14.99ea
Ht. 15-40cm.  Z5 Large gorgeous incredibly dark pink-red flowers with long petal spurs that are white tipped.

Epimedium brachyrrhizum................................... Fall only $15.00ea
Ht.15cm.  Z5.  A short growing species with large rose-pink flowers nearly 5cm across. New leaflets may be mottled with deep purple markings that later turn dark green. A few small divisions.

Epimedium cantabrigiense.............................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 20-30cm.  Z5.  Semievergreen.  Olive to brownish leaves.  Flowers light yellow with reddish margins.  Makes a good ground cover in light shade.

Epimedium chlorandrum...................................... Fall only $18.00ea
Ht. 40-60cm.  Z5. This evergreen Epimedium from China forms mounds of glossy green leaves.  New growth in spring is often splashed with a wonderful red mottling. Large yellow flowers backed with white on long spikes of 30-60 flowers.

Epimedium diphyllum 'Roseum'............................. $10.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z5.  Rosy pink flowers without spurs often rebloom.

Epimedium diphyllum 'Variegatum'....................... $20.00ea
Ht.20cm. Z5.  White flowers are held above leaves variously mottled with flecks of white.

Epimedium epsteinii............................................... $20.00ea
Ht.15-20cm. Z5.  A new species with wide, pure white, sepals and striking reddish purple spurs and cup. Forms a nice low dense groundcover.  We offer a few small divisions.

Epimedium`Fire Dragon’...................................... $15.00ea
Ht.25-40cm.  Z4.  A new hybrid (E.davidii x E.leptorhizum). Large yellow flowers with deep pink sepals. Small Divisions.

Epimedium franchetti............................................ $25.00ea
Ht. 40-50cm.  Z5. This evergreen species from China has incredibly showy mottled new growth and arching stems with spidery lemony yellow flowers.

Epimedium `Fujinami'.................................... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht. 20-40cm.  Z5.  This new Japanese variety has soft lavender flowers with wonderfully long spurs having the slightest hint of white at their tips.

Epimedium grandiflorum Longspur Barrenwort 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 40cm.  Z5.  Large, soft, purplish-pink flowers with long, white, downward curving spurs.  Very showy.  New growth bronzy red.  Shade to semi-shade.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Dark Beauty'................. Fall only $20.00ea
Ht.20-30cm. Z4.  New growth is a chocolate purple colour.  Large flowers have dark rose inner sepals and white to flushed rose petals and spurs.

Epimedium grandiflorum var. higoense.................. $12.50ea
Ht.20cm. Z5.  This small early blooming Epimedium is adorned with creamy white flowers.  Blooms appear when the foliage is only 12cm high.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Lilafee'.................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.15-25cm. Z4.  A dwarfer selection with lavender violet  flowers and a clump forming habit.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Mars'......................... $15.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z4.  Purple -red flowers.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Nanum'......................... $12.00ea
Ht.10-30cm. Z4.  White flowers above dwarf foliage in spring.  Foliage is often rimmed with a purple band.  When in bloom this plant is much shorter and grows to its maximum height after blooming.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Queen Esta'................... $12.00ea
Ht.20cm. Z5.  This variety, named by Harold Epstein and his wife, has purple new growth in spring with large flowers with dark lavender inner sepals and paler spurs.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Red Queen'................... $18.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z4.  Large vivid rosy red flowers peak out from enormous leaves when mature.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Rose Queen'.......... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 40cm.  Z5.   Large, showy deep pink flowers with long, white, downward curving spurs.  New growth bronzy red.  Shade to semi-shade.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Saxton’s Purple'........... $12.00ea
Ht.20-35cm. Z4.  New foliage has a coppery overlay.  Large lavender flowers are held well above the leaves.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Sirius'............................ $12.00ea
Ht.15-40cm. Z4.  Only 15cm tall when in bloom with large elegant pink flowers above soft green foliage.  Later grows to about 40cm.

Epimedium grandiflorum 'Tama No Genpei'......... $15.00ea
Ht.20-40cm. Z4.  Large bicoloured flowers of lavender and white often rebloom.  Lovely new foliage is tinted with purple.

Epimedium `Hagoromo-no-mai'............ 11cm pot $12.00ea
Ht. 25-40cm.  Z5   This  variety has dark pinkish red flowers with long petal spurs that are barely white tipped and overlapping sepals that are almost as long.

Epimedium `Jujisei'.............................................. $15.00ea
Ht. 25-40cm.  Z5   At long last it’s back.  A rarely offered selection from Japan with  reddish pink.  The open flowers lack the typical lamina blade which in most species and hybrids hide the stamens. The large open faced dark pinkish red flowers lie flat with prominant yellow stamens showing.  Petal spurs are white and protrude like a little horn from the upper surface of each petal. Jujiseii means star cross in Japanese.

Epimedium x kaguyahimei..................................... $20.00ea
Ht.35cm. Z5?.  This near evergreen Barrenwort has lovely arrow-shaped foliage beautifully mottled with purplish red in early spring.  Tall panicles carry multitudes of striking flowers with dark reddish purple spurs and rose pink inner sepals. We are offering  only a few small divisions.

Epimedium `Koharu'...................................... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht. 25-40cm.  Z5.   This variety  has large petals with broad pink petal lamina and long narrower spurs suffused with white. Overlapping pink sepals, fading to white in the center.

Epimedium koreanum `Harold Epstein’................ $18.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z5.  A clone that has huge butter yellow flowers and huge leaflets.   Used to be considered  Epimediumgrandiflorum ssp. Koreanum. We offer only a few small divisions.

Epimedium leptorhizum ........................................ $15.00ea
Ht.15-20cm.  Z5.  A wonderful spreader with large rose pink flowers.  Great as a groundcover in dry shade.

Epimedium pallidum...................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z4.  A newly offered species with yellow flowers held above nicely contrasting green foliage.

Epimedium pauciflorum........................................ $12.99ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z5. Evergreen species from China with thick, dark green leaves with spines along the margins. Soft pink to white  flowers.

Epimedium  x perralchicum............................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.30cm. Z6.   A hybrid with bright yellow flowers with brown centres. Heart shaped glossy green leaves with bronze colored new growth.

Epimedium x perralchicum `Frohnleiten'....... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.30cm.  Z7.  Evergreen. A hybrid with bright yellow flowers with brown centres. Heart shaped glossy green leaves with bronze colored new growth.

Epimedium`Pink Elf’............................................ $15.00ea
Ht.25-40cm.  Z4.  A new hybrid.  Long lasting white flowers are marked with pink, especially on the petals. Late flowering.  Small Divisions

Epimedium platypetalum....................................... $25.00ea
Ht.25-40cm.  Z5. Another new favourite from China with evergreen foliage and dainty soft yellow flowers backed with  white inner petals.

Epimedium pinnatum ssp. colchicum .................... $12.00ea
Ht. 30cm  Z6.  Native to Georgia near the Black Sea.  This drougth tolerant variety has bright yellow sepals held open to show off the short reddish spurs.

Epimedium pubigerum ................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 20-75.  Z5.  This species has dark green leathery leaves and creamy yellow flowers.  Rarely offered.

Epimedium pubigerum ‘Orangekonigin’......... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht. 20-75.  Z5.  This selection has large heart shaped leaves and true orange flowers.

Epimedium sempervirens `White Purity' ................ $12.00ea
Ht. 20cm.  Z7.  A large leaved form of the species with white flowers.

Epimedium stellulatum `Long Leaved Form' ........ $25.00ea
Ht .30-45cm.  Z5.  Nice foliage with long narrow leaves.  Numerous tall sprays of starry-white flowers with minute yellow spurs held above the foliage. The plant grows to its mature height after blooming.

Epimedium X Red Beauty...............12cm pot $12.00ea
Ht. 30-40cm. Z4. Strong pinky-purple flowers.

Epimedium  x `Rubrum' Red Barrenwort...... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 30-40cm.  Z5.  Blooms April to May with bright red flowers in loose 20-30 blossom panicles. Compact, strong growth habit.  Shade to semi-shade.

Epimedium x Rubrum  `Sweetheart’.....................   $15.00ea
Ht. 30-40cm.  Z5. Blooms April to May with dark rose-red flowers. Leaflets larger and darker green with a fine red tracing around the edge. We offer only a few small divisions.

Epimedium  x `Sasaki’ ................................. 1gal  $12.00ea
Ht.3 0-40cm.  Z4. Blooms April to May with pure pink flowers. Shade to semi-shade.

Epimedium x versicolor `Sulphereum' .......... 1 gal $10.00ea
Ht. 30-50cm.  Z5.  Evergreen.  Blooms April to May with 8-20 yellow flowered inflorescences.  Very vigorous habit.  Leaves green, new growth reddish-bronze.  Shade to semi-shade.

Epimedium x warleyense................................ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 25-50cm.  Z5.  This form has incredible coppery orange flowers.  A stand out in the shade garden.

Epimedium wushanense `Caramel Bloom’............ $25.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z5.  Red mottling over the long jagged newly emerged leaves and the caramel-amber colored flowers make this a must for the woodland garden.

Epimedium youngianum `Baby Doll Pink' ..........   $12.00ea
Ht. 10-25cm.  Z5.  Spurless flowers emerge from dark pink buds and open to a lovely soft pink edged with darker pink.

Epimedium youngianum `Capella' ......................   $12.00ea
Ht. 10-25cm.  Z5.  Dark rose flowers held above small foliage for a long period.  The plant grows to its mature height after blooming.

Epimedium youngianum `Kozakura' ...................   $12.00ea
Ht. 25cm.  Z5.  Large white flowers strongly flushed with rose.

Epimedium youngianum `Merlin' ........................   $12.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z4.  The large dusky violet  flowers of this cultivar fade to white in the center producing a two toned effect.

Epimedium youngianum `Niveum'................. 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht .25cm.  Z5.  This form has pure white flowers.  A stand out in the shade garden.

Epimedium youngianum `Roseum' ......................   $10.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z5.  Flowers pale violet to purple. A good small scale cover for a shade garden.

Epimedium youngianum `Shein' ........................... $12.00ea
Ht. 25cm.  Z5.  This odd variety has flowers which consist of only four purple petals.

Epimedium youngianum 'Tamabotan’................... $15.00ea
Ht. 30-40cm. Z5.Large lavender flowers atop lovely dark purple foliage that ages to deep green. We offer only a few small divisionsAKA  E.Pink Ruffles.

Epimedium youngianum `White Star' .................... $12.00ea
Ht. 12-20cm.  Z5.  Very floriferous white flowers above the foliage. The plant grows to its mature height after blooming.

Epimedium youngianum `Yenomoto’ ...................  $15.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z5. White flowers with long spurs.  A very floriferous clone.

Eranthis hyemalis  Winter Aconite........................... $4.00ea
Ht. 10cm. Z4. Early blooming bulb with buttercup like flowers.  Tends to bloom before E.cilicica.

Eranthis pinnatifida White Winter Aconite............ $15.00ea
Ht. 10cm. Z4. Also known as Shiateranthus pinnatifida. A very early spring or late winter blooming bulb (naturally very tiny) with white flowers and dark stamens.    Rarely offered.

Eremerus himalaicus Foxtail Lily.................. 2gal  $19.00ea
Ht. 80-120cm.  Z5.  This species has starry white flowers in dense racemes.  These come from massive roots.

Eremerus robustus Foxtail Lily...................... 2gal  $19.00ea
Ht. 200-250cm.  Z5.  This species has pink flowers in a gigantic raceme.

Eremerus stenophyllus var. bungei Foxtail Lily 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 100-120cm.  Z5.  This form has canary yellow flowers with orange stamens in a dense flower spike.

Eremerus x isabellinus `Cleopatra’.......................   $12.00ea
Ht. 150-175cm.  Z5.  This selection has spikes of orange flowers with darker ribs, borne on a narrow elongated raceme.

Eremerus x isabellinus` Shelford Hybrids' ..... 1gal  $12.00ea
Ht.80-125cm.  Z5.  Narrow green leaves.  Flower shaft up to 40cm on 100cm flower stalk, blooms July to August. Mixed colors, pink, peach, yellow, orange. 

Erigeron peregrinus Sub alpine Fleabane... 10cm pot $4.00ea.
Native. Ht.10-60cm Zone 2. Lavender-pink aster like flowers.

Erinus alpinus  Fairy Foxglove................ 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht10-20cm. Z3.  Easy little alpine plant, ideal for shady parts of the rock garden. It forms a low cushion or mound of evergreen leaves, bearing short stems of starry magenta-purple or pink flowers in late spring and early summer.

Eriophyllum lanatum Wooly Sunflower, Oregon Sunshine....
................................................................  10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht20-30cm. Z4-5.  Forms mounding mats of grayish green  wooly foliage with bright yellow 5cm sunflower type flowers. Very drought tolerant once established. Plant in full sun to part shade in poor soil to keep tight compact shape.

Erythroniums
Early spring flowering, lily-like plants are produced from fleshy corms. Species described have narrow to broad, lance shaped green leaves often mottled.  Nodding flowers have six pointed petals and all are more or less reflexed.   All thrive in well drained humus-rich soil in shade to semi-shade.

Erythronium albidum  ............................. 10cm pot $8.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 10-20cm.  Z3.  Leaves mottled.  Flowers white inside with yellow centers and a blue or pink tinted exterior.  Easy to grow in humus rich soil in shade to part sun.

Erythronium americanum Trout lily........ 10cm pot $4.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht.10-15cm.  Z2.  Glossy narrow leaves with heavy brownish purple mottling.  Bright yellow solitary flowers bloom April to May.  Naturally small corms.

Erythronium californicum `White Beauty' 10cm pot $10.00ea
Ht. 20-30cm.  Z5.  This is now considered by most to be a form of E.californicum. It was considered to be a hybrid or selection of E.oregonum and before that a hybrid or selection of E.revolutum.  Similar to E.oregonum except White Beauty is more vigorous, tends to have more flowers and the central markings are yellow and brown.

Erythronium dens-canis Dog's tooth violet 10cm pot $4.00ea
Ht. 10-20cm.  Z3.  Narrow blue-green leaves with reddish -brown mottling.  Flowers lilac to soft pink in color with a brown basal ring inside a white basal ring.

Erythronium dens-canis `Frans Hals'..... 10cm pot $12.00ea
Ht. 10-20cm.  Z3.  A large rich deep violet purple flower with a brown throat surrounded by a yellow ring.

Erythronium dens-canis `Niveum'............ 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht.  10-20cm.  Z3.  A Bulgarian form which has white flowers tinted with a light touch of lavender.
Erythronium dens-canis `Pink Perfection' 10cm pot $8.00ea
Ht. 5-10cm.  Z3.  Flowers clear bright pink in colour.

Erythronium denis-canis `Rose Queen'.... 10cm pot  $6.99ea
Ht. 10-20cm.  Z3.  This selection has mottled leaves and rose pink flowers.

Erythronium denis-canis `Snowflake'........ 11cm pot  $9.00a
Ht. 10-20cm. Z3.  White flowers, olive at base, chartreuse with a faint ring of red specks inside base.

Erythronium denis-canis `White Splendor' 10cm pot  $8.99ea
Ht. 10-20cm. Z3.  White flowers with dark brown basal blotch.

Erythronium grandiflorumYellow Glacier Lily Dwarf  $12.00ea
Native.  Ht. 15-50cm.  Z4.  Large unmarked bright green leaves.  Golden yellow flowers in groups of 1-3.  Blooms April to May.  Needs well drained soil in semi-shade. This is what we have had offered  for  years.

Erythronium grandiflorumYellow Glacier Lily large Form $12.00ea
Native.  Ht. 15-50cm.  Z4.  Large unmarked bright green leaves.  Golden yellow flowers in groups of 1-3.  Blooms April to May.  Needs well drained soil in semi-shade. This large form is new for us and more typical of the species.

Erythronium japonicum Pink Japanese Lily 10cmpot $8.00ea
Ht. 12-18cm.  Z5. We finally have a good supply of this Japanese beauty.  Narrow deep green unmottled or lightly mottled leaves.  Dainty, highly reflexed lilac pink to grape purple flowers with dark stamens.

Erythronium montanum White Avalanche lily.......   $10.00ea
Native.  Ht. 20-30cm.  Z5.  One to ten, crisp, white, orange centred flowers per flower stem.  Green, unmarked strap shaped leaves.

Erythronium oregonum White Fawn Lily. ..... 10cm  $8.00ea
Native.  Ht. 25-30cm.  Z5.  White nodding flowers with inner orange-yellow markings in groups of 1-6.  Mottled leaves. 

Erythronium revolutumPink Fawn Lily..................   $8.00ea
Native.  Ht. 15-20cm.  Z5.  Leaves mottled with light brown markings. Pink flowers (rarely white) are usually solitary but occasionally clustered up to five per stalk. 

Erythronium sibiricum album................................. $30.00ea
Ht. 20cm.  Z2.  This is the extremely rare white flowered form of this species.  Very, very showy.

Erythronium smithii = Erythronium revolutum  This is an old, incorrect name for E. revolutum.

Erythronium tuolumnense Yellow Fawn Lily..........   $7.00ea
Native.  Ht. 30-50cm.  Z5.  Light green unmottled leaves.  Up to five bright yellow flowers per stalk.  Blooms April to May.

Erythronium tuolumnense `Citronella'....................   $7.00ea
Ht. 30-50cm.  Z5.  An E.tuolumnense hybrid.  Large, lemon yellow flowers have a light brown clover leaf shaped basal band in the throat.

Erythronium tuolumnense `Kondo'.........................   $8.00ea
Ht. 30-50cm.  Z5.  An E.tuolumnese hybrid.  Large yellow flowers (slightly darker than `Pagoda') with a dark, bronze basal ring.  Leaves lightly mottled.

Erythronium tuolumnense `Pagoda'.......................   $7.00ea
Ht.  30-50cm.  Z5.  An E.tuolumnese hybrid.  Large, sulfer yellow flowers.  Large, green lightly mottled leaves. 

Eupatorium cannabinum Plenum .................. 2gal $16.00ea
Ht. 200cm.  Z4.  Upright stems with terminal clusters of double purple-pink flowers in July to Sept.  Best in sun and moist soil.

Eupatorium fortunei f. variegata............................. $15.00ea
Ht. 130cm. Z4.  A stately architectural border plant from Japan with green leaves with creamy edges that turm maroon in Fall.  Fragrant clusters of fuzzy pink flowers in Fall.

Eupatorium maculatum atropurpureum................. $10.00ea
Ht. 120-200cm. Z3.  Excellent architectural border plant for late summer to autumn with deep red stems crowned with panicles of wine red flowers.

Eupatorium rugosum `Chocolate'................... 1gal $10.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 150-200cm.  Z3.   A new selection with chocolate-purple foliage.  White flowers in terminal clusters appear in late summer.  Sun to partial shade in average soil.

Euphorbia characias ssp. wulfenii.......................... $10.00ea
Ht. 1-2M. Z5. A bold perennial for sun with blue green ‘spiky’ foliage with red stems and a profusion of yellow green bracts (flowers).

Euphorbia amygdaloides `Robbiae'............... 11cm  $6.00ea
Ht. 30-50cm.  Z6.  Evergreen.  This a robust form with dark green leaves and bright yellow flowers.

Euphorbia polychroma `Bonfire’........................... $10.00ea
Ht. 20-30cm. Z5. New growth is a combination of purple, red and orange with a touch of green and the older foliage is green.  Flower bracts are a brilliant yellow.  We offer small plants.

Farfugium (Ligularia) japonicum aureomaculata. $12.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z7. Large perennial with broad green, rounded and undulated leaves with creamy yellow spots. Yellow daisy-like flowers.

Farfugium (Ligularia) japonicum cristata.............. $12.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z7. This gorgeous perennial had crested and frilled fans of gray-green foliage rimmed with pink highlights. Yellow daisy-like flowers.

Farfugium (Ligularia) japonicum 'Giganteum'....... $12.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z7. Each attention drawing clump is comprised of huge, 40cm, leaves and topped in fall with stalks of bright yellow daisy-like flowers.

Farfugium (Ligularia) japonicum 'Jitsuko's Star'.. $12.00ea
Ht.40cm Z7. A bold textured perennial for light shade with tropical looking, 6" green leaves topped with spikes of double yellow daisy-like flowers.

Farfugium (Ligularia) japonicum 'Kagami Jishi' .. $12.00ea
Ht.60cm Z7. Similar to F. aureomaculata but as an added bonus the foliage is also crested.

Fauria crista-galli Deer Cabbage............... 11cm pot $5.50ea
Native. Ht.20-30cm Z.3.  A lush plant with glossy green rounded heart shaped leaves and white flowers clustered on erect stalks.  Plant in a moist site from sun to part shade.  Makes a nice cover around the edge of a pond.

Filipendula palmata 'Nana' Dwarf Chinese Lace Flower $10.00ea
Ht. 30-40cm. Z3.  A great little plant with mounds of fern-like foliage bristling with plumes of soft pink flowers.

Filipendula purpurea 'Elegans'....................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60-70cm. Z3. Airy plumes of delicate pink flowers are a wonderful source of fresh color in late summer just when most other  mid-border perennials are dying back. Will tolerate dry conditions.

Filipendula ulmaria  Queen of the meadow 11cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. 1m. Z3. A great perennial for naturalizing along pond edges or stream sides.  Stems covered liberally with irregularly pinnate green leaves. Produces tall sprays of striking creamy white flowers in late spring to early summer.

Filipendula ulmaria `Aurea'........................... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht. 90cm  Z3.  This great naturalizing or pondside perennial has nice white flower plumes atop bright yellow- green foliage.

Filipendula ulmaria `Variegata'...................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 1.50m.  Z4.  White flowers and green leaves with a central golden-yellow stripe.  Blooms late spring to early summer, a great one to naturalize along stream and pools.

Filipendula vulgaris `flore pleno'.................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.30-60cm. Z3. Drooping panicles of double creamy white flowers in mid summer.

Filipendula vulgaris 'Kahome'......................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.30-50cm. Z3. Very long lasting pink flowers atop dark green ferny foliage.

Filipendula vulgaris `Rubra' Red Meadowsweet 1gal  $10.00ea
Fl. Ht. 30-75cm.  Z4.  Red flowers appear on loose, flattened panicles in June and July.  Mid-green, ferny leaves are deeply cut.  Prefers a sunny to semi-shade site, with well drained soil.

Fuchsia -see deciduous shrub section.

Fragaria chiloensis Coastal Strawberry..... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native.  Ht. 5-15cm.  Z4.  Evergreen. Dark green glossy leaves have silky white undersides.  White flowers appear in spring. Edible, small strawberries appear in mid-summer.  Excellent evergreen, mat forming ground cover for full sun to semi-shade.

Fragaria vescaWood Strawberry.............. 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht. 8-15cm.  Z5.   Thin, light green leaves.  White flowers appear in May to June and again in fall.  Small edible fruit.  Prefers a woodland site in shade to semi-shade.

Fragaria virginiana Scarlet Strawberry..... 10cm pot $4.00ea
Native. Ht. 8-15cm.  Z3.   Blue green foliage is topped with  white flowers and followed by delicious small strawberries.

Francoa sonchifolia................................. 10cm pot $4.50ea
Fl.Ht. 60cm. Z6-7. This native of Chile produces nice evergreen rosettes of softly hairy leaves from a slowly creeping rhizome. Showy spikes in summer of rich pink flowers with a darker pink center stripe or blotch on each petal. A good looking perennial year round.  Drought tolerant.

Fritillaria acmopetala ............................................. $5.00ea 
Ht.15-45cm. Z7. Large green bell shaped flowers with chocolate markings.

Fritillaria acmopetala Brunette.............................. $12.00ea 
Ht.15-45cm. Z7.  Green bell shaped flowers with darker markings.  Flowers are larger than the species.

Fritillaria acmopetala Wendelboi........................... $14.00ea 
Ht.15cm. Z7.  A dwarf form of the species with large green bells and darker, stronger markings.

Fritillaria biflora Martha Roderick ........................ $12.00ea 
Native. Ht.15-40cm. Z8. Rusty red to chocolate brown bell shaped flowers with creamy green tips.

Fritillaria bithynica ............................................... $12.00ea
Ht.20cm.  Z3.  Bulb. Flowers bright green and narrow bell shaped.  Native of Turkey.

Fritillaria camschatcensis Northern Rice root , Chocolate Lily  
............... $12.99ea
Native.  Ht. 35-60cm.  Z5.   Edible 2.5cm bulbs resemble clusters of rice grains.  Bell shaped bronze-purple -black lightly mottled flowers appear in May to June.  Whorled, lance-shaped leaves.  Prefers shade to semi-shade in humus-rich soil.

Fritillaria camschatcensis Amur............................... 13.50ea
A dwarf dark flowered form of the species from near the river Amur.

Fritillaria camschatcensis flavescens ...... 11cm pot $18.99ea
Native.  Ht. 35-60cm.  Z5.    A rare yellow form of the species.

Fritillaria carica`Brown' ........................................ $11.00ea 
Ht.5-15cm. Z7-8. A nice chocolatey brown selection of this species. Native to Southwest Turkey.

Fritillaria davisii...................................... 11cm pot $ 8.99ea
Ht.15-20cm.  Z7-8.  Bell shaped checkered flowers are a deep
chocolate brown.  Blooms Feb.-Mar.  Naturally small bulbs.

Fritillaria elwesii........................................ 10cm pot $10.00
Ht.20-50cm. Z4.  Bluish black flowers with a green midrib and a greyish blush.

Fritillaria graeca ..................................................... $7.00ea 
Ht.6-20cm. Z7.  Green bells tesselated with brown or black and a clear central green stripe.

Fritillaria hermonis ssp. amana................ 10cm pot $7.50ea
Ht.10-35cm. Z7-8.  Bell shaped green flowers faintly tessellated with purple or brown.

Fritillaria lanceolata  Chocolate Lily .... 11cm pot $12.99ea
Native.  Ht. 60-75cm.  Z5.  Bulb similar to F.camschatcensis.  Bowl-shaped, brownish-purple flowers are mottled with greenish yellow.Whorled lance-shaped leaves.  Shade to semi-shade.

Fritillaria minuta Brunette........................................ $6.00ea 
Ht.10-20cm. Z8. Bell shaped flowers are yellow tinged or blotched with purple-brown.

Fritillaria pontica .................................................... $5.50ea 
Ht.15-45cm. Z6.  Showy soft green bells edged in terracotta.

Fritillaria pudica ..................................................... $8.75ea 
Native. Ht.10-20cm. Z3.  Fragrant yellow bells shaped flowers on this dwarf Fritillaria.

Fritillaria stenanthera................................... 10cm $23.00ea
Ht.15-20cm. Z6.  A rarely offered pink fritillaria from China with up to 10 pink flowers with purplish base per stem.

Fritillaria stribrnyi........................................ 10cm $12.50ea
Ht.16-30cm. Z.  Exterior green interior intense purple brown.

Fritillaria thunbergii ............................. 11cm pot  $10.00ea
Ht. 30-80cm.  Z7.  Light yellow bell shaped flowers faintly checkered with a grid of small mauve squares and overlaid with green veins.  Easy to grow in humus-rich soil in shade to light shade. Japanese form. Fast to multiply.

Fritillaria verticillata ............................................. $10.00ea
Ht. 20-60cm. Z5.  Up to five large white bell shaped flowers with greenish veins.

Galax urceolata Galaxy............................ 10cm pot $7.50ea
N.A.Native. Ht.10-15cm.  Z4.  A handsome and desirable plant, it makes mats of rounded  lustrous leathery leaves.  Flowers are small, white and in spire-like spikes held 30-60cm above the foliage.  The leaves are collected in vast quantities for the floral trade.  Best in light shade in humus rich soil.

Gallium boreale Northern Bed Straw.............. $5.00ea
Native. Ht. 20-80cm. Tall stems topped with clusters of small fragrant white flowers. Can tolerate moist soils.

Galtonia candicans............... $8.00ea
Ht. 20-30cm. Lovely waxy white bell shaped flowers hanging down on tall stems emitting a light fragrance during its summer bloom. Mature blooms sized bulbs.

Gentiana acaulis............................................. 10cm $5.00ea
Ht.4-6cm. Z3. A wonderful late spring blooming Gentian with intense blue flowers.  Great for the rock garden forming mats over time.

Gentiana asclepiadea Willow Gentian...................... $5.00ea
Ht.40-60cm. Z6. A gracefully arching plant with slender, leafy stems. The 2 in. deep blue flowers are solitary or grouped by 2 or 3 in the upper leaf axils.

Gentiana asclepiadea alba White  Willow Gentian.. $5.00ea
Ht.40-60cm. Z6. A gracefully arching plant with slender, leafy stems. Large white flowers occur singly or in groups of 2 or3.

Gentiana septemfida.............1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 15-30cm. Z2. Compact mounds with blue trumpet shaped flowers.

Gentian sino-ornata  ‘Kingfisher’............................. $5.00ea
A wonderful fall blooming species with kingfisher blue flowers that electrify your rock garden in late summer to early fall. Regrows each season from small threadlike white roots.

Geraniums
The Crane's-bill Geraniums listed here are hardy, free flowering, easy to grow herbaceous perennials.  Many do as well in shade or semishaded sites as sunny sites in a perennial border, as a specimen, a groundcover or in a rockery. 

Geranium `Ann Folkard'............................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.50-75cm.  Z6.  This hybrid between G.procures and G.psilostemon has beautiful magenta purple flowers with a black central blotch.  Leaves are golden green in color especially when young. 

Geranium `Brookside'..................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 80cm.  Flowers a rich blue atop rich medium green foliage.

Geranium x cantabrigiense`Biokova'............. 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.10-15cm.  Z5.  This is a hybrid of G.dalmaticum and G.macrorrhizum.  Flowers are light pink and are carried above the foliage.  Leaves turn a brilliant red in fall. 

Geranium x cantabrigiense `Cambridge'........ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 20cm.  Z5.  Similar to G. Biokova except this excellent groundcover has dark rose colored flowers.

Geranium cinereum `Ballerina'...................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 10-15 cm.  Z6.  Flowers are silvery lilac-pink with distinctly darker purple venation and bloom throughout summer.  This is a great little geranium for the rockery.

Geranium cinereum `Purple Pillows'...................... $15.00ea
Ht. 15cm. Z4.  Unusual burgundy purplish red flowers with darker veins.

Geranium cinereum `Splendens'.................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 10-15cm.  Z5.  This form has brilliant iridescent purple-red flowers  with darker veins and a black-red basal blotch with white margins.

Geranium clarkei `Kashmir Purple'............... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 50-60cm.  Z7.   This is a vigorous, spreading plant with deeply divided leaves and numerous large, upfacing, cup shaped  deep violet-purple flowers.

Geranium dalmaticum................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 10-15cm.  Z5.  Flowers June to August with clusters of 3cm soft pink flowers.  Forms neat dense mound of glossy green leaves that are often tinted red in fall.  Sun to semi-shade.

Geranium `Dilys’............................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 30cm. Z4.   Blooms in summer with magenta pink flowers.  Often reblooms in fall.

Geranium `Dragon Heart’.............................. 1gal $15.00ea
Ht. 60cm. Z5.   A hybrid with magenta flowers and black center and veination.  Blooms almost all summer long.

Geranium endressi......................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 35-45 cm.  Z5.  Flowers from May to September with 3 cm rose-pink flowers. 

Geranium endressi `Wargrave Pink'............... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 40-50cm.  Z5.  This selection of G.endressi is vigorous and is covered with numerous salmon pink flowers.

Geranium himalayense.................................. 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 25-45 cm.  Z4.  Blooms in June and July with 5cm blue- violet flowers.  Sun to semi-shade.

Geranium himalayense `Plenum'................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 25-30 cm.  Z4.  Blooms June and July with very pretty double lavender-blue flowers. Sun to semi-shade.

Geranium `Johnson's Blue'............................ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 35-45 cm.  Z4.  Blooms June to August with 5cm cup shaped sky blue flowers with red venation.  Sun to semi-shade.

Geranium `Leeds Form'.................................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 40cm. Z4. This  selection has a compact habit with reddish flowers with black veins.

Geranium maculatum.................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
N.A.Native.  Ht. 30-60cm.  Z4.  Leaves deeply 3-5 lobed, somewhat hairy on top. Flowers are held erect in terminal clusters and range from rose purple to pink.  Good for woodland naturalizing or for the back of the perennial border.

Geranium maculatum Chatto.......................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60cm. Z4. This  selection has pale lilac pink flowers and deeply divided green foliage.   Great for the edge of a woodland.

Geranium maculatum Espresso....................... 1gal $11.00ea
Ht. 60cm. Z4.  Superbly contrasting dark  bronze foliage and lavender pink flowers that mature to white. Foliage emerges in spring a wonderous burgundy-black and slowly fades to bronzy green after a few weeks.

Geranium macrorhizum album...................... 1 gal $10.00ea
Ht.25-30cm. Z4.  This lovely white flowered form of the species has pink stamens on the flowers which give them a blush pink effect.

Geranium macrorhizum ‘Bevans Variety’...... 1 gal $10.00ea
Ht.25-30cm. Z4.  Rosy magenta flowers with pink stamens.

Geranium macrorrhizum `Ingwersen's Variety' 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 25-30 cm.  Z4.  Blooms May to July with clusters of clear pink, 3cm flowers.  Great as a dense ground cover.

Geranium x magnificum (G.ibericum x platypetalum) $10.00ea
Ht. 50-60cm.  Z5.  This old garden plant has soft shaggy pubescent leaves with numerous blue-violet flowers in mid-summer.  

Geranium malviflorum............................. 11cm pot $4.50ea
Ht. 20-30cm.  Z4-5.  Tuberous. Flowers violet blue or violet with stronger veins.  Likes well drained soil and sun. 

Geranium sanguineum `New Hampshire Purple' 1gal$10.00ea
Ht.20cm. Z4. Deep reddish purple flowers above compact foliage.

Geranium `Orkney Cherry’ ............................ 1gal $20.00ea
Ht.20-30cm. Z4.  Vivid pink, continuous blooming flowers contrast nicely with maroon foliage

Geranium orientalitibeticum .................... 11cm pot $5.00ea
Ht. 20-35cm.  Z8.  Tuberous.  Dwarf alpine perennial with dark pink purple flowers with white centers.

Geranium `Orion’ .......................................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.45cm. Z4.  This lovely continuous bloomer has large blue flowers with violet veining.

Geranium x oxonianum `Claridge Druce'....... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 35-45 cm. Z4.  A hybrid of G.endressii and G.versicolor.  Lilac-pink flowers with purple venation.  Sun to shade.

Geranium x oxonianum `Katherine Adele'...... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.40cm. Z6. Pretty pink flowers have darker veins.  Dark green foliage has maroon markings which are stronger in more heat.

Geranium x oxonianum `Phoebe Noble'........ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 40-50cm.  Z5.    This is a vigorous plant covered all summer in dark lipstick pink flowers.  When untidy, trim it back and in a couple of weeks it's in bloom again.

Geranium oxonianum `Sherwood'.................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z4.  Pale pink star shaped flowers.

Geranium x oxonianum `Southcombe Double' 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 35cm.  Z5.  Flowers mostly double salmon pink.  A compact selection ideal for the front of a border.

Geranium x oxonianum `Thurstorianum'....... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60-75cm.  Z5. Flowers pink with narrow petals and numerous dark purple veins.  Another vigorous spreading G.endressi  hybrid.

Geranium `Patricia'........................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 50-75cm. Z3.  This hybrid between G.endressi and G.psilostemon has vivid cyclamen red blooms with dark centers.

Geranium psilostemon................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 75-80 cm.  Z5.  Blooms June and July with 4cm black centered magenta flowers.  Sun to semi-shade.  A great larger geranium for the perennial border.

Geranium phaeum album.............................. 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 60-80cm.  Z5.  A pure white flowered selection.

Geranium phaeum Mourning Widow.............. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60-80cm.  Z5.  This tall plant has lobed leaves, often marked le at their base with dark bluish-red reflexed nodding flowers.

Geranium phaeum Lavender Pinwheel........... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 60-80cm.  Z5.  This selection has special flowers. Each flower is pale lavender, with violet veins radiating from a green eye, then the edge of each petal features a dark, picotee rim. The result is a delicate patterning of colour, with misty shadows where the petals overlap.

Geranium phaeum Sambor............................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 40-50cm. Z5. This selection has large dark markings on the leaves as well as the typical  maroon flower.

Geranium phaeum `Springtime’...................... 1gal $12.00ea
Ht. 40-50cm. Z4.  A unique geranium with silvery mottled green foliage and deep maroon blooms.

Geranium praetense `albiflorum' Meadow Cranesbill 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 60-75cm.  Z5.  Deeply cut dark green leaves. Pure white  flowers with transluscent white veins.  Prefers sun to light shade.  

Geranium pratense `Double Jewel'......................... $20.00ea
Ht. 25cm. Z4.  Unique double white flowers with an intriguing purple heart.  Nice compact habit.

Geranium pratense `Hocus Pocus'......................... $15.00ea
Ht. 30cm. Z3. Mounds of dark, deeply cut foliage with  lavender purple flowers.

Geranium pratense `Mrs.Kendall Clark' ........ 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 60-75cm.  Z5.  Deeply cut dark green leaves. Light violet-blue flowers with transluscent white veins.  Prefers sun to light shade.

Geranium pratense 'Splish Splash'.................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 45cm. Z4. A striking geranium with mauve blue splashes and flecks on pure white flowers.

Geranium pratense 'Summer Skies’................ 1gal $15.00ea
Ht. 60cm. Z5. This pretty double flowered cranesbill has mauve blue blooms on foliage that tends to act as a groundcover rather than an upright plant. Blooms best in dappled sunlight.

Geranium `Red Admiral’ ............................... 1gal $11.00ea
Ht.60cm. Z4.  One of the best reddish flowered forms available. Very vigorous.

Geranium  x riversleaianum `Russel Pritchard' 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht.  15-30cm.  Z7.   Rich magenta flowers held above the foliage. This compact geranium is best in sun to light shade.

Geranium `Rozanne’ ...................................... 1gal $15.00ea
Ht.50cm.  Z4.  A long bloomer with striking marbled foliage and very large violet blue flowers with white centers.

Geranium ‘Salome’........................................ 1gal $12.00ea
Ht. 45cm. Z6. This low rambling geranium has striking chartreuse foliage and pale mauve blooms with darker veining.  Prefers a sunnier spot.

Geranium sanguineum Bloody Cranesbill....... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 25-30 cm.  Z4.  Blooms May to September with 4cm crimson flowers.  Excellent groundcover in sun to semi-shade.  Leaves turn red in fall.

Geranium sanguineum `Album'..................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Ht. 25-30 cm.  Z4.  Blooms May to September with 4cm pure white flowers.  Somewhat looser habit than species.  Excellent plant for sun to shade.  Foliage greyish in color.

Geranium sanguineum `Max Frei'.................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 20cm.  Z4. Large deep magenta flowers on compact plant.  Excellent for the rock garden.

Geranium sanguineum var. striatum (`Lancastrense) $10.00ea
Ht. 20cm.  Z4. Large flesh pink flowers with prominant venation.  Grows very low to the ground.

Geranium `Sateene’........................................ 1gal $16.00ea
Ht. 15-25cm. Z4. Vibrant fuchsia pink flowers with darker veins.

Geranium sessiliflorum ‘Nigricans’ “Dwarf Black Cranesbill”.....................$5.00ea
Ht.10-15cm. Z5. Copper-blue-black leaves and cute white flowers make this a great addition to the perennial garden.

Geranium`Sweet Heidi'................................... 1gal $13.50ea
Ht.35cm.Z4.  Large, pink saucer-shaped flowers with bright white eye.

Geranium sylvaticum `Mayflower'................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 45cm.  Z4.   Flowers upright, a rich violet blue with a small white center.  A good naturalizer in open, not too dry site or under trees.

Geranium sylvaticum `Silva'........................... 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 45cm.  Z4.  Flowers upright, purple in color in early to mid-summer. A good naturalizer in open, not too dry site or under trees.

Geranium `Tiny Monster’ .............................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht.10-25cm .Z4.  Large lavender purple flowers on this dwarf cross between G. sanguineum and G. psilostemon.

Geranium tuberosum................................ 11cm pot $4.50ea
Ht. 30-40cm.  Z4-5.  Tuberous.  This is a wonderful hardy spreading geranium that arises from small tubers.  Deeply cut leaves and purple-violet flowers with darker veins, deep blue anther and crimson stigma

Geranium versicolor........................................ 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 45cm. Z4. A striking geranium with mauve flowers heavily veined with dark purple pencilling.

Geranium wlassovianum................................. 1gal $10.00ea
Ht. 30cm.  Z3 .  A wonderful compact plant with deep purplish magenta flowers veined with deep violet.  From Northen China.

Geum macrophyllum..................................... 1gal  $10.00ea
Native. Ht. 30-70cm.  Z5.  Light green, pubescent leaves.  Cup-shaped yellow flowers.  Sun to light shade.

Gillenia trifoliata Bowmans Root............................ $10.00ea
N.A.Native. Ht.60-100cm. Z3 A fantastic perennial with arching stems and trifoliate leaves divided into three narrow toothed lobes.  Showy white flowers with narrow petals in loose terminal panicles.  Plant on the woodland edge where it will bloom from April till June.  Excellent reddish fall coloration.

Glaucidium palmatum........................... 11cm pot $29.00ea
Ht.30-45cm. Z5. Truly a Japanese gem with large maple-like leaves and  large satiny pink flowers in spring.

Glaucidium palmatum leucanthemum... 11cm pot $45.00ea
Ht.30-45cm. Z5. Truly a Japanese gem with large maple-like leaves and  large satiny white flowers in spring.

Grindelia integifolia Entireleaved Gumweed 10cm pot $5.00ea
Native. Ht. 30-75cm. Z3.  This native perennial with bright yellow daisy like flowers often grows along cracks in rocky areas along or close to the sea shore.

Gunnera magellanica............................... 11cm pot $4.99ea
Ht. 5-12cm. Z7.  A wonderful groundcover from the Falkland Islands.  Small rounded dark green shiny leaves with crinkled edges.  Fruits bright reddish.

 

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