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New and Restocked Plants


These are our latest plants recently added to the website. We are adding them as fast as they are available to sell, but for many of them, we haven't had time to write descriptions. So we'll write these as soon as we can.
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Pulsatilla grandis
Pulsatilla grandis
Price: $10.00
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4" Band Pot
Pasque Flower. This is a very easy plant with muted lavender blue flowers of good size in mid spring followed by feathered seed heads which get taller than the flowers. This is one of those fortunate perennials where the seed display is the equal of the flowers or darned close. It's closely related to the more common P. vulgaris. One of the enduring sights in a garden was when we visited the late Anita Kistler in Pennsylvania and saw Pulsatillas of all sorts naturalizing all through her rock garden in full bloom. It was one of those moments of unintended perfection as Anita was no longer able to maintain the garden to her exacting standards and many of her choice plants were allowed to explore on their own.
Lathyrus vernus
Lathyrus vernus
Price: $10.00
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4" Pot
Spring Vetchling. One of the stars of the early spring garden, this perennial bush Pea makes a soft-textured clump with scads of lavender-pink Pea flowers. Combines well with Hellebores and Narcissus and is virtually pest-free. Low-maintenance - cut back in fall.
Podophyllum pleianthum
Podophyllum pleianthum
Price: $18.00
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4" Pot
Chinese May Apple. This is an impressive plant - truly one to give the shade garden some visual impact. Big leaves get up to 18" across with bizarre clusters of red flowers held beneath which are followed by bunches of green cherry tomato-like fruit if you are lucky. Lucky in the sense that you will have a bunch of seed rather than a culinary delight which is for sure not the case. Rich moist soil in shade to bits of sun.
Maianthemum oleraceum - white
Maianthemum oleraceum - white
Price: $20.00
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Gallon Pot
One of the finest False Solomon Seal's around and rarely obtainable. These are spirit-breakingly slow to grow from seed so a plant of good size will heat up the credit card a bit. This seem like such perfection with stout stems arching gracefully and bearing a terminal plume of flashy white flowers.
Geranium rosthornii CGG14022
Geranium rosthornii CGG14022
Price: $15.00
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4" Pot
Our collection from the the summit of Guizhou Province's highest mountain in the southern Wumengshan. This was an area of severe deforestation and grazing but we secured 5 seeds of this very nice pink flowered species hiding at the edge of a boulder in the cropped turf and after propagation, can now offer this rare and possibly new to cultivation beauty. We have been thrilled with the performance of this in our garden where it grows at the foot of a large Baptisia where it wends it way through the stems to 3' tall and fronts the Baptisia with a skirt of pink flowers for going on three months. It is actually giving the Baptisia a bit of a complex because the Baptisia flowers for about a week and takes up a lot of space while meantime the Geranium is just a little energizer bunny.
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens Nana'
Ophiopogon planiscapus 'Nigrescens Nana'
Price: $12.00
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Medium Band Pot
A new dwarf form of this popular Black Mondo Grass. We have not yet grown these to maturity but have had them them for some time now and can say they are very slow so we do believe they are going to be smaller than typical. Perfect in troughs, bonsai containers, edging along stones, model railway gardens, etc etc.
Trillium albidum - Bicolor form
Trillium albidum - Bicolor form
Price: $30.00
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Bare Root
Trillium aff. angustipetalum
Trillium aff. angustipetalum
Price: $25.00
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Bare Root
Cardiocrinum giganteum CGG14022
Cardiocrinum giganteum CGG14022
Price: $20.00
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Large Band Pot
Cardamine pentaphylla
Cardamine pentaphylla
Price: $10.00
In Stock

Medium Band Pot
Acer circinatum 'Burgundy Jewel'
Acer circinatum 'Burgundy Jewel'
Price: $20.00
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Gallon Pot
Disporum uniflorum (syn. D. flavens)
Disporum uniflorum (syn. D. flavens)
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
Pendant clusters of yellow bells makes this a refined and classy plant for the shade garden. Makes nice clumps and effortlessly combines with so many shade-loving plants. This Korean and Japanese native is very hardy and a good doer increasingly pleasantly fast. Some Disporum are runners but this stays obediently where you plant it. It is one of the few yellow-flowered species in the genus and for us has proven to be one of the easiest in the garden.
Saruma henryi
Saruma henryi
Price: $12.00
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Large Band Pot
This choice Chinese perennial is related to our native Ginger or Asarum and Saruma being an anagram of Asarum shows that even taxonomists are not above the occasional botanical hijink.. Felty heart shaped foliage bronze when young and half inch yellow flowers right away in spring continues to bloom through the summer. These succeeds nicely in Chicago which seems like Siberia to us softies here in the PNW. This is easy..
Geranium libani
Geranium libani
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
Absolute rock hardy jewel from Lebanon and Syria. Well. it's rock hardy here anyway - we know that means something entirely different in Minot. This is perfect for our area as it is winter growing and summer dormant so our Mediterranean dry summers feels a lot like home to it. Surprisingly, it has been very tolerant of being watered all the time while dormant so it is more cosmopolitan than one might guess its geography. Blooms in late spring with lots of lavender-blue flowers on stems up to 18" and after flowering it disappears until Fall. Not often available and we have the inimitable John Flintoff to thank for sharing this with us.
Harpochloa falx
Harpochloa falx
Price: $12.00
In Stock

Large Band Pot
Caterpillar Grass. This is a cool evergreen grass (semi-evergreen in our winters) from South Africa. The low grassy 15" mounds of leaves won't turn your head but the flowers will. Wiry stems bear seedheads looking like a Caterpillar on a stick with an amazing window where the yellow anthers dangle like little feet in motion. Seriously. It's serious fun.