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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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Lomatium columbianum
Lomatium columbianum
Price: $12.00
In Stock

Small Band Pot
One of the wildflower kings of the Columbia Gorge. This is an awesome Desert Parsley that can be found near Lyle on the eastern Washington side of the river growing out of basalt rubble outcrops in the grasslands. Billowing mounds of blue green ferny foliage and big rich pink flower umbels. One of the finest species in the genus and to our minds, one of the most spectacular wildflowers in the State. This has thick deep roots reaching through the tumbled rock into the volcanic clay soil beneath. This endures baking heat and drought in the summer and as a consequence, completes its growth cycle quickly and goes dormant in early summer. Great larger perennial for the rock garden. Young plants not blooming size.
Ceanothus x 'Gloire du Versailles'
Ceanothus x 'Gloire du Versailles'
Price: $15.00
In Stock

Large Band Pot
A very hardy Ceanothus granted the Royal Horticultural Society Award of Garden Merit. If you are going to name something the Glory of Versailles then it had better be good! A deciduous shrub to 6' or 7' high or more and 5' or so wide with soft powder blue panicles of scented flowers mid summer into fall. C. americanus and the Mexican C. coeruleus are its parents.
Syringa komarowii ex DJHC
Syringa komarowii ex DJHC
Price: $15.00
In Stock

Medium Band Pot
Second generation seedlings from a Hinkley collection in Sichuan of this fine Lilac which can be kept as a large shrub or trained up to be a small tree. Pendulous flowers white to pale pink inside with a lavender-pink reverse. Very attractive and trouble free.
Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'
Lonicera periclymenum 'Serotina'
Price: $12.00
(Out of Stock)

4" Pot
This is a dynamite cultivar also called 'Florida' but names aside, the flowers totally rock. White and dark red fragrant flowers marry nicely with the rich purple-tinted foliage. We keep ours trimmed to an informal shrub but it can be a vigorous vine. Nice orange fruit.
Tradescantia 'Blushing Bride'
Tradescantia 'Blushing Bride'
Price: $12.00
(Out of Stock)

4" Pot
Knockout foliage eh? Sorry, too close to Canada. Looks like it shouldn't be hardy but ours weathered 14F this winter with a normal mulch is coming back fine. Freezes down completely in Fall. Makes a rangy mound with the new growth sporting the outrageous coloration and small white flowers.
Hosta 'Porter'
Hosta 'Porter'
Price: $10.00
In Stock

Small Band Pot
A very dwarf selection likely a venusta hybrid. This is from Bob Putnam's legendary choice plant nursery from many years ago. A slow increaser and surprisingly durable in the garden.
Vitaliana primuliflora
Vitaliana primuliflora
Price: $12.00
In Stock

4" Pot
One of the good rock garden plants that is actually pretty easy to grow. Related closely to our Douglasia of the Olympics, this little jewel from the Pyrennees and Dolomites has yellow flowers nearly covering the foliage in late spring. Good drainage and not terribly dry.
Helwingia chinensis DJHC 695
Helwingia chinensis DJHC 695
Price: $15.00
In Stock

Large Band Pot
Ok, here is a weird one. In the family Helwingiaceae there is but one genus, Helwingia which has 3 species. Helwingia has epiphyllus flowers which means they bloom from the midrib of the leaves. This male plant was collected by Hinkley in Sichuan and will be evergreen. Small light pink flowers.
Chrysanthemum 'Froggy'
Chrysanthemum 'Froggy'
Price: $16.00
In Stock

4" Pot
A startling addition to the cut flower palette with tight button pom-pom flowers of a very nice green. No doubt a mum judge will read this sometime and tell us the correct and accepted term to properly describe the flower shape but for now it is the tight button pom-pom. We were skeptical at first but then we saw it bloom and now we are converts. Thanks to Jim Fox for sharing with us and we won't doubt him again..
Dodecatheon hendersonii
Dodecatheon hendersonii
Price: $11.00
In Stock

Medium Band Pot
Western Shooting Star. Included in the genus Primula by some molecular botanists (who we would like to commit selective grevous bodily harm upon given the slightest opportunity) but is Dodecatheon to us. Native to the West Coast in vernally moist areas. Pink flowers to 12" tall.
Kadsura heteroclita FMWJ 13385
Kadsura heteroclita FMWJ 13385
Price: $18.00
In Stock

Large Band Pot
These are big plants from seed collected near the Chinese border in Vietnam at 2500 meters. The team had been seeing the vines of this evergreen climber in the Schisandraceae family all day but no sign of the surprisingly large and showy balls of clustered reddish berries. Finally they came across a mound of the fruiting clusters which had been gathered by the locals as they are edible and some trading occurred in the forest. This has scented, long-stemmed creamy flowers with up to 25 tepals to 2.5 cm long. We're paraphrasing Bleddyn Wynn-Jones description which is getting it straight from the source as he led the team. This is likely not going to appreciate prolonged cold or exposure to freezing winds but in a sheltered spot, is going to be pretty darned cool.

Trochodendron aralioides
Trochodendron aralioides
Price: $16.00
In Stock

Large Band Pot
One of the classic broad leaf evergreen small trees, this grows quite slowly and will fill the evergreen shrub niche for many years. This has small apetalous (that would be no petals so you can guess at the wow factor) chartreuse flowers in spring. Just a great Asian plant requiring decent moist soil.
Soldanella alpina
Soldanella alpina
Price: $12.00
In Stock

4" Band Pot
Soldanellas completely bewitch us wih their dual charms of excellent evergreen foliage and incredibly cute flowers. When these little guys flower, we just smile because this is such a little overachiever with its lavender fringed flowers in April. Reddish leaf petioles and leaf undersides are subtle allure.
Erythronium oregonum NNS07-240
Erythronium oregonum NNS07-240
Price: $12.00
In Stock

Medium Band Pot

Paeonia japonica
Paeonia japonica
Price: $25.00
In Stock

Bare Root
Choice woodland species from Japan where the small bowl-shaped white flowers are much admired and combines harmoniously with the simple rounded leaflets. An easy herbaceous species and one of the few Peonies that thrives in the shade. Looks great with Ferns, Hellebores and Hostas. This species has been submerged into Paeonia obovata by Hong De-Yuan in his extraordinary monograph 'Peonies of the World, Taxonomy and Phytogeography'. This book, along with the newly published second volume (2011) 'Peonies of the World, Polymorphism and Diversity', will remain the undisputed last answer for the foreseeable future. That said, we will retain the epithet japonica to differentiate it from obovata as this blooms much earlier than our pink P. obovata from Japan and has an entirely different horticultural gestalt in the garden. We can hear Hong De-Yuan now "I pour my life into this unrivaled and exhaustive treatment of the genus Paeonia and this is what you take from it - horticultural gestalt? AARRRGGGHHH!"

These are nice flowering-sized plants. Some may not bloom but they should as they are quite large enough.