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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 some of them, we haven't had time to write descriptions. So we'll write these as soon as we can.
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Meconopsis 'Lingholm' Himalayan Blue Poppy Meconopsis 'Lingholm' - Himalayan Blue Poppy

One of the best of the Blue Poppies and certainly one of the most reliably perennial. This large flowers of good medium blue. This appreciates a partly sunny to bright dappled shaded position with good loose organic soil that drains yet doesn't dry out. A percentage does die after blooming so save seed to be safe!

Price: $18.00
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Lilium nepalense Lilium nepalense

Nepal Lily.  One of our favorite Lilies and one we saw in Arunachal Pradesh near Bhutan growing in low scrub on a sunny hillside.  This is a particularly good form with very large pendant yellow-green flowers with a chocolate maroon throat.  Really pretty amazing.  Creeps about underground.

Price: $20.00
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Aconitum episcopale Aconitum episcopale

Rollicking twining Monkshood from China that delights in scrambling up into shrubs or onto thin trellage.  Although a fine and aristocratic perennial, it remains devoid of snobbery embracing chainlink as if it were ornate wrought iron at an Antebellum mansion.  Dusky lavender flowers.

Price: $16.00
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Alstroemeria 'Glory of the Andes' Alstroemeria 'Glory of the Andes'

This is a very desireable Peruvian Lily which has 3' stems bearing fragrant vivid gold flowers daubed in the interior with maroon.  The cream-edged foliage is just a bonus.  Spreads but slowly so not as scary as some.  Great cut flower but pull the stems rather than cutting.  Not for drought.

Price: $15.00
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Salvia aff. dolichantha Salvia aff. dolichantha

Bold foliaged Chinese Salvia collected by plantswoman June Sinclair.  Deciduous species and tough as nails.  Multiple arms of flowering stems splay out from the leafy crown bearing many rich purple tubular pouchy flowers.  We previously offered this as S. bulleyana. Bad well-intentioned nursery!

Price: $10.00
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Corydalis omeiana Corydalis omeiana

Choice species (as seen in our shade garden) collected by NW Plant Wunderkind Riz Reyes on Mt Emei in Sichuan.  This species is often confused with Corydalis elata in the trade.  This selection is quite vigorous with red highlighted new growth and spires of icy blue flowers.  Moist.

Price: $12.00
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Oxalis griffithii - Double Flowered Oxalis griffithii - Double Flowered

Woodland Oxalis can be scary in a small garden as our native Oxalis oregana amply illustrates by being beautiful but suffocating.  (I'm flashing back to an ex but TMI)  This is a coveted Oxalis from Japan making small tidy clumps and in this rare selection, llovely white double flowers.

Price: $15.00
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Nipponanthemum nipponicum Chrysanthemum yezoense

This is a true jewel and one we always look forward to seeing in the fall when the tabletop sized patch of low dense dark green leaves are alight with outrageous large white daisy flowers. Talk about contrast with so many of the hot colors of Autumn!  In taxonomic flux, we previously offered this as Nipponanthemum nipponicum.

Price: $12.00
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Gypsophila cerastioides Gypsophila cerastioides

A decidedly unBaby's Breath Baby's Breath.  This is a delightful deciduous creeper that absolutely covers itself in lavender tinged white flowers with darker pencilings.  Very nice in the rock garden or rockery.  Appreciates good drainage but some moisture in the soil.

Price: $10.00
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Alstroemeria psittacina 'Royal Star' Alstroemeria psittacina 'Royal Star'

Nice variegated Alstroemeria with clusters of narrow tubular red and green flowers which are a nice departure from the gaudiness of so many of the hybrids.  Easy in a sunny spot and tolerates some drier conditions.  Prefers a well-drained soil.

Price: $12.00
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Cardiocrinum giganteum var. yunnanense ex 'Big & Pink' Cardiocrinum giganteum var. yunnanense ex 'Big & Pink'

Seedlings from our Cardiocrinum giganteum var. yunnanense 'Big & Pink' which is one of two pink Cardiocrinums known to exist.  We have the other one as well.  These are hand-pollinated seedlings of this amazing and extremely rare plant  and we expect them to be pink as well.  "It's so big and pink!"

Price: $20.00
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Pleione formosana Alba Group Pleione formosana Alba Group

While typically grown in pots and overwintered in a cool frost free spot, we've grown these in rotted cedar logs or on mossy boulders and simply protected them during cold snaps and have had excellent success with these outdoors.  Excellent drainage is key.  These will increase nicely through small offsets and who doesn't love orchids in the garden?

Price: $12.00
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Cardamine californica var. sinuata Cardamine californica var. sinuata 'Humboldt High'

This is a superb little plant we found in the redwoods in northern California.  The leaves are a deep red purple on the underside and the early spring new growth is a richly patterned purple that could easily stand alone without flowers.  The flowers are either pink or light purple depending on your perception of color. ID'd by Cardamine expert Alex Wright.

Price: $18.00
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Maianthemum tatsienense Maianthemum tatsienense

False Solomon Seal. This Chinese species is one of our favorites in the shade garden and we delight in its ribbed leaves with elegantly understated small violet daubing at the base of each leaflet followed by the precise detail in the small greenish flowers. In the late summer into fall, it has strut-your-stuff full heads of bright orange fruit.

Price: $18.00
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Pleione formosana 'Oriental Splendour' Pleione formosana 'Oriental Splendour'

A tried and true selection that really puts out with classic orchid flowers with rich pink petals backing a white cup that is nicely fringed on the lip with some light spotting on the interior and touched in yellow in the throat.  An amalgamation of attributes in one flower.  Good increaser needing good drainage like a rotting log and overwinters here in Puget Sound.

Price: $12.00
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Monarda austroappalachiana Monarda austroappalachiana

A Bee Balm native to the Ocoee River in Tennessee and formally described as a new species in 2015 thanks to the work being done by botanist Aaron Floden. Nice white flowers on what for us has been a shorter plant of 18" or so but we expect it to be a bit taller in the garden.  First introduced in the US as Monarda sp. nova by Far Reaches in 2014.

Price: $20.00
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Diselma archeri 'Read Dwarf' Diselma archeri 'Read Dwarf'

A choice little bit of Down Under conifer from the high elevations in Tasmania.  This is a great choice for a smaller garden as it is darned slow getting just a foot or so wide in 10 years.  This is ideal for many mild gardens as it is hardy to 10 degrees.

Price: $18.00
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Asarum maximum 'Shell Shocked' Asarum maximum 'Shell Shocked'

A fun selection of this "Panda Ginger" from Tony Avent.  This sports a pronounced pale veining on the large leaves which adds a bunch of interest.  Large white and black flowers nestle at the crown of the plant and after years of growing the species in our garden, we never fail to feel like a kid seeing these in April.

Price: $16.00
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Echium amoenum "Red Feathers" Echium amoenum "Red Feathers"

Fine perennial that is perfect for that hot sunny spot.  We saw this grown to perfection in Denver where it made nice clumps in various xeric gravel gardens and commanded attention with its spikes of russet red flowers like some compact Liatris.  Hardy to zone 5 and will bloom all summer if deadheaded but we like to let some seed ripen.

Price: $12.00
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Rubus henryi Rubus henryi

This is a bamboo dwelling blackberry from China that is of serious ornament.  Our plant is originally from Betty Miller (Miller Botanic Garden) and has foliage like no other.  Lovely scrambling through a straggly shrub or stunning trained against a wall where the foliage is outstanding.

Price: $15.00
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Alstroemeria aurea Alstroemeria aurea

Peruvian Lily.  A collection by Jane McGary from South America of this hot little number.  Revels in a sunny rocky soil.   It is a rapid spreader via underground rhizomes so contain or give it room to ramble.  Flowers of rich orange and good cut.

Price: $12.00
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Meconopsis baileyi Meconopsis baileyi

One of the fabled Blue Poppies whose sky blue flowers in late spring hold people in thrall.  This was known for years as the species betonicifolia but was reclassified in 2009.  This perennial species is one of the easiest to grow, A good fertile moist soil that drains in bright to dappled to part shade is perfect while avoiding hot sun and dry.

Price: $12.00
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Syneilesis sp. (as intermedia) DJHT12101 ex Taiwan Syneilesis sp. (as intermedia) DJHT12101 ex Taiwan

A Hinkley collection from Taiwan of this interesting Composite whose deeply dissected foliage carries the day and is especially effective in half sun.  Not a genus that leaps to the fore when thinking of flowers, this is a great foliage plant and intriguing in first growth.  Collected as S. intermedia, this is most likely the species subglabrata.

Price: $15.00
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Allium platycaule Allium platycaule

Flat-stemmed Onion.  Really nice pink flowers on short flattened stems on this Oregon, California and Nevada native where it grows on open stony slopes between 1500 and 2500 meters.  The falcate or sickle shaped leaves are fairly broad and a nice gray-green.  Great rock garden subject.  Young bulb from seed which may or may not flower this year.

Price: $12.00
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Sorbus sargentiana SEH 152 Sorbus sargentiana SEH 152

One of the gems of the pinnate-leafed Sorbus whose bold characters would not be out of place in the temperate tropical garden.  Big rich green leaves on branches with a large red terminal bud support bunches of white flowers which lead to clusters of large red fruit.  As if that wasn't enough, great red fall color.  This Hootman collection stays smaller than typical.

Price: $16.00
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Ophiopogon chingii Ophiopogon chingii

One of the cutest Mondo Grasses around!  This little Chinese species has very fine leaves making a tight little mound which is decorated with white flowers in spring.  The flowers are not what grabs us though as they give way to rounded oval shiny blue fruits that beg to be admired.  Easy in part shade.

Price: $12.00
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Meconopsis 'Lingholm' Himalayan Blue Poppy Meconopsis 'Lingholm' - Himalayan Blue Poppy

One of the best of the Blue Poppies and certainly one of the most reliably perennial.  This large flowers of good medium blue.  This appreciates a partly sunny to bright dappled shaded position with good loose organic soil that drains yet doesn't dry out.  A percentage does die after blooming so save seed to be safe!

Price: $12.00
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Tricyrtis latifolia Tricyrtis latifolia ex SICH 1735

A Toadlily from a UBC collection in Sichuan which is a superior foliage plant with bold black mottlings especially vivid on the new growth.  In bright shade to part sun this has strong vertical stems which have late summer buff to amber-brown flowers.  This is pretty neat.

Price: $12.00
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Lilium duchartrei Lilium duchartrei

One of those captivating Chinese species.  This has a neat stoloniferous habit sending out runners and making new bulbs so you soon have a grove of Lilies.  Flowers white with dark spots with recurved petals in the classic "Turk's Cap" style.  We love it.

Price: $12.00
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Ajuga incisa 'Bikun' Ajuga incisa 'Bikun'

Frosted Jade Ajuga.  Hard to believe that this is an Ajuga but it is true.  This choice selection has fantastic foliage and very good dark cobalt flowers.  Not a spreader - this makes a clump with 16" tall stems.  Challenges all of your comfy notions about Ajuga but in a good way.  Great in our shade garden.

Price: $12.00
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