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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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Asarum caudatum
Asarum caudatum
Price: $15.00
In Stock

4" Pot
Our selection from the California Redwoods of a large-leafed and vigorous clone of Wild Ginger. This sports large glossy green leaves which mask the sizeable brown starfish flowers hidden underneath. We always like surprises. A dense big groundcover in shaded rich moist soil.
Oxalis purpurea 'Ken Aslet'
Oxalis purpurea 'Ken Aslet'
Price: $12.00
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Medium Band Pot
I have no idea how to send a text message or why I would want to but OMG! This is the personification of sweet. Fuzzy silver-gray clover leaves and startling yellow flowers. Often grown in a container in an alpine house, this does well here in a rock garden or trough with great drainage.
Cassiope 'Askival'
Cassiope 'Askival'
Price: $16.00
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Small Band Pot
Hybrid seedling arising in Mike and Polly Stone's garden at Askival in Scotland with C. wardii as a parent and likely C. fastigiata as well. This is a very free flowering and upright plant and much easier to grow than either parent. Good drainage with moisture retention in a cool site with good air circulation. Easy-peasy.
Nomocharis saluenensis
Nomocharis saluenensis
Price: $25.00
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Medium Band Pot
Rudbeckia maxima
Rudbeckia maxima
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
Cardamine raphanifolia
Cardamine raphanifolia
Price: $12.00
In Stock

4" Pot
Ficus tikoua
Ficus tikoua
Price: $15.00
In Stock

4" Pot
Sorbus sp. CDHM 14512
Sorbus sp. CDHM 14512
Price: $18.00
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Medium Band Pot
Oxalis versicolor
Oxalis versicolor
Price: $12.00
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Medium Band Pot
Valeriana phu 'Aurea'
Valeriana phu 'Aurea'
Price: $12.00
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4" Pot
Golden Valerian. I don't the origin of the species name but I do know there is no phu like a gold phu. I love this plant. I can't help it - I'm a phu for love. Ok, I'll quit phuling around. Brilliant exhilarating spring gold foliage greening up in summer. Our stock bed of this is like a beacon of captured sunlight on a gray early spring day and has helped to eliminate our seasonal need for serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Stems to 4' with tiny white and visually insignificant but very fragrant flowers.
Meconopsis 'Lingholm' Himalayan Blue Poppy
Meconopsis 'Lingholm' - Himalayan Blue Poppy
Price: $12.00
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4" Band Pot
Himalayan Blue Poppy. Few plants capture the imagination and fire a lust to possess to the extant this fabled perennial does. Our 'Lingholm' strain is one of the best of the Blue Poppies and certainly one of the most reliably perennial. We never tire of seeing this in bloom with its large flowers of a good medium blue or of hearing the exclamations of delighted wonder from gardeners of every skill level. There is something about this that is magic and our sympathies if you live where this cannot be grown which is about anywhere it gets hot and/or humid in the summer. This Meconopsis is not an Oriental Poppy. Forget we said the word 'Poppy' because everything that makes an Oriental Poppy happy will surely kill this aristocrat. Think cool. moist, part shade, what is going to make my Primrose happy? and you will be on the right track. This is going to be difficult south of northern New England unless you have a cool microclimate. Forget about Kansas although we have heard good reports from higher elevation in Colorado. We've seen the parent species of this hybrid at 12000' in eastern Bhutan and 10000' in Yunnan both in stable moss-covered boulder slopes which never dry. This appreciates a partly sunny to bright dappled shaded position with good loose organic soil that drains yet doesn't dry out. Acid soil and it doesn't like heat and it does need a winter so it can go dormant. A small percentage will bloom and die - that is just the roll of the Blue Poppy dice and part of the mystique. This strain is much less prone to that plus you have viable seed with which you can start new ones if that does happen. That said, the 'Lingholm' selection in general cultivation has been so diluted by generations of seed-sowing that the Royal Horticultural Society is calling this strain Meconopsis Fertile Blue Group to denote that it is a tall blue flower producing fertile seeds. But what really matters is that these have no peers as there is truly nothing to compare. Young, sturdy plants which will establish very nicely in the garden.
Aconitum episcopale
Aconitum episcopale
Price: $12.00
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Medium Band Pot
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 in late summer and fall are hugely welcome. This is totally herbaceous dying completely back after flowering only to reemerge in spring bigger and better than before. The climbing Aconitum can be confusing to pin down as to proper identity but we finally sat down with flowers and foliage and key in hand and confirmed that this indeed A. episcopale. This is likely from a Diana Reeck collection in Yunnan in 1996 but that is best guessing. Nice blooming-sized plants.
Heloniopsis orientalis
Heloniopsis orientalis
Price: $15.00
In Stock

4" Pots
Interesting and showy Japanese species that makes tidy little evergreen clumps. This is a just too darned slow to ever make it a viable plant for mainstream nurseries but it so worth the wait. So of course we love it! Unusual lavender-pink flowers held well above the foliage. These will slowly increase to make one sweet little grouping. Good moist soil in shade. The whole clan appeals to us beyond reason - Helonias and Ypsilandra are stellar relatives. We have a few very chunky plants we've kept for propagation but now that we have enough in the pipeline, these stalwarts are expendable. It's tough love here at The Farm but we know you'll do right by them.
Anemone nemorosa 'Royal Blue'
Anemone nemorosa 'Royal Blue'
Price: $10.00
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4" Pot
Large lavender blue flowers with a darker reverse grants this little slowly creeping Wood Anemone its own small fiefdom in the shade garden while it is in bloom. Very pretty indeed. Of course by mid summer the peasants and serfs rise up with scythes and cudgels to reclaim their land but next year the glorious cycle of rule and revolution is repeated.
Luzula pilosa 'Igel'
Luzula pilosa 'Igel'
Price: $10.00
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Quart Pot
Named after the European hedgehog, this is reminiscent with its ultra-dense tuffets of evergreen leaves. Very low domes of foliage would lend themselves nicely to formal edging of a small bed in light shade or part sun. About as low maintenance as you get. Small unspectacular flowers/seeds.