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Abies nordmanniana 'Golden Spreader'
Abies nordmanniana 'Golden Spreader'
Price: $25.00
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Gallon Pot
Great small golden fir selection that will slowly get to 3' high and 5' across. Brilliant gold in winter and then gold again after the spring growth flush. This can burn in full sun but if you site it like we did against the back of our red barn, why it looks perfect. If it gets a vertical leader, prune it out to keep the habit.
Acanthus dioscoridis var. perringii
Acanthus dioscoridis var. perringii
Price: $15.00
In Stock

4" Pot
An intricate departure from the coarser Acanthus commonly found in gardens, this far more diminutive with low, finely cut, thistle-like foliage less than a foot tall and short 16" flower spikes with pink flowers backed by gray-green calyces. Like all Acanthus, this will spread by suckering rhizomes. Unlike all Acanthus, this is frustratingly slow (from a nurseryman's standpoint) and very easily managed if indeed you feel compelled to manage this slow and desirable expansion. Ours has been in the ground for several years and last year we finally were able to divide off a few pieces to pot up. Full sun and good drainage. Hardy here but perhaps mulch in cold zone 7. Might be ok with the same in zone 6 but we have no experience.
Acanthus hungaricus 'White Lips'
Acanthus hungaricus 'White Lips'
Price: $16.00
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Large Band Pot
White Lip's Bear's Breeches. Tough perennial good for that tropical or Mediterranean look. Tolerant of a good deal of misguided and inappropriate gardening practices, this will nonetheless persist and look pretty darned good. With reasonable attention, this will look great. Spikes of pinkish-purple hooded flowers with wide, white, major labellums or lips which are quite showy and inviting. Trying so hard to be good and proper..........
Acer circinatum 'Burgundy Jewel'
Price: $20.00
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One Gallon Pot
Acer erythranthum PZVN13-055
Acer erythranthum PZVN13-055
Price: $20.00
In Stock

Medium Band Pot
A collection by Peter Zale of this evergreen maple from northern Vietnam. This is quite a new species to cultivation and has distinctive long entire leaves that are richly colored in red when in new growth. This has a lot of appeal ornamentally and fits into that collector niche for rarity and just not looking like a maple. We would guess that this is going to be a good Zone 9 plant and tolerant of only light frost. We can state for sure that several days of 15F is lethal but for those of you gardening in that amazingly mild climate anomaly that is Brookings Oregon, then this is the tree for you. We need to look more closely at our business plan - marketing an obscure crop to a specific small town that may not even know we exist might be a questionable tactic but maybe we will be surprised.
Acer sp. CDHM 14704
Acer sp. CDHM 14704
Price: $15.00
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One Gallon Pot
A handsome smaller maple from our collection on the botanical treasure trove of Damingshan in Guangxi in 2012. The leaves were distinct from the other species we saw on the mountain in that they had seven lobes. Something for us to puzzle out over the winter as it likely scarcely in cultivation. Very likely the same species as CDHM14727 as at this young age, the leaves are 5 lobed but may change with age. None of the trees we saw from the 14727 had the 7 lobes.
Acer aff. kweilinense CDHM 14727
Acer sp. CDHM 14727
Price: $15.00
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Medium Band Pot
One of 3 maples we collected on Damingshan in 2012 which lies in Guangxi not far north of the Vietnam border. This was found on the lower slopes but we anticipate it will still be hardy and good in the maritime areas of the PNW. Five lobes to the leaves on a relatively small and rare tree. We have referred to this in the past as aff. kweilinense since that species has been noted on that mountain but now are withholding judgement until someone better versed in maples hazards a guess.
Aciphylla aurea
Aciphylla aurea
Price: $15.00
In Stock

Large Band Pot
Wicked New Zealander with defensively formidable stiletto yellowish leaves in a low dense mound. This is not only deer resistant but wild boar, komodo dragon and grizzly bear resistant as well. This well-armored Kiwi has dioecious white flowers in a showy yellow plume. Locally, this has perhaps been best grown at Linda Cochran's famed garden on Bainbridge Island where it has simply become more architecturally arresting over the last 10 years. Fare to say Linda is ruthless when it comes to underachievers and the fact that this has remained very high on her list of favorites for the last decade is ample endorsement. Reasonable drainage and full to half sun..
Acis (Leucojum) autumnale
Acis (Leucojum) autumnalis
Price: $11.00
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4" Pot
One of the sweetest little bulbs imaginable! Summer dormant with dainty white flowers on 6" stems appearing in Aug into Sept. This grows in Portugal, Gibraltar and Morocco and is just as happy growing with our native Madrona (Arbutus menziesii) here as it is Olives back home. Grassy foliage up in fall and winter.

Aconitum bulbuliferum ‘Monk Gone Wild' CDHM14523
Aconitum bulbuliferum ‘Monk Gone Wild' CDHM14523
Price: $25.00
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Large Band Pot
Our collection of this exceptional form of this distinctive vining species of Monkshood from the wooded slopes of Longshou in Sichuan. It was an overcast day on this our first day in the field in the fall of 2012. The summit of Longshou was completely socked in which is frustrating to a plant hunter aside from missing out on spectacular views. As we made our way down the mountain, we got below the clouds and exciting plants started to pop out - Schisandra in full red fruit, 5' tall Arisaema, Vaccnium delavayi and off to the right, a flash of bright color. We hurried over and it was an climbing Monkshood in full bloom with eye catching reddish-purple flowers. The excitement turned to lamentations as it was in bloom which meant there was no seed which was a total downer. The lamenting turned to exultant whoops as we noticed this species had aerial stem bulbils in the leaf axils which are even better than seed. We think this is quite superior to other color forms of this rare species and have given it the name 'Monk Gone Wild' because it is a pretty crazy color for a Monkshood plus this monk managed to remain technically celibate yet still have lots of children via these stem bulbils.

Aconitum carmichaelii 'Barker's Variety'
Aconitum carmichaelii 'Barker's Variety'
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
A superb selection with tall strong stems to 5' or more (anecdotal stories of 10' intrigue us but we haven't had them long enough to get old growth Monkshood) Large dark deep blue cowled flowers are among the best and they do make a statement. Deer proof. In fact, encourage the deer to eat them so we have less deer.
Aconitum episcopale
Aconitum episcopale
Price: $15.00
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Large 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.
Aconitum hemsleyanum CGG14028
Aconitum hemsleyanum CGG14028
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
This is from our seed collection on the Chongqing-Guangxi-Guizhou expedition in 2010. We found this on the summit of the previously unbotanized highest peak in the Wumingshan where it was clambering about on the top of the short scrub. We were struck by the large seed pods. Light blue flowers on this vining Monkshood.
Aconitum japonicum
Aconitum japonicum
Price: $12.00
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Large Band Pot
Monkshood. This is a fine wildflower from Japan making attractive clumps with cowled dusky lavender flowers. This has been an easy doer increasing easily and the clumps are a snap to divide if you want more. And we always do. This not one for the sunny garden but best in morning sun or light shade. This doesn't get tall staying under 3' and isn't anything to worry about staking. Just a quietly lovely plant except for the unfortunate derisive comments it hurls at passing deer as it is completely unpalatable. Fortunately this commentary lies outside the range of human hearing so there is little chance of offending invited guests.
Aconitum sp. PMD
Aconitum sp. PMD
Price: $16.00
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Large Band Pot
An interesting Monkshood species from a Philip MacDougall collection in Taiwan. This has large dusky blue-purple flowers on 2'-3' stems in mid summer and is not so tall so as to require support. This does well for us in full sun but might be even better in half sun. It has been a reliable performer and a nice change from the typical Dutch and Euro selections.
Aconitum uncinatum
Aconitum uncinatum
Price: $12.00
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Medium Band Pot
A eastern US species of Monkshood that is somewhat of a twining scrambler in the lightly shaded woodland verges, This really does appreciate an armature of a shrub to lean into and grow through and its late summer into fall matte blue-lavender flowers are a welcome sight in the shade garden. Thanks to our friend and plantsman Jon Knight for sharing this with us.
Actaea (Cimicifuga) cordifolia
Actaea (Cimicifuga) cordifolia
Price: $12.00
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Small Band Pot
Appalachian Bugbane. The Actaea Formerly Known As Cimicifuga. And more confusingly, this was previously placed in the species rubifolia which is now considered synonymous with cordifolia. It's hard to keep up, we know! Uncommon and quite nice perennial with maple-like leaves with late season white flowers like gleaming tapers. Superb shade plant and one your gardening friend won't have. Very likely deer proof. Easy.
Actaea cimicifuga (syn. foetida) MD97074
Actaea cimicifuga (syn. foetida) MD97074 ex Yunnan
Price: $12.00
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Medium Band Pot
Second generation plants from our collection in the Bita Hai in Yunnan in 1997 at 11000' from a plant 5' high having an exceptionally long and dense seed head which hung enticingly over the trail. This will have creamy flowers with pale yellow tones in a "bottlebrush" sort of arrangement. A not unpleasant muskiness - Sue likes it, Kelly doesn't - to the foliage might keep the deer at bay but maybe only if they are bucks. One of the first seedlings came up variegated which we grow in our shade garden but we have yet to see another one. Hardy to zone 5 and likely lower.
Actaea dahurica syn. Cimicifuga
Actaea dahurica syn. Cimicifuga
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
These are from wild collected seed in the Russian Far East. Light green foliage and spires of white flowers. A good tough plant and quite attractive.
Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue'
Actaea pachypoda 'Misty Blue'
Price: $13.00
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4" Pot
Really, really good selection from Mt Cuba Center in Delaware of the eastern US 'Doll's Eyes'. In this selection, the normal green leaves are upstaged by gleaming cool pewter foliage. Any plant that gets metallic sheens, we're all over it! Incidental white puffs of flowers give way to late summer amazing white berries on red pedicels.
Actaea rubra f. neglecta
Actaea rubra f. neglecta
Price: $15.00
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Large Band Pot
A subtle woodlander for most of spring and summer until late summer and fall when it suddenly busts a move and starts strutting its stuff. Fern-like foliage backs small white puffs of flowers in May which become showy clusters of bright white fruit in late summer & fall. The white version of our red fruited native.
Actaea simplex 'James Compton'
Actaea simplex 'James Compton'
Price: $16.00
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Large Band Pot
A shorter selection of dark-leafed Bugbane, this has purplish black foliage which is the perfect foil for the Aug-Sept bottle brush wands of fragrant white flowers. This would be ideal in containers since it is hardy as all get out or merchandising aside, excellent in groups in the shade garden, cottage garden or just about anywhere - we like it!
Actinidia sp. MD12-818
Actinidia sp. MD12-818
Price: $15.00
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Small Band Pot These are sturdy plants which will grow like mad next year. Our collection from Guizhou in 2012 of this handsome in foliage vining kiwi fruit. The fruits themselves were quite a decent size, about the size of a walnut and made for a tasty trail snack. We don't have a species for this yet given the twin problems of us not being fluent in Actinidia and the fact that Guizhou has way too many species to make keying easy. Like most Actinidia, a vigorous vine needing trellage or in the case of the plants in the wild, a convenient tree. Hardiness is unknown but we will conservatively say zone 8 but really expect that 7 should be fine.
Adenophora capillaris ssp. leptosepala
Adenophora capillaris ssp. leptosepala MD97
Price: $12.00
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4" Pot
Our collection of this very unusual Campanula relative from the Cangshan in Yunnan, China. Lots of sometimes lavender hazed dusky white paper lanterns about fingertip size dangling from thin, much branched stems to 18". It is a bit of a flash in the pan but those flambes can add so much.
Adiantum aleuticum
Price: $12.00
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4" Pot
A NW native hanging out in moist shaded places especially loving mossy cliffs in the cooling mist of a nearby waterfall yet very easy in the garden. Nice black stems holding the fronds. The stems were flattened and used for imbrication in basketry by coastal tribes.
Adiantum aleuticum 'Miss Sharples'
Price: $12.00
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Small Band Pot It is easy enough to get a fern with rich, deep green leaves but sometimes that dark shade garden is just crying out for a little contrast and this fern will provide some subtle relief. A deciduous species that gets just 18"-24" tall with fronds supported by wiry black stems. A moisture lover, don't torture it in dry shade.
Adiantum traceyi - Original Clone
Adiantum traceyi - Original Clone
Price: $15.00
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4" Pot
Rare to find this California jewel and we hardly ever offer this except for a very few hard-won divisions teased from our mama plant by a deftly wielded hori-hori knife. This Maidenhair species is one of the most requested plants when seen in our shade garden and we rarely have it and never enough.
Adiantum venustum
Price: $12.00
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4" Pot
Himalayan Maidenhair Fern. Evergreen to semi-evergreen creeping fern making the the most textural groundcover imaginable. Salmon pink new growth goes to light olive and finally green leaflets on black wiry stems just 8"-12" high. Likes a loose moist soil but will tolerate dry when established.
Adiantum x mairisii
Adiantum x mairisii
Price: $12.00
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4" Pot
Mairis's Maidenhair Fern. This is a sterile semi-evergreen hybrid between Adiantum capillaris-veneris and anybody's guess. Sterile hybrid means vigor - no wasting time flinging spores into the air. If only I had been a sterile hybrid, I could have been a contender. All that time lost and distractions.
Adinandra glischroloma CDHM14694
Adinandra glischroloma CDHM14694
Price: $18.00
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Small Band Pot
This is likely the first introduction to cultivation of this curious Theaceae or Tea family member from our collection just north of the Vietnam border in Guangxi Province. We unfortunately neglected to measure the sepals while on the mountain to see if this is var. glischroloma or var. macrosepala - our bad! But now we all have something to look forward to when it flowers and fruits rather than simply that it is flowering and fruiting. We will all be out measuring sepals and petals and the first to report in will pretty much rule. This is serious 99% pure Plant Crack and even we have to cut this stuff to be able to function well enough to do things like buy groceries. An evergreen shrub to 10' in the wild with long slightly drooping olive-green leaves prominently hirsute especially along the margins. Flowers are small and white and held along the underside of the branches somewhat akin to Eurya. The flowers give way to small black fruit. No idea how hardy this is but we are thinking zone 8 as this mountain endured a serious cold and ice event in 2008 and we saw no evidence of damage to these plants in 2010. We returned in 2012 and it is this collection that is being offered. Thanks to Tom Hudson for the accurate identification. Brilliant.